Liverpool City Centre Walk of Witness 11.00am

The City Walk of witness is led through the city centre led by the Bishop of Liverpool and the Archbishop of Liverpool.   Starting at Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral Piazza and finishing with prayers and refreshments at Liverpool Parish Church.

The Missionaries of Charity invite you to join them as the carry 'the cross' through Church St ^ Bold Street finishing ar St Luke's Church  where there will be a short service.

Please arrive at 1.45 for a 2pm start

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The Metropolitan Cathedral is holding four talks on the symbolism and structure of the Mass.

The talks are on 15th, 22nd & 29th March and the 5th April

EASTER EGGS Please would you consider donating an Easter Egg to the Cathedral this Lent. We will be sending half of anything we receive to the Women’s Refuge on the Wirral and also to the 2 Refuge Houses that are in Liverpool, charities that are so deserving and in real need. The other half will be raffled after the Solemn Mass on Easter Sunday. 

Thank you in advance

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Lenten Alms:

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 in Lent. The Archbishop nominates a good cause each year for this money to go to

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  • A group of parishioners are meeting together during Lent to pray the Stations of the Cross. We will meet on Friday’s at 2.00pm. All are welcome. Each week we hope to use a different meditation. There will be no meetings on the 17th and 31st March (the church is unavailable) or  on Good Friday - as there will be Stations held that evening.
  • Also... Devine Mercy Piece Group will be meeting during Lent to Pray the Stations of the Cross and Chaplet on Friday’s at 7.30pm, excluding Good Friday.
  • If you wish to pray the stations at home you can find images of our church stations by clicking here




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The old translation of the First Lenten Preface spoke in gratitude to God in these words: “Each year you give us this joyful season when we prepare to celebrate the paschal mystery with mind and heart renewed.” The new translation reads: “For by your gracious gift each year your faithful await the sacred paschal feasts with the joy of minds made pure.” I admit that these words are a more exact  translation of the Latin, but there was always something refreshing about the challenge of actually seeing Lent as a “joyful season” to offset the temptation of entering the six weeks with a sense of misery and foreboding.

Youth J&P Group Youth Reteat - Youth retreat day will be held on Sunday 2 April at St Mary’s, Woolton. The theme-OUR VALUES, OUR VALUE. We meet at 11.00am for Mass at the church then at 12 noon we will be in the church hall to have ice-breaker games and lunch, All young people will be asked to bring their own packed lunch, but there will be snacks and juice available.

There will be a carousel of three workshops and the day will end with a short service and tea and cake at about 4.30pm.

We would ask for a small donation of £1 towards the costs.We hope as many young people as possible will be able to come and share this wonderful day. Contact Sarah  on 07879 633 262 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for details and to book.


  • Ken McCabe, RE teacher and former Prison Chaplain at Walton will be reflecting on what it means to be a young Christian in theworld today.
  • Maria Tanton, school chaplain from Maricourt School will be talking about self-esteem and God's love for us.
  • Our J&P youth team will be helping the young people to reflect on important values to help us live well, as God would want us to.
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