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A Zoom mass is offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9am. A mass on Sundays will be offered at 10am via Zoom. The mass in the main church will be at 11am and in the Presbytery Garden at 12 noon. Numbers in the church are limited to 16 units (a five foot space on a pew. the unit could be an individual, a couple or a small family. Please book a place using the Events tab on this website. There is also a Garden mass 12 noon. For this there are nine units of space and four smaller units of two chairs each.
If you have requests for intentions, please email them to him the previous day at email@example.com.
There will be no pastoral visits by the parish priest who is himself self-isolating to people who are self-isolating until that period ends.
Baptism are by arrangement with the parish priest and are not during the mass..
First Reconciliation and First Communion is deferred until the autumn.
Confirmation is deferred.
Matrimony should be deferred. .
The sacrament of reconciliation will be subject to special arrangements and should be made by arrangement with the parish priest on his mobile 07399805360.
Funerals will be at the graveside or crematorium subject local rules and conditions of the cemetery or crematorium authorities. Fr Bill is unable to conduct such ceremonies because of the restrictions related to age but will help with the arrangements if necessary.
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