St Joseph's Catholic Church, Oakham

Prayer Groups

... for where there are two or three gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.
Matthew 18:20

At St Joseph's we have a variety of prayer groups to encourage praying together, in small groups mainly in the homes of parishioners. We have several stimulating groups up & running. We study a short piece of scripture, we discuss, we pray, we share life. We also offer friendship, support and an opportunity for growth in spirituality.

We also want to offer more groups, daytime and evening! For details and suggestions contact Barbara Black Tel: 01572 724918 Or Maureen Mildner Tel: 01572 756477

Why not invigorate your faith by joining one of our groups?

...For me, prayer is a surge of the heart; it is a simple look turned toward heaven, it is a cry of recognition and of love, embracing both trial and joy.
St Therese of Lisieux (1873-1897)

Faith Sharing Groups

Faith Sharing Groups meet regularly to share Scripture, sing, pray, give thanks, intercede for personal intentions and for the needs of our parish community and the wider church. Everybody is welcome to attend.

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Queen of Peace Rosary Prayer Group

The most holy Rosary is recited every day before Holy Mass.

 

We also have a Queen of Peace Rosary Prayer Group which meets at St Josephs every Wednesday after Holy Mass at 10:00 am. 

The meeting last about an hour - All welcome

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Mothers' Prayers

Mothers' Prayer was started by two ladies who were concerned about the harmful influences on their children and grandchildren.

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Julian Meetings

'Julian Meetings' are groups of people who meet regularly in order to grow in the practice of contemplative prayer in the Christian Tradition 

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Mass Times

Holy Mass

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29th March to 4th April

Sunday: 11.15am 5th Sunday Of Lent
Monday: 08.00 am
Tuesday:
08.00 am
Wednesday:
10.00am Adoration and Rosary
Thursday:
08.00 am
Friday:
12.00pm Prayer and Reparation for Sexual Abuse in the Church followed by Mass
Saturday:
10.00am Introduction to Holy week


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