Friday March 3rd was the Women’s World Day of Prayer, held this year at Sandylands Methodist Church, and several of our Parishioners attended. It was a very thought-provoking day prepared this year by the women of the Philippine Islands. The theme was ‘AM I BEING FAIR?’ It made us think
We have been lent by Cafod one of the Lampedusa crosses – a very tactile reminder of the plight of refugees. Sicilian carpenter Francesco Tuccio made rough crosses from the wreckage of a boat carrying refugees that sank off the island of Lampedusa and offered them to survivors. This was
Roads to justice and peace Our Parish Justice and Peace group would like to draw your attention to this article in the Tablet, which considers Catholic practice in the light of what the new Prime Minister said when she took up office earlier this year
Last week Christians from around Kendal met every day to pray together in different churches, and on Sunday Deacon Bernard preached at the Parish Church in Kendal. He says, “I was so moved on Sunday by the sincerity and spirit of Prayer in the parish church. They taught me a
Over the past couple of years the OAG has sponsored the Makalanga Primary School in Malawi. We donated enough funds to build a kitchen to feed the school children during the school day. The success of this project has meant that the school has grown and almost doubled its number
At the Mass for Young People on Sunday November 22nd, Bernie welcomed everyone to the Mass. Altar servers and others composed the bidding prayers and read them out. These are their prayers. Dear God, we pray for the people of Paris as they come to terms with last week’s attacks.