From the Archbishop's desk: January 2019
'January is a very hopeful month for it is a time for us to look forward to the year ahead,' Archbishop Malcolm writes.
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Read Sunday's Gospel
Read St John's account of the wedding at Cana: 'the first of the signs given by Jesus'.
See what the week has in prospect for Archbishop Malcolm and Bishop Tom.
Archbishop Malcolm's Christmas message'Jesus, the true Light, has come in our lives to give us real hope because each one of us matters – this is not just wishful thinking.'
Read the Christmas message issued by Liverpool's Archbishop, Most Reverend Malcolm McMahon OP.
Justice and Peace
The J&P Annual Memorial Lecture for 2019 took place Sunday 20 January at LACE.
Build a safer Church
A safeguarding training day for our clergy was a ‘moving and informative’ experience.
Alexandra Griffiths explains the targets she is setting as our safeguarding coordinator.
Holy Land's youth
How young people and education offer hope of peace and justice in the Holy Land.
How Jesus' first miracle, at the Cana wedding, celebrates marriage and sexuality.
Latest from Animate
Tom Carty insists Christmas should shape our lives all year long, starting in January.
Stamp of approval
Why our Cathedral was one of six selected to feature in a 1960s GPO stamp series.
Synod 2020: Everything you need to knowVisit our Synod 2020 website in preparation for the landmark event taking place in our Archdiocese in two years' time.
This informative mine of content includes the latest related news, Archbishop Malcolm's pastoral letters, as well as key liturgical resources.
The Word of the Lord
Listen to this Sunday's Gospel reading by visiting the website www.sundaygospel.co.uk.
Everything you need to know about the Archdiocese of Liverpool and GDPR is here.
Over 100 people were at LACE to assess how best to welcome asylum seekers and refugees.
Justice and Peace
Community Sponsorship: Answer Pope Francis's call and sponsor a refugee family!
Safeguarding e-learningThe Catholic Church in England and Wales has worked with EduCare to create an e-learning package that raises awareness throughout the Catholic Community.
It is part of the Church’s commitment to safeguarding, and is available for free.
Take time to read our special weekly reflection for every Sunday of the liturgical year.