Tuesday, 29 September 2009

St Therese and "Lancashire Catholicism"

Photocredits: Lancaster Cathedral blog.

I can't resist copying a couple of quotes from this post, at the Catholic Relics blog:
Just as with previous venues, St Therese is attracting crowds to Lancaster Cathedral, where Catholicism has been strong since the days of the Romans and which boasts six martyrs within the confines of the city. ‘The County of the Saints’, as Lancashire Catholics are glad to speak of the county happily welcomed people from right across the north-west and Scotland as the relics reached the cathedral...

Yet, there are also those for whom Lancashire Catholicism is quietly undemonstrative, who have ‘just turned up’ and will continue to do so during the 48 hours of the visit.

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