Full Closure of Catholic Churches

Following the Prime Minister’s historic announcement on 23 March strengthening restrictions in an attempt to combat the spread of COVID-19, Catholic Churches are closed to the public at this time.

Cardinal Vincent Nichols stresses that we must all play our part to safeguard the NHS and to save ‘precious lives’. “We’re going to play our full part in it. That was the call of St. Paul that we ought to be good citizens and today we ought to be good citizens playing our part in the protection of the vulnerable, in our support for the NHS and in the preserving of human life, which is so precious to God in the face of this virus.”

Letter from Father James 3rd April 2020

As we approach our most important week of the year – Holy Week – the way we follow Christ – from his triumphant entrance into Jerusalem, to the foot of the Cross, to an empty tomb – will be completely different this year.

In preparation, many would have availed themselves of the Sacrament of Reconciliation – Confession – to prepare for a fresh start at Easter. But what does it mean for our spiritual well-being and salvation if we can’t fulfil our “Easter Duties”?

Here’s a message from Cardinal Vincent Nichols, President of the Bishops’ Conference.

 

Live Daily Mass

You can watch a daily Mass live from Clifton Cathedral below at 9.30am

Whilst our churches are closed, you may wish to donate via Paypal or debit/credit card. You can do this below:

St Teresa of the Child Jesus, Filton




St Vincent de Paul, Southmead





Bishop Declan has recorded the following Pastoral Message:

Pope Francis’ special video to pray for an end to the pandemic

In a special edition of “The Pope Video“, the Holy Father asks us to pray for the sick and the suffering, while thanking all those who, united and regardless of their religious tradition or convictions, pray for those affected.

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St Teresa of the Child Jesus

Filton, Bristol, and

St Vincent De Paul

Southmead, Bristol

Welcome

Welcome to the website of the Roman Catholic Parish of St Teresa of the Child Jesus, Filton, Bristol. Our parish is in the Diocese of Clifton. St Teresa’s also works in communion for mission with the parish of St. Vincent’s in Southmead.

Fr James Finan

Parish Priest

james.finan@cliftondiocese.com

Hall

At the rear of the Church we have a very comfortable Parish Social Centre which is used for functions. It has a good bar open each evening 7pm-11pm, Skittle Alley and Hall which can be hired out for a variety of functions.

INTENTIONS FOR THIS WEEK

Saturday 4th April – Jacintha Saldanha (RIP)

Sunday 5th April – Mary Joyce (RIP)

Tuesday 7th April – Private Intention

Wednesday 8th April – Fred Harvey (RIP)

Thursday 9th April – Anthony Sullivan (RIP)

Friday 10th April 

Saturday 11th April – Mary Joyce (RIP)

Sunday 12th April – Baby Florence (RIP) & Della Kileen (RIP)

 

Contact Us and Find Us:

St Teresa of the Child Jesus

71 Gloucester Road North
Filton
Bristol
BS34 7PL

0117 983 3938

Email: bristol.stteresa@cliftondiocese.com

Sacred Heart

St Vincent De Paul

St Vincent De Paul

Glencoyne Square
Southmead
Bristol
BS10 6DE

0117 983 3938

Email: bristol.stteresa@cliftondiocese.com



 

Information on Safeguarding in our two parishes and in our diocese can be found here: https://www.stteresasfilton.org.uk/safeguarding