Visit of the Relics of St Bernadette to Brentwood Cathedral

The relics of St Bernadette vistied Brentwood Cathedral on Sunday 16th October for 2 days as part of the national relic tour

The Relics of St Bernadette will be in Brentwood Cathedral until 12 noon today. Rosary at 8.30 a.m. Mass at 9.15 a.m. Angelus at 12 noon.

A sincere thank you to all involved in the visit of the relics to Brentwood Cathedral.

Especial thanks to Bernard Laverty, Officer of the Papal order of St Gregory the Great, and his team who organised and oversaw this visit,
Thank you to Liam Rand and the Knights of St Columba for their care of the relics and those who came to venerate them.
Thank you to those priests who heard confessions, the Brentwood Catholic Youth Service, Brentwood Cathedral choir, ushers, flower ladies and all those involved in our liturgies.
Our Lady of Lourdes, pray for us
St Bernadette, pray for us

“These relics bring her (St Bernadette) within our reach. Yes, they are human bones that have known death and decomposition. But they are the bones of a young woman touched deeply and directly by the power of God. That power then shone so brightly in her life. And continues to do so. She reminds us that the transforming presence of God is always among us, in the midst of the shadows and sadness of this world.”
Cardinal Vincent Nichols
Archbishop of Westminster

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