Masses and other Services 
Our church is now open for Mass each day - 10.00 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 6.30 p.m. Saturday and 10.00 a.m. Sunday. We have a facility for 64 people in order to maintain social distancing. Stewards will be in operation to direct you. Face coverings must be worn at all times. Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals may now be held with a limited number of people. Please contact the church on 01772 930934 for further information or, for Funerals, your Funeral Director. When the present crisis is over, Memorial Masses can be held in the Church for each one who has died during this period. 
The information here applies to our usual practice and not to this period of the Corona Virus Pandemic. Please refer to the information on the Sacraments Pages from the Menu on the left of this page 
The Sacrament of Reconciliation 
Individual Confession is available every Saturday at 6pm. There is a Community Celebration of Reconciliation with Sacramental Absolution during Lent and Advent. The Sacrament is also available to anyone who asks at any time. 
Holy Communion for the Sick and Housebound 
Holy Communion is available to those who are sick and/or housebound. Please make contact with the Parish Office, either of the clergy or any Minister of Communion and a suitable arrangement will be made for Holy Communion to be brought to the home of the sick or housebound person. Where possible, for Communion at home, a small table should be prepared and covered with a white cloth. On the table there should be a crucifix and a candle. 
The Anointing of the Sick 
This Sacrament is for any time of more serious sickness – not necessarily involving danger of death. It is appropriate before major surgery and when a person has become frail under the burden of the passing years. Please make contact with the Parish Office, either of the clergy or any Minister of Communion so that an arrangement can be made to receive this Sacrament at home. CLICK HERE to read more about the Sacrament of the Sick 
This is the proper Sacrament for when a person is approaching death. ‘Viaticum’ really means ‘with you on the journey’ and is Holy Communion with prayers for one who is dying. The priest should be called in good time, while the person is still conscious and able to receive communion. 
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