All of the dioceses throughout the UK are being invited to participate in praying the Rosary for the following special intentions:
- Protecting our families and the family of nations, especially in this Year of St. Joseph.
- A deepening of faith, hope and love and the protection of life.
- Peace in the world.
- Deliverance from Coronavirus; for those working for a cure; for those who have died; for those who are suffering and those who care for them.
During the Marian month of May, there will be three designated National Days of Prayer:
- Monday May 24th – Feast of Mary, Mother of the Church – a Rosary Day of Prayer for our young people and for the Mission of our Schools, Youth Associations/Groups/Projects, our Young People and for Families.
- Sunday May 30th – Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity – a National Rosary Relay Rally throughout the Dioceses of Scotland, Wales and England. The designated Rosary Hour for the Diocese of Aberdeen is from 2pm to 3pm
- Monday May 31st – Feast of the Visitation – Bishop John Keenan, of the Diocese of Paisley, will host a Crowning Rosary online at 8.00pm, in thanksgiving for the graces received from the Lord Jesus through the powerful intercession of Our Lady of the Rosary during the May 2021 Rosary Mission.