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Having spoken with him several times during the past week, the community is happy to report that Fr Tim is in very fine form. To date everything seems to have gone extremely well. Now he must simply sit back and relax for a couple of weeks, to ensure that he comes back to the parish fighting fit. He thanks all of you for your prayers and good wishes, all have been greatly appreciated.
Deacon John Keeley: The reinstatement of the permanent diaconate after the Second Vatican Council has been a great gift to the church. It has meant that married and family men have been able to bring a new dimension to ministry, but this has been possible only with the loving support of the rest of the family. It is for that reason that we again extend our congratulations to John, Maureen and all the family for the past 25 years of John's ministry in this parish.
Census forms: we have had a great response to the census and details are gradually being entered into our database. The Parish Pastoral Group is identifying those who have offered help in various capacities and you will all be contacted in due course, but please feel free to contact leaders directly if you are interested in helping in any way. Please keep sending in forms if you have not already done so. This is an ongoing exercise so it is never too late. Please also remember to let us know of any changes/moves in the future.
Click here for an electronic copy of the form.
Please note that the Parish directory contains full contact details. If you want to contact the core team click here for contact details.
The Archdiocese website had several reports on the visit of Archbishop Kelly and Fr. Mark Madden to the Holy Land. You can access these reports by clicking on the below links.
The Half Marathon Runners (and Cyclists) were delighted to present a cheque for £4,624.67 to Fr Desmond this week to support the great work of The Mavambo Trust, Zimbabwe.
The overall total raised over the last three years now stands at an incredible £14,047. Many many thanks.
Liverpool Half Marathon Bishop Eton runners for Project Zimbabwe. Overall we had ten runners and all completed the course safely. With sponsorship monies collected and pledges outstanding it looks like the 2012 total raised will be some £3078.18. Again the runners would like to express their sincere thanks for all the very generous support, words of encouragement and cheers on the day!
To view photos of the event click here
Zimbabwe Christmas Project:
Thank you for all the support for our Redemptorist communities in Zimbabwe. There remain just a few of the gift vouchers (akin to Oxfam and CAFOD vouchers) at the Monastery for Bro Benjamin's project among the children who are victims of the AIDS pandemic. Please see the poster in the porch. A £10 voucher will feed a child-headed household or a group of AIDS orphans for a month. Please hand in donations to the Monastery.
The Redemptorists London Province was grateful to receive more than £4000 for the Zimbabwe mission, part of the £6500 collected from our Red Boxes during 2011. Thanks again to the box holders and collectors.
If you would like to be part of this traditional Catholic charity for the missions please ask for a Red Box to put in your home. It will be emptied at least twice a year.
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