St Mary Newhouse
St Mary Newhouse

How to find us

The Word of Mercy

Parish Clergy:

Fr. Augustine Obiagwu (Priest in Charge) and

Fr. Francisco Ulogu 

at St Mary's, Fernyhalgh

Telephone: mostly via the Sisters on 07934 222978 or 01772 862437

but also via Fernyhalgh parish on 01772 862231

 

Parish Sisters: 

Sister Sheinrose La Torre and Sister Monique

belonging to congregation St. Paul of Chartres.

at The Convent (formerly OLSE presbytery).

Tel: 07934 222978 or 01772 862437 

Eml: saintmarysnewhouse@gmail.com

 

Universalis (3-day)

Sun 3 March (Sun, 03 Mar 2024)
3rd Sunday of Lent
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Mon 4 March (Sun, 03 Mar 2024)
Monday of the 3rd week of Lent, (commemoration of Saint Casimir)
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Tue 5 March (Sun, 03 Mar 2024)
Tuesday of the 3rd week of Lent
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ZENIT – English

More house and less market: the Pope’s explanation of the Gospel passage on the expulsion of sellers from the temple (Mon, 04 Mar 2024)
Allocution on the occasion of the recitation of the Angelus on Sunday, March 3, 2024 The post More house and less market: the Pope’s explanation of the Gospel passage on the expulsion of sellers from the temple appeared first on ZENIT - English.
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After Israeli army killings in Gaza, Pope Francis wonders if this is the way to build a better world (Mon, 04 Mar 2024)
"I ask myself: do you really think that this is the way to build a better world? Do you really believe that this is the way to achieve peace?" the Pope asked. The post After Israeli army killings in Gaza, Pope Francis wonders if this is the way to build a better world appeared first on ZENIT - English.
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Pope Francis and Gender Ideology: What Fiducia Supplicans Didn’t Say and What the Pope Does Say (Sun, 03 Mar 2024)
However, the Pope’s words have appeared in a moment of LGBT+ retreat of ideological colonization, in countries such as El Salvador and Argentina The post Pope Francis and Gender Ideology: What Fiducia Supplicans Didn’t Say and What the Pope Does Say appeared first on ZENIT - English.
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See the new website launched by the Catholic Church in England and Wales by following this link

www.artofdyingwell.org

It is designed to help all grappling with issues around the meaning of dying and death. Based on the Catholic tradition but open to all, it features real-life stories about dealing with the journey through death to eternal life.