News from around the Archdiocese of Liverpool





‘A new day is breaking; a new dawn is rising.’


‘A new day is breaking; a new dawn is rising’ with these words and this powerful image Archbishop Malcolm proclaimed the opening of Synod 2020 at a Service of Proclamation and Sending in the Metropolitan Cathedral on Sunday 3 February.

Sacred Heart Concert

for Isabel


Just before Christmas Archbishop Malcolm attended a concert in the Metropolitan Cathedral for Isabel Morison, a music teacher at Sacred Heart College, Crosby.

The genius of Bernard Atherton


The longest serving contributor to the ‘Catholic Pictorial’, artist and cartoonist, Bernard Atherton died on Saturday 15 December 2018 at the age of 91.

Cardinal Alencherry visits Litherland


Saturday 8 December was a memorable day for the parishioners of Our Lady Queen of Peace Syro-Malabar Catholic Church in Litherland

Parish Centres collect for KIND


Each year managers and staff from the parish centres in the archdiocese hold a raffle at their Christmas party

Merseyside campaigners attend Katowice climate conference


A group of campaigners from across Merseyside joined the call for action against global warming

Mandela family to visit Bellerive


Bellerive FCJ Catholic College is delighted to be part of the visit of the family of revolutionary leader Nelson Mandela who have announced they will be heading to Liverpool

Synod 2020 –

An Invitation


On Sunday 3 February Archbishop Malcolm will officially and liturgically inaugurate Synod 2020.  This will happen in the Metropolitan Cathedral

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Pope's February prayer intention


In his prayer intention for the month of February 2019, Pope Francis calls us to pray for a generous welcome of the victims of human trafficking

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