Resources to help you pray and worship at home while the church is closed are available by selecting Information -> Coronavirus Resources above, or by clicking here.
A People who hope in Christ: Bishops proclaim hope in the Risen Lord as they recognise pain of Catholics who cannot pray in Church or receive Sacraments - Read More
A Message from Bishop Mark - Click here.
The Catholic Bishops of England and Wales recognise that this time of the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting every person in our countries. Those who are sick, and their families, are suffering many hardships of isolation from contact with those they love.
Our front-line workers in hospitals and in care homes all over our lands are giving exceptional service to those who are vulnerable at this time.
In order to show a spiritual solidarity with all those who are involved in the ways described above, at 7.00pm each Thursday, a Catholic Bishop will celebrate Mass in their Cathedral which will be live-streamed for people to join.
Cardinal Vincent Nichols celebrated the first Mass in Westminster Cathedral at 7.00pm on 23rd April.
Remaining dates, up to the 9th July, are as follows (click on the Cathedral name to access he live feed):
Bishop Terence Drainey in Middlesbrough Cathedral at 7.00pm on 28th May
Bishop John Arnold in Salford Cathedral at 7.00pm on 4th June
Bishop Patrick McKinney in Nottingham Cathedral at 7.00pm on 11th June
Archbishop Bernard Longley in Birmingham Cathedral at 7.00pm on 18th June
Bishop Alan Hopes in Norwich Cathedral at 7.00pm on 25th June
Archbishop John Wilson in Southwark Cathedral at 7.00pm on 2nd July
Bishop Tom Williams in Liverpool Cathedral at 7.00pm on 9th July
Following the advice of the Government, the Bishops have decided that Churches should now remain closed to help reduce the spread of the virus
Father Lucas is saying Mass each morning in private at 8.00am. Click here for today's readings
Please click here to read an important letter from the Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales
For those Parishioners who normally give in the collection at Mass and wish to continue to help the Parish in these difficult times, you can now give on line, either as a one off payment or as a regular monthly payment, by clicking here. Please note that the minimum amount that can be donated is £5.
Need Help? A small team of volunteers has formed to keep in touch with those who are isolated at home as a precaution or due to illness.
The team can deliver essential groceries, drop off/collect prescriptions at surgeries and pharmacies, and post mail as well as have a friendly chat on the phone.
Please contact Pete Graham (07505 355559) or Kevin Powell (07770 611488) if you need help from the team, or if you would like to help.