The Rosary on the Coast for Life and Faith takes place on November 26th, Feast of Christ the King

26th November 2017

Across Ireland, North and South

The Rosary on the Coast for Life and Faith takes place on November 26th, Feast of Christ the King

 Over the last two months over a million Polish faithful travelled to the borders of their country to pray for the preservation of the faith including the protection of the Unborn Child in Poland. Inspired by the Polish "Rosary at the Borders", Italian faithful held a similar "Rosary on the Border" for the same intention. Many of the thousands who participated prepared with a week-long fast on bread and water.

IT IS NOW IRELAND’S TURN!

Irelands Catholic Faithful are turning out in great numbers to pray for a great restoration of the faith especially among the youth and to pray for protection for our unborn babies, in Ireland, North and South. The Irish faithful are preparing to flock to our local coastlines, the Atlantic Ocean and the Irish Sea, to pray for the preservation of the faith and for the protection of life at all stages.

The "Rosary on the Coasts for Life and Faith" will be held on Sunday 26 November, the Feast of Christ the King.

Why did the organisers choose the Feast of Christ the King? Ireland was the first country in the world to be consecrated to Christ the King. This solemn consecration was declared in the 1930s and to date only three countries share this great blessing.  The feast is extremely important. Acknowledging Christ as King has relevance for the spiritual, social, cultural, legal and political life of Ireland.

Remember that when we honour Christ as King, we are immediately brought to His Queen, Mary and her Immaculate Heart! The prayer at the coasts will begin at 2:30pm. It will not take long. It is winter and we are conscious that drivers need to reach home or at least the main roads before dark.

"WHERE TWO OR THREE GATHER IN MY NAME THERE AM I WITH THEM"

-- Matt 18:20 --

Precious Life are calling on Bishops, Priests and Ordained Deacons to take part and select locations along the coast which they are prepared to travel to. However the response of the laity has been so enthusiastic that we are calling on individual lay faithful, prayer groups, apostolates, etc to select locations that they will travel to on the day. We are working on the principle that where two or three gathered, Christ our King and Mary our Queen will be there. 

So if you can come to the coast and pray the prayers of the ‘Rosary on the Coasts for Life and Faith’ programme with one or two people, tell us where you will be going and we will spread the word. Please be specific about the location.  Once your location is published others will come.

Come along to the coast and pray the prayers of the Rosary on the Coast for Life and Faith' programme with one or two people if you can. This is a crucial time in the fight to protect Ireland's precious unborn children and we must call on the power of divine intervention to draw Ireland back to God and to Our Lady and to protect all unborn life from the point of conception to natural death. For more information on the Rosary on the Coast in the North of Ireland, or you would like to become a coastal organiser, please let us know!

Please find locations for the Rosary on the Coast For Life and Faith below:

 

Location

County

More Information

 

Ballycastle Beach, Ballycastle

Antrim

 
 

Waters edge at the Odyssey, Titanic Quarter, Belfast

Antrim

Holy Mass at 1pm in St. Marys, Chapel Lane. Group will then go to the water’s edge to pray the Rosary.

 

Cushendall beach

Antrim

 
 

St. Michael's Church, Cootehill

Cavan

 
 

LaHinch beach

Clare

At the lifeguard station on the prom

 

Kilkee beach

Clare

At the Bandstand

 

Loop Head Light House

Clare

Accessed through Carrigaholt

 

Union Hall

Cork

 
 

Charles Fort, Kinsale

Cork

Entrance to Charles Fort

 

St Finbars Church, Bantry

Cork

 
 

Cork City docks behind Kent train station

Cork

Donoughmore group

 

Cobh, St Colmans Cathedral

Cork

 
 

Blackrock Castle

Cork

Green Area By Footpath

 

Camden Fort Crosshaven

Cork

Childrens Adoration Group

 

Dinish Bridge, Castletownbere

Cork

 
 

Benone Strand, Limavady

Derry

Left side of the strand off the little driveway

 

Lisfannon

Derry

 
 

Lisfannon Beach, Inishowen

Donegal

Latin Mass at 1:15pm, Chapel of Ease, Fahan.

 

Malin head

Donegal

Wee House of Malin

 

Bundoran Beach

Donegal

 
 

Rossnowlagh Beach, Rossnowlagh,

Donegal

Gather in public car park to left of Sandhouse Hotel

 

Front Shore Moville

Donegal

 
 

Shore Front Buncrana beside the play park

Donegal

Shore front,Beside the play park

 

Burtonport Harbour

Donegal

Meet by Statue of Our Lady in Car Park

 

Maghroarty Pier

Donegal

 
 

Narin Beach

Donegal

 
 

Dungloe Pier

Donegal

 
 

Maghera, Newcastle, BT330AG

Down

Grounds of Our Lady of the Assumption Church

 

Warrenpoint

Down

Narrow-Water Keep on Newry Road outside Warrenpoint

 

Warrenpoint Road, Newry

Down

By the Rampart

 

Lough Gates, Omeath Road, Newry.

Down

 
 

Bangor

Down

Park in Queen’s Parade car park. Head to Pickie Fun Park, keep going and Rosary will be said on the small beach 100 yards beyond Pickie Fun Park (beside the partial remains of the old Victorian outdoor ladies bathing pool if that helps) St.Comgall’s Marian Prayer Group

 

Pier in Dun Laoghaire

Dublin

End of East Pier Bottom Deck

 

Portmarnock/Malahide

Dublin

Paddys Hill just off coast road between Portmarnock & Malahide

 

Howth Head

Dublin

At the start of Howth head just beyond the carpark

 

Sandymount Beach

Dublin

Section of beach by middle car park (of three car parks)

 

Colimore Harbour, Collimore Road, Dalkey, Co Dublin

Dublin

 
 

Shelly Banks Car Park, Ringsend, Dublin.

Dublin 3

 
 

Portrane Donabate

Dublin

___More Details Needed____

 

Clontarf

Dublin

Meet at St Anthony Church and walk the sea walk to Our Lady's statue at the end of the wooden bridge

 

Our Lady, Star Of The Sea, Statue, Bull Island

Dublin

Missionaries of Charity will lead the prayer at the Statue of our lady at the end of the Causeway

 

Salthill

Galway

___More Details Needed___

 

Silverstrand Beach

Galway

Entrance to Silverstrand Beach

 

Meenogahane Pier, Causeway,

Kerry

1. Meenogahane Pier, Causeway, Co. Kerry

 

Ballyheigue Beach,

Kerry

 
 

Banna Strand

Kerry

 
 

Ballybunion Beach

Kerry

 
 

Tullaghan Beach

Leitrim

Tullaghan Beach

 

on the quays at the back of Henry Street Garda station

Limerick

 
 

Blackrock Village

Louth

Midway down Main St by sculpture by sea wall

 

Ardán Gentili, Knocknagoran, Omeath

Louth

__More Details Needed__

 

Bellmullet at the end of the Shore Rd

Mayo

Outside Belmullet town

 

Our Lady's Grotto, Ceide, Ballycastle

Mayo

Our Ladys Grotto 

 

Bertra Beach, Westport

Mayo

 
 

Laytown Beach

Meath

Meet on the public beach behind the Church

 

Maidentower Mornington

Meath

Fransicans

 

Strandhill Beach, Sligo

Sligo

Meeting Point is at the Canon on the beach @ 2.15pm.

 

Rosses Point Beach

Sligo

Meeting point is at the top of the promenade at the 'Waiting on the Shore' statue @ 2.15pm.

 

Mullaghmore Beach

Sligo

Meeting at the Star of the Sea Retreat Centre @ 2.15pm

 

Lissadell Beach

Sligo

Meeting at Lissadell Beach at 2.15pm

 

Davits Quay Dungarvan

Waterford

 
 

St Declans Church Ardmore

Waterford

 
 

Tramore,

Waterford

Sr Mary's House, Santa Maria, Riverstown

 

Courtown Beach Borough

Wexford

 
 

Kilmore Quay

Wexford

 
 

Curracloe beach (Raven Reserve)

Wexford

Polish Group all welcome

 

Morriscastle Strand Kilmuchridge

Wexford

Catholic Families Network all welcome

 

The Quay Wexford Town

Wexford

Legion of Mary, Mater Dei Praesidium

 

Bray Prominade

Wicklow

At the bandstand St Fergal's Adoration Group All Welcome

 

Brittas Bay

Wicklow

 
 

Arklow beach

Wicklow

Grotto at Arklow rock by Roadstone entrance

 

Greystones Harbour

Wicklow

Meeting Point is the near entrance to the Marina.

 

Murrough Car Park

Wicklow

Meeting at Murrough Car Park

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