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Fri
24 Sep

Summer Organ Recitals

St Patrick's Church, Livesey Street, Manchester, M4 5HF
7pm

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Sat
25 Sep

Centenary celebrations for the man who could be England’s next saint

Holy Name Church, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9PG
2pm

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Tue
28 Sep

Prayer for our Planet

Salford Cathedral
7.30pm

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Sun
3 Oct

Hope in the Future – Stage 4 ‘Proclaiming the Good News’ Launch

3pm

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Mon
4 Oct

Greater Manchester Churches Together: Wellbeing and the Church

Online Zoom event
7pm

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Sat
9 Oct

Invitation to celebrate Mass for members of the LGBTQ+ community

Holy Name Church, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9PG
3pm

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Sun
10 Oct

Diocesan Walk for our Climate

Salford Cathedral to Laudato Si' Centre
12.30pm

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Sun
24 Oct

Pause for Hope – A service for people affected by cancer

St Michael & St John's Roman Catholic Church, Clitheroe.
3pm

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Due to current government guidance the members of the safeguarding office are working remotely, however we are still functioning and are contactable. If you wish to speak to a member of the team please call the office number: 0161 817 2206 and leave a clear message with your name and phone number and a member of the team will return your call. All calls to this number are diverted to a member of the safeguarding team. Alternatively you can email safeguarding@dioceseofsalford.org.uk

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