St Teresa, Little Lever - Roman Catholic
In the early days of the parish, the parish was served by a priest from St Gregory's Farnworth. Father Ciaran O'Hora (an Englishman despite the name!) was parish priest prior to 1972. Father Michael Corry was the parish priest from 1972 until his death in 2002. Father Gerard Byrne was the parish priest for a year, then Monsignor Mark Davies until January 2006. The parish priest now is Father James Manock who is also the parish priest at St Mary's Radcliffe.
Original registersThe parish records are kept at the presbytery.
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- Google maps showing nearby churches with satellite image option.
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