Archdiocese of Liverpool

Archbishop Malcolm Patrick McMahon

The Most Rev Malcolm Patrick McMahon OP was born and brought up in London, the second of three brothers. When he left school, he studied mechanical engineering at the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology. He then worked in the transport industry before joining the Order of Preachers (Dominicans) in 1976.

He made his religious profession in 1977, and studied philosophy at Blackfriars, Oxford and theology at Heythrop College, London. He was ordained to the priesthood by Cardinal Basil Hume on 26th June 1982.

He lived in Holy Cross Priory, Leicester between 1984 and 1985, during which time he served as Catholic Chaplain to Leicester Polytechnic (now De Montfort University), before moving to St Dominic’s, Haverstock Hill, in north London. He later served as Parish Priest of St Dominic’s, Newcastle-upon-Tyne before returning to St Dominic’s, Haverstock Hill as parish priest. In 1992, he was elected Prior Provincial of the English Province of the Order of Preachers; having served for two terms as Prior Provincial, in 2000 he was elected Prior of Blackfriars, Oxford.

On 7th November 2000, Pope John Paul II appointed him ninth Bishop of Nottingham, and he was ordained to the episcopate by Bishop James McGuinness in St Barnabas’ Cathedral, Nottingham on 8th December 2000.

It was announced that Archbishop-Elect McMahon had been appointed ninth Archbishop of Liverpool on Friday 21st March 2014. He was installed as Archbishop on Thursday 1st May 2014, the Feast of St Joseph the Worker.

Archbishop McMahon is Chair of the Bishops’ Conference Department of Education and Formation, the Catholic Education Service (CES) and the Catholic Trust for England and Wales (CATEW). He is also National President of Pax Christi, the International Catholic Movement for Peace.

UCM Diocesan Officers

Archdiocesan President. Maureen Finnegan
Archdiocesan Secretary. Cath Lydon
Archdiocesan Treasurer. Sue Bickerstaffe

Foundations in the Archdiocese of Liverpool

Anfield

Meetings held Tuesday eve, weekly after 7.30pm Mass

Aintree

Meetings held Wednesday, weekly

Crosby

Meetings held 3 Friday afternoons, 4th Friday go out for lunch

Formby

Meetings held 1st Tuesday after 12 noon Mass, 3rd Tuesday 2pm

Formby

Meetings held 2nd Wednesday of month

Knotty Ash

Meetings held Wednesday evening, weekly

Litherland

Meetings held Monday in Church Hall 8pm

Liverpool

Meetings held Monday pm fortnightly

Liverpool

Meetings held 3rd Tuesday each month

Liverpool

Meetings held Tuesday, weekly

Lydiate

Meetings held Wednesday every other week

Maghull

Meetings held Mondays fortnightly

Netherton

Meetings held Wednesday fortnightly

Ormskirk

Meetings held 2nd & 4th Wednesdays

Sefton Park

Meetings held Thursday weekly

Skelmersdale

Meetings held 3rd Tuesday each month

Warrington

Meetings held Thursday evening, fortnightly

Waterloo

Meetings held Wednesday weekly

Waterloo

Meetings held Tuesday, 8pm fortnightly

Wavertree

Meetings held Friday, weekly 1-00 to 3-00 pm

West Derby

Meetings held 1st and 3rd Wednesday evenings

Widnes

Meetings held Thursday 7.30pm fortnightly

Wigan

Meetings held Tuesday

Woolton

Meetings held 2nd & 4th Wednesday