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Following on the decision of OLK Parish Council to undertake the process of achieving the Cafod the programme was introduced at all Masses on the First Sunday of Lent (March 4-5th).
A Questionnaire was distributed to parishioners present in any of our three churches on those occasions, and via our two Primary Schools.
The theme was 'Seeing all the beauty God has given us' and the youngsters were helped to make: 'binoculars' to see things at a distance; large 'rainbow' displays created with many shades of paint; colourful mirrors to see themselves; and flowers from cake cups to give to their mothers (it being Mothering Sunday).
There was also a safe 'play corner' for the very little ones, and a 'feely box' for those with courage enough to put their hands in and guess what the hidden items were!
Holy Name Scouts joined over 4,000 other scouts and guides at a weekend camp at Bramham Park and enjoyed the carnival atmosphere.
Pictured (l to r) are Simon Brown, Daniel Greenwood and Joseph O'Sullivan after receiving acknowledgement of a decade of Altar Serving at the Church of the Holy Name of Jesus and elsewhere in the Parish of Our Lady of Kirkstall.
This annual event for OLK Readers/Ministers of the Eucharist, to which all Parishioners were invited took place on Sat March 4th in Holy Name Church Hall. Fr David is a member of the Passionist Congregation, with many years of experience as a Retreat Director.
A Group Questionnaire will also be provided to each active Pastoral Group within the Parish community.
At Church Parade the uniformed groups helped Fr Pat to explain the messages behind the Live Simply campaign.
At Mass we praised God for all of Creation and especially for the gift of each other.
St Mary's Ladies Group conducted a book swap at their monthly meeting on 8th March having brought approximately 70 books on the evening by the 15 members present.
The photograph shows only about half the books with some of the members.