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Now these are the kind of activities that get me excited
I'm taking part  Cool
(04-16-2018, 01:23 PM)popeinnocent1972 Wrote: [ -> ]I'm taking part  Cool

Good on you!
(04-16-2018, 01:28 PM)jovan66102 Wrote: [ -> ]
(04-16-2018, 01:23 PM)popeinnocent1972 Wrote: [ -> ]I'm taking part  Cool

Good on you!

                                       Which site are you going to ? I believe there's around 200.  They'll be rosary groups from the Scilly Islands to the Land's End, the Channel Islands, to the Isle of Man and the Shetland Islands. Hope it's a big turnout.
I wish! I'm about as landlocked as one can be, in the middle of the US. If I were there, it would probably be near Portsmouth, since my Mum came from a village near there.
These are the only activities that will make a real difference in our world. Signing petitions, writing to politicians, voting for the so called right candidate, or protesting, will never come close to the power of the rosary.
Bishop Mark Davies of Shrewsbury will attend a rosary event at the Dome of Home, New Brighton, Wallasey, run by the traditionalist Institute of Christ the King. 

                                                                      Good to see the UK getting some support from Bishops.
There's been a lot of these, Which is great! We ahold coordinate a world wide Rosary
UI will be there on the south coast, looking forward to it as it is something very positive.
A few days ago Rosary On The Coast had 197 sites, where people planned to gather on April 29. As of yesterday that number had risen to over 250 !
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