On Dec 8th - the start of the year of mercy - Pope Francis opened a door of Mercy at St. Peter’s in Rome, and the following Sunday (13th) doors of mercy were opened in every Catholic cathedral throughout the world. Bishop Richard asked us at Christ the Prince of Peace to open a door of mercy at our church so that it may serve as a place of pilgrimage for Catholics living in Surrey. During the year special liturgical celebrations and events will take place. The door of Mercy is open most days from 8am-7pm. If you would like to be kept informed please sign up to receive the parish newsletter by e-mail. May this year of mercy be a time of special grace for you.
Parish Walk of Mercy
What the purpose of the Walk of Mercy? It is a pilgrimage. We are visiting three of the Holy Doors in the diocese of Arundel and Brighton in this Year of Mercy. It is both an opportunity to grow in our own faith and friendship. We will also be fundraising and praying for Parishes for Peace helping Christian refugees from the Middle East. For more information please click the link below.