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Gospel for Sunday 4 December
In the Gospel for the Second Sunday of Advent, John the Baptist preaches repentance and challenges complacency.

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Send Christmas cards to the Holy Land

Greetings card campaign for Christians in Holy Land.

Floral tribute planned

A flower festival is to be held to celebrate the Cathedral's Golden Jubilee in 2017.

Trust in the light

To be a follower of Jesus is to trust in the face of darkness that the light will come.

Sunday thoughts

November offers a healthy, and always hopeful, reminder that we won't live forever.

On a liturgical note

November's remembrance is about the triumph of the Light, not the power of darkness.

Latest from Animate

Animate's Lauren describes her work helping young people see the love of God.

Vocation: a testimony

"Jesus wills to choose certain ones to carry out a priestly office publicly in the Church."

Letter from Spain

Joseph Champion-Williams reveals his first lesson learned at seminary in Valladolid.

Lourdes 2016

Relive Lourdes 2016 by watching the latest addition to Animate's YouTube channel.

Everton at Vatican

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Read how Everton attended a Vatican conference on Sport at the Service of Humanity.

World Youth Day

World Youth Day in pictures: browse through our Flickr compilation from Krakow.

From the Archbishop's desk

Writing in November's Catholic Pic, Archbishop Malcolm says the bonds of love established in this world will surely endure beyond death, adding:

"This month is a time when we remember the dead. Those who have died need our prayers and the continuing love that we have for them."

Access lecture archive

The Upholland UNITAPE online catalogue has lectures on various theological topics.

The people, not places

As important as church buildings are to communities, it is people who are the Church.

Grant awards secured

Four churches will benefit from a total of £232,200 to address urgent roof repairs.

Meaning of mercy

God's love is complete, overwhelming and not something we have to earn.

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.

Year of Mercy online

Visit Liverpool Archdiocese's own special website for the Jubilee Year of Mercy.

November newsround

Archbishop Malcolm and Bishop Tom opened prayer gardens at two schools.

Mum's the word

Read the November bulletin from the Union of Catholic Mothers in this Archdiocese.

Knight life: November

The Knights of St Columba held a successful day of recollection at Pantasaph.

Rev John Thompson

The Archdiocese is mourning Father John Thompson who has died at the age of 81.

Holy Rosary's 60th

Holy Rosary, Aintree celebrated its 60th anniversary, plus a changing of the guard.

Bl. Dominic honoured

Archbishop Bernard Longley visited St Helens to celebrate Blessed Dominic Barberi.

Our Cathedral

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

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.

Conferencing at LACE

Click here to find out more about the excellent facilities available for hire at LACE.

The Word of the Lord

Listen to this Sunday's Gospel reading by visiting the website www.sundaygospel.co.uk.

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