" Only one thing remains: to live as a perfect Redemptorist and to persevere in this vocation unto death. "
Blessed Peter Donders C.Ss.R
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Vocation News

If you think you may have a Vocation to be a Redemptorist Father or Brother, please contact Fr. Richard Reid C.Ss.R the Vocations Director by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Please pray for Redemptorist Vocations.


Compass 2017 - 2018...

Have you ever wondered whether the life of a





or brother

might just be for you?

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Vocations Sunday May 2017...

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National Office for Vocations for this Vocation Sunday.

Please pray for Vocations for the Priesthood and/or Religious Life.

Pray especially for us the Redemptorists! 

Fr Charles on his vocation 

Fr Charles Randall C.SsR. speaking at Bishop Eton about his vocation journey. 


Fr Chalres CSsR celebrating Mass for the Students CSsR...

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Fr Charles Randall CSsR, recently ordained in December 2016, celebrating Mass for the Students CSsR in our community oratory in the monastery in Clapham London. This mass was the students chance to say "goodbye" to Fr Charles as he leaves the Clapham community to take up his new appointment in the Bishop Eton Monastery, Liverpool.

The Altar frontal reads -

Copiosa apud eum redemptio 

With the Lord there is plentiful redemption!


We wish Fr Charles well on his new appointment and his future ministry.

World Day of Prayer for Consecrated Life 2017...

The 2nd of February is the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord, also known as Candlemas, when all the candles will be blessed for this coming year.

It is also a day of prayer throughout the world for those who live a consecrated life - and for those who will respond in the future.

Please pray today for Vocations to all forms of Consecrated Life

especially the Redemptorists!


We are in it together!

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L to R: Br Chris, Fr Charles, Fr Richard, Fr Peter, Fr Charlie and Fr Ronnie CSsR - before the Papal Throne, St John Lateran

Cardinal Tobin CSsR said on the 31 Jan 2017,

"Consecrated life, like any committed life, faces particular challenges today, particularly in the West, where a famous sociologist ... used to talk about the “liquid society,” a society that is so fluid in its identity that you can say you’re something one day, and then change it the next, even the most profound characteristics of what it means to be human. I think as vowed people, people who have given ourselves to the Lord, to maintain that commitment within such fluidity is going to be a challenge. I think also that this sort of freedom that religious life should model isn’t always evident if we’re not truly free – free from striving for power, wealth or unlimited satisfaction. In a consumerist society, that’s going to be a challenge, to say no, living simply and living gratefully is the real secret to a happy life. So I think religious can model that for the rest of the Church. But if we’re not faithful to that, then we become like the salt that’s lost its flavor, and we don’t want to do that."


He also said at antoher time, 

"Our Holy Father Francis has given the Church this special opportunity to pray for all those women and men in consecrated life who have given their lives in love to God.


This prayer may prompt each of us to ask,

'How is God calling me to give of myself this day, that I might know the deeper joy of service to God and others?'" 


The Redemptorists of the London Province

have a Vocations Discernment Weekend in March

- think about it!

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Redemptorist Studendate on Tour!...

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Over the seminary half term break the Redemptorist formation community, based in Clapham, took the opportunity to visit some of our historic Churches. We set off early to drive to Worcestershire to Blackmore Park and the Church of Our Lady and St Alphonsus. The Redemptorists were there for six years and in that short time had over 400 conversions! It must have been a truly blessed mission and entering the church it was immediately obvious that this was a Redemptorist house. The shrine of Our Lady, the Icon of Our Mother of Perpetual Succour and the chapel of St Alphonsus with its stained glass depicting his life made us feel at home. Fr Charles Corrigan C.Ss.R. said mass and in his homily reflected upon those Redemptorists whose ministry had changed the lives of so many people.

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Ever thought about a Vocation to be a Brother or a Priest?...

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Ever thought of becoming a Redemptorist?

Why not come to our forthcoming Vocations Weekend in

St Mary's Monastery Kinnoull?

Please pray for Vocations to the Religous Life and the Priesthood.

CSsR Professions 15th August 2016 

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On Monday the 15th August 2016 at the noon Mass at Bishop Eton Liverpool, Brothers Royston Price and Michael Taylor made their religious profession.

They were surrounded by their confreres, family, friends and parishioners of Bishop Eton.

Fr Charles Corrigan C.Ss.R, the Prefect of Students was the main celebrant and "received the vows".

After the signing of the Vow Formula, Royston and Mike were presented with copies of theConstitutions and Statutes and each received a Profession Cross.




Please pray for our Novices who make First Profession on the 15th...

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Br Roston Price, Fr Ray Douziech (Novice Master) and Br Michael Taylor

Your prayers are asked for our two novice brothers who are preparing to make their first profession on Monday 15th August. They have just finished the Noviciate in Canada where there were 8 novices in formation.

On Monday Br Michael and Br Royston will make the vows of Poverty, Chastity and Obedience.

If any of you are around and can come to Bishop Eton Monastery L16 8NQ you will be most welcome. Nonetheless, where ever you are, please pray for these two men making this wonderful step in their Religious and Spiritual lives.


May the Lord enrich them in their poverty

May the Lord love them in their Chastity

May the Lord embolden them in their Obedience


Mother of Perpetual Succour,

Pray for them.

St Alphonsus 

Pray for them

All our CSsR Saints and Beati

Pray for them


CSsR Redemptorists - Missionaries of Christ...

Look at all the various things going on in this poster...

...all in a day's work!

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Pray for Vocations!

Final Profession of Br Charles Edward Randall CSsR...

On the 11th June, Br Charles E Randall CSsR

made his Final Vows in St Mary's Clapham,

surrounded by his loving family and confreres.

A wonderful celebration!

Please pray for Br Charles CSsR

as he carries on his journey in the footsteps of

Our Most Holy Redeemer!

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Novices receive the CSsR Habit...

The Noviciate taking place in Canada has two of our novices from London - Br Royston Price and Br Mike Taylor - they recently were clothed in the Redemptorist habit. We offer our congratulations to all the brothers who were clothed with the habit at this recent ceremony, and we promise our prayers for their future formation.

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Br Royston wrote the following piece,

"On the afternoon of Friday 20th of May, the eight novices in the Redemptorist Novitiate Community in Toronto were clothed in the habit of St Alphonsus. The novices, from the Denver, Baltimore, Dublin and London provinces, have been formed in the spirit of the congregation for the previous ten months, and being presented with the habit is an important milestone on the road to becoming professed members of the Redemptorists. 

Prayer for Vocations to the Priesthood and/or Religious Life...

4th Sunday of Easter is the World Day of Prayer

for Vocations to the Priesthood and/or the Religious Life

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Pray for Vocations to the Priesthood and/or the Religious Life

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CSsR Novices in Canada and out in the cold...

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Br Mike and Br Royston are trying to cope with the Canadian weather!

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We assure all our novices in the Canadian Noviciate,

(8 in total, and 2 for London)

of our prayers!

Close of the Year of Consecrated Life Rome 2016...

One of our students, Br Chris shares some of his memories of an amazing weekend in Rome, to mark the closing of the Year of Consecrated Life, enjoy...

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(One of our churches in Rome)

Reflecting on the Redemptorist visit to the Conference for Consecrated Life in Unity.

On Thursday 28th January six Redemptorists from the London Province made their way to Rome to take part in the International Conference entitled “Consecrated Life in Unity”, which would bring to a close the year for Consecrated Life. The formation community made up of myself, Brother Charles Randall C.Ss.R. and Fr. Charles Corrigan C.Ss.R along with our Vocations team Fr. Peter Morris C.Ss.R. and Fr. Richard Reid C.Ss.R. and our Provincial Fr. Ronnie McAinsh C.Ss.R. made the journey to the ‘eternal city’. We stayed in our Redemptorist Monastery of San Giacchino on the Piazza del Quiriti, which is only a short walk from the Vatican and serves the stunning Basilica of San Giacchino. The Basilica incorporates a number of beautiful side chapels each dedicated to the country which donated it: among those nations represented are England, Ireland, Spain and the US. We were greeted by one of our confreres who had a meal waiting for us and we were given oranges and lemons from our own orchard at the rear of the monastery. Redemptorist hospitality really is very special and this was evident in the way the confreres of San Giacchino looked after us. The conference opened with a prayer vigil with adoration at St Peters on Thursday night and it was great to meet Redemptorists there from as far away as Brazil and Nigeria. 

Vocations Team CSsR out and about...

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. has really hit the ground running as a priest, because with his normal duties he has responsibility for Vocations Promotion, along with This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. If you have any questions or queries about our life, then drop us an email.

See some photos below of the two of them, out and about! 

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