Mass times are as follows:-
St. Hubert’s Dunsop Bridge. Saturday 12 noon.
St Michael & St John’s Clitheroe. Saturday 5pm., Sunday 9.30am.
St. Mary’s Sabden. Sunday 11am.
Mass during the week:
10am Monday – Friday in Clitheroe.
Wednesday 7pm Sabden
Saturday 12 noon in Dunsop Bridge.
St. Michael and St. John’s open for Private Prayer Saturday 11 – 12
PLEASE REMEMBER –
Face-coverings are now mandatory whenever you come into church. (unless you are exempt for whatever reason)
Feasts this week:
Tuesday The Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Thursday St. Ambrose Barlow.
Baptisms can again be celebrated in church. To arrange your babies baptism please contact Fr. Paul.
Funerals can now be celebrated in church, but again adhering to certain conditions which includes no more than 30 people in the church.
Weddings can once again take place, again no more than 30 are able to come into church and other conditions need to be adhered to as well.
Our young parishioners returned to school these past few days, though in very challenging circumstances, not least the fact that many of them have not been in school for many months! Let us keep in prayer our schools— pupils, teachers, staff and parents—that they may be safe and happy as a new year begins.
So much hard work has gone into creating a safe learning environment for our children.
First Holy Communions
should have been celebrated in our parish in June, but could not be due to restrictions caused by the pandemic. Those children who took part in our Parish Programme are now able to receive their First Holy Communion, but obviously not in the way that we had previously planned.
We will not be able to have all the children at one celebration, and numbers coming along with any of our children will have to be limited, but it is good that our children can now receive Our Lord for the first time in Holy Communion.
We will hopefully have more information next weekend as to how we can move forward.
Lately Dead: We keep in our prayer
While it is so good that we are able to come into church again and celebrate Sunday Mass in our parish, please remember that there is still no obligation to attend Sunday Mass during this time of pandemic.
Thank you again to all our stewards, through their generosity we are able to come into church.
Take care and keep safe.
God Bless you and your families. Fr. Paul