One year ago on September 3rd 2017, the Catholic Bishops of Scotland consecrated Scotland to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Bishop Brian McGee of Argyll & the Isles said: "We consecrate Scotland to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
We express together sorrow for our personal and communal sinfulness, and we implore Mary's Guidance and strength that we live as a Christian nation should."
The Prayer of Consecration: We consecrate Scotland to you: all that we have, all that we love, all that we are. To you we give our minds and hearts, our bodies and souls. We willingly place at your service our homes and our families, our parishes and schools; we desire that all that is in us and around us may belong to you, O Mary, and may share in the benefits of your motherly care.
Pope Francis invites the faithful to pray the Rosary everyday in October and ending with the antiphon "We fly to thy patronage" and the prayer to St. Michael the Archangel, to repel the attacks of the Devil who wants to divide the Church.
14th October 2018
Father Maximilian Nwosu, CCE
Father James Anyaegbu, CCE
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Outdoor Mass at Clachan Comar, Cannich
(Celebrants: Frs Max Nwosu & James
Anyaegbu, Vicar General Rev. Fr. Domenico Zanre.
Homilist: Very Rev James Bell)
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