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Taste and See Mass in May


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 07/05/2014

Welcome to our Taste and See Mass on Sunday 11th May at 3.30pm at the Shrine, St John Fisher’s Kearsley. Mass begins at 3.30pm and after Holy Mass we will share a meal with one another, finishing at 5.30pm. This year we are considering ways to reach out to other families and invite them to become involved in the growth of faith and the growth of the Church. Our theme is from the series Schoenstatt Heats Afire – Evangelisation: The Way of the Schoenstatt Families. This is the fruit of the tree of evangelisation. Please come along and bring your whole family with you! (more…)

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Living the Covenant of Love Day by Day


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 03/05/2014

Welcome to our Jubilee May Day on Sunday 18th May 2014 . Everyone is truly welcome to celebrate 100 years of Schoenstatt. We start at 12.00 Noon and there will be programme and activities on offer on the whole campus. We will conclude the day with the celebration of Solemn Covenant Mass at 4.00pm in St John Fisher Hall with a pilgrimage to the Shrine Across the region families are coming today with symbols and pictures of Our Lady from home, from their “home-shrine” on pilgrimage to the Shrine at St John Fisher’s Kearsley. Members of the Pilgrim Mother and young people are making their way to plant flowers signifying 100 years of grace in the Covenant of Love. We will spend time in prayer, working together to produce a crown for Our Lady. There will be a talk on “Living the Covenant of Love day by day”. Throughout the day there will be opportunity for refreshments. Young people and children will have their own programme in the Cottage. We will conclude the day with a solemn celebration of the Covenant Mass during which the crown for Our Lady will be passed from person to person giving them a chance to crown Our Lady as Queen of their Lives. Please come and bring your whole family to this wonderful day of thanksgiving.

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