Here we see a picture of Leota with her family and Bishop Charles, together with a picture taken by mobile phone of the congregation. Clearly the people of this parish are remembered in Bo.
This September will see our parish joining parishes from all over the country in Liverpool as we send delegates to the three day Congress.
On Friday mornings leading up to Corpus Christi we have preparation sessions of study and prayer in the Presbytery after the 10am Mass and refreshments.
Click on the link below to see the poster that details of the topics under discussion. Everyone is invited to be part of this important parish preparation
The messages are between Leota and Bishop Charles
We have now received photographs of the completed church of St Peter Claver, consecrated at Mass by the Bishop of Bo last week.
The building is now truly beautiful with a stunning front elevation in blue mosaic. We in our own parish can share in the satisfaction and happiness that the people in the parish feel of a project so well done.
Please click on the work below to see the kind invitation from the Most Reverend Charles A M Campbell, Bishop of Bo
An email received by the Parish Priest at St Peter Claver, at the end of October and regarding progress at the church, reads:
“Work in progress at St Peter church: concreting of floor and plastering of office, and electrification of church. On behalf of the Bishop and parishioners I would like to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to you, your Bishop and parishioners. May God continue to bless you all. The church will be officially dedicated and raised to a Quasi Parish on the 15th December, 2017.
Please inform your parishioners and Leota Charles. Your presence at this ceremony is very much significant. An official invitation will be sent to you and your parishioners later.
See the most recent photographs below.