Services for Holy Week and Easter
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Pastoral Letter: Sunday 10 March 2019
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for the First Sunday of Lent
10 March 2019
Synod 2020: Everything you need to knowVisit the Synod 2020 website in preparation for the landmark event taking place next year in the Archdiocese of Liverpool.
This mine of content includes the latest related news, Archbishop Malcolm's pastoral letters, as well as key liturgical resources.
What the week holds for Archbishop Malcolm and Bishops Tom and Vincent.
Sunday's reading is the Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ according to Luke.
Read the Gospel for Maundy Thursday's Mass of the Lord's Supper: John 13:1-15.
The Gospel for the Celebration of the Passion of the Lord comes from John 18:1-19:42.
Music at the Met
Cathedral music director Dr Christopher McElroy previews Holy Week and Easter.
Animate team coordinator Tom looks ahead to four special Sundays in April.
Easter card campaign
Get all the information you need in order to send Easter cards to the Holy Land.
Sunday thoughts: April 2019Monsignor John Devine notes how Jesus deflects the Pharisees' questions, and considers how nowadays certain questions are similarly designed to score points.
'Their purpose is to discredit and to incriminate,' he observes in the latest edition of the Catholic Pic magazine.
Teamwork is helping Helen Jones in her role as south Liverpool pastoral associate.
Faith in Action
Faith in Action needs moderators to help young people complete their projects.
Justice & Peace
Why we give thanks each year for Óscar Romero, a man who made the ultimate sacrifice.
Tribute to slain priest
St Mary's College honours old boy Father Gerry Weston, who died during the Troubles.
The Word of the Lord
Listen to the latest Sunday Gospel reading via the site sundaygospel.co.uk.
Jealousy is a bully
Pic columnist Moira Billinge explains why a thankful heart is rarely an envious one.
Take time to read our special weekly reflection for every Sunday of the liturgical year.
Safeguarding e-learningThe Catholic Church in England and Wales has worked with EduCare to create an e-learning package that raises awareness in the Catholic community.
It is part of the Church’s commitment to safeguarding, and is available for free.
Lowdown on GDPR
Everything you need to know about the Archdiocese of Liverpool and GDPR.