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  • Mass Time Changes

Please note that Mass in the hosptial is now on Monday only as the Friday Mass has been cancelled. From Feb 6th, Mass on Thursdays will be changed to 09:15.

Welcome to St Clare's Catholic Parish in Fulwood, Preston.

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Our Church is placed under the patronage of St. Clare, who in her spiritual life was closely associated with St. Francis of Assisi, the founder of the great order of Friars Minor that bears his name, known as the Franciscans.

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  • IMG 4264

    This evening parishioners came together for the parish race night, a chance to enjoy each other's company and have a flutter on some horse races, all with the aim of

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  • IMG 4242

    Last Saturday young children and their families came over to the parish hall for 'Messy Church', a great way of helping some of the youngest members of our parish to

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  • stjoseph

    Today is the Feast of St Joseph, the spouse of Our Lady and the Guardian of the Universal Church. It gives us a little break from our Lenten observance - you

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  • flame group

    This weekend a group of young people from St Clare's are in London to take part in Flame, a national gathering of 10,000 young British Catholics taking place at Wembley

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    • Young People
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    On Saturday afternoon a group of us travelled to the cathedral for the annual Rite of Election.

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  • Lent

    WHAT DOES ‘LENT’ MEAN?

    Our word ‘Lent’ is taken from the Anglo-Saxon and means ‘Spring’ or ‘Lengthening.’ Lent is that time of year when the days lengthen. The season begins

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    • Lent
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“Love Him totally, who gave Himself totally for your love"

St Clare of Assisi