Macmillan Coffee Morning  -  grateful thanks to all who supported in person and by sending donations.  Your support and generosity raised £502, which has now been sent to Macmillan.  More information will be in the October Newsletter.

Information on prize winners will be included in the newsletter.  In the meantime the winners will be contacted directly

Street Child Africa Lunch  -  Tuesday 9 October 2018 - Fisher-More Hall

Just a reminder of the sandwich lunch and visiting speaker Margaret Guppy - who will talk about her book the Wainright Legacy.

One World Lunch  -  Sunday 14 October 2018  -  60 Hope Street:

Tickets are £25 per person for a 3-course lunch, a welcoming glass of fizz and your donation to a very important cause.  Tickets are available from Cath M

Adoremus 2018

Click on the images below to find out what events are coming up

Please note the programme may be subject to change for the latest information 

For the main congress

Visit Facebook https://www.facebook.com/adoremus2018/

Follow on Twitter twitter.com/adoremus2018

For the Youth Congress

Visit Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Adoremus-National-Youth-Congress-998430060307986/

Follow on Twitter twitter.com/adoremusyouthc1

 

Main Events

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Friday 7th September

Symposium Day

Saturday 8th September

Congress Day

Sunday 9th September

Pilgrimage Day

 

Parallel Programme Events

A parallel programme of Events to complement the main programme will be taking place with events across the city. The parallel programme is also known as the fringe programme. A guide to the events has been produced which you can download by clicking here.

Events by day

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Fringe Day 1 Fringe Day 2 Fringe Day 3

 

A venue map showing where all the Parallel Programme activities are taking place can be downloaded from the Archdiocesan Adoremus page

 http://www.liverpoolcatholic.org.uk/adoremus

Click on the locations below to see what events are being hosted at the various venues.

Events by location

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BishopEton 9 Days

 

What to expect … 

The special novena service at 7pm  will be individually themed each evening.  At these evening sessions, you will be given the opportunity to reflect on your spiritual life, where you are and where you are going…in a comfortable, non-threatening and loving environment.

Confession will also be available after each evening service.

The team …

FrCorrigan BroMike BroRoyston
Fr. Charlie C.Ss.R  Bro. Mike C.Ss.R     Bro. Royston C.Ss.R

 

Who are the Redemptorists?

Founded in 1732 by St. Alphonsus Liguori to be a congregation of Priests and Brothers who work tirelessly for the poor and most abandoned under the banner and motto:

With Him, there is plentiful redemption.

We live together in community, trying to live an apostolic life focussed around the Eucharist, the Divine Office and our Apostolic ministries.

Our Mother of Perpetual Succour…

The Redemptorists were given the icon by Pope Pius IX in 1866 more than 150 years ago, who told us:

“Make her known throughout the world.”

As part of that brief, once a year we especially gather together for nine days (culminating with the feast) to venerate this Icon of the Mother of God, to ask for her loving intercession and to express our gratitude for all the many graces she has won for us through her Son.

Unable to Travel ?

You can pray the Novena at home, uniting your prayers with ours. The Redemptorists have set up a website to enable people with no access to the Perpetual Novena or unable to get to a Perpetual Novena to set up Home Novena group.

Simply go to http://novena-at-home.redemptorists.co.uk/

 

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Parish of Saint Mary (Woolton)stmarysicon
Served by the Redemptorists
Church Road, Woolton, Liverpool L25 5JF. 
Tel: 0151-428-2256
E-mail:  Web: www.stmaryswoolton.org.uk 

Parish Priest: Father Tim Buckley C.Ss.R. 

Bishop Eton:  0151-722-1108

Assistant: Father Charles E Randall C.Ss.R

Deacon: Rev Bernard Rigby
Parish Administrator: Ann O’Neill

Liverpool Roman Catholic Archdiocesan Trustees Incorporated— charity number 232709

 

 

Thirty Second Sunday of Ordinary Time (Year B)

10th & 11th November 2018

 

Sat 10th

THIRTY SECOND SUNDAY

OF ORDINARY

TIME (Year B)

5.30pm Stephen Flattery (A)
Sun 11th 9.00am People of the Parish
11.00am

 Those who have died

in war

Mon 12th 9.00am

Avis Carrick (A)

Tue 13th 12 noon

Tommy&Teresa Byrne(A)

Wed 14th

12 noon

Brendan Tierney (RIP)

Thu 15th

 

9.00am

Joan Mellor (LD)

Fri 16th

 

9.00am

Ted Dillon (LD)

Sat 17th

 

12 noon Joe McShea (LD)

THIRTY THIRD SUNDAY

OF ORDINARY

TIME (Year B)

5.30pm People of the Parish
Sun 18th 9.00am Teresa Donnelly (LD)
11.00am

John Mohan (A)

Confessions: Saturday 11.00 am-11.45 am

Morning Prayer: Monday & Friday 8:40am

Exposition and Benediction: 6.00pm-7.00pm

Please remember in your prayers all those who are sick:
Mary B, Lyn S, George Hm George H, Vincent H, Joseph L, Dawn M, Anna M, Lydia B, Alf C, Adrian & Margaret D, Antoinette L, Eileen N, Marie R, Bernard J, Fr Gabriel C.Ss.R, Fr Barrie C.Ss.R, Fr Tony C.Ss.R, Kenny R, Michael W,  Sheila O’N, Peter G and Patrick M
Those who have recently died including
and those whose anniversaries occur about this time
    

Funeral Service this week: This Tuesday 13 November at 10:00am for Elizabeth McCaffrey (RIP).

FROM FR TIM:

REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY:

Remembrance Sunday

As the centenary of the Armistice at the end of the First World, today carries very special significance. Like me, many of you will have direct connections with those who fought in what was supposed to be the war to end all wars. As we remember and have our special services at the War Memorials, I suggest we redouble our prayers for peace and vow to do all we can to end the conflict in our own lives 

The Redemptorists of the London Province lost two priests in the First World War Fr Bernard Kavanagh C.SsR and Fr Charles Watson C.Ss.R.  Recently Fr Richard visited Fr Kavanagh's grave in Jerusalem, see more on the Province website click here

Anniversary of the Foundation of the Redemptorists

Last Friday, the Feast of the Dedication of the Lateran Basilica, Redemptorists all over the world celebrated their 286th Birthday. At this time, Fr Michael Brehl, our General, has asked us to pray for God’s special blessing on our missionary vocation. His message for today (Redemptorist Vocation's Sunday) can be read by clicking here.

Synod2020Open Meeting:

There will be a meeting, open to all those who are interested, to reflect on the responses to our recent questionnaire and to select our parish representative for the Diocesan Synod in our Parish Centre on Monday 26 November at 7.00pm. We will have an independent chairperson: someone who is not a parishioner and with a wealth of experience in the field has offered his services.

Please remember the questionnaire arose from Pope Francis’s letter to“The People of God” and Fr Michael Brehl’s letter to the Redemptorists. Both are available via our website.

FR BARRIE O’TOOLE:

I managed to visit Fr Barrie last Thursday and we had some quality time together. His wonderful sister, Pat, cares lovingly for him and we are immensely grateful to her. He was in good form, but he is weaker and now needs a walking frame. He assured me that the medics are keeping him pain-free. He is very grateful for all your concern and your prayers and asked me to greet you all and assure you of his prayers for us.

COMINGS AND GOINGS:

Fr Andrew has been in Madrid since Wednesday but returns this Sunday evening. Fr Charles will be making his personal retreat at St Beuno’s this week. Fr Henesy has made his usual speedy recovery from a second cataract operation and is already back in action.

Volunteers and Car Insurance

PARISH VOLUNTEERS PLEASE NOTE: During a recent parish Health and Safety Audit, Kevin Harvey (Archdiocesan H&S Officer) flagged up an issue that has arisen in some parishes around the archdiocese. There have been instances of parishioners who have had traffic incidents travelling to and from church and their insurers have not settled the claim due to being unaware of the drivers’ voluntary duties. If you do any regular jobs at, or on behalf of the church (e.g. cleaning, counting money, Eucharistic Ministers visiting the sick and housebound etc.) and you use your car, please inform your motor insurers that you do voluntary work at the church. There should be no increase in your premium, but it is still advisable to inform them. Thank you.

LAUNCH OF ST MARY’S COMMUNITY THEATRE

On Monday 3 December from 6:00pm-7:30pm in the parish hall. The event will take place on the first Monday of each month and is open to pupils in Years 6-10, though older and younger children will be made welcome. For further information please contact Jen Monkhouse on 07800572434.

HARMONY CAFĖ:

At St James this Sunday 11 November 6:00pm for 6:30pm start. All welcome!

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RYM 18-40 GROUP:  Pizza and Pub Quiz. Meet at 7:15pm this Tuesday 13 November at the Elephant, Woolton for 2for1     pizza (other meals available) then a Fun Pub Quiz afterwards. Please let us know if you are coming, as we need to book a table for the exact number.

UCM PLEASE NOTE:

There will be no meeting this Wednesday 14 November due to the Holywell Retreat Day.

YouthJandPgroupJ&PYG:

Meet this Friday 16 November from 6:30pm -8:30pm in St Mary’s hall.

PRISONERS OF CONSCIENCE - CHRISTMAS CARDS:

Will be on sale after all the Masses next weekend 17/18 November. Thank you in advance!

SPUC COFFEE MORNING:

Next Sunday 18 November 10:00am – 12:30pm in the parish hall. All welcome!

WHY WE NEED MORE DEACONS:

Archbishop Malcolm McMahon will host an evening for men who may be wondering if they are called to serve as deacons and what the formation involves. Wives, priests and deacons are also welcome. On Tuesday 20 November 7:30pm-9:00pm (Refreshments available from 7:00pm) at St Mary’s Parish Centre, Broadfield Drive, Leyland PR25 1PD. For more details phone 0151- 552-1042 or e-mail:  

‘CHRISTMAS SPECIAL’ AFTERNOON TEA AND SINGALONG:

This will take place on Friday 30 November 2018 2:00pm-4: 00 pm in the parish hall. This event is open to all and especially those people living with dementia and their carers.

LAST FRIDAY OF THE MONTH POSTER

STREET CHILD AFRICA:

‘Songs from the Shows’ Friday 30 November in the Fisher-More hall, Bishop Eton. Tickets are £12.50 and include a Hot Supper from Jean on 722- 9833 or Cath on 722-3286.

MEN’S CURRY NIGHT AT ST PETER’S HUB:

Will take place on Friday 30 November from 7:00pm. Tickets £15.00 available from St. Peter’s Hub on 0151 428 6810 or Andy on 07966033648. Soft Drinks provided bring your own alcoholic drinks.

CHRISTMAS DAY MEAL 2018: 

If you would like to attend this event on 25 December 1:00pm- 4:00pm in St Mary's parish hall, please contact Anita or Natasha at or 4281108 by the 16 November at the latest, so we have final numbers and can organise food & catering requirements.

PARISH WALKING GROUP: Join us for a local walk from Chester to Bache on Saturday 1 December 2018. For further details see the notice board in porch.  There is an optional meal available after the walk.

KSC COUNCIL 9 - ANNUAL SPONSORED WALK: The KSC wants to thank everyone who supported their sponsored walk in aid of ‘The Whitechapel Centre’. The total amount raised will be announced as soon as it is available. Thank you once again for your overwhelming support of this deserving charity!

SVP THANK YOU: The SVP wish to thank everyone who contributed to the management of the healing Mass and lunch last Saturday. In particular Fr Tim and Fr Jim and all who helped to serve the lunch and clear up afterwards, also to the volunteer drivers, without the help of all concerned it would not have been the successful and memorable occasion it turned out to be!.

WALKING IN THE SPIRIT:

Cor et Lumen Christi Community, Wigton are pleased to be able to offer their next event “Walking in the Spirit” which will be held on the 24th-25th Nov in Preston. The conference is an opportunity to be inspired, encouraged and equipped to draw closer to our heavenly Father, so that walking in step with Jesus His Son, we can share the power and love of the Holy Spirit. For more information about the conference contact Niklas Carlsson on 016973 45623 or 07588 159 341. See the poster in the porch

JUST AS I AM HYMNS TOUR:

An African Children’s Choir featuring Bishop Martin CE Primary School will be at St Peter’s Church on Thursday 6 December at 7:00pm. Tickets £7adult, £4 child and £20 family, available from the Hub.

CRIB FESTIVAL:

At Christ the King church Thursday 6 December -Saturday 8 December. If you have a Crib or Nativity with a story to it and you would like to display it. Contact the office on 722-2231. The festival is to raise funds for the Bethlehem Crèche in the Holy Land.

CONCERTS AT THE METROPOLITAN CATHEDRAL

SEPTEMBER 2018 TO FEBRUARY 2019:

See the leaflets in the porch.

USED POSTAGE STAMPS FOR THE MISSIONS:

Please, could you put your used stamps in the box in the porch, to raise funds for the Missions? Thank you!

NEXT WEEK: Thirty-Third Sunday of Ordinary Time Year B.

BIDDING PRAYERS:  C. Chapman                    

LINEN: Gill 

TEA, COFFEE AND BISCUITS:

Served every Sunday after the 11:00am Mass in the parish hall. A warm welcome awaits you and it’s a great opportunity to meet other parishioners. Please do come and join us.

Parish of Saint Mary (Woolton)stmarysicon
Served by the Redemptorists
Church Road, Woolton, Liverpool L25 5JF. 
Tel: 0151-428-2256
E-mail:  Web: www.stmaryswoolton.org.uk 

Parish Priest: Father Tim Buckley C.Ss.R. 

Bishop Eton:  0151-722-1108

Assistant: Father Charles E Randall C.Ss.R

Deacon: Rev Bernard Rigby
Parish Administrator: Ann O’Neill

Liverpool Roman Catholic Archdiocesan Trustees Incorporated— charity number 232709

 

 

Thirty First Sunday of Ordinary Time (Year B)

3rd & 4th November 2018

 

Sat 3rd

THIRTY FIRST SUNDAY

OF ORDINARY

TIME (Year B)

5.30pm Terry Donnelly (LD)
Sun 4th 9.00am  Ann Cullen (A)
11.00am People of the Parish
Mon 5th 9.00am

Len Meyer (A)

Tue 6th  Spanish Martyrs C.Ss.R 12 noon

Peter Stranack (A)

Wed 7th

12 noon

Christopher, Kevin &

Gerald Hughes (RIP)

Thu 8th

 

9.00am

 Douglas Newbold (A)

Fri 9th

 Dedication of the

Lateran Basilica

9.00am

Sharon O’Driscoll (B/A)

Sat 10th

 St Leo the Great

12 noon REMEMBRANCE MASS

THIRTY SECOND SUNDAY

OF ORDINARY

TIME (Year B)

5.30pm Stephen Flattery (A)
Sun 11th 9.00am  People of the Parish
11.00am

 Those who have died

in war

Confessions: Saturday 11.00 am-11.45 am

Morning Prayer: Monday & Friday 8:40am

Exposition and Benediction: 6.00pm-7.00pm

Please remember in your prayers all those who are sick:
Lyn S, George Hm George H, Vincent H, Joseph L, Dawn M, Anna M, Lydia B, Alf C, Adrian & Margaret D, Antoinette L, Eileen N, Marie R, Bernard J, Fr Gabriel C.Ss.R, Fr Barrie C.Ss.R, Fr Tony C.Ss.R, Kenny R, Michael W,  Sheila O’N, Peter G and Patrick M
Those who have recently died including
and those whose anniversaries occur about this time
    

FROM FR TIM:

EXCHANGE OF DEACONS (Pastoral Area Initiative): This weekend we welcome Deacon Tony Downes (Christ the King) to our parish. Just as we swapped priests a few months ago, so it was agreed that a similar initiative with the deacons would encourage us to think about the need for more and more collaborative ministering to one another. It may be that this will inspire some in the parish to consider the vocation of the permanent diaconate: if so, you can always contact Fr Chris Fallon, on 07932 648221) for more information.

QUESTIONNAIRE: ‘Thank you’ to the few hundred in both parishes who took the trouble to return the questionnaires. We have done an initial analysis and obviously one of the key questions concerned whether we should arrange a meeting to discuss the issues. Fascinatingly, while the majority said the parishes should address the issues, less than half said they would attend a meeting. Because there is another issue which needs addressing – namely finding a representative from each parish, plus others from the pastoral area to be members of the Diocesan Synod – may I suggest that we have meetings, sensitively exploring what you wish to talk about and seeing whether members for the Synod emerge in the course of the discussions? I will propose dates next weekend.

NOVEMBER 9th (Dedication of the Lateran Basilica): Next Friday is a special day for the Redemptorists because it marks the 286th Birthday of the Congregation. Our Father General has asked the confrères across the world to use next Sunday as a special day of prayer for our missionary vocation. I hope we can keep this intention in mind, but I am very conscious that next Sunday marks the centenary of the Armistice that brought the First World War to an end. It will be a very special Remembrance Sunday and we will have our annual services at the War Memorials in both parishes.

COMINGS AND GOINGS: This weekend, Fr Andrew is away for the second of three successive weekends on Marriage Encounter business. Fr Henesy had a second cataract operation on Friday and one or two of the community have been under the weather during the past week. Hopefully, with the help of the visiting deacons, we will manage.

MASS OF REMEMBRANCE: On Saturday 10 November the 12noon Mass will be offered to remember and celebrate the lives of all our loved ones. We will especially remember those who have died in this past year and those who still grieve for them. Refreshments are available after Mass in the parish hall. All welcome!

PARISH VOLUNTEERS PLEASE NOTE: During a recent parish Health and Safety Audit, Kevin Harvey (Archdiocesan  H&S Officer) flagged up an issue that has arisen in some parishes around the archdiocese. There have been instances of parishioners who have had traffic incidents travelling to and from church and their insurers have not settled the claim due to being unaware of the drivers’ voluntary duties. If you do any regular jobs at, or on behalf of the church (e.g. cleaning, counting money, Eucharistic Ministers visiting the sick and housebound etc), and you use your car, please inform your motor insurers that you do voluntary work at church. There should be no increase in your premium, but it is still advisable to inform them. Thank you.

NEW WOOLTON ART GROUP: Painting is where happiness lies! Come and join us at St Mary’s hall on a Tuesday 2:00 pm- 4:00 pm cost £3.00. Places are limited!  To book contact Linda on 07922736537 or 0151- 208-0914.

RYM GROUP: Sunday 4 November monthly Mass, food and drinks 6:00 pm at Bishop Eton then to the Childwall Abbey.

EVENING PRAYER: With Pastoral Area Clergy this Wednesday 7 November at 6:00pm in Hope University Chapel.

PRISONERS OF CONSCIENCE - CHRISTMAS CARDS: Will be on sale after all the Masses on the weekend of the 17/18 November. Thank you in advance!

SPUC COFFEE MORNING: Sunday 18 November 10:00 am – 12:30 pm in the parish hall. All welcome!

WHY WE NEED MORE DEACONS: Archbishop Malcolm McMahon will host an evening for men who may be wondering if they are called to serve as deacons and what the formation involves. Wives, priests and deacons are also welcome. On Tuesday 20 November 7:30pm-9:00pm (Refreshments available from 7:00pm) at St Mary’s Parish Centre, Broadfield Drive, Leyland PR25 1PD. For more details phone 0151- 552-1042 or e-mail:

PARENTALK – THE PRIMARY YEARS: This is a six-week course in The Hub at St. Peter’s. Starts this Tuesday 30 October 10.30am-12Noon. 6, 13, 20, 27 November & 4 December. Tea/coffee & cakes will be available. Contact Jen on 0151 428 6810 or email: to book your FREE place. Pre-schoolers welcome by agreement. Please see flyers at the back of church.

CHRISTMAS DAY MEAL 2018:  In St Mary's parish hall 1:00pm-4:00pm. This is a collaborative community event, sponsored by Tesco in Woolton Village. 

The meal will be free for anyone who will be on their own Christmas Day, irrespective of religion or income. It is not a charitable event, but simply a way of offering fellowship & community on such an important day of the year.

If you would like to attend or simply to volunteer help at some point during the day, please contact Anita on 0151 4281108 or 07387576741. Alternatively, e-mail Anita or Natasha at:  

KSC CHARITY NIGHT:  This Saturday 10 November at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Social Club, High Park Street, L8 8XD featuring Freddie Lloyd. Tickets £5 from Pat McGann on 07825236064 or pay at the door. There will be a Bingo and a Raffle. Prizes for the raffle would be appreciated. Thank you!

KSC COUNCIL 9 - ANNUAL SPONSORED WALK: The KSC wants to thank everyone who supported their sponsored walk in aid of ‘The Whitechapel Centre’. The total amount raised will be announced as soon as it is available. Thank you once again for your overwhelming support of this deserving charity!

MISSION MONDAYS: First Monday of every month 8:00pm-9:30pm at St Emilie’s, Oakhill Park, L13 4BP. See Poster!

SPUC WALK 13 OCTOBER 2018: Richard Benson would like to meet people in the porch at the end of Mass who are willing to sponsor him on completion of the walk.

PARISH WALKING GROUP: Join us for a local walk from Chester to Bache on  Saturday 24 November 2018. For further details see the notice board in porch.  There is an optional meal available after the walk. 

WIRRAL COASTAL WALK 2018: For the Alzheimer’s Society raised £301. A thank you letter from the society is on the notice board in the porch. Regards in Christ, Richard Benson.

NUGENT-VOLUNTEERS REQUIRED: To help at their shop on Allerton Road. For more details contact Colin Pryor on 0151 261 2041/ 07909925594.

CONCERTS AT THE METROPOLITAN CATHEDRAL SEPTEMBER 2018 TO FEBRUARY 2019: See the leaflets in the porch.

USED POSTAGE STAMPS FOR THE MISSIONS: Please could you put your used stamps in the box in the porch, to raise funds for the Missions. Thank you!

NEXT WEEK: Thirty-Second Sunday of Ordinary Time Year B.

BIDDING PRAYERS: J. Britten. 

 LINEN:  D. King

 

TEA, COFFEE AND BISCUITS:

Served every Sunday after the 11:00am Mass in the parish hall. A warm welcome awaits you and it’s a great opportunity to meet other parishioners. Please do come and join us.

Parish of Saint Mary (Woolton)stmarysicon
Served by the Redemptorists
Church Road, Woolton, Liverpool L25 5JF. 
Tel: 0151-428-2256
E-mail:  Web: www.stmaryswoolton.org.uk 

Parish Priest: Father Tim Buckley C.Ss.R. 

Bishop Eton:  0151-722-1108

Assistant: Father Charles E Randall C.Ss.R

Deacon: Rev Bernard Rigby
Parish Administrator: Ann O’Neill

Liverpool Roman Catholic Archdiocesan Trustees Incorporated— charity number 232709

 

 

Thirtieth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Year B)

27th & 28th October 2018

 

Sat 27th

THIRTIETH SUNDAY

OF ORDINARY

TIME (Year B)

5.30pm People of the Parish
Sun 28th 9.00am Millie McAlevy (LD)
11.00am Peter Prenton (B/A
Mon 29th 9.00am

 Sarah Rice (RIP)

Tue 30th 12 noon

 Joe Griffiths (A)

Wed 31st

 Vigil Mass

7.00pm

 Holy Souls

Thu 1st

 All Saints

12 noon

 Reinhard Putzer (A)

Fri 2nd

 

9.00am

Angela Mullen (B/A) 

Sat 3rd

12 noon  Sr Aquinas (Sp/Int)

THIRTY FIRST SUNDAY

OF ORDINARY

TIME (Year B)

5.30pm  Terry Donnelly (LD)
Sun 4th 9.00am  Ann Cullen (A)
11.00am  People of the Parish

Confessions: Saturday 11.00 am-11.45 am

Morning Prayer: Monday & Friday 8:40am

Exposition and Benediction: 6.00pm-7.00pm

Please remember in your prayers all those who are sick:
Lyn S, George Hm George H, Vincent H, Joseph L, Dawn M, Anna M, Lydia B, Alf C, Adrian & Margaret D, Antoinette L, Eileen N, Marie R, Bernard J, Fr Gabriel C.Ss.R, Fr Barrie C.Ss.R, Fr Tony C.Ss.R, Kenny R, Michael W,  Sheila O’N Peter G and Patrick M
Those who have recently died including
and those whose anniversaries occur about this time
   

 FROM FR TIM:

THURSDAY IS THE SOLEMNITY OF ALL SAINTS (Holiday of Obligation): Remember there will be a Vigil Mass at 7:00pm in St Mary’s on Wednesday evening and an extra Mass in Bishop Eton at 7.30pm on Thursday.

FRIDAY IS THE COMMEMORATION OF ALL SOULS: As usual there will be a box in the church throughout November for the names of all our loved ones who have died.

QUESTIONNAIRE: I hope you have remembered to fill in and return your questionnaires so that we can get a snapshot of how people are feeling. It was good to receive encouraging comments about the initiative.

REDEMPTORIST QUESTIONNAIRE:

Fr Michael Brehl, the Redemptorist General, has asked us to take seriously Pope Francis’s request that all of us should seek to heal the wounds of the scandals that have so badly damaged the Body of Christ, the Church.

I am grateful to Fr Michael Henesy who has crafted a straightforward anonymous questionnaire, which will provide a springboard for us to begin to respond.

Please, please return them! The Response box is in the Porch until after the 11am Mass today. We want to hear from as many people as possible in both parishes. THANK YOU. This will also provide us with a unique way of beginning to respond to the invitation of the Synod to consult widely.

HALF-TERM: I hope those who were able to enjoy a break are returning refreshed for the run-in to Christmas. I managed to slip away myself for three days last week.

PASTORAL AREA DEACON SWAP - TOWARDS SYNOD 2020: As we continue to deepen our collaborative ministry in the Pastoral Area, next weekend we welcome deacon Tony Downes from Christ the King and Our Lady’s parish. Tony will preach at all of the Masses next weekend.

ST MARY’S AND BISHOP ETON WOMEN’S GROUP: Meet this Tuesday 30 October at 12:30pm in the Fisher More Hall. Janet Hollinshead will be talking about the War Memorial in Bishop Eton's grounds. Tea and Coffee are available bring your own packed lunch.

NEW WOOLTON ART GROUP: Painting is where happiness lies! Come and join us at St Mary’s hall on a Tuesday 2:00pm- 4:00pm cost £3.00. Places are limited!  To book contact Linda on 07922736537 or 0151- 208-0914.

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RYM 18-40 GROUP: Meet this Tuesday 30 October in the Fisher-More hall exploring Scripture and a Saints Quiz for All Saints Day followed by games and snacks in the hall!

RYM 18-40 GROUP:  Sunday 4 November monthly Mass 6:00pm at Bishop Eton.

Synod2020SYNOD 2020: This Tuesday 30 October 2018 at 7:30pm-9:00pm there is an Open Meeting at LACE, Croxteth Drive L17 1AA to discuss the Synod. All welcome!

Remember, the Archbishop wants us to tell everyone we can about the

Synod. Please keep the Synod in your prayers. 

Log on to synod2020.co.uk for all the latest news.

J&PYG: Meet this Friday 2 November in the Fisher-More hall from 6:30pm-8:30pm.

SVP HEALING MASS AND LUNCH: A Mass for the sick and housebound this Saturday 3 November at 12noon,  followed by lunch in the parish hall. Transport to and from the event will be available. If you would like to attend, please contact either Jim Carson 428-1108, David Keane 428-2509 or Angela Rigby 428-9133. The SVP would welcome any volunteer drivers to assist with the transport arrangements. Thank you!

ST FRANCIS XAVIER’S COLLEGE: For applications for a place in Year 7 in September 2019, please contact the school directly on 0151 288 1000 or email:  for a form, to be returned by this Wednesday 31st!

BLESSED OSCAR ROMERO: was canonised on 14 October 2018. A thanksgiving Mass will be celebrated at the Cathedral by Archbishop Malcolm McMahon this Sunday 28 October at 11:00am. All welcome!

SPUC COFFEE MORNING: Sunday 18 November 10:00am – 12:30pm in the parish hall. All welcome.

WHY WE NEED MORE DEACONS: Archbishop Malcolm McMahon will host an evening for men who may be wondering if they are called to serve as deacons and what the formation involves. Wives, priests and deacons are also welcome. On Tuesday 20 November 7:30pm-9:00pm (Refreshments available from 7:00pm) at St Mary’s Parish Centre, Broadfield Drive, Leyland PR25 1PD. For more details phone 0151- 552-1042 or e-mail:

PARENTALK – THE PRIMARY YEARS: This is a six-week course in The Hub at St. Peter’s. Starts this Tuesday 30 October 10.30am-12Noon. 6, 13, 20, 27 November & 4 December. Tea/coffee & cakes will be available. Contact Jen on 0151 428 6810 or email: to book your FREE place. Pre-schoolers welcome by agreement. Please see flyers at the back of church.

CHRISTMAS DAY MEAL 2018:  In St Mary's parish hall 1:00pm-4:00pm. This is a collaborative community event, sponsored by Tesco in Woolton Village. 

The meal will be free for anyone who will be on their own Christmas Day, irrespective of religion or income. It is not a charitable event, but simply a way of offering fellowship & community on such an important day of the year.

If you would like to attend or simply to volunteer help at some point during the day, please contact Anita on 0151 4281108 or 07387576741. Alternatively, e-mail Anita or Natasha at:  

KSC CHARITY NIGHT: Saturday 10 November at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Social Club, High Park Street, L8 8XD featuring Freddie Lloyd. Tickets £5 from Pat McGann on 07825236064 or pay at the door. There will be a Bingo and a Raffle. Prizes for the raffle would be appreciated. Thank you!

KSC COUNCIL 9 - ANNUAL SPONSORED WALK: The KSC wants to thank everyone who supported their sponsored walk in aid of ‘The Whitechapel Centre’. The total amount raised will be announced as soon as it is available. Thank you once again for your overwhelming support of this deserving charity!

NUGENT-VOLUNTEERS REQUIRED: To help at their shop on Allerton Road. For more details contact Colin Pryor on 0151 261 2041/ 07909925594.

Nugent Shop Vols poster

CONCERTS AT THE METROPOLITAN CATHEDRAL SEPTEMBER 2018 TO FEBRUARY 2019: See the leaflets in the porch.

USED POSTAGE STAMPS FOR THE MISSIONS: Please could you put your used stamps in the box in the porch, to raise funds for the Missions. Thank you!

NEXT WEEK: Thirty-First Sunday of Ordinary Time Year B.

BIDDING PRAYERS: All Saints: G. Bickerstaff.              

Thirty-First Sunday: M .Lowe.

LINEN:  Geraldine.

TEA, COFFEE AND BISCUITS:

Served every Sunday after the 11:00am Mass in the parish hall. A warm welcome awaits you and it’s a great opportunity to meet other parishioners. Please do come and join us.

Parish of Saint Mary (Woolton)stmarysicon
Served by the Redemptorists
Church Road, Woolton, Liverpool L25 5JF. 
Tel: 0151-428-2256
E-mail:  Web: www.stmaryswoolton.org.uk 

Parish Priest: Father Tim Buckley C.Ss.R. 

Bishop Eton:  0151-722-1108

Assistant: Father Charles E Randall C.Ss.R

Deacon: Rev Bernard Rigby
Parish Administrator: Ann O’Neill

Liverpool Roman Catholic Archdiocesan Trustees Incorporated— charity number 232709

 

 

Twenty Ninth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Year B)

20th& 21st October 2018

 

Sat 20th

TWENTY-NINTH SUNDAY OF

ORDINARY TIME

 (Year B)

SYNOD SUNDAY

5.30pm Laura Sellers (LD)
Sun 21st 9.00am Nicole Ferguson (RIP)
11.00am People of the Parish 
Mon 22nd St John Paul II  9.00am

Michael Bramwell (A) 

Tue 23rd 12 noon

 Harry Patrick (A)

Wed 24th

12 noon

Julie Flynn (B/A) 

Thu 25th

 

9.00am

Thuraya Razoqi (LD) 

Fri 26th

 

9.00am

Michael Rutledge (LD) 

Sat 27th

12 noon Gregory Holmes (RIP) 

THIRTIETH SUNDAY OF

ORDINARY TIME

(YEAR B)

5.30pm People of the Parish 
Sun 38th 9.00am Millie McAlevy (LD) 
11.00am Peter Prenton (B/A) 

Confessions: Saturday 11.00 am-11.45 am

Morning Prayer: Monday & Friday 8:40am

Exposition and Benediction: 6.30pm-7.30pm

Please remember in your prayers all those who are sick:
George H, Vincent H, Joseph L, Dawn M, Anna M, Lydia B, Alf C, Adrian & Margaret D, Antoinette L, Eileen N, Marie R, Bernard J, Fr Gabriel C.Ss.R, Fr Barrie C.Ss.R, Fr Tony C.Ss.R, Kenny R, Michael W,  Sheila O’N Peter G and Patrick M
Those who have recently died including
John White
and those whose anniversaries occur about this time
   

Funeral Service this week:  Monday 22 October at 12:00noon for John White (RIP). 

 

FROM FR TIM:

SYNOD SUNDAY: Archbishop Malcolm’s Pastoral Letter will be read at all the Masses this weekend.

Synod2020The clergy had a very helpful day last Wednesday, learning to understand the nature and process of the Synod. We are being called to “WALK TOGETHER” (note the children’s footprints around the church) and I believe it does provide us all with a wonderful opportunity to listen to one another, but more importantly to listen to the promptings of God’s Holy Spirit.

There is now a dedicated Synod Website https://synod2020.co.uk/

REDEMPTORIST QUESTIONNAIRE: Fr Michael Brehl, the Redemptorist General, has asked us to take seriously Pope Francis’s request that all of us should seek to heal the wounds of the scandals that have so badly damaged the Body of Christ, the Church. I am grateful to Fr Michael Henesy who has crafted a straightforward anonymous questionnaire, which will provide a springboard for us to begin to respond.

Please, please take copies and return them, if possible, by next weekend. There will be a box in the porch throughout the week or you may return them to the presbytery when the church is closed.

Also, please take copies for people whom you know are away or not attending church these days.

We want to hear from as many people as possible in both parishes. THANK YOU.

If you are not at Mass this weekend or run out of copies for friends please download a copy of the Questionnaire.  Click here.

This will also provide us with a unique way of beginning to respond to the invitation of the Synod to consult widely.

HALF-TERM: We hope pupils and staff will enjoy the break during the coming week.

ALTAR SERVERS: Last chance altar servers’ practice on Saturday 27 October at 10:00am. Any aspiring servers who still wish to serve please come along. Existing or newly-trained servers also welcome. Any who have not returned forms, please contact the parish office. 

UCM MEETING: Wednesday 24 October at 12:30 in the parish hall. Looking forward to seeing UCM members and any other Ladies who would like to attend will be made very welcome. Please bring your lunch!

NEW WOOLTON ART GROUP: Painting is where happiness lies! Come and join us at St Mary’s hall this Tuesday 23 October 2:00pm- 4:00pm cost £3.00. Places are limited!  To book contact Linda on 07922736537 or 0151- 208-0914.

SVP HEALING MASS AND LUNCH: A Mass for the sick and housebound on Saturday 3 November at 12noon is followed by lunch in the parish hall. Transport to and from the event will be available. If you would like to attend, please contact either Jim Carson 428-1108, David Keane 428-2509 or Angela Rigby 428-9133. The SVP would welcome any volunteer drivers to assist with the transport arrangements. Thank you!

ST FRANCIS XAVIER’S COLLEGE: For applications for a place in Year 7 in September 2019, please contact the school directly on 0151 288 1000 or email:  for a form, to be returned by 31 October 2018.

STRICTLY NUGENT 2018:  Father Conor Stainton-Polland of St Matthew’s, Liverpool is taking part in Strictly Nugent 2018.  This fundraising event takes place at St Georges Hall on Saturday 27 October.  Meal tickets at £75.00 per head, or if any parishioners would like to come along and support Father Conor, there are ‘show only’ tickets for £25.00. Please see poster in porch. For further details.

BLESSED OSCAR ROMERO: was canonised on 14 October 2018. A thanksgiving Mass will be celebrated at the Cathedral by Archbishop Malcolm McMahon on Sunday 28 October at 11:00am. All welcome!

A WEEK OF ACCOMPANIED PRAYER: The Cenacle is holding a Week of Accompanied Prayer from this Sunday 21 October -Sunday 28 October. For further details please contact either Jo Busby 07974891597 or Sr Winnie 0151- 722--2271 or call in to the Cenacle.

WHY WE NEED MORE DEACONS: Archbishop Malcolm McMahon will host an evening for men who may be wondering if they are called to serve as deacons and what the formation involves. Wives, priests and deacons are also welcome. On Tuesday 20 November 7:30pm-9:00pm (Refreshments available from 7:00pm) at St Mary’s Parish Centre, Broadfield Drive, Leyland PR25 1PD. For more details phone 0151- 552-1042 or e-mail:

PARENTALK – THE PRIMARY YEARS: This is a  six-week course in The Hub at St. Peter’s. Starts Tuesday 30 October 10.30am-12Noon. 6, 13, 20, 27 Nov & 4 Dec. Tea/coffee & cakes will be available. Contact Jen on 0151 428 6810 or email: to book your FREE place. Pre-schoolers welcome by agreement. Please see  flyers at the back of church.

CHRISTMAS DAY MEAL 2018:  In St Mary's parish hall 1:00pm-4:00pm. This is a collaborative community event, sponsored by Tesco in Woolton Village. 

The meal will be free for anyone who will be on their own Christmas Day, irrespective of religion or income. It is not a charitable event, but simply a way of offering fellowship & community on such an important day of the year.

If you would like to attend or simply to volunteer help at some point during the day, please contact Anita on 0151 4281108 or 07387576741. Alternatively, e-mail Anita or Natasha at:   

KSC CHARITY NIGHT: Saturday 10 November at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Social Club, High Park Street, L8 8XD featuring Freddie Lloyd. Tickets £5 from Pat McGann on 07825236064  or pay at the door. There will be a Bingo and a Raffle. Prizes for the raffle would be appreciated. Thank you!

KSC COUNCIL 9 - ANNUAL SPONSORED WALK: The KSC wants to thank everyone who supported their sponsored walk in aid of ‘The Whitechapel Centre’. The total amount raised will be announced as soon as it is available. Envelopes can still be handed in to the presbytery. Thank you once again for your overwhelming support of this deserving charity!

CONCERTS AT THE METROPOLITAN CATHEDRAL SEPTEMBER 2018 TO FEBRUARY 2019: See the leaflets in the porch.

A COMMEMORATION OF 100 YEARS SINCE WW1 AND THE SUFFRAGETTE MOVEMENT: The Ladies Group at St John Vianney, are holding a dance this Friday 26 October at St Mark’s Parish Club starting at 7:30pm. Tickets: £3.00 available from St Mark’s or Holy Family, or from the parish office on 486 9885.  Or you can pay on the door!

BOOKSHOP: Christmas cards and gifts are now on sale in the bookshop.

USED POSTAGE STAMPS FOR THE MISSIONS: Please could you put your used stamps in the box in the porch, to raise funds for the Missions. Thank you!

WORLD MISSION SUNDAY: There will be a retiring collection after all the Masses this weekend.

NEXT WEEK: Thirtieth Sunday of Ordinary Time Year B.

BIDDING PRAYERS: B. Rigby.                           

LINEN:  Dorothy.

TEA, COFFEE AND BISCUITS:

Served every Sunday after the 11:00am Mass in the parish hall. A warm welcome awaits you and it’s a great opportunity to meet other parishioners. Please do come and join us.

 

Parish of Saint Mary (Woolton)stmarysicon
Served by the Redemptorists
Church Road, Woolton, Liverpool L25 5JF. 
Tel: 0151-428-2256
E-mail:  Web: www.stmaryswoolton.org.uk 

Parish Priest: Father Tim Buckley C.Ss.R. 

Bishop Eton:  0151-722-1108

Assistant: Father Charles E Randall C.Ss.R

Deacon: Rev Bernard Rigby
Parish Administrator: Ann O’Neill

Liverpool Roman Catholic Archdiocesan Trustees Incorporated— charity number 232709

 

 

Twenty-Eighth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Year B)

13th & 14th October 2018

 

Sat 13th

TWENTY-EIGHTH SUNDAY

OF ORDINARY

TIME (Year B)

SCHOOL HARVEST MASS

5.30pm Phylis Clarke (LD)
Sun 14th 9.00am People of the Parish
11.00am Eileen O'Hare (A)
Mon 15th 9.00am

Lesley Turpin (LD)

Tue 16th 12 noon

Robert Allen (LD)

Wed 17th

12 noon

Betty Beaton (B/A)

Thu 18th

 

9.00am

Sue Hunt (RIP)

Fri 19th

 

12 noon

Requiem - Paula Burke (RIP)

Sat 20th

12 noon Maureen Adair

TWENTY-NINTH SUNDAY

OF ORDINARY

TIME (Year B)

5.30pm Laura Sellers (LD)
Sun 21st 9.00am Nicole Ferguson (RIP)
11.00am People of the Parish

Confessions: Saturday 11.00 am-11.45 am

Morning Prayer: Monday 8.40am

Exposition and Benediction: 6.30pm-7.30pm

Please remember in your prayers all those who are sick:
George H, Vincent H, Joseph L, Dawn M, Anna M, Lydia B, Alf C, Adrian & Margaret D, Antoinette L, Eileen N, Marie R, Bernard J, Fr Gabriel C.Ss.R, Fr Barrie C.Ss.R, Fr Tony C.Ss.R, Kenny R, Michael W,  Sheila O’N, Peter G and Patrick M
Those who have recently died including
Margaret Cronin and Charles Doyle
and those whose anniversaries occur about this time
   

Funeral Service this week:  Wednesday 17 October at 2:00pm for Margaret Cronin (RIP)

FROM FR TIM:

HARVEST MASS: At the 11am Mass today Fr Charles will celebrate the annual Harvest Mass with the children of Much Woolton School. As always, on behalf of all the recipients of your generosity, we thank the school and the families who do so much to prepare for this celebration and who ensure that the SVP have hampers to take to those parishioners who live alone or who will especially value this extra support.

Synod2020NEXT SUNDAY: SYNOD SUNDAY Archbishop Malcolm is writing a Pastoral Letter, which will be read at all the Masses next Sunday, helping us to understand and nature and objectives of the Diocesan Synod 2020.

In our two parishes, we will make a unique contribution to the discussions by offering you our Redemptorist Questionnaire, which is also a response to our Fr General’s request for us to take seriously Pope Francis’s request that the whole Church should seek to heal the hurt that has wounded us all.

st gerard majella

TUESDAY IS THE FEAST OF ST GERARD MAJELLA: After the noon Masses in both St Mary’s and Bishop Eton we will bless any infants and toddlers who are brought to the church as well as all mothers who wish to receive a blessing.

There will also be a blessing for any expectant mothers. You will be able to reverence the relic of St Gerard and medals of St Gerard will be available.

To learn more about St Gerard click here

BLESSED OSCAR ROMERO: is to be canonised on 14 October 2018. A thanksgiving Mass will be celebrated at the Cathedral by Archbishop Malcolm McMahon on Sunday 28 October at 11:00am. All welcome!

A WEEK OF ACCOMPANIED PRAYER:

After the inspiring time of ADOREMUS are you wondering how you may deepen your relationship with God?

Are you looking for a chance to reflect on your life; discover new ways of praying; to share your hopes and fears and have someone listen to you in confidence
The Cenacle we are offering an opportunity for this to happen. We are holding a Week of Accompanied Prayer from SUNDAY 21 OCTOBER -SUNDAY 28 OCTOBER.
It involves meeting with your guide each day for about 30 minutes and praying for 20-30 minutes each day on material they will provide. To sign up or for further details please contact either JO BUSBY 07974891597 or SR WINNIE 015- 722--2271 or call in to the Cenacle.

WHY WE NEED MORE DEACONS: Archbishop Malcolm McMahon will host an evening for men who may be wondering if they are called to serve as deacons and what the formation involves. Wives, priests and deacons are also welcome. On Tuesday 20 November 7:30pm-9:00pm (Refreshments available from 7:00 pm) at St Mary’s Parish Centre, Broadfield Drive, Leyland PR25 1PD. For more details phone 0151- 552-1042 or e-mail:

rymheader

RYM HOMELESS MISSION:  This Tuesday 16 October, meeting at 7:30pm at the Metropolitan Cathedral steps. If you have any items to donate bring them with you and a bag for life. Wear sensible clothing and shoes! Then we can go and have a drink in town!

PARISH LUNCH: Wednesday 17 October at 12:30pm in the parish hall. Please sign the list in the porch. All welcome!

MUCH WOOLTON CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL: There will be an Open Day this Thursday 18 October 2018 from 1:30pm-3:00pm and from 4:30pm-6:00pm. All children and parents interested in joining our thriving school community in September 2019 are warmly welcome to view our school. A short presentation will be held at the start of both sessions in the school hall.

J&PYG: Friday 19 October at 6:30 pm at Bishop Eton for Sponsored Walk in ‘Aid of Syrian Family Resettlement Programme’.

CAKES, BAKES AND FAITH: Join TV bakers Martha Collinson and Will Torrent for an evening of fun food and faith at St Peter’s Church this Thursday 18 October 2018 at 7:30pm.  Please register for your free ticket at www.tearfund.org/cakes

ST FRANCIS XAVIER’S COLLEGE: For applications for a place in Year 7 in September 2019, please contact the school directly on 0151 288 1000 or email:  for a form, to be returned by 31 October 2018.

NEW WOOLTON ART GROUP: Painting is where happiness lies! Come and join us at St Mary’s Hall on Tuesday 23 October 2:00 pm- 4:00 pm cost £3.00. Places are limited!  To book contact Linda on 07922736537 or 0151- 208-0914.

SVP HEALING MASS AND LUNCH: A Mass for the sick and housebound on Saturday 3 November at 12noon is followed by lunch in the parish hall. Transport to and from the event will be available. If you would like to attend, please contact either Jim Carson 428-1108, David Keane 428-2509 or Angela Rigby 428-9133. The SVP would welcome any volunteer drivers to assist with the transport arrangements. Thank you!

CHRISTMAS DAY MEAL 2018:  In St Mary's parish hall 1:00pm-4:00pm. This is a collaborative community event, hosted by RYMSt Mary's & Bishop Eton's SVP,St Peter's WooltonSt James' Woolton Woolton Community Life and sponsored by Tesco in Woolton Village. 

The meal will be free for anyone who will be on their own Christmas Day, irrespective of religion or income. It is not a charitable event, but simply a way of offering fellowship & community on such an important day of the year.
If you would like to attend or simply to volunteer help at some point during the day, please contact Anita on 0151 4281108 or 07387576741. Alternatively, e-mail Anita or Natasha at: 

KSC COUNCIL 9 - ANNUAL SPONSORED WALK: The KSC wants to thank everyone who supported their sponsored walk in aid of ‘The Whitechapel Centre’. The total amount raised will be announced as soon as it is available. Envelopes can still be handed in to the presbytery. Thank you once again for your overwhelming support of this deserving charity!

50 Faces’ of the Holy Land: is a photographic exhibition commissioned by the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England & Wales to highlight and promote the lives of the faithful in Israel, Gaza and the Occupied Territories. The photographs taken by Marcin Mazur show how the faces of people are marked with the history, the diversity, the joys and sufferings of the Holy Land. Each face tells a story. Each person, a memory.  It will be displayed in the Metropolitan Cathedral from 29 September - 21 October.

Archbishop Patrick will celebrate Mass in the Cathedral on Wednesday 17th October at 5.15 p.m. for the intention of the Christians of the Holy Land.
In the following video, the Bishops pray for Peace in the Holyland

CONCERTS AT THE METROPOLITAN CATHEDRAL SEPTEMBER 2018 TO FEBRUARY 2019: See the leaflets in the porch.

A COMMEMORATION OF 100 YEARS SINCE WW1 AND THE SUFFRAGETTE MOVEMENT: The Ladies Group at St John Vianney, are holding a dance on Friday 26 October at St Mark’s Parish Club starting at 7:30pm. Tickets: £3.00 available from St Mark’s or Holy Family, or from the parish office on 486 9885.  Or you can pay on the door!

BOOKSHOP: Christmas cards and gifts are now on sale in the bookshop.

USED POSTAGE STAMPS FOR THE MISSIONS: Please could you put your used stamps in the box in the porch, to raise funds for the Missions. Thank you!

CAFOD: There will be a retiring collection after all the Masses this weekend. Gift Aid envelopes are available at the back of church. Thank you!

NEXT WEEK: Twenty-Ninth Sunday of Ordinary Time Year B.

WORLD MISSION SUNDAY: There will be a retiring collection after all the Masses next weekend.

BIDDING PRAYERS: C. Chapman.

LINEN:  Gill.

TEA, COFFEE AND BISCUITS:

Served every Sunday after the 11:00am Mass in the parish hall. A warm welcome awaits you and it’s a great opportunity to meet other parishioners. Please do come and join us.