As we feel our way back to a return to normal activities after the Covid-19 pandemic, we are invited this weekend to take part in the parish Weld Day celebrations, for the first time in 3 years.

Live Simply Thought for the Week...

According to the World Bank reports, over 1.9billion people, or 26.2 percent of the world’s population, were living on less than  $3.20 per day in 2015.  Close to 46 percent of the world’s population was living on less than $5.50 a day. Mindful attention to one’s consumer habits can make us feel more connected to those living in poverty.  If we consume only what we need and consistently show gratitude for the things we have, only then can we start to empathize with those living in poverty.



Pope Francis - "Fratelli Tutti" - On Fraternity and Social Friendship

Essential reading for Catholics...

"Anyone who thinks that the only lesson to be learned [from the coronavirus pandemic and the way we have responded to it] was the need to improve what we were already doing, or to refine existing systems and regulations, is denying reality."

Summary here:

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Pastoral Letter from Bishop John for the 1st Sunday of Advent - W/E 27-28 November 2021


Today's Mass Readings




Caring for Our Common Home, At Home

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This Week's Masses and Services

Masses this weekend

12noon (Saturday) Dunsop Bridge

5pm (Saturday) Clitheroe

10.30am Weld Day Mass in the garden behind the Presbytery (weather permitting), otherwise in church, followed by  a Parish Picnic in the garden or if wet in the Assembly Hall.

No Mass in Sabden today

buy Lyrica in ireland Monday       Mass 10am Clitheroe Tuesday       Mass 10am Clitheroe
Wednesday Mass 10am Clitheroe Thursday     Mass 10am Clitheroe
Friday           Mass at 10am Clitheroe
Confessions in Clitheroe 10am—10.45am and 4.15—4.45pm

Online Mass and Services

Streaming Masses and other Services: click here...

Parish Newsletter

The Pope Video - June 2022

Hope in the Future

buy accutane online 30mg Hope in the Future is Bishop John’s invitation to every Parish in the Salford Diocese to recognise, celebrate and develop their missionary identity and their call to evangelise.
 Our Parish has responded to this invitation by embracing the programme.
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Stage 3 - Pastoral Message and Worksheet 3: Meeting Jesus in our Offering - click to download

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