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We are the newly formed Roman Catholic parish of Holy Trinity, Worsley, served by the churches of Christ the King, Walkden, St Edmund's and Our Lady and the Lancashire Martyrs, Little Hulton, under the guidance of our parish priest Mgr John Dale.
Having recently been called together, this is an exciting and challenging time for us and we trust in the Holy Spirit to guide and strengthen us. Each of our three churches has its own spiritual and pastoral traditions, and each brings many gifts to our new missionary endeavours. However, what we have in common is a sense of the presence of God in our lives, welcome and hospitality to everyone and a deep desire to care for those in need. We have members from all across the world who bring a delightful richness of prayer and community.
Our deep commitment is to the person of Jesus, knowing that it is he who forms and shapes us in our love for God and each other. We hope you can come to share with us in our prayer, worship and outreach.
We are delighted to announce that The National Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Our Lady of Fatima, along with Relics of Saints Jacinta and Francisco will visit the Cathedral on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th February.
All are welcome at this Mass for Youth at 7pm, especially the young but all others who wish to encourage and pray for our young people. It should be a great celebration and there will be refreshments afterwards.
Join us at 6.30pm for an introductory session to explain the Lent Retreat 2019 programme and get the materials for the first week.
This years Women's World Day of Prayer will be held at St Edmund's at 7.00pm. World Day of Prayer is an international, inter-church organisation which enables us to hear the thoughts of women from all parts of the world: their hopes, concerns and prayers. It would be great to see this annual event warmly supported.