Fr Michael's Paintings
Recently Fr Michael sold some of his paintings for Project Zimbabwe. He would like to continue to do this, and the pictures still left to purchase along with others that he completes will be posted on a dedicated page on the website, please click here. f you would like to buy a painting, or would like to see the original before deciding, please contact Fr Michael at the monastery: 0151 722 1108
To keep the parish appraised with the progress of the Resettlement Scheme, a monthly newsletter will be produced. Click on the link(s) below to access the newsletter you are interested in
NOVEMBER 2019 - Updates - It's almost a year since our family arrived, the newsletter looks back at the year's highlights
SEPTEMBER 2018 - Updates on the house and the Home Office Application
JUNE/JULY 2018 - Updates on the Home Office Application, the search for a house and fundraising.
May 2018 - BE Alive article from the Education and Welcome Teams.
MARCH 2018: The main focus this month is the activity of the Fundraising Team.
WORLD DAY OF THE POOR
Today the 27th November 2019 is the 3rd Annual World Day of the Poor
The Pope's letter for the day can be read by clicking here
The Caritas Social Action Network have a page dedicated to the world day of the poor, which includes some inspirational posts. Click here
Please read the Pope's letter or watch his video below
Another worthwhile article on World Day of the Poor
PRAYER CARD FOR WORLD DAY OF THE POOR
Dementia is not just memory loss
BBC Music Resource aimed at people with dementia
Dementia Champion handbook
Over the weekend of 15th and 16th July 2017. Brother Mike spoke at all seven Masses at St. Mary's and Bishop Eton.
Here is the final address at Bishop Eton's 6pm Mass
Thankyou for your donations to support the Redemptorist students.
Anyone wishing to join the Redemptorists as a priest or brother should speak to Fr. Charles.
Christians persecuted in West Africa - please pray
In recent months, we have seen outbreaks of violence & persecution of Christians in West Africa in areas where the Redemptorists live & work.— Redemptorists (@Redemptoristsau) June 7, 2019
These attacks have taken the lives of several priests and many faithful. #Pray4Peacehttps://t.co/DEiDiVWeCa
Next Sunday is World Communications Day:
This year is the 53rd World Communications Day. Pope Francis has issued a letter which is subtitled
“We are members one of another” (Eph 4,25). From social network communities to the human community
it can be read by clicking here
Message from the Church in England and Wales
On this day, Catholics are encouraged to pray for all those professionals who work in Communications. A particularly for those who are responsible for communicating on behalf of the Catholic Church in this country.
The communications office of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales supports the bishops, in their witness and engagement with current issues, and the Church more widely in promoting the Gospel through digital, social, print and broadcast media. The office is the central point for media enquiries and is a key resource for national and international media professionals. It also plays an important role in developing the public profile of the Church through word and image.
The Catholic Church celebrates World Communications Day on 2nd June in 2019, when we are asked to pray for those who work in the media and when a second collection is taken after Mass to fund this important work.
Please help us continue this work through contributing generously to the collection on the day.
Please take a leaflet from the porch. There will be a retiring collection after each Mass or you can donate on line at http://www.catholicnews.org.uk/donate-wcd
Cardinal Nichols on ‘Thy Kingdom Come’ a global prayer movement
Chance for Childhood visits Bishop Eton
Thank you so much @Bishop_Eton and @SL_Vineyard for the wonderful welcome in Liverpool 😊 Always so great to meet some of our amazing supporters! Together we will achieve #NoChildForgotten pic.twitter.com/1H7v54Wj6V— Chance for Childhood (@ChanceChildhood) April 4, 2019
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- J&P Youth Group - Afternoon Tea Fundraiser
- Parish Coffee Morning 1.3.20
- Day of Retreat for Lent
- Dementia Friendly Afternoon Tea 28.2.20
- Women's Group Lunch time session 25.2.20
- World Day of Prayer Service 6.3.20
- Vocations Weekend for young women.
- Places of Welcome
- JOURNEY INTO FREEDOM: RETREAT FOR LENT AND EASTER.
- Walsingham Pilgrimage
- MEDJUGORJE IRISH CENTRE PILGRIMAGES APRIL - OCT 2020:
- Exploring our Faith - restarts 16th January
- Lenten booklet
- BEFRIENDING SERVICE – VOLUNTEERS WANTED:
- The Herbert Protocol
- Lenten Resources from CAFOD
- Fisher-More Hall - Essential works updated 14.2.20
- REDEDICATION OF ENGLAND AS THE DOWRY OF MARY (BEHOLD2020)
- Pope's Prayer Intention February 2020
- Samuel Group - for young people
- Women's Group Newsletter 27th January 2020
- Little Church and Children’s Liturgy
- Hairdresser Required for Project Zimbabwe fundraiser
- 18-35 years old? Passionate about the climate?
- Lourdes with Leisure Time Travel - Oct 2020
- Please join the Gift Aid Scheme
- Safeguarding - Net aware
- Paintings for Zimbabwe
- Dementia friendly Afternoon Tea & Singalong Dates for 2020
- Pastoral Area Website
- Year of the Word CAFOD resources
- 6.00pm Readers Rota
- Year of the Word 2020
- Claire House Volunteers
- Portraits of Redemptorists around the world
- Marie Curie Helper Service
- VOLUNTEER WITH NUGENT
- ARCHDIOCESAN VACANCIES
- Cathedral Walking Group
- SYNOD Theme 4 - Building Community, nuturing, belonging
- Nugent - Charity Shop Appeal
- Cathedral Book Club
- Could you be a Cathedral Guide?
- Confirmations 2020
- St Bernadette Team - with Animate
- Animate +
- Sowers, Seeds and Sowing
- Little Church and Children’s Liturgy - please note
- Monthly Signed Mass at Christ the King
- Adoremus Te Prayer Group