News from around the Archdiocese of Liverpool
A plea for peace and justice
The Bishops from this year’s Holy Land Coordination have called on their governments to acknowledge the state of Palestine and to do more to ensure that international law is maintained.
St Mary’s College salutes pupils’ achievements
St Mary’s College in Crosby looked back on the achievements of pupils during its centenary year at its annual prize giving ceremony recently
Obituary of John Cowdall KSG
John Cowdall, who was one of the first lay trustees of the Archdiocese of Liverpool, and who served as a trustee for over fifteen years died aged 79 on Friday 10 January in Chorley Hospital.
School opens new Wooden Spoon sensory room
St Margaret Mary’s Catholic Infant School in Huyton recently welcomed former Liverpool and England player, Sammy Lee
School becomes Music Mark School Member
St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School were celebrating after being selected by the St Helens Council Music Service to become a Music Mark School Member for 2019-2020
An environmental group the ‘Eco Emeralds’ at All Saints Primary School, Ainfield, showed their passion about promoting environmental awareness and nature conservation
Cafod fun runners bring hope to overseas communities
The Cafod Liverpool fun run is this year celebrating raising over half a million pounds for the international development charity since it was first run 36 years ago
ASFA commemorates Holocaust Memorial Day
Students at the Academy of St Francis of Assisi (ASFA) have created a bespoke video in order to reflect on Holocaust Memorial Day 2020.
Celebrating hard work
Staff and pupils at Blessed Sacrament Primary School in Aintree are celebrating after its recent Ofsted report
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Teams Great Britain 60th Anniversary
Several hundred members of Equipes Notre-Dame – Teams, gathered at Westminster Cathedral to celebrate sixty years since the first meeting of Teams in Britain
All change at St Anthony of Padua
Change can be a time of renewal and celebration which was certainly the feeling in a packed church on Sunday 8 December 2019 when Archbishop Malcolm formerly inducted
Cafod Pilgrimage to El Salvador
I was privileged to be asked to represent Cafod, on the Romero Trust Pilgrimage to El Salvador in November.
Pope’s message for World Day of the Sick
Pope Francis has marked the XXVIII World Day of the Sick this month with a call for warmth, dignity and love in our treatment of sick people