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We would like to re - establish a Welcome Group to visit those newly registered in the parish. Please contact us for more details.

Can you spare 2 hours per week either morning afternoon or evening to become a volunteer visitor? Contact Fr Darren

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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    Today over 40 young people gathered at St Clare’s for the annual Youth Day for the feast of Christ the King.

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  • First Confession

    The Sunday 9.30am Mass saw the boys and girls on the First Confession Course being presented with the Act of Contrition.

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  • Holy Souls

    November, the month of the Holy Souls, is marked by a Service for the Holy Souls and the Bereaved on the first Sunday of the Month.

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    'Let the Priests pray over them,' is taken from the Epistle of St James where he is giving instruction to the young Church in Jerusalem about praying with those members

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  • October Youth Devotions

    As everyone knows, October is the month of the Rosary.

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    • Young People
  • First Confession

    Nearly 30 boys and girls whose parent's had registered them for the First Confession Course, enrolled in the programme on Sunday at the morning Mass.

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

St Clare of Assisi