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Matt 13

Then, leaving the crowds, he went to the house; and his disciples came to him and said, ‘Explain the parable about the darnel in the field to us.’
He said in reply, ‘The sower of the good seed is the Son of Man.
The field is the world; the good seed is the subjects of the kingdom; the darnel, the subjects of the evil one; the enemy who sowed them, the devil; the
harvest is the end of the world; the reapers are the angels.

Matt 13:36-39

St Peter's Parish Church


We are a Roman Catholic parish in the Archdiocese of Birmingham. The patron of our church is St Peter. The church is situated on the B4091, the main road south out of Bromsgrove town centre (click here for a link to a map).

The parish priest is Monsignor Graham Wilkinson

St Peter's Church

St Peter's First School badge

 The parish school is St Peter's First School, situated close to the Church. It was established in around 1860 in part of the building which is now the Parish Centre. Click here for a link to the school website

The headteacher is Mrs Catherine Clubley.

Thinking of becoming a Catholic?

Whether you are a non Christian or a non Catholic, if you wish to learn about the Catholic Faith you are most welcome to attend our sessions "Journey in  Faith". 


If there are any who wish to enquire into the Catholic faith this year, new sessions will start in late September and will be held in the parish centre on Mondays at 7.30 - 9 p.m. If you wish to attend or have a positive interest in becoming a Catholic please contact Fr Graham or John Lally. For more information see also the page on this website How do I become a Catholic?


What's New

Update to the CAFOD page (click here)

POPE FRANCIS

Evangelii Gaudium 6

I realize of course that joy is not expressed the same way at all times in life, especially at moments of great difficulty. Joy adapts and changes, but it always endures, even as a flicker of light born of our personal certainty that, when everything is said and done, we are infinitely loved. I understand the grief of people who have to endure great suffering, yet slowly but surely we all have to let the joy of faith slowly revive as a quiet yet firm trust, even amid the greatest distress: “My soul is bereft of peace; I have forgotten what happiness is… But this I call to mind, and therefore I have hope: the steadfast love of the Lord never ceases, his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning. Great is your faithfulness… It is good that one should wait quietly for the salvation of the Lord”

 
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