If you are in your 20s-30s and would like to find out more about this new group, please come along to the Garden Room after 11:15 Mass this Sunday, 3 March, or contact the parish office: firstname.lastname@example.org
This coming Wednesday is Ash Wednesday, marking the beginning of Lent. Masses in English with imposition of ashes at St Alphonse are as follows: 12.15 (English and French), 19:00 (English only).
Stations of the Cross: volunteers are needed to lead the Stations of the Cross at 19:00 after the 18:15 Mass on Fridays during Lent. Please contact the parish office if you would like to volunteer.
There are still places available on the diocesan pilgrimage for young people to Thailand, 6-23 August 2019. for further information please click on the link below.
The Pastoral and Community Life Committee has organised a day trip to Bernkastel by coach on Saturday 23 March with the option of lunch and a tour of the town by the tourist office. The coach will leave the Glacis at 9:00 and return at 18:30. All are welcome.
The coach travel has been subsidised by the parish but there is a small charge for the town tour. A 3-course lunch has been organised in a restaurant, 25 Euros for adults and 15 Euros for children (not including drinks), or you can bring your own picnic.
If you would like to join the trip, please see below for the registration form and make any payments required to the parish bank account in advance – details on the form. The form should be emailed to the parish office : email@example.com
Please find the form by clicking here
This year we will be celebrating the Feast of St Patrick on Saturday 16 March. We are celebrating St Patrick in 3 ways, all closely linked: a procession from the Gelle-Frau (the golden statue opposite the cathedral), led by a piper, to the church of St Alphonse; a Mass with Irish cultural references; then a feast at the back of the church.
Since the beginning of our English-speaking Catholic community here in Luxembourg, the Irish community has been one of the main driving forces in our parish, in terms of faith, practical engagement, and supporting a spirit of openness to all-comers. And wherever there are Irish people, there is, of course, a celebration of St Patrick. His Feast Day, is a celebration of the whole missionary activity of our Church.
Assemble at the Gelle-Frau at 10:40 for the procession to the church, Saturday 16th March:
Mass at 11:00
Feast in the church, 11:45-ish.
All welcome. And all must bring at least 2 friends who have never participated in a St Patrick’s Day celebration before.