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A Rule of Life 
Be careful, my child, in all you do, well-disciplined in all your behaviour. Do to no one what you would not want done to you. Give your bread to those who are hungry, and your clothes to those who are naked. Whatever you own in plenty, devote a portion to almsgiving; beg God to guide your ways and to bring your paths and purposes to their end. 
(Tobit 4) 
Our Church is open everyday as a place of quiet from 8.00am until dusk - everyone is welcome to visit 
Father Ted is originally from Dublin, Ireland. His family moved to Preston in 1958 and he attended the then Preston Catholic College before studying at Ushaw College, Durham. He was ordained in 1971 at Our Lady and St Edward’s, Preston, and has served communities in Barrow, Whitehaven, Preston, Workington and now Preston once again. He became Parish Priest of St Gregory’s in December 2008. 
Father Ted Gannon
Father Ted Gannon 
Deacon Jim Maguire 
Deacon Jim is a native of Preston. He attended English Martyrs’ Boys’ School. He worked as a Toolmaker at British Aerospace until opening his own Newsagent’s business. He and Cynthia were married at English Martyrs’ Church in 1965 and they came to live in St Gregory’s Parish 35 years ago. He was ordained Deacon here at St Gregory’s on 21st June 1995. 
our daily prayer  
“Father, pour out your Spirit upon the people of our Parish and grant us a new awareness of your Glory, a new experience of your Power, a new understanding of your Word, and a new commitment to your Service, so that your love may grow among us and your kingdom come, through Christ Our Lord. Amen “  
To register as a Parishioner of St Gregory’s, you can download, print and complete the Registration Form. The form offers you the opportunity to indicate ways in which you might be willing to be involved in the life and mission of the Parish. You can then return the form when you are next at Mass.  
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