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LENTEN PILGRIMAGE 2019 WAY OF THE CROSS
14 Stations in 14 Liverpool Churches on Saturday 30 March
Divine Saviour Parish, Runcorn is celebrating its links with Liverpool parishes by praying the Stations of the Cross in 14 churches given below. (Timings are approximate)
All are welcome to join them at any stage of our pilgrimage.
|I||St Francis of Assisi, Garston||10.00am|
|II||St Anthony of Padua, Mossley Hil||10.30am|
|III||St Clare, Sefton Park||11.00am|
|iV||St Charles, Aigburth||11.30am|
|V||Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Toxteth||12.00pm|
|VI||St Patrick, Toxteth||12.30pm|
|Short Break for lunch|
|VII||St Vincent de Paul, St James Street||1.25pm|
|VIII||St Francis Xavier, Salisbury Street||2.00pm|
|IX||St Anne, Edgehill||2.30pm|
|X||Sacred Heart, Low Hill||3.00pm|
|XI||St Philip Neri, Catharine Street||3.30pm|
|XII||St Anthony of Egypt, Scotland Road||4.05pm|
|XIII||Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception,
|XIV||Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King||5.10pm|
Divine Savour Parish is very grateful to the parishioners and clergy of the Archdiocese of Liverpool for their generous help in enabling this pilgrimage to go ahead.
For more details contact:
A Lent retreat in daily life using resources on the Jesuit spiritualitywww.pathwaystogod.org. An opportunity to deepen your relationship with God, and to new ways of praying, with the option of meeting in a confidential small group.
Wednesdays: 7.00pm- 8.30pm beginning 13 March, at Elm Hall Drive Methodist Church(Room 3) L18 1LF
The theme for this year's Cathedral Talks is walking in the footsteps of the Saints Five Reflections on practical ways to deepen our Spiritual Life
Tuesday 12 March St Therese of Lisieux and St Teresa of Avila
Tuesday 19 March St Francis de Sales
Tuesday 26 March Uche Ameh St Josemaria Escriva
Tuesday 2 April St Ignatius of Loyola
Tuesday 9 April St Augustine The Confessions
On Tuesday evenings there is exposition 6.00-7.00pm in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel. Talks will begin from 7.00-8.00pm in the Gibberd Room
For full details click here
LECTIO DIVINA AT OLA CHURCH:
Lectio Divina is Latin for "Divine Reading".
Discover the art of sacred reading on Tuesdays 12, 19, 26 March, 2, 9, April, at 1:30pm and 7:00pm at Our Lady of the Assumption Church, Gateacre.
You will be guided in reading, reflecting, responding and resting in God’s Word.
The afternoon or evening sessions are open for everyone. It is not a course so people can come to any of the sessions. The experience will help people focus on one of the readings for the next Sunday’s Mass.
£1 to £2 donation is asked per session.
ST PETER’S WOOLTON LENT COURSE:
St Peter's Woolton is running a Lent Course about Whole Life Discipleship and will be based around Hebrews 12.
There will be six sessions, the first on Ash Wednesday, the rest on consecutive Thursdays from 14 March to 11 April. Each session will start at 8pm in the Centenary Rooms and include worship, input, prayer, and discussion.
The group will meet on the Mondays, and Wednesdays of Lent, all based on resources from the Bible Society. The Monday group will meet in the afternoon, which may be helpful for anyone who is unable to attend evening sessions. Full details can be obtained from St James’. Everyone is welcome at all sessions!
40 Acts for Lent
FAQ: Do I have to sign up for 40acts via email?— 40acts (@40acts) March 1, 2019
A: Nope! We post the acts on our website each day throughout the challenge. You can also follow along on the @PrayerMate app!
And now there’s one more way you can follow the challenge 👀💡🤓... Exciting news coming on Monday! pic.twitter.com/ftsVOxVulQ
Bishop Barron on Lent
12 Rules for Life:
A four week Lent course Monday 11th, 18th, 25th March, 1st April. Hope Chaplaincy 5-6.30pm. Based on the book of the same name by Jordan Peterson. All welcome
A Lenten Challenge
During Lent you may notice a box labelled Lenten Alms on the bench to the front right side of the sanctuary. This is a box where you can deposit the money you would have spent on some luxury. The Archbishop nominates a good cause each year for this money to go to
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