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Father Marc Lyden-Smith
This is the official account of Fr. Marc Lyden-Smith. Parish Priest in . Also Chaplain to and Catholic Chaplain to
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Dec 10
Replying to @GedQuinn83
Yeah USA too
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Netflix UK & Ireland Dec 10
whichever team you support, Sunderland 'Til I Die is a heroic, heartbreaking, and essential watch. coming 14 december
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Dec 10
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Dec 5
Replying to @historylvrsclub
This is not Mother Teresa. This is St. Therese
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Dec 4
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Dec 3
Replying to @timothySchmalz
Is it possible to get a loan of one of these magnificent sculptures, to display outside of the church in the city centre of Sunderland, in the North East, to highlight the problem of homelessness in this city?
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Dec 1
Please, do not be alone this Christmas. All are welcome on for a FREE Christmas lunch, and all will receive gifts. Come and celebrate as part of the community in . In parish centre. Please share.
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Nov 28
Well done lads.
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Nov 28
As you start to prepare for Christmas, please remember those living on the streets.
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Nov 26
Replying to @Doddsy_86 @Iromg and 7 others
. - You might find this helpful. Spelling and grammar lessons in Gateshead.
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Nov 26
Replying to @Iromg
Don’t worry, il look after you if you come to visit ;-)
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Nov 26
- You’re very welcome to stay at mine any time, and see how wonderful can be. While here you might learn some lessons from about professional radio etiquette, and also learn about respecting people and their home city from our nice people. God bless.
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Nov 12
Agreed. It does and it is
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Nov 10
The world is full of people who work too much, sleep too little, hardly ever exercise, eat poorly, and are always struggling or failing to find adequate time with their families. Our lifestyles are destroying us. The worst part is, we are rushing east in search of a sunset.
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Nov 10
Replying to @illinidiva12 @austeni
This could be awkward...
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Nov 10
Replying to @CatholicHerald
A very short list
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Nov 9
The newest mosque in has been the target of a disgusting act of vandalism. This is totally unacceptable. I extend my solidarity to the Muslim community and look forward to showing a more positive side to our city during interfaith week.
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Nov 8
Some times we have to be strong enough to forgive, without hearing an apology.
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Nov 8
Well said Michael, on all of your tweets in this thread. A lot of fake news from fake Christians on twitter.
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Nov 7
Remembering all those from and beyond who have died in conflict. We will remember them.
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