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Welcome to St Patrick's Sandown, Sacred Heart Shanklin and Our Lady and St Wilfrid's Ventnor

logo We are a Catholic Parish made up of three communities on the Isle of Wight, in the Portsmouth Diocese. South Wight Parish is on the south east of the Island and comprises Sandown, Shanklin and Ventnor. However we serve villages as far as Bembridge, Arreton, Wroxall and Niton.

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We invite families, friends and 

our parishioners

 to join us on YouTube channel:

https://m.youtube.com/channel

/UC5EilrioqMop3fVTRXpuluw/videos



    Welcome, eNews and Letters from Bishop Philip

Link to Diocesan of Portsmouth - Letters 


Please find below the link for PASTORAL LETTER FROM THE BISHOP

of the Diocese of Portsmouth on 6th June 2021, the Solemnity of Corpus Christi

https://www.portsmouthdiocese.org.uk/yearoftheeucharist



Portsmouth Diocese e-News  https://www.portsmouthdiocese.org.uk/enews






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Our Bishop Philip writes... see Diocesan e-News (here)


Portsmouth Diocese e-News Issue

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                         Universalis

       All Parish activities and groups are cancelled until     further notice.

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              SOUTH WIGHT PARISH PROJECTS                   

 

Our project at St Patrick’s Church is going well, new toilets for disabled use and unisex and a light are being done this month. We have not been able to arrange any fund raising for obvious reasons.

We encourage individuals to donate to this project to help in this time of crisis, please contact Fr Joe or the office if you are able to help.

Many thanks to those who have donated towards our project, I would like to thank those who donated the organ to St Patrick’s and over the last year have helped with the car park, flowers and other items for the Church.

Thank you for those who help in many ways, by donation and support our communities; both individual people and organisations. Especially we thank you  ‘Wight Aid’ – THE Wight Aid Foundation.