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After a year's absence, the major youth conference Embrace Liverpool returns to the Cathedral on Saturday 25 November.

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From the Archbishop's desk: November

Archbishop Malcolm celebrates the closeness we all feel towards our fellow Christians – "truly our brothers and sisters in Christ".

Writing in the November edition of the Catholic Pic, he adds that "we must not let the hope of full communion with them slip away".

November at the Met

How November will be a month of remembrance and thanksgiving at our Cathedral.

Bishops engagements

The week's agenda for our bishops ends with Mass at the Embrace youth event.

Sunday's Gospel

Jesus tells the parable of the talents, teaching the importance of using our gifts.

On a liturgical note

November's liturgy opens with a solemn remembrance of the triumph of the light.

November reflection

Can you meet the challenge of the radical option that comes with following the Gospel?

Sunday thoughts

Mgr John Devine explains why he finds the Gospel for 5 November a tough read.

Pastoral Letter: Sunday 1 October 2017

Listen, read or download

Archbishop Malcolm's Pastoral Letter

for Sunday 1 October 2017

Twenty-sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time

Register for Embrace

The Embrace Liverpool Catholic Youth Conference takes place on 25 November.

Latest from Animate

Animate team member Tom explains why we are all bricks in the 'temple of the Lord'.

Faith in Action

Sign up as the national Faith in Action scheme starts a second year in our diocese.

RYM to nurture faith

The Redemptorist Youth Ministry issues an invitation to young adults in Liverpool.

Letter from Rome

Seminarian Joshua Dixon writes about his formation at the Venerable English College.

Our seminarians

This year the Archdiocese of Liverpool has 12 students studying for the priesthood.

Is God calling you?


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

Don't worry and fret

What we can learn from the different welcomes given to Jesus by Martha and Mary.

Sunday reflection

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

The Word of the Lord

Listen to this Sunday's Gospel reading by visiting the website

Fr Michael Gaine RIP

Highly respected academic and parish priest Father Michael Gaine died aged 87.

Fr Theo Young RIP

Fr Theo Young, ex-assistant priest of St Austin's, Liverpool, died at Ampleforth aged 95.

Poor Church for poor

If our Church truly became the 'poor Church', would it also become more attractive again?


Fr Tom Kennedy RIP

Fr Tom Kennedy has died at the age of 101 and in the 75th year of his priesthood.

Fr Ron McGivern RIP

Father Ron McGivern was a much loved husband, father, deacon and parish priest.

Pastoral ministry

A new Certificate in Pastoral Ministry is being made available to northern dioceses.

Light up a Life

St Joseph's Hospice (Jospice) has launched its annual Light up a Life appeal.

Cafod fun run

Volunteers are being sought in preparation for the annual Cafod Liverpool Fun Run.

Volunteer for Cafod

Volunteer to sustain the only charity shop in the country that raises money for Cafod.

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.

CD celebrates Jubilee

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

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