At this time when our Church is closed, we have been asked how Parishioners can continue to make their offerings to the Parish.  This is much appreciated. Our Parish needs your continued support at this time. Coronavirus raises some particular financial challenges.  We are not alone in this of course. Whilst the Church is closed to public worship, there is not the opportunity to give by way of Offertory collection as Parishioners might normally do. Read More
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Following the announcement from the Government yesterday evening (23 March), our Bishops have today updated their instruction regarding the access to Churches. With immediate effect, all Churches are to be closed. This will remain the position, initially, for a period of three weeks. When this situation changes, we will provide a further update. Whilst the initial advice of our Bishops Conference was motivated by a desire to provide an opportunity for private prayer and refuge Read More
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Now available on our Parish website are a selection of resources to help our prayer and reflection in the days ahead. You will find these on the ‘Prayer Resources’ page of our website’s ‘Worship’ section – link from the homepage or from the link below. As we will each have our own needs from time to time, we have endeavoured to provide a rich variety of sources for our Parish community. There are links to Read More
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Against the backdrop of the current Public Health concerns connected with the outbreak of coronavirus COVID-19, the Bishops Conference of England and Wales has instructed that all forms of public worship are to be suspended from Friday 20th March 2020 until further notice. What this means? The last forms of public worship in our Parish will be on Friday 20th March, namely 7am Mass and, in the evening, 7pm Stations of the Cross. What this Read More
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In response to the ongoing situation and concerns regarding the transmission of coronavirus COVID-19, Bishop Patrick has instructed changes in certain Pastoral practices across our Diocese. These will continue until further notice: 1. Sign of Peace : This will be suspended at Mass. – our tradition of greeting each other in Peace, person to person with a handshake could risk person to person transmission of the virus should an individual be a carrier. – we Read More
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