At every Mass, we participate in Christ's redeeming sacrifice on Calvary. At the consecration, His body, blood, soul and divinity become truly present under the appearances of bread and wine. The Mass is the greatest prayer of the Church, and when we attend Mass, we should offer our own lives in union with the offering Christ made to the Father for the forgiveness of sins. Click here to listen to a talk explaining the Mass.

All Catholics are obliged to attend Mass every Sunday and Holyday of Obligation unless prevented by a reasonable cause such as illness, the care of infants or the sick, or an excessive distance to travel. (If you're travelling to somewhere else in the UK, this site may help you find a local Catholic Church).

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Please see the latest Newsletter for daily Mass intention details.

Sunday Masses:
Saturday Vigil: 6pm
Sunday: 8.30am, 10.00am, 12 noon

Daily Masses:
Monday-Friday: 7.00am & 9.15am
Saturday: 10.00am

Holy Days of Obligation:
Usually
7.30pm previous evening
7.00am, 9.15am and 7.30pm on the day
but consult the Newsletters to confirm.

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Syro-Malabar Masses (Holy Qurbana):
Second and fourth Sunday of every month at 4.30pm (with children's catechism class beforehand)
Wednesdays at 7.00pm (with Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Help)