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Adoremus National Eucharistic Congress and Pilgrimage

From 7–9 September 10,000 pilgrims from England and Wales will visit Liverpool for the country's first national Eucharistic Congress in 110 years. Full Story

Cathedral diary: August 2018

Canon Anthony O'Brien explains what's going on behind the scenes as the Cathedral prepares to welcome the National Eucharistic Congress. Full Story

'A little voice that never goes away'

Liverpool Archdiocese's three new priests – Philip Carr, Anthony Taylor and Carl Mugan – explain the calling that none of them could ignore. Full Story

'They were a group of lovely young people'

Fifty years ago this month Liverpool Archdiocese mourned the loss of 13 of our own, killed in a plane crash in Germany. Full Story

Gospel for 19th Sunday in Ordinary Time

The Gospel from Saint John is about Jesus being the bread that God sends us from heaven: 'Anyone who eats this bread will live for ever.' Full Story

September Congress has something for everyone

However summer unfolds, one thing certain is that an amazing Catholic day out lies in store in September when the Eucharistic Congress takes place in Liverpool. Full Story

Pic columnist picks up Churches Together award

Mgr John Devine, our longstanding columnist, was one of two recent recipients of a newly inaugurated civic award for special contributions to Merseyside life. Full Story

Sunday thoughts: August 2018

Theologian Karl Rahner says God is the ‘depth dimension’ in experiences we all have such as solitude, friendship, beauty, suffering, death and hope. Full Story

On a liturgical note: August 2018

John the Baptist, whose martyrdom we commemorate on 29 August, is the character who pointed away from himself and towards Jesus. Full Story

Reflections: August 2018

Our God is a God of surprises who works in extraordinary ways – never presume you know but live in the uncertainty of faithfulness. Full Story