A Warm Welcome to the Catholic Church in Kendal
We hope you enjoy exploring this website, seeing something of what we do.
We would be delighted if you came to join us in person.
Hurray – at last the Presbytery has its phone and internet, after 5 months of trying to persuade BT to act.
We urgently need more volunteers to help with the Drop-in. It is greatly valued by the people who come. Please sign up on the form in the church porch.
Year 6 pupils from Dean Gibson are cooking for the Drop-in on Thursday! Their ambitious menu includes soup and melon, meat and vegetarian lasagne, followed by apple pie and ice cream. Thank you!!
For those who have been flooded – money is still available, as well as counselling. Follow this link Cumbria Community Foundation Flood Recovery to a short video that should encourage you.
Calling everyone interested in going to the Holy Land on Pilgrimage in 2017: meet Fr Hugh after Mass on Wednesday June 1st, at 7.30pm, and find out details of two possible pilgrimages.
Sunday Mass Times
Vigil Mass – Saturday @ 6:00 PM, Sunday Masses – 10:00 AM & 6:00 PM,
Sunday Mass in Sedbergh @ 12:00 Noon.
Confessions are every Saturday from 5:10 PM to 5:40 PM
Weekday Mass Times
Mondays @ 9.15am, Tuesdays @ 12.15pm, Wednesdays @ 7pm and Thursdays and Fridays @ 12.15pm
Twenty four children made their First Communion on Trinity Sunday and it was a great celebration. As in previous years, they laid the altar, brought the gifts, read the first and second lessons, the psalm and the bidding prayers, and generally made the whole congregation very happy.
There are more than 200 young carers in our area aged from 5 to 18. Six or seven years ago there were only about 60. South Lakes Young Carers is the local charity which supports them, with two social workers, an administration that sits inside South Lakes Carers, and lots