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 Please visit the parish Youtube channel for live and recorded services during the pandemic.

https://www.youtube.com/user/StClaresChurch/

Parish Information Concerning the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic

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During the new national lockdown (January 2021) the church remains open for public Masses and for private prayer, according to the usual timetable. You can find the latest times and details on the current parish newsletter by clicking here: https://www.saintclares.co.uk/index.php/news/parish-newsletter/category/25-parish-newsletters-2021

 

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The Mass is also streamed live from St Clare's every day at 9:30am on our YouTube channel (to access this, use the link at the top of the page or click the YouTube logo below).

The information on this page will be regularly updated.

 

Parish Timetable:

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Please see the parish newsletter for a full timetable for this week.
 

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Mass is livestreamed from St Clare's every morning at 9:30am.

https://www.youtube.com/user/StClaresChurch/

Latest Streamed Events

Holy Mass and Rosary - Monday 17th May 2021
Holy Mass and Rosary - Monday 17th May 2021

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Holy Mass and Rosary - Monday 17th May 2021

Sunday Mass - Seventh Sunday of Easter 16th May 2021

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Sunday Mass - Seventh Sunday of Easter 16th May 2021

Holy Mass - Saturday 15th May 2021

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Holy Mass - Saturday 15th May 2021

Holy Mass and Rosary - St Matthias 14th May 2021

00:54:35
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Holy Mass and Rosary - St Matthias 14th May 2021

Holy Mass - The Ascension of the Lord 13th May 2021

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Views: 1200
Holy Mass - The Ascension of the Lord 13th May 2021


 

 

Questions and Answers

Here you will find some answers to common questions...

 

  • I am self-isolating. How can I stay in touch with the Church?

    We are livestreaming Mass from St Clare's every day at 9:30am, and will also publish homilies, reflections and prayer resources on this page. Pastoral support is being offered over the phone. Information about confession and the anointing of the sick is given below. You can also use our social media platforms - Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (all @StClareFulwood) to keep in touch. We are committed to keeping the community close together, even when we cannot be physically with one another.

  • I am self-isolating and struggling to cope. Can the parish help me?

    Yes. Fr Andrew and a team of parishioners are available to offer support and practical help. Please don't hesitate - contact us to discuss your situation and we'll do what we can to support you. Use the contact form below or call 01772 719604. Offers of help from parishioners are also welcome. Please also contact us if you could join our team of those offering support to those in need.

  • Can I still go to confession?

    Yes. Confessions are normally scheduled for Saturday mornings, 11am-12noon, and can also be made by appointment. Safety measures are in place.

  • Can I receive the anointing of the sick?

    In most circumstances this is possible - please use the contact form below or call 01772 719604 to arrange it. For anyone in hospital, please speak to staff on the ward, who will advise you, and should be able to arrange for a priest to visit.

  • My relative is in hospital. Can they see a priest?

    Yes, this is usually no problem. Speak to the staff who are looking after your relative; they will explain the situation, and should be able to arrange for a priest to visit.

  • Can I still request that a Mass be offered for my intentions?

    Yes. Contact us using the form below or call 01772 719604. Any Masses which have already been requested will be offered as planned, unless you request otherwise.

  • Is it still possible to have a funeral at St Clare's?

    Funerals can take place in church, but with a number of restrictions in place. Contact your Funeral Director to discuss your situation, and they will liaise with the church.


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