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THE ROCK

Newsletter of St Anne's Church

Highfield Road

Wirral

CH42 2BY

0151 645 3996

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Served by

Fr Bernard Forshaw

Rev. John Boggan

 

MASS TIMES & INTENTIONS THIS WEEK

Sat 6th 6.30pm Mary O’Sullivan
Sun 7th 11.15am Lewis Doyle & family RIP
Mon 8th No Mass or Service today
Tues 9th 12 noon Funeral Mass Patricia Roberts RIP
Wed 10th 7.30pm Fr Michael Murray RIP
Thur 11th 12 noon Ted Corrigan RIP
Fri 12th 12 noon Ints. Muriel Reader
Sat 13th 6.30pm Jeanette Wagg RIP
Sun 14th 11.15am Maurice Maher & Family RIP
IN MEMORIUM
Please pray for the repose of the soul of
Patricia Roberts of Woodward Rd, Rock Ferry
Funeral Mass on Tuesday at 12noon
for
Fr. Michael Murray
Reception of Body & Vigil Mass on Tuesday at 7pm St. Anthony’s, Wythenshawe
Requiem Mass on Wednesday 11am at St. Anthony’s, Wythenshawe,
And
Philip Robinson
Funeral Mass on Monday 15 July at 12 noon
May they rest in peace

MONEY MATTERS
Last Week’s Offertory Collection = £884.50p. Thank you for your generosity.

The Retiring Collection held last week-end for
Peter’s Pence amounted to £233.00p.

This weekend at both Masses the SVP will have their monthly collection.

Next weekend Traidcraft Stall will be open.

PRAYERS FOR THE SICK
Please keep all our Sick and Housebound Parishioners in your prayers and if anyone is in need of Holy Communion/visit or is in one of our local hospitals please do let us know.
If you are going into hospital: Please remember that if you are due to go into hospital for treatment (particularly surgery) and stay for a few days (or more) then it would be best to ask to receive the Sacrament of the Sick before your admission. If you are receiving treatment at home for a serious illness, the Sacrament of the Sick may also be appropriate, so please do ask.

A PRAYER FOR OUR PARISH
Loving Creator encourage us through your Holy Spirit to build the Kingdom of God in our parish.
Inspire all of us, young and old, to serve you, the church and each other with gentleness and love. As we work and pray together for the good of all in this area.
St. Anne Pray for us
Mary Immaculate Pray for us

FOURTEENTH SUNDAY ORDINARY TIME: It seems that the seventy-two are somewhat sceptical about the ability Christ gives them to bestow peace, to cure the sick and to survive like “lambs among wolves”. Yet, from ages past the prophet Isaiah has promised that “To his servants the Lord will reveal his hand”. The jubilant report of the seventy-two upon returning to Jesus shows just how surprised they are at their own actions: “Even the devils submit to us when we use your name.” “The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ” is that force beyond ourselves by which God in his mercy makes the impossible come to be in our life. That is what the seventy-two experience. When we see such witnesses – when we become witnesses ourselves – our hearts rejoice and our “bones flourish like the grass”.

THIS WEEK AT ST ANNE’S
Sunday Mass at 11.15am - with Children’s Liturgy
The Sacrament / Anointing of the Sick will be celebrated at both Masses this weekend

Monday No Mass or Service today.
Food Bank in the presbytery from 12 noon – 3pm

Tuesday Funeral Mass 12 noon – Patricia Roberts
Welcome Café open in Parish Centre from 11am – 1pm.

Wednesday Exposition, Rosary and Evening Prayer with an opportunity for confession
From 6.30pm to 7.30pm Mass
UCM Meeting in Parish Hall at 8.00pm – Members of the Evans Family to give First Aid demonstration (CPR and how to use defibrillator)

Thursday Mass at 12 noon. Friends of St Eugene Meeting at 7.00pm in Presbytery
Friday Mass at 12 noon.
Saturday Vigil Mass at 6.30pm
Sunday Mass at 11.15am - with Children’s Liturgy.
The Rev. Owen Gallagher will be ordained to the Priesthood next Saturday at St. Michael and All Angels, Woodchurch at 11.00am. We remember him in our prayers this week and thank God for the gift of another priest for the Diocese of Shrewsbury.
The Diocese is looking to recruit a Youth Mission Team Member to engage with young people in schools and parishes across the Diocese. The Shrewsbury Youth Mission Team (SYMT) comprises of full time employees and lay and clergy volunteers. The full-time employee will be a key member of the team led by the Director. The successful candidate will be faithful practising Catholic, happily living their faith and willing to give positive witness to young people and to serve as a representative of the Bishop and Diocese of Shrewsbury. Full details and application forms can be found at http://dioceseofshrewsbury.org/about-us/curia/vacancies. Completed applications should be returned to recruitment@dioceseofshrewsbury.org#
Don’t forget to support the Parish Piety Stall and to buy a Catholic Paper

MASS TIMES & INTENTIONS THIS WEEK

Sat 18th 6.30pm Eileen Armstrong Ann
Sun 19th 11.15am Maurice Maher Ann
Mon 20th 12 noon Patrick & John McGenity Ann
Tues 21st 9.30am Funeral Mass for Sheila O’Hanlon
Wed 22nd 12 noon Therese Wolfenden RIP
Thur 23rd 12 noon No Mass or Service of Word today
Fri 24th 12 noon Eileen McGenity Ann
Sat 25th 6.30pm Margaret McChrystal RIP
Sun 26th 11.15am Joseph O’Brien Bday Rem
PARISH PRAYER
Loving Creator
encourage us through your Holy Spirit to build the Kingdom of God in our parish.
Inspire all of us, young and old, to serve you, the church and each other with gentleness and love. As we work and pray together for the good of all in this area.
St. Anne Pray for us
Mary Immaculate Pray for us.
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THE PIETY STALL
is well stocked with Mass cards, Birthday cards, First Communion cards and gifts. Please take a look and don’t forget to buy your Catholic Paper


MONEY MATTERS
Last Week’s Offertory Collection = £890.00p Thank you
SVP Collection this month was £253.60p. Your continued support is much appreciated.
Many thanks to those who came to and supported “the Pig Night – Parish fund raiser” last Friday night.

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PRAYERS FOR THE SICK
Please keep all our Sick and Housebound Parishioners in your prayers and if anyone is in need of Holy Communion/visit or is in one of our local hospitals please do let Sister Anne Marie or Fr. Bernard know.

IN MEMORIUM
Please pray for the repose of the soul of
Sheila O’Hanlon
Funeral Mass on Tuesday at 9.30am
Nora McCormick
Funeral Mass 23rd May 12 noon at St. John’s
May they and all the faithful departed rest in peace
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If you would like to help in any way in our Parish please let us know. We could still do with some extra help to clean our Church on Friday mornings. If you could help please have a word with Anne Entwhistle, Kath Ward or Fr. Bernard.

TODAY IS THE FIFTH SUNDAY OF EASTER: At the Last Supper, Jesus tells the Eleven: “As I have loved you, you also must love one another. By this love you have for one another, everyone will know that you are my disciples.” For this kind of love would remain impossible for human beings if it were not for the love of Jesus Christ. The fact that we can and do love each other in such an incomparable way moves others to believe in Christ. Through this communion of love “God lives among men.” This is how Paul and Barnabas “put fresh heart into the disciples.”

THIS WEEK AT ST ANNE’S
Sunday Mass at 11.15am – with Children’s Liturgy


Monday Mass at 12 noon
Wirral Knights of St. Columba meeting in Presbytery after 12 noon Mass.
Food Bank in the Presbytery from 12 noon – 3.00pm.
Items urgently needed are: Tinned potatoes, tinned fruit, instant mash,
Squash, sponge puddings, hot chocolate, shower gel, washing up liquid,
Jam and UHT milk.
The Holy Family Sisters & Lay Associates invite you to an hour of Reflective
Prayer in the Convent Chapel between 2 – 3.00pm.

Tuesday Funeral Mass at 9.30am for Sheila O’Hanlon
“Welcome Café” is held every Tuesday in the Parish Centre 11am – 1pm.

Wednesday Mass at 12 noon.
UCM meet in Parish Centre at 8pm – Talk from Emily on 0% waste with
Ideas on the reuse of plastic containers and bottles. Everyone welcome.
Please bring with you an empty plastic milk bottle or container.

Thursday No Mass or Service at St Anne’s today (Funeral Mass at St John’s at 12noon) Deanery event at SJP at 7pm ,,,,,,,see below
Friday The Rosary will be prayed in church at 11.40am. Mass at 12 noon – the Diocesan Feast of Our Lady Help of Christians.
Saturday Vigil Mass at 6.30pm
Sunday Mass at 11.15am – with Children’s Liturgy
Work, Rest & Pray this has been a series of three evenings organised for our Birkenhead & East Wirral Deanery to explore our Call to Holiness. The last of these evenings is on Thursday at St John Plessington Catholic College from 7.00pm to 8.00pm. There will be a time to pray together, listen & share on the call to holiness at home, in work and in life. The evenings are free and provide an opportunity for us to come together and share our faith.

Plant Sale next weekend 25/26 May raising funds for Laughter Africa. People who supported the sale last year have been delighted with the quality of the plants. Come along and get some this year to brighten your garden, patio or yard. Thanks to all who support Laughter Africa.

Love One Another…as I have loved you – is the theme for the Northern Catholic Conference on 7, 8 and 9 June 2019 at Liverpool Hope University. Daily Mass, Adoration & Devotions, a Healing Service as well as great inspiring speakers. Tel. Denise on 07543 800812

MISSIO are holding their Annual Summer Mass for Red Box Volunteers, supporters and all who are interested at St. Michael & All Angels Church, Woodchurch on Saturday 29th June at 12 noon. RSVP to generaloffice@mission.org.uk or just come along

Finally we could still do with some extra help to clean our Church on Friday morning’s. If you could help please have a word with Anne Entwhistle, Kath Ward or Fr Bernard

MASS TIMES & INTENTIONS FOR EASTER WEEK

Sat 20th 8.00pm Easter Vigil: St. Anne’s Parish
Sun 21st 11.15am Ints. Laughter Africa
Mon 22nd 12 noon Barbara Forshaw RIP
Tues 23rd 11.00am Ints Holy Family Sisters (in Convent)
Wed 24th 12 noon Peter Milsom Ann.
Thur 25th 12 noon Maureen Moran 90th
Fri 26th 12 noon Lewis & Christopher Doyle RIP
Sat 27th 6.30pm Ints. Robert Shepperd
Sun 28th 11.15am Tony & Margaret McSorley 40 Ann

WHAT IS EASTER?
Easter is a time of faith – a reminder of God’s unending love. It’s a feeling of hope and renewal as we watch the world around us coming to life again… A chance to remember special people in our lives who will always mean so much.
WELCOME to St. Anne’s Parish Rufus Beer and James Everington received into the Catholic Church at the Easter Vigil.

Thank you to Canon Brendan Hoban who has been helping me with the Triduum Services. Thank you to all those who have worked so hard to make it a prayerful and reflective Lent and Holy Week.

Thank you to all those who make our Parish run so smoothly throughout the year. Your dedication and service in so many ways is much appreciated.

I look forward to seeing all our parish helpers for an Easter Thank You gathering in the Parish Centre after the 11.15am Mass today.


MONEY MATTERS
Last Week’s Offertory Collection = £1,013. Thank you for your continuing generosity
Thank you for the Good Friday collection for the Holy Places. We will let you know next week what was raised.
APF Red Mission Boxes raised £1,025.
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PRAYERS FOR THE SICK
Please keep all our Sick and Housebound Parishioners in your prayers and if anyone is in need of Holy Communion/visit this Easter please do let Sister Anne Marie or Fr. Bernard know. (see contact details above)

IN MEMORIUM
At Easter we remember all our loved ones who have died in recent times and in more distant times.
Please accept one of the Memorium Cards for my mother, which are on the table at the back of church and as it says on the card
‘All I ask of you is that wherever you may be you will always remember me before the Altar of God’ St. Monica
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THE PIETY STALL is well stocked with Mass cards, Easter cards. Birthday cards etc
Please take a look and don’t forget to buy your Catholic paper

TODAY IS EASTER SUNDAY: Every Sunday is a celebration of Easter Sunday. Every Eucharist is a commemoration and realisation of the Easter Mystery of the Passion, Death and Resurrection of the Lord. On this day of days the community of the Church shows how seriously it takes the words of St. Paul that if Christ is not raised from the dead then our faith is in vain. In other words, the resurrection of the Lord is the reason for the existence of Christianity.

THIS WEEK AT ST ANNES

Easter Sunday Mass at 11.15am

Monday Mass at 12 noon

Tuesday Mass at 11am in the Holy Family Convent. All welcome
“Welcome Café” is held every Tuesday in the Parish Centre 11am – 1pm.

Wednesday Mass at 12 noon
UCM meeting in Parish Centre at 7pm fish & Chips for St. George’s day

Thursday Mass at 12 noon
Friday Mass at 12 noon
Saturday Vigil Mass at 6.30pm
Sunday Mass at 11.15am – with Children’s Liturgy
Divine Mercy Novena begins on Good Friday praying for mercy on us and all the whole world Divine Mercy Devotions at St John’s next Sunday from 2.30pm

Church Cleaners: we could still do with some extra help to clean our church on Friday mornings. 8.30 – 10.30am. If you can help and it doesn’t have to be every week, please have a word with Anne Entwhistle, Kath Ward or Fr. Bernard.

Family Fun Night – The Pig Race is back: St. Anne’s Parish Centre on Friday 17 May 7pm for 7.30pm. Admission £3 adults and £10 for a family ticket (5). Children welcome.

Caritas Diocese of Shrewsbury are in urgent need of volunteers to help to support families, help with the running of our groups at our new Centre in Seacombe and to assist in our groups in local schools. We need male and female volunteers of all ages who can reliably offer 2-3 hours per week. If you feel you would like to join our team please contact Rachel Hughes (Caritas Volunteer Coordinator) email Rachel.hughes@caritasshrewsbury.org.uk.

Love One Another…as I have loved you – This request by Jesus is the theme for the Northern Catholic Conference on 7, 8 and 9 June 2019 at Liverpool Hope University. There will be daily H Mass, Adoration & Devotions, a Healing Service on Friday as well as great inspiring speakers, good food & fellowship. Join us and celebrate our wonderful Catholic Faith. Tel. Denise on 07543 800812 or email northerncatholic@outlook.com

St. Anne’s School Nursery Admission for September 2019. Calling all 3 & 4 year olds! There are currently spaces in our wonderful Nursery for September and would like you to share this with your friends and family. We offer up to 30 hours per week FREE between the hours of 8.50am and 3.15pm daily; before and after school provision is also available. Ofsted rated St. Anne’s ‘GOOD’ in all areas stating that ‘children get off to a flying start to their education in the early years due to good teaching and the caring and nurturing approach of staff….pupils feel safe and are keen to learn.’ Come and see our wonderful setting for yourself; we have an open door policy or please call 0151 645 3682.

MASS TIMES & INTENTIONS FOR HOLY WEEK

Sat 13th 6.30pm Ints. Pat Danaher
Sun 14th 11.15am Bryan Murphy RIP
Mon 15th 12 noon For our Catholic Schools
Tues 16th 12 noon Sr. Betty (Marie) McGee 90th B’day
Wed 17th 9.30am Joyce Lugton RIP
Thur 18th 7.30pm For Vocations
Fri 19th 3.00pm Liturgy of the Passion
Sat 20th 8.00pm Ints. St. Anne’s Parish
Sun 21st 11.15am Ints Laughter Africa

Welcome to Canon Brendan Hoban who is helping Fr Bernard with this year’s Holy Week Liturgies at St Anne’s and St John’s
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EXPOSITION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT & CONFESSIONS Mon & Wed: 10.45 -11.45am
CONFESSIONS on Good Friday 9.30am -10.15am and 6.45 -7.15pm

Churches Together in Birkenhead Good Friday Walk of Witness 10.30am-11.30am beginning at the Salvation Army Citadel

Churches Together in Bebington Good Friday Walk of Witness 12noon from outside the Lady Lever Art Gallery in Port Sunlight
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THE PIETY STALL is well stocked with Mass cards, Easter cards. Birthday cards etc .Please take a look and don’t forget to buy your Catholic paper

MONEY MATTERS
Last Week’s Offertory Collection = £923. Thank you for your continuing generosity
Missio Red Mission Boxes should be emptied Please return the envelope or the red box to church and make sure your name is on the box or envelope so you can be given a receipt.
Collection on Good Friday for the Holy Places …………………………………………………….
Today is Palm Sunday


Today we enter into Jerusalem with Jesus for the climax of his mission. Welcomed as a king and dying on the cross as the “King of the Jews. Jesus help us to understand power and glory in a new way…the way of humility and enduring love
Palms will be blessed and distributed at both Saturday 6.30pm & Sunday 11.15am Mass. The Sunday 11.15am Mass will begin in the Parish Centre Car Park from where the procession led by the donkey will make its way slowly into Church
Stations of the Cross today (Sunday) at 4.00pm
Wednesday:
Diocesan Chrism Mass at St. Anthony’s Wythenshawe at 7pm.
Holy Thursday:
Mass of the Last Supper at 7.30pm with watching at the Altar of Repose until 10pm.
Good Friday
Children’s Stations of the Cross at 10.30am. Liturgy of the Passion at 3pm Good Friday Meditation at 7.30pm.
Holy Saturday
Easter Vigil Mass at 8pm. During which Rufus Beer and James Everington will be received into the Catholic Church
Easter Sunday:
Mass at 11.15am.

HOLY WEEK AT ST ANNES

Palm Sunday Mass at 11.15am – with Children’s Liturgy
Stations of the Cross at 4.00pm
Holy Family Associates meet in the convent at 7.00pm

Monday Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament & Confessions 10.45 -11.45 am
Mass at 12 noon
Foodbank 12 noon – 3.00pm in the Presbytery.
Holy Family Convent open for prayer & reflection 2.00-3.00pm
SVP meeting in Presbytery at 7.00pm.

Tuesday Mass at 12 noon
“Welcome Café” is held every Tuesday in the Parish Centre 11am – 1pm.

Wednesday St. Anne’s School Holy Week Mass in Church at 9.30am
UCM meeting in Parish Centre

Holy Thursday Mass of the Last Supper at 7.30pm Watching at the Altar of Repose until 10.00pm.
Good Friday A Day of Fasting and Abstinence Children’s Stations of the Cross at 10.30am Liturgy of the Passion at 3.00pm Good Friday Meditation at 7.30pm. All most welcome
Holy Saturday Easter Vigil Mass at 8.00pm. Rufus Beer & James Everington will be received into the Catholic Church. Please do make every effort to be present at this Mass
Easter Sunday Mass at 11.15am
Divine Mercy Novena begins on Good Friday praying for mercy on us and all the whole world Divine Mercy Devotions at St John’s Sun 28th April from 2.30pm
Family Fun Night – The Pig Race is back: St. Anne’s Parish Centre on Friday 17 May 7pm for 7.30pm. Admission £3 adults and £10 for a family ticket (5). Children welcome.
Caritas Diocese of Shrewsbury are in urgent need of volunteers to help to support families, help with the running of our groups at our new Centre in Seacombe and to assist in our groups in local schools. We need male and female volunteers of all ages who can reliably offer 2-3 hours per week. If you feel you would like to join our team please contact Rachel Hughes (Caritas Volunteer Coordinator) email Rachel.hughes@caritasshrewsbury.org.uk.
Love One Another…as I have loved you – This request by Jesus is the theme for the Northern Catholic Conference on 7, 8 and 9 June 2019 at Liverpool Hope University. There will be daily H Mass, Adoration & Devotions, a Healing Service on Friday as well as great inspiring speakers, good food & fellowship. Join us and celebrate our wonderful Catholic Faith. Tel. Denise on 07543 800812 or email northerncatholic@outlook.com
Church Cleaners: we could still do with some extra help to clean our church on Friday mornings. 8.30 – 10.30am. If you can help and it doesn’t have to be every week, please have a word with Anne Entwhistle, Kath Ward or Fr. Bernard.
St. Anne’s Parish Centre: All enquiries to Manager Ben Howard Tel. 07435 966 586 or email BHA@ypcevents.com
Thank you for supporting the Lenten Services and Events in the Parish. Much appreciated

MASS TIMES & INTENTIONS FOR THIS WEEK

Sat 30th 6.30pm Decd members of Youds Family
Sun 31st 11.15am For All Mothers
Mon 1st 12 noon Jim McGenity Ann.
Tues 2nd 12 noon Nicholas Codd Ann.
Wed 3rd 7.30 pm John McDonough Ann.
Thur 4h 12.30pm Wedding Mass
Fri 5th 12 noon Ints. Jim McAllister 80th
Sat 6th 6.30pm Joan & Bob Osborne Ann.
Sun 7th 11.15am May Jackowski Ann.
THE PIETY STALL
Is well stocked with Mass cards, First Reconciliation cards, birthday cards, and Easter Cards. Please take a look and dont forget to buy your Catholic paper and take some of the Lenten material that is on offer on the tables at the back of church.

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¬MOTHERS DAY PRAYER
Heavenly Father, we lift up all mothers today and thank them for their guidance and love. We ask You to bless them with Your own special love, today and always.
Amen.


MONEY MATTERS
Last Weeks Offertory = £1,013. Thank you.
Your Offertory envelopes for the new financial year are on the table at the back of church. Please collect your named box if you havent already done so. If you have not used offertory envelopes before and would like to start using them please have a word with David Cartmell or Marie Doyle, also if you would rather contribute to the parish by standing order.

MISSIO RED BOXES The red mission boxes are due to be opened. Brown envelopes will be available this weekend 30/31 March so you can empty the box yourself and reseal it with the label inside the envelope. Please return the envelope or the red box to church during the first 2 weeks in April. Please make sure your name is on the box or envelope so you can be given a receipt. Last year St. Annes raised a total of £2,850.
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LENT 2019 - During Lent
Stations of the Cross on Sundays/weekdays as announced.
Early Mass at St. Johns Thursdays at 7.30am.
LPA Lent Talks on Tuesdays at Christ the King Church in Bromborough beginning at 7.30pm. This week Deacon John Boggan will give a talk on the work of the Wirral Foodbank and on Tuesday 9th April Mary Kilcoyne will talk about the work of Caritas in the Diocese of Shrewsbury

Deanery Reconciliation Service to be held at St. Annes this Thursday at 7.pm. Preacher Bishop Brian Noble.
Taize Service next Sunday 7th April at 4.00pm.
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CHURCH CLEANERS
We could do with some additional help to clean our beautiful Church on Friday mornings (8.30-10.30am). If you can help please have a word with Ann Entwhistle, Kath Ward or Fr Bernard

FOURTH SUNDAY IN LENT: Lent is an ideal time for us to draw closer to God. This is a season to reflect upon the direction our lives have taken and perhaps repent of some aspects. God always gives us a second chance to live fruitful lives in the love of God.

THIS WEEK AT ST. ANNES
Sunday Mass at 11.15am with Children’s Liturgy

Monday Mass at 12 noon
Foodbank 12 noon ; 3.00pm in the Presbytery.
Liturgy Group meeting in Presbytery at 3.30pm.
SVP Meeting at 7.00pm in the Presbytery

Tuesday Mass at 12 noon
“Welcome Café” is held each Tuesday in the Parish Centre 11am – 1pm.
55+ Group – Lunch at hotel next door to Burleydam, Childer Thornton 1pm.
those who need lifts meet in St. Anne’s car park at 12.30pm.

Wednesday Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament from 6.30pm to 7.20pm
Mass at 7.30pm
UCM meeting in Parish Centre after Mass – Chair Aerobics with Cathy.

Thursday Wedding Mass at 12.30pm for Michael Kirwan & Kelly Houghton Deanery Reconciliation Service at 7pm
Friday Mass at 12 noon
Saturday Vigil Mass at 6.30pm
Sunday Mass at 11.15am Taize Service at 4pm in church.

Caritas Diocese of Shrewsbury supports children, families and communities. They are in urgent need of volunteers to help to support families, help with the running of our groups at our new Centre in Seacombe and to assist in our groups in local schools. We need male and female volunteers of all ages who can reliably offer 2-3 hours per week. If you feel you would like to join our team of reliable and friendly volunteers, please contact Rachel Hughes (Caritas Volunteer Coordinator) on 0151 652 1281 or email Rachel.hughes@caritasshrewsbury.org.uk.
‘Adult Catholics Together Spiritually’ (ACTS) Day of Reflection is taking place on Sat 13 April 2019 at Shrewsbury Cathedral. Open to all ages, the theme will focus on the ‘Divinity of Christ’. Fr. Tom Cunnah will lead the day which starts with Mass at 9.30am and finishes at 3.30pm. Payment by anonymous donation (suggested cost £10) Please contact Siobhan Cartwright for further details siobhanbc@gmail.com or tel. 0161 477 2783/07761138947.
Part Time Permanent Post – Appeals Administrator – Survive Miva (Missionary Vehicle Association) UK Registered Charity No. 268745 A person with strong communication and IT Skills, including experience of using database software, is required to manage SURVIVE-MIVA’S church appeals process. Salary £9.50-£11.50 an hour, depending on experience. Hours of work: 10 hours per week. Closing date for Applications Mon 29th April. For a job description etc. on how to apply, contact: SURVIVE-MIVA, 5 Park Vale Road, Liverpool L9 2DG. Tel: 0151 523 3878 Email: info@survive-miva.org
St. Anne’s Parish Centre: Opening Times Thursday 6pm – close Friday 6pm – close Saturday 6pm – close Sunday 12pm – 6pm. All enquiries to Manager Ben Howard Tel. 07435 966 586 or email BHA@ypcevents.com