As a Parish, sharing the love of God, we seek to live out our faith as a community of worship, of shared faith and of service, where each person shares with others the gifts and talents received from God.
We recognise the wealth of multi-cultural background within the parish and shall seek to involve all parishioners to the greater benefit of the whole parish.
Sharing and utilising our gifts and talents, freely given us by God, we will endeavour to support family and parish life, reaching out to our neighbours within and beyond our community.
Many thanks to all those parishioners who have made donations via bank transfer, we appreciate that not everybody is in a position to do so.
Weekly donations may still be made, if you wish, via an envelope put through the office letter box. If you wish to set up a standing order, please contact the office for a form.
Please email if you require a Standing Order Form.
Update on Covid-19 and Vaccination:
In September 2020 the Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales issued a statement COVID-19 and Vaccination (24 September 2020). In the light of the recent breakthrough in vaccine development they have now issued a follow up statement (3rd December 2020) which can be found on the CBCEW website along with the original September statement. The Bishop would be grateful please if you would circulate this information to your parishioners and include the link to this information to be found on the CBCEW website, and make mention of this please in your Parish Newsletters and Websites. Link: https://www.cbcew.org.uk/home/our-work/health-social-care/coronavirus-guidelines/update-on-covid-19-and-vaccination/ COMPLETE THE SURVEY:
How has Covid-19 Affected You and Your Faith? Bishop Patrick would like to hear from you! The Diocese of Nottingham has launched a short survey in order to deepen its understanding of Covid-19’s impact on all Catholics across the diocese. Bishop Patrick is eager to know more about peoples’ experiences of the pandemic, with a view to ensuring that the faithful are well supported and understood in the years ahead. Please visit https://www.dioceseofnottingham.uk/whats-on/news/share-your-story-how-has-covid-19-affected-you-and-your-faith and fill out the short questionnaire. Please encourage other parishioners to do so. The deadline for submissions is July 4th 2021.
St. Patrick’s Church is OPEN for public worship.
Please be mindful of current lockdown restrictions and our resposnsibility to follow the guidelines carefully. Fr RaphaeI will continue to say daily masses for parishioners and their intentions during these times.
Please remember to book a place for mass by using the online link: https://massbooking.uk, emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org or phoning 2353329 and leaving a message. Remember to bring a face covering with you and follow the directions of our stewards.
Baptisms, First Holy Communion and Confirmation are suspended until restrictions are lifted and situations improved. Weddings can only be celebrated in exceptional circumstances, and then only 6 people present.
Many thanks to our wonderful volunteers who make it possible to open our church
Please walk to church if at all possible, due to the new cycle lane on Beaumont Leys Lane parking is very limited!
If you would like a mass said, please put your intention and contact details on an envelope containing your offering through the office letter box or email your request to the parish office.
We need to update our Parish Address Book/contact list. Please download a contact form, complete and return it to the office.....this is for ALL parishioners both old and new.
St. Patrick's community life is supported by a number of special interest groups, who are always pleased to welcome new members.
Please click below for more information...
St patrick's parish run a 300 club which costs £5 per month, usually paid by standing order. The prizes are £75 weekly with larger amounts quarterly. This raises much needed funds for the parish and with better odds than the lotters for winning!. To join, download the forms and return them to the parish office when complete......Good Luck!!
On 8th December 2020, Pope Francis announced that there would be a Year of St Joseph from 8th December 2020 to 8th December 2021. This was to celebrate the 150th anniversary of St Joseph being declared the Patron of the Universal Church. To join in these celebrations the Diocese has produced a Novena to St Joseph leading to his feast day on 19th March. The Novena takes as its focus the different groups or causes that claim St Joseph as their Patron Saint, as well as the themes of Pope Francis' letter launching the year. The Novena can be downloaded from the Diocesan website or you can email: email@example.com with 'St Joseph Novena' in the subject line to receive daily emails with prayers for that day between 10th & 18th March.
Churches Together Leicestershire prayer for Leicester
Parish Centre Hire
Our Parish Centre closed until further notice!
Hire costs will be revised once we have updated cleaning schedules to protect against Covid19
Live Streaming and YouTube Videos with Links to Access Liturgies Being Offered During the Coronavirus Pandemic in The Diocese of Nottingham
Parish of St Joseph’s, Leicester
Father John Daley
Monday – Friday 10 am Mass
Sunday 10.30 am Mass
The Cathedral of St Barnabas, Nottingham
Canon Malachy Brett and Father Mathew Neriattil
Monday – Friday Mass at 1 pm
Saturday Mass at 10 am
EXPLORING THE DIRECTORY FOR CATECHESIS CONFERENCE- MARYVALE INSTITUTE MARCH/APRIL/MAY 2021
To register: https://bit.ly/2Z2KqIX
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There is no cost to register and attend all sessions, although delegates are encouraged to consider a donation of £5 or £10 or more towards scholarships for those enrolling on the institutes adult formation courses, to help, support and train catechists of the future.
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