News and services

Sunday 8th November 2015 

Remembrance Sunday

 

Monday 9th November 9.00am

 

Eucharistic Service and Exposition
Tuesday 10th November

 

8.30am

9.00am

7.30pm

Rosary.

Mass & Exposition.

Novena

Wed’ 11th November

 

8.30am

9.00am

7.30pm

Rosary

Mass & Exposition

Scripture Group.

Thursday 12th November

 

8.30am

9.00am

12.00noon

Rosary.

Eucharistic Service & Exposition.

Requiem; Ronald O’Donoghue

Friday 13th November

 

 

8.30am

9.00am

 

Rosary

Eucharistic Service & Exposition.

 

Saturday 14th November 9.00am

12.00noon

5.00pm

6.00pm

Eucharistic Service, Rosary & Exposition

Baptisms (by appointment)

Confessions

Mass

Sunday 15th November

 

10.00am

12.00noon

6.00pm

Mass

Baptisms (by appointment)

Mass

 

NOVEMBER, MONTH OF THE FAITHFUL DEPARTED

REMEMBERING OUR LOVED ONES

During the month of November we pray for all our deceased  family members and friends. We aim to remember how they helped us and loved us whilst they were with us and we commit to keeping their memory alive by adopting the qualities we most admired in them.

We also pray for those who have died fighting for our way of life and our religious freedom, we also pray for those who have died alone and have no one to remember them.

November dead list envelopes are available at the back of church, names placed in these envelopes will be remembered at every Mass celebrated throughout the month of November.

REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY  – 8th NOVEMBER 2015

Sadly due to the recent intensive operations, the names of many young men and women have been added to the war memorials throughout the country.

We give thought also to the many who are injured and due to the miracles of modern medicine are increasingly surviving with horrific injuries. So, on Remembrance Sunday we remember these people as well as those from the two great wars.

 

BECOMING A CATHOLIC

Our Journey in Faith group will meet again at 5.00pm this Sunday 8th November.

Any adults who want to become Catholic or who have been baptised but not confirmed will be very welcome.

 

CHURCH FLOWERS 

Envelopes are available in church for your donations towards the flowers for our beautiful church.

 

The Year of Mercy will begin on 8th December 2015. To help us prepare, the

December healthcare weekend has been adapted as a retreat, focusing on caring for the sick. See the poster at the back of church.

Place: BOARBANK HALL, CUMBRIA

Date: 4th-6th December 2015

Theme: Sickness and Compassion

Speakers: Dr Karen Groves, Sr Margaret Atkins, Fr Dixie Taylor Cost: £120, or donation as you can afford.

All Welcome 

For bookings and more information: Sr Margaret Atkins,

margaret@boarbankhall.org.uk

 

THE DE LA SALLE ACADEMY  PENSIONERS PARTY 2015

Thursday 3rd December 2015 from 2.00pm – 4.30pm  in the Academy Hall.The BEST Christmas Dinner! Bingo & Entertainment! To book your place: Phone The Academy on 01515463134 or sign the lists in Church or the Club before Monday 16th November.

 

SVP (St Vincent de Paul)

A big thank you from the SVP to all St Teresa’s parishioners for their continued generosity in the recent SVP collection. Many thanks.

The next SVP meeting  takes place on Tuesday 10th November at 7pm in St Teresa’s

presbytery. If you can spare one hour every couple of weeks , why not come along and hear how the SVP is supporting St Teresa’s community. You would be most welcome

 

WELCOME – We are delighted to welcome Jenson Barry Dunn and Sebastian Spencer Perez who were Baptised into our faith community last weekend.

 

Parish Lottery WINNING NUMBERS for draw on 4th November 2015

1; 2; 8; 21

ONE WINNER of the Jackpot of £277

(subject to re scrutiny)

Estimated Jackpot for the next draw is £266

Two consolation prizes of £25 each; 434913; 435405

Many thanks to all who support our Parish Lottery and to the Team who run it for us. Your support is really appreciated!

Embrace Liverpool.

Embrace, now in its second year, is a Catholic youth conference aimed at young people, held in the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, Liverpool. It is a day-long celebration of faith: the day is filled with key-note talks and workshops; times of prayer and adoration; times of praise and worship; a time for confessions. All of this will cumulate in mass at the end of the day celebrated by Archbishop Malcolm and a number of Bishops and Priests from across the Archdiocese.

This year’s conference takes place on Saturday 21st November which is the National Youth weekend and the Feast of Christ the King. Our theme this year is “Build My Kingdom!” The conference is aimed for 16-30 year olds however all ages are welcome. The conference programme and description of the workshops can be found on our website, http://www.embrace-liverpool.org.uk.

 

 

 

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