Having read Joshua’s assault on Jericho our mission stage became clearer, Joe Clovis realised that the 7th year would have to culminate in a trumpet blast, a spiritual Trumpet Blast since the iHope is a totally spiritual mission. However, Archbishop Peter Smith, who had been kept informed of the iHope mission, was getting on in age was now in poor health. He had retired and was awaiting a replacement. This was a worrying time for Wolfgang, Joe and their prayer warriors so they prayed that he would not be replaced before 12th December 2019. On the 10 June 2019 Bishop John Wilson was appointed as Archbishop of Southwark and with a sharp intake of breath Wolfgang and Joe made every effort to meet with him for obvious reasons. The Lord provided an opportunity as a funeral of one of the priests in the diocese fell on the same day as the iHope and they had an impromptu meeting with him afterwards. This proved to be quite beautiful and very fruitful; Joe went away and wrote the details of the trumpet Blast for the new Archbishop to consider along with all the newness of Southwark. The Trumpet Blast was on but the Archbishop would not able to personally attend but would send a deputy Fr Daniel Weatherly who had been supporting the mission since 2016. The year and monthly vigil processions developed further by encircling the whole block of buildings at IPPF 6 times with Our Lady during the night watch and the 7th at the end of each vigil procession. Special oil was used to bless and protect those on the night watch and a Holy candle was lit at IPPF HQ during the night watch as it was ever more important to bring the light to the darkness.