The Canterbury Tales

what does the pilgrims participation in a common pilgrimage suggest about the times?


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Religious pilgrimages were thought to bring you closer to God (intercede). Visiting the site of a saint or other religious figure was an important part of medieval society as the pilgrims thought visiting these sites could provide them with healing, forgiveness, or the ability to thank God for something they'd been given.