Thought from Fr. Colm - 28th February 2020

Well done to the Mini Vinnies for hosting an great coffee morning for the Diocesan Refugee Project on Thursday morning at St. Josephs School. The occasion was made all the more special with the presence of Lady Mayoress of Durham, Katie Corrigan. Katie is herself, a past pupil of St Josephs.

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The parish of the Durham Martyrs incorporates the Catholic churches of Our Lady of Mercy and St Godric, St Bede and St Joseph (Gilesgate) in Durham City. We are part of the Finchale Partnership and based within the Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle.

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St. Bede,

St Godric's RC Primary School, Carrhouse Drive,

Durham

DH1 5LZ 

Our Lady of Mercy

and St Godric

Castle Chare
Durham
DH1 4RA

St Joseph

Mill Lane
Durham
DH1 2JG

Marjorie, the Parish Secretary's working hours are 8:30am -4:00pm Tues - Fri. If you email outside these hours you will receive a response when Marjorie is back in the office. 

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