Mass and services times

Sunday Masses

Saturday evening
5.00pm - St Mary's

Sunday
9.00am - Our Lady and St Hubert's
11.00am - St Wulstan's

St Wulstan's: Work will begin on the 17 January and it may take 3 to 4 weeks to complete. To speed up the process all Masses usually taking place at St Wulstan's will be transferred to Our Lady and St Hubert’s Church, so that it is not necessary to tidy everything away at the end of each day.



Whilst coronavirus is still with us, please remain sensitive to concerns of those who may still be nervous. Face coverings must now be worn in church.



In August 2020 because of 'damage resulting from a long period of deterioration' the Bishop directed that St Charles' Church 'must remain closed for the foreseeable future'. Parishioners of St Charles are welcome to attend the nearby churches of St Mary's, St Wulstan's and St Hubert's




Weekday Masses

Monday
9am - St Wulstan's
10am - St Mary's

Tuesday
9am - Our Lady and St Hubert's
9.30am - St Mary's

Wednesday
8am - St Wulstan's
10am - St Mary's

Thursday
10am - St Mary's

Friday
10am - St Mary's
6pm - St Wulstan's (Latin)

Saturday
10am - St Mary's

Weekday Mass times may sometimes change on account of funerals


Please check the newsletter, for any changes of Mass times.





Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Monday
8am - 8.45am - St Wulstan's
8.45am - 9.45am - St Mary's

Tuesday
8am - 8.45am - Our Lady with St Hubert's
8.15am - 9.15am - St Mary's

Wednesday
8.45am - 9.45am - St Mary's

Thursday
8.45am - 9.45am - St Mary's

Friday
8.45am - 9.45am - St Mary's
5.30pm - 6pm - St Wulstan's




Confessions

Friday
9.15am - St Mary's, followed by Holy Mass at 10am
5.30 - 6pm - St Wulstan's, followed by Holy Mass




Resources for those who can't get to Mass

Online resources
The Diocese of Salford compiled the list of resources to help parishioners who can't get to Mass. This includes information about livestreamed Masses in our Diocese, as well as prayer and liturgical resouces for families. The resource pack is available here.

Prayers during a time of 'flu and illness'

Universalis
A lot of people have found Universalis very useful. It has daily Mass readings, reflection about the feast or saint of the day and the prayer of the Church, which is offered daily by all the clergy, religious and many of the lay faithful around the world.

 
 


Contact details

Parish priest: Fr Ian Farrell
Phone: 07546 852229
Email: ian.farrell@dioceseofsalford.org.uk

Parish secretary: Catherine Peet
Phone: 01254 884211
Email: catherine.peet@dioceseofsalford.org.uk

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