Our Communities and Parishes
You will find us dotted around the British Isles, as communities, parishes and religious orders with links to Poland.
(Markers on the map are approximate locations for visualisation only)
Please click on the name to find out more about each community parish
For more information and contact details for Fr David please go to the Facebook page
For more information and contact details for Bishop Paul Hinds, please go to the Facebook page
We are a catholic community in the Liverpool area. Our Spiritual roots are planted within the ‘urban monastic’ movement.
A Eucharist is held regularly in each others homes, in the manner of the early church.
If you would be interested in walking with us on our spiritual journey, or feel you might wish to receive the sacraments, we’d be delighted to hear from you.
We hope that you would find in St Gabriels, an open and friendly community, with a God of love at the centre of all we do, as we journey on our pilgrimage through life, with all its joys and challenges.
For more information please use our contact page
For more information and contact details for Fr Tosh please go to the Facebook page.
We hold public services on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month at, with kind permission of, the John Pounds Memorial Unitarian Church, High Street, Old Portsmouth. There are also special services throughout the year so keep a look out on the services either on our website or on our Facebook page.
We hold annual services for World AIDS Day, 1st December, and Holocaust Memorial Day, 27th January.
Led by Bishop Paul Miles-Knight, our aim is to bring the Christian message to everyone, just as Jesus does – without any conditions, imposing ridiculous man-made restrictions or the stuffiness that, even in this day and age, hinders our ability to be ‘ourselves’ in Christ’s Name.
Our Parish is enjoying the presence of The Congregation of Brothers of the Merciful Love of God, through which Fr Julian Kent CFMD actively supports our ministry, leading religious life around the Chapel of Our Lady of Beaulieu.
Archbishop Terry can be contacted in regards to sacraments which can be arranged in Wales. ++Terry resides in Swansea
Yoou can contact ++Terry through our Contact page
It is our ardent desire that this our congregation, established on the example of the first congregations of our Holy Father St Benedict and St Francis of Assisi, would be guided by the truth of the Holy Gospel and focused on perceiving Christ and serving him in our neighbours, who by the very fact of being called to life became for us brothers and sisters in our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. We wish these following words from the First Letter of Saint John the Apostle to become the motto of our congregation:
“And we have known and believed the love that God hath to us. God is love; and he that dwelleth in love dwelleth in God, and God in him.” (1 John 4:16).
Brothers of the Merciful Love of God are called and sent particularly to spread the love and mercy of God in the world. Each of the brothers of the Congregation will care for the sick, the suffering, the lonely, the rejected, regardless of their gender, sexual orientation, religion, skin colour or social status. A brother of the Merciful Love of God is to be a “visible tool” of God’s love for man.
For more information please go to cfmd.online
Mother Maria Francesca, Sister Maria Clare and Sister Peggy and Sr Rose live a life, in community, animated by the Gospel in the spirit of St Francis of Assisi.
A supportive Christian funeral ministry is also part of their work and they also offer days of prayer and recollection where all are invited to “Come aside and rest awhile” (Mk 6: 31).
Mass is at Assisi House every Saturday at 4pm. During Lent and Advent, evening prayer is held from 7pm – 8pm. At all other times, people are welcome to join them for prayer whenever they want as they have an open door policy!
We invite all to journey with us by participating in our life of service and prayer. As an enrolled member of ‘The Companions of the Franciscan Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament,’ we invite you to pray the prayer of the church in spiritual union with us and wear the ‘Tau’ cross as a symbol of commitment to Franciscan spirituality.
On the Solemnity of Pentecost 2013 Our Franciscan Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament celebrated the installation of 3 new ‘Companions’. Three new companions of the sisters joined Rose in their prayerful and practical support of the sisters in their ministry.
Dominic, Francis and Bernadette promised to celebrate the Liturgy of the Hours in union with the whole church. All of the companions meet weekly to celebrate mass with members of the Ecumenical Catholic Church in Ormskirk.
To contact the Sisters please make an enquiry via our contact page