The Last Days of Advent
At the Masses there is a growing sense of expectancy of the Birth of Jesus . It is shown in the invitation O Come,O Come which in our hearts we make. Do carve out some time, however short to prepare to welcome the Christ afresh into your mind and heart.
Pope Francis Speaking At The Angelus
At the Sunday Angelus, Pope Francis says the Advent Season is about asking ourselves how to prepare for Christmas and what we can do for Jesus and others, concretely, in our lives. He also blessed the statues of the Child Jesus brought by children to St. Peter’s Square on this Third Sunday of Advent. Read more here.
The Eucharist is foundational and transformational, it’s the cornerstone of our journey of mission. As we continue our winter pilgrimage through the season of Advent, the coronavirus pandemic still dominates media headlines – particularly the latest variant, Omicron. As a Catholic community, we support each other and remain vigilant to ensure our churches are safe places to worship. Listen to a discussion on this here.
The UK Government and Covid-19
Following the statement by the Prime Minister on Wednesday 9 December, there has been a Government directive that further restrictions to mitigate against viral transmission, especially in the light of the new Omicron variant, will be imposed. Read more here.
- THE FOURTH SUNDAY OF ADVENT SUNDAY MASS 10AM
- TUESDAY ADVENT WEEKDAY MASS 10AM
- WEDNESDAY ADVENT WEEKDAY MASS 10AM
- THURSDAY ADVENT WEEKDAY MASS 10AM
- FRIDAY DECEMBER 24TH CHRISTMAS MASS 6PM
- SATURDAY DECEMBER 25TH CHRISTMAS DAY MASS 10AM
- SUNDAY DECEMBER 26TH THE HOLY FAMILY MASS 10AM
To those unable to be at our Christmas Masses in person…
…may the joy and peace which comes into human hearts be with you wherever you may be. Christ is born in Bethlehem .
Where are we all bound, Carrying the Word of God ? Time and place are ours To make his glory known. Mary bore him first, We will tell the whole wide world: Let it be according to his word