15th and 16th September

Posted on Sep 14 , 2018 in News

24th Sunday of Ordinary Time – click here -> 24th Sun Ord Time Redacted, cyc B, 15th & 16th Sept 2018

Mass times are 6:30pm on Saturday (Vigil) and 10:00am on Sunday.

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Participating in Adoration
The bishops of England and Wales held a National Eucharistic Pilgrimage and Congress in Liverpool 7–9 September 2018.

You can experience with video keynotes and highlights at Shalom World TV with sound files. Downloadable copies of the talks are at Adoremus resources.

Our thanks to the Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales for their vision and organisation of this historic event.

Exposition at St Paul’s Church

Reflecting on the conference, St Paul’s will have an Exposition on 30th September at 4.00pm for one hour, led by Deacon Gerald Turnbull.

Eucharistic adoration is when the Blessed Sacrament is adored by the faithful. This practice may occur when the Eucharist is normally in the church tabernacle. Adoration is a sign of devotion to and worship of Jesus Christ, who is present Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity, under the appearance of the consecrated host.

Want to see and listen to what happened at Adoremus?

See Adoremus resources which has links to the video and audio podcasts.

Day One: The Symposium

Canon Mervyn Tower: The Scriptural Context

Canon David J Oakley: The Eucharist in the Life of the Church

Sister Margaret Atkins: Teaching the Eucharist

Printable downloads of some Symposium Presentations are available.

Day Two: The Congress

Bishop Robert Barron: The Mystery of the Mass

Bishop Robert Barron: Sainthood, Sanctity and what makes us Holy

Cardinal Vincent Nichols: Reflection at Benediction and Exposition with Evening Prayer

Also available are the Apostolic Nuncio’s message from Pope Francis and Archbishop Malcolm McMahon’s welcome to Liverpool.

Day Three: The Pilgrimage: A short film is available.

Watch Again: You can also watch more coverage at Shalom World TV.

Let the parish office team know if you are interested in viewing the Adoremus conference speeches one evening in our church, and we will show them later this year.

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