Mass Dedications through the COVID19 Suspension

catholic mass onlineThe Parish is celebrating only one Mass each Sunday – at 10.30 am (see this post).

Obviously, any Sunday Masses, other than the 10.30 am Mass, which have been booked already, will not be celebrated. However, a list of all such Masses is being kept and all Masses appearing on that list will be rescheduled, as a matter of priority, on available dates, as soon as matters return to normal. Weekday Masses are not affected as a daily Mass is still celebrated. For the immediate future further Mass bookings are not being accepted. We would ask you, kindly, not to contact the Parish in this respect.

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4 thoughts on “Mass Dedications through the COVID19 Suspension”

  1. My wife and I wish to express our sincere thanks for enabling us to start our day with the peace and joy of the Holy Mass in these difficult times. We feel we are in the Church and the singing and whole celebration is beautiful. Due to ill health my wife has been unable to attend mass for over two Years and this mass is such a boost to both of us . Incidentally, our Parish is St. Mary of the Angels in Hooton Cheshire where we were very active parishioners and attended mass daily up to recent years.
    Thank you to Fr. Terry and may God bless you in your Ministry.
    Paul &Helena Callaghan

  2. Thank you for giving us such a lovely on-line Mass this evening 25th March. In these strange times when we can’t properly attend Mass, it is a joy to be able to switch this on and join in the beautiful celebration of Mass presented and sung so beautifully.
    May God Bless you and everyone in your parish.

  3. Father Terry
    The Sunday Mass and the daily Mass on line at St. Mary’s of the Angels has been the most
    comforting in this so difficult time. I am very grateful to you.
    Carmen Hornung

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