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Our Lady and All Saints, Mansfield was established on 25th March 2023 by Bishop Patrick McKinney.

Catholic Parish of Our Lady and All Saints, Mansfield

Our four churches retain their original patronage and continue to be known as the churches of: St. Philip Neri, Mansfield, St. Joseph's, Shirebrook, St. Patrick’s, Forest Town and St. Teresa’s, Market Warsop.

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Please click the button below for the Standing Order Mandate Form and Gift Aid Declarations for the Parish of St Philip Neri, Mansfield or for the Parish of St Joseph, Shirebrook with St Teresa, Warsop and St Patrick’s, Forest Town.

2024 Year of Prayer: Preparing for the 2025 Jubilee Year Pilgrims of Hope

Please note the events and prayers which are available to support the Year of Preparation for the Jubilee Year of 2025.  As part of our Year of Preparation, there will be a Holy Hour in one of our four churches each month - St Philip Neri 18th May 7.00 pm; St Patrick's 18th June 7.00 pm. Details can be found on the Diocesan website and in our newsletter.

Remembering Gaza and Israel

Please, light a (battery) candle, place it in your window and say this prayer everyday…

We cry out to you on behalf of the people seriously affected by the conflict in Gaza and Israel. Out hearts break at the devastation and suffering that we see, and we know if breaks yours, too. We ask that you would stretch out your mighty hand to bring an end to this war. We cry out for people who have been injured or traumatised, who have lost loved ones or their homes. Please provide everything they need and be their comfort, their hope, their healer and their safe refuge. We pray for your peace to reign. We look to you as our Saviour and the hope of the world. Amen.

You can read more prayers by clicking here.

Our Faith

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Becoming a Catholic: Jesus said to them, “But who do you say that I am?” Matt 16:15 Interested in the Catholic faith but not sure what to do about it? Well you’re not on your own. Whether you just want to know a little more about our faith or you want to convert we’re here and happy to help.

Coming back to church

Perhaps you’ve been away for a while, but something is prompting you to think again about faith. In the Catholic Church it’s always possible to come home. Regardless of why you left or how long you’ve been away Jesus and our church community are here to welcome you back.

Stay Updated with Our Newsletters

Keep informed and connected with our parish community through our church newsletters.  Each edition is filled with updates, inspirational stories, upcoming events, and messages from our clergy.

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