PARISH MISSION STATEMENT
“The Parish of St Charles and St Thomas More, illuminated by the Light of Christ and led by the Holy Spirit, seeks to bring that light to South Liverpool by always striving to be a loving and welcoming community where all people are included and valued, and strangers are treated as friends. Fed and nurtured by scripture, prayer and the Sacraments, we journey together to come closer to God so that we can proclaim His love in our thoughts, words and deeds.”
The Catholic Parish of St. Charles and St. Thomas More is a large, lively and welcoming community serving Christ’s Church in and surrounding Aigburth, Liverpool, England. It is part of the St. John Almond deanery, together with Our Lady of Mount Carmel and St. Patrick, Toxteth, St Anne and St. Bernard, Edge Hill, St. Anthony of Padua, Mossley Hill, St. Claire and St. Hugh, Sefton Park, and St. Wilfrid’s, Garston. Our wider Catholic family is the Archdiocese of Liverpool, with the Most Rev. Malcolm Mc Mahon serving as the current Archbishop.
Our Parish Priest, Fr. Ron Johnson, has been with us since 2019, and together with Reverends Paul Mc Nicholl and Jeremy Mitchinson, our permanent deacons, works collaboratively within our Christian community. We hope that this website will bring together all who attend our Church and be of help to the many visitors whom we warmly welcome and invite to share in the joyful life of our parish.
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The notice is also available in full under the Parish section of this website
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Please welcome Fr. Ron Johnson as our new Parish Priest and Vocations Director. Change is something we tend to fear..the good news is that if we trust in God and allow change to grow we become more like Jesus Christ. Therefore please keep Fr. Ron in your prayers as he starts his ministry with us.
This August addition of the Catholic Pic features St. Charles and St Thomas More parish during the ordination of Fr. Thomas Clarke p 4-6 (issue 179) Free copies can be found at the back of Church please take one. A copy of the article is included here please click for more information
Today we were privileged to celebrate the ordination of Fr. Thomas Clarke his first Mass is tomorrow at 11:30 am please join us Please keep Fr. Thomas Clarke in your prayers 🙏🏻