Your help and donations are urgently required. To ensure the success of the fayre we need a great deal of help and support from you, the parishioners. We need good quality items for the various stalls and help in manning stalls, but also, crucially, your attendance on the day. So please make every effort to come along and bring family and friends with you.
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"Listening with the Heart" Clifton Diocese Synodal Response
This year’s Annual Pilgrimage to Glastonbury takes place on Sunday 10 July.
The Pilgrimage theme is ‘Mary, Queen of Peace’ and will have four main focal points:
*St Mary’s Church will be a Chapel of Exposition and Silent Adoration until 3pm.
*Immediately opposite the Church, just inside the Abbey Gate, you will find two tented Chapels: one for the Sacrament of
Reconciliation and one for private Healing Prayer.
*The traditional Pilgrimage Procession will start in the Abbey grounds at 2.15pm
*and the Pilgrimage Mass will be celebrated in the Abbey Grounds, as usual, at 3.30pm.
More information can be found on the information sheet.
Bishop Declan invites every parish to an evening liturgy at the Cathedral on June 22nd at 7pm when he will also present Clifton’s Synod report to each parish. It is hoped that at least two people including the Parish Priest will be present to receive the report. However, there are no restrictions on numbers so everyone is encouraged to attend. So that they can facilitate the event please book onto the event via this link (Eventbrite): https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/evening-liturgy-synod-tickets-327123734897
Bishop Declan is celebrating Mass in the Cathedral on Saturday 2 July (12 noon) and is inviting all married couples to join him. Personal invitations will be sent to those couples who are celebrating significant anniversaries during 2022 or those who will marry during this year. If you are planning to get married this year or are celebrating 25th, 40th, 50th, 60th, 65th, or 70th anniversaries during 2022, please email the parish office your contact details or email details directly to the to Adult Education Department so that personal invitations can be sent to you from the bishop.