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Bishop Vincent Malone

11 September 1931-18 May 2020


Bishop Vincent Malone, Bishop of Abora and Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Liverpool, died on the morning of Monday 18 May in the Royal Liverpool Hospital after testing positive for coronavirus. Bishop Malone was 88 years old and in the 65th year of his priesthood.

Latest update: Lifestreaming Masses in the Archdiocese


The following churches in the Archdiocese of Liverpool are currently livestreaming Masses.

For times and details please follow the links


How I spent lockdown knitting teddies for charity


After lockdown meant that Gill McMullen was stuck inside, she decided to use the time to create handcrafted teddies for charity

Churches open for private prayer only in the Archdiocese of Liverpool


When visiting a church please follow closely the directions of the stewards

Cautious reopening of our churches 


The Archdiocese has issued a leaflet on what to expect on the reopening of our churches.

The leaflet entitled: ‘Cautious reopening of our churches - what to expect’

St John Fisher rise to the challenge


Staff and pupils at St John Fisher Primary School in Knowsley Village are celebrating being awarded an Area of Excellence for vision and leadership

Catholic Pic Tours 2021


The Catholic Pic announces two special pilgrimages for readers for 2021, in association with Northern Star Travel

Share your lockdown stories


‘A snapshot of what we’ve all been through.’ This is how Kenny Lawler describes the collection that he and Father Simon Gore are compiling of people’s lockdown experiences

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

Performing arts students received well-done medals 


Each year, all of Carmel College’s Upper 6 performing arts leavers receive a personalised award from their head of department

Cardinal welcomes PM’s statement on resumption of religious services


Cardinal Vincent Nichols has welcomed the news that places of worship will be able to reopen

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Corpus Christi


For the feast of Corpus Christi Our Lady’s Parish, Gateacre put a modern day twist on an ancient tradition of outdoor veneration of the Blessed Sacrament

Pope appeals for care for refugees and creation


Pope Francis has asked believers to join him in praying for a renewed and effective commitment to protect refugees and migrants

Archbishops’ Letter on Resumption of Collective Worship


The Metropolitan Archbishops of the Catholic Church in England have issued a letter regarding the resumption of collective worship in England

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