Synod 2020 inaugurated at Cathedral service
'A new day is breaking, a new dawn is rising.' Archbishop Malcolm presided at the Opening of Synod 2020 on Sunday.
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What the week holds for Archbishop Malcolm and Bishops Tom and Vincent.
Read Sunday's Gospel
The Gospel from Luke (6:17, 20-26) recounts Jesus' Sermon on the Plain.
Candlemas: Saturday 2 FebruaryThe Gospel for 2 February is Luke 2:22-40 – as the Church celebrates the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord at the Temple, forty days after the birth of Jesus.
'Meanwhile the child grew to maturity, and he was filled with wisdom; and God’s favour was with him.'
Cathedral dean Canon Anthony O’Brien has the programme for February.
Jesus reveals the face of God: a pure unconditional love that heals brokenness.
On a liturgical note
A key weekday feast kept by the Liturgy in February is the Chair of Saint Peter.
Mgr John Devine looks at the Gospel for 3 February and Jesus' preaching style.
Margaret Roper House: 30 years of care for people with mental health problems.
Cafod in Katowice
Campaigners from our Archdiocese attended a UN climate conference.
Synod 2020: Everything you need to knowVisit the Synod 2020 website in preparation for the landmark event taking place next year in Liverpool Archdiocese.
This mine of content includes the latest related news, Archbishop Malcolm's pastoral letters, as well as key liturgical resources.
The Word of the Lord
Listen to this Sunday's Gospel reading via the site sundaygospel.co.uk.
Luke Barton describes the rich opportunities he has had since joining Animate.
Lowdown on GDPR
Everything you need to know about Liverpool Archdiocese and GDPR.
Justice and Peace
Why being a Justice and Peace person means to 'put on the mind of Christ'.
Safeguarding e-learningThe Catholic Church in England and Wales has worked with EduCare to create an e-learning package that raises awareness in the Catholic community.
It is part of the Church’s commitment to safeguarding, and is available for free.
Take time to read our special weekly reflection for every Sunday of the liturgical year.