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It is with great sadness that, in response to the request made by Prime Minister to close all places of worship our church is closed for the forseable future. This is something that is completely supported by our archbishop Cardinal Vincent and the Catholic Bishop's Conference of England & Wales. In addition all Baptisms and Confirmations are postponed. However, I will continue to offer Mass daily, in private, and you will all be rembered in my prayers. God bless you and let us all pray for each other, our nation and our world.  Father Gerard
The list of parishes streaming or live-streaming Mass in our diocese can be found at:
This Sunday at noon Egland will be re-dedicated to the protection of Oure Lady. Mor einformation at 
Here are some resources you can access while Public Mass is suspended.
Cardinal Vincent's most recent video message is at 
In addition under the tab "Newsletter" you will a number of helpfult documents:
We have been made aware of a number of scams linked to the coronavirus pandemic, ranging from fraudsters selling counterfeit products and phishing emails, to scammers knocking on the doors of vulnerable people offering to run errands for them or claiming they are there to test them for coronavirus. There is further information at this link 
If you would like to go to Confession or you have had a bereavement and need to organise a funeral please call 020 7226 0257.
PARENTS CAFOD (The Catholic Agency for Oversees Development) is offering a Virtual Children's Liturgy online this Sunday. Details below.
If you are looking for a way to engage your children in the Gospel from home, join CAFOD for their virtual children's liturgy of the word at 10am GMT on Sunday. Register now to take part here.
As public Masses cannot be celebrated at this time, it is generally no longer appropriate for priests to celebrate Mass more than once a day, including on Sundays.  This might mean that some Masses which were to be celebrated for a special intention will now not be celebrated.  In these situations, and only whilst these very exceptional circumstances continue, it might be necessary for a Mass to be celebrated for more than one intention.  Should any member of the faithful who has arranged to have a Mass celebrated for a specific intention not wish to have that intention included with other intentions in what is known as a Collective Intention Mass  s/he should contact the parish office on 020 7226 0257.


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