The pilgrims depart Dartford, cross the River Thames at Greenwich and tour central London as they make their way to the Dominican Priory to celebrate the feast of St. Dominic.
The pilgrims depart Aylesford for Otford, and celebrate the feast of the Transfiguration and the 800th anniversary of St. Dominic’s death as they walk to Dartford.
The pilgrims depart Canterbury for Chilham and Aylesford.
The pilgrims depart Ramsgate and visit Cliffsend, Minster, Littlebourne and Ickham on their way to Canterbury Cathedral.
Four young friars have marked 800 years of the Dominican Order's presence in England by retracing the journey of the original friars in 1221 from Ramsgate to Oxford.
Now four new friars are retracing the steps to honour their founders memory, even if it has meant a few blisters on the way.
A GROUP of hardy monks have completed a 230 mile pilgrimage to the city, which saw them walking from the Kent coast in 15 days.
Not many democratic organisations without fanfare of trumpets can, and have, celebrated a 800th Jubilee.
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Four young friars are marking 800 years of the Dominican Order's presence in England by recreating the arrival of the Order of Preachers, as they are known, at Ramsgate in 1221.
This Sunday, four Dominican friars will complete a 230-mile pilgrimage on foot from Kent to Oxford via Canterbury to mark the 800th anniversary of the arrival of the Dominican Order in England.
This week Dominicans are honoring the 800th anniversary of the death of St. Dominic in Italy, and the arrival in 1221 of the Dominican Order in Great Britain.