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Friday the 12th June is the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Memorial Book:The new Memorial Book is now in place at the entrance to the Lady Chapel. We are entering deaths since 2000 and our immense thanks again to Dr Norman Russell for providing and looking after this treasure.

Fr Stephen Pritchard has now taken up residence in St Mary’s Presbytery and has offered to help out in our two parishes during the coming weeks. This will only be for a couple of months because he has now been appointed to succeed Fr Philip Inch at Our Lady of the Assumption in the autumn. We wish both of them every happiness in their now appointments. Fr Philip is going to Penwortham.

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Antiques Valuation Day (with Adam Partridge) Tuesday9th June in the Fisher-More Hall from 2 to 6 p.m.

Please see the poster in the porch. Proceeds to Nugent Care.


Mariapolisplease see leaflets in the porch for details. If any parishioner can offer accommodation please contact Margaret Bailey by email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

To read The May 2015  FHL Update click here.

Marie Alphonsine Ghattas from Jerusalem & Mariam Bawardy from Ibillin (Galilee) are 2 Palestinian nuns from 19th century Ottoman Palestine. They will be canonised (honoured with sainthood) by Pope Francis on 17 May 2015 (Sunday) at St Peter's Basilica in Rome.

Sister Marie was an educator who founded inter alia the Rosary Sisters Schools and Sister Mariam was a Carmelite mystic. The canonisation concludes a vigilant process of beatification.


Christian churches & organisations who wonder at times how [best] to highlight their witness & solidarity should perhaps not underestimate the significance of an event that weaves together so many strands.


Also attending the canonisation will be Mahmoud Abbas, president of the PA, and the treaty recognising Palestine as a State might well be signed during this visit too. 

The Nepal Disaster Appeal has raised over £3,500 from the two parishes. Thank you.

This weekend there is an obligatory collection after all Masses for World Communications Sunday.Please take a prayer card from the porch.

The Nepal Disaster Appeal has already raised over £2,500 from the two parishes—and climbing! Thank you.

Next weekend there is an obligatory collection after all Masses for World Communications Sunday.


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