Bonus Ball won by No.8 Jane Luxton
Refreshments & Children's Liturgy have recommenced after the summer break
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.
"A volunteer is a person who believes that people can make a difference - and is willing to prove it" - anonymous
First Holy Communion 2020
If you would like your child/children to receive First Holy Communion next year please speak to Fr. Pawel to discuss the collection and return of the application pack. The minimum age for children is 8 yrs. (i.e. Primary School Year 3). If you need to contact us to arrange an appointment please call 01902 421676.
All applications must be completed and returned by Sunday 20th October.
The first meeting (for both Parents and Children) will take place in our Parish Hall on Monday 21st October at 6.00pm.
RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF ADULTS (RCIA)
“RCIA” is the normal way in which adults are Baptised, Confirmed or received into the full communion of the Catholic Church. Following a lengthy period of preparation, it is usual that an individual is Baptised/received into the Catholic Church and receives the Sacraments of Confirmation all at Easter.
Any adults seeking to become Catholics or be Confirmed next Easter should see Fr. Pawel at the earliest possible opportunity. Similarly, children who have passed their 7th birthday who are seeking Baptism/reception into the Catholic Church follow a modified form of the RCIA program and
should speak with Fr. Pawel as soon as possible.
The course for adults will begin on Monday 21st October at 7.30 pm in our Parish Hall
Our Biennial Flower Festival was held over the weekend of 13-15 September.
The theme was “New Beginnings”. Thank you to everyone who helped with the festival.
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: email@example.com
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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