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Following the statement of H.M. Government, public worship will resume on Wednesday 2nd December and therefore we will once again gather for Holy Mass!
The Liverpool City Region has been placed in Tier 2. Meaning that whilst we can finally come back to Mass, we must abide by the government guidelines, these being not to socialise with people from outside of our own household/support bubble while in the church. This is much the same as things had been before lockdown with some relaxation of the rules around external socialising. Face covering rules remain except where exemptions apply.
Our schedule for the week commencing Sunday 28th November is thus:
Wish a Happy Christmas and Blessed New Year to your family and friends.
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Following the announce of the government to impose a second lockdown, we are rearranging our schedule to offer you everything which is possible to help you crossing this new challenge we are facing.
From Thursday 5th November our schedule will be:
|The church will be opened for Private Prayer between 5pm and 7pm daily.|
|The Most Blessed Sacrament shall be exposed between 6pm and 7pm daily.|
|Live Streaming will take place for Rosary, Mass and Exposition here.|
|Variations to the above:|
|Wednesday 25th November 2020 – Rosary at 11am and Mass at 1130am|
Please follow the instructions given by our volunteer teams.
• All visitors must use hand sanitiser on entry and exit from the church
• Visitors must adhere to the two metre social distancing guideline during their visit.
• Please follow the one way system.
• UK government mandates to wear face masks in church, unless you have a serious reason for not wearing it.
We need more volunteer stewards to keep our church open! even if you can only commit to 30 minutes a week, it will help. And we can count your time towards our project match funding! If you wish to sign up, please contact Joyce: joyceashton1(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)btinternet.com
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If you wish to contact a priest for Confession on request, please call 0151 638 68 22 or 07972 128097 (Canon Montjean) or 07860 939606 (Canon Poucin).
May God bless you all,
Your Canons of the ‘Dome of Home’
Having learned of the plan to once again suspend public worship in our churches and therefore prevent the faithful from being nourished by being present for the Most Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, Devotions and most importantly denying access to the Sacraments and also having taken cognisance of the recent statements issued by the Catholic Bishops Conference of England and Wales and the Bishop of Shrewsbury, the Right Rev. Mark Davies, we, your Canons ask you to consider making appropriate contact with your local MP to air your views and to ask for them as your elected representative and Parliamentarian to pose questions around the validity and purpose of the proposal.
The easiest way to make contact is via:
or if you prefer full details including constituency office addresses and email contact details and telephone numbers go to:
“We appreciate the difficult choices faced at this time by government and parliament in responding to the public health crisis conscious of the hardships which even necessary measures bring for society and especially the most vulnerable.
“The Prime Minister mentioned in his statement that he judged it necessary to close much that is judged by the Government as being non-essential in society. We need to be sure that such judgments are based upon clear evidence that, for example, schools, universities and the football premier league will continue as essential elements of our society’s life.
“The Prime Minister made no reference in his statement to public worship so we were astonished to find in national guidance that the Government was seeking the authority of parliament to close all places of worship.
“It is a momentous act for any political authority to seek to ban public worship across a nation.
“No evidence has been offered to justify why the Government seeks to ban public worship that invariably takes place amid some of the most stringent Covid safety measures in the whole of society.
“The vital role which public worship has for the well-being of hundreds of thousands of people in this Shrewsbury Diocese together with faith communities across the nation can never allow public worship to be dismissed as something non-essential.
“Neither can we lightly overlook how from public worship flows support for the most vulnerable and countless charitable activities in the service of the common good.
“We are asking our Government and political representatives to provide the evidence on which they seeking to impose a ban on all public worship in England. We believe that public worship is not part of the problem we face rather it is part of the solution to this deeply human crisis.”
+ Mark, Bishop of Shrewsbury, 1st November 2020
Please pray for the 2020 Annual Chapter of the Canons of the ICKSP.
This will occur from Monday 24th August until Friday 28th August. Pray especially for the Canons, who, due to the currentcircumstances, won’t be able to attend this important event of the Institute’s life.
As a result of the Chapter, there are no Masses at the Shrine during this coming week.
On Sunday 26th July at 10.30am, the First Solemn High Mass celebrated Canon Stephen Sharpe followed by first blessings of a newly ordained priest will take place at St Peter & Paul and St Philomena.
A plenary indulgence is available under usual conditions: Confession, Holy Communion & Prayer for the Sovereign Pontiff for those receiving the first blessing.
We intend to provide a gift for the new Canon. If you would like to participate please contact Canon Poucin.