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March 12, 2018

CEO Advert for Liverpool Archdiocese

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The Catholic Archdiocese of Liverpool is now seeking to recruit an
exceptional candidate as our first Chief Operating Officer. Working
closely with the Archbishop, Moderator of the Curia, the Trustees and
leads of each department in the Archdiocesan Offices, our Chief
Operating Officer will lead the work of all lay personnel who work at
the Archdiocesan Offices to ensure they provide the most effective and
responsive support to the parishes within the Archdiocese of Liverpool.
You will be a collaborative, emotionally intelligent leader who has a passion for the
church and a proven track record of leading change in a large organisation(s). With
significant commercial experience you will have the ability to make decisions to
balance financial pressures with the diverse interests of the Archdiocese and the
wider public.
We are seeking a strategic thinker who is able to work with others to develop a
strategy and create and sustain structures to successfully implement it. Exceptional
communication skills are essential along with the ability to influence a variety of
different types of people.
This appointment represents an exciting opportunity for someone with vision,
commitment and skill to develop the Archdiocesan Offices so they are best able to
support parishes in the Archdiocese of Liverpool respond to the challenges and
opportunities of the future.
The Catholic Archdiocese of Liverpool is one of the largest Archdioceses in the UK. It
extends from the Mersey to the Ribble and encompasses the Isle of Man and parts of
Lancashire, north Cheshire and Greater Manchester. It serves a Catholic population
of over 550,000.
For further details, please email recruitment@kinharvie.org.uk to receive an
information pack which gives further information about the post and details how
to apply for the position.
Deadline for applications is 5pm on Tuesday, 3rd April 2018.

 

February 28, 2018

St Mary’s Sunday Bulletin

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25 February 2018                    WEEKLY BULLETIN of ST MARY’S SHRINE

www.stmaryswarrington.org.uk • 01925 635664

St Mary’s Shrine, Buttermarket Street, Warrington WA1 2NS

Served by the Priestly Fraternity of St Peter by appointment of the RC Archdiocese of Liverpool

Rector: Fr Armand de Malleray, FSSP: malleray@fssp.org

Assistant: Fr Konrad Loewenstein, FSSP: padrek@libero.it

Assistant: Fr Ian Verrier, FSSP: iverrier@fssp.org

 

WELCOME TO ST MARY’S SHRINE!

7/7 Holy Masses: Sunday 11am & 6pm; Mon-Sat 12:10pm daily.

Confessions 30mins before every Mass every day – including from 5:30pm before 6pm Sunday Mass

and on Saturdays 10am-11:45am during Eucharistic Adoration.

Daily Rosary 11:30am Mon-Fri, 11am Sat. Followed by the Angelus.

 

SUPPORT—Bank details: Account name: FSSP Warrington. Account number: 30993368. Sort Code 30-80-27

Lloyds Bank, Palmerston Road Branch. Ask us for Gift Aid forms and envelopes: warrington@fssp.org

Registered Charity number 1129964

 

Safeguarding: Children, teenagers and vulnerable adults must be accompanied or supervised at all times within the Shrine. If you have concerns, please contact the Archdiocesan Safeguarding Department on 0151 522 1043 or e-mail safeguarding@rcaol.co.uk. Thank you for your awareness.

 

 Pro-life: Every last Saturday, 10:15am. Coordinator: Peter Boyle: p.boyle400@btinternet.com

This Weeks Mass Intentions:

 Sun 25 2nd Sunday of Lent  11:00am

 6:00pm

Simon Farrow

Protection of Unborn in Ireland

 Mon 26 Feria  12:10pm Ronald & Bridget Hannah
Tue 27 Feria  12:10pm Joanne & Kevin King
 Wed 28 Feria  12:10pm

6:15pm

Nichola Crollar

Sheila Atkinson RIP

 Thur 1 Feria 12:10pm Adele Berry
 Fri 2 Feria  12:10pm Michael Stapleton
 Sat 3 Eucharistic Adoration

Feria: Votive Mass or the Immaculate Heart

 10am-12noon

12:10pm

FSSP UK Vocations

Joseph Murphy

 Sun 4 3rd Sunday of Lent  11:00am

 6:00pm

Audrey Jones

The Holy Souls in Purgatory

 

Lenten Talks, given by Fr Loewenstein, Wednesdays 7pm preceded by Mass at 6.15pm.

 

Stations of the Cross at 1pm every Friday during Lent lead by one of the priests.

 

Mary’s Meals Backpack Collection

Mary’s Meals provides meals for children in schools, who would otherwise go hungry and without education. PTO…

…During Lent, if you would like to pack a school backpack with items to help this cause, the packs will be collected on 18th March from the back (narthex) of the church. Further information is available in the narthex.

Items needed: notepad, pens, pencils, sharpener, eraser, pencil case, crayons, ruler, towel, children’s clothes, sandals/flip-flops, toothbrush and paste, small ball, spoon.

 

New Website: www.fssp.co.uk

The FSSP in the UK & Ireland has a new website.

It is a more unified and accessible design, reflecting the growth of our Fraternity in these Isles. In particular, you can now enter your own contact details and amend them at any time as you see fit. You can subscribe to our various circular emails and support any specific apostolate. There is also a Google calendar for each Mass centre. Thank you to Fr James Mawdsley, FSSP who coordinated this improved version of the website over the past few months.

 

Allow peaceful prayer vigils outside abortuaries. 
Please fill in the online survey from the government: www.homeofficesurveys.homeoffice.gov.uk/s/8KA5N/

 

Sacraments: A Confirmation class will begin shortly. Please contact us if you or someone you know would like to take part. Marriage Preparation is also taking place at St Mary’s Priory. Contact us if interested. Again, contact us if you wish to make your first Holy Communion at St Mary’s next June.

 

Altar Servers’ Training Weekend 2-4 March: Please pray for the success of the this event. Any men from 15 to 75 are welcome as day participants. Single Catholic young men 18-30 are welcome full board, staying at St Mary’s Priory. Classes for Low Mass, Sung Mass and Benediction. Register interest (last minute) now with Fr Verrier, FSSP: iverrier@fssp.org

 

Divine Mercy Group: now meeting every second Tuesday at 1:00pm.

 

Chartres Pilgrimage at Pentecost: 19-21 May. Join our pilgrimage from Warrington, with Fr de Malleray. Contact Conor now: conorjj79@gmail.com.

 

Young Pro-Lifers: Join us at the SPUC Youth Conference  9-11 March near Stone: Contact urgently Jeff Hall: j.hall@mmu.ac.uk

 

New Repository. We now have a proper space for Mass cards, good books, rosary beads etc.

Volunteers wanted to man it after Mass. Thank you.

 

Holy Communion Reminder:

 

To receive Holy Communion, one must be 1) a Roman Catholic 2) in state of grace (no grave sin unabsolved on one’s conscience) and 3) have fasted for at least one hour.

 

In the traditional Latin rite used at St Mary’s, Holy Communion is received kneeling (if one can), and in any case on the tongue: thank you very much in advance.

Please hold Communion plate against your throat if no server is available.

 

Please use the entire width of the Communion rail, from one wall of the church all the way to the opposite wall, avoiding any gaps. This will make distribution quicker. Thank you.

 

Watch Holy Mass at St Marys daily on www.livemass.org. The Mass of the day can be watched for 24hrs and that of the Sunday for the entire week.

 

☞ Did you know?

St Marys Shrine costs £1,444 a week to run and maintain. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.