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Today is Ash Wednesday, the start of Lent.
All welcome at Masses taking place at churches across the Archdiocese.
We join with Pope Francis to make today a day of fasting and praying for peace in Ukraine.
Prayer and Action needed!
We have received a request to support Aid to the Church in Need UK in supporting our Faith Family in Ukraine.
So alongside our reaching out in compassion with our prayers there will be collection baskets at the back of each church during the coming weeks.
You can also donate online via our Dona machines and website.
Go to www.stnewmancluster.org and click on the Ukraine Button
ACN charity is set to despatch €1 million in immediate emergency aid as Ukraine descends into a state of war.
With project partners reporting a deepening catastrophe, Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) has rushed through plans to send €1 million (more than £830,000) to help the Church in Ukraine as it ministers to a country invaded by Russian troops.
Bishop Pavlo Honcharuk of Kharkiv, one of the dioceses in eastern Ukraine that ACN is supporting with emergency help, said: “The situation is getting worse every day. We live now from hour to hour.
“Prices are rising, especially for essential goods. The situation in the diocese is very difficult.
“The number of faithful has decreased and those remaining, unfortunately, cannot maintain the parishes or support the priests. They come themselves and ask for help from the priests and sisters.”
The emergency aid will meet the essential needs – including heating, lighting, water and food – of the diocese’s 57 priests as well as the 54 members of religious communities, enabling them to continue their vital ministry to those struggling to make ends meet.
ACN will be providing these essentials for the four Greek-Catholic exarchates and the two Roman-Catholic dioceses covering the eastern regions of Kharkiv, Zaporizhya, Donetsk, Odesa and Krym.
Bishop Honcharuk added: “People need consolation, strength and support. The immediate emergency grant by ACN, in addition to its current support, will strengthen the Catholic Church in Ukraine in its commitment to stay on the ground and keep serving its flock in the face of military and economic war.”
As part of the emergency package, the charity has also committed to ensuring 6,229 priests and members of religious congregations across the country receive subsistence aid to help them carry on their pastoral work.
Dr Thomas Heine-Geldern, international executive president of ACN, stressed the charity’s support for, and solidarity with, its project partners at this crucial moment.
He said: “ACN has supported the Church in Ukraine during the past and it will not abandon her at this very critical and difficult time.
“Especially now, ACN has to ensure the presence of priests and religious sisters and brothers with their people, in the parishes, with the refugees, in the orphanages and homes for single mothers and for the elderly who will face the challenge of surviving in a climate of spiralling costs as a result of the war.”
Dr Heine-Geldern concluded: “We wish to assure our prayers for the people of Ukraine that, through the intercession of Our Lady of Peace, they may be spared the pain of further violence and loss of life.”
Be great to see as many as possible!
Praying for our Welsh Parishioners today and all under the patronage of St. David whose Feast Day it is.
Happy St. David’s Day!
Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Hapus!
The earliest life of St David dates from five centuries after his death, probably in 589. He became eminent as abbot and bishop at the site now known as St David’s, but formerly Mynyw, from which the present diocese of Menevia is named. He is credited with a monastic rule based on the example of the Eastern Fathers, and also with a Penitentiary. He was invited to preside at the synod of Llandewibrefi. Monks trained at his monastery evangelized South Wales and made foundations in Cornwall, Brittany and Ireland. St David is said to have sent a Mass rite to Ireland. At his death his contemporary St Kentigern, founder of St Asaph’s in North Wales, witnessed in vision his joyful entrance into the joy of his Lord. His holy relics have been found hidden in the fabric of St David’s Cathedral, where they are carefully preserved. He was canonized by Pope Callistus II in 1123.
Join us for Mass at 10am as we seek his r prayers for our world 🌍🌈🇺🇦
Child Bereavement UK welcomes parents and family members to join their online webinar to help support a child or young person when someone important to them has died.
The 28 Feb session will discuss how children and young people grieve, children’s needs at different ages, what helps them to process the loss and signposting to information support.
To book your place visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bereavement-awareness-support-for-parents-and-carers-registration-222006506437?aff=ebdssbonlinesearch
#wolvesiass #sendsupport #disabilityinclusion #childbereavementuk #supportingloss #virtualevent
🏆Great Big Dance Off Regional Champions 🏆
We've done it again!!
A massive congratulations the dance team for winning the @tgbdo regional heat for the West Midlands. 15 schools competed in the KS4/5 category. The girls have done OLSC proud and a big thank you to Tyla and Bella for choreographing!!
Amazing achievement 💙💛🏆
City Dodgeball Runners Up 🥈
The year 8 girls team competed tonight and won all games in the groups. Unfortunately we just lost it in the final.
They girls all played brilliantly and represented the Academy in an outstanding manner
Tonight's results ⚽️⚽️⚽️
Year 7/8 and 9/10 City Football Champions
Both teams won all games played tonight.
Well Done all 🏆⚽️🏆⚽️💙💛
Gaelic Football- free sessions!
We NEED your help! We are looking for companies to sponsor our new football and sports kit. If you know anyone who could help, please contact the school office 😊
Mrs Staves led the first THRIVE! session today as part #ChildrensMentalHealthWeek
Thrive aims to develop positive relationships with children and young people to support their wellbeing. Today, students took time out of timetabled lessons to walk and talk. The start of another support system for our students
The year 10 Btec sport students will receive flash cards (as pictured below). These will help in preparation for their upcoming exam in May.
It would be fantastic if parents could get involved and ask their child a few questions each night to help them prepare
The year 10 girls competed in the City Dodgeball tournament at Highfields on Thursday. They played against SWBA, Khalsa, St Edmunds, Highfields and Moseley Park in the groups stages and won the group.
In the semi finals we were drawn against Moreton and won 3-0 which meant we were in the finals against Highfields.
Very close game but the girls pulled out some amazing catches and won the final 2-1.
Great effort and are they are now the CITY CHAMPIONS 🏐🏆🥇
Today marks the start of Place2Be's #ChildrensMentalHealthWeek. Read and explore The Rustle of Leaves to help your child understand anxiety and ways to manage their fears. https://wordsforlife.org.uk/activities/the-rustle-of-leaves-read-and-explore/
5 ways to grow with your child Judah Racham, Programme Leader for Family Work, Place2Be This year’s Children’s Mental Health Week theme is Growing Together, and as parents and
The year 8 boys football team played against Coppice on Wednesday.
COPPICE 1-4 OLSC
Well done team 💛💙⚽️
More wellbeing activities today...
Boxing with Mr Senese and colouring in club with Miss Jones and Mrs Williams 💛💙
This week's Active Mind sessions.
Students participated in yoga, boxing, lego and finished with some visualisation 💙💛
Our weekly visit to @HugglePetsCIC @Hugglepets to support #ChildrensMentalHealth
Today we worked with Indi and Millie amongst many other animals throughout the day🐀🦎🪱🐠🐇🐕🦺
A number of students have approached us this week to sign up to Huggle Pets. There is a waiting list but we will support you all 💙💛
#confidence #resilience #lowmood #anxiety
We are through to the next round of U dance West Midlands and are one of 4 youth groups to be considered for nationals. AMAZING again from our dancers 💙💛
Did you know you can start a career at Google as an apprentice!?😀🙈
Winner of the 'Advanced Apprenticeship of the year Award', Jess Liddy, will be joining us at the UCAS/Discovery Apprenticeship Fair to talk about her journey as a Google Apprentice.
Tap the link in the comments to sign up and find out what else we have going on during the Apprenticeship Fair 👀
#ChirldrensMentalHealthWeek starts on Monday. We have many activities planned throughout the week.
Get involved 💙💛
Children’s Mental Health Week 2022 The next Children’s Mental Health Week is taking place on 7-13 February 2022. This year's theme is Growing Together.
As parents and carers, you play an important role in your child’s mental health.
Ahead of next week’s #ChildrensMentalHealthWeek, why not check out our range of free resources for families (including top tips, celebrity Growth Stories and activity ideas) 👉 https://bit.ly/3bG2Ab4
City of Wolverhampton Council is providing support during the February half term to help families in need. Access to free food is available for school-aged children who currently receive benefits related free school meals. Please apply here 👉https://orlo.uk/2LAEV
🗳️Young people aged 11 to 18 across Wolverhampton are being encouraged to vote in 2 of the most important youth campaigns for 2022. The annual Make your Mark ballot, (the largest UK Youth Consultation) and Youth MP elections are now running in secondary schools to give young people the opportunity to have their say on what matters to them whilst also electing the person they want to represent them locally. The Youth MP campaign has been incredibly successful with 30 young people putting their names forward to stand as Youth MP in Wolverhampton. Read more 👉https://orlo.uk/eJINy
With #SaferInternetDay fast approaching, this week on An Educator's Insight, hear from Ruth Alsop (Computing Lead) at Burnopfield School! 🤩👇
"We've put together an assembly for #SaferInternetDay, and will have a competition in the school for children to present what they have learnt throughout the day."
Listen now on Spotify >> https://hubs.ly/Q013rRMT0
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