Food Bank

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First Sundays of every month (only).

Please use your Premier Radio distinctive blue bags-for-life to bring only the items stated in the bulletin, placing them in the coloured boxes, and retain your blue bag for the following month.



Ecumenical Winter Night Shelter (update – 1/2/14)

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Gifts for the homeless

Thank you so much to everyone who provided the necessary kitchen items. We now need some personal gifts for our guests – Articles needed include socks, men’s pants, small packets of tissues, antibacterial wipes or spray and individually-wrapped biscuits. Please place items in the coloured boxes at our usual drop-off point after this weekend’s Food Bank collection.

A day with Mary


A Day with Mary

here on Saturday 8th February

09.30  –  Entry Procession of Our Lady, etc.
10.00  –  Holy Mass & Joyful Mysteries
11.45  –  Bring packed lunch
12.45  –  Exposition, Eucharistic Procession, Sermon on Our Lady, Luminous & Sorrowful Mysteries
15.00  –  Tea break
15.45  –  Marian Sermon & Glorious Mysteries, Benediction, Brown Scapular etc.

All welcome!

For Such a Time as This (new date)


For Such a Time as This

An Evening with Lord Alton of Liverpool

New date : Monday 12th May 2014

The evening will begin with music from the band Ooberfule, including songs dedicated to the martyred Pakistani Catholic Shahbaz Bhatti, freedom for Burma, and World Youth Day.
At 8pm Lord Alton will speak on political engagement, the place of conscience, religious liberty and the right to Life, in Britain and around the world, including in countries such as North Korea, Burma, Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo, as well as here at home.
For 18 years David Alton was a Member of the House of Commons and today is an independent Cross-bencher Life Peer.  In 1972 he was elected as Britain’s youngest City Councillor, in Liverpool, the youngest member of the House of Commons in 1979, and in 1997 was made a Life Peer of the House of Lords.
Ooberfuse is a Catholic band which performed the official English language song for World Youth Day 2013, and has performed around the world, including Rome & Rio de Janeiro, as well as across the UK.

The evening is in aid of two Christian organisations working for religious freedom around the world:

Aid to the Church in Need (ACN), a Catholic charity supporting churches facing persecution,


Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW), an ecumenical advocacy organisation
documenting and reporting injustice and persecution and promoting religious freedom for all.
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