Pray the Rosary with Bishop Strickland in Baltimore on Wednesday

Editor’s Note: One of the best ways for us as lay people to combat the evil that surrounds us today is to implore they help of our Blessed Mother in this battle. You can make a difference by praying the rosary with Bishop Strickland, either in person or remotely, beginning at noon Eastern time on Wednesday. We are working on getting a live stream of the event – check back here on Wednesday. If you plan to appear in person, feel free to also bring a sign saying “I stand with Strickland.”

  • WHEN: Wednesday, Nov. 15 at Noon Eastern Time
  • WHERE: Marriott Waterfront Hotel, 700 Aliceanna Street, Baltimore, MD

Bishop Joseph Strickland, whom Pope Francis removed from his diocese over the weekend, will lead a Rosary rally this week in Baltimore as the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) conducts its meetings for its biannual plenary session.

At noon on Wednesday, November 15, Bishop Strickland will recite the Rosary publicly at the plaza on the waterfront side of the Marriott Waterfront Hotel Inner Harbor East, where the bishops are gathered for their meetings.

Bishop Joseph Coffey, Auxiliary Bishop for the Military Services, will also recite the Rosary at the plaza on Tuesday, November 14. The faithful are asked to join and to invite their own bishop to join Bishops Strickland and Coffey. For more information, Catholics may contact Jack Ames at (410) 961-2008 or

Bishop Strickland has regularly led the Rosary outside the bishops’ conference meetings in Baltimore in the past over such issues as protesting the giving of Holy Communion to pro-abortion politicians, a subject that the bishops have wavered on for decades. In 2021, he was the only bishop to join Catholics outside the bishops’ assembly. At the time, he stated, “When it comes to the Eucharist and the sanctity of life, I must speak. The most important thing I must speak about is the presence of the Lord and fighting the atrocity of abortion.”

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