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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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  • 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, and hopefully a

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    • Lent
  • SAM 5352

    Ash Wednesday (14th February) marks the beginning of the holy season of Lent.

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    • Lent
    • Prayer
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  • Bishop elect

    The Holy Father has appointed Canon Paul Swarbrick as the next Bishop of Lancaster.

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    • Bishop
  • IMG 0241

    The start of a new month saw the start of a new chapter in the life of St Clare's, as we opened our new narthex.

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    • Narthex
    • Parish News
    • Prayer
  • SAM 6841

    We're nearly there - these doors between the church and the new narthex will be open to the parish and the wider public for the first time on Thursday evening.

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    • Narthex
    • Parish News
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    We are celebrating the Epiphany of the Lord: the visit of the wise men, the first gentiles to meet Our Lord.

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    • Christmas
    • Parish News
    • Prayer
    • Spiritual
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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