Parish Social Event
Sunday 29th OCTOBER 7pm
First Holy Communion 2017
Sunday 21st MAY 9.30am
HOLY WEEK & EASTER SERVICES 2017
ST PATRICK DAY 2017
Friday 17th MARCH 12.00noon
CONFIRMATION MASS 2017
Tuesday 7th MARCH 7pm
CHRISTMAS SERVICES 2016
CHRISTMAS EVE - SATURDAY 24th December - 6pm and 9pm
CHRISTMAS DAY - SUNDAY 25th December - 9.30 am
SATURDAY 19th NOVEMBER 2016
DIVINE MERCY DEVOTIONS
Sunday 3rd APRIL
HOLY WEEK & EASTER SERVICES 2016
ST PATRICK DAY 2016
Tuesday 17th MARCH 12.00noon
CONFIRMATION MASS 2016
Wednesday 9th MARCH
CHRISTMAS EVE - THURSDAY 24th December - 6pm and 9pm
CHRISTMAS DAY - FRIDAY 25th December - 9.30 am
SATURDAY 21st NOVEMBER 2015
PILGRIMAGE TO FATIMA
11th - 15th OCTOBER 2015
30th ANNIVERSARY OF THE HOPE COMMUNITY PROJECT
SATURDAY 24th OCTOBER 2015 12noon
Principal Celebtant: Bishop David McGough
FIRST HOLY COMMUNION
Sunday 17th MAY 2015
EASTER DECORATIONS 2015
HOLY WEEK & EASTER SERVICES 2015
ST PATRICK DAY 2015
Tuesday 17th MARCH
Solemn Mass and blessing of the new stained glass windows
SATURDAY 22ND NOVEMBER 2014
Our Christmas Fayre has been a wonderful success: a result of preparation beforehand – contributing bottles, prizes and other goods, gathering together items for and setting up the stalls, selling and folding raffle tickets, advertising, labelling prizes, baking and making cakes.
for a great deal of hard work on the day – a great team effort from
regular Parishioners, Visitors and the School. And a very happy
atmosphere throughout the afternoon.
In brief, a good day for St. Patrick’s Parish.
Money raised… £1,850
Doing something together for our Parish… priceless !
NOVEMBER COMMEMORATION OF ALL SOULS
NOVEMBER COMMEMORATION OF ALL SOULS: We pray for the Holy Souls on Monday and Friday continually throughout November. There is a special commemoration table made available to place your envelopes.
PILGRIMAGE TO HOLYWELL
23rd AUGUST 2014
PILGRIMAGE TO LOURDES
24th - 31st MAY 2014
FIRST HOLY COMMUNION
Sunday 18th MAY 2014
HOLY WEEK & EASTER SERVICES
FUNERAL OF CANON ALLPORT
18th/19th MARCH 2014
It is with deep regret that we have to let you know that Canon Allport, a retired Priest of the Archdiocese of Birminham and formerly Parish Priest of St Patrick's for nearly 40 years, passed away on Friday 7th March 2014 at his home in Wolverhampton.
Canon Anthony George Allport was born on 9th May 1926; ordained a priest on 3rd June 1951; served at Our Lady of the Angels and St Peter in Chains, Stoke-on-Trent (1951-55); Chasetown (1955-56); St Mary and St John’s, Wolverhampton (1956-60); Banbury (1960-62); Bilston (1962-64); St Patrick, Wolverhampton (1964-2002); Retired 2002.
The Canon's body was received into St Patrick’s Church on Tuesday March 18th (Reception Mass was officiated by Bishop McGough) and his Requiem Mass was celebrated by Archbishop Bernard Longley at St Michael's on Wednesday March 19th 2014.
Eternal rest grant unto Canon Allport Oh Lord,
and let perpetual light shine upon him.
May he rest in peace. Amen.
ST PATRICK DAY
Monday 17th MARCH 2014
PARISH FUNDRAISING EVENT
1st MARCH 2014
CHRISTMAS 2013There is something charming at Christmas.
There are beautiful decorations in our homes,
along the streets ... in our church as well!
MANY THANKS TO EVERYONE
who has helped in any way
towards our celebrations for Christmas,
May God Bless you all.
FRIDAY 23RD NOVEMBER 2012
In front of a packed congregation, Father Dawid Piskorz has been inducted as Parish Priest of Saint Patrick’s, Wolverhampton, by local Dean Father Brendan McCarrick.
Following the Induction Mass, Father Piskorz, who is a
member of the Order of St Paul the First Hermit said, “It was a
beautiful evening here at St. Patrick’s and it was a wonderful
experience having so much support from my new parishioners as well as
from the people from my previous parishes and schools: St Mary and St
John’s, St Teresa’s and St Joseph’s. It was truly uplifting to celebrate
Mass with all of them tonight.”
“I would like to thank all those who have helped in any way for my Induction Mass - various members of the parish community, too many to mention by name - but I do thank them most sincerely.”
The ceremony proved to be very emotional for Father Piskorz as he told me just after the event. “Lots of emotions were going through my head tonight: anticipation, joy, pride, also fear, especially when my former Parish Priest Fr. Kazimierz was reading the Letter of Appointment from Archbishop Longley,” he explained.
“The Office of Parish Priest to which I am called is truly challenging because of the responsibility that I bear for the care of my parishioners. It involves celebrating the sacraments for them; nourishing them with the word of God; sharing their anxieties, sorrows and joys; caring for the sick and the dying, etc..”
“It will be especially challenging for me due to my lack of experience and young age, so I’m hanging onto hope that nothing is impossible with God. With God’s help I can do it”, he added.