On Pentecost Sunday the London Rosary Shrine, Walsingham Basilica, Carfin Grotto and Rosary on the Coast are jointly organising this 12-hour rosary event, which will take place across England, Scotland and Wales.
The Diocese of East Anglia has been asked to pray the Rosary between 2.00pm and 3.00pm on Sunday May 31. Bishop Alan will lead the Rosary at 2.00pm, and it will be live streamed from St John the Baptist cathedral. The link for joining the rosary relay is here.
Bishop Alan has asked every member of the clergy and religious to pray the rosary at that time – either in the church or at home. He is also asking them to advertise the relay on parish websites, and to share the invitation to as many people as possible, encouraging families to join in together. If parishes are live streaming, he is asking them to live stream this moment of prayer as well.
The intentions of the rosary relay are:
The event will end with final blessings at 9pm from Bishop John Keenan at St Mirin’s Cathedral in Paisley.