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During May (‘Mary’s month’) we supported the charity Mary’s Meals at Church. We invited people in our local area to help as well. We’ve had a great response with money given or events planned – a wedding collection, local halls … Continue reading
Last Thursday (28th Jan) a group from Church went for a 1940’s (World War 2) style meal at Manchester Metropolitan University’s Hollings Training Restaurant. We were joined by members of Lucy’s family, and Father Paddy from the SMA Fathers next … Continue reading
Didn’t we have a lovely time the day we went to the Shrine at Ladyewell? The sun shone all day, which was great. We enjoyed the journey and then Bishop Mark celebrated Mass for us in the shrine. We had … Continue reading
Last Wednesday (25th March) we celebrated the Feast of the Annunciation in splendid style! Our celebration of Mass was followed by a superb 3 course meal with wine fantasically organised by Desmond and Michael. Tickets were £10 and 30 people attended … Continue reading