On Sunday, Catholics will gather at over 300 locations across the British coast to pray the rosary for faith, life and peace in the British Isles.
The Rosary on the Coast looks set to be one of the most significant Catholic events in the UK in recent decades. However, coverage in the secular media has been next to zero, so the Catholic Herald would like to do it justice – but we need your help.
The scale of the event is such that it would be impossible for just one or two reporters to cover it fully. So if you plan to attend one of the locations, tell us about your experience and send us your pictures.
We hope to have the most comprehensive coverage of this historic event, both online and in the magazine.
Send pictures and/or text to [email protected] with “Rosary on the Coast” as the subject.
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