St Teresa'sCatholic Primary School

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Father Martin

18th January 2024

Year 4 welcomed Father Martin into their class.  As part of their current Come and See topic, the children wanted to find out more about what it is like to be a priest.  It was lovely to see how enthusiastic the children were when asking their questions and they were extremely interested to hear all about Father Martin's role in our church and how much of an active a role he plays in communities in lots of different countries.  We look forward to welcoming Father Martin into school again when he will be teaching some of our KS2 children origami.

Fr Martin has suggested these resources as a way of supporting families.


Redemptorist Publications is pleased to introduce Celebrate: an initiative designed to help children grow in their faith.  Each week we will provide a Children’s Liturgy in the form of a video of the week’s Gospel reading, a reflection and a final prayer.   Fun, engaging and practical worksheets/resources will also be provided to help children continue to practise their faith during this time.

Although Sunday Masses are now being celebrated in parish churches, Redemptorist Publications is pleased to continue to offer our Mass online, especially for those who cannot yet return to their parish church.  We pray that this will enable the faithful to feel connected, to their faith and church community, during this time.

Sacramental Preparation - Fr Martin demonstrated using a chalice and altar breads.

Catholic Life During Covid 19 Outbreak.



Here is some support offered by the Archdiocese of Liverpool to help us during these difficult times. There is a wide range on offer - Sunday readings with reflections, streamed Masses, advice, prayer suggestions and support for families.

If you are unable to attend Mass, here is a link to weekly recorded Mass suggested by Father Martin.

Below are Mass Readings for this week along with an activity for children.