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11 March 2018 WEEKLY BULLETIN of ST MARY’S SHRINE
www.stmaryswarrington.org.uk • 01925 635664
St Mary’s Shrine, Buttermarket Street, Warrington WA1 2NS
Served by the Priestly Fraternity of St Peter by appointment of the RC Archdiocese of Liverpool
Rector: Fr Armand de Malleray, FSSP: firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant: Fr Konrad Loewenstein, FSSP: email@example.com
Assistant: Fr Ian Verrier, FSSP: firstname.lastname@example.org
WELCOME TO ST MARY’S SHRINE!
7/7 Holy Masses: Sunday 11am & 6pm; Mon-Sat 12:10pm daily.
Confessions 30mins before every Mass every day – including from 5:30pm before 6pm Sunday Mass
and on Saturdays 10am-11:45am during Eucharistic Adoration.
Daily Rosary 11:30am Mon-Fri, 11am Sat. Followed by the Angelus.
SUPPORT—Bank details: Account name: FSSP Warrington. Account number: 30993368. Sort Code 30-80-27
Lloyds Bank, Palmerston Road Branch. Ask us for Gift Aid forms and envelopes: email@example.com
Registered Charity number 1129964
Safeguarding: Children, teenagers and vulnerable adults must be accompanied or supervised at all times within the Shrine. If you have concerns, please contact the Archdiocesan Safeguarding Department on 0151 522 1043 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your awareness.
Pro-life: Every last Saturday, 10:15am. Coordinator: Peter Boyle: email@example.com
This Week’s Mass Intentions:
|Sun 11||4th Sunday of Lent – Laetare Sunday|| 11:00am
Joseph & Louis King
|Mon 12||Feria||12:10pm||Margaret Hannah RIP|
|Tue 13||Feria||12:10pm||Souls in Purgatory|
|Wed 14||Feria|| 12:10pm
|Thur 15||Feria||12:10pm||Thomas Fitzpatrick|
|Fri 16||Feria||12:10pm||Theresa & Thomas Wakefield
(50th Wedding Anniversary)
|Sat 17||Eucharistic Adoration
|5 FSSP Deacons ordained today
Philomena Maddock RIP
|Sun 18||Passion Sunday (veil holy pictures)|| 11:00am
|Cardinal R. Burke’s Intentions
The King Family
Ask St Joseph! Ahead of his feast, let us all pray a novena to St Joseph. We will pray the Litanies of St Joseph after Mass daily. We start today, Sunday 11, and will end on Monday 19 included.
Communal intention: funding for a Shrine pastoral Centre. As our activities grow in number and diversity, the need for dedicated spaces also increases. Let us pray for benefactors and for a smooth administrative process to acquire or build St Mary’s pastoral centre.
Please join in the novena even from home or work if you cannot attend Mass here daily.
The Litany of Saint Joseph
For public or private use.
Lord, have mercy on us.
Christ, have mercy on us.
Lord, have mercy on us. Christ, hear us.
Christ, graciously hear us.
God the Father of Heaven, Have mercy on us.
God the Son, Redeemer of the world, Have mercy on us.
God the Holy Spirit, Have mercy on us.
Holy Trinity, One God, Have mercy on us.
Holy Mary, pray for us .
Saint Joseph, pray for us.
Illustrious son of David, etc.
Light of the patriarchs,
Spouse of the Mother of God,
Chaste guardian of the Virgin,
Foster-father of the Son of God,
Watchful defender of Christ,
Head of the Holy Family,
Joseph most just,
Joseph most chaste,
Joseph most prudent,
Joseph most valiant,
Joseph most obedient,
Joseph most faithful,
Mirror of patience,
Lover of poverty,
Model of workmen ,
Glory of domestic life,
Guardian of virgins,
Pillar of families,
Solace of the afflicted,
Hope of the sick,
Patron of the dying,
Terror of demons,
Protector of Holy Church,
Lamb of God, Who takest away the sins of the world, Spare us, O Lord.
Lamb of God, Who takest away the sins of the world, Graciously hear us, O Lord.
Lamb of God, Who takest away the sins of the world, Have mercy on us.
- He made him the lord of His household,
R. And prince over all His possessions.
Let Us Pray.
O God, Who in Thine ineffable providence didst choose Blessed Joseph to be the spouse of Thy most Holy Mother, grant that as we venerate him as our protector on earth, we may deserve to have him as our intercessor in Heaven, Thou Who livest and reignest forever and ever. R. Amen.
Young Adults Group Sat. 17 March, 1-4pm: Talk by Fr Loewenstein on “What is truth?”
Young Adults & Professionals 18-35 Group
All welcome: bring your friends along
Saturday 17 March 2018
1pm-3pm/4pm: pizza lunch followed by talk and discussion on:
“What is truth?”
Such was the question asked by Pontius Pilate to the Lord Jesus, after He had affirmed: “To this end was I born, and for this cause came I into the world, that I should bear witness unto the truth. Every one that is of the truth heareth my voice.” (John 18:38)
Is there such a thing as truth? How does it differ from opinion, and from error? Can one be sincerely mistaken? If truth exists, how can one find it? How to share it while respecting the freedom of others?
Come and reflect on this important topic, led by Fr Loewenstein, FSSP.
Do arrive earlier if you can for:
10am-12noon Eucharistic Adoration with Confessions
12:10pm Low Mass
5 New Deacons: Please pray for the 5 FSSP Subdeacons to be ordained to the Diaconate Saturday 17th at Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary, Denton USA.
2020 Archdiocesan Synod: On 14 March, Frs de Malleray and Verrier will attend the clergy gathering in preparation.
Copies of the Diocesan Directory for sale: ask at the Presbytery.
The box sets of GIFT AID envelopes for the new tax year will be available for collection shortly. Anyone who is a tax payer and a regular user of the occasional Gift Aid envelopes (those left on the benches) and would prefer their own set of dated, Sunday Gift Aid envelopes, should contact Jane Wright in the Shrine Office firstname.lastname@example.org
Caution – Workmen! Over the coming week work will begin within the church to bring the building up to Fire Safety standards and ultimately make it safer for us. This will involve tower scaffolding inside the church and areas may need to be cordoned off during the day. Work has been planned to keep disruption to a minimum. Please respect any safety notices and instructions that may be given. Thank you.
Lenten Talks, given by Fr Loewenstein, Wednesdays 7pm preceded by Mass at 6.15pm.
Stations of the Cross at 1pm every Friday during Lent lead by one of the priests.
Dowry 37 now online! Visit fssp.co.uk to read our quarterly magazine, including articles on: Overlooked Migrants; Should Priests Marry To Be Merry?; The Veil of Saint Veronica; Young Adults Fall for Old Rite; Filming God? – and many more.
Mary’s Meals Backpack Collection
Mary’s Meals provides meals for children in schools, who would otherwise go hungry and without education. During Lent, if you would like to pack a school backpack with items to help this cause, the packs will be collected on 18th March from the back (narthex) of the church. Further information is available in the narthex.
Items needed: notepad, pens, pencils, sharpener, eraser, pencil case, crayons, ruler, towel, children’s clothes, sandals/flip-flops, toothbrush and paste, small ball, spoon.
Young Pro-Lifers: Please pray for the SPUC Youth Conference which finishes today near Stone.
Dementia Prayer Week, 12th – 19th March 2018: www.pastoralcareproject.org.uk.
Sacraments: preparation in taking place. Contact the priests if you need to be added on.
Chartres Pilgrimage at Pentecost: 19-21 May. Join our pilgrimage from Warrington, with Fr de Malleray. Contact Conor now: email@example.com.
New Website: www.fssp.co.uk
The FSSP in the UK & Ireland has a new website.
It is a more unified and accessible design, reflecting the growth of our Fraternity in these Isles.
Holy Communion Reminder:
To receive Holy Communion, one must be 1) a Roman Catholic 2) in state of grace (no grave sin unabsolved on one’s conscience) and 3) have fasted for at least one hour.
In the traditional Latin rite used at St Mary’s, Holy Communion is received kneeling (if one can), and in any case on the tongue: thank you very much in advance.
Please hold Communion plate against your throat if no server is available.
Please use the entire width of the Communion rail, from one wall of the church all the way to the opposite wall, avoiding any gaps. This will make distribution quicker. Thank you.
Watch Holy Mass at St Mary’s daily on www.livemass.org. The Mass of the day can be watched for 24hrs and that of the Sunday for the entire week.
☞ Did you know?
St Mary’s Shrine costs £1,444 a week to run and maintain. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.