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St Margaret Clitherow & St Paulinus RC Joint Parishes (York UK)


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Updated weekly (07 Jun 2020):

The Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity “God so loved the world”

In the Trinity we are celebrating the very heart of God and that heart is a community of persons – three persons in one God.  The readings bring this out clearly – God the Father, the Creator; God the Son, the Redeemer; God the Holy Spirit whose love binds them all together and binds us to them in our own community of love.  [A simple explanation for young children.]

[Celebrations:   Corpus Christi – Su 14 Jun;  SS Peter & Paul – Su 28* Jun;  Assumption – Thu 16 Aug]



Almighty ever-living God, only support of our human weakness, look with compassion upon the sorrowful condition of your children who suffer because of this pandemic; relieve the pain of the sick, give strength to those who care for them, welcome into your peace those who have died and, throughout this time of tribulation, grant that we may all find comfort in your merciful love. Through Christ our Lord.


Pope Francis on Environment Day: We cannot pretend to be healthy in a world that is sick

Link: On World Environment Day (5 Jun), Pope Francis calls for a change in attitudes, so that we may leave a better and healthier planet to later generations.


Welcome to the joint website of the twinned parishes of St Paulinus and St Margaret Clitherow (York UK).

Whether you are a visitor or new to our joint parishes, interested in becoming Catholic, seeking to return to the practice of your faith, or an active member of our parish, you are most welcome.

Fr Kevin


Vatican Media Live:  St Peter’s Square – people now present as well as the pigeons, fountain, church bells on the quarter-hour and the occasional Police car! (Italy is 1 hr ahead of UK)