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Christopher Matthews
RC Priest of Shrewsbury Diocese UK, Parish Priest of Saint Joseph's Birkenhead & Saint Michael & All Angel's Woodchurch, Diocesan MC, etc!!!!
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Shrewsbury Diocese Feb 18
Pastoral letter from Bishop Mark Davies on the 'Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, for the first Sunday of Lent:
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Catholic Church Feb 18
Lent bids us to return to the innocence of Baptism. As Noah and his family were saved through the waters of the deluge, we were saved through the waters of Baptism, Peter reminds us in today’s Epistle.
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Liturgy Shrewsbury Feb 17
As we celebrate this First Sunday of lent please pray for those Catechumens and candidates gathering in The Cathedral at 3pm today with Bishop Mark to celebrate the Rite of Election.
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Chris Larsen Feb 18
18 FEB 1837: James Brown, first bishop of , ordained priest at , Sutton Coldfield.
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Catholic Church Feb 17
Tomorrow is the 1st Sunday of Lent, we pray for all those entering the Church at Easter who will come forward for the Rite of Election in their Cathedrals
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Liturgy Shrewsbury Feb 16
'It is not those who are well who need the doctor, but the sick. I have not come to call the virtuous, but sinners to repentance.' Luke 5:32
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Liturgy Shrewsbury Feb 16
Communion Antiphon: 'O Lord, make me know your ways, teach me your paths.' Psalm 24:4
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Liturgy Shrewsbury Feb 15
'My soul is waiting for the Lord, I count on his word, because with the Lord there is mercy and fullness of redemption.' Psalm 129:5.7 - Gospel Acclamation
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Christopher Matthews Feb 16
See you on Sunday!
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Shrewsbury_YMT Feb 15
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Liturgy Shrewsbury Feb 15
'Almighty God, who have made known to your people the ways of eternal life, lead them by that path, we pray, to you, the unfading light. Through Christ our Lord.' (Prayer over the People)
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Liturgy Shrewsbury Feb 14
'Repent, and believe in the Gospel'
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Sts Joe & Mike Bhead Feb 13
Ash Wednesday tomorrow - Mass at 9:15am Saint Michael’s with and 7pm at Saint Joseph’s. 11am celebration of the Word with distribution of Ashes
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Liturgy Shrewsbury Feb 13
Have you burnt your palm leaves and got your ash ready for tomorrow? Don't forget the Penitential Act is omitted at Mass today!
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Liturgy Shrewsbury Feb 13
Welcome to the twitter account for the Shrewsbury Diocesan Liturgy Commission! This is our first tweet!
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Sts Joe & Mike Bhead Feb 13
Don’t forget tomorrow is Ash Wednesday, the start of Lent. Ashes will be blessed and distributed at 9:15am Mass at St Michael’s with , 11am service at and 7pm Mass at St Joseph’s
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Shrewsbury_YMT Feb 12
Looking for some inspiration for your Youth Leaders this Lent...we have INTO THE DEEP Parish Youth Leaders Training and Retreat Day • 17.03.18 • 10am-3pm RSVP to youth@dioceseofshrewsbury.org
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Catholic Church Feb 12
. has named a priest of the Diocese of Lancaster as the seventh Bishop of the Diocese - Canon Paul Swarbrick.
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Chris Larsen Feb 11
11 FEB 1984: Mark Davies, coadjutor then eleventh bishop of , ordained priest (Salford) at Reddish, Stockport.
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Catholic Church Feb 11
Like the leper we should rejoice in the Lord and spread the good news of His mercy. We should testify to our healing by living changed lives. As Paul says in today’s Epistle, we should do even the littlest things for the glory of God and that others may be saved.
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