In their 20th anniversary your, CJM Music will take their Advent concert out to venues in three new areas – Liverpool, Wolverhampton and Sutton Coldfield.
The first of concert was held in Birmingham in 1996, and the mission is the same two decades on – to move and inspire us with the longing and expectation of Advent, and the joy of the incarnation.
WHEN AND WHERE:
Sat 3 Dec, 7:00pm // LIVERPOOL
St Francis Xaviers Catholic Church
Fri 9 Dec, 8:00pm // SUTTON COLDFIELD
Holy Cross & St Francis Catholic Church, Walmley
Sat 10 Dec, 7:30pm // WOLVERHAMPTON
Ss Peter & Paul’s Catholic Church
We’ve updated our round-up of the best resources we’ve found, and will keep adding to it as more are published, but if you’ve found something reat we’ve not mentioned, or would like to share your own resources, let us know!
To see all of our Advent Resources, do head to our Advent/Christmas resource page here.
The long-awaited digital songbook for How Can We Keep From Singing? Volume 3 is due for release on Friday 2nd September, containing printable sheet music, lyric and chord sheets for the collection of songs previously released in audio CD.
And there’s more great news! If you pre-order the CD-ROM before the release date, CJM Music is giving a massive 20% discount on the usual cost.
Zgubiłem moja grupę!
You pause for a moment to take in the amazing atmosphere of World Youth Day – and when you look round, your friends have moved on into the swirling crowds …
Not long now, but before you set off, check this list of top tips from the British Embassy in Poland.
Top Tips for Trouble-Free Travel to World Youth Day 2016
Pope in Poland, a dedicated web portal giving all the latest news and information on World Youth Day 2016, has been launched by the Polish Press Agency and the Catholic News Agency.
Left it late but still yearning to go to Krakow? Last-minute registration is open until 22nd July.
Click this link to access registration services
With 14 days to go to the start of the main WYD event, pilgrims are already gathering in Poland.
The first participants to arrive for the July 26-31 World Youth Day in Krakow, south Poland is a group of 29 young people from Gabon in central Africa.
Now is the time to make absolutely sure whether anyone in your group needs a visa, because the deadline for processing them is 30th June. In particular, the Polish Consulate has clarified that anyone holding refugee status in the UK, WILL need a visa, even though their papers may state otherwise.
Go to our WYD2016 page to find out who needs a visa, and how to get one in time.
Hoping for some Taizé prayer during World Youth Day? Then we have great news for you, because the the Brothers of the Taizé Community will be at St Szczepan’s Church, Kraków, leading several prayer services each day from 25th – 29th July.