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St Mary’s Shrine Church Bulletin
13-26 Feb 2022 (fortnightly)
Smith Street, Warrington, Cheshire, WA1 2NS, England
Served by the Priestly Fraternity of St Peter by appointment from the RC Archdiocese of Liverpool.
01925 635664 fssp.org.uk/warrington facebook.com/fssp.england
Rector: Fr Armand de Malleray, FSSP firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant: Fr Ian Verrier, FSSP (also Choir & Organ) email@example.com
Assistant: Fr Alex Stewart, FSSP (any Mass bookings) firstname.lastname@example.org
Deacon: Rev Gwilym Evans, FSSP: email@example.com
Visiting Priest: Fr Andrew Jolly
Shrine Secretary: Mrs Jane Wright: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Daily Holy Mass readings: www.divinumofficium.com/cgi-bin/missa/missa.pl
Sundays: 8:30am to 7:00pm
3 Sunday Holy Masses 9:00am, 11:00am & 6:00pm;
Sung Vespers & Benediction 5:00pm; Confessions 8:30am-8:55am, 10:30am-10:55am & 5:30pm-5:55pm
Weekdays: 9:00am-7:00pm (Confessions 11:40am-12:05pm; Holy Mass 12:10pm)
Saturdays: 9:00am-7pm (Eucharistic Adoration 10:00am-12noon, with ongoing Confessions; Holy Mass 12:10pm); Sung Vespers 6:00pm
Holy Rosary Mon-Fri 11:30am; Sat 11am; Sun 4:30pm
Stations of the Cross Mon & Fri, 1:00pm
Mothers’ Prayer Group: Wed 1:00pm
Priory Court Car Park reserved for Academy every Mondays and Thursdays; available ALL other days. Church car park available 7/7: please now use ALL empty spaces, including outside Presbytery & Garage.
Free 2hrs parking at ASDA across the street.
Organ practice Thu, Fri 2pm-4pm
Bookshop Unit 3 Open Sun 12:25pm-1:00pm.
Daily Holy Mass online with homily: on LiveMass.net > Warrington: Sun 11:00am; Mon-Sat 12:10pm, and the same on demand 24hrs after 3pm upload for weekday Masses, and over 7days for latest Sunday Mass.
All must dress modestly in church out of reverence for God and of respect for fellow-worshippers. Chest and limbs must be covered down to elbows and knees at least. No sportswear. Sunday best should be worn by all on Sundays and feasts: suit and tie for men and boys, dresses for ladies. Men keep their heads uncovered within church; women are encouraged to wear a scarf, hat or mantilla.
To receive Holy Communion: one must be a Catholic, in the state of grace, one-hour fasting at least. In the traditional liturgy, Holy Communion is received kneeling (unless unable to) and always on the tongue. Thank you in advance.
Kindly switch OFF your mobile phone before you enter our church.
Safeguarding: If you have concerns about children or vulnerable adults, please contact the Archdiocesan Safeguarding Department: email@example.com or 0151 522 1013, or speak with Clare Fraser, St Mary’s Safeguarding Officer. Thank you for your awareness.
Thank you for having joined in the Novena in preparation to the Solemn Consecration of the FSSP to the Immaculate Heart of Mary last 11 Feb. May Our Lady Immaculate protect and guide our priestly community in its worship of God and service to souls.
Pray for our 15 subdeacons ordained on 12th Feb.
Support our children’s Catholic education! Promote and attend the
OPEN Day of Regina Caeli ACADEMY Warrington on Sat. 5th March 11am-2pm.
Already half a dozen families have moved to or near Warrington over the past year to benefit from our liturgical, devotional and educational opportunities. More families are willing to follow. The Academy is an essential feature of our educational mission. Come and meet staff, parents, children and chaplain. 11am Presentation; 12:10pm Holy Mass with homily by Academy Chaplain Fr de Malleray; 1pm Shared lunch and further Q&As.
Book here www.rcahybrid.org.uk/info.
House-finding Novena to St Joseph: 24 Feb-4 March
A seventh family within the past 12 months is now moving to Warrington, from Berkshire this time. But finding a place to rent or buy is proving difficult. Let us pray together the Litany of St Joseph daily (after public Shrine Mass) for the Protector of Families to secure good homes for our newly arrived families and for more who wish to move here.
500 weekly visits to St Mary’s Shrine Church: half on weekdays and half on Sundays. Thank you, Cleaning Team!
Dowry Mag Winter Issue now online:
In this issue:
Westerners in 2022 can learn from the heroic fidelity demonstrated by Catholic Poland during WWII and later. Hoping against hope, a generation of young Catholic men and women stood up for their faith and country both at home and abroad. We British and Irish Catholics must love deeper Christ, Our Lady, Holy Church and the saints; and gather together in order to save our souls in the present and forthcoming trials. At the heart of the current battle is the education of our little ones as God’s children.
Editorial: It Is Happening – St Mary’s Academy
Fr de Malleray explains why education is central to his Fraternity’s mission, now implemented through the hybrid Regina Caeli Academies in Bedford and Warrington. Four years after it was indicated as the aim of the successful Priory Campaign, the “Village Option” has become a necessity for families to survive and pass on the faith to their children.
Educating the Saints of Tomorrow
Justin Bozzino presents the hybrid model of the Regina Caeli academies, successfully adapted from America for UK families. He invites families to register for the Warrington Open Day on Saturday 5th March (11am-2pm): www.rcahybrid.org.uk/info.
Heroic Poles in the Battle of Britain
Richard Kornicki reminds us of the crucial role of Polish pilots in the Battle of Britain. Air Officer Commanding RAF Fighter Command Hugh Dowding said: “Had it not been for the magnificent material contributed by the Polish Squadrons and their unsurpassed gallantry, I hesitate to say the outcome of Battle would have been the same”.
Young Women reflect on the Warsaw Uprising
Dowry asks two Polish young women settled in England how they relate to the heroism of a late fellow-Pole Cecylia Wolkowinska portrayed in her autobiography When the Summer Ended (written in collaboration with Joanna Bogle), from her youth in free Poland after WWI until the Nazi invasion of her country and the heroic uprising against the occupier in 1944. What inspiration, what lessons can young people in 2022 Britain learn from their heroic forebears fighting for freedom?
A Polish Army liberates Monte Cassino
Mark Kudlowski pays tribute to the determination of the Polish units who first reached the world-famous Abbey of Monte-Cassino eventually freed from Nazi occupation. Since Europe was civilised largely by the Benedictines stemming from Monte-Cassino, this victory over the anti-Christian forces of Adolf Hitler can inspire us in our third-millennium struggle for the Christian civilisation.
Elizabeth Prout, Mother Teresa of Manchester
Rosalind Starkie reviews Edna Hamer’s book on the Venerable Elizabeth Prout (1820–1864), Foundress of the female branch of the Passionist Order in Victorian England. A convert, Elizabeth Prout brought solace, education and hope to many women, girls and families suffering under inhuman conditions in the slums of Manchester during the Industrial Revolution.
A Bigger God
James Gillick shows that modern telescopes have given men a better idea of the magnitude of the cosmos. This humbles the wise, but terrifies the proud. They react with violence and manic ambition at the expense of true culture and spirituality. Christian artists and thinkers must depict anew the splendour of the Saviour for the benefit of mankind.
Meditations on the Stabat Mater
Religious superiors and theologians express their interest for the medieval liturgical sequence displaying the sufferings of the Blessed Virgin Mary at the foot of the Cross on Good Friday. A commentary on the Stabat Mater just released by CTS can be a good companion for the forthcoming Lent.
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Thank God for a great pilgrimage to York last 5th Feb:
60 pilgrims from St Mary’s Shrine prayed at St Margaret Clitherow’s shrine and venerated her hand, walked the city walls and prayed for the conversion of England at York Minster. Thank you Fr Verrier, Deacon Evans and Andrew for logistics, Frs Quirke and Stewart and Deacon Evans for inspiring talks and homilies, and the Oratorian Fathers for their welcome. Now, where to for our next pilgrimage?
Quiet time before Mass from 11:50am: as requested by some, now 15mins silence before daily Mass, in between Holy Rosary and Angelus (now at 12:05pm).
Roof leaking: Thank you for the money raised and donated. Solutions are being examined.
Thank you for helping us through the Offertory collection and standing orders. While the overall income is still far from covering the actual expenses of the Shrine, it is comforting to see how generously you respond. God bless you all.
Support St Mary’s Shrine: send your donation via our Donate page: https://fssp.co.uk/donate/. Ask us for a Gift Aid form to increase your donation by 25% at no extra cost to you. Gift Aid envelopes can be obtained from our Secretariat. Standing orders are easier and quicker for us to process than cash: Lloyds Bank ;
Sort Code: 30-80-27 ; Account number: 30993368 ;
Account name: FSSP Warrington
First Holy Communions: Register by the end of February with Deacon Evans to start preparation on Sunday 6th March, in time for ceremony on Corpus Christi Sunday 19th June, 11am.
Just arrived: 50 new Baronius hand missals. Bring £35 in cash and receive your copy after 11am Sunday Mass.
CTS interviews Fr de Malleray on his Meditations on the Stabat Mater, just released: https://fb.watch/b3l3w6BmVV/.
Order it on time for Lent: www.ctsbooks.org/product/meditations-on-the-stabat-mater/.
St Margaret Clitherow Ladies’ Group, one Saturday a month, 1pm shared lunch and 2pm doctrinal/spiritual talk with Q&As: 19 Feb; 19 Mar; 9 Apr; 21 May; 11 Jun; 9 Jul. Any ladies 18+ welcome!
English Conversation Classes have started for anyone, especially our new parishioners from Hong Kong, Poland or elsewhere. In a relaxed setting for an hour over a cup of tea, coffee and snack. Individuals, couples and families, all welcome. Most Tuesdays after the 12:10pm Mass in Priory Court Unit 1. Contact Alison email@example.com.
Latin Classes for beginners will start at St Mary’s weekly, by qualified teacher. Ideal to understand better the Holy Liturgy and everyday prayers such the Our Father and Hail Mary. Contact Samuel: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now 533 subscribers to St Mary’s YouTube channel: Homilies for Sundays and major feasts are uploaded regularly. Visit youtube.com/channel/UC_NVY7jpDIhANiwjng1gN0w. Thank you to our LiveMass/YouTube operators.
Watch Deacon Evans’ homily on Holy Church in the Storm: https://youtu.be/hEQmno5mTBU.
SPUC Youth Conference in Stone 25th – 27th Feb 2022 with Fr de Malleray and Deacon Evans: https://www.spuc.org.uk/youthconference2022.
Prayer list: Tim Wright, Michael Leacy, Wendy Moss, Bill Conder, Greta Doyle, Dorothea Wallace, Deryck Sankey, Michael Meadows, M. Hawley, Theresa Reynard, Hilda Creagan.
|HOLY MASS INTENTIONS: Other Mass intentions are applied at Private Masses. Kindly ask Fr Stewart for details.|
|Sun||13||Septuagesima Sunday||II||9:00am||John Sunderland RIP|
|5pm Vespers and Benediction of the||11:00am||Preservation FSSP/Latin Mass|
|Blessed Sacrament||6:00pm||John Green RIP|
|Mon||14||Feria, Votive Mass of the Holy Trinity||IV||12:10pm||Donor’s intention|
|Tue||15||Feria, Daily Mass for the Dead||IV||12:10pm||Holy Souls|
|Wed||16||Feria, Votive Mass of St Joseph||IV||12:10pm||Joseph Habineza|
|Men’s Group 7:45pm||7:00pm||All St. Mary’s Penitents|
|Thur||17||Feria, Votive Mass of the Holy Ghost||IV||12:10pm||Audrey Jones|
|Fri||18||Feria, Votive Mass of the Holy Cross||IV||12:10pm||Dawn Ollenshaw|
|Sat||19||Feria, Saturday of Our Lady Adoration &||IV||12:10pm||Manuel and Mazon|
|Confessions 10:00am-12noon; Vespers 6pm|
|Sun||20||Sexagesima Sunday||II||9:00am||Steve Parsons|
|5pm Vespers and Benediction of the||11:00am||All St. Mary’s Faithful|
|Blessed Sacrament||6:00pm||Eileen Dunbeivin|
|Mon||21||Feria, Daily Mass for the Dead||IV||12:10pm||Holy Souls|
|Tue||22||Chair of St Peter Plenary Indulgence Confraternity||I||12:10pm||Confraternity of St. Peter|
|Wed||23||St. Peter Damian, Bishop, Confessor, Doctor||III||12:10pm||Kevin King|
|Men’s Group 7:45pm||7:00 pm||All St. Mary’s Penitents|
|Thur||24||St. Matthias, Apostle. House-Finding Novena starts||II||12:10pm||Michale McEvoy|
|Fri||25||Feria, Votive Mass of the Passion of Our Lord||IV||12:10pm||Leonard and Angela|
|Sat||26||Feria, Saturday of Our Lady; Adoration &||IV||12:10pm||Sr Luong and Fu Mon Chun|
|Confessions 10:00am-12noon; Vespers 6pm|
|Sun||27||Quinquagesima Sunday||II||9:00am||Wladyslaw Zielinksi|
|5pm Vespers and Benediction of the||11:00am||All St. Mary’s Faithful|
|Blessed Sacrament||6:00pm||Paul, Helaina and Family|