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Golden Jubilee celebrations at Metropolitan Cathedral
Thousands came to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King from 2–5 June.

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What's on in Liverpool Archdiocese: May–June

Organ recitals by four different cathedral organists mark Cathedral Jubilee

• Dr Ian Boxall leads clergy day at LACE and second teaching day for lay people

• Busy agenda of events and activities scheduled across Liverpool Archdiocese

 

Celebrate Child Mass

The diocese's annual family celebration Mass will be on 2 July at St Anne's, Ormskirk.

Safeguarding in focus

A diocesan Safeguarding Conference will take place at LACE on Saturday 8 July.

Living Fully event

Living Fully: a 23 September study day at LACE will explore how all life is a gift from God.

Cathedral memories

Mgr Peter Cookson on his 16 years as administrator and dean of a place he holds dear.

Jubilee organ recitals

Organists from four different cathedrals will give celebrity recitals at our Met Cathedral.

Ian Boxall podcast

An interview about Catholic biblical studies with Prof. Ian Boxall and Veronica Murphy.

Sunday's Gospel

Read the Gospel from the 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time: Matthew 10: 26–33.

Cathedral memories

Eileen Petrie on the 1967 Cathedral Consecration, a day that she remembers well.

CD celebrates Jubilee

'Angels, Saints and Nations Sing' is the Cathedral Choir's new CD marking the Jubilee.

Cathedral celebration

The Cathedral's 50th anniversary will be marked by events from May-November.

A short history

Learn more about the history of the Cathedral during this special anniversary.

Cathedral memories

Winifred Park on the day the Cathedral's foundation stone was laid back in 1933.

Our Cathedral

All you need to know about Liverpool's Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King.

From the Archbishop's desk

"Liverpool's Metropolitan Cathedral in its Golden Jubilee year strikes the eye as it reaches towards the sky," writes Archbishop Malcolm.

"Its crown reminds us there is a power greater than those on earth and its lantern shines at night saying God does not rest but holds us in his care."

Meet the Risen Lord

It is in the ordinariness of life that we meet the Risen Lord, says Fr Chris Thomas.

On a liturgical note

During Easter the Acts of the Apostles evoke ever fresh workings of the Holy Spirit.

Darkness to light

Animate member Michael Oakley asks: How can we best live in the light of Christ?

Letter from Spain

For Joe Champion-Williams, Holy Week in his Spanish seminary was a blessed time.

Archbishop Malcolm's Easter message

"It is the hope the resurrection brings which can transform our lives today ... This hope that Easter brings is too precious to keep to ourselves, we need to share it, shout it, broadcast it to the world."

Easter message of Most Rev Malcolm McMahon, Archbishop of Liverpool

Portraits of faith

An Aid to the Church in Need exhibition will raise funds for Syria's suffering Christians

Come and See 2017

The Come and See event in Southport will be about prayer, spirituality and reflection.

Is God calling you?

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vocation to the priesthood or religious life is an 'exodus' giving new joy and meaning.

Sunday reflection

Take time to read our special weekly reflection for every Sunday of the liturgical year.

Safeguarding e-learning

The 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.

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