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During this last week before Christmas, we still have many preparatory celebrations in the schools and in the parishes. They are designed to help us focus on the wonder of the gift God has given us and thereby prepare for the great day itself.

Each year Christmas provides us with a unique opportunity to reach out to the wider community. For some, it is the one time in the year when they choose to come to church. I hope the welcome they receive may prompt them to think about how rewarding it would be to be part of our communities of faith throughout the year.

realise that some of the Masses draw unusually large congregations and we do need to be careful regarding the whole question of health and safety. For those Masses we will ensure that votive candles are not available; we will put some extra chairs out and have a couple of standing areas, but at the same time try to ensure that the church does not become so overcrowded that evacuation in the case of an emergency was impossible.

It will be wise to arrive early and be as accommodating as possible. We will be able to bring some children onto the sanctuary as usual, but obviously, if the church is packed then some people may be disappointed. Hopefully, anyone in that situation will understand.

The Funeral of Deborah Sharpe RIP

will take place on Wednesday 19 December at 1.30pm.

Project Zimbabwe, “Shine a light this Christmas”.

Thank you for your support, we raised £2100 and more will be on sale after the Carol Service on Tuesday.  Christmas cards (inc a bag of maize voucher, which will feed a family or group of orphans for a month) £10 each and will be on sale from the Monastery reception, Monday—Saturday 9.00am—6.00pm. We have made a difference!

Bishop Eton Resettlement Group

Christmas Raffle and Children's Quiz. On sale after all Masses today or available from the monastery reception. (Completed Children's Quizzes can be left in the box in the porch

Women's Group

Cuppa and mince pies on Tuesday 18th December at 2.30pm in the Fisher-More Hall. Bring food to share, please.

Christmas Used Stamp

Please bring them to the Sacristy to support Redemptorist Mission Action.

Invitation to all Parish helpers:

Parish helpers’ social evening: Friday 11 January: 7.00pm -10.00pm. It is a way of saying ‘thank you’ for all that you do to build up the community of faith here in Bishop Eton, so please try and come along.

Our Lady's Bishop Eton Primary School

- Admissions Consultation 2020

The Admissions Code of Practice 2012 requires an admissions authority to consult each time it proposes significant changes to its admission arrangements. On behalf of the Governing Body (which the admission authority for this school), the Archdioceses of Liverpool is undertaking this statutory consultation with parents and other stakeholders of the school. The consultation process allows parents, other schools, the local authority, and other interested stakeholders to raise comments or concerns about the proposed arrangements. This consultation will run between 3rd December 2018 and 25th January 2019. For more detailed information please see the school's website, under Key Information, Admissions 2020.

World Meeting of Families Newsletter 

The latest version of the newsletter can be read by clicking here.

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Friday 14th December

The Coffee Stop Every Friday at Elm Hall Drive Methodist  10:30 – Noon

Meet for coffee and a chat with friends

Children's Liturgy Amnesty

We are holding an amnesty on all children’s liturgy materials, please hand into the monastery. Thank you.  


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