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Fr Michael has painted another four paintings, the sale of which will go to Project Zimbabwe. To view all the paintings you can purchase click here.

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Synod Survey

At the heart of this survey are four Synod questions which begin from the truth that God speaks to us in our everyday lives. We are invited to think about what the Catholic Church is for, then can reflect on the questions, issues and topics that our Synod should make recommendations on.

Follow up to the 'Protection of Minors in the Church' Meeting 

Following the “Protection of Minors in the Church” Meeting the Vatican announced concrete commitments and initiatives to protect children.  You can find out more at

Cardinal Nichols reflections of the meeting can be viewed below


New App for 16-35 Year olds.

Download the GodCalls app to read the Gospel each day with inspiring reflective questions, access to a list of Catholic events for 16-35 year olds, prayers, saint stories and more:

Marriage Matters Reflection

Palm Sunday (The Lord’s Passion) (Isaiah 50:4-7; Philippians 2:6-11; Luke 22:14 – 23:56)

The Kingdom of God is a lifestyle choice

Today’s readings are deeply moving, calling us to what? Can we stand up for our marriages; make lifestyle choices, putting our marriage first? Joseph of Arimathea stood up for what he believed in, when others had run away. He lived in hope of seeing the Kingdom of God’. This kingdom is among us; let us choose it today – for us.

Service of Tenebrae

At the Metropolitan Cathedral on Sunday, 14 April, 7.30pm-8.30pm.

Tenebrae is Latin for “shadows” and refers to the gradual extinguishing of candles and lights as the service proceeds. All welcome

Good Friday pilgrimage walk

There will be a pilgrimage walk between the five churches in the area. 10:45 am - Refreshments at OLA and Good Friday meditation then onwards to St Mark’s.

City Centre Walk of Witness (Holy Saturday)

Saturday, 20 April, 2.00pm-4.30pm.

This city centre Walk of Witness is organised by the City Centre Mission and Ministry Group with the aim of bringing the Easter story to visitors and shoppers over the Easter weekend.

Starting from the Metropolitan Cathedral, the walk will wind its way through the city before finishing at Liverpool Parish Church with prayers & refreshments.

Along the route the walk will pause as prayers are said recalling Christ’s passion. All are welcome.

Easter Day Choral Evening Prayer

Sunday, 21 April, 3.00pm-4.00pm at the Metropolitan Cathedral

Choral Evening Prayer will begin in the Baptistry, symbolising the importance of water in the celebration of the resurrection and life of the Church.

Centre for Bioethics and Emerging Technologies PhD Funding

The Centre for Bioethics and Emerging Technologies (CBET) at St Mary’s University, Twickenham, offers a fully funded, full-time three year PhD programme commencing in September 2019. For full details click here

Closing date 26th April 2019

Cathedral Concert Society

Through the year the Concerts Society perform many concerts at the cathedral. To see what is planned for 2019 visit  Thank you 1


Back by popular demand.  The event takes place on Saturday 29 June in the Crypt Concert Room from 4.00pm until 9.00pm. Tickets are £35 each and includes a glass of fizz on arrival, a 3- course summer meal and entertainment.


Archdiocesan Vacancies

 Assistant to the Catholic Chaplaincy to Liverpool Universities

An opportunity has arisen for someone to work with the Catholic Chaplaincy team based at Philip Neri House, Catharine Street. Full details are available on the Archdiocesan website click here 

Pray for victims of religious persecution

Rosary on the Coast 

Rosary on the coast is back on Divine Mercy Sunday 

Archbishop Malcolm on SYNOD and Faith in Action Awards

SFX Plant sale

Catholic Parishes helping Syrian refugees.