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18
2018

Covenant Mass


Venue: At the Shrine at 0:00

The Emmaus Group will prepare our Covenant Mass celebrated by Fr Reginald. more(+)

December
18
2018

Covenant Mass


Venue: At the Shrine at 0:00

The students group will prepare our Covenant Mass celebrated by Fr Bryan. more(+)

 
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Invite to November Covenant Mass


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 14/11/2018

Dear Friends following Remembrance Sunday last week we have Covenant Mass this Sunday, 18th November 2018 at 7.30pm at the Shrine. Our young people are preparing the Mass for us and St Edmund’s Music Group will be playing during Mass. We look forward to seeing you. Please bring donations of non perishable foods, warm wooly hats, scarves,glovEs and socks for our food bank. We look forward to welcoming you.

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Requiem for Simon Tite RIP


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 13/11/2018

Dear Friends

The Requiem for Simon Tite (Margaret Tite’s oldest son) will be on
Friday 23rd November at 10.30am
at St  Willibrord  Church,
North Road, Clayton Manchester M11 4WQ
Afterward Simon will be buried in Droylsden Cemetery
We pray for the repose of the soul of Simon and remember his wife Julie and pray for Margaret and all the members of the Tite Family.
God Bless
Fr Bryan
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Into My Vineyard


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 09/11/2018

You are invited to the into my Vineyard Meeting tomorrow, 1oth September at 3.30pm. We look forward to seeing you there. We will report on the events in September and October 2018 and look forward to next year. There is a Pilgrim Mothers’ Rally in November.

Next year there are two pilgrimages to Schoenstatt. We will also plan the May and October Days. The plan for Taste and See and look at what else we want to offer this coming year. Following the Kentenich seminars we invite discussion on how we can follow on? Our ‘Let it Be’ programme on Our Lady starts next Wednesday 14th November at 7.00pm- 8.00pm. Taste and See Mass is on Sunday, Remembrance Sunday at 3.30pm with input and children’s programme. Please bring supper to share. Also for our food bank we need wooly hats, scarves, gloves and socks as well as non-perishable foods.

God Bless

Fr Bryan

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E-Newsletter for November 2018


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 02/11/2018

Dear Friends

Please find a copy of the E-Newsletter for November2018.This Newsletter was prepared by Ignacio and thanks to all contributors.

 

E-Letter Nov 2018

 

God Bless

Fr Bryan

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Pray for the repose of the soul of Theresa Gussow and Arthur Holt


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 19/10/2018

Dear Friends
Please pray for the repose of the soul of Theresa Gussow, dear mother of our former Sister of Mary, Clarie Gussow. Theresa passed away peacefully on Tuesday 16th October, fortified by the Rites of the Church.
Please also include in your prayers and pray for the repose of the soul of Arthur Holt from Liverpool. Arthur and his wife Moira belong to the Family Group in Maghul. In his time Arthur was part of the Liverpool garden team at the Shrine.
May they receive their eternal reward
Also for those involved in Mount Carmel, Blackley, Beryl Whiting died peacefully last week. We pray for her eternal rest and we remember all the families who are grieving.
Thank you and God Bless
Fr Bryan

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Covenant Day 18th October


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 18/10/2018

Today is Schoenstatt’s ‘birthday’, 18th October 1914. Tonight we celebrate our covenant Mass at the Shrine starting at 7.30pm with a procession to the Shrine and the renewal of out Covenant. Each of us is called to be an Apostle of the Covenant bringing the good news of our love of Mary and that the Mother of God and our mother leads us to Christ. We want to explore what are the virtues of a missionary disciple of the Covenant of LOVE. We look forward to welcoming you

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E-Newsletter for October 2018


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 13/10/2018

Dear friends see this a copy of the E-Newsletter for October

 

E-Letter Oct 2018

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