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First Sunday of Lent

In the Gospel reading for the First Sunday of Lent (Mark 1:12-15), we see Jesus tempted by Satan but the angels look after him. Full Story

'Unity through music'

Read from Dr Christopher McElroy's sermon at Choral Evensong in Liverpool Anglican Cathedral during the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. Full Story

Ash Wednesday

"Your Father who sees all that is done in secret will reward you," Jesus says, reminding us it is a personal relationship with God that we seek. Full Story

From the Archbishop's desk: February 2018

Archbishop Malcolm writes that February may not be such a dull month after all, explaining why it is actually "full of hope". Full Story

Pastoral Letter: Sunday 11 February 2018

Read, listen to, or download Archbishop Malcolm McMahon's Pastoral Letter to be delivered on Sunday 11 February 2018. Full Story

February at the Cathedral

The 2018 National Eucharistic Congress, the Annual Civic Mass and Ash Wednesday ashes all figure in cathedral dean Canon Anthony O'Brien's latest piece. Full Story

Flags of our Fathers

The archives turn up another contender in the popular priest stakes: Fr Thomas McEvoy, whose parishioners decorated streets in post-war Liverpool in his honour. Full Story

Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Jesus' healing ministry, evident in last Sunday's Gospel, continues in Mark 1:40-45: "The leprosy left the man at once, and he was cured." Full Story

Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Jesus is just starting his ministry in this Gospel: "Let us go on to the nearby villages that I may preach there also. For this purpose have I come." Full Story

A special place for our priests

Father Andrew Unsworth explains the importance of the Archdiocese's new Vicariate for Clergy, which aims to provide pastoral care and ongoing formation. Full Story