St. Vincent de Paul
RC Church
OL12 7QL

Parish Priest :
Father James Manock.

01706 645361

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Lords Day at Home

Pastoral Letter from Bishop John - COP 26

Could you be a Volunteer for CAFOD?
See our CAFOD Page

Fair Trade stall is returning this weekend!
Volunteers needed

Rosary Leaflet including Pope Francis’s Prayers

Diocese of Salford Website with links to additional resources at this time.

Lancashire dialect poem about Alice Ingham written by Sr Maureen Maguire FMSJ read by John Welsh

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Readings and the Order of Mass

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If you wear a hearing aid, set it to T for the Induction Loop System

Need local Mass Location and Times in England & Wales?
Need a Mass Leaflet in English?
Speak to Fr. James.
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Does any of the following apply to you?
Are you New to the Parish?
Do you know someone, who is sick or in Hospital?
Would you like a visit?
Do you think the Parish may be able to help you?
Do you think you may be able to help the Parish?
If so, please speak to Fr. James

Alternatively, try our Parish Groups page for information.

Stay with us Lord JPG

     24th October 2021 30th Sunday of Ordinary Time - Year B

 Father James is celebrating and recording Sunday Mass which can be viewed by subscribing to our
YouTube Channel. Please see new website updates on our News Page

caritas-logoWHAT IS CARITAS Salford?
CARITAS was formed in 2010 from the amalgamation of Catholic Children's Rescue Society and Catholic Welfare Societies. The aim of Caritas to make a positive and unconditional difference to the physical , emotional and spiritual needs of all people experiencing social disadvantage and need.

We quote from their website.

We are the official charity of Salford diocese, which reaches from Didsbury to Clitheroe. Our vision is that the lives of all people should be free from poverty, disadvantage and discrimination. Our purpose is to help the most vulnerable children, young people and adults in our communities to transform their lives and fulfil their potential.

Caritas is made from joining up well-established charities in the Diocese, merging to bring forward the work of each. These include Catholic Children’s Rescue Society, Catholic Welfare Societies, St Joseph’s Mission to the Deaf, Catholic Family Care, Justice and Peace and Racial Justice.

Through membership rather than governance, we are linked to Caritas Social Action Network (CSAN) in England and Wales. CSAN is in turn a member of Caritas Europa which is in turn part of Caritas Internationalis a global charity that is constantly campaigning for equality and justice.

The new Beacon Newsletter is available Here.

We hope you enjoy reading about some of the work going on at Caritas to support Refugees and Asylum Seekers.

Our CARITAS representative is Briege Sivills ( ) who can be contacted for more information.