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The Archdiocese have provided a parent's leaflet to help to support your child at home in order to develop their spiritual wellbeing.

http://www.liverpoolcatholic.org.uk/userfiles/files/PFM/M%26FL/Passing%20on%20the%20faith%20to%20your%20child.pdf

Brindle St Joseph's RC Church
Chapel Fold, Hoghton, Preston, Lancashire, PR5 0DE, England

Telephone: 01254 852026

 

Email:

Fr Raphael: pp@brindlestjosephs.org.uk

Parish Hall: parishhall@brindlestjosephs.org.uk

General: info@brindlestjosephs.org.uk

 

Where we are

We are in Hoghton, Lancashire about 5 miles south east of Preston and 7 miles north west of Blackburn. OS map ref: SD 602 265.


Our full address is:

Brindle St. Joseph's RC Church, Chapel Fold, Hoghton, Preston, Lancs, England, PR5 0DE. Telephone: 01254 852026 Fax: 01254 851258

Directions:

M6 Exit 28 to B5256 (Chorley to Blackburn). Cross A49 and A6 to B5256 (Blackburn). Cross M65 bridge - 200 yards left (Preston - St Joseph's) into Hillhouse Lane. 0.7 mile bear right at farm. 0.2 miles right into Private Road. 0.2 miles left (St Joseph's). The Church is 250 yards ahead, after the railway bridge.

Mass & Other Service Times

 

Weekdays:

Morning Mass each day at 9.30am apart from Monday. Any occasional change due to funerals, weddings etc., will be announced, when possible, in the weekly bulletin.

   

Saturdays:

Morning Mass: 10.30am. First Mass of Sunday: 6.00pm

   

Sundays:

(Vigil Mass: 6.00pm Saturday evening).
Mass at 9.30am (usually with Children’s Liturgy and music).

   

Holydays:

Masses at 9.30am & 7.00pm (please check).

   

Baptisms:

Either during Sunday 9.30am Mass, if not, 11.30am.

   

Confessions:

First Saturday of each month at 10.00am.

 

Ampleforth origins

John Bolton was born to Robert & Alice Bolton of Brindle on July 6th 1735. He joined the St Lawrence, Dieulouard, community taking the monastic name Anselm. He was sent to the English mission in 1763 and, by 1764, was chaplain to Lord Fairfax at Gilling Castle, Yorkshire.

In 1783, he bought a cottage, Ampleforth Lodge, and some land so his successors would be independent of the Gilling estate.

When he learned that his community were still seeking a permanent home, he made Ampleforth Lodge over to them. So, in 1802, Prior Anselm Appleton was joined by other monks to establish the Monastery which grew into Ampleforth Abbey as it stands today.

Brindle St Joseph's RC Church Bulletin

Brindle St Joseph's RC Church Bulletin

Brindle St Joseph's RC Church Bulletin

Brindle St Joseph's RC Church Bulletin

Brindle St Joseph's RC Church Bulletin

Brindle St Joseph's RC Church Bulletin

Brindle St Joseph's RC Church Bulletin

Brindle St Joseph's RC Church Bulletin

Brindle St Joseph's RC Church Bulletin

Brindle St Joseph's RC Church Bulletin

Brindle St Joseph's RC Church Bulletin

Brindle St Joseph's RC Church Bulletin

Brindle St Joseph's Children's Liturgy Newsletter

Brindle St Joseph's RC Church Bulletin

With the wider community

This is a developing and strengthening area of school activity. The school encourages visitors from the wider community to visit and enhance our curriculum. We visit local Nursing homes and residencies to provide vital links between the younger and older generations. Links between our school and the Local Authority Schools of Gregson Lane and Coupe Green are growing stronger with many joint projects taking place.

Brindle Historical Society

Website:www.brindlehistoricalsociety.org.uk
 


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