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The WCMAD projects continue to thrive under the support of our loyal and generous parishioners. The projects have...


We have now set a date for our parish pilgrimage to the Holy Land. This will take place from the
2nd April...



The Holy Communion Programme is changing again slightly. It is very important that anyone wanting their child to...


This year 81 children from our three schools and schools in the surrounding area participated in our First Holy...


Great news, we have today updated the website to allow you to now receive our weekly newsletters direct to your inbox...


The St Agnes Rotas for Ministers and Readers are now available for collection from the back of church. Additionally...


It was great to see so many of our parish pensioners at the Fish and Chip evening last Friday in St. Aidan's Club...


Refugee Appeal Update (SHARE)
The SHARe (Support in Huyton for Asylum
seekers and Refugees) group would...


Please make a note of the following dates in your diary. We have several events taking place over the course of this...


Thank you so much for all the donations (Refugee Appeal ) that you have been so kind in giving, we have been...


VISIT BY THE ST. AIDAN’S AND ST. AGNES W.C.M.A.D. GROUP TO HOMORODU DE JOS, ROMANIA
 2nd AUGUST TO...


Several of our parishioners have spent months preparing for theis year's WCMAD Summer Camp in Homorodu De Jos...


We would like to welcome Anaya Lilly, Rebecca Louise, Amy Kate and Gabrielle to the Parishes of St...


Following on from the proposals brought forward by the Pastoral Area Working Group, the Archbishop has responded with...


The first joint parish BBQ proved a great success on Sunday 12th July and a wonderful day was had by all. Having...


It is that time of year again when we will shortly start collecting
for Mary's Meal's. Items can be...


On Sunday 12 July we will celebrate our first joint parish BBQ. Last year's St. Agnes BBQ saw lots of friendly...


These are proposals set out by the PAWG members of our two parishes together with Fr. Anton.

They are...


‘Much work has been done over the past seven years to bring the parish communities of St Agnes & St...


We would like to thank you for your generosity to our recent earthquake appeal. please find below update on totals...


In the wake of the devastating earthquake in Nepal, I am appealing for your generosity in supporting this...


Our new parish website goes live today. The new resource for the parishes and communities of St Agnes and St Aidan is...


There will be a joint  pastoral meeting on  Sunday 29 March 2015 in Sr. Elizabeth Kelly’s room at 3...


Today we can announce the dates for making your first holy communion. Please see the dates below, and watch out for...


A fundraiser evening will be held  on Friday the 24 April 2015 at  St Aidan’s Club which will...


There is not much to say about today. We said our goodbyes and left on the minibus about 0930. We stopped outside...


​We attended Mass today in a beautiful church in Satu Mare. It was one of the brightest and most pleasingly decorated...


Another day off and Cristian had organised a visit to a vineyard for us in the afternoon with a meal to follow. It...


​Sports Day at last. We assembled at school early to set up the games and sort out the prizes. We had 5 teams with...


​Normal routine was followed with breakfast and then school. We were all a little subdued and apprehensive after the...


​The bus arrived again today so we were back to our usual number of children.  Fun and games followed by a lunch...


Same as yesterday. We found that the reason for the bus not picking up the children from the outlying villages was...


​After breakfast we went to the school to prepare for Monday's activities but the main event of the day was...


​The day started as we had left off on Friday with Annie leading the proceedings. Games, crafts and face painting...


​A day off today so we hired the minibus and took a trip to “The Merry Cemetery” in Sapanta, about a 2...


School started as usual with Annie leading the physical jerks and dance but this time because the weather was so much...


A better day after Wednesday. The weather improved slightly, the children were arranged into groups and we were...


At school that we had nearer to 70 young people turn up. Today was slightly more chaotic than Tuesday, (no real...


After the hot day yesterday came the rain, the day was to be showery. We had breakfast in our own houses as it was...


We all woke early to a hot, sunny, Hungarian morning and broke fast at McDonalds. Our transport to Romania, H.d.J...


Visit by the St Aidan's and St Agnes W.C.M.A.D. group to Homorodu De Jos 20th July - 4th August 2014
The...


We departed after masses at St. Aidan’s and St Agnes at about 1230. Our 1600 flight from Manchester was delayed...


​3am – we had all decided earlier in the week that we would set our alarms and wave Fr. Anton off on his...


Fr. Anton suggested we took a break from all the work so we went to the local zoo today as we were told that we could...


​We went to visit French Guyana today.  We drove to Albina to meet Fr Ken who we had met a few years ago and see...


​Today we decided to visit all other villages where we worked in our previous visits.  In Powaka, where Steve...


​We went into town on the local bus to do some shopping and bought footballs for the kids in Powakka and Redi Dotie...


We packed up today to travel back to Paramaribo.  As usual the villagers joined us to carry all our luggage and...


​We attended church for 9am Mass and it was good to see it had all been tidied and cleaned up.  Mass was lovely...


​The school children came to church for a Mass today. It was great to see them and the teachers all dressed in their...


​We were up at 6.30 am, had our breakfast and were painting by 8.30 am. Honor and Sr. Egno volunteered to cook some...


​Monica and Bryan went to Atjoni, by the motorised-dugout canoe, to buy some food (as we had eaten a lot of pumpkins...


​We all woke up to Gabriel’s oboe played on Fr. Anton’s phone at 6am.  Today we were to work on the...


​Parishioners of St. Agnes church, Huyton have recently returned from another successful humanitarian visit to...


​A group of villagers went back up river today to collect the material for the roof (completely paid for by our...


Monday morning we were all up at 7 am as there was a lot of shopping and banking to be done before we loaded the cars...


It was a bit chaotic in the small waiting room at the presbytery as it filled up with suitcases and we unpacked and...


A party of twelve parishioners from St Agnes’ R.C Church Huyton, together with their Parish Priest Fr. Anton...


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