During Lent there will be additional opportunities for the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
For our Lenten Booket wth details of events and services through Lent Click here
During Lent we are asked to pray for these intentions:
Candidates for the Sacraments especially on the Sundays of Lent
The Needy and Hungry of the World especially on Lent Fast Day Friday 23 February
Women’s World Day of Prayer Friday 2nd March
14th February - Ash Wednesday
A day of Fasting and abstinence
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|Mass||7.00am, noon and 7.30pm||noon and 7pm|
The 7.30pm Mass at Bishop Eton will contain the Novena Prayer to Our Lady of Perpetual Succour.
15th February - nothing to highlight
Eucharistic Adoration at St. Mary's Woolton at 6pm
Night Prayer with the Choir at St. Mary's Woolton at 8.45pm
16th to 17th February
Celebrating Consecrated Life with the Sister of St Mary de Namur. For full details click here
Pastoral Area Reconciliation Service for at St Ambrose Church, Speke at 10.30am
Lenten Reflection Day‘ at St Joseph's Prayer Centre
The Poetry of the Psalms leading us deeper into the Mystery of Easter’-led by Sr. Annie Lunney SMG
18th February - First Sunday of Lent
Rite of Election and Call to Continuing Conversion. 3pm at the Metropolitan Cathedral. Please pray for all the RCIA candidates who will be presented at this service.
19th February - nothing to highlight
RYM Young Adult Group - Redemption (+ games night)
Inspired by the Redemptorist motto "copiosa apud eum redemptio" (with Him there is plentiful redemption), we've decided to have a session on redemption and confession. Young adults (18-40 or thereabouts!) are welcome to come to a lively and interesting talk and discussion on the subject.
As Catholics, we know that Confessions (or reconciliation, penance, etc) is an important sacrament, but we've often got questions about it. Why do we have to go to confession? What is so special about it? What even counts as a sin?!
We'll have a special guest priest to answer all your questions, plus some discussion and helpful hints if it's been a while since your last confession!
Afterwards, of course, we'll have some social time in the hall playing BOARDGAMES, quizzes and eating snacks! According to the recent poll we did, it seems like lots of people are interested in this kind of social, and we love games ourselves too!
Eucharistic Adoration at Bishop Eton from 6pm to 7.30pm
Novena to Our Mother of Perpetual Help 7.30pm at Bishop Eton
LENDING LIBRARY, Hughes Room Bishop Eton 2.00pm – 4.00pm
Bishop Eton Lending Library (B.E.L.L.) has a collection of donated books on spirituality, prayer and Christian living, which we would like to share. All are welcome to call in on the first and third Wednesday of the month, from 2 pm – 4 pm. B.E.L.L. The Hughes Room is accessed from the car-park behind the church. Join us for a chat and a cuppa, to browse the books and borrow any which are of interest to you.
For further information, call Rose on 077-693-23799.
Lenten Refelctions at the Cathedral
The Friends of the Metropolitan Cathedral have organised a series of Lenten Reflections, each featuring special guest speakers.
Each talk will be a unique opportunity to hear about the excellent work being carried out in our community There will be an opportunity for discussion and reflection as we prepare for Easter.
The talks are free to attend, and will take place at 6.30pm in the Gibberd Room.
The reflection today will be by Charlotte Hopkins of the Whitechapel Centre. Click here to learn more
How to be a Catholic in the 21st Century at St Joseph' Prayer Centre. 10.30am-3.30pm
The day will be led by Fr Chris Thomas. Suggested donation is £10 which includes lunch. To book email
CAFOD Lent Fast Day
Stations of the Cross 11am at St. Mary's.
Quiet Day at the Cenacle - Offering £10. No booking required. for full details contact Sr. Winnie Morley at the Cenacle Tithebarn Grove, Lance Lane L15 6TW. Telephone 0151 722 2271