Our Lady of the Annunciation, Bishop Eton,
Woolton Road, Liverpool L16 8NQ
Served by the Redemptorists.
Archdiocese of Liverpool. Registered Charity No. 232709
Tel: 722 1108
Parish Office E-mail: .
Parish Priest: Fr T Buckley C.Ss.R.
Deacons J Keeley, Gergely Juhasz
TWENTY - SECOND SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME (C)
8.30am, 10.00am, 11.30am, 6.00pm
Monday - Friday 7.00am, 12.00 midday
Saturday Mass 12.00 midday
WEDNESDAY EXPOSITION: 11.00am to 11.45 and 6.00pm to 7.30pm
Novena in honour of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour.
Rosary: 11.30am Monday—Tuesday, Thursday—Saturday.
No Rosary before funerals.
Sacrament of Reconciliation:
On Saturday from 4.00pm to 5.00pm and at call
Are you new to the parish? welcome!
If you live within the parish or attend here regularly you should be registered with us by filling in a registration form. These can be found in the porch (or click here ) along with a Parish Directory. Hand your completed form into the parish office.
A NEW TERM
As the new academic year begins we welcome back the staff and pupils of all our schools with an especially warm welcome to those who are joining us for the first time. New starts, fresh opportunities: let us hope that our dreams will be realised, but above all let us support one another to face the challenges the coming year will bring. The country is certainly in a kind of turmoil, the like of which I do not recall in my lifetime: all the more reason for us as a Christian community to be a haven of love, hope, trust and unity. Let’s go.
Mary Brown RIP
The Funeral Service of Mary Brown RIP will take place on Tuesday 3 September at 2.00 pm.
Elizabeth Turley RIP
The Funeral of Elizabeth Turley RIP will take place on Friday 6 September at 12.00 noon.
SVP Monthly Collection
The SVP's monthly collection will take place after all Masses today. Thank you for your generosity.
Holy Hour Adoration
Holy Hour Adoration this Friday 6 September at 7.30pm. Please come and join us.
The monthly Friends of the Holy Land Mass for peace and justice for our fellow Christians in the Holy Land will take place on Saturday 7 September at 12.00 midday.
Parish Quiz Night
The next parish quiz night will be on Saturday 7 September at 8.00pm for 8.30pm start. All welcome.
There will be a retiring collection after all Masses next Sunday, 8 September.
Parish Coffee Morning
The Parish Coffee Morning will take place on Sunday 8 September after the 10.00am Mass. Also, the Repository with all profits going to Project Zimbabwe.
If you have been thinking that you would like to know more about joining the Catholic Church why not contact the Parish Office on 722 1108 and find out more about the meetings due to start in September.
For those who attended training in June, the defib has been installed in the monastery reception just behind the door beyond the sacristy, connecting the church to the monastery.There will be a second round of training for all after all Masses on Sunday 15 September.The new machine will be displayed at this session. All welcome.
ONE WORLD GROUP - Afternoon Tea
The One World Group is holding an Afternoon Tea Fundraiser on Sunday 8 September at 2.00pm in the Fisher-More Hall. Tickets are £12 which includes a welcoming glass of Prosecco and are available from Cath 07866 798 158 and Sara 07947 120 371.
Women’s Group - LLandudno trip
Thursday 12 September coach visit to Llandudno. This is a coach event, the rest is up to you! Cost is now £16.00 due to an increase in parking charges. Payment envelopes will be available from the Monastery.
SCA - Clothes sale
Sale of new chain store sample clothes for children and adults on Saturday 14 September from 10.30am to 1.00pm in the Fisher-More Hall. All proceeds in aid of Street Child Africa with Chance for Childhood
BE Green Project with CAFOD
To follow up the Creation Mass held in June, there will be a meeting in the Fisher-More Hall on Tuesday 17 September at 7.30pm for anyone interested in supporting a ‘green’ project here at Bishop Eton.
You can read more about the creation Mass by clicking here.
September 1st is desifnated as the World Day of Prayer for the care of Creation. For more details click here
If you are hoping to start a new volunteer role in September please contact the Safeguarding Team on to start the process as soon as possible as it can take a few months to be completed. You may not start in your role until we have been notified by the Archdiocese that you have a clear DBS. Thank you.
St Mary’s Parish Pilgrimage To Rome And Assisi - Pre-Departure Meeting:
There will be a short meeting in St Mary’s parish hall on Sunday 22 September at 2.30pm for all those signed up for the Parish Pilgrimage. We will discuss joining instructions and hopefully answer any questions you may have. The itinerary for the tour will also be circulated at this meeting.
Pastoral Area Prayer:
Wednesday 4 September 6-6:30pm Hope Chapel. All are very welcome to join with fellow parishioners from the parishes in the Pastoral Area as we journey together in faith. This is an opportunity to be led in a short time in prayer together especially as we move towards Synod 2020. Tea and coffee will follow.
Open Evening: St Julie’s Catholic High School
St Julie's invite girls in Years 4, 5 and 6 and their parents to take a tour of our state of the art facilities on Thursday 19 September from 4.00pm to 6.00pm. Come and find out what it means to be part of the Notre Dame community of schools.
Restored Lives - Recovery from Divorce and Separation:
This is a series of six meetings starting on 19 September to 24 October for anyone who has been impacted by the end of a serious relationship. Meetings are free, confidential, informative and affirming. For details contact: Maureen O’Brien 07967 753371 or Jacqui Sellek 07793 825815.
As we move towards the next phase of our Synod journey a series of talks that will help us to better understand some of the pressing concerns of the Church has been announced.
First Synod Talk: THE QUIET REVOLUTION OF POPE FRANCIS - A SYNODAL CATHOLIC CHURCH. At Hope Chapel on Monday 7th Oct at 7.30pm. Tea and Coffee from 7pm
All are welcome to come and find out more about Pope’s Francis’ focus on a renewed Church and how this can translate into parishes and diocese.
The Former Irish Jesuit Provincial Gerry O’Hanlon SJ is a theologian and author of many books, including ‘The Quiet Revolution of Pope Francis’. He looks at the Pope’s vision for new roles for the Pope, bishops, theologians, and all the baptised.
An optional night prayer follows at 9.00pm. Each talk includes time for questions
All are welcome. Please encourage others to attend what promises to be an inspirational and enriching series.
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Items not in the Paper Version of the Bulletin.
The September issue of BE Alive is now available. Paper copies in the porch, or click here for an electronic copy.
Little Church and Children’s Liturgy:
It is a celebration of the Liturgy of the Word for children aged 3-11 years.
Parents may attend for the first 2/3 sessions to help their children settle into the group.
Any parent wishing to attend the group regularly, apart from if they are attending solely to assist their child who has a disability, must become a leader or a designated helper and apply for DBS clearance in accordance with the Archdiocesan Safeguarding Procedures.
These procedures have been set by the Archdiocese for the protection and safety of the children.
Marriage Matters Reflections for this week
A Reflection from Marriage Matters (www.twoinoneflesh.org.uk) for this Sunday
Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time (Eccl 3:17-20, 28-29; Heb 12:18-19, 22-24; Luke 14:1, 7-14)
Raised by our love
We live in a world where self-promotion is at the heart of many superficial relationships.
But ours is a New Covenant of love – Jesus refers to this in the Gospel. In this unique relationship we seek to encourage and raise each other higher. When we fail, as inevitably we do, He calls us to ask forgiveness of each other.
Our Lady of the Assumption Gateacre - Admin Vacancy:
Latest from CTMH
For the latest from CTMH click here. The bulletin will return in force from 4th September
The REFOCCUS Marriage Enrichment Inventory designed to help a couple focus on key topic areas and enrich their marriage through rediscovery of the depth of a couple’s love and desire to continue to grow together.
KNIGHTS OF ST COLUMBA - ANNUAL SPONSORED WALK:
Sunday 15 September at 2pm from the Albert Dock gate (opposite the Hilton Hotel) along the waterfront to Liverpool Cricket Club for Zoe’s Place and the Sisters of Mercy educating children in Mukuru, Kenya.
Sponsored envelopes will be handed out before Masses today Sunday 1 September.
Wills & Lasting Power of Attorney:
An information session on Wills and Lasting Power of Attorney will take place on Friday 6 September at 12.30pm in Our Lady of Assumption, Romero Room. Through a contact within their Parish, Jackson Lees Solicitors are going to provide free advice about Wills and LPAs.
This is purely a meeting to inform so why not pop along.
There will be an open, informal meeting to find out more about Family Groups and how this Ministry of Welcome can support a parish community. Like a natural family, Family Groups are made up of people of all ages and circumstances who simply commit to meet regularly and get to know each other better. The groups are linked by a common faith bond but are not exclusive to Catholics.
Family Groups do not replace other groups in the parish but help their members develop genuine friendships and support networks and to build a sense of community in the parish and a sense of parish in the community.
If you think this issomething that could benefit the parish, please come along to: LACE, Croxteth Drive, L17 1AA on Wednesday 2 October at 7.30pm. Please contact Sue Faulkner on 522 1047 or email to book a place.
Afternoon Tea and Sing-Along
The next monthly Afternoon Tea and Sing-along will take place at St Mary’s parish hall on 28th September 2019 at 2.00pm—4.00pm. All welcome especially those living with or caring for someone living with dementia.
BBC MUSIC MEMORIES:
A very useful resource for people living with dementia can be found at: https://musicmemories.bbcrewind.co.uk/
ARE YOU A CARER?
The Senior Caregivers Alliance have suggested the following website which carers may find useful: https://blog.taxact.com/tax-deductions-and-tips-for-seniors-and-their-families/
Life – youth event
NSPCC video series on keeping safe on line
The NSPCC are creating an online video series to help parents keep their children safe on-line
To learn more click here
Event at the Christian Heritage Centre
The Christian Heritage Centre is based at Stonyhurst College. The event can be booked online or by calling. 01254 827329
Imagining Reality: Beauty, Goodness & Truth in English LIterature
20th September to 22nd September :
A study weekend exploring the connection between reading, imagination and character formation through the lens of English Literature For more information click here
The Archbishop Romero Trust is pleased to share four excellent documentaries to view online about St Oscar Romero and the Church in El Salvador. For further information go to:http://www.romerotrust.org.uk/videos
BE PART OF STRICTLY NUGENT CHARITY DANCE EVENT 2019 AT ANFIELD:
Nugent's fourth annual dance competition and gala fundraiser, Strictly Nugent 2019, will this year take place at Anfield Stadium, Liverpool, on Saturday 2 November 2019.
Nugent are looking for new dancers to take part and help make Strictly Nugent 2019 'THE' glamorous ballroom fundraising event of the year.
For more information on how you can get involved and support your local charity, Nugent, please visit: https://www.wearenugent.org/news/be-part-of-strictly-2019/ or call Nugent’s Fundraising Team today on 0151 261 2000.
Come & See
Come and See is a conference in which we explore aspects of our faith and its importance in today’s society.
Taking place at Christ the King High School, Southport, 12/13 October, 9.00am-8.30pm, the keynote speaker is Peter McVerry and the day will include workshops, music and prayer. For more info contact Irenaeus on 949 1199.
Day of Reparation
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Mike Anderson Music Worskshop
Chair Based Exercise Group
This gentle exercise group takes place at New Hutte Neighbourhood Centre every Tuesday between 11.00am and 12.00 noon. At the end of the session there is an opportunity to have a drink and a chat with a group of very friendly people.
A great opportunity to keep active and enjoy some lovely company! Please come along as you will be made most welcome!
The Marie Curie Helper Service is Recruiting
The Marie Curie Helper service recruits, trains and supports volunteers to support terminally ill people (defined as anyone with any terminal illness, not just cancer) who are in the last 12 months of life.
This support follows the terminally ill person wherever they are, whether it be in their own home, hospice, hospital or nursing home. Our volunteers provide companionship, emotional support, practical support, provide a break for carers, information giving and signposting.
The support may be face to face (which it normally is) or could be by telephone if the person isn’t up to a physical visit. The same volunteer will then sometimes provide bereavement support for that person’s carer or loved one for up to 3 months after death.
This is an amazing service with incredible volunteers. Marie Curie is now recruiting more volunteers. If you or anyone you know has any questions about the service or wishes to know more, please do not hesitate to give Jan the Volunteer Coordinator a call on 0800 304 7402 or 07928 525611
CATHEDRAL WALKING GROUP
The next date for the Cathedral Walking Group will be on Sunday 29 September 2019 where once again we will meet at 12.30pm at the Cathedral Car Park. Previous walks have been excellent! Further details from New walkers are always welcome.
CATHEDRAL BOOK CLUB
The next meeting of the Cathedral Book Club will be Thursday 5 September at 7.00pm in the Gibberd Room.
The book this month is Snap by Belinda Bauer. 'The best crime novel I've read in a very long time.' Snap decisions can be dangerous. On a stifling summer's day, elevenyear-old Jack and his two sisters sit in their broken-down car, waiting for their mother to come back and rescue them. Jack's in charge, she'd said. I won't be long. But she doesn't come back. She never comes back. And life as the children know it is changed for ever. Three years later, Jack is still in charge - of his sisters, of supporting them all, of making sure nobody knows they're alone in the house, and - quite suddenly - of finding out the truth about what happened to his mother.
New readers are always welcome.
VOLUNTEER WITH NUGENT
"Volunteering gives me opportunities that I wouldn’t have had." Volunteering is a great way to boost your skills, improve your CV, meet new people and give back to your community.
There are currently volunteering opportunities in the Nugent Charity Shop on Allerton Road, Liverpool. It is one of the most popular charity shops in the area, with a lot of regular customers and the team have sold over 40,000 items so far this year and raised over £90,000 for Nugent’s community services. Volunteers in the Charity Shop get involved in all aspects, from sorting stock to taking payments, but most of all they are the face of Nugent for all of their regular customers. Give Colin a call now on 0151 261 2041 to find out how you could volunteer with Nugent, or email, . "It's great fun too, seeing new and old faces and having a chance to chat." Find out more at wearenugent.org
Nugent Pre-loved campaign
Safe Internet courses
LIVERPOOL ROMERO LECTURE
The Romero Lecture will take place on 25 September at 6.30pm for 6.45pm in the 001 Theatre in the Cornerstone Hope University (Everton Campus) Liverpool L3 8DR. The title is Prophetic Trajectories of Hope from San Salvador to Liverpool: A celebration of the ministries of Oscar Romero, Austin Smith, Kevin Kelly and Tom Cullinan. The lecture will be given by David McLoughlin, Newman University, Birmingham.