There are several Catholic churches in Salisbury and the surrounding area. There are 3 churches in the city itself: St Osmund's, St Gregory's and Holy Redeemer. There are also 2 chapels in the countryside nearby: at Downton and at Whaddon, where there are occasional Masses. You can find out more about each church by clicking the links below.
There are two Catholic schools in Salisbury: St. Osmund's Primary School (for year groups Reception-Year 6) and St. Joseph's Catholic Secondary School (for year groups 7-11). You can find out more about the schools by clicking on the links below.
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The Salisbury Catholic churches run a variety of groups and activites for children and young people from ages 8 to 25. We provide a monthly Youth Mass where the young people lead music and liturgy, retreats at least once a term within England, and most years we provide pilgrimages to foreign countries. Below is the link for our quarterly newsletter, or for more detailed information follow the link below or alternatively contact the parish office on 01722 333581 or email email@example.com.
There are several groups that serve both the parish and the local community in Salisbury and the surrounding area. Further information about each of these groups can be found in the links below.
The Salisbury Catholic churches are served by a dedicated team whose contact details can be found here:
There is a group of parishoners that are members of the Catenian Association. They have regular meetings and a quaterly Mass. They also provide an annual grant for young people to travel abroad with a Christian intent. In 2013 two people from the Deanery area received such grants which helped them visit Palestine and Africa. For more information please contact Michael Presley through the Parish Office or click on the link here: