Posts by Susan Allatt

Pax Christi: spreading the message of peace

The Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales is calling for signatures on an e-letter to be sent to the local MP set up to raise the issue of settlement, the blockade of Gaza and the impact of 50 years of occupation in the West Bank.

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Your Parish needs you!

Parishioners of St Joseph’s and St Swithun’s – we need your skills and talents to help improve our Parish. Read more →

Why our Parish should become a fair-trade Parish

By CRISTIANA BORG

My name is Cristiana Borg, a Key Stage 2 pupil, and I attend St Joseph’s RC Church, Bromley. I think that the parish council at my church should resolve for our parish to become a Fair Trade parish. Read more →

Inspiration for the Lenten journey

Following the indulgence of Shrove Tuesday, Ash Wednesday marked the beginning of Lent – the forty days of penance and prayer that sees many fast or give up treats.
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St Joseph’s students produce prize winning paintings

The results of the Knights of St Columba Nativity painting competition that ran over the Christmas period are in.
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Volunteering opportunities to support CAFOD and our parish

Have you considered a new year’s resolution to volunteer more in our parish? There are a number of opportunities for you to use your skills and passion for social justice to support St Joseph’s church and the local community.

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Saying goodbye to Holy Ghost Fathers and their unique gift of friendship

By Fr TOM McHUGH

The congregation of the Holy Spirit fondly known to us as the Holy Ghost Fathers came to live in St Joseph’s Parish in 1947. For the last 68 years, they have witness to the gentle action of the Holy Spirit at work in the ordinary and everyday events of our lives. Read more →