News from around the Archdiocese of Liverpool
LATEST NEWS: Archbishop Malcolm McMahon to livestream Holy Week and Easter Services
The Most Reverend Malcolm McMahon OP, Archbishop of Liverpool, is to livestream the Holy Week and Easter Services
It’s not goodbye just yet
The Academy of St Francis of Assisi said ‘see you soon’ to its year 11s on Friday 20 March as schools across Liverpool and the rest of the UK closed due to the coronavirus
Catenians lend support to asylum seekers
Asylum seekers in Liverpool Archdiocese are benefitting from the efforts of Liverpool’s Catenians. Bob Wheelhouse, president of the Liverpool province of the Catenians
Welcome to our new Canons
At the Chapter Mass on Tuesday 3 March in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel of the Metropolitan Cathedral Archbishop Malcolm installed three new Canons.
The following Pastoral Letter was read at all Masses on the Fourth Sunday of Lent, Laetare Sunday and a day of prayer for the work of Nugent
St Cuthbert’s says farewell to Year 11s
St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School in St Helens said farewell to its year 11 students. Catherine Twist, headteacher at St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School
Archdiocese of Liverpool donates £20,000 to Masks4NHSHeroes
The Archdiocese of Liverpool has, today, announced a donation of £20,000 to the Masks4NHSHeroes campaign
Give thanks to the teaching profession
It has been a difficult few weeks in education following the spread of the coronavirus and the Government declaring the majority of schools in the UK are to be closed.
Annual Civic Mass
Archbishop Malcolm McMahon celebrated the Annual Civic Mass at 11.00 am on Sunday 23 February in the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King
Passion play postponed until 2021
Sadly, this year’s Passion play staged by Churches Together in Formby has been postponed until 2021. Read more.
Mrs Agnes Jolliffe (Tilly), a parishioner of Our Lady of Assumption, Gateacre, was presented with the Bene Merenti by Bishop Tom Williams at Mass in the Metropolitan Cathedral
Widnes community celebrates award
St Wilfrid’s parish, Widnes, has recently received a prestigious LiveSimply award for their efforts to reduce their waste.
A beautiful idea for Palm Sunday
As we prepare to celebrate Palm Sunday, people are looking at how can we publicly acknowledge this important day on our calendar when so many of us
Cafod's Children's Liturgy
While we cannot gether togetther in person due to the coronavirus, we can still come together as a community through prayer