Mass Schedule
Masses that can be viewed via the Webcam
Weekdays: 10:00 am, 05:35 pm
Saturday: 10 am
Saturday Vigil: 6 pm
Sundays: 10.30 am and 12 noon
Feast of The Assumption – Saturday 15th August
10 am and 12 noon

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Safety guidelines for the resumption of community celebration of masses – from 29th June 2020.

  • Masses at weekends
  • Saturday: 10 am and 6 pm Vigil Mass
  • Sunday: 10.30 am and 12 noon and also the 10 am Mass on weekdays.
  • Weekdays: 10 am and 5.35 pm
  • Sanitation of the Church is necessary for each Mass. At least 6 people from the Congregation will be needed for this task. We therefore urgently seek volunteers at each Mass for this and other necessary safety measures.

Volunteers can give their name and details at ticket collection or by email at

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