The Catholics of Ireland were invited to gather on November 26, 2017, on the coasts of the island to recite the holy Rosary for the preservation of the Catholic Faith and protection of unborn children in their country.
This rosary was planned with an eye towards a proposed law which could allow abortion to become legal in 2018.
The Irish, deeply attached to the Faith of their ancestors, have responded generously to the call: in a few days’ time, over one hundred locations were determined, in order for this religious event to run smoothly.
After Poland and Italy, both of which countries saw millions of Catholics gather at their borders to recite the Rosary, it was Ireland’s turn to erect a living rampart of rosaries on November 26, 2017.
The SSPX District of Ireland is participating in this initiative and organized four locations throughout the country.
The recitation of the Rosary will began at 2:30 p.m. on November 26; the main intentions are the preservation of the Faith and to fight against abortion. In 2018, the Irish will vote on whether or not they wish to modify article 8 of their Constitution that protects the life of unborn children.