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Sunday 2 February

Feast of the presentation of the Lord

 

Deaf Mass

4.30 pm at Christ the King, 78 Queens Drive, Childwall, L15 6YO.  Deaf Mass is celebrated in British Sign Language and spoken English, both deaf and hearing people are welcome.  Details: Denise Armstrong-Hart: Mobile (text only) 07917 460791 email: DArmstrong-Hart@wearenugent.org

 

Wednesday 5 February

Diaconate Information Evening

7.30 pm to 9.00 pm at St Joseph's Parish Centre, Crow Orchard Lane, Wrightington, WN6 9PA.  Refreshments available from 7.00 pm.

 

Saturday 8 February

Day of Prayer for Victims of Trafficking.

 

‘For Beethoven’s Benefit’ Concert

Music by Beethoven, Mozart and Haydn, with the Metropolitan Cathedral Orchestra, Conductor: Stephen Pratt.  7.30 pm in the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King.  Tickets and details Tel: 0151 707 3525 or www.cathedralconcerts.org.uk

 

Sunday 9 February

Racial Justice Sunday

 

Annual Mass for Marriage and Family Life

11.00 am in the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King.  Celebrant: Archbishop Malcolm McMahon OP.  The Mass will include a special blessing for those celebrating significant anniversaries.

 

Tuesday 11 February

Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes

World Day of prayer for sick people and those who care for them.

 

Time Out on Tuesdays

10.00 am to 4.00 pm at the Cenacle, Tithebarn Grove, Lance Lane, Liverpool L15 6TW.  An opportunity for quiet time, away from the daily rush of life.  Offering £10 per person (bring your own lunch).  For further details contact: Sister Winifred.  Tel: 0151 722 2271, Email: winniecenacle@mail.com

 

Friday 14 February

Mersey Wave St Valentine’s Day Concert

With performances from the Fron ‘Voices of the Valley’ Male Voice Choir, Mersey Wave Choir and Mezzo-Soprano Kathryn Rudge.  7.30pm at St Ambrose Church, Speke, L24 7RS.  Tickets £10  Tel: 0151 558 1255. Website: www.merseywavemusic.com

 

Sunday 16 February

Liverpool Bach Collective

Johann Sebastian Bach Cantata 73: ‘Herr, wie du willt, so schick’s mit mir.’  (‘Lord, do with me as you will.’)   6.30 pm at Christ Church, Crosby Road South, Waterloo, L22 1RQ.  Singers and Players directed by Philip Duffy.  www.liverpoolbach.com  Email: liverpoolbach@icloud.com

 

Thursday 20 February

Newman Circle Talk: ‘An introduction to Canon Law.’

Speaker: Father John Poland.  7.30 pm at St Helen's Parish Centre, Alexandra Road, Crosby, L23 7TQ.  Details: John Potts Tel: 07889 841096

 

Saturday 22 February

Feast of the See of St Peter the Apostle.

 

Quiet Day

10.30 am to 4.00 pm at the Cenacle, Tithebarn Grove, Lance Lane, Liverpool L15 6TW.  Time to be quiet, reflect and pray.  Offering £10 per person (bring your own lunch).  No booking required.  For further details contact: Sister Winifred.   Tel: 0151 722 2271, Email: winniecenacle@mail.com

 

UCM Business Meeting

1.00 pm in the Gibberd Room of the Metropolitan Cathedral.

 

Sunday 23 February

Day of Prayer for the Unemployed

 

Annual Civic Mass

11.00 am at the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King.  Celebrant: Archbishop Malcolm McMahon OP.

 

Barn Dance and Ceili starring Michael Coyne

To raise funds for the Banneux Pilgrimage.  2.00 pm at Liverpool Irish Centre.  Tickets: adults £6, children £3.  Details: Sister Catherine Tel: 07486 131930.

 

Tuesday 25 February

Alpha

6.00 pm at Animate Youth Ministries, Lowe House, St. Helens, WA10 2BE. Year 9+.

 

Wednesday 26 February

Ash Wednesday (Day of fasting and abstinence.)

 

Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King

Masses at 8.30 am (Blessed Sacrament Chapel), 12.15 pm (Crypt), 5.15 pm (Blessed Sacrament Chapel).

Service of the Word 7.00 pm (Blessed Sacrament Chapel).

 

Liverpool Pax Christi will lead a public witness in Liverpool city expressing repentance for the possession of the nuclear weapon

Ashes, reflection, song with the words of Pope Francis on his recent visit to japan calling for the rejection of the ethics of fear.  Special focus on the nuclear ban treaty.  Details: Jan Tel: 07746 919915 email janharper1@yahoo.co.uk

 

Saturday 29 February

‘A star shall come out of Jacob and a sceptre shall rise out of Israel.’

A look at the Book of Numbers.  Scripture Retreat Day at lrenaeus, 32 Great Georges Road, Waterloo, L22 1RD.  Details Tel: 0151 949 1199.  Email: jenny@irenaeus.co.uk  Website: www.irenaeus.co.uk

 

Confirmation

For those in year 8 in a non-Catholic school who want to be Confirmed this year, there will be a preparation day at Lowe House in St. Helens. Details: http://www.animateyouth.org/called-by-name/called-to-serve/

 

Looking ahead

March 2020

 

Sunday 1 March

Rite of Election and Call to Continuing Conversion

3.00 pm at the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King.

 

Deaf Mass

4.30 pm at Christ the King, 78 Queens Drive, Childwall, L15 6YO.  Deaf Mass is celebrated in British Sign Language and spoken English, both deaf and hearing people are welcome.  Details: Denise Armstrong-Hart: Mobile (text only) 07917 460791 email: DArmstrong-Hart@wearenugent.org

 

Thursday 5 March

‘God reveals deep and hidden things.’ Discovering the prophet Daniel.

Scripture Morning at lrenaeus, 32 Great Georges Road, Waterloo, L22 1RD.  Details Tel: 0151 949 1199.  Email: jenny@irenaeus.co.uk  Website: www.irenaeus.co.uk

 

Tuesday 10 March

Time Out on Tuesdays

10.00 am to 4.00 pm at the Cenacle, Tithebarn Grove, Lance Lane, Liverpool L15 6TW.  An opportunity for quiet time, away from the daily rush of life.  Offering £10 per person (bring your own lunch).  For further details contact: Sister Winifred.  Tel: 0151 722 2271, Email: winniecenacle@mail.com

 

Wednesday 11 March

UCM bi-monthly Mass

7.30 pm at St Aidan’s, Holmes House Avenue, Winstanley, Wigan, WN3 6EE.

 

Thursday 12 March

‘God reveals deep and hidden things.’  Discovering the prophet Daniel.

Scripture Morning at lrenaeus, 32 Great Georges Road, Waterloo, L22 1RD.  Details Tel: 0151 949 1199.  Email: jenny@irenaeus.co.uk  Website: www.irenaeus.co.uk

 

Thursday 19 March

‘God reveals deep and hidden things.’  Discovering the prophet Daniel.

Scripture Morning at lrenaeus, 32 Great Georges Road, Waterloo, L22 1RD.  Details Tel: 0151 949 1199.  Email: jenny@irenaeus.co.uk  Website: www.irenaeus.co.uk

 

Newman Circle Talk: ‘The Pastoral associates Role.’

Speaker: Father Matthew Nunes. 7.30 pm at St Helen's Parish Centre, Alexandra Road, Crosby, L23 7TQ.  Details: John Potts Tel: 07889 841096

 

Thursday 26 March

‘God reveals deep and hidden things.’  Discovering the prophet Daniel.

Scripture Morning at lrenaeus, 32 Great Georges Road, Waterloo, L22 1RD.  Details Tel: 0151 949 1199.  Email: jenny@irenaeus.co.uk  Website: www.irenaeus.co.uk

 

Sandymount

On 25 March the country of England will be consecrated to Our Lady at Walsingham, we have been asked to join in prayer in the 33 days leading up to the consecration with St Louis Marie de Montfort (Sandymount is the home of the Montfort fathers). We intend to start the 33 days of prayer on the 20 February and finish on 25 March. There will be Masses and talks on each Saturday in the lead up to the consecration. Details from Sandymount. Tel: 0151 924 4850.

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