Times of Service

Sunday 10:00am Family Mass
  11:30am Sung Mass
Monday 9:30am  
Tuesday 9.30am  
Wednesday no Mass Church open for private prayer
Thursday 9:30am  
Friday 9:30am  
Saturday 9:30am  
Holydays 9:30am  

Sometimes there may be changes to Mass times - you will find details of the changes on the newsletter.


Saturday 10:00am – 10:30am

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Monday, Thursday & Friday from Mass until 11am


After Saturday morning Mass

6th Sunday of the Year – 12th February 2012

Fr. Michael writes:   The Gospel today tells how Jesus cured a leper by touching him.  Nowadays, we have no lepers among us, so one might ask:- “What is the relevance of this for us?” The importance of the Gospel is that the worst suffering of the leper was caused, not by leprosy itself, but by the consequences of it – being rejected by people.  The relevance for us lies there – in the people we reject, who we treat like “lepers”. The ‘leper’ is anyone I exclude or cut off anyone I look down on or despise. That person may even be living under my roof.  We can reject in small but subtle ways.  It may be in indifference the tone of my voice or a look.  The medical world tells us that it costs about £1 to cure a person of leprosy today.  What does it take to cure a person of rejection? A little dose of the oldest drug of all – love.  All of us have the capacity of love.6th Sunday of the Year


Palm Sunday – 13th April 2014

Palm Sunday

5th Sunday of Lent – 06th April 2014

5th Sunday of Lent

4th Sunday of Lent – 30th March 2014

4th Sunday of Lent

3rd Sunday of Lent – 23rd March 2014

3rd Sunday of Lent

2nd Sunday of Lent – 16th March 2014

2nd Sunday of Lent

1st Sunday of Lent – 09th March 2014

1st Sunday of Lent

8th Sunday of the Year – 02nd March 2014

8th Sunday of the Year

7th Sunday of the Year – 23rd February 2014

7th Sunday of the Year

6th Sunday of the Year – 16th February 2014

6th Sunday of the Year

5th Sunday of the Year – 09th February 2014

5th Sunday of the Year