Special Interests

Photographer Michael Jones has captured pictures of Springtime emerging at Harvington. The daffodils have pushed their way through the darkness of the earth and are putting on a cheerful display all around St Mary’s.…. Read More
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Photographer Mike Jones has captured the beauty of St Mary’s Church in the winter evening light.  …. Read More
The feast of the Epiphany, which was kept in the East and in certain Western Churches before being   observed in Rome, seems to have been originally a feast of the nativity; January 6, for those churches where it was kept, was the equivalent of Christmas (December 25) in the    Roman Church.  The feast was introduced at Rome in the second half of the sixth century and became the complement and, so to say, the crown…. Read More
The Annual Pilgrimage Mass Once a year, on the first Sunday of September, Harvington receives several hundred pilgrims and priests from parishes throughout the Archdiocese of Birmingham. The 2019 Pilgrimage was on Sunday 1st September The four martyrs especially venerated at Harvington, who worked at various times in the area, are: St John Wall – hung, drawn and quartered at Red Hill, Worcester on 2 August 1679, and canonized in 1970; St Nicholas Owen –…. Read More