Weekly Newsletter

Our Lady of the Rosary is open for public Mass.

Please continue to follow the guidances of distance, hygiene, and face coverings when attending Mass.

You MUST NOT come to church if you have any covid symptoms, have tested positive, are awaiting test results, or have been asked to self-isolate for any reason.

Please always check the newsletter for the latest information and Mass times.

This week’s newsletter and other relevant documents – 

25th Sunday Ordinary Time 19.9.21

Covid Step 4 – Guidance from 19th July 2021 – please read – 2021.07.15 – Step 4 Guidance – FINAL

Sunday – It is our Day

We are mindful of the certain fact that the Covid-19 virus is still circulating in society. Vaccines provide genuine protection against the worst effects of the virus, yet we recognise the legitimate fear on the part of some who otherwise desire to gather for Holy Mass. It is our continuing judgement, therefore, that it is not possible at the present time for all of the faithful to attend Mass on a Sunday thus fulfilling their duty to God.

It is hoped that it will be possible for all Catholics in England and Wales to fulfil this most important Church precept, that of the Sunday Obligation, by the First Sunday in Advent 2021.

In the meantime, all Catholics are asked to do their best to participate in the celebration of the weekly Sunday Mass and to reflect deeply on the centrality of Sunday worship in the life of the Church.     2021.07.13 – Full Statement – Sunday it is our Day

Saturday 23 October 2021 – Pilgrimage to Walsingham of Reparation and Prayer for the Sanctity of Life

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Previous week’s newsletters and latest relevant documents/links:

Newsletter:  24th Sunday Ordinary Time 12.9.21

2021.04.22 –  Reflection by the Bishops of England and Wales – Day of the Lord

 

 

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