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St. Michael's Church

St. Michael's Church 1
   
Clergy

Rev Arthur FitzGerald
1 Horne Street, Liverpool L6 5EH
Tel 0151 263 6578

Masses

St Michael, West Derby Road, L6 5EH
Sunday 10.30 am
Holydays as announced
Weekdays as announced

Our school is a big family with strong parish and community links. Care and excellent standards of teaching and learning are key factors of our mission statement

 

At St Michael's we aim to help children develop in their journey of faith in a positive learning environment and we place Jesus, His teachings and His values at the centre of what we do.

 

 Sacrament of the Eucharist

Through the sacrament of Eucharist we remember what Jesus did for us in his life, death and resurrection. We remember particularly the Last Supper, that final meal Jesus shared with his disciples. At that meal Jesus gave us the Eucharist so that we could remember him in a special way. When we receive Communion, we believe that we receive the person of Jesus into our very beings. We become one with him, and we become one with each other. As a community we become 'the body of Christ'.

 

The Sacrament of the Eucharist is received by Year 4 children in May and June after having received the Sacrament of Reconciliation. The celebrations take place at Sacred Heart and St Michael’s Catholic Church.

 

We also believe that our school and parish will make a valuable contribution to your child’s development. St. Michael's is a secure and caring environment where children develop their many talents and we fully recognise the importance of educating the ‘whole’ child.  

Academic excellence for all children is one of our goals but we also seek to nurture those special gifts which makes each child unique.  

Home, School and Parish links are also vital. We value the full contribution to school life that parents make and the support offered by Father Fitzpatrick our parish Priest. Together, we ensure that St Michael's remains a very special place to all.  

HOLY COMMUNION

The Sacrament of the Eucharist will be received by year 4 children in May and June the children will also be having the Sacrament of Reconciliation. The celebrations take place at Sacred Heart and St Michael’s Catholic Church.

 

 

Through the sacrament of Eucharist we remember what Jesus did for us in his life, death and resurrection. We remember particularly the Last Supper, that final meal Jesus shared with his disciples. At that meal Jesus gave us the Eucharist so that we could remember him in a special way,’ TAKE THIS, ALL OF YOU, AND DRINK FROM IT, FOR THIS IS THE CHALICE OF MY BLOOD, THE BLOOD OF THE NEW AND ETERNAL COVENANT, WHICH WILL BE POURED OUT FOR YOU AND FOR MANY FOR THE FORGIVENESS OF SINS.’  When we receive Communion, we believe that we receive the person of Jesus into our very beings. We become one with him, and we become one with each other. As a community we become 'the body of Christ'.

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