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WELCOME TO ST AGNES ECCLESTON

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Alleluia, alleluia! Your words are spirit Lord, and they are life: you have the message of eternal life. Alleluia!

MASS TIMES

SUNDAY 11.00AM
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WEDNESDAY 6.00PM
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FRIDAY 12 Noon
 

INTENTIONS

Pope Francis releases his prayer intention for the month of July, and invites Christians to pray that the Church might show God’s closeness to people enduring illness.The prayer intention is entrusted to the entire Catholic Church through the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network 

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THE CYCLE OF PRAYER

During the next few weeks, we are encouraged by the archdiocese to keep the following intentions in our prayers: A deeper understanding between Christians and Jews;

Those who suffer persecution, oppression and denial of human rights; Europe; Seafarers.

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CHURCH ADMINISTRATION

The church office will be open every Thursday from 9.30 until 12.30p.m. at the presbytery.

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PARISH COUNCIL

A meeting took place on Wednesday 17th July. Paper copies of notes from this meeting are available in the porch – help yourself; and posted on the inner porch noticeboard.  If you have comments or questions, please see any member of our PPC.

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ST AGNES’ SANCTUARY

As you see, much of the work is now completed.  The task of raising the lectern slightly is all that remains. I hope you agree that it looks lovely. Much positive feedback has already been received, particularly with regard to Our Lady’s statue.

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EVENTS IN THE LIVERPOOL ARCHDIOCESE

You might be interested in events coming up in our Liverpool Archdiocese. The link below will show you what’s on.  Events - What’s on (liverpoolcatholic.org.uk)

MEMORIAL WINDOW

FR. MICHAEL’S   

WINDOW       

The lovely memorial to Father Michael is now in place. We are immensely grateful to Daniel Burke and his team at Lightworks, Clitheroe for their patient and painstaking work over the last year; each piece of glass carefully chosen, hand cut, painted and fired, sometimes several times. Almost four hundred sections make up the window, each beautiful in its own right. You may have a favourite section, the lamb, the draped cross, the face of Jesus, the lilies (Fr Michael’s favourite flower) or something else; but every time it is viewed, may we remember with love our own Father Michael, his work, his wisdom, his kindness, his faith and inspiration. As we thank God for him, we pray, may he rest in peace. Amen.

Fr. M

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