Celebrate Mass with us live at St Mary of the AngelsSt Mary of the Angels website allows you to watch Catholic Mass online on our live Mass webcam. Outside the Mass or service times you can view the tabernacle webcam in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel for online adoration. There is a constant stream broadcast from the church so stay online to view other church services which may also be broadcast over the internet. Please come inside and join in!
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- Sunday; 8:30am, 10:30am (Family), 5:30pm (Folk), 7pm (Italian)
- Weekdays; 10am,
- Wednesday; 8:00am Avila House, 10am Westbrooke
- Saturday; 10am, (Sacrament of Reconciliation & Exposition 10:30-11am)
- Holy Day; 10am, 7:30pm
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- A daily prayer for the Holy SoulsImmortal God, holy Lord, Father and Protector of all you have created, we raise our hearts to you today for those who have passed from this mortal life. In your loving mercy, Father of all, be pleased to receive them into your heavenly company, and forgive the failings and faults they may have committed through human frailty. Your only Son, Jesus Christ, our Saviour, suffered so that he might deliver them from death. By his merits may they share in the glory of his victory over sin and death. For all the faithful who have died we pray, but in particular for those dear to us, parents, relatives and friends. Nor do we forget all who did good to us while on earth, who helped us by their prayers, sacrifice and example. We pray also for any who may have done us harm, and stand in special need of your forgiveness. May the merits and prayers of our Virgin Mother, Mary, and those of all the Angels and Saints, speak for us and assist them now. This we ask through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
- Jubilee Year of MercyThe Jubilee Year of Mercy will begin on 8th December 2015. Pope Francis writes: “1. Jesus Christ is the face of the Father’s mercy. These words might well sum up the mystery of the Christian faith. Mercy has become living and visible in Jesus of Nazareth, reaching its culmination in him. The Father, “rich in mercy” (Eph 2:4), after having revealed his name to Moses as “a God merciful and gracious, slow to anger, and abounding in steadfast love and faithfulness” (Ex 34:6), has never ceased to show, in various ways throughout history, his divine nature. In the “fullness of time” (Gal 4:4), when everything had been arranged according to his plan of salvation, he sent his only Son into the world, born of the Virgin Mary, to reveal his love for us in a definitive way. Whoever sees Jesus sees the Father (cf. Jn 14:9). Jesus of Nazareth, by his words, his actions, and his entire person reveals the mercy of God. 2. We need constantly to contemplate the mystery of mercy. It is a wellspring of joy, serenity, and peace. Our salvation depends on it. Mercy: the word reveals the very mystery of the Most Holy Trinity. Mercy: the ultimate and supreme act by which God comes to meet us. Mercy: the fundamental law that dwells in the heart of every person who looks sincerely into the eyes of his brothers and sisters on the path of life. Mercy: the bridge that connects God and man, opening our hearts to the hope of being loved forever despite our sinfulness.” (Misericordiae Vultus, Bull of Indiction for Year of Mercy, April 2015)
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St Mary of the Angels Catholic Church
Richmond Road, Worthing, West Sussex, BN11 4BJ, United Kingdom Arundel & Brighton Diocesan Trust Registered Charity 252878