The Personal Ordinariate
of Our Lady of Walsingham

promoting the unity of all Christians with the Apostolic See

Ordinariate Scotland Summer Outing

Sunday 13th August 2017

On Sunday 13th August we will follow the ancient Pilgrim Way taken by King James IV and Robert the Bruce to the Shrine of St Duthac in Tain.

We start at 10.30am with Mass in St Peter and St Boniface, Fortrose, and then we follow the ancient Pilgrim Route from Chanonry Point (where the ferry-man would have brought pilgrims from Ardersier) and on to Cromarty (by car).

We will enter the town of Cromarty by walking down the ancient Paye, past the ruined Gaelic Church, to Hugh Miller’s Cottage. It will then be time for lunch in Cromarty.

After lunch we will board the Renfrew Rose, the three car ferry across the Cromarty Firth from Cromarty point to Nigg and then on wardsto Tain. Our first stop will be the ruined church on the shore where after many years the Body of St Duthac was found to be incorrupt. Finally we will visit what was once the splendid Shrine, the Collegiate Church in the town centre, built to contain his Relics, which were 'lost' at the Reformation.

If you would like to join us on our day out, please contact us here.