Bishop Eton parishioners have undertaken a commitment to apply to the Home Office through its Vulnerable Persons Resettlement Scheme to bring a refugee family from the Middle East to live in the Parish community.
Parishioners will support the family for at least two years until it’s members have learnt English, settled into schools, received healthcare,found employment and become integrated into, and independent within, the community.
There will be a National Eucharistic Pilgrimage and Congress in Liverpool from the 7th to 9th September
For more information visit the Eucharistic Congress page on the bishop conference website.
In addition to the main programme, there will be a parallel programme running around the Archdiocese, including a couple of events here at Bishop Eton.
Our parish will have five lay delegates who will also form part of a Pastoral Area forum in the lead up to the Archdiocesan Synod in 2020
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Reflections on The Joy of Love (Amoris Laetitia)
In his 325-paragraph document, Pope Francis provides his prayerful reflections on marriage and the family: their strengths and weaknesses, their call from God and the challenges they face.
Pope Francis recommends that The Joy of Love be read “patiently and carefully”
Each week we read an extract from the Pope's letter and reflect on how it might relate to our family lives.
Available from the Parish Office (during office hours)
Christmas cards, Advent Calendars, and all other repository items.
Available in the porch
Copies of Advent Extra will be available at a price of £1.60
What's on at St. Mary's
The St Mary's Advent leaflet is available by clicking here
Lent in three minutes
Bishop Barron on Lent