WATCH: Archbishop's reflection at Advent Rosary for Life

Archbishop Cushley gave a reflection at our Advent Rosary for Life last night (Tuesday 21st). Watch it below or on YouTube

Thanks to all who prayed the Rosary with us in Advent for unborn children, their mothers and all pro-life intentions.

Register here for our annual Mass for the Feast of the Holy Innocents, which takes place at St Margaret's Chapel, Gillis Centre, 100 Strathearn Road, Edinburgh, at midday on Tuesday 28 December.

 

 

Advent Rosary for Life

Pray with parishioners and clergy from across the Archdiocese at our Advent Rosary for Life.
This online Rosary takes place on Zoom Each Tuesday in Advent at 7:45pm on Zoom
Register
▪ Tue 30 Nov: bit.ly/30NovRosary (with reflection from Fr Kevin Douglas)
▪ Tue 07 Dec: bit.ly/7DecRosary (with reflection from Fr Bobby Taylor)
▪ Tue 14 Dec: bit.ly/14DecRosary (with reflection from Fr Martin Eckersley)
▪ Tue 21 Dec bit.ly/21DecRosary (with reflection from Archbishop Leo Cushley)

Advent Rosary for Life

Pray with parishioners and clergy from across the Archdiocese at our Advent Rosary for Life.
This online Rosary takes place on Zoom Each Tuesday in Advent at 7:45pm on Zoom
Register
▪ Tue 30 Nov: bit.ly/30NovRosary (with reflection from Fr Kevin Douglas)
▪ Tue 07 Dec: bit.ly/7DecRosary (with reflection from Fr Bobby Taylor)
▪ Tue 14 Dec: bit.ly/14DecRosary (with reflection from Fr Martin Eckersley)
▪ Tue 21 Dec bit.ly/21DecRosary (with reflection from Archbishop Leo Cushley)

Advent Rosary for Life

Pray with parishioners and clergy from across the Archdiocese at our Advent Rosary for Life.
This online Rosary takes place on Zoom Each Tuesday in Advent at 7:45pm on Zoom
Register
▪ Tue 30 Nov: bit.ly/30NovRosary (with reflection from Fr Kevin Douglas)
▪ Tue 07 Dec: bit.ly/7DecRosary (with reflection from Fr Bobby Taylor)
▪ Tue 14 Dec: bit.ly/14DecRosary (with reflection from Fr Martin Eckersley)
▪ Tue 21 Dec bit.ly/21DecRosary (with reflection from Archbishop Leo Cushley)

Advent Rosary for Life

Pray with parishioners and clergy from across the Archdiocese at our Advent Rosary for Life.
This online Rosary takes place on Zoom Each Tuesday in Advent at 7:45pm on Zoom
Register
▪ Tue 30 Nov: bit.ly/30NovRosary (with reflection from Fr Kevin Douglas)
▪ Tue 07 Dec: bit.ly/7DecRosary (with reflection from Fr Bobby Taylor)
▪ Tue 14 Dec: bit.ly/14DecRosary (with reflection from Fr Martin Eckersley)
▪ Tue 21 Dec bit.ly/21DecRosary (with reflection from Archbishop Leo Cushley)

EVENT: Archbishop to join Advent Rosary on Monday

Archbishop Cushley will join the Advent Rosary for Life on Monday evening on Zoom.  We will be praying for unborn children, their mothers and all pro-life intentions. Register now here.

WATCH: Archdiocese prays as part of National Rosary Rally

On this Eve of All Saints (31 Oct) join us for the National Rosary Relay Rally. Each diocese in Britain is invited to take an hour reciting the Rosary, the spiritual weapon of our times.

The Religious Sisters of Mercy (RSM) lead us in the Joyful Mysteries from St Margaret's Chapel, at the Gillis Centre in Edinburgh.

 

Watch on YouTube

Further details at: www.rosaryonthecoast.co.uk

SATURDAY: People across Archdiocese pray the Rosary

Archbishop Cushley is calling on Catholics across the Archdiocese to pray the Rosary at 1pm tomorrow (Saturday 31 October).

It's part of the National Rosary Relay Rally which sees dioceses across Britain praying in unity for "faith, life and peace."

We invite you to join the Religious Sisters of Mercy (RSM) who will lead us in the Joyful Mysteries from St Margaret's Chapel, at the Gillis Centre in Edinburgh, at 1pm. Watch on YouTube, Facebook or the News & Events section of this website.

Archbishop Cushley said: "I’m calling on Catholics across our Archdiocese to be united in prayer for the National Rosary Rally on Saturday 31 October. The Rosary is the spiritual weapon of our times and we place our prayers in the loving hands of Mary as we call on our Lord Jesus Christ for faith, life and peace.”

National organiser Antonia Moffat said: "More than ever we need to intercede for our Isles and for the conversion to Christ of our peoples and that they be protected from all danger, from all sickness and from all evil. Imagine the joy of the Blessed Mother when she sees the entire British Isles full of people imploring her powerful intercession!"

Further details at: www.rosaryonthecoast.co.uk

“I want you to know that in this kind of warfare, the battering ram has always been the Rosary.” St Dominic

Join us for the National Rosary Rally!

Archbishop Cushley is calling on Catholics across the Archdiocese to pray the Rosary at 1pm on Saturday 31 October.

It's part of the National Rosary Relay Rally which sees dioceses across Britain praying in unity for "faith, life and peace."

We invite you to join the Religious Sisters of Mercy (RSM) who will lead us in the Joyful Mysteries from St Margaret's Chapel, at the Gillis Centre in Edinburgh, at 1pm. Watch on YouTube, Facebook or the News & Events section of this website.

Archbishop Cushley said: "I’m calling on Catholics across our Archdiocese to be united in prayer for the National Rosary Rally on Saturday 31 October. The Rosary is the spiritual weapon of our times and we place our prayers in the loving hands of Mary as we call on our Lord Jesus Christ for faith, life and peace.”

National organiser Antonia Moffat said: "More than ever we need to intercede for our Isles and for the conversion to Christ of our peoples and that they be protected from all danger, from all sickness and from all evil. Imagine the joy of the Blessed Mother when she sees the entire British Isles full of people imploring her powerful intercession!"

Further details at: www.rosaryonthecoast.co.uk

“I want you to know that in this kind of warfare, the battering ram has always been the Rosary.” St Dominic

Take part in Rosary Rally this Sunday!

Archbishop Cushley is encouraging Catholics to take part in the National Rosary Relay Rally this Sunday at 1pm.

The event will see dioceses across Scotland, England and Wales allocated a 'Rosary hour' on Pentecost Sunday (31 May) to pray for a range of intentions, including deliverance from the coronavirus pandemic and the re-opening of Churches.

He said: "The Rosary Rally follows the Pope's request to pray the Rosary at home throughout May. Our diocese has been asked to pray a Rosary Hour at 1pm and I warmly invite you to take part."

Format

Each diocese is allocated a Rosary hour for people to pray the Rosary either individually, in families, as prayer groups, parish groups, and where possible online. It does not matter what time during the specified hour the rosary is prayed. Then on the hour the next diocese takes up the Rosary Relay Rally.

At 9pm Bishop John Keenan will stream Rosary & a final blessing from St Mirin’s Cathedral in Paisley. This will take place on his Facebook page.

Times (Scotland)

Prayer intentions of the National Rosary Rally

This includes the key intentions of deliverance from this current pandemic and for the opening of our Churches.

Our Lady, Queen of the most Holy Rosary, pray for us!

For more details visit the Rosary on the Coast website.