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  • 7 September 2018 - 10 September 2018
    Adoremus – National Eucharistic Congress

    Adoremus –National Eucharistic Congress

    The largest gathering of Catholics in England since the 2010 papalvisit takes place in Liverpool this September. We unite in worship of Our Lordtruly present in the Blessed Sacrament, with the aim of promoting EucharisticAdoration, where so many people have experienced the love and presence ofJesus.

    You are invited to Liverpool on Saturday, 8 and/or Sunday,9 September. Saturday, in the Echo Arena, is the highlight of the Congress.Bishop Robert Barron, known to millions on social Media, will address theCongress; Cardinal Nichols will give a reflection and lead us in Adoration andBenediction. (There is a fee of £40 for the Saturday to cover the costs of theCongress.) On the Sunday there are Masses in the Metropolitan Cathedral and alarge outdoor Blessed Sacrament procession. Many other events and a YouthCongress will supplement the official programme.

    You may wish to stay in Liverpool overnight. Although it will be along day, the Saturday programme is planned to permit people to travel for theday. While coaches are cheaper, trains are much quicker – cheaper train tickets(subject to availability) go on sale 12 weeks before travel. For a bookingform, please contact or 07738 183829. Tickets are availablethrough the Diocese until 31 May.  

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  • 8 September 2018
    Adoremus Eucharistic Congress: London Events
    Time:7:00am - 5:30pm
    Venue:Corpus Christi, Maiden Lane in Covent Garden

    The Diocesan Shrine of the Blessed Sacrament located at Corpus Christi, Maiden Lane in Covent Garden, will be holding a day of Adoration, Mass and Holy Hour on Saturday 8th September for those who would like to take part in the Adoremus Eucharistic Congress, but are unable to travel to Liverpool. 

    The Blessed Sacrament will be exposed at 7am and will remain so until Solemn Benediction at 5:30pm. At 12 noon, there will be a Solemn Sung Mass of the Nativity of Our Lady celebrated by Dom Hugh Somerville-Knapman, OSB. 

    At 4:30pm there will be a conducted Holy Hour, based upon the writings of Msgr. Ronald Knox, who preached at Maiden Lane for 26 years, followed by the Vigil Mass of Sunday at 6pm. 

    All most welcome. 

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