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Rosary on the Coast for Faith, Life & Peace in the British Isles Sunday April 29th 2018 at 3pm

Rosary on the Coast is an initiative of the Lay Faithful across the British Isles inviting the faithful of our nations, with the support of our clergy and Bishops, to a Day of Prayer for 
Faith, Life and Peace which will surely be pleasing to the Holy Spirit, and to Our Blessed Mother. I am delighted to say that the Rectors of our two National Marian Shrines (Walsingham & Our Lady of the Taper) in England and Wales have given Rosary on the Coast their full backing and encouragement. 
The Facebook Page is Live for Rosary on the Coast, an we have the Logo & website and  I present to you the Briefing Document 
for Rosary on the Coast for Faith, Life and Peace in the British Isles to take place on Sunday April 29th 2018 at 3pm.
 The Sancta Familia Media in Scotland have done a stunning job re the Facebook and thousands are already responding. 
The video with the "Rallying Call to Prayer" is powerful -  Listen in! 

Thank you so very much Bishop John Keenan of the Diocese of Paisley - people so greatly appreciate this.

Website link  Youtube video link for those who do not have Facebook to watch the video.


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