Confessions During COVID19 Closure

Confessions are available at the following times (but ONLY in the confession box, please) at St Mary of the Angels:

  • Wednesday 25th March: 6.30pm – 7.20pm
  • Saturday 28th March: 10.40am – 11.15am
  • Wednesday 1st April: 6.50pm – 7.20pm
  • Saturday 4th April: 10.40am – 11.15am
  • Monday 6th April, Tuesday 7th April:  10.40am – 11.15am
  • Wednesday 8th April: 6.30pm – 7.20pm
  • Thursday 9th April (Holy Thursday): 10.30am – 11.30am
  • Friday 10th April (Good Friday): 10.30am – 11.30am
  • Saturday 11th April (Holy Saturday): 10.30am – 11.30am
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10 thoughts on “Confessions During COVID19 Closure”

  1. Damian Collins

    Dear Fr Terry
    Thank you so much for streaming the masses last Sunday and today for the Passion Sunday service. My wife and I have been able to join in and it was lovely to be present and sing with you. We have visited your church occasionally for mass when on day trips to Worthing. We live in West Sussex and chose to attend Mass at St Mary of the Angels online as this is the nearest parish to our home near Storrington. This helps us to feel less isolated spiritually.

  2. God Bless you Father Terry for your service this Sunday (29/3/20) your prayers and presence during these challenging times are vital and re-assuring I felt I was along side you and the rest of the congregation sharing this special service. You are a shining beacon for us all during these dark times.

    Thankyou
    Maureen.

  3. This is a wonderful site for Holy Mass, thank you Father Martin. I follow the Mass every Sunday and weekdays. My Parish church is St. John the Baptist in Kemp Town (Canon O’Brien) and of course, I miss the physical contact and interaction of that community on Sundays. However, this church under the guidance of Father Martin is a massive comfort in this time of Coronavirus. This is the upside of the internet. God Bless, James.

  4. Sheila Wakefield

    Thank you so much for making your celebration of Mass available to so many people via technology. Please thank on my behalf all those who have helped to make this happen.
    I particularly appreciated the services o n the feast of the Annunciation;the way it was presented made it easier to participate as opposed to merely watching.
    I was feeling quite bereft before a friend helped me find the site but after Mass I felt more or less”connected” again.

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