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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    This weekend - all weekend! - we are celebrating the feast of our parish patron, St Clare.

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    The parish is making a novena to our patroness, St Clare, in preparation for her feast day. Over nine days, 3rd-11th August, we will pray for various intentions, invoking St

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  • SAM 7317

    The annual 40 Hours adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - one of the high points of parish life - is underway at St Clare's.

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    A lot of people took advantage of the current heatwave to enjoy the parish and school summer fair today.

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    The parish is very blessed to be so close to the ancient shrine of Ladyewell, a place of devotion to Our Lady for many centuries.

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    Members of the NeoCatechumenal Way at St Clare's travelled to Rome earlier this month to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Way.

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Fr Andrew Allman

Parish Priest


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

St Clare of Assisi