ADDITIONAL NEWS ITEMS

FR MICHAEL’S PAINTINGS.

Fr Michael has been busy during lockdown painting. A number of new paintings have been added to the website at http://www.bishopeton.org.uk/fr-michael-s-paintings.html
All money raised from the sale of the paintings will go to Project Zimbabwe.


THIS SUNDAY: DAY FOR LIFE.

The theme for Day for Life 2020 is Choose Life, with a particular focus on protecting mothers and unborn children, and bringing hope and healing after abortion.  For info go to www.dayforlife.org. 

Do you need someone to talk to? If you are looking for confidential and free help, call the Pregnancy Matters helpline on 0808 802 5433 or text Pregnancy Matters on 07860 077 339.

The day for life website has a series of videos exploring various issues at http://www.dayforlife.org/home/audio-and-film/


PRAYER RESOURCES IN LIGHT OF THE CORONAVIRUS:

We have a page of prayers and other prayer resources CLICK HERE, and a list of other sites with spiritial content CLICK HERE

DIAL-A-MASS.

Please pass this information on to anyone who would appreciate this service and especially anyone without internet access.

The Diocese of Middlesborough, funded by the Knights of St Columba, have initiated a Dial-a-Mass service where you can dial a telephone number and listen to Mass. Due to the funding by Knights of St Columba, calls will be charged at LOCAL RATE and will cost about 34p per Mass, each Mass being just under an hour

All they have to do is dial: 01642 130 120 and listen whenever they wish to hear Mass. Please pass it on.

CATHOLIC CHURCH IN ENGLAND AND WALES

The pathway of prayer and sacramental life we are now to take can be found on the Bishop’s Conference website at: www.cbcew.org.uk

The Catholic Church in England and Wales has created a series of podcasts at https://soundcloud.com/catholicchurch   For example they have a whole playlist which will allow you to revisit Pope John Paul IIs  visit in 1982 https://soundcloud.com/catholicchurch/sets/pope-saint-john-paul-iis-visit-to-the-uk

REDEMPTORIST PUBLICATIONS

RP LOGO
Every week Redemptorist Publications send out a newsletter with spiritual input and information on their books. 

Here is an example of the content from previous newsletters
"This May we come together and invite you to join us as we celebrate our Blessed Mother, the Virgin Mary, the first missionary."

and from the Glories of Mary (a longer exercpt appears in the newsletter)
"Mary is our Mother — not by the flesh, but by love. That is, she is our Mother by love alone. So someone observes that she glories in being the mother of love. She is all love for us, her adopted children."
 
To sign up for a newsletter visit https://mailchi.mp/rpbooks/newsletter  and for further spiritual guidance, thoughtful prayer and inspiring news visit https://www.rpbooks.co.uk/

ARCHDIOCESAN RESOURCES

The Archdiocesan prayer resources have been updated to include

    • Reflection for the 12th Sunday of Ordinary Time (also available as an audio download/podcast).
    • Readings for the 12th Sunday of Ordinary Time.
    • Counting our Blessings – a scripture resource exploring real questions in family life.
    • More stories on ‘Life during lockdown’.

All can be accessed/downloaded at https://www.liverpoolcatholicresources.com/ or through http://www.liverpoolcatholic.org.uk/ by clicking on ‘Prayer and Other Resources’.

 For Sunday reflections click here  

DAILY REFLECTIONS

The Redemptorists in Clapham are recording 'Thoughts for the Day' You can view them either on the Clapham Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/StMarysClaphamCSsR/, their youtube Account https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7MnePSBt96d_GtIal3Iliw or on the Priovince website http://www.redemptorists.co.uk/preaching-and-prayer/thought-for-the-day.html

Mossley Hill Church is posting a thought for the day on their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/MossleyHillChurch/ 

Not Daily - but Sr Francis Kelly is posting reflections on the UK Vocations website  click here 


ARCHDIOCESAN JUSTICE AND PEACE ANNUAL ASSEMBLY

For the first time ever, Liverpool Archdioceses Justice and Peace group are holding their annual assembly online.

To book, click on this link: https://forms.gle/LxXvj7CSfNddqR1SA

Please book early as places are limited.

See I am making all things new


POPE'S PRAYER VIDEO


CAFOD Emergency Appeal Re Coronairus

CAFOD, our Catholic Agency for Overseas Development, launched its coronavirus emergency appeal on 30 April. 

Coronavirus (Covid-19) has now spread worldwide, with confirmed cases in many countries where CAFOD works. The effects of coronavirus on developing countries are likely to be devastating. Many countries have very weak healthcare systems and will not be able to cope. Families without enough to eat and without access to clean water, possibly living with other diseases, will be particularly vulnerable to coronavirus. It is not just a public health emergency. Many of the world’s most vulnerable people will lose their jobs and be unable to support their families. The poorest and most marginalised communities, working hard to transform their lives, will be pushed further into poverty.

CAFOD is adapting its programmes to help manage the risk of coronavirus in communities and working with local Church aid agencies on the frontline of this crisis. They are already working to get food to where it is needed most; to improve hygiene, handwashing and sanitation in communities and households; producing radio messages, posters and leaflets in local languages on risks and prevention; and training community volunteers to carry out awareness campaigns. In order to continue protecting and improving the lives of those in poor communities, your prayers and gifts are needed now more than ever. While we are not able to hold collections in our church, you can donate at cafod.org.uk/coronavirusappeal.


CATHOLIC PICTORIAL

For the latest from the Catholic Pictorial click here 

This month's edition contains tributes to Bishop Malone.


DEMENTIA RESOURCES DURING LOCKDOWN

Dementia support line  https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/get-support/dementia-connect-support-line

Demetia support forum https://forum.alzheimers.org.uk/

Top Five tips

The Alzheimer's society have produced a top 5 tips for peole caring for those living with Dementia. You can download  a copy of this volunteer toolkit by clicking here

Supporting older people and those living with Dementia

Click here for a guide from the British Psychological Society

Advice from Dementia UK

https://www.dementiauk.org/get-support/coronavirus-covid-19/

Advice from the Lewy Body Society
The Lewy Body Society have produced information to help those supporting those living with Lewy body dementia. To obtain a copy click here
Archdiocese of LIverpool

The Archdiocese has put together a page of resources to help those LIving with Dementia and those who care for them. Click here for more information.

Spotting fraud

https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/blog/coronavirus-covid-19-scams-people-affected-dementia

Cupcake day

https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/cupcake-day

Sing for the Brain

On the 30th April Alzheimer's UK ran a sing for the brain session on Facebook.  You can watch a video of the event by clicking here

ARTS4Dementia

ARTS for Dementia are providing opportunities for people to join in remotely with dance, drama music.  To discover what is available and how to join in visit https://arts4dementia.org.uk/events/

Videos from Inovations in Dementia

Inovations in Dementia have developed a series of videos to assist volunteers and carers to understand the needs of a person living with Dementia. They are availabl on their youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVqQdwbR6zDgIGTPfxi0BYA

They have also produced a document that can be completed and shared with volunteers. Click here

Memory Tracks
Memory Tracks have produced an app that helps support daily routines through music. To learn more click here

3NDWG

Webinar hosted by people living with dementia: pandemic self isolation & difficulties.  For more Information email 


LOCKDOWN AND DOMESTIC ABUSE:

familystrifeSince the UK-wide COVID-19 lockdown be-gan, there has been a 49% increase in calls and online requests for help relating to domestic abuse.

Bishop John Sherrington said:

‘Every person has a right to live their life free from violence, abuse, intimidation and fear. Catholic parishes can play an important role in the fighting the scourge of domestic abuse, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic where we are seeing some shocking statistics from leading domestic abuse organisations. My thanks go to those organisations and individuals already working so hard to ensure that people suffering domestic abuse can live safe lives. Every local situation will differ and so our new guidance is designed to be used as an introduction to start a local project. I hope that Catholics and parishes will be inspired to take this up in their local area. Violence of this kind should never be tolerated or justified. It is an offence against the dignity of the human person.’

For help and support visit  https://www.cbcew.org.uk/home/our-work/health-social-care/coronavirus-guidelines/domestic-abuse/


IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE CATHOLIC CHAPLAINCY

TO THE ROYAL AND BROADGREEN HOSPITALS


Dear Parishioners,

The Catholic Chaplaincy is proud to have 50 dedicated volunteers who usually visit Catholic patients on the wards, offering them a friendly face, a listening ear, and any pastoral, spiritual, emotional and religious support they require. This is an invaluable service for any patients who may be feeling low, anxious, facing difficult decisions, or those who are just really missing Church. We offer these patients a chat, prayer, Holy Communion or opportunity to see a priest.

Due to the current situation we are no longer allowed to send our volunteers on to the wards. Most of our volunteers are over 70 and their safety, and the safety of our patients, is our priority.

However, the chaplaincy staff – Fr Stephen Lee, Natasha Pritchard and Liam Redmond – will be on hand every day to visit any patients on request. We won’t be visiting the wards without a request so please do call us if you need us! Please call us if you are (or a relative or friend is) a patient (religious or not) who is low, anxious, lonely, has no visitors, dying, or in need of a friendly face, Holy Communion or a priest.

Emergency on call priests will be working as normal during this time.

Non-emergency visits: call 0151 706 2828. Leave a message with patient’s name and ward in case we are out visiting someone else when you call.

Emergency: same as usual – call switchboard from the ward and ask to speak to the emergency on call Catholic priest.

Finally, please pray for us and all of our hospital staff!

God bless,

Fr Stephen, Natasha and Liam


MARRIAGE MATTERS REFLECTIONS FOR THIS WEEK

 Reflection from Marriage Matters

(www.twoinoneflesh.org.uk) 

Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Jeremiah 20:10-13   Rom 5:12-15   Matt 10:26-33)

Fear conceals itself…

How easy to become paranoid, to wonder what others might be saying about us. These aspects can be present outside our relationship and within it; at their core is fear! Jesus continuously exhorts the Twelve, “do not be afraid…every hair on your head has been counted”. Living our life now in Christ, we will not fear what others think.


EXPLAINING COVID 19 TO CHILDREN

As some children will be going back to school, they may be more anxious and have more questions about the Corona virus, hopefully the information below will help

Video from Alder Hey

Alder Hey have produced a short video to help children understand Coronavirus

Advice from various organisations

For advice from the NHS visit 

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/stress-anxiety-depression/talking-to-children-about-feelings/

For advice from the NSPCC visit

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/keeping-children-safe/childrens-mental-health/depression-anxiety-mental-health/

For advice from the BBC's tiny happy people

https://www.bbc.co.uk/tiny-happy-people/how-to-talk-child-about-coronavirus/zntjjhv

For advice from Mental health.org.uk visit

https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/coronavirus/talking-to-children

For advice from Youngminds visit

https://youngminds.org.uk/blog/talking-to-your-child-about-coronavirus/


CLIMATE SUNDAY

Climate Sunday' has been launched to provide a focus for churches across Britain and Ireland committed to action on climate change. 

Visit https://www.climatesunday.org/blog  to learn more 

This is an initiative from Churches together in Britain and Ireland 


 SAFE SPACES – SUPPORTING VICTIMS OF ABUSE

 


VICTIM SUPPORT VACANCIES

VictimSupportVacancies


WE ARE NUGENT WEEK


WE ARE NUGENT QUIZ

Sign up at https://www.wearenugent.org/nugent-quiz-registration-form/


WE ARE NUGENT COFFEE MORNING

Free event sign up at https://www.wearenugent.org/connect-with-nugent-coffee-morning/


 NUGENT CHEESE & WINE

£25 per person register at https://www.wearenugent.org/nugent-wine-and-cheese-registration-form


nugentsmall2016NUGENT GOALS ‘FIFA 20’ TOURNAMENT

Thursday 25/06 -18:00 - 32 places for Verified FIFA players using XBox, and thanks to the support of Rakcna Media we have a 1st Prize of £800 and 2nd prize of £200!

Sign up at https://www.wearenugent.org/fundraising/nugent-goals-a-fifa-20-tournament


nugentsmall2016

NUGENT LIVE,

LOCAL ARTIST (TBC) PERFORMING LIVE

Saturday 27/06 - 20:00 

Join Nugent live on Facebook for a bit of music to liven up your Saturday night with a local artist. (To be confirmed)

You don’t need to book for this event, simply follow Nugent on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/wearenugent/ and you’ll receive a notification when we go live on Saturday. 

  • Shrine1
  • shrine1a
  • Shrine2
  • shrine3
  • shrine4
  • shrine5