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Email Address Change of Parish of St Joseph and St Clare 14th December 2021

2021-12-15T08:32:46+00:00

Dear Parishioner and Friends.

Please note the following regarding email address change in the light of enhanced cyber security.

New Email Address;  parish.stjc@northamptondiocese.org .

Our Diocese has given a directive that all the parishes of our Diocese must now comply with a certain email address format in the interest of cyber security. This will mean that only this new email address can be used for parish/diocesan communication. This becomes mandatory as and from January 1st, 2022.  All old email addresses will no longer be operative. A good practice is to start now using our new parish email address which means your communication will be viewed and responded to securely.

 All communication from our parish will  come to you now via this email address: parish.stjc@northamptondiocese.org .  Your cooperation here is appreciated in the interest of  us all. 

Canon John.

14th December 2021

Email Address Change of Parish of St Joseph and St Clare 14th December 20212021-12-15T08:32:46+00:00

Parish Upkeep, Ways of Giving Online and General

2020-12-08T18:41:25+00:00

https://stjosephandstclare.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/Upkeep-of-Parish-Donations-and-Giving-1.pdf

First of all we are really grateful to all of you who already are giving in various ways to

enable our church continue and pay its way.

Like all homes the bills continually come in even when we can’t work.

The Church is very similar.

Fr John hopes to work with everyone to enable us play our part and get us through this time without going into deficit.

 

For more guidance click above on website address

 

 

 

 

Parish Upkeep, Ways of Giving Online and General2020-12-08T18:41:25+00:00

Act of Contrition

2020-11-27T07:36:18+00:00

An Act of Contrition

 

My God, I am sorry for my sins with all my heart.

In choosing to do wrong and failing to do good,

I have sinned against you whom I should love above all things.

I firmly intend, with your help, to do penance, to sin no more, and to avoid whatever leads me to sin.

Our Saviour Jesus Christ suffered and died for us.

In his name, my God, have mercy.

 

When we are aware of our need for Sacramental Confession but cannot avail of it due  to the Coronavirus Pandemic Safeguarding measures,

This act of contrition if sincerely said from the Heart with a firm  purpose of amendment restores atonement with God.

When possible  a Sacramental Confession should be made.

 

Act of Contrition2020-11-27T07:36:18+00:00
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