Mass Times

Mass Times and Intentions

The celebration of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass takes place each day. The Mass is, for the Catholic Christian, the high point of the day since the Eucharist is the ‘source and summit’ of all we do. All members of the parish are encouraged to attend the celebration of Mass as often as possible.


The time of the celebration of Mass is listed on this page, along with the particular intention for which the Mass is offered. If you would like Mass celebrated for a particular intention then please complete one of the ‘Mass Intention’ envelopes found in the porch of the church.


Exposition of the
Blessed Sacrament

before 10.00 Weekday Mass

Morning Prayer
09.45 Monday to Friday

Holy Rosary
11.30-12.00 Saturday

11.30-12.00 Saturday
18.00-18.30 Sunday


Sunday 19th
9.30 People of the Parish
11.00 Seamus Flynn
14.30 Liturgy of Prayerful Remembrance for the Faithful Departed
6.30 Thomas James Kay

Monday 20th
10.00 10.00 Mary Griggs

Tuesday 21st
10.00 Peter Molloy

Wednesday 22nd
10.00 Seamus Flynn R.I.P.

Thursday 23rd
10.00 Val Geelan R.I.P.

Friday 24th
10.00 Bob Kroupa R.I.P.

Saturday 25th
12.00 Private Intention (SG&G)

Sunday 26th
9.30 People of the Parish
11.00 Deceased Members Flanagan & Cornall Saunders Families
6.30 The Holy Souls





All who are sick and housebound and especially
Rose Moss, Norah Ince, Rose Wilson, Pauline Coleman, Norah Osborn, Peter McCabe, Elaine Anne Acton-Reid, Bill Murphy, Helen Tittle, Rosemary Saddington, Josie McDonough, Ada Platt, Gerard Curley, Christine Read, Angela Barnes, Esme Henderson, Fr Harry Holden, Don Newsome, Nellie Hosty, Ron Ambler, Marie Dugdale, Sadie Everard-Walker, Marie Palmer, A.A., Bob Blundell, Sarah Bone, Peggy Alston, Denis Parkinson, Chris Horan, Anne Hepes.

All who died recently: Margaret Pemberton, Mary Hughes.

And whose anniversaries are at this time William Doyle, Margaret Griggs Reardon, Margaret Kendrick, Mary Mern, George Taylor, Irene Noon, Leontine Botta, Margaret Wilkinson, Seamus Flynn, Kathleen Nickson, Dorothy Winter,
Fr David O’Brien.

May they Rest in Peace. Amen.