from our unusual thatched Catholic church, said to be one of only two in England. It was formed into a church in 1913 from a barn, then over 400 years old. War soon broke out and nearby farm buildings were filled with refugees, drawing the attention of Pope Benedict XV who was greatly concerned by the war and who, in due course, used the title of “Our Lady of Hartley” for our shrine, attaching a plenary indulgence for visitors who pray for peace in Europe. Pilgrims continue to visit. Obviously the upkeep of the listed building is costly: donations made (www.saintfrancisdesales.org.uk) are welcome. Thank you for joining us.