Parish of Saint Mary (Woolton)
Liverpool Roman Catholic Archdiocesan Trustees
Incorporated— charity number 232709
Bishop Eton: 0151-722-1108
Deacon: Rev Bernard Rigby
TWENTY-FIFTH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME
MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE COMING WEEK:
People of the Parish
Angela P (Ints)
Ian Macdonald (A)
Thanksgiving for Exam Success & University Place
Anne Tierney (LD)
Sheila Rylands (A)
Fr Tim and confreres will continue to celebrate your Mass intentions in private atBishop Eton Monastery
|Wed||23rd||St Pius of Pietrelcina|
|Thurs||24th||Our Lady of Walsingham|
TWENTY-SIXTH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME
|Please remember in your prayers all those who are sick:|
|Gerard O’S, Stephen W, Helen B-C, Pauline M, Colette P, Geoff F, Paul W, Ann L, Vivien S, Mary M, Vincent H, Joseph L, Dawn McG, Anna M, Lydia B, Margaret D, Antoinette L, Marie R, Fr Gabriel C.Ss.R, Fr. Martin C.Ss.R, Fr. Tony C.Ss.R, Kenny R, Michael W, Sheila O’N, Pat D, Anne McC, Rita C, Owen McD, Pat G-B, Mary K, Pauline P, Shelagh P, John M, Fr Andrew C.Ss.R and Denise M|
|Those who have recently died including|
Anne Tierney and Frances Eggleston
|and those whose anniversaries occur about this time|
Ian Macdonald and Sheila Rylands
Funerals this week:
Eileen Northall (RIP) Monday 21 September
FROM FR TIM
THE REDEMPTORIST COMMUNITY:
This week we have welcomed Fr Michael McGreevy to our community. The Clapham community has had to disperse while the monastery is being completely renovated, leaving just a skeleton team there to look after the parish and the Ace of Clubs (our centre for those who are homeless and deprived).
It is no secret that many of the confrères in the Bishop Eton community are reaching a stage where they are going to require more support and with Social Services we are investigating ways in which we will be able to provide that help. Once it is clear what the nature of that support will be and how many hours are involved, I anticipate advertising firstly in our bulletins. My hope is that we will be able to build a homogeneous team around the wonderful morning team and the cook who already care so lovingly for us.
Again, on the bright side, Fr Andrew was discharged from hospital on Tuesday and resumed his treatment on Friday. Please keep him and all those who are sick in the community and in our parishes in your prayers.
1st September – 4th October (Feast of St Francis of Assisi).
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Our organist and choir master Nick Young, has prepared a wonderful walking meditation around the church grounds with a leaflet to guide you along the way. You can collect a copy as you leave church. (For those who cannot make it to the church you can download a copy by clicking here).
A FAMILY PRAYER WALK AROUND THE CHURCH GROUNDS:
to include the new Laudato Si Garden area created by the Family Liturgy Team. Please find guide/leaflet at the exit door of church and a copy can also be found on the website. (click here)
– RECOVERY FROM DIVORCE AND SEPARATION:
The Restored Lives course is a series of six meetings by Zoom starting on Monday 12 October. The course is for any person who has been impacted by the end of a serious relationship whether separated, currently going through a divorce or already divorced, either recently or at any time in the past. Meetings are free, confidential, informative, and affirming. For further details please contact Maureen O’Brien