What Now ?
What now the Pope has gone? Should you still
join with us? What should we be doing?
Papal Protests and Gospel Witnesses for the Popes UK
The Papal Visit - A Test
This is a momentous time in our history with the first official Papal
visit to these shores. Sadly, few (including many professing Christians) seem able to grasp the significance of the
Pope’s visit or the profound implications and ramifications of his invitation and welcome. We believe this
visit by the Pope can be seen as both a judgement of God, but also as a mercy and an opportunity the Lord
has provided for us to witness and to:
remind the Nation of our Protestant Biblical Constitution, heritage and
culture and the many blessings we have undeservedly received because of it,
make a stand against the blasphemous spiritual and preposterous temporal
claims and teachings of the Pope and his counterfeit ‘church’.
witness to those poor souls deceived by that masterpiece of deception - the
Roman Catholic system.
What We Plan
100,000 are expected at the Glasgow mass. 90,000 at the Hyde Park
Prayer vigil, along with 65,000 in Birmingham for the beatification of Newman (mostly paying for the ‘privilege’!).
These figures highlight the desperate need for a concerted united effort by all Protestants.
So, a number of individuals and Protestant organisations, plan in the
will of the Lord, to have a Biblical Gospel witness and/or a placard protest at most of the major events in the
If you are intending to participate please be mindful of the
Make allowances - The
situation is fluid and subject to change so please be sure you register for the
Papal Protest Supporters List to be kept informed.
Do not attend any of these
events (except the London Protest on 17th) without having the
details confirmed beforehand either via the Papal
Protest Supporters list or by making contact with the organisers
Respect organisers wishes -
They have taken the time and effort to organise the event and most are locally based and so they also
have to live and witness in that area all the time - not just for the Papal visit. So please respect
Maintain a UNITED and worthy witness - Many
may have different opinions and ideas as to how these events should be conducted, but the truth is we
can’t all do what we wish to and still have an effective and God-honouring witness. It has to be
organised and co-ordinated by someone. So please make sure you come on the understanding that this is
an unprecedented opportunity for true Protestants to put on a UNITED front.
Sadly all that most people see of Christianity today is grand
buildings, pomp and ritual, fine robes or the ‘madness’ seen on television and in many ‘contemporary’ Churches.
Likewise most marches seem to end in violence - even so called ‘peace’ marches.
So what a pleasure it would be to have thousands of Protestants turn
up, well dressed, well spoken, courteous and full of the joy of the Lord to show the face of true Biblical
Christianity. Bold and forthright in our views, but also peaceful and gracious in our
Please help us make it so by doing all you can whether
you can attend or not.
We believe we can get thousands out to the glory of God if we all do something!
Christian Watch manages and maintains this website and associated lists in an
endeavour to centralise all the details of the Papal Protests and Gospel witnesses during the Popes visit to the
We are not responsible for keeping you
informed of any any changes or alterations to these
events. It is your personal responsibility to
check all the details with the organisers. These events and the
organisers do not necessarily reflect the opinions and beliefs of
Christian Watch but are there for your information only and not as an