Rosary for the Unborn & for World Peace

Rosary of the Unborn and for World Peace – Monthly meetings – Sunday’s from April to August at 7pm and from September to March 2.45pm (Please check weekly newsletter for the date each month).

From 1967-2018, in Britain alone, 8.7 million unborn babies have tragically died through abortion, and today nearly 4.000 babies die every week, the equivalent of 20 passenger jets crashing. We pray the Rosary – Heavens weapon to end abortion –  and the Chaplet of Divine Mercy for God’s Mercy on our Nation – The Dowry of Mary – We pray for the  protection of the unborn babies, for the healing of all parents suffering the trauma of abortion –‘ so many suffer in silence because others tell them it’s  no big deal!’   Afterwards we have a cuppa and homemade cakes. Please do come and join us.

HOW DID THIS UNIQUE ROSARY COME ABOUT AND THE PROMISES ATTENDANT TO IT?  On October 7, 1997– the Feast of the Holy Rosary – Our Lady comes in white and appears to visionary Maureen Sweeney-Kyle with this rosary and states: …“Propagate the image I have shown you today.”  In front of her, and suspended in the air is an unusual rosary. The Our Father beads are droplets of blood in the shape of a cross. The Hail Mary beads are light blue tear drops with unborn babies inside of them. The cross is gleaming gold. Our Lady says: “I come in praise of Jesus, My Son. I come as Prophetess of these times.” “The rosary you see is Heaven’s way of describing to you the weapon that will overcome this evil of abortion. Heaven weeps for the cost of this great sin. The history and the future of all nations has been changed because of this atrocity against God’s gift of life.” On July 2nd 2001, Our lady appears again as the Sorrowful Mother and  promises of The Rosary of the Unborn  –An UNBORN CHILD WILL BE SAVED with each loving “Hail Mary” recited with this Rosary: “I affirm to you…that each ‘Hail Mary’ prayed from a loving heart will rescue one of these innocent lives from death by abortion.” “This is a special grace attached to this particular rosary.” (Blessed Mother, 7/2/2001)