From the Archbishop's desk: May 2018
Archbishop Malcolm reflects on how the faith and joy of younger priests gives him hope for the future of our diocese.
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Magazine marks Eucharistic CongressAn in-depth magazine has been published to mark the National Catholic Eucharistic Pilgrimage and Congress.
Adoremus Extra is a full colour, A4 collection of articles, with a six-week series of daily reflections, children's pages, and practical hints for parishes.
The month of Mary
The new Memorial of Mary, Mother of the Church, will be celebrated on Monday 21 May.
Trinity Sunday Gospel
Jesus gives a formula for Baptism in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
Mgr John Devine reminds us why we must never begrudge the sinner God's love.
See what the week has in store for Archbishop Malcolm and his fellow bishops.
National Eucharistic Pilgrimage & CongressIn September 2018, Liverpool will host the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage & Congress – 'Adoremus'.
Click here for more information about this forthcoming event, including the programme, tickets and prayer resources.
May at the Cathedral
Cathedral Dean Canon Anthony O'Brien explains what's happening this month.
The Priests in concert
Acclaimed singing trio The Priests are at the Philharmonic Hall on 1 June – buy tickets.
Do the Walk of Life
The 28 May Bank Holiday sees Right To Life's sponsored walk in the Ribble Valley.
Letter from Rome
After a very exciting Easter, seminarian Joshua Dixon finds God in the mundane.
Synod 2020: Holy Hours
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The Word of the Lord
Listen to this Sunday's Gospel reading by visiting the website www.sundaygospel.co.uk.
Reflection for May
Fr Chris Thomas urges us to let the risen Lord break into our lives in the power of the Spirit.
Take time to read our special weekly reflection for every Sunday of the liturgical year.
Isle of Man internees
Archivist Neil Sayer recalls the case of the island's Italian POWs during World War II.
Safeguarding e-learningThe 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.