Domestic Church

Everything you need for Mass this weekend, the Fifth Sunday of Lent.

The Church has taught from its earliest days that each family or household is a “Domestic Church”, the smallest body of gathered believers in Christ.  Now that our churches are closed and we cannot gather together for Mass, we must develop our own Domestic Church in our homes.

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Participate in our Parish Masses via the live stream.

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Liturgies

MASS TIMES IN OUR PARISH

SUNDAYS 

St Joseph’s:  Vigil Mass (Saturday) 5:30pm, Sunday 7:45am, 9am, 11am and 5:30pm 
Holy Name:  9:30am 
Bridgettine Convent:  Vigil Mass (Saturday) at 4:30pm, Sunday at 9am 

WEEKDAYS

St Joseph’s:  Monday to Friday at 7am and 9am, Saturday and Bank Holidays at 10am
Mass times vary in the summer and on special occasions, please see our newsletter for updated times.

HOLY DAYS OF OBLIGATION

St Joseph’s:  7am (Oratory), 9am and 7.30pm   

 

MASS WITH ANOINTING OF THE SICK

Saturday, 14th March at 3:30pm in St Joseph’s Church.

Fr John will celebrate Mass for the Third Sunday of Lent and there will be anointing with the oil of the sick and the opportunity for prayer. All of us need healing be it in mind, body or spirit so everyone is most welcome to attend.

The St Vincent de Paul invites you for tea and cake after the service in the First Committee Room.

Mass Times

ALL OUR CHURCHES ARE CLOSED 

In order to keep each other safe, save lives and support the NHS all our Parish Churches are closed to the public until further notice.  For more details about Mass please read our Corona Virus update.

Stations of the Cross will continue after 9am Mass every Wednesday during Lent and can be followed via the Live Stream.

Parish Newsletter

The Parish Office is Closed

Every effort will be made to maintain the parish website, keep up to date with office emails and to continue producing a weekly parish newsletter.

Keep up to date with the latest parish news and activities in the parish newsletter. 

Please also see the new Website Page:  Domestic Church for the week's readings, extended reading and children's activities.