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October
18
2017

Covenant Mass


Venue: Schoenstatt Shrine and Pastoral Centre at 19:30

Group: Mt Carmel Celebrant: Fr. Bryan Theme:  Relationship not like in Social Media Here I think, for example, of the speed with which people move from one affective relationship to another. They believe, along the lines of social networks, that love can be connected or disconnected at the whim of the consumer, and the relationship quickly… [more]

November
18
2017

Covenant Mass


Venue: Schoenstatt Shrine and Pastoral Centre at 19:30

Group:Emmaus Celebrant: Fr.Reginald Theme:  Living  our faith in the Family: For “man cannot live without love. He remains a being that is incomprehensible for himself, his life is senseless, if love is not revealed to him”.(Redemptor Hominis §10 in AL§161) more(+)

December
18
2017

Covenant Mass


Venue: Schoenstatt Shrine and Pastoral Centre at 19:30

Group: Tiberias Celebrant: Fr.Andrew Theme: The Church is a family of families, constantly enriched by the lives of all those domestic churches. “In virtue of the sacrament of matrimony, every family becomes, in effect, a good for the Church… The Church is good for the family, and the family is good for the Church. §87 more(+)

 
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How can I find the way to God? an invitation for young adults


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 05/08/2017
Topic: How can I find the way to God?

Young adults are welcome.

worship, music, prayer, input , games and dinner

It will be on Saturday Aug 12th starting at 5 p.m..

Any informationen required, please contact Ignacio and Michael. (Click here for invite)

schoenstattyouthuk@gmail.com
God bless

Ignacio and Michael

Schoenstatt Youth UK

Schoenstatt Shrine Kearsley
St John Fisher
Manchester Road Kearsley
Bolton, , England, BL4 8QQ

www.schoenstatt.org/en/schoenstatt-in-action/youth/

“Only living faith can conquer the world.” , “Ite incendite mundum” …..Joseph Kentenich
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Covenant Mass at the Shrine on Tuesday 18th July at 7.30pm


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 11/07/2017

 Covenant Mass will be on Tuesday 18th July at 7.30pm at the Shrine and you are invited. Fr Pushpa will be the main celebrant and this will be his final Covenant Mass before leaving for the USA where he will be working with the Schoenstatt Family there.

We are preparing to crown Our Lady as Schoenstatt Queen of England and renew the pledge of loyalty taken on pilgrimage to Walsingham thirty year ago. Each household, all our families want to become the jewel in Mary’s crown and we want our Mother Mary to become the jewel in each of our home shrines . We look forward to seeing you as we journey towards this renewal on October Day, the blessing day anniversary of our Shrine on Sunday 1st October 2017. where we all be joined by our Bishop John Arnold.

Please come along with your family and bring a donation for our food and clothes bank.

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Taste and See Family Mass in June


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 07/07/2017

Welcome to our family Mass, Taste and See at the Shrine at 3.30pm on Sunday 9th July.  We are going to hold our Summer Picnic after Mass today and we invite you to bring a ‘picnic basket’ and come along with the whole family and bring a friend.. You are invited to bring a donation for our food and clothing bank for the homeless and the needy. See you at the Shrine

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Taste and See Family Mass in June


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 06/06/2017

Welcome to our family Mass, Taste and See at the Shrine at 3.30pm on Sunday 11th June, Trinity Sunday.  Since we last got together the terrible events in Manchester Arena and in London have happened. The wonderful response highlighted with the Areana Concert in Old Trafford show the spirit and determination of our people. We remember with sadness the loss and pray in hope. It makes us feel all the more what is important to us , our family and the security to live our family life in joy, peace and love. After Mass we will have a ‘potluck meal’; what we share is what is on the menu. You are invited to bring a donation for our food and clothing bank for the homeless and the needy. See you at the Shrine

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for London


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 04/06/2017

It is with great sorrow and consternation that we have to offer prayers on this Pentecost morning for those who have lost their lives on London Bridge and Borough Market at the hands of three crude evil men. Our hearts go out to the families of those who have lost, so violently, their loved ones. Our hearts ache for those people injured and maimed and for all their families. Thank you to the Police, Emergency Services, the Hospitals of London and all those who offered shelter and assistance to those Londoners and visitors of this great City threatened with senseless evil violence.

Pentecost is about new strength and hope. It is a fire of love that purifies us from all wish to use or abuse of others.  It is the light of truth and the beginning of reconciliation, the foundation of a World of Truth, Justice and Love.

For those who hold their dead and suffering children in their arms we can only offer the loving silence of solidarity and a prayer of condolence. At this point I would like to shout from the rooftops:  ”Maybe it’s because I am a Londoner”. I am from Coatbridge living in Greater Manchester. But today I am a Londoner.  And all the “Bees” of Manchester understand and are with you. God give us peace.

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I am with you…Manchester


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 24/05/2017

We entrust all those who have died as the result of senseless evil violence to the heart of Mary and we remember the families now in grief.

O God, author and lover of peace, to know you is to live, to serve you is to reign; defend against every attack those who cry to you, so that we, who trust in your protection, may not fear the weapons of any foeThrough Christ our Lord.

We pray for all those who are maimed and injured and for your worried families. We thank the members of the NHS, the emergency services, for all who showed kindness and care on that terrible night and all those who have helped Manchester in this dark time. Click here for Poem from the Vigil

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Manchester Incident


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 23/05/2017

Our prayers and condolences with all those families involved in this terrible incident. We keep you in mind in this time of fear and anxiety. For the innocent who have lost their lives;  may they rest in peace and we want to support the families of those affected.

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