Click below to view photos from the Messe du Peuple de Dieu – “Mass of the People of God” – which took place in the Cathedral on the opening Sunday of the Octave of Mary, Mother of God, yesterday 12 May 2019.
Our altar servers and First Holy Communion children and their families led the participants from the English-speaking Community in a procession from St Alphonse to the Cathedral before joining in the multilingual Mass.
Images courtesy of cathol.lu.
Everyone interested or involved in catechesis (education in the faith) in the Catholic Church in Luxembourg is warmly invited to the Catechesis Forum 2019 at the Centre Jean XXIII on Saturday 30 March from 9:30 to 17:30.
The aim is to share experiences and to exchange insights on catechesis from childhood to adulthood with guest speakers from the English-speaking Church in different parts of Europe.
Participation is free-of-charge but advance registration is required.
To find out more, click here.
Can you spare some time over the festive period to volunteer at a reception centre for asylum-seekers in Luxembourg?
The Luxembourg Red Cross needs volunteers to help distribute meals or participate in other activities all year round – but the need is especially great at Christmas and New Year. The initial reception centre in Strassen is currently operating at full capacity.
Please contact Caren Baviera (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you can spare some time to help.
Our Community has had a leading role in supporting the Luxembourg Red Cross in this field since 2015. To find out more, click here.
Saturday 22 September 9:00-12:30, Centre Jean XXIII, Kirchberg
All adults involved in parish programmes are invited: FHC, confirmation, children’s liturgy, marriage preparation, baptism and adult catechesis, and anyone interested in taking a role in these programmes. Please email email@example.com to confirm your attendance.
Download the programme here.
Report & Photos here
More photos on the archdiocesan website — follow this link and click on the photo.
UMODZI is a project founded and supported among others by Judith Golooba, a member of the English-speaking Catholic community in Luxembourg, to support the education of orphans in her home country of Malawi.
The organisers are now busy making sure that all their students get funding to enable them to start college or university this coming September.
They have three students who have done well in their exams and have places in local universities in Malawi but do not yet have sponsors.
Can you help?
This is not about requesting money for a charity, but an appeal for individuals who can take care of a student and see them through their college or university programme, which lasts about 3 years (depending on the course).
The college/university fees amount to about €2300 per year – less than €200 per month. UMODZI would put you in direct contact with the student concerned.
To find out more, please contact Judith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pope Francis will lead the World Meeting of Families in Ireland this week. A delegation from the Archdiocese of Luxembourg is participating – including a group from St Alphonse led by Fr Ed. Follow our progress each day on this dedicated page and feel free to share with us your thoughts, intentions or prayers.
Contact: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org