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WELCOME TO OUR PARISH
Everyone is welcome because we aim to be prayerful, listening people, filled with hope, nourished and empowered by Word and Eucharist, seeking to enable one another to develop our God given gifts for liturgy and service to others, sensitive and responsive to the joys and pains around us, open to all within the local community and beyond. We work together for the building of God's kingdom.
Whatever your experience; divorced/re-married, hurt by the Church, depressed, fearful, unforgiven rejected Whatever you wish to leave behind you; alcoholism, paedophilia, child abuse, prostitution, drug pushing, drug addiction, gambling, murder, adultery, wife/husband battering, pornography, abortion, coercing into abortion, thieving, burglary, vandalism, violence... Welcome!!
Sunday (25th Jan) MARK 1:14-20
(Jonah 3:1-5,10; Psalm 25; 1 Corinthians 7:29-31)
"Follow me and I will make you fish for people" (v 17).
Memorial of Timothy and Titus, bishops
THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
We extend our invitation to whoever you are; young, old, black, white, asylum seeker, immigrant, gay, lesbian, tearaway, rebel, stranger
whatever your situation; sick, healthy, unmarried, married, co-habiting, single parent, poor,rich, unemployed, employed,homeless,HIV/AIDS,disabled, bereaved, widowed, lapsed Catholic.. You are welcome!!
Pope urges new cardinals not to let nomination go to their heads
Francis says worldly celebrations intoxicate 'more than grappa on an empty stomach'
Journey to faith. Continue on Tuesday, 7.00-8.00 p.m., in St. Bernard’s House.
For Baptism Appointments Please call 0151 727 1463
Prayer Group meets on Friday in St. Anne’s House at 7.30 p.m. Everyone is welcome.
CURRENT NEWS LETTER
Ordinary Time is called "ordinary" because the weeks are numbered. The Latin word ordinalis, which refers to numbers in a series, stems from the Latin word ordo, from which we get the English word “order.”
What the Church must do to help the poor
Corruption in the Third World and the break down of family life in the UK contribute to the blight of global poverty