Pentecost Sunday May 31st – National Rosary Rally 9am to 9pm England, Wales, Scotland

The proposed timetable for across the Dioceses

Pope Francis is encouraging Catholics to pray the Rosary in their family homes during the month of May, especially when the Pandemic is making us aware of the value of our families and making it possible for us to pray together in lockdown at home. He encourages simple Rosaries and joining online Rosary initiatives to pray to Our Lady for deliverance from Covid-19, and he has composed two prayers for this intention.  I invite you to join in an initiative that follows on the Pope’s request, the Pentecost Sunday National Rosary Rally, from 9.00 am to 9.00 pm across Scotland England and Wales.  Our Diocese has been asked to pray at 5.00 pm and I warmly invite you to take part.

The proposed timetable for across the Dioceses

9.00 am           Arundel & Brighton, Northampton and HM Forces

10.00 am           Birmingham, Nottingham & Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy

11.00 am           Brentwood & Plymouth

12 Noon          Cardiff, Portsmouth & Dunkeld

1.00pm            Clifton, Salford & St. Andrews & Edinburgh

2.00 pm           East Anglia, Shrewsbury, Aberdeen

3.00 pm          Hallam, Southwark, Glasgow

4.00 pm          Hexham & Newcastle, Wrexham, Ordinariate OLW, Galloway

5.00 pm          Lancaster, Westminster, Argyll & the Isles

6.00 pm         Leeds, Polish Catholic Mission & Glasgow

7.00 pm          Liverpool, Middlesbrough & Motherwell

8.00 pm         Menevia, Paisley & Syro Malabar Eparchy

9.00 pm         Rosary Rally will end with a final online Rosary & Blessing from Bishop John Keenan at St. Mirin’s Cathedral in Paisely.

This is to be led in the form of a Rosary relay Rally where the Dioceses designated in their Rosary Hour encourage the peoples across their Diocese to pray the Rosary either, individually, in families, as online prayer groups, parish groups, and where possible led online by their parish priests and Bishop. It does not matter what time during the specified hour that the Rosary is prayed.

Then on the hour, the next Dioceses take up the Rosary relay Rally and so on until 9 pm.

At 9 pm the Rosary Rally will end with a Rosary being led by Bishop John Keenan from St. Mirin’s Cathedral in Paisley.

Come Holy Spirit & Renew the Face of the Earth

Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary, pray for us

Co-hosted by Rosary on the Coast, London Rosary Shrine, Carfin Grotto, Basilica of Our Lady of Walsingham & Diocese of Menevia Divine Mercy Shrine