St. Vincent de Paul
RC Church
OL12 7QL

Parish Priest :
Father James Manock.

01706 645361

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osary Leaflet including Pope Francis’s Prayers
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 Sunday 14th July 2024
       15th Week Ordinary Time - Year B



The Catholic Youth Ministry Federation (CYMFed) seeks to help shape and support Catholic Youth Ministry in England & Wales.


It does this by:

    giving youth ministry a strong voice in the Church and wider society;

    working on projects, training and events together;

    developing and strengthening the direction of Catholic youth ministry.

    The CYMFed Flame Congress  2019: The biggest Catholic Youth Event in England and Wales was very well supprted again this year. It was held on 2nd March 2019, at Wembley Arena.
    The Diocesan youth team contact is Lorraine Leonard on 0161 817 2205 or 
    More details at

This is a new monthly event starting on Saturday 12th October (7.30 to 10.00pm) at Salford Cathedral and every second Saturday of the month thereafter. It will feature prayer, music and fellowship for young people (over 18s). Come along to spend some time before the Lord in prayer, hear and join in praise and grow in your faith with other people.

PINT Young Adult Event
This Monday 21st October 2019 18.30-21.30 at the Old Pint Pot, M3 6NE
All young adults are invited to this event run by the Salford University Catholic Chaplaincy.
There will be Music, Food and a Guest Speaker

The parish is still in need of a Youth Representative (aged 18 – 25), this involves attending Diocesan gatherings to represent St Vincent’s. If interested please contact Father Manock.

Are you (or is your child or grandchild) between 16 and 24? Are you thinking about helping at Lourdes or going abroad to help with a Charity? Did you know that each year the Catenian Association, through the Catenian Bursary Fund gives cash grants (nothing to repay) totalling over 100,000 to young Catholics to help with their expenses?
If you would like more information please pick up a leaflet at the back of church. To see the few simple criteria and the wide range of projects we support and/or download an application form from . There are leaflets at the back of church giving information about the Catenian Association.  Local contacts are Graham Sivills  868697, Brian Lillis 658543.

Young Adults Vocation Group
A new young adults group (18+) has been established to provide young adults with an informal, but structured environment in which to discern, ‘what are you looking for?’ The searchers group has been set up to help young adults to develop their prayer life, learn more about their Faith, reflect on what God is asking of them and to socialise with people of similar ages.
The current programme is now complete but if you would like more information, please contact: Fr Joe or Lorraine at the following email address: 

Every month there is a special celebration at the Cathedral for young adult Catholics, called “ReIgnite”. It takes the form of Mass on the third Sunday of each month in the Cathedral at 5.30 p.m., at which young Catholics will read and provide music, followed by a social in a nearby pub with a guest speaker. 

Here is another chance just like the Lourdes Pilgrimage and World Youth Day in Poland to experience with other young people our faith as fun, engaging and transformative. Come along for great speakers, brilliant testimonies, guest homilists, our young adults music ministry, hanging out with friends and social time

Please spread the word and make sure our young Catholics know that the invitation is for everyone!

Follow ReIgnite Twitter: @Reignite1  FaceBook: ReigniteSalford#GetInvolved

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This is an initiative which saw its beginnings in World Youth Day 2005; it is essentially very simple - open our churches as a place of prayer, and invite anyone to come inside. Nightfever evenings take place in Churches throughout the world - many in Germany, but also New York, Dublin, London and now Manchester too!

When :  First Friday of each month
Where : Holy Name Church, Oxford Road, Manchester
Time :   7.30 p.m. - 10.00 p.m.
This is an opportunity for anyone and everyone to visit Church for a peaceful and uplifting atmosphere of music and prayer.
Further information is available on the Diocesan Youth Page

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Anybody interested in singing, music, production, stage management and recording within a Catholic context is welcome to join us every Tuesday evening, 7 – 9.30pm at SAFE Gorton, Levenshulme Road, M18 7WJ

Further information and contact details are on their website HERE. Do have a look. With concerts at the Barbican and Lloyds of London, this is a very impressive project.

Impact/Young Christian Workers
‘The purpose of YCW is to serve, educate and represent young working-class people’ is the website.

Jesus Youth

‘An international Catholic youth movement with a charismatic spirituality’

Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes

The diocese is blessed to have been able to take an official "under-16s" group with the annual pilgrimage to Lourdes for the first time this year. The group were very much part of the wider pilgrimage, taking part in all the liturgies, visits and processions, yet having their own identity as a group. It is part of the long tradition that many young people play a large part in assisting the infirm throughout the pilgrimage and especially at the Grotto to Our Lady. More information on the Diocesan website.