News from around the Archdiocese of Liverpool
Paving the way towards 2020
Since Archbishop Malcolm McMahon announced plans for a 2020 Diocesan Synod in his Pastoral Letters in October and December 2017, you may be thinking, ‘It’s all gone a little bit quiet, what’s happening?’
Seaforth school achieves special award
A Sefton school has become the first mainstream setting in England to achieve an ‘ADHD Friendly School’ quality mark.
Harry, the 90-year-old volunteer
There was a surprise celebration at the Hospice Africa charity shop in Old Swan recently – and with good reason as it is not every day one of your staff turns 90.
In preparation for Adoremus, the National Eucharistic Congress and Pilgrimage, Father Joe Kendall is offering a series of reflections on Eucharistic themes.
St Anne’s welcomes Archbishop Malcolm for Easter play
Year 3 children from St Anne’s Primary School in Ormskirk were honoured to have a very important guest in the audience ....
Archbishop Malcolm McMahon, Bishop Paul Bayes and Merseyside’s Church Leaders led a Holy Saturday Walk of Witness from the Metropolitan ...
Bishop Tom in Middlesbrough
Bishop Tom Williams celebrated the Holy Week services at St Mary’s Cathedral, Coulby Newham, Middlesbrough this year.
Bishop Terry Drainey ...
A diocesan celebration
Archbishop Malcolm celebrated the Mass of Chrism in the Metropolitan Cathedral on the Wednesday evening of Holy Week ...
New chapter opens for Bellerive
Bellerive FCJ Catholic College welcomed Bishop Tom Williams on 12 April for the opening of two new buildings ...
Bringing a piece of magic to Cardinal Heenan House
The Dutch word ‘Tovertafel’ may not mean anything to your average resident of Roby Mill
Putting faith into action … with a First Aid course
By Rebecca Moss, aged 11, from St John the Evangelist parish, Burscough