This year we are focusing exclusively on training people to give talks and
presentations as well as workshops on how to more effectively tell the Church’s story.
That means that the sixth National Speakers’ Training 2016 will have a new format,
involving one Saturday and three Thursday evenings in central London.
Cor et Lumen Christi Community has been establishing a centre of Church Renewal in the north of England for the last 15 years at St Cuthbert's, Wigton. Following damage to the roof caused by the storms of 2015, several independent roofing contractors have said that the roof is not repairable but needs to be replaced. We therefore have to have a new roof finished by the end of this summer, before the autumn and winter storms begin again.
The Right To Life Annual Sponsored Walk in Clitheroe will take place on Bank Holiday Monday May 30th at 13.00 prompt but participants are asked to be present by 12.30 p.m. at least, for photographs, etc.
Welcoming entries from people of all ages and abilities, the public are being encouraged to artistically reflect what Christmas means to them. Entries will be judged on their originality, creativity, public appeal and their ability to capture the spirit of Christmas.
‘In June this year, Bishop Paul Hendricks alongside the Kairos Forum UK and in partnership with the Pontifical Council for Culture, will be coordinating two exciting events in Rome, for the Jubilee Year. These events are creative, international and ecumenical. Our celebratory activities will interweave the Gospel with the lives, stories and experiences of people of all abilities’.
- 23 June: An academic symposium, Living Fully 2016: Disability, Culture and Faith.
- 24-26 June: A creative and vibrant conference, Living Fully 2016: Disability, Culture and Faith: A Celebration including a differentiated, parallel programme for people who have been intellectually disabled, enabling them to celebrate and promote their vital place within the Body of Christ
Car Boot Sales:
14 May, 11 June, 9 July 8am until 1pm
£10 per stall register at St Clare's School or 'phone 07960 1171734
Tea/Coffee Bacon?Sausage Butties available
Adrian's 40th Birthday Concert
Friday 20th May, 7pm at St Wulstan's Church, Fleetwood – featuring organist Adrian Earnshaw and St Wulstan's choir.
For more info, please download the poster.
Garden Open Afternoon Sat 21 May 2 -4:30pm; Prayer and Walking Weekend 6-8 May; Prayer and Gardening Week 11- 15 July. Last two events book for the whole time or simply for a day. Contact Sr. Mary Bernard 01524 732684 for more details or book on line at email@example.com
The Jesuit parish of St. Wilfrid is seeking an enthusiastic and motivated parish administrator to undertake the day to day administrative tasks associated with a developing and dynamic city centre parish. The role will formpart of a wider collaborative team that is developing ministries in Spirituality, Adult Faith Formation, Student Chaplaincy and Outreach to the poor and marginalised.
Salary £18,000 - £21,000 per annum
Dependent upon knowledge skills and experience of successful applicant.
*This position is covered by a genuine occupational requirement under the employment Equality (Religion of belief) Regulation 2003, Section 7, subsection (2)
To apply, please request an application pack from Mrs Shirley Russo at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or by post to: Parish Administrator, St. Wilfrid’s Presbytery, 1Winckley Square, Preston, PR1 3JJ.
For more information visit our website: www.stwilfrids.info
Closing Date: Friday 29th April 2016
Interview Date: Thursday 19th May 2016
Open Day on Saturday 7th May. While this open day is particularly aimed at those interested in our Ecclesiastical Bachelor of Divinity degree-level course, we would also welcome anyone interested in studying from our wide range of Further Education, undergraduate and post-graduate courses (http://www.maryvale.ac.uk/study-with-us.html).