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Welcome to St Peter's Parish, Bromsgrove
Take up your cross2



Jesus said to his disciples, ‘If anyone wants to be a follower of mine, let him renounce himself and take up his cross and follow me. For anyone who wants to save his life will lose it; but anyone who loses his life for my sake will find it. What, then, will a man gain if he wins the whole world and ruins his life?

Matt 16:24-26

Illustration by Elizabeth Wang, T-00937-CW, ‘Jesus and Mary look on us with tenderness as we follow our own Way of the Cross’, copyright © Radiant Light 2006, www.radiantlight.org.uk

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

GENERAL AUDIENCE
St Peter's Square
Wednesday, 27 August 2014


Dear Brothers and Sisters:

We affirm in the Creed that the Church is one and that she is holy. One because she has her origin in the Triune God, mystery of unity and full communion. Holy since she is founded by Jesus Christ, enlivened by his Holy Spirit, and filled with his love and salvation. While we, the members of the Church, are sinners, the unity and holiness of the Church arise from God and call us daily to conversion. We have an intercessor in Jesus, who prays, especially in his passion, for our unity with him and the Father, and with each other. Unfortunately, we know well the sins against unity – jealousy, envy, antipathy – which come about when we place ourselves at the center and which occur even in our parish communities. God’s will, however, is that we grow in our capacity to welcome one another, to forgive and to love, and to resemble Jesus. This is the holiness of the Church – to recognize the image of God in one another. May we all examine our consciences and ask forgiveness for the times when we have given rise to division or misunderstanding in our communities, and may our relationships mirror more beautifully and joyfully the unity of Jesus and the Father.

 
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