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St John Fisher Primary a Catholic Voluntary Academy, Sheffield
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Harvest Festival Mass 2020

29th Oct 2020

Thank you Mr MacInnes and Mrs Barrett for preparing the liturgy for our annual Harvest Mass of thanksgiving and thank you to the special young people of Y5 for leading today’s liturgy! Everyone fulfilled their roles with such purpose and dignity and we are all very proud of you! Finally, thank you Fr Bede for celebrating a very special Mass.

The children watched the Mass on Friday and a recording is also available for friends and family of our Y5 children (and anyone else who wants to) by clicking here or by going to the Films section of our website (accessible from a tab on our homepage).

Lastly I would like to thank everyone who donated food items in order to support the important work of our friends at the St Wilfrid’s Centre in Sheffield as they reach out to some of our city’s most vulnerable people.