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There is a special pastoral letter from the Archbishop this weekend. It is being read at all the Masses and you can also watch a video or print out the text by clicking the link here. The parish bulletin is also ready and can be downloaded from the Home page.
The image of Blessed Carlo has been placed in Church ready to be Blessed by Archbishop Bernard at the end of the 10.15 am Mass tomorrow. Identical images will be blessed in St Michael's and St Bernadette's. The timetable for our Feast Day is as follows:
• 10.15 am The Archbishop will celebrate Mass at SS Peter & Paul. This will be live-streamed. The Mass will conclude with the proclamation of the new parish and blessing of an image of Blessed Carlo for that church. This will be followed with veneration of the relic of Blessed Carlo.
• 12.30 pm The Archbishop then travels to St Michael’s to join those who have been at the 11.30am Mass for a blessing of an image of Blessed Carlo for that church. This will be followed with veneration of the relic of Blessed Carlo. (This will be followed by refreshments.)
• 3.00 pm Archbishop then travels to St Bernadette’s for a service of blessing of an image of Blessed Carlo for that church. This will be followed with veneration of the relic of Blessed Carlo. (This will be followed by refreshments.)
Full details of our celebrations can be found on the parish bulletin which can be downloaded from the Home Page.
This week's bulletin is now ready to download from the home page. You will find all the details for the Novena of celebrations we are holding for our first Parish Feast Day of Blessed Carlo Acutis. Everyone will be given prayer cards this weekend with this image of Blessed Carlo on the front and our new parish prayer on the back.
THE PARISH OF BLESSED CARLO ACUTIS WOLVERHAMPTON
Founded 15th December 2020
O God, our Father, thank you for giving us Carlo,
a model of life for young people,
and a message of love for all.
His love for your Son, Jesus, in the Eucharist,
was his source of strength and his ‘highway to heaven’.
You gave him Mary, as beloved Mother,
and through the Rosary
he sang the praises of her tenderness.
Help us to imitate him by confirming our faith,
nurturing our hope
and strengthening our charity.
Accept his prayer for us.
Look above all upon the poor,
whom he loved and assisted
and through his intercession, may our parish become
a vibrant community of missionary disciples,
dedicated to the fruitful building of your Kingdom.
We ask this through Christ our Lord,
This week's bulletin is ready to download from the home page.
At St Michael's you will have seen that the builders have arrived to restore the Lady chapel into the main body of the church. Click below to see the architect's plan.
Above is a reconstruction of how Caesaria Philippi would have looked when Jesus visited it in today's Gospel. It was the source of the river Jordan and the temple complex was dedicated to the pagan god Pan. It is here that Jesus asks the disciples "who do you say I am?"
Just a quick reminder that you now find the bulletin on the home page of the website.
LifeFest 21 took place today from 10:00 until 13:00 inside the Emmanuel Centre in Westminster. The event included testimonies, live Q&As, and workshops from leading pro-life speakers as well as short films, music, and much more.
The march itself began from behind The Emmanuel Centre at 13:30 and finished in Parliament Square, where there was a stage set up for public speeches and testimonies. Please keep the pro-life movement, which is across faiths and none, in your prayers.
This week's Bulletin is now ready on the home page.
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