The Archbishop of Canterbury has arrived in Norwich as he starts his pilgrimage around five English cities.
The Most Rev Justin Welby has begun his "journey in prayer" in East Anglia, followed by visits to Coventry, London, Truro and Chichester over coming days.
The pilgrimage will involve a short period of prayer and then a walk to a cathedral where a prayer vigil will take place. Everyone is welcome to join the journey at "any point" a statement posted on the Archbishop of Canterbury's website said.
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