Celebrating Mass Together and Online  

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Masses & Times in Our Churches are available in the current Newsletter    

During the Covid Pandemic the "Sunday Obligation" was lifted. However as people are resuming their normal activities the Catholic Bishops of England & Wales  believe that the reasons which have prevented Catholics from attending Mass on Sundays and HolyDays of Obligation no longer apply and have requested that we return to celebrating Mass on Sundays.

We are trying very hard to make sure our Churches are as safe as possible and to enhance the experience for everyone. We have recently reintroduced many aspects of our celebrations that had to be put on hold during the Covid crisis.

We now invite you all to come to Church and celebrate Mass with us together. When someone who can join us to celebrate together decides not to, then our celebration is missing someone. You’re missed but please do not come to church if you are displaying any symptoms of the virus.

Our community is more present, our witness is more clear when you can join us. Celebrating Mass really is about being together – when we can be. We also recognise that, for various reasons such as illness, being away from home, concern about the spread of Covid and self isolation, some people are unable to attend Mass. For that reason we will continue our streaming services as follows:

Masses are live streamed at 10 am every day except Mondays when it is streamed at 7pm

Please click the Church Services TV link below to access live streaming of Mass from one of our Churches.

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Note that live streaming may not start until shortly before the publicised Mass time.  The streamed Mass is available to view on a PC, laptop, iPad, iPhone, Android Tablet or Mobile

Mass Intentions can be arranged with the Parish Office  Email:  sj23office01@gmail.com  or Tel:  0191 4163583.
Mass offering envelopes are available from the church porch. Completed envelopes should be posted in the parish office letter box.