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Hospital
Hospital

It is always an issue but it is crucially important that when a Catholic is admitted to the hospital the family ensure that the Priests are contacted so that appropriate support can be given. As access to the hospital may be restricted, especially at this time during the coronavirus emergency, one suggestion is that the […]

Information
Information

Hospital Admittance: Please remember to put on the Hospital Admission form that you are Roman Catholic. Funeral Planning: Forms are available from the Parish Office for anyone wishing to plan their own funeral. St Joseph’s Hall and Kitchen: The Hall and kitchen will not be available from Saturday 4th April to Saturday 18th April 2020 […]

Hospital
Hospital

If you or any of your relatives or friends are in hospital, or due to go into hospital, please contact the Parish Office. Similarly if anyone as moved into a nursing or residential home. This is to enable the provision of Pastoral care.  

Hospital Visits
Hospital Visits

If you, or any of your relatives or friends, are in hospital, or due to go into hospital, please contact the Parish Office. Similarly, if anyone is moved into a nursing or residential home. This is to enable the provision of Pastoral care.  

Hospital and Residential Care Homes
Hospital and Residential Care Homes

If you or a friend is in hospital or due to go into hospital, or are re-locating to a residential or nursing home, please let the Parish office or one of the priest’s know in order to receive continued Church support.  

Hospital and Residential Care Homes
Hospital and Residential Care Homes

If you, or a friend is in hospital or due to go into hospital, or are re-locating to a residential or nursing home, please let the Parish office or one of the priest’s know in order to receive continued Church support.  

***Attention*** Ministers of the Eucharist
***Attention*** Ministers of the Eucharist

Attention Special Ministers of the Eucharist To conform with new regulations at the hospital, Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist should not take Holy Communion to parishioners when they are in hospital as this should be administered by a member of the clergy.  

***Attention*** Ministers of the Eucharist
***Attention*** Ministers of the Eucharist

Attention Special Ministers of the Eucharist To conform with new regulations at the hospital, Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist should not take Holy Communion to parishioners when they are in hospital as this should be administered by a member of the clergy.  

Thank You - Children of St. Joseph’s Liturgy Group
Thank You – Children of St. Joseph’s Liturgy Group

Thank you so much to the Children of St. Joseph’s Liturgy Group for your generous donation from your recent cake sale. Your kind gift is helping to bring smiles to provide magical Giggle Doctor moments for the children in hospitals, hospices and specialist care centres. Thank you from everyone at the Theodora Children’s Charity.  

Hospital visits
Hospital visits

Please remember to contact the office if you or your relatives or friends are going into hospital so that a member of the clergy can visit.