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Sunday Bulletin 20 June 2021

Welcome to our First-Time Visitors! We are glad to share with you the beauty and depth of the traditional Latin Mass. Feel welcome to ask us about silence, Holy Communion on the tongue, the use of Latin, etc. Most people here came across this form of the Mass within the past few years or months. Like you they were perplexed at first. Now they treasure it. Find out more on lms.org.uk/faqs

St Mary’s Shrine Church Bulletin

20 June – 3 July 2021 (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

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Rector: Fr Armand de Malleray, FSSP           malleray@fssp.org

Assistant: Fr Ian Verrier, FSSP (also Choir & Organ)            iverrier@fssp.org

Assistant: Fr Alex Stewart, FSSP (any Mass bookings)         astewart@olgseminary.org

Visiting Priest: Fr Andrew Jolly

Shrine Secretary: Mrs Jane      Wright:warrington@fssp.org


Receive this newsletter by email https://fssp.org.uk/manageprofile/index.php


Daily Holy Mass readings: www.divinumofficium.com/cgi-bin/missa/missa.pl


Opening Times:

Sundays: 8:30am-1:00pm & 5:00pm-7:00pm 

3 Holy Masses 9:00am, 11:00am & 6:00pm;

Sung Vespers & Benediction 5:00pm; Confessions 8:30-8:55am, 10:30am-11:00am & 5:30pm-6:00pm

Weekdays: 11:00am-1:30pm (Confessions 11:40am-12:05pm; Holy Mass 12:10pm)

Saturdays: 10:00am-1:30pm (Eucharistic Adoration 10:00am-12noon, with ongoing Confessions; Holy Mass 12:10pm)


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 Sunday Mass.


To receive Holy Communion: one must be a Catholic, in state of grace, one-hour fasting at least. In the EF liturgy, Holy Communion is received kneeling (unless unable to) and always on the tongue. Thank you in advance.

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 women and girls. Men keep their heads uncovered within church; women are encouraged to wear a scarf, hat or mantilla. Thank you.

Switch OFF your mobile phone before you enter our church. Letting it ring inside the church gravely disturbs the quiet of the sacred place. Thank you for your consideration.

Safeguarding: If you have concerns about children or vulnerable adults, please contact the Archdiocesan Safeguarding Department on 0151 522 1043 or e-mail safeguarding@rcaol.co.uk, or speak with Clare Fraser, St Mary’s Safeguarding Officer. Thank you for your awareness.


Priory Court: pray for last admin hurdles to be solved so that we might soon hire a contractor and start conversion work!


ACADEMY at St Mary’s: Contact ourcoordinators Michael & Aileen Seymour: TheAcademyStMarys@gmail.com.

Please tell your friends and also visit www.rcahybrid.org.uk/.

Dowry Mag N049, Spring issue, now online and shortly in print. Articles on Muslim convert, family, film direction, Catholic think tank and more.

Confraternity of St Peter (CSP): Congratulations to Fr Seth Phipps, FSSP, who was appointed new chaplain. Email sphipps@fssp.org.


Summer Camps: We very much hope to run our summer camps in the Peak District again in August, for children aged 10-17. Boys: Aug 2-7. Girls: Aug 9-14. Contact: sphipps@fssp.org. Please do not send any money for bookings yet.


Consider offering usual stipends for the following weekly Mass intentions, otherwise offered without a stipend: All St Mary’s Faithful; All St Mary’s penitents


Accommodation near St Mary’s

Several parishioners have expressed a desire to live nearer to St Mary’s, but are struggling to find anything suitable on their own, either to rent or to buy. Options are being examined. Contact us if interested.


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


COVID: Please observe social distancing, sanitizing and one-way system as signed, and kindly cover your face with a mantilla, scarf or mask unless exempt.

We thank our stewards who generously give their time to secure a safe environment for all visitors to St Mary’s. Please make sure to follow their instructions and abide by the regulations (unless exempt from some), including social distancing and one-way system.


50 new Baronius hand missals and Holy Bibles for sale. Public price $ 64.95/copy. St Mary’s hugely discounted price: £35.00/copy! Pay by cash only, and have your item handed to you by us immediately.

Latin Mass booklets Latin/English with pictures: visit our repository after 11am Sunday Mass.


Join 309 subscribers to St Mary’s YouTube channel: Homilies for Sundays and major feasts will be uploaded regularly. Visit www.youtube.com/channel/UC_NVY7jpDIhANiwjng1gN0w. Thank you to our LiveMass/YouTube operators.


Homily by Fr Stewart: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ajyporr7QZo


St Joseph’s Men’s Group: after Wednesday 7pm Mass, prayer and talk (Confessions 6:30pm).


Concerned about your confidential health data being shared with third parties by the NHS? You can opt out until 25 August 2021. See https://www.medicaldevice-network.com/features/nhs-data-grab-gpdpr/


Latest book by Fr de Malleray: printed copies available; and presentation here: http://aroucapress.com/near-missed-masses

“Can priests miss Mass? This little book light-heartedly depicts ten Holy Masses nearly missed by priests due to some opposition. From Kilimanjaro to Loch Ness, from Burma to Paris and more, the ten humorous short stories describe obstacles to the celebration of Holy Mass, thankfully overcome. The ten priests persevered, spurred by the conviction that Holy Mass: 1) honours God, whose extrinsic glory increases each time the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is offered; 2) helps souls through the temporal application of Christ’s saving merits that Holy Mass brings about; 3) fortifies priests, whose ontological raison d’être is to offer the divine Victim on the altar. Leaving aside theological arguments, Near Missed Masses entertainingly illustrates these truths through fiction.”

Praise for Near Missed Masses

In the real world, which is the world that God made, the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is the power station feeding the life of grace. Without such grace, we die. In this volume of true stories, Fr Armand de Malleray shows us the life-giving power of the Mass in a world darkened with devildom. The light-hearted and humorous tone of the stories makes them easily readable without ignoring the gravity of the topic. — Joseph Pearce, author of biographies of J. R. R. Tolkien, Oscar Wilde, C. S. Lewis, and G. K. Chesterton

The unusual theme that unites a good number of the stories in this compendium is a scenario with which many a freshly-ordained priest will soon become familiar—the battle royal that often ensues in the attempt to secure an altar at which the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass may be offered in an atmosphere of recollection and decorum. With tact and good humour, Father de Malleray explores the intra-ecclesial prejudices and neuroses which have given rise to such a state of affairs, and illustrates how perseverance, charity and prayer are the most effective weapons we possess against suspicion and bigotry. An edifying read for both priests and laity, which we should pray will contribute to the healing of self-inflicted wounds which for too long have hampered the Church’s mission of evangelisation. — Fr Julian Large, Provost of the London Oratory

The stories in this collection give us precious evidence of the hidden persistence of the grace of the true priestly vocation in unexpected situations. The ten narratives portray priestly candidates and priests of various ages and cultures. All reveal that secret dialogue in the soul that takes place when grace is at work. Based on my experience in teaching Thomistic philosophy to seminarians for a decade and catechesis to seminarians and priests as well as lay people, I cannot recommend this book highly enough for young Catholic men and for all those who nurture vocations, or who could, but who are not sufficiently alert to the quiet presence of the Holy Spirit in many young souls. — Dr Caroline FareyAnnunciation Catechesis

In Near Missed Masses, Fr de Malleray finds a delightfully playful and imaginative way to reinvent true contemporary stories and drive home a serious point: the value of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, and the zeal that we should have to celebrate (as priests) or attend (as layfaithful) this Sacrifice worthily and frequently. In this way, the book functions like the proverbial storeroom containing things both new and old! — Fr Henry Whisenant, Diocese of East Anglia (England)


Juventutem Warrington next meets on Sat 19 June.

Next Juventutem London meeting: Friday 25th June, 7pm (Confessions 6pm-6:55pm), at St Mary Magdalene Wandsworth.


St Margaret’s Clitherow Ladies Support Group:

Sat 26 June, 1pm (bring packed lunch; talk at 2pm).


Pray for our Sick & housebound: John Sunderland, Phil Clarkson, Michael Meadows, Jean Scott, M. Hawley, Theresa Reynard, Hilda Creagan.


HOLY MASS INTENTIONS

Other Mass intentions are applied at Private Masses. Kindly ask Fr Stewart for details.

Sun 20 IV Sunday after Pentecost I Class   5pm Vespers and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament 9:00am 11:00am 6:00pm David Hall RIP All St Mary’s Faithful Homeless people
Mon 21 St. Aloysius Gonzaga, Confessor, III Class 12:10pm Confraternity St Peter
Tue 22 St. Alban, Protomartyr of England,  III Class 12:10pm Kathy Kelly
Wed 23 Vigil of Nativity of St. John the Baptist, I Class Men’s Support Group’s: 7pm Mass; 7:45pm Prayer; 8:30pm Talk 12:10pm 7:00pm The homeless All Men of St Mary’s
Thu 24 Nativity of St. John the Baptist, I Class 8:00am 12:10pm Celebrant’s intention All St Mary’s penitents
Fri 25 St. William, Abbot, III Class 12:10pm Wedding Chris,Marie
Sat 26 Sts John and Paul, Martyrs, III Class (Priestly Ordin. Wigratzbad) Adoration & Confessions 10:00am-12noon ; Ladies Group 1pm 12:10pm Jack Weaver RIP
Sun 27 V Sunday after Pentecost,  II Class   5pm Vespers and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament 9:00am 11:00am 6:00pm Samantha Fraser All St. Mary’s faithful Paul Edwards
Mon 28 Vigil of Sts Peter and Paul,  II Class 12:10pm Levi Habimanna
Tue 29 Sts Peter and Paul, Apostles, I Class Plenary indulgence for Confraternity and FSSP members 12:10pm 6:00pm Bob Doyle Souls in Purgatory
Wed 30 Commemoration of St. Paul, III Class Men’s Support Group’s: 7pm Mass; 7:45pm Prayer; 8:30pm Talk 12:10pm 7:00pm Eileen Parsons All Men of St Mary’s
Thu 1 Most Precious Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ, I Class 12:10pm All St. Mary’s penitents
Fri 2 Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, II Class 12:10pm Sierra Gorzkowski
Sat 3 St. Irenaeus, Bishop, Martyr, III Class Adoration & Confessions 10:00am-12noon  12:10pm Our Lady’s Intentions
Sun 4 VI Sunday after Pentecost,II Class   5pm Vespers and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament 9:00am 11:00am 6:00pm John Cain RIP All St Mary’s Faithful Mary Coakley


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