Welcome to the Catholic Parish of
Our Lady of Walsingham
St Cuthbert Mayne
'Holy Father, keep them in Thy name, which Thou hast given me, that they may be one, even as We are one....'
The Ordinariate in this place is a response to Christ's prayer to the Father at the beginning of His Passion; that we may be one, just as He and Father are one. United under one visible head - the Pope - just as He remains our invisible head. We are united in communion with the Church spread throughout the world and very members incorporate of His Mystical Body.
The Holy Spirit moved - and continues to move - Anglicans to petition to be received into full communion with the Holy Catholic Church and all the blessings and graces which that unity bestows. Pope Benedict XVI brought this holy desire to reality with the establishment of the Ordinariates and so brought to fruition that unity for which our Blessed Lord Jesus prayed for and entrusted to His bishops, set within the Catholic Church.
Our Catholic parish belongs to the Ordinariate and works hard to labour in the mission field for the salvation of souls. We make it our special duty to work for for the continuation of the holy desire that our Blessed Lord Jesus' prayer might be realised, that we might be one, just as He and the Father are one.
Sundays: Year B
Weekdays: Year II
Sun 3rd, Advent I, 10am
Mon 4th, Feria, 12pm
Tues 5th, Feria, 9:30am
Weds 6th, Ember Day, 9:30am
Thurs 7th, S Ambrose, 9:30am
Fri 8th, Immaculate Conception, 7pm
Sat 9th, Ember Day, 10am
Sun 10th, Advent II, 10am
Tues-Thurs - 7:50am
Friday-Sunday - 9am
The sacrament of confession is available before every Mass, or by appointment.
Making a Donation
You can help the mission and ministry here at Our Lady of Walsingham by donating via the link below.
Your donation helps provide for the mission of the Catholic Church in this place, in turn helping us fulfil the Great Commission of our Blessed Lord Jesus and working for the building up of the kingdom in our community.
We would value any donation you are able to give, and continue to hold all our benefactors in our prayers.
Please help if you can.
Fr David Lashbrooke