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Welcome to the website of St. Peter's Catholic Church in Leicester.  St. Peter's is a vibrant parish on the western side of Leicester City, just outside the city centre. The parish is made up of people originating from many different countries around the world, which reflects the multicultural nature of Leicester City itself, and reminds us of the universality of Christ’s Church.

If you are new to our parish, or have been away for a while, we warmly invite you to be part of our family of faith and help build up the Body of Christ in West Leicester.

Please have a look around the site to find out more about our parish community. We are always looking to add more pages to provide information and reflections on parish events and activities and hopefully some inspiration for our spiritual lives as well.

If you have any comments or questions, or you would like to get more involved within the parish, please feel free to get in touch with Fr John using the contact details under the Contact Us tab.  Please also see our Parish Directory for contacts of specific activities.

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JUNE – MONTH OF DEVOTION TO THE MOST SACRED HEART OF JESUS

Scared HeartThe Heart of Jesus is the ultimate symbol of God’s mercy.   But it is not an imaginary symbol; it is a real symbol which represents the centre, the source from which salvation flowed for all humanity.

In the Gospels we find various references to the Heart of Jesus.  For example, there is a passage in which Christ himself says “Come to me, all who labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.  Take my yoke upon you, and learn from me; for I am gentle and lowly in heart” (Mt 11:28-29).

Then there is the key account of Christ’s death according to John.  Indeed, this Evangelist bears witness to what he saw on Calvary, that is, when Jesus was already dead a soldier pierced his side with a spear and blood and water came out of the wound (cf. Jn 19:33-34).

In that apparently coincidental sign John recognises the fulfilment of the prophecies: from the Heart of Jesus, the Lamb sacrificed on the Cross, flow forgiveness and life for all people.

(Pope Francis)

 

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