Rosary Anchor with Our Lady Help of Christians May 2022 Rosary Mission

Spiritual Vision for Rosary Anchor


Our forthcoming Rosary Mission – Rosary Anchor with Our Lady Help of Christians – is presented as a trumpet call to encourage us to pray the Rosary daily for peace and to respond faithfully to these monthly calls for serious Reparation through the practice of the First Saturdays.


Our Times are uncertain, full of challenge, terrifying moral decline, storms of life, of war and of continual threats and rumours of war. Daily through the various news media we see peoples suffering in unprecedented ways with entire nations on the brink of starvation and some even of annihilation.


Heaven’s Peace Plan has at its heart the call to Conversion of Life, Trust in JESUS and the praying of the Rosary as the spiritual sword to fight the evil of these times and the means to Peace.


JESUS is our Hope and our Anchor who will protect us and lead us in the midst of the storms of Life. Heb. 6 v18 “Hope we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and steadfast …”


The Rosary through the centuries has been a means of stability, security, contemplation and defence. The Rosary is the anchor which in times of trial quite literally keeps us connected with Heaven.

The title “Help of Christians” was given to Our Lady by St. Pius V, following the victory of the Christian Fleet over the Ottomans on October 7th, 1571. He also added this invocation to her Litany.


The Church invites us through this title of Our Lady as Help of Christians to focus on the role of Our Lady’s intercession in the fight against sin in the life of a believer. Secondly the Church focuses us on Our Lady, as the one who assists Christians, as a community, through her intercession, in fighting against all anti-christian forces and all that would undermine or lead us away from faith in Christ.


Will you help change the world with Rosary in hand to pray for the Peace of Nations and for the Salvation of Souls?

We encourage you to join the Daily Rosary either on line or in person – at Walsingham 3pm, at Carfin Grotto at 8pm and with Bishop John Keenan at 9pm on his Facebook page.