You are warmly welcome to the Liverpool South Pastoral Area Ministry Team (LSMT) website.
In these unprecedented times we unite in support of one another in prayer, by providing practical help and by living in the present day – one hour at a time, one day at a time. As ever in a moment of challenge and difficulty it is the kindness of strangers that overwhelm us as we continue to reach out to all who need our help as best we can. Keep Safe. God bless.
Helen Jones, Pastoral Associate Liverpool South
You are welcome to join us for a Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Succour on Tuesdays from 7pm coming from St Wilfrid’s, Garston. For full details of the Zoom link, please see the newsletter – there are also options for a phone connection. We will be livestreaming to YouTube here (we hope!)
Details of the proposals from Synod that have been gathered from all across the Archdiocese are now being looked at further and are available to download from the Synod Website: synod2020.co.uk . Parish members will let you know how to contact them to let your views be known. The deadline is 7 December to discern which of the five proposals and two affirmations for each theme we are drawn to.
Do try and take time to have a look so that we can truly become the Church that God is calling us to be!
The chance to deepen your faith with a practical pastoral study opportunity for the Certificate/Diploma in Pastoral Ministry in conjunction with Loyola University, Chicago and Liverpool Hope – information sessions will be held on Zoom, register to attend – no obligation to join the course.
Cautiously Returning to Mass – what to expect and how best to play our part in keeping safe
This month’s digital version of the Catholic Pic.
The latest information from the Catholic Bishops of England and Wales regarding the Coronavirus can be found here.
For those or for loved ones who are in hospital at the Royal or Broadgreen in Liverpool and need the services of a chaplain please read the following information from the Chaplaincy about support provision.
Liverpool South is a diverse area embracing people from all socio-economic backgrounds, creeds and ethnicities. This gives it a distinct flavour and each parish reflects the smaller community that it serves whilst retaining the warmth of welcome that is so typical of this wider area.
Our worshipping communities are led by diocesan priests as well as religious communities with some parishes focussing on the wider issues of immigration, others on Justice and Peace, family groups, youth programmes, UCM, chaplaincy, history as well as full Catholic community activities.
The LSMT is made up from the following communities: Cathedral Parish (including the Catholic Chaplaincy at St Philip Neri), Our Lady of Mount Carmel and St Patrick – Toxteth, Blessed Sacrament Shrine – Dawson Street, St Anne & St Bernard – Edge Hill, St Anthony of Padua – Mossley Hill, St Charles Borromeo & St Thomas More – Aigburth, St Clare & St Hugh – Sefton Park, St Vincent de Paul – St James Street, St Wilfrid (including the Carmel Monastery) – Garston.
We work collaboratively to support our parishes in ministry in a team comprising laity, religious and clergy and in this way foster a spirit of unity and generosity as we enable opportunities to share the gifts and talents of our individual communities in living out the Gospel.
This website incorporates all our parishes and events within our Parishes, Pastoral Area and the Diocese. It will evolve according to need, so please do get in touch with our Pastoral Associate or your volunteer LSMT representative and let them know your ideas.
LIVERPOOL SOUTH PASTORAL AREA
Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, Blessed Sacrament Shrine, Our Lady of Mount Carmel and St Patrick,
St Anne and St Bernard, St Anthony of Padua, St Charles & St Thomas More, St Clare & St Hugh,
St Philip Neri (Catholic Chaplaincy – Cathedral Parish), St Vincent, St Wilfrid
PASTORAL ASSOCIATE: Helen Jones
E: firstname.lastname@example.org M:07449 633977
Office: OLMC, 27 High Park Street, Liverpool, L8 8DX
(Serving OLMC & St Patrick, St Anne & St Bernard, St Anthony of Padua,
St Charles & St Thomas More, St Clare & St Hugh, St Wilfrid)