Tuesday, 24th April at 6:30pm in English Martyrs’ Church Hall
Talk by Fr Gribben on St John Houghton
Saturday, 14th April at St Walburge’s
A sequence of music from Lent to Easter
Directed by Vaughn Richardson
Tickets £8 including refreshments (available at the door)
For more information please call: 07484 100884
Sunday, 29th April 2018, Blackpool
All Catholics across the United Kingdom are urged to gather on the coastline to pray the Rosary together. As a show of unity and for a national renewal of our Christian Faith.
This is a national event, similar to those held in Poland and Ireland… It is hoped that Catholics will attend in large numbers. A coach will be travelling from St. Walburge’s if you wish to travel with us, or, you can meet us at 3pm in Blackpool.
Meet at 3:00 pm at Comedy Carpet, Blackpool.
Transport Available from St. Walburge’s at 1:30 pm returning at 4 pm. Adult £10, Children £5.
£5 Deposit required by Sunday 13th April.
For more information please contact:
Sanam Ogden on 07470 533 556
Spy Wednesday, 28th March:
Maundy Thursday, 29th March:
6pm Solemn High Mass, Procession & Adoration until Midnight
Good Friday, 30th March:
3pm Mass of the Pre-Sanctified
5-7pm Confessions (at English Martyrs’)
6pm Stations of the Cross (at English Martyrs’)
Holy Saturday, 31st March:
7pm Easter Vigil & Solemn High Mass
Easter Sunday, 1st April
10.30am Mass followed by an Easter Egg Hunt!
(Tickets available now for the Easter Raffle)
NB: All services at St Walburge’s unless otherwise stated
Tuesday 20th March at 6.30 pm at English Martyrs’
On St Edmund Campion
Stations of the Cross
Friday’s in Lent at 6pm at St Walburge’s
Friday 2nd February at 7pm at St Walburge’s
Procession and Solemn High Mass for the Feast of the Purification of Our Blessed Lady
5th May 2018
The Latin Mass Society, in conjunction with the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest, is organising a pilgrimage in honour of the Martyrs of England, which will be led by the Canons of the ICKSP.
The Church of St Thomas of Canterbury and the English Martyrs in Preston has been entrusted to the care of the ICKSP priests by the Rt Rev. Michael Campbell, Bishop of Lancaster.
This very fine church, designed by Edward Pugin, is not only dedicated to the English Martyrs, but is built on the site of the execution of several of the leaders of the Jacobite Rising of 1715.
The organisers are hoping for a large congregation. Participants are encouraged to bring banners.
Sunday February 11th at 6 pm until Tuesday 13th at 10 am
The church will be locked at night. If you are a male aged 18+, and you would like to stay in the presbytery to adore during the night (free bed & breakfast!), please email: firstname.lastname@example.org