Friday 7th Sept
Talks, discussions, workshops, prayer opportunities and cultural events complementing the main events of the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage & Congress Adoremus 2018
Self-guided walking tour
An opportunity to discover the culture of the world-famous city of Liverpool and its Catholic history. Walk at your own pace through the streets and waterfront of Liverpool strolling through sites of international importance. Visit both cathedrals and celebrate the ecumenical links between Catholics and Anglicans in the year of the 30th anniversary of ‘Better Together’ which celebrated Christian unity in the city.
A choice of two walks –
- Liverpool Waterfront returning via city centre
- Two Cathedrals, Victorian toilets and Nordic culture
These walks are available at any time, details of the walks and a 'walks map' are available on the Archdiocesan Adoremus page. click here
Events at Bishop Eton
Holy Hour with children & Families - starts at 6 pm
An opportunity to witness and participate in Eucharistic Adoration with children and families. A family-friendly Holy Hour with the Redemptorist community followed by hospitality.
Events at the Cathedral
Reconciliation, Adoration, Masses and Services at the Metropolitan Cathedral
- Reconciliation 6 - 7pm
- Adoration 4 – 6pm
- Choral Evening prayer 6.15pm with Mass at 7
Archive exhibition in the Abraham Apse at the Metropolitan Cathedral
An exhibition of items from the 1908 Eucharistic Congress in London illustrating the history of the Catholic Church in England & Wales. Displays include other materials about Adoration of the Eucharist from the last century up to our own time.
International Exhibition of Eucharistic Miracles
International Exhibition of Eucharistic Miracles, designed by Servant of God, Carlo Acutis (1991-2006). Carlo collated all the Church’s confirmed Eucharistic Miracles and put them online. Shortly after completing the project Carlo died of fulminant leukaemia.
Gibberd Room 8am – 6pm
This exhibition will also feature at St John the Evangelist Church, 70 Fountains Road, Kirkdale, Liverpool L4 1QL from 12 – 8pm.
Additional Information is available on the websites
Events at the Carmelite Monastery
Exposition & Vespers with the Carmelite monastery, Liverpool
An opportunity for silent reflection and prayer with the Carmelites, Carmelite Monastery Maryton Grange, Allerton Road, Liverpool L18 3NU
From 1 pm concluding with Vespers at 4:30 pm.
Events at St John's Kirkdale
International Exhibition of Eucharistic Miracles
See the entry listed for the cathedral above.
Events at St Patrick's
St Patrick’s Church, Park Place, Liverpool L8 5RA
Living Joyfully Adoremus 12 noon to 7pm
A rolling program of workshops, talks and discussion. Come, meet and pray with consecrated religious. All welcome. Tea and light refreshments available. Full programme will be added to www.ukvocation.org and Vocations Network North West - UK Facebook page. once it is finalised.
Meet a Missionary - 12-7pm
A chance to talk through technology with missionaries working thousands of miles away. 'Meet a Missionary' is an initiative that gives young people an interactive encounter with Catholic Missionaries who are living out the gospel in countries all over the world. Come and explore this unique opportunity to hear first-hand about the highs and lows of missionaries’ experiences - experiences which often cross cultural boundaries, span monumental historical and political shifts and plant them firmly outside of their comfort zone.
***** The Redemptorist Young Adult Group and Hope Cath Soc recently attended *****
***** a Meet the Missionary session and found it inspiring *****
Event at St Anthony of Egypt Scotland Road
Welcoming the stranger: Immigration, asylum seekers and refugees 12-9pm
A look at the history of immigration into the Northwest of England including current issues of migration, asylum and refugees. Displays, statistics, stories and voices about what it means to journey in search of a new life in the United Kingdom. There will also be information about the Home Office Community Sponsorship Scheme and how churches can be involved. Takes place in an historic Liverpool Irish immigrant parish.
Event at St Francis Xavier Church
St Francis Xavier Church, Salisbury Street, Liverpool L3 8DR
Broken TV series: a discussion with Director Jimmy McGovern 11am-3.30pm
Because of mature themes, the discussion is limited to those 15+
A viewing of a selection of episodes of the BAFTA winning television series Broken about an inner-city priest from the North of England and the people around him in his community. Exposition, Mass, and refreshments are followed by the screening of an episode with behind-the-scenes commentary by the director Jimmy McGovern. Includes discussion with the director about the issues raised by this important series and living the Eucharist in daily life.
Event at St Anne & St Bernard's Church
St Anne & St Bernard, Overbury Street, Edge Hill, Liverpool L7 3HJ
Evening sing-along of famous Liverpool songs 7:30-9: 30 pm includes hospitality
Nugent hosts an evening sing-along of songs that made Liverpool famous throughout the world. This includes Beatles tunes, sea shanties and popular songs in an evening event for families, people with disabilities and anyone who enjoys a sing-along!
Event at the Blessed Sacrament Shrine
The Blessed Sacrament Shrine, 4 Dawson Street, Liverpool L1 1LE from 6 pm.
Jesus, we adore You Come and be with Our Lord, present in the Blessed Sacrament. Youth 2000 will be leading an evening of prayer and worship on Friday night interceding for Adoremus, the evangelisation of the UK and the conversion of our hearts. Friday evening from 6 pm with Adoration until Saturday afternoon
Events at Notre Dame college Gt Homer Street 10 am - 2 pm