THE arrangements for the rally at Wembley Stadium on October 3. when Cardinal Griffin will crown she statue of Our Lady of Willesden, ire going steadily ahead.
It is emphasised that the pageant ,vith which the rally will open will lot be identical with that which took 'lace at Wembley at the conclusion af the Family Rosary Crusade in 1952.
The pageant will, in general. tell the story of the shrine of Our Lady of Willesden and within that story will be portrayed certain of the Mysteries of the Rosary.
At the conclusion of the pageant the Cardinal will give a short address and then will crown the statue.
Two crowns will be used, one for Our Lady and the other for the Divine Child.
The statue will then be taken in procession from Wembley to the Church of Our Lady of Willesden and will be drawn in procession on a small float or bier decked with flowers.
Announcements w il I be made shortly regarding the securing of tickets of admission, but this will, in general, be through parish representatives.
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