Mass Schedule
Mass Times in Our Church
Monday – Friday: 10 am and 5.35 pm
Saturday: 10 am and Vigil Mass  6 pm
Sunday: 9 am, 10.30 am and 12 noon
Adoration takes place Monday to Saturday from 10.30am – 12.30 pm.
The Rosary is recited weekdays at 5.15 pm. During the month of January we will join together to pray for strength in living with the Corona virus.

The Church is Sanitised daily.

All services can be viewed via the webcam:

Upcoming Events
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03/02/2021 - 11/02/2021, 12:00 am Novena to Our Lady of Lourdes February 3rd to 11th
Gospel Readings
Mass Time
Latest News
Video clip of “Trellis for the Soul” – Martina Lehane Sheehan
Evening Echo write up on St. Joseph’s S.M.A. Wilton
The Wilton Justice Group

Wilton Justice Group 2021

January 15th, 2021|0 Comments

WILTON JUSTICE GROUP   2021 The Wilton Justice Group is a voluntary organization advocating for and raising awareness of

Saint of the Day
  • Saint Vincent of Saragossa

    Legend has it that St. Vincent once stopped by the edge of a vineyard to talk with the men working there and while he was at it, his donkey nibbled at the young vine shoots. Come the next harvest, it was discovered that the vine stock that had been browsed had produced more fruit than all the others. St Vincent’s donkey had invented the art of vine pruning. This is one of the reasons that he is the patron saint of vine dressers; vinegar makers; vintners; wine growers; wine makers. The post Saint Vincent of Saragossa appeared first on uCatholic.

Daily Readings
  • Sat 23 January

    Saturday of week 2 in Ordinary Time, or Saturday memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Catholic News
  • State of emergency declared in CAR

    A state of Emergency has been declared in the Central African Republic as the army and UN forces try to repel advancing rebel groups.

Pope on Twitter

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