Welcome to the Parish of Woodbridge and Framlingham

  • Please note: The use of face masks while inside places of worship in England is now mandatory.

    For details of the Safe Use of Places of Worship please click on the link in the navigation bar above.

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  • Parish Calendar

    Wed

    23

    Sep

    Joan Cox, 2012


    Thu

    24

    Sep

    Father Ivan Rudkin, 2009


    Sun

    27

    Sep

    Annie Blee, 2000

    John Eric Morris, 2002


    Mon

    28

    Sep

    Augustine O'Brien, 2001


    Wed

    30

    Sep

    Robert Francis Tipper, 2010


    Thu

    1

    Oct

    Mykola Semec, 2010


    Fri

    2

    Oct

    Philip Anthony Byrne, 2014


    Mon

    5

    Oct

    David William Sumner, 2008


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  • Latest Photos
    Our Lady of Mount Carmel
    July 1930
    Christmas Crib
    Christmas Crib
    Lady Altar
    Saint Joseph
    July 2018
    Deacon Mike Vipond
    Saint Clare's Church, Framlingham
    Saint Clare's Church, Framlingham
    Saint Clare's Church, Framlingham
    Framlingham town sign
    July 2018
    Armorial achievement of H.H. Pope Pius IX
    July 2018
    1980s
    1960s
    1930s
    July 1930
    Crown Place
    Crown Place
    Corpus Christi procession led by Father Shebbeare
    Corpus Christi procession. Vicarage Hill, Woodbridge.
    Corpus Christi procession. St. John's Hill, Woodbridge, circa 1929.
    Procession "H"

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    Woodbridge and Framlingham Roman Catholic Parish is one of fifty parishes in the Diocese of East Anglia.  The parish covers an area of approximately two hundred and seventy square miles in the County of Suffolk, as shown on the map above. There are two churches in our parish, the church of Saint Thomas of Canterbury at Woodbridge and Saint Clare's church at Framlingham.

    We exist

    • to worship God - Father, Son and Holy Spirit
    • to proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ in accordance with the teaching of the Catholic Church and in union with our Holy Father, Pope Francis
    • to use the gifts God has given us to do His will and to build His kingdom on earth
    • to serve the people of our parish
    • to be a house and community of prayer in our churches
    • to enable each other to grow in faith, hope and Christian love
    • to be a loving and inclusive parish family.

    May God bless you.

    Father Edmund Eggleston.

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