Masses and Services

Sunday Mass (vigil, Saturday) at 18.00

Sunday Mass at 8.00 (EF*)

Sunday Mass at 10.30

Daily Mass at 10.30

* The 8.00 Mass will be offered in the ancient form of the Roman Rite, called today the Extraordinary Form. Please note that this Mass is offered in the Latin language and uses the older liturgical books, dating to 1962.

Confessions will be heard for a half-hour before every Sunday Mass,
from approximately 11.00 to 12.00 on Saturday Mornings,
and by appointment at other times.

Although the church has had public Masses, these have taken placed under controlled circumstances, at 10.30 on a Sunday Morning. We are, unfortunately, far from any form of ‘normality.’ If you are unable to attend our scheduled Masses noted above, please not these three points:

  • Please note that Confessions cannot be heard over the telephone or by e-mail, and services of general absolution cannot be held as this involves travel and the gathering of people. Individual confessions take place in the privacy of the parish grounds.
  • A recent note from the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments in Rome, speaking about the pandemic, reminds the faithful who cannot receive sacramental absolution that ‘perfect contrition, rooted in love of God who is to be loved above all things, expressed in a sincere request for forgiveness, insofar as the penitent is able to make it at that moment, and accompanied by the firm intention to go to confession as soon as is possible, obtains forgiveness of all sins, including grave sin.’ (cf. Catechism of the Catholic Church 1452)
  • The obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days is removed during these emergency circumstances of the lock-down, and for as long as they last. But Masses are available, as above.


Confessions are available as usual, for we have restored the use of the confessional after the lockdowns and restrictions. For about thirty minutes before every Sunday Mass (Saturday 18.00, Sunday 8.00 and 10.30) and for an hour on Saturday morning from 11.00 to 12.00. You may of course choose to call at the house to make private arrangements. 

Readers’ Rota

Reading at Mass is an important part of parish ministry, although the ministry of lector has been suspended at the moment. We always welcome people who feel able to undertake this role, and training is available, as required. Please contact Fr. Kevin again. The readers will be able to get back to their ministry when normality has returned.