Following the praiseworthy day of Catholic devotions organised in Poland and Ireland, the Bishops of England & Wales and Scotland are encouraged the faithful to pray for Faith, Life and Peace in our country on Sunday 29th April 2018. As Bishop Keenan of Paisley explains, we need to pray to ask Our Lady's help against the aggressive secularism of our time.
- FAITH: The return of England, Wales and Scotland to the faith of our forefathers which is the traditional Catholic Faith with all its doctrine, liturgy and morals.
- LIFE: The restoration of marriage as intended by the Church, the interdiction of abortion, euthanasia, artificial contraception, divorce, promiscuity, homosexuality, pornography, sex education in schools, indecency, all other sins against holy purity and against the body which is the temple of the Holy Ghost.
- PEACE: The peace that only Our Lord Jesus Christ can give when He is acknowledged as the King over all society: the church, the state, the family and the individual.
The following events were organised for the faithful of the Society of St. Pius X:
Rosary & other devotions on the coast:
14:30: Strawberry Field, Newtown Rd, Warsash, Southampton SO31 9FX
It was a cold blustery day, but a goodly band of prayers met on the very green Stawberry Field overlooking the shipyards of Southampton. They prayed the rosary, litanines, acts of reparation (for abortion) and sang "Faith of Our Fathers" and hymns to Our Lady.
Rosary & other devotions & Benediction after Mass:
10:30 Mass: St. Andrew's, Glasgow G3 6TX
11:00 Mass: St. Margaret & Leornard, Edinburgh EH8 9RD
11:00 Mass: St. Joseph's, Salteron Road, London N7 6BB
11:30 Mass: Holy Cross, Woking GU22 8BA
12:30 Mass: St. Pius V, Groombridge TN3 9QX
12:30 Mass: St. Pius X, Manchester M16 8FR
15:30 Mass: OL of Glastonbury, Taunton TA1 3AA
Rosary & other devotions & Benediction:
17:30 St. Saviour's, Bristol BS4 2DU