The story of Our Lady of Walsingham goes back to 1061 in England, when Mary appeared to a young widow named Richeldis de Faverches. Mary showed Richeldis the house in Nazareth, where Jesus grew up, and asked Richeldis to have a replica built. The replica of the Holy House was indeed constructed and became a popoular place of pilgrimage. Sadly, the structure was destroyed during the Reformation. The site is now, however, honored as a place of spirituality and pilgrimage.
The Feast of Our Lady of Walsingham is September 24.