Our Lady’s Juggler

Many centuries ago, there lived a man by the name of Barnaby. He was a juggler who lived from day to day on the small donations he received. He went from town to town and he would take knives or balls and juggle them. And that is all that he could do. He felt embarrassed over his lack of talent. He almost felt totally useless. People in the town in which he juggled would be involved in their business work. Some would run small little shops. Some were doctors and teachers. And Barnaby would see all these people working every day and be more discouraged with each passing day. Continue reading “Our Lady’s Juggler”


John Paul the Great….

On the 1st May,  we celebrate the beatification of Pope John Paul II. As a Schoenstatt Family we would like to celebrate this great day along with the Church. Take a time for prayer and reflcection – and follow some of the links provided here to find out more about this great man….

What is happening in Rome – click here

A tribute in pictures – click here

A dedicated website from the
American Bishops Conference – click here
What is happening in Salford Diocese – click here

And don’t forget to pray…

Prayer for the Beatification of Pope John Paul II

O Blessed Trinity,
we thank You for having graced the Church
with Pope John Paul II and for allowing
the tenderness of Your Fatherly care,
the glory of the cross of Christ,
and the splendor of the Holy Spirit,
to Shine through him.

Taste and See

Poster for the Taste and See Mass in MayGrace of Transformation

May 8th, 3.30pm
Schoenstatt Shrine and Pastoral Centre

A mass prepared by families for families.

  • Gathering for Mass at 3.30pm we begin to look at our theme.
  • A shared meal helps us come together.
  • A time of reflection helps us open up in faith
  • Activities for children and young adults

Download the poster – click here

Welcome to out Taste and See Mass in May on the 8th May at 3.30pm at the Shrine in Kearsley. Some members of the Sion Community will be with us this time for the Children’s Programme!
The Gift of a Change of Heart

Often when we meet in the family we call to mind experiences we have shared. This can be more than mere reminiscence; sometimes bringing to mind really takes us back into the the concrete experience we share – and that could mean tears and laughter. At holy Mass we use the word commemorate when we bring to mind the gift of the Eucharist at the Last Supper, the grace of salvation  remembering Christ died for us to rise to new life and we expect the promised gift of His Spirit at Pentecost. Our faith tells us that the words we say bring about a real change and we come into the presence of the events we bring to mind – Christ’s Body and Blood given for the life of many.  We k look forward to meeting you there.