Mass for this Sunday:

Please find below our Sunday Liturgy for praying at home, details of live-streamed Masses and the newsletter for the coming week.

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    Parish giving

    A document sent out earlier this week via WhatsApp and Email about how to support our parishes financially during this time of social distancing.

    Bible Reading

    Download: New Testament in a Year Plan

    NT in a year

    At the beginning of this liturgical year, back at the start of Advent, we gave out a plan to read the whole New Testament in a year with just 2-3 minutes of reading a day. With the current global crisis the ‘Year of the Word’ has somewhat dropped off the radar. However in the reading plan this Monday 18 May we begin reading the Gospel of Luke. There’s no better time to pick up the reading plan again, or for the first time, than at the start of a Gospel. Reading a few minutes of Scripture each day would be a lovely devotion to undertake as family.

    Live-streamed Masses

    As well as praying our Sunday Liturgy we might also watch Mass over the internet or on the TV. You can find Mass at the following places:

    The National Shrine of Our Lady in Walsingham

    9.30am, 12.00 noon and 6.00pm each day.
    The live-stream is 24 hours, with prayers and devotions throughout the day.


    Bishop Patrick McKinney, Bishop’s House Chapel

    10.00am Sunday.
    More events throughout the week, as announced by Bishop Patrick on Twitter @BishopPMcKinney
    Bishop Patrick’s YouTube Channel


    CAFOD Virtual Children’s Liturgy

    Virtual Children’s Liturgy


    Telephone Mass

    10.00am Sunday
    If you know of anyone who does not have internet access please let them know that it is possible to listen to Mass over the phone. St Dominic’s Community, Hinckley, Earl Shilton & Market Bosworth have put in place a broadcast system. The telephone number is 0330 998 1257 quoting access code: 759822#.This does involve making a phone call – the 0330 number is NOT a premium number, it is charged at the normal landline rate and may attract charges depending on your telephone arrangements.