Posts tagged Lockdown

Statement from the Catholic Bishops’ Conference

Cardinal Vincent Nichols and Archbishop Malcolm McMahon (Archbishop of Liverpool) issued a statement following the approval of new Regulations on 4 November which enforce national restrictions on movement, association and commerce. The cardinal is President of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England & Wales and Archbishop McMahon is Vice-President. Today, Parliament passed into law the […]

Statement from the Catholic Bishops’ Conference

It is a source of deep anguish now that the Government is requiring, once again, the cessation of public communal worship.

Always be prepared to give an account for the hope that is in you

The inability for us to live out the sacramental life as a Catholic is a real trial but also an opportunity to bear witness to the Lord. In this mini-martyrdom, are we ready to act and speak in a way that gives a reason for the hope that is in us?

Homily from the Maundy Thursday Liturgy.

As we now enter the Holy Triduum, the most important time in the Church’s liturgical year, we become more aware that so much of salvation history, the story of God and his people, finds its fulfilment in these 3 days. From the fall of Adam, the flood and Noah’s ark, to the covenant with Abraham, […]

Holy Triduum Services

In the current situation, with everyone staying at home and churches closed, all our Triduum services will be streamed live on the internet. Here are the plans (the location from which services are streamed may well change depending on technology): Maundy Thursday Liturgy: 7:30pm on Facebook live from Christ the King Church. Good Friday Liturgy: […]