U P D A T E . . .

Public Rosary of Reparation – Saturday, 4th November, 2017, 2pm

Our group prayed the fifteen decades of the Rosary outside St Bride’s in Cambuslang today at 2pm. We then prayed the St Michael, Archangel prayer (original version) and sang “I’ll Sing a Hymn To Mary”. Before the Rosary, during the Prayer to St Michael, and at the end of the event, different members of our group sprinkled the doors of the church with holy water.

Today, the weather was cold but dry.

Imagine then, our astonishment, when a rainbow appeared over the church during the Joyful Mysteries, fading away as we began the Sorrowful Mysteries. During the Sorrowful Mysteries, a few drops of rain fell: “not even a drizzle” as one person said, only a few drops (later, someone suggested that those few drops might represent Our Lady’s tears). Then, for the first three decades of the Glorious Mysteries, the rainbow re-appeared arching right over the church building, disappearing again during the final two decades. The rainbow was much brighter during the Glorious Mysteries than during the Joyful Mysteries.

As our group dispersed and I was heading out of the church grounds, I saw Fr Morton who approached me with outstretched hand. All the rumours about him are true – he is a very nice person, kindly and friendly. When I told him about the rainbow he made the obvious (joking, I hope!) connection with the LGBT lobby but I reminded him that they have stolen this beautiful biblical image – so, no, the rainbow, we believe, was not God signalling his approval of homosexuality, but – on the contrary – God’s merciful and generous way of letting us know that He is pleased with our humble effort to make reparation for the recent scandal associated with St Bride’s, and we pray that some repair has been achieved.

I had a very pleasant short chat with Fr Morton – he is, certainly, as many people have told me, a very nice person, most affable and approachable. Let’s all continue to keep him in our prayers.  To comment, click here


Don’t you love it when a plan comes together? 

Just telling a few people about the Evening Times report and our blog   on the scandal of Father Paul Morton this evening after Mass, we have around a dozen signed up for a public Rosary of Reparation to take place outside St Bride’s church in Cambuslang. Details of date and time will not be published in order to minimise the possibility of troublemakers seeking to disrupt our prayer, but anyone who is interested in participating is welcome to email me on    

Email to let me know to which parish you belong and why you are interested in joining us for this public rosary. None of your personal details will be published.

There is a very seriously concerned group of people from the Diocese of Motherwell who also wish to join us – note, it was one of these parishioners from the Diocese who alerted me to the Evening Times report yesterday. It looks like we will have a fairly strong group,  then, judging by the interest so far, but please encourage as many people as possible, to come along. There could never be too many.  It has been made clear to us now that Bishop Toal approves of Fr Paul Morton’s public statement of approval for indoctrinating children with LGBT propaganda, with specific reference to “transgenderism”. This is an outright scandal and must not be permitted to pass without protest and, above all, a protest of reparation. We plan to pray the fifteen decades of the Rosary, and the Prayer  to St Michael (which is essentially a prayer of exorcism) so do, please decide to come along to please Our Lady by seeking her powerful intercession in ending this diabolical scandal.

Holy Michael, Archangel, defend us in the day of battle –
Be our safeguard against the wickedness and snares of the Devil;
May God rebuke him, we humbly pray,
And do thou, O Prince of the Heavenly Host,
By the power of God, 

Cast down into Hell, Satan, and all wicked spirits,
Who wander through the world, for the ruin of souls.

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