During Lent there will be additional opportunities for the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
During Lent we are asked to pray for these intentions:
Candidates for the Sacraments especially on the Sundays of Lent
The Needy and Hungry of the World especially on Lent Fast Day Friday 23 February
Women’s World Day of Prayer Friday 2nd March
25th February Second Sunday of Lent
Choral Evening Prayer at the Metropolitan Cathedral at 3pm - with the Cathedral Choir - Lamentations of Jermiah by Thomas Tallis.
26th February - nothing to highlight
27th February - nothing to highlight
Eucharistic Adoration at Bishop Eton from 6pm to 7.30pm
Novena to Our Mother of Perpetual Help 7.30pm at Bishop Eton
Lenten Refelctions at the Cathedral
The Friends of the Metropolitan Cathedral have organised a series of Lenten Reflections, each featuring special guest speakers.
Each talk will be a unique opportunity to hear about the excellent work being carried out in our community There will be an opportunity for discussion and reflection as we prepare for Easter.
The talks are free to attend, and will take place at 6.30pm in the Gibberd Room.
The reflection today will be by Paul O'Brien of Micah. Click here for full details.
Scripture morning at Irenaeus (starting at 10.30am)
'As the Clay is in the potter's hand, so you are in mine'. Reflections on the book of Jeremiah
All Welcome to join us at our Women’s World Day of Prayer Service at Bethel Welsh Presbyterian Church, Heathfield Road/Auckland Road. The service has been prepared by the Christian women of Suriname entitled “All God’s Creation is Very Good”.
Holy Hour organised by the Divine Mercy Group at 7.30pm in Bishop Eton Church.
Youth J& P Group at 6pm in the Fisher-More Hall
Fr Charles will be talking to us about Our Lady and prayer. We will be thinking about our own mums in time for Mother’s Day.
Night Prayer with the Choir at St. Mary's Woolton at 8.45pm
Readers Session in the Romero Room at Our Lady's Gateacre from 9.30am to 11.30am.
Fr Charles Randall will be leading a session for all readers (existing and new) Fr Charles will explore the importance of the ministry as well as give plenty of practical support. This is open to all in the Pastoral Area