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July
18
2017

Covenant Mass


Venue: Schoenstatt Shrine and Pastoral Centre at 19:30

Group: Anam Cara Celebrant: Fr. Andrew Theme:  Family as Mirror and Model of the Church: (Family) is the path along which the history of salvation progresses… The triune God is a communion of love, and the family is its living reflection. (cf §11) more(+)

August
18
2017

Covenant Mass


Venue: Schoenstatt Shrine and Pastoral Centre at 19:30

No Covenant Mass this Month more(+)

September
18
2017

Covenant Mass


Venue: Schoenstatt Shrine and Pastoral Centre at 19:30

Group: Wonen’s Branch Celebrant: Fr. David Theme:  Here too, we can see another aspect of the family. We know that the New Testament speaks of “churches that meet in homes”. A family’s living space could turn into a domestic church, a setting for the Eucharist, the presence of Christ seated at its table. (§15) more(+)

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(+)

 
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Welcome to the May Day


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 29/04/2017

Welcome to the May Day on Saturday 6th May starting at 10.30am finishing with Mass at 5.00pm. We look forward to seeing you, your family and friends. Please come and join us. There will be a Café, Children’s Programme, Workshops and we will conclude with Holy Mass at 5.00pm

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Dennis Shevlan


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 17/04/2017

It is with deepest regret and sadness that I have to report the sudden and unexpected death of Dennis Shevlan (RIP). After a brief illness Dennis died in Bolton Royal (ICU) on Easter Sunday Morning. Kath and all their family could be with him. Please remember Dennis in your prayers and pray for Kath and their family at this terrible loss. Dennis may you rest in peace and this day rise with the Lord in glory.

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Welcome to the Shrine Gardens and Grounds for Easter


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 10/04/2017

You are invited to visit the Shrine while our gardens are in early spring blossoming.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Clear view of peel tower from the Shrine

The mural for the new Play Area is almost complete on time for the opening on April 29th at 1.00pm. Please come along and join us.

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Taste and See Mass on Palm Sunday


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 08/04/2017

Last minute invitation to our Taste and See Family Mass tomorrow on Palm Sunday. Mass begins at 3.30pm followed by a shared meal Please come along to start Holy Week together as a family. Please also bring donations for our food and clothes bank. Look forward to seeing you

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Spring at the Shrine part 2


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 03/04/2017

I forgot to mention Joe – Dennis and Kath’s grandson.

He climbs trees, knocks them down and clears up.

 

 
Then starts again planting trees.

 

 

 

Well done Joe. He goes to Nepal this year with the Volunteer Fire Service.

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Schoenstatt Family Week at Whitby


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 02/04/2017

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Spring has sprung at the Shrine


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 02/04/2017

Dennis Shevlan, Paul Cooper, Steve Bromley and Tony Burke allow Spring to come through in the Shrine garden and grounds:

We see that life is bursting through Snow drops and daffodils

and a mural has grown on the shed wall

in preparation for the children’s play area do come and visit

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