Message from Father Lavin
Sadly, ‘No services yet whilst we are in lockdown’
The Pope: Responding to Coronavirus & Human Dignity
Today at his General Audience, Pope Francis reminded us that in responding to the Coronavirus pandemic Christians are…Posted by St Joseph Mossley on Thursday, August 13, 2020
Livestream of Services
As the need to be a Church in a different way continues, Bishop John will be celebrating the 11am Mass online each Sunday at Salford Cathedral. Just click here
You can find the Lords day at Home readings for 9th August by clicking here
Each Thursday at 7pm, a bishop from England and Wales will celebrate Mass for the sick, their families, NHS and care staff. More details with links to the Masses can be found here
If you would like to visit another Church for Sunday Mass or a regular daily Mass click here for a schedule of what’s on where each day.
EWTN – Catholic TV
Pope Francis Daily Messages
Don’t forget you can follow the tweets (messages) from Pope Francis throughout the day on our twitter feed by clicking here where you can also view a live stream from the Vatican
Any parcels for the foodbank can be left in the presbytery porch
In order to be able to keep parishioners informed whenever Father Lavin makes any communications or when the website is updated with newsletters etc (which may not be on a weekly basis during this unsettling period) we have created a Parish Facebook page.
If you have a facebook account please visit and like the page so that you will then be automatically notified whenever this website is updated otherwise please visit this page periodically to check for any updates
For those parisioners without a facebook account I have embedded a feed from it at the bottom of this page so everyone will be able to access the information and links posted to it
The Pope’s Message response to Covid-19 on Sunday 22 March
To read the full text please click here , where you can also view a one minute video summary of the Special Urbi et Orbi Blessing held on 27th March
CATHOLIC BISHOPS’ CONFERENCE OF ENGLAND AND WALES
Liturgical Advice in the light of the COVID-19 Pandemic.
The advice published on 20 March 2020 can be read in full by clicking here