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

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Web: www.bishopeton.org.uk Twitter: @Bishop_Eton Facebook: bishopeton

Youtube: www.youtube.com/c/bishopetonparish 

Parish Priest: Fr T Buckley C.Ss.R. 

Deacon  G Juhasz

SUNDAY 10 JANUARY 2021

THE BAPTISM OF THE LORD - Yr B

The Church is closed until further notice 

For the Mass schedule for other churches in the Pastoral Area visit https://pastol.co.uk/

PLEASE NOTEALL MASS INTENTIONS WILL BE SAID PRIVATELY BY THE CONFRERES. 

THE INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK ARE PUBLISHED BELOW 

NO WEDNESDAY EXPOSITION / NO NOVENA

 INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK:    

All parishioners, Semple family RIP (remembrance),  Mark Gossage RIP (1st anni), Cenacle - Crusade of Prayer,  Peter McDonnell RIP (anni)

Funeral Masses:  

Patrick Delaney RIP, Richard Taylor RIP,  Elizabeth Ralston RIP, Kieran Kavanagh RIP (SM)

INTENTIONS SAID OVER LAST WEEK   

Alex Hoban RIP, Ann D, Patricia Murray RIP, Son & wife (Covid), Tom McC, Anna Gi, Gill Power RIP,

 PLEASE REMEMBER THOSE WHO ARE SICK, THOSE WHO HAVE DIED RECENTLY AND THOSE WHOSE ANNIVERSARIES OCCUR AT THIS TIME. 

FOR THE SICK OF THE PARISH

Fr Gabby C.Ss.R., Margaret H SND, A.K. Flynn, Clare V, Fr John Gildea, Angela W & Sofia W, Andrew J, Pam C, Richard A, Justine S, Fr Vinny McS, Malcolm P, Irene H, Anne McE, Rosa S, Tony A, Sue L, Fr Martin C.Ss.R., Bernard A, James McG, Margaret T, Barbara T, Evonn I, Doris T, Bertha F, Chris R, Paul McM, Jim L, Kerry H, Bella D, Evelyn A, Eva J, Antoinette L, Susan R, Residents of Care Homes, Patricia G, Martin B, Fr Andrew C.Ss.R., David L, Peter M, Sarah P, Lucy C,Ted B, Mike C, Sue McC, Mavis D, Amanda M, Fr Laurence Mayne, Monsignor Dick Atherton

THOSE WHO HAVE DIED RECENTLY

Gill Power, Catherine (Fr Casper’s sister), Fr James Clarkson

ANNIVERSARIES THAT OCCUR AT THIS TIME

Mark Gossage, Peter McDonell

Fr Wilfrid Hughes C.Ss.R., Fr William Owen C.Ss.R., Fr Charles Dorrian C.Ss.R., Br Mark Griffin C.Ss.R., Br Gerard McMorrow C.Ss.R., Br Maurice Bradley C.Ss.R., Br Raphael Crowley C.Ss.R., Br Berchmans Hogan C.Ss.R., Br James McGaffin C.Ss.R., Rev Br John O’Connor C.Ss.R.

 FROM FR TIM   

WAITING PATIENTLY

As I review the past ten months, it seems as though we have been living in a dream world. I am sure many of you are having similar experiences: waking up in the morning and wondering whether it really is all happening. At the same time, as I have been trying to convey in the recorded messages and Masses, I remain hopeful and encouraged at the way together we have worked our way through the challenges thus far.

I am hoping the latest development, namely the decision to depend again on that sense of being united by daily prayer at 7.00pm (if possible) and celebrating the Sunday Mass online will sustain us until we can emerge into a new vaccinated world, where the restrictions can be substantially lifted. Certainly, the vaccination process seems to be moving. I know a good number of people in different parts of the country who have already received doses of vaccine and already one member of our Redemptorist community has been called for his injection this coming Monday. Hopefully, all of us in the ‘at risk groups’ will be cared for in the timescale proposed by the Government.  Meanwhile, let’s pray for patience and the wisdom to continue to follow all the practical advice that will enable us to avoid adding to any spread of the virus.


NO MONASTERY RECEPTION COVER

There will is no reception cover at the monastery, please do not call at the monastery.

Any enquiries, requests etc should be emailed to the parish office where possible or posted through the door and will be dealt with as soon as practical.

We still need to protect the vulnerable community. Thank you 


AN INVITATION TO PRAYER

our lady of the rosary

We have asked that in all our homes we set aside a sacred space where the family could pray, if possible, at 7.00pm each evening At the heart of the prayer will be an Act of Spiritual Communion, so dear to the heart of our Founder, Saint Alphonsus. The leaflet is available on our website, the prayer has been converted so that it is easily understood by the younger ones, but here is the original:

My Jesus, I believe that you are present in the most Holy Sacrament.
I love you above all things and I desire to possess you within my soul.
Since I cannot now receive you sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart.
I embrace you as being already there and unite myself wholly to you.
Never permit me to be separated from you.

The Redemptorist Community has adjusted the daily timetable so that we will be united in prayer with you all at that time. Also, each day we will celebrate Mass and hold all your intentions before the Lord.   


JANUARY 2021 CATHOLIC PICTORIAL

An electronic copy of the  Catholic Pictorial can be found at

https://issuu.com/merseymirror/docs/catholic_pic_january_2021


LIVING LAUDATO SI

Your Parish and Your Planet, Zoom Retreat, 22-25 January 2021. Speakers include: Trish Sandbach, John Paul de Quay, Sr Margaret Atkins and panel discussion for sharing advice on practical projects. Further details see poster below.

Living Laudato Si


JUSTICE AND PEACE MEMORIAL LECTURE:

The Archdiocese of Liverpool J&P Commission Annual Memorial Lecture will take place on Sunday 17 January at 2:00pm (on Zoom).

This year's Memorial Lecture will be given by Mary Colwell, an award-winning writer and producer specialising in natural history, environment, religion, and human stories; she is also a Feature Writer for the Tablet. The title of the lecture will be: 'To Prepare a Future Full of Hope Amid Chaos and Uncertainty'

To register your place please go to the J&P website jp.liverpoolcatholic.org.uk or use the link: http://jp.liverpoolcatholic.org.uk/2021/01/05/memorial-lecture-registration-17-january-2021/

Memorial Lecture 2021


LATEST UPDATE ON FINANCE FROM FR TIM 

I am very aware that some families will be experiencing financial hardship following the lockdown, and therefore fully understand if you temporarily suspend your monthly standing order to Bishop Eton. For others who are still in a position to contribute to parish finances, I would like to remind you how you can still make your offering, safely, to Bishop Eton during this time of  social distancing. 

1. BY CHEQUE: Please write a cheque and post it through the Monastery door. (No need to knock.) Cheques can be made payable to: Our Lady of The Annunciation Parish 215.

2. STANDING ORDER: If possible, you could set up a monthly standing order amounting to your usual weekly donation. If you are able to do this, please contact the finance team by email. They will provide you with the account details on  .

3. ONLINE: For online giving for one-off or regular monthly donations. The parish has its own unique link:

https://donate.liverpoolcatholic.org.uk/our-ladys-of-the-annunciation-bishop-eton.

4. Text donations of £2, £3, £5 or £10;

Text BISHOPETONto 70085 to donate £2.

Text BISHOPETON to 70450 to donate £3.

Text BISHOPETON to 70460 to donate £5.

Text BISHOPETON to 70470 to donate £10.

Texts cost your donation amount plus one standard rate message and you’ll be opting in to hear more about our work and fundraising via telephone and SMS

 If you’d like to give a donation but do not wish to receive marketing communications Text BISHOPETONNOINFO to the same number. 

GIFT AID: If you pay income tax please don’t forget to gift aid your donation. For every £1 donated we can claim 25p! Forms are now available at the exit in the Hughes Room.  

As ever, thank you for your understanding, support and prayers.

 


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