Mass

Find out more about Mass at St. Bonaventure's

Mass Times

Sunday 20th September
Twenty Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
10.00am Mass (In Church + Instagram Live) Francis Sewell
11.30am Coffee Catch up on Zoom https://zoom.us/j/94974907251
6.00pm Mass For the People of the Parish

Monday 21st September
St Matthew, Apostle
10.00am Mass Kathleen and William Aldridge R.I.P

Tuesday 22nd September
Weekday in Ordinary Time
11.00am Funeral Mass of Francesco Annecca

Wednesday 23rd September
St Pio of Pietrelcina
10.00am Mass
1.00pm Funeral Mass of Mary McGarry

Thursday 24th September
Our Lady of Walsingham
No Mass

Friday 25th September
Weekday in Ordinary Time
12.30pm Mass
1.00pm Confessions – Please arrive by 1.00pm

Saturday 26th September
Our Lady on Saturday
No Mass

HOW TO COME TO MASS
Arrive 20 minutes before Mass starts.
Wear a Face Mask (no entrance without one).
Allow a Steward to show you to your seat.
Please refrain from talking to your friends.
There will be no singing.
The toilets will be unavailable.

Please book to attend a Sunday Mass
Booking link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/st-bonaventures-community-30594843176

Getting a Mass Said

One of a Priest’s most important duties is to pray for his people, and this takes place at its most profound and special of times when a Parish Priest says Mass for his people, and for their intentions. Fr Tom is very happy to offer the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass for your intention.

This will be a Mass during the regular parish schedule,  This could be for a wedding anniversary, the anniversary of a loved one’s death, a special birthday celebration, or a Mass of thanksgiving.

It is customary when asking for a Mass to be said, to make a donation to the Priest.




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