Adoremus National Eucharistic Pilgrimage & Congress 2018
Eucharist is… pilgrimage
The culmination of a pilgrimage may be a Mass, but the source and summit of any week as a Catholic Christian is the Eucharist.We don’t have to journey with passport and suitcase to find the healing that we need, the healing of forgiveness and inclusion in God’s family.We just have to journey to church for Mass.
St Mary’s and Bishop Eton Women’s Group
Newsletter 10th April 2018
Well, Spring is here they tell me. I hope you all had a happy and calorie-free Easter!
On the Tuesday of Holy Week we held our monthly lunch-time session. Rosemary Poole led a thought provoking reflection on the TS Eliot poem “The Coming of the Magi”. Sadly, the IT gremlins prevented Rosemary from illustrating her talk. Where is the Hi-Tec Hammer when you need it? Thank you, Rosemary.
Photos from Holy Week upto the Vigil on Holy Saturday
CTMH Update 11.4.18
Wednesday 11th April
Church Open Day: St Matthew and St James, Mossley Hill, 10am – 4pm
Mossley Hill Parish Church will be open from 10.00am until 4.00pm to showcase our new look following the rebuilding and reordering which has taken place during the last two years. A film will be shown and new visitor guides available as part of our heritage trail project. Refreshments will be also be available. Please come and visit!
RYM Young Adult Group meets this Tuesday 10 April at 7:30pm in the Fisher-More Hall.
Come along for a fun session getting to know the saints (and each other)! Afterwards we will go for a drink at the Childwall Abbey.
Resettlement Scheme logo
Over 100 year 5 and 6 children entered the `design a resettlement logo competition` just before Easter. Congratulations to Isabel and Gabriella both of year 5 for the winning entry!
Letter of Support:
Thanks to Councillor Richard Kemp for sending us a most encouraging letter of support
Netherley Youth & Community Foodbank:
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