Parish of St. Mary-Bradford

One Parish - Two Churches


Holy Rosary

We are encouraged to pray the rosary daily if possible, as individuals and even better as a family . Amongst all our other needs and intercessions, we need to pray earnestly for the intercession of Our Lady in our troubled times, and for an end to the devastating Covid virus, particularly as winter now approaches and many fear the virus is going to get worse again. Once a week a group of parishioners are also going to pray together online, using a programme called Zoom. If you would like to join in please click the link below or find the link on our Parish Facebook page.



Topic: Parish of St Mary rosary group

Time: Each Friday at 7.00pm



Join Zoom Meeting




Meeting ID: 819 6237 3853

Passcode: 179305

Friday Rosary

The Carmelites in Britain have published a new book called ‘God in the time of COVID-19’, which is now available to order. This little book of articles and reflections is offered as a way of maintaining a connection and of nurturing the interior life. The reflections were originally written online, but many of these articles are now available in this book. There is a wide range of styles, content and approaches to suit the widest range of readers and all tastes. Writers include Deacon Hugh Parry (based in Bournemouth), and also, Fr Kevin Alban, O.Carm; Fr Brendan Grady, O.Carm; Fr Nicholas King, SJ; and many more. Parishioner of St Joseph’s Church (Christchurch), Mr Matthew Betts has edited the book.


Order your copy today online (Click the poto below) Or, you can order by sending a cheque for £4.50 (incl a donation for P&P) to our PO Box address (PO Box 289, FAVERSHAM, Kent, ME13 3BZ); or you can call 01795 539 214 and donate with a credit/debit card.

If a member of the Parish order via the online shop, they should use the code ‘1593’, they’ll receive 10% off the book and any other items. Click the photo link to access.

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Tree and Book of Remembrance

For many of us this year, 2020 has been a very difficult year, especially for those of us who have lost a loved one or someone else that we know. To commemorate those who have died, we have created a Tree of Remembrance at St. Peter's. The idea is that you

write the name of someone you know or a loved one on to

one of the heart shapes and place it on the Tree of Remembrance.


Along with this we have also created a Book of Remembrance,

which contains all the names of those who are buried in the Old

Catholic Cemetery, Stott Hill and Leeds Rd Catholic Cemetery.

This is one way as a parish, we remember all those who have died,

past and present.

Tree Book