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Relationships and Sex Education: The Crisis in our Schools

The response I received to a message of support for the stand taken by Mr. Matyjaszek against the new policy being imposed on our schools: We have a Parliamentary Briefing with our Jewish and other colleagues this Ash Wednesday to brief MPs on the catastrophe this new policy is – please pray for us. If …

The Church according to Fr Garrigou-Lagrange

With acknowledgement to Riconquista Cattolica “The Church is intransigent on principle because she believes, but is tolerant in practice because she loves. The enemies of the Church, on the other hand, are tolerant on principle, because they don’t believe, but intolerant in practice because they do not love”. (My poor translation)

Mass Times

Sunday Mass Times

Saturday    6:30 pm

Sunday       9:30 am

Sunday     11:30 am

Sunday       6:00 pm*

*Extraordinary Form

Weekday Mass Times

Monday        9:30 am

Tuesday        9:30 am

Wednesday  9:30 am

Thursday      8:00 pm*

Friday            9:30 am

*Extraordinary Form

First Fridays and Saturdays (Extraordinary Form)

Friday            8:00 pm

Saturday      9:30 am

Parish Hall

Our parish hall is a modern, stylish and flexible space. It features a self-contained kitchen, tables and chairs which are easily stowed away and modern toilet facilities.

Although first use is reserved for church purposes, the hall is available for regular bookings to groups whose activities do not contradict the teaching of the Catholic Church. Please use our contact page to enquire further.