Items not in the Paper Version of the Bulletin.
The Bishop Eton One World Group are holding a spring lunch fundraiser at 60 Hope Street on Sunday 15 April. Tickets £25 available from Cath 07866 798 158 or Sara 07947 120 371 and Monastery reception.
Holy Hour for Vocations
Fr Richard has asked for people to make a Holy Hour for Vocations. Will you answer his call?
Upcoming RYM events
Youth Retreat late June 2018
We're planning a young adult retreat there in summer and I would HIGHLY recommend it! We'll be organising it and giving more information over the coming weeks, but in case you want to put it in your diaries now, it'll be Fri 29th June - Sun 1st July. If you are interested, please let Natasha or Anita know
Please watch the following video of Fr. Peter to learn more
Anyone who has been to Lourdes or Walsingham with Margaret Lloyds Halewood Group in the last 20 Years. There is a Reunion in St. Marks Club on 23rd March. All welcome!
Adoremus – social media
Orchard Residential Home looking for volunteers.
THE ORCHARD RESIDENTIAL HOME: on Woolton Road, L25 7UL is home to 27 disabled adults and is part of the Leonard Cheshire Disability Charity. They are looking for volunteers to support their clients in the social aspects of their lives; it could be anything from spending an hour a week having a chat over a cuppa or to going along and helping staff to support a group out on a social trip. They are looking for everything from befrienders to drivers, the list is endless! Please contact John on: 0151 421 2705 or 07793803659 for more information. on Woolton Road, L25 7UL is home to 27 disabled adults and is part of the Leonard Cheshire Disability Charity. They are looking for volunteers to support their clients in the social aspects of their lives; it could be anything from spending an hour a week having a chat over a cuppa or to going along and helping staff to support a group out on a social trip. They are looking for everything from befrienders to drivers, the list is endless! Please contact John on: 0151 421 2705 or 07793803659 for more information.
This year Lourdes celebrates 160 years since the 1st Apparition to Bernadette Soubirous, on 11th February 1858. The celebrations in Lourdes are expected to attract a huge increase in pilgrim numbers this year. Leisure Time Travel have flights from Manchester, with seats purchased, on the following dates. 14 May, 29 May, 4 June, 23 July, 30 July, 3 September and 24 September. All dates are 5 days / 4 nights and do not include a Sunday. Prices start at £569.00 per person (Twin / Double). If you would like more information please contact Michael Langan Leisure Time Travel, 275 County Road, Liverpool,L4 5PQ. Tel: 0151 287 8000 or 0208 287 8080 and the E mail address is: .
THE PRIESTS LIVE IN CONCERT
Supporting the work of Nugent and Friends of the Cathedral.
Singing at the Philharmonic Hall with guest mezzo soprano Danielle Thomas. Friday 1 June 2018. Tickets from £16 from the Cathedral Gift Shop or the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall box office (709 3789) or www.liverpoolphil.com (Booking fee may apply).
Netherley Youth & Community Foodbank
Volunteers are needed to help with Netherley Youth and Community Food Bank based at the former St Gregory’s church. Help is needed each Wednesday morning 10am to 1pm. Speak to Sharon Williams or email Sharon on
WANT TO BE PART OF SOMETHING AMAZING?
In February 2017, a group from St Peter’s Church – Woolton visited a project in Curitiba, Brazil that they support. Encontro com Deus (ECD) works to rebuild lives and families impacted by, or at risk from domestic violence and abuse. Another trip is being planned for February 2019 and this time the intention is to build a group that includes people from other churches in the area. If you are interested and would like more details, please call Ann in St Mary's parish office on 0151-428-2256
Appeal for Instruments
CAFOD looking for School Education volunteers
Rosary on the Beach
Irenaeus Scripture Weekend
‘Friday 13th - Sunday 15th April ‘The Advocate will teach you everything…’ The Holy Spirit in John’s Gospel led by Fr Chris Thomas. ‘
From Whence we have Come; to where are we going?
Liverpool Cathedral, Concert Room, 7.30pm on Tuesday 27th March
Merseyside Council of Christians and Jews is delighted to host this special evening in Liverpool Cathedral. Canon Andrew White, Emeritus Vicar of Baghdad, reflects on his time as a Priest in the Middle East.
Canon Andrew White is internationally recognised for his relief & reconciliation work in Iraq & the Middle East. He has been involved in many hostage negotiations & played a key role in ending the siege at the Church of The Nativity in Jerusalem during the Spring of 2002 & was also kidnapped himself in 2004. Until recently, he pastored one of the largest churches in Baghdad where he is now the Emeritus Vicar. Since returning from Iraq, Andrew personally supports a community of refugees that have fled Iraq & now resides in Jordan.
Lecture in the Concert Room, access via the Scott Entrance. Free, no booking required. Light refreshments will be served from 7 pm. until the start of the event.
City Centre Walk of Witness
2pm Saturday 31st March
Led by the Archbishop of Liverpool and Bishop of Liverpool the Holy Saturday Walk of Witness is an important ecumenical statement to the wider community. The walk will start from the Piazza at the Metropolitan Cathedral at 2pm finishing at Liverpool Parish Church with refreshments. Bishop Paul said “Holy Saturday is an important time of reflection and a great day to bear witness to our faith ahead of the resurrection. I encourage as many fellow Christians to join us on this walk”