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Sundays: 8am, 9am, 10.30am, Midday, 4pm & 7pm.  Monday-Friday at 12.30pm and 6pm and Saturdays 10am & 6pm (Vigil).

 

The Cardinal has appointed Canon Wilson to support the pastoral ministry at Saint Mary Moorfields in the City, and to continue his work as vocations promoter from there: his last weekend with us will be 9th/10th October and we shall say “goodbye” to him with real sadness. The two years Father Stuart has worked here have been complicated by the pandemic and the necessary curtailment of much of our normal parish life, but we are grateful for all that he has given us of himself and his wisdom and long priestly experience. Our loss is very much Moorfields’ gain.

 

The International Eucharistic Congress which should have been held in Hungary last year will take place in September (in a truncated form). Because many of those who would have hoped to travel to Budapest will not be able to do so there is to be a week of Masses celebrated at Corpus Christi church, Maiden Lane (13th-18th September) culminating in a Eucharistic Procession on Sunday (19th September) which will begin at the Assumption, Warwick Street and come via Farm Street and the Ukrainian Cathedral finishing with Solemn Benediction here in Spanish Place. More details nearer the time but let’s make these events a great (and public) demonstration of our love for Jesus Christ. Visit catholicengland.org.

It was back in the summer of 2019 that The Sixteen first launched their 20th anniversary Choral Pilgrimage programme The Call of Rome, with no idea that a global pandemic would hit before they ever got to perform it. So it is with much joy to announce that Spanish Place will be one of the venues on October 7th, with a double celebration marking both the Choral Pilgrimage‘s deferred 20th anniversary, and a welcome return to live music making. Tickets are available at thesixteen.com.

Enrolment for new sacramental programmes has begun and will close at the beginning of October. Forms are available here and at the back of the church - for those children whose parents wish them to be prepared for First Holy Communion, for those teenagers who are asking for the Sacrament of Confirmation, and for those adults who want to come into closer communion with the Catholic Church (or want to refresh their understating of their faith).

 

In addition to live streaming our 10.30am Sunday Mass (with Choir) and 6pm Weekday Mass, we are live streaming our Saturday Holy Hour, including silent exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and Benediction.