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Chaplains

This time it was the Turfcote residents turn to come and visit St Veronicas. A big thank you to the chaplains for showing them around our school, collecting them and bringing them back to Turfcote.

The Chaplains spent the afternoon at Turfcote Nursing Home working together with some of the residents planting plants for Saul's Prayer Garden.

Alleluia! The Alleluia banner was dug up by the Chaplains to end our Lenten journey and celebrate the resurrection of our Lord.

The children along with the Chaplains buried the Alleluia banner to signify the beginning of Lent.

A big thank you to our chaplains for setting up the stations of the cross around our grounds. It is a great opportunity for people to reflect on this important journey..

Lunch and a chat with Father Broadley. The Chaplains had lots of questions to ask Father about what it was like to be a priest and what daily duties he carried out.

Second planning meeting for our Summer GIFT celebration day at St Monica's in Prestwich. The chaplains worked with other schools to discuss the details of the event.

The chaplains helped us to celebrate Ash Wednesday by leading us in liturgy and distributing the ashes.

Two of our chaplains went to visit Whalley Hall. Whalley Hall is the home to the Diocese of Salford. They met up with other chaplains to plan the GIFT teams celebration event, which will take place in the Summer.

The Chaplins helped pack the food up to give to the Rossendale Food Bank.

The Chaplins helped pack the food up to give to the Rossendale Food Bank. 1

The Chaplin's attended the Valley Mass and helped decorate the St Veronica's candle for the mass.

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