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A letter no Catholic should ignore
Why you should read Christus Vivit, Pope Francis’ response to the Synod on young people, faith and vocational discernment.

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Weekday Mass sheets for Easter and beyond

Sunday's Gospel

This week's Gospel and the alternative reading come from John: 14:23-29 and 17:20-26.

Bishops engagements

What the week holds for Archbishop Malcolm and Bishops Tom and Vincent.

Cathedral diary

Canon Anthony O'Brien has the programme for May at the Metropolitan Cathedral.

The Word of the Lord

Listen to the latest Sunday Gospel reading via the site

Synod 2020: Everything you need to know

Visit the Synod 2020 website in preparation for the landmark event taking place next year in the Archdiocese of Liverpool.

This mine of content includes the latest Synod-related news, Archbishop Malcolm's pastoral letters, as well as important liturgical resources.

The voice on the radio

Meet Helen Jones, BBC Radio Merseyside religious affairs producer and presenter.

Queen of the May

Remember all those May processions, May Queens and crownings of statues?

A seminarian writes

Wonersh-based seminarian Peter Murphy reflects on the fire at Notre Dame in Paris.

Sunday reflection

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

Synod 2020 inaugurated at Cathedral

Read how Archbishop Malcolm decreed the convocation of a Synod for this Archdiocese, from 17–18 October 2020.

'The sun is not setting on the Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of Liverpool, but a new day is breaking, a new dawn is rising.'

On a liturgical note

Canon Philip Gillespie explains why 'Alleluia' sums up the spirituality of the Christian life.

Reflection for May

Look for the risen Lord in the human reality that is our lives, including within ourselves.

Sunday thoughts

The first reading on 5 May calls us to witness to Christ together with the Holy Spirit.

Lowdown on GDPR

Everything you need to know about the Archdiocese of Liverpool and GDPR.

Safeguarding e-learning

The 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.

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