If you recall, last year we sent Christmas cards from St Gregory's to Catholic parishes in the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem, which is the name of the Catholic organisation that looks after parishes in Israel/Palestine, Jordan and Cyprus. The cards were greatly appreciated by those who received them and it showed a really solidarity with those who live there. To ensure that all the relevant parishes receive some cards, the Archdiocese has allocated each of its parishes specific churches to send cards to.

For St Gregory's these are: St Justin, Rafidia (Palestine) & St Paul's in Jordan. In addition, we are also asked to send Christmas cards to Bethlehem University.

If you would like to send a card, please choose which parish you would like to send a card to. Cards should be as small as possible as postage is expensive and should include your own Christmas message and also which parish you are from.

You can either then send then personally to the relevant address as given below or post them through the presbytery door and we will send them in a bulk parcel to the relevant country. 

As post can  take a long time to get to these areas, you are advised to post your cards by 5th December at the latest.

The relevant addresses are as follows:


Mr Sami El-Yousef

Chief Executive,

Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem,

Jaffa Gate – Old City, P.O.B. 14152

9114101 Jerusalem



Fr Samer Al-Sawalha

c/o Latin Patriarchate Vicariate

28 Princess Alia Street - Sweifieh

P.O.B. 851379

11185 Amman




Br. Belayneh Medhanit, FSC, Ed.D

Vice President for Advancement

Bethlehem University

P.O. Box 11407
92248 Jerusalem

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