Sunday Mass – The Church opens at 7am on Sundays and closes after the 6.30pm evening Mass

(Saturday 6.30pm), 8am, 9.30am (Family Sung), 11am (Solemn Sung), 12.30pm, 6.30pm

2nd Sunday of the month – Ugandan Community Mass – 3pm

3rd Sunday of the month – Nigerian Community Mass – 2pm

Holy Day Mass

(Vigil 7.30pm), 9am, 12 noon, 7.30pm

Weekday Mass – The Church opens at 8am from Monday to Saturday and closes around 7pm

Monday-Friday 9am, 6pm
Saturday 12 noon followed by Novena and Benediction

Occasionally, because of Holydays of Obligation, Bank Holidays and Funerals, weekday Mass times may change. Please refer to the parish newsletter.

 

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Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament

This takes place on Saturday between 5.30pm and 6.15pm and on Sunday from 5.15pm to 6.15pm and on the First Friday of every month for an hour after the 9am Mass and after the 6pm Mass. For many people, this is a special and intense period of prayer before the Lord. Please refrain from unnecessary whispering and other conversations, and do your utmost to keep the interior of the Church silent out of respect for Jesus truly present, and also for those people trying to pray. Thank you.

Having a Mass offered for an intention

When a request is made for a Mass to be offered for a specific intention, it is a good and pious custom for the faithful to make an offering, usually about £5 – £10, which goes towards the upkeep of the parish clergy and forms part of the small annual allowance that they receive. The offering (which varies according to the generosity of the person) does not buy a Mass!  Masses are not for sale. The offering is a gesture of generosity to the priest and the parish for his upkeep. We hope this offers some clarification.

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