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All Christians are on journey - ultimately that journey will take us home, to be with God for all eternity.
The Bible says, in Jeremiah (Chapter 6, verse16):
at the crossroads and look,
Ask for the ancient paths,
Ask where the good way is,
And walk it,
And you will find rest for your souls.
Many Christians undertake such walks - we call them pilgrimages - either alone or with others. Some pilgrimage paths are well-known and traditional (such as the Way of St James in northern Spain). There are also traditional pilgrimage paths within the United Kingdom:
Ely to Walsingham
Cirencester to Bath
Swansea to Hereford
Hexham to Lindisfarne
Winchester to Canterbury
Old Sarum to Glastonbury
Beverley Minster to York Minister
St Piran's Cell to St Michael's Mount
Llanfihangel Abercowin to St David's Cathedral.
The latest one to join this illustious list is Swansea to Hereford, launched 7 July 2018 and is called The St Thomas Way.
More details will follow here in due course.
Saint Thomas Cantelupe
(St Thomas of Hereford)
Details to follow
The Shrine of St Thomas Cantelupe (Thomas of Hereford)
Two of the Knights Templar figures at the Shrine of St Thomas Cantelupe
Knights and Dames of the Grand Priory of Wales with the Dean of Hereford Cathedral
at the Shrine of St Thomas Cantelupe (Thomas of Hereford)
The late Grand Prior of Wales and the Dean of Hereford Cathedral
The Grand Chaplain-General and the late Grand Prior of Wales
The Deputy Chaplain-General