Catholic Parish of
the Sacred Heart
Twinned with the Parish of Our Lady Mother
of Sorrows, Aboud, Palestine
Fr Thomas J Walton (Parish Priest)
THE ASSUMPTION OF THE BVM. SOLEMNITY
16th August 2020
In compliance with NHS test and trace ALL parishioners will need to give their names and contact number at every Mass they will attend. The details will be kept for 21 days, and then destroyed.
Your cooperation will be appreciated
To gain access to the newsletter in the usual printed format please click on the NEWS link on the home page of the parish website and then on the word NEWSLETTER at the top of the page.The current newsletter will appear.
The sign of Peace will no longer take place
Holy Communion must be given hand to hand only and social distancing must be maintained with people moving within the space. Communion will be distributed after the final Blessing.
You must leave immediately.
Please be aware if the capacity is all taken up you will not be admitted.
There will be no hymns or use of Mass books.
Instruction for Families
Families may seat together for the Mass but only in extension area. The main body of the church will remain free for individuals.
Children MUST always by accompanied by an adult. They are not to be free to move around the church.
If your child wishes to use toiled please ask steward and a parent must come with child.
Votive candles MUST be lit by steward, to avoid cross contamination.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Sunday Mass at 11am will take place but there will be NO 8am Mass as the whole church,
annexe and hall need to be cleaned after each Mass.
If the weather is fine Fr Tom will hear Confessions outside in the garden before Mass.
The Conference of Bishops for England and Wales suggest that you attend one Mass on any day of the week as the Sunday Mass obligation is still suspended.
The Metropolitan Archbishops of the Catholic Church in England statement
The Catholic Bishops Conference of England and Wales has produced a very useful searchable guide to Masses across the whole county, including East Anglia. It’s easy to search just using your postcode or by selecting a diocese. Narrow down your search results by selecting the Mass Type (Daily, Vigil or Sunday) and you can select from the available languages.
Live Catholic Mass Directory
A number of Catholic radio stations are broadcasting Masses and prayers, music and messages of encouragement available in East Anglia
Parish Office Telephone 01480 462192
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