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  • Mass Time Change

At the request of the parish council, mass times on Mon & Wed have now changed to 9:15 (previously 9am)

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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  •  Sharoe Bay Court

    This evening our young people from the Seekers youth group paid a visit to Sharoe Bay Court.

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    • Seekers
    • Young People
  •   Advent Service

    Yet again, the boys & girls from our primary school led the way with an Advent Service at the beginning of this holy season.

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    • St Clare's School
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    On the First Sunday of Advent, our boys & girls who had been preparing since September, made their First Confessions.

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    • Confession
  • Messy Church

    Saturday afternoon in the Parish Hall was turned into an arts & crafts occasion for the Messy Church which was preparing for the Season of Advent and Christmas.

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    • Messy Church
  • Youth Sunday

    On Sunday 20 November, our parish along with the universal Church, celebrated the feast of Christ the King, on this day the Church invites young people to be at the

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    • Young People
  • Reconcilliation Mass

    In the cycle of each year we arrive at similar moments, but these moments are always different because the children are different. And so it was that the boys and

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    • Confession
    • Young People
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“Love Him totally, who gave Himself totally for your love"

St Clare of Assisi