News and services

Please see below the services that take place his week at our church. If you would like any further information, please contact us on the details listed on the right of your screen.

Second Sunday of Lent  – 16th March 2014

Monday 17th March

St Patrick



Eucharistic Service, Rosary & Exposition


Tuesday 18th March




Mass  Rosary & Exposition


Wednesday 19th March

St Joseph

9.00am Eucharistic service, Rosary & Exposition
Thursday 20th March




Mass, Rosary & Exposition
Friday 21st March 9.00am



Mass, Rosary & Exposition


Stations of the Cross followed by

Divine Mercy devotions.

Saturday 22nd March







Eucharistic Service & Rosary




Sunday 23rd March











Walking through Lent with Pope Francis

Our Lent groups have got off to a good start and it’s not too late to join in. If you couldn’t make it last week, please look again at the updated list of times and places and see if there is one you can get to. Other ideas during Lent. During Lent as well as our Walking through Lent meetings we have daily Adoration every  morning after the 9 o clock Mass or Service along with the Rosary, why not try to join in? Alternatively you could join in with the Stations of the Cross each Friday during Lent at 2.30pm . Everyone is very welcome.

A Lesson from St Patrick  –  Monday 17th March

We could use Saint Patrick’s Day as a good excuse for drink or two, or we could use it to learn a useful lesson. What can we learn from Saint Patrick? Well, not unlike Jesus, Patrick was a great storyteller. He had a great story to tell about his faith to the people of Ireland, and he had to figure out how to tell his story of faith to an audience that had never heard such a story before. Plus he had to do it in such a way that people would be inclined to listen and believe. Today we have a similar challenge, to tell people about our faith in a way that will engage and involve, that will impact attitudes and ultimately lead to meaningful change. Happy Saint Patrick’s Day.

Lenten Service   –  “Give us your heart!”

The Salesians at Home group based at the convent in Croxteth are leading a short Lenten service here in St Teresa’s and also at Our Lady Queen of Martyrs on Monday 31st March at 7pm. (both services will run at the same time!). You don’t have to give anything up…you just need to give us your heart! Please try to come, bring your friends and family, children are welcome.

Scripture Group

Continue to meet each Wednesday at 7.30pm in the priests house. Please feel free to join us, all are very welcome.

Mums Galore!

St Teresa’s Union of Catholic Mothers welcomed over 200 mums from other foundations around the Archdiocese for their bi-monthly Mass, celebrated by UCM Chaplain Fr Mark Madden. Our visitors were delighted with the way our church looks now and with the welcome they received. We are very grateful to them for their presence, their prayers and their generous donation.

Date for your diary

OMI partners in Mission present a Canon Law Workshop with Fr Frank Morrisey OMI and Fr Robert Bourgon. The Joy of the Gospel, a charter for the future and The Mercy of God revealed in the Sacrament of Reconciliation. At the Oblate Retreat Centre, Crewe, beginning with coffee at 10am on May 20th finishing with lunch May 21st. Cost £40 (subsidised by Oblate Patrners in Mission.) For more details or to book contact Mr Kirk Jacobs tel;0207 624 7296 or email;

Parish Lottery

Winning numbers for draw on 12th March 2014

5; 15; 17; 21 – Two consolation prizes of £25 each;  310583; 310471

No winner of the Jackpot of £1170 (subject to re scrutiny). Estimated Jackpot for the next draw is £1470. Many thanks to all who support our Parish Lottery and to the Team who run it for us. Your support is really appreciated!






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