Pope Francis is encouraging Catholics to pray the Rosary in their homes during the month of May. We are invited you to join in an initiative that follows on the Pope’s request, the Pentecost Sunday National Rosary Rally, from 9am to 9pm across Scotland, England and Wales.
Our Diocese has been asked to pray a Rosary Hour at 1pm.
Proposed timetable for across the Dioceses
9am - Arundel & Brighton, Northampton and HM Forces
10am - Birmingham, Nottingham & Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy
11am - Brentwood & Plymouth
12 Noon - Cardiff, Portsmouth & Dunkeld
1pm - Clifton, Salford & St. Andrews & Edinburgh
2pm - East Anglia, Shrewsbury, Aberdeen
3pm - Hallam, Southwark, Glasgow
4pm - Hexham & Newcastle, Wrexham, Ordinariate OLW
5pm - Lancaster, Westminster, Argyll & the Isles
6pm - Leeds, Polish Catholic Mission & Glasgow
7pm - Liverpool, Middlesbrough & Motherwell
8pm - Menevia, Galloway, Paisley & Syro Malabar Eparchy
9pm - Rosary Rally will end with a final online Rosary & Blessing from Bishop John Keenan at St. Mirin’s Cathedral in Paisely.
It does not matter what time during the specified hour that the Rosary is prayed.
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
Apart, yet together.
Rosary on the Coast