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News from around the Archdiocese of Liverpool

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A celebration of our schools

 

The 2019 Archdiocese of Liverpool School awards provided an opportunity to recognise a wide range of achievements. ‘Celebrating success within schools’ is the tagline of the Archdiocese of Liverpool School awards – and to understand their appeal, it is significant to note the concept of success that defines them.

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St Teresa’s

 

At St Teresa's Catholic Primary School, Penwortham, our pupils are ambassadors of our mission, ‘Christ be in our heads, in our hearts and in our hands.’.

Mass with new Catholics

 

New Catholics from across the archdiocese gathered at LACE to celebrate with those from their parishes who had accompanied them on their journey of Christian Initiation writes Veronica Murphy

Cardinal Nichols’ call to support seafarers

 

The Archbishop of Westminster has paid a visit to Catholic charity Liverpool Seafarers Centre, encouraging local communities to support seafarers

ASFA is awarded Gold Liverpool Writing Quality Mark

 

Students and staff at The Academy of St Francis of Assisi (ASFA) are celebrating after being awarded the gold standard Liverpool Writing Quality Mark

 

Bishop Tom visits school

 

Bishop Tom Williams recently paid a returned visit to Blessed Sacrament Catholic Primary School in Walton

Synod Listening around the Archdiocese

 

Our Synod Listening is in full swing around the Archdiocese and Synod Members are finding a whole array of creative and inspirational ways

Archbishop is VIP guest at St Mary’s

 

St Mary’s College in Crosby welcomed back one of its most illustrious former students at a special event to mark the school’s centenary year

Excellence in business tourism

 

The team from the Conference Centre at LACE won the Excellence in Business Tourism award, one of 19 accolades handed out at Liverpool Cathedral

ASFA hosts Refugee Week

 

The Academy of St Francis of Assisi recently held a number of in-school events and activities to mark Refugee Week which took place between 17 – 23 June

Cafod shop to        reopen

 

The Cafod shop on St Johns Road, Waterloo which had to close last Christmas due to a shortage of volunteers is set to be officially reopened

Umbrella Project comes to Star of the Sea Church

 

Our Lady, Star of the Sea, church in Seaforth took part in celebrating Neuro-diversity week in May by suspending umbrellas from the ceiling of the church entra

It just isn’t        rounders

 

Pope Francis approves of sport, as a participatory, competitive and unifying field of human endeavour.  His views on baseball specifically aren’t known

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