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His Royal Highness, The Prince Philip RIP


Cardinal Nichols prays for the repose of the soul of Prince Philip


At this moment of sadness and loss I pray for the repose of the soul of Prince Philip, Her Majesty the Queen’s faithful and loyal husband. I pray for the Queen and all of the Royal Family.
How much we will miss Prince Philip’s presence and character, so full of life and vigour. He has been an example of steadfast loyalty and duty cheerfully given.
May he rest in peace.
+ Vincent Nichols Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster

Read Cardinal Nicol's homiley here


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Father Con Botter SCJ RIP


In August many parishioners joined online with St John Olgilvie's church to celebrate the Requiem Mass of Father Con Botter SCJ. Father Jim also offered up the Mass at St Joseph's on Tuesday for the repose of his soul You can watch the videos of both Masses using the links below along with a copies of the eulogies for both Father Botter and Peggy Donne

Eulogy Eulogy for Father Botter.

Video Father Botter Requiem Mass


Video Mass for Father Botter at St Josephs


Eulogy Eulogy for Peggy Donne.


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Article by Father Tim Greenway written for the 150th anniversary booklet
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A Message from the Metropolitan Archbishops of the Catholic Church in England
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Letter from Cardinal Nicholls
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Letter from Father Jim

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Soldier from the Great War - John Durr
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John's records note that he died rather than died of wounds which would indicate death from disease or other causes. The 10th Battalion had recently helped train newly arrived American troops and John may have been exposed to influenza at that time. It appears that John was one of the first victims from Stockport in the flu pandemic of 1918-9.
In these times please also remember the many people who died in this previous pandemic.