Tuesday 25 September 2018
Lunchtime Session from 12.30 to 2.00
Marie Passey will talk to the group about the history of Duke Street. This follows on from her excellent talk on Rodney Street. Bring a packed lunch. Tea and coffee will be provided.
Wednesday 26 September 2018
A Walk in the Parks - 9.45 to the afternoon.
One of our members, has very kindly offered to lead a walk around the local parks. The schedule is:9.45 am Meet at Allerton Hall10.00 am Walk moves to Allerton Towers then moves to Calderstones Park, The Black Woods, Reynolds Park, Woolton Woods, Camp Hill and finally Allerton Hall
The walk will be at a comfortable pace
.Bring a snack lunch and a drink for a picnic lunch. There will be an opportunity for a more substantial meal at Allerton Hall after the walk.
Friday 28 September 2018
Macmillan Coffee Morning - 10.30 am in the Fisher-More Hall
Please join us to raise funds for this vital service. Macmillan nurses support patients and families for as long as the family needs them and in the ways the family needs support.
Please come as a baker, a faker (buy the goods) or as an eater.
There will be a champagne square, a second-hand bookstall, and a White Elephant stall
If you have any books for the bookstall or items for the white-elephant stall please leave them in the box in the church porch. Thankyou
Friday 5 October 2018
Fish and Chip Supper - 7.00 pm St Mary’s Parish Centre
A fish and chip supper with a difference - there will be a demonstration of working with chocolate, a fish and chip supper and a sing-along cabaret. All this for only £10.00. Tea and coffee will be provided. Please bring any other beverages of your choice.
It would be REALLY helpful if you could let me know if you will be joining us; also if you could put your £10 in an envelope with your name on it, the name of the event and hand it into the Monastery by Tuesday 25 September.
Tuesday 9 October
Street Child Africa Lunch 12.30pm in the Fisher-More Hall
Margaret Guppy will talk about her book ‘The Wainwright Legacy’depicting the development of services for the blind of Liverpool Tickets £5.00 to include a lunch of sandwiches, homemade cake, and tea or coffee
Sunday 14 October
One World Group Lunch 1.00pm at 60 Hope Streets.
Tickets £25 for a 3-course lunch with welcoming drink. Tickets available from Cath and committee members.
FR JAN MILCZ, CSsR died peacefully at Marie Curie at around 9:00 pm last Tuesday evening.
Fr Charles and Bro Michael Taylor were with him.
When I took him Holy Communion last Sunday morning, I sensed that this would probably be the last time that I would see him.
To say that John had an eventful life would be something of an understatement. Having been taken prisoner as a boy during the Second World War, he was later to serve both in the Polish and British Armies.
His deep faith led him to try his vocation for the priesthood and he joined the Redemptorists in 1958, was professed in 1959 and ordained in 1966. He was a good and holy man and we will miss him, but we are grateful that the final struggle is over.
We, the Redemptorists, are immensely grateful for the love, friendship and support you have given him over the years and especially for your prayers in these last months of his life. We are also very grateful to Philip Sergeant (who is now coordinating the nursing care of our sick confrères), the carers and nurses who came to the monastery and the staff of Marie Curie during these final weeks. May he rest in peace.
His funeral will be this Wednesday (11 July) at Noon.
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