Bonus Ball No:18 Betty Miller
Since 1855, SS. Mary and John's Church has served as a witness to the Catholic Faith in the heart of the City of Wolverhampton. As a Parish with such a rich heritage, our Community continues this witness today. Going forward, our vibrant, multicultural congregation truly reflects the Universal nature of the Catholic Church. Holy Mass is celebrated here every day by the Pauline Fathers (OSPPE), who faithfully serve our Parish. Visitors and new Parishioners are always welcome and we look forward to seeing you in our Church.
BROTHER RAFAL will celebrate the 15th Anniversary of his First Vows, and the 10th Anniversary of his Final Vows on Friday 6th March (First Friday).
As part of the celebrations on this special occasion everyone is invited into the Parish Hall for refreshments after the 12 noon Mass. On Sunday 8th March, after the 10 am Mass, there will also be refreshments in the hall for those who were unable to join Bro Rafal on Friday.
We all join in wishing Bro Rafal many more years of devoted service inWolverhampton and ask God’s blessing on Bro Rafal and his family at this joyful time.
Future dates for this year:
Ash Wednesday (Lent begins) 26th Feb
(see separate box to the right)
Easter Sunday Sun 11th Apr
First Holy Communion Sun 17th May
The Ascension of the Lord Thu 21st May
Pentecost Sunday 31st May
Corpus Christi Sunday 14th June
St Peter and St Paul Sun 28th June
The Assumption of Our Lady Sun 16th Aug
Solemnity of All Saints Sun 1st Nov
Solemnity of Christ the King 22nd Nov
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Ash Wednesday services
Masses for Ash Wednesday, with distribution of the Ashes, will be said at SS. Mary & John’s at 10.30am (attended by children from SS Mary and John’s Primary Academy) and 6.30 pm.
There will be also a Liturgy, with distribution of the Ashes, at St Teresa’s Primary Academy (Malins Road) at 1.30pm.
Pastoral Letter from Archbishop Longley for 6/7th July 2019
Click here for the Pastoral Letter regarding the canonisation of John Henry Newman and the IICSA report findings.
Location & contact details
Parish of SS. Mary & John
Tel: 01902 421676 & Fax: 01902 311622
Parish's e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
You are welcome to share with us your need for prayer which will be included in our daily prayers:
Click on the Prayer Requests page under Our Church
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