The 3 most important symbols of Christmas
With today’s post, we are hoping to familiarise you a bit with the origin, history and meaning of these symbols so as to enrich your preparation and experience this Christmas. https://t.co/fhms1zF0UY— CatholicLink English (@catholiclink_en) December 7, 2018
Pope Francis on the Nativity Scene
Christmas meal in St Mary's Parish Hall on Christmas Day 1.00-4.00pm.
For anybody who will be eating alone this year, irrespective of religion or income.
Anyone is welcome.
Please contact Anita on the number below or your parish office to book a place.
All offers of help would be gratefully received! Anita on 07387576741
Rosary for World Peace Friday 6th December
2pm at the Liverpool CIty Centre crib
All invited to pray a Rosary for world peace - your presence will be greatly appreciated.
The Metropolitan Cathedral's appeal for toiletries, nightwear, toys for children, chocolates and other new items for the Women’s Refuge has started once again. As you start your own Christmas shopping please consider popping a little bit extra in for these families who have been through a tough time and who have fled from their homes with nothing. It is hard to imagine isn’t it?
Marie Curie Christmas Decoration appeal
Dementia Friendly Christmas Carol Service
Busted Halo Instragram challenge
The Advent Wreath
Spiritual Advent Calendar’s
This year the Franciscans are offering daily stories, prayers and reflections delivered to your inbox.
If you are intested sign up at https://info.franciscanmedia.org/advent-with-richard-rohr-2019-signup
If you follow the above link you will find an Advent Calendar for adults, but there are also links for you to download calendars to be used with young people or children.
Cardinal Nichols on Art and Scripture at Advent and Christmas
A small group of volunteer ladies have been busy making festive decorations for Nugent. If you would like to buy one please email or call 0151 261 2023. Nugent. ask for a donation of £3 or £5 for each decoration.
Photos from Nugent. illustrating examples of the decorations
Advent seeking God in your own highplace
A podcast from the Catholic Church in England and Wales
CREATIVE CHRISTMAS WORKSHOPS
Once again the Cathedral is holding its Creative Christmas Workshops. Starting on on Tuesday 12 November and running for 6 weeks from 1pm – 4pm in the Gibberd Room. The six week course will use crafts and fresh flowers to make your own unique designs for Christmas for your own home or for thoughtful gifts for others. You can pay £60 for the complete course or dip in and out and pay £15 for each session you attend. Please contact to book a place