Tonight at 8pm, pray the Rosary.
Pope Francis has called on Catholics across the world to join in praying it at 9pm (8pm UK time) on the Solemnity of St Joseph as the world faces the Covid-19 pandemic.
Speaking yesterday he said: "Every family, every member of the faithful, every religious community: All of us spiritually united tomorrow (Thursday) at 9pm (8pm UK) in praying the Rosary, the Luminous Mysteries.
? ? The Rosary goes GLOBAL tonight.
Join and unite in the spirit of prayer, on the Feast of St Joseph, at 8pm. Pray for an end to the coronavirus pandemic. pic.twitter.com/kPGKGQVmQt
— Archdiocese of St Andrews & Edinburgh (@archedinburgh) March 19, 2020
"Mary — Mother of God, and Health of the Sick, to whom we direct the Rosary, under the loving gaze of St. Joseph, Protector of the Holy Family, and our families — brings us to the luminous and transfigured Face of Christ and his Heart.
"And we ask that he especially protect our families, in particular the sick and those who care for them: doctors, nurses, and volunteers, who risk their lives in this service."
If you've not prayed the Rosary for a while click here for a refresher.