Even though public liturgy has now ceased in our churches they remain open for private, individual, prayer – particularly on a Sunday morning. Opening times can be found on the newsletter, along with the intentions of the private Masses being celebrated by Fr John and Fr Jonathan. In visiting our churches at this time, we will observe with great care the practices of hygiene and the guidance on social distancing.

Since the earliest days of Christianity Sunday has marked a special day of prayer in thanksgiving for the resurrection of Christ. This remains the case even though there is no public celebration of the Eucharist. Please find below a liturgy prepared for us to use as families and individuals praying in our own homes this Sunday.

Download: Newsletter 4th Sunday of Lent

Fourth Sunday of Lent 22 March 2020.

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Sunday Liturgy for at Home

Download: Liturgy, 4th Sunday of Lent

4th Sunday of Lent Home Liturgy

Live-streamed Masses

As well as praying our Sunday Liturgy and making a visit to the Blessed Sacrament in Church we might also watch Mass over the internet or on the TV. You can find Mass at the following places:

The National Shrine and Minor Basilica of Our Lady in Walsingham

12.00 noon each day.
www.walsingham.org.uk/live-stream

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Bishop Patrick McKinney, Bishop’s House Chapel

10.00am Sunday.
Bishop Patrick’s YouTube Channel

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Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN)

For those who have Sky you can watch EWTN on your television. Otherwise their daily Mass is recorded and available online.
www.ewtn.com

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CAFOD Virtual Children’s Liturgy

Virtual Children’s Liturgy