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Lent 2024 – The Lectio Course
Learning how to hear God by praying the Bible together as a community.
Have you heard about our Lenten spiritual journey? Would you like to learn how to listen to God this Lent? Can you believe this Lent not only that your Heavenly Father wants to speak to you but that he can speak to you, that he is speaking to you..?
If so, why not sign up for our Lenten small groups, The Lectio Way.
FIND OUT MORE HERE…
The Lectio Course – Lenten small groups
Lent 2024 – For Families
Listening more to God as a family.
Each week we will offer suggestions for how to live Lent more fruitfully as a family, including scripture reflections, saints’ feast days, Lenten activities and suggestions for prayer.
FIND WEEK 1 HERE
FIND WEEK 2 HERE
FOR CHILDREN’S LENTEN CALENDAR CLICK HERE
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…. And here’s the latest issue of our Parish Magazine, Crosskeys. Click on the image, or on this link
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Details of our churches below, with times of Sunday Masses
For weekday Masses at St Peter’s & St Gregory’s, and for Adoration and Morning & Night Prayer at St Peter’s, please look at this week’s newsletter.
We continue to broadcast all services from St Peter’s church on You Tube, and there are public Masses in all the churches
St Peter’s Church
Sunday Masses: vigil Mass, 5.30pm Saturday, then 8am, 10.30am & 5.30pm Sunday – all public and livestreamed
There is also Mass every weekday, morning Mass & confession on Saturdays, and regular Eucharistic Adoration – see newsletter for full details