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1 DIOCESE OF NORTHAMPTON Diocesan Directory 2022

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3 SUB TUUM PRAESIDIUM THE DIOCESE OF NORTHAMPTON (Province of Westminster) Consisting of the counties of Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire, and that part of Berkshire (formerly in Buckinghamshire) that lies to the north of the River Thames PATRONS OF THE DIOCESE: 1. Our Blessed Lady Immaculate (8 th December) 11. St Thomas of Canterbury (29 th December) Registered Charity No Front Cover: Front Bishop Cover: David s Pope Francis Ordina on greeting as Bishop the Bishop of Northampton; on 28 September New Northampton 2018 during Diocesan the Official Centre; Visit Broadcas ng of the Bishops during of England the Pandemic Wales 1

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5 Contents Bishop David's Coat of Arms 4 Foreword Foreword History of the Diocese Diocese...12 Clergy Clergy and Religious...29 Religious Orders 43 Religious Orders...43 Pastoral Areas 46 Pastoral Areas...46 Parishes 49 Parishes Schools Schools Chaplaincies Chaplaincies Statistics Statistics Obituaries Ordination 89 Obituaries...88 Shrine of the Relic Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe 90 Ordination...89 Ordo 91 Shrine Parish of Locator the Relic Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe Ordo Advertiser...91 Index 144 Prayer Calendar Parish Locator Advertiser Index Parishes Religious Clergy Diocese Ordo Statistics Chaplaincies Schools 3

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7 Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, During the autumn weeks, many parish communities were catching up with events which had been delayed because of the pandemic restrictions. There were sacramental initiation celebrations, marriages, and the general business of life edging towards getting back to normal. We need to have done this. There is also a sense of anxiety still about the virus. The fourth wave is sweeping across Europe and there are rumours of new variants of concern. This apocalyptic language is still very new to us. And there is an understandable fear about the days ahead. There was also something else for me to ponder. Last November, seventy people gathered in our Cathedral Centre for a Mission Conference. It was both visionary and practical. There was hope in the air! The following week, a bishop was telling me of how many Catholic families were moving from London to the Luton and Bedford areas. In the language of some, this is surely "low lying fruit! What are we doing to welcome these families and to help them make a home in our communities of faith? I am very pleased to introduce our new diocesan directory for My thanks to Neil Roseman and those who have worked with him to produce this. In the way of these things, some of the data will be outdated by the end of this year! We are beginning to move things around, to plan for the future, to look at how we can be a more effective missionary diocese. The process involved in the journey towards the 2023 Synod of Bishops, For a Synodal Church: communion, participation and mission certainly picks up on some of these themes. Indeed, to my mind, the journey does not end when we submit our diocesan report to the Bishops Conference. We need to make this process of gracious listening and gracious speaking a part of our way of doing what we do as the local church here in the Northampton Diocese. And so back to the data. You will notice there is now a resident priest in Thrapston again. More schools are joining the Multi Academy Trusts. Mission Northampton and Caritas Northampton are opening up avenues of support and encouragement across the Diocese. There is a lot to celebrate! My sincere gratitude to the many across our Diocese who do so much and so generously give of themselves in service of others. Yours devotedly in Christ, FOREWORD David 5

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9 THE DIOCESE A BRIEF HISTORY The Catholic Faith first came to Britain in Roman times. St Alban, our first martyr, probably suffered in the year A.D Three bishops from Britain attended the Council at Arles in A.D In 597 St Augustine came from Rome to convert the pagan Angles, Saxons and Jutes who had invaded and settled in Britain after the departure of the Romans. His work of conversion was concentrated largely in the kingdoms of Kent and Essex. It was not until some thirty-eight years later that the area covered by our present diocese received the Christian message, with the arrival of the missionary St Birinus and the foundation of his see at Dorchester on Thames in 636. But the real evangelization of the people who dwelt in our district, the Middle Angles, was achieved through the labours of missionaries from the isle of Lindisfarne, off the Northumbrian coast. Notable among them was St Chad, whose see, established at Lichfield in 669, included the present diocese of Northampton. Diocese A few years later, to meet local needs, Archbishop Theodore of Canterbury divided the Mercian see of Lichfield and founded the diocese of Leicester for the Middle Angles. There it remained until the ninth century when the disruption of the Scandinavian invasions necessitated its transference to the safer original site at Dorchester on Thames. With a major reorganisation of the diocesan system in the Norman period, the ancient see of Dorchester was brought to an end. In 1072, Remigius, its last bishop, was translated to Lincoln, in which jurisdiction the territory of the present diocese remained for many centuries. From the time of the Reformation until 1850, Catholic Dioceses ceased to exist in Britain. As a result of heroic sacrifice by clergy and laity alike the Faith remained alive and from 1685 to 1850 was governed by Vicars Apostolic, who reported to the Cardinal Prefect of the Roman Congregation of Propaganda Fidei. On 29 September 1850 by Letters Apostolic, issued by Pope Pius IX, the English Hierarchy was restored, and the diocese of Northampton came into being. On 13 March 1976, by the decree Quod Ecumenicum, Pope Paul Vl formed the diocese of East Anglia for the Counties of Cambridge, Norfolk and Suffolk. The territory left to the diocese of Northampton covers Bedfordshire, the old county of Buckinghamshire including the Slough area, and Northamptonshire. 7

10 History of the Diocese Diocese BISHOPS These are the past bishops who have had charge of the diocese: Rt Rev William Wareing Born London 16 February Ordained Priest 28 September Taught at Oscott and Sedgley. Priest at Cresswell (Staffs), Grantham, and Stamford. April 1838, Vice-President of Oscott. 1840, Vicar Apostolic of the Eastern District. 21 September 1840, consecrated Bishop of Aristopolis. Made Bishop of Northampton Retired February 1858 as Bishop of Retimo. Died 26 December 1865 at East Bergholt, Suffolk, and is buried there. Rt Rev Francis Kerril Amherst Born in London 21 March Ordained Priest 6 June Joined the third order of St. Dominic. Taught at Oscott. Priest at Stafford. Consecrated Bishop of Northampton 4 July Assistant to the Pontifical Throne Established the orphanage at Shefford. Resigned as Bishop of Northampton 2 April Appointed Apostolic Administrator until 9 September Appointed Titular Bishop of Sozusa, 27 July Died at Fieldgate, Kenilworth, 21 August Buried in Northampton Cathedral. Rt Rev Arthur Grange Riddell Born 15 September 1836 at Paris. Ordained Priest 2 September Curate at Hull, then Parish Priest at Scarborough. Consecrated Bishop of Northampton 9 June Founded many new missions in the Diocese, and a Seminary; active for Catholic education. Died at Northampton, 15 September Buried in the Northampton Cemetery, possibly later reburied outside Northampton Cathedral. Rt Rev Frederick William Keating DD Born in Birmingham 13 June Ordained Priest 20 October Taught at Olton, Marston Green Children s Home, and Oscott. 1887, Vice-Rector at Olton Priest at Wednesbury Administrator at St. Chad's Cathedral, Birmingham. Consecrated Bishop 25 February Commissioned by the Government to lecture in America in World War 1. Translated to Liverpool as Metropolitan and Archbishop, 13 June Died 7 February Buried at Upholland, Lancs. Rt Rev Dudley Charles Cary-Elwes Born at Nice, 5 February Ordained Priest 30 May Priest at Peterborough and Luton and Diocesan Inspector of Schools. Consecrated Bishop 15 December Began Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes. Died 1 May 1932 Buried at Great Billing, Northampton, his family home. 8

11 History of the Diocese Rt Rev Laurence Youens Born at High Wycombe 14 December Ordained Priest, 3 June 1901 at Choubrah (Egypt). Joined Society of African Missions. Taught at Zagazi (Egypt). 1902, returned to England. Curate at High Wycombe, then Rector of Shefford Boys' Home. Consecrated Bishop 25 July Restored the Shrine of Our Lady at Walsingham. Died at Northampton 14 November Buried at Belmont Abbey, Hereford. Diocese Rt Rev Thomas Leo Parker MA Born at Sutton Coldfield, 21 December Ordained Priest 29 May Bishop's Secretary for Salford Diocese until 1936 then Priest at Higher Broughton. Active for Catholic Education and a member of the B.B.C. Religious Affairs Committee. Domestic Prelate, February 1941, consecrated Bishop. Extended the Cathedral. Present at Vatican II. 1966, appointed Assistant to the Pontifical Throne. Retired to Fox Den (Burnham) 17 January 1967 as Bishop of Magarmel. Died 25 March Buried in the Cathedral. Rt Rev Charles Alexander Grant M A., LCL Born Cambridge 25 October Ordained Priest 16 June Priest for Cambridge, Ely and Kettering. 1955, Vicar General 1960, Monsignor. 25 April 1961, Auxiliary Bishop. Consecrated Bishop, 26 April Spoke at Vatican 11 on poverty and the immorality of weapons of mass destruction. Worked for international justice and the combating of poverty. Retired 1982 to Kiln Green, Reading). Died 24 April 1989.Buried at Woburn Sands. In 1976 the diocese was divided and the Diocese of East Anglia was formed. Bishop Clark (Auxiliary Bishop ) was its first Bishop. Rt Rev Francis Gerard Thomas STL Born Stone, Staffs. 29 May Ordained Priest 5 June Priest at Leamington Spa, then further studies, Rome. 1959, taught theology at Oscott. 1968, Rector. 1979, Parish Priest at Newcastle under Lyme. 29 September 1982, ordained Bishop of Northampton. Active in the Ecumenical movement. Initiated the Diocesan Assembly. Died 25 December 1988 aged 58. Buried at Great Billing. Rt Rev Patrick Leo McCartie Born in West Hartlepool 5 September Ordained priest, 17 July Priest at Coventry, Cotton College, Birmingham, Wolverhampton and Wednesbury. Ordained Auxiliary Bishop in Birmingham, 20 May Installed as Bishop of Northampton, 19 March Formed the Diocesan Pastoral Council, promoted the Diocesan Education Service centred in Milton Keynes, re-ordered the Cathedral and encouraged the annual Schools Mass. Retired May Died on 23 April Buried at Great Billing. 9

12 History of the Diocese Diocese Rt Rev Kevin John Patrick McDonald BA,STL,STD Born Stoke-on-Trent, 18 August Ordained priest, 20 July , Priest at Stourbridge. 1976, taught moral theology at Oscott. 1985, worked at Pontifical Council for Christian Unity and became Monsignor, Parish priest, Sparkhill, Rector of Oscott, Ordained Bishop of Northampton 2 May Commenced 'Build my Church' programme. Translated to Southwark as Metropolitan and Archbishop, 8 December Retired Rt Rev Peter John Haworth Doyle Born in Wilpshire, near Blackburn, Lancashire, on 3rd May Ordained priest in St John s Cathedral, Portsmouth on 8th June Thereafter, Bishop Peter worked in parishes in the Diocese of Portsmouth assistant priest at St. Joseph s, Copnor , assistant priest at St. Edward s, Windsor , administrator at St. John s Cathedral, Portsmouth , parish priest at St. Joseph s, Maidenhead , and parish priest at St. Peter s, Winchester and also at St. Gregory s, Alresford from He was a member of the Council of Priests, a Consultor and a member of the Cathedral Chapter and from 2001 a member of the Bishop s Council and a Vicar General. He was also Dean of Portsmouth and of Winchester, chaired various school Governing bodies, and was Chairman of the Diocesan Schools Commission and the Diocesan Religious Education Council. Ordained the twelfth Bishop of Northampton at the Cathedral of Our Lady Immaculate and St Thomas of Canterbury on 28th June Retired as Bishop of Northampton in

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14 Diocese THE BISHOP Rt Rev Dr David James Oakley, Bishop of Northampton Born in Stourbridge, in the West Midlands: 28 November 1955 Ordained priest in St Dunstan's, Kings Heath, Birminghamn: 5 July 1980 Ordained 13th Bishop of Northampton in the Cathedral of Our Lady Immaculate and St Thomas of Canterbury: 19 March 2020 RESIDENCE Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW Telephone: bishopssecretary@northamptondiocese.com BISHOP'S SECRETARY Mrs Lorna Heron bishopssecretary@northamptondiocese.com BISHOP'S PRIVATE SECRETARY Fr James Evans bishopsprivatesecretary@northamptondiocese.com BISHOP EMERITUS Rt Rev Peter Doyle, 12th Bishop of Northampton Grange Road, Alresford, Hampshire, SO24 9HB. peterdoyle2020@gmail.com VICAR GENERAL AND CHANCELLOR Rev Canon Michael Harrison 71 Occupation Road, Corby, NN17 1EE. Telephone: vicargeneral@northamptondiocese.org Rev Brendan Seery Bishop s House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW Telephone: chancellor@northamptondiocese.org 12

15 BISHOPS COUNCIL VICAR GENERAL: Rev Canon Michael Harrison Diocese Episcopal Vicar for the Servant King Vicariate: Episcopal Vicar for the Prophet Vicariate: Episcopal Vicar for the Priest Vicariate: Rev Christopher Perry Rev Simon Penhalagan Rev Andrew Richardson CURIAL STRUCTURE We believe that Christ was sent by the Father to establish the Kingdom of God. The Church exists to continue this divine work in our world today and the Bishop exercises the threefold offices of Christ as Priest, Prophet and Servant-King. The following structure has been introduced as an episcopal structure to enable our Christ-centred work to be clearly seen as directed towards mission, as a sign of the office that has been entrusted to Bishop David. Our curial agencies and departments work in collaboration with the bishop, and carry out their work in such a way as it clearly observes that we are mission-conscious in everything we do. In order to be effective in our mission, Bishop David has divided our diocesan curia into three groupings or vicariates; priest, prophet and servant-king. These vicariates are led by three episcopal vicars; Frs Andrew Richardson, Simon Penhalagan and Christopher Perry. The episcopal vicars as the bishops council will support the bishop and vicar general, Canon Michael Harrison in keeping the focus on the need to build a missionconscious vision for our diocese. To articulate this vision, we go back to the source, to do what we are called to do, To proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ and build the Kingdom of God in Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Slough. 13

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17 SERVANT KING VICARIATE Episcopal Vicar: Rev Christopher Perry Tel: Diocese DIOCESAN FINANCE BOARD AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES President: The Bishop of Northampton Members: The Bishop of Northampton Rev Canon Michael Harrison (VG) Rev Canon Anthony Brennan John Peachey Peter Commons Andrew Clutterbuck Secretary to the Trustees: Mr Tony McNiff, LLB, FCA, FCILT. Bishop s House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW THE DIOCESAN CURIA Rev Christopher Perry (EV) Rev Canon Dr Brendan Killeen Rev Dcn Crispin Walkling Lee Kathy Goodwin Oliver Larkin Margaret Cripps Main Address: Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW Tel: enquiries@northamptondiocese.org CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER Tony McNiff LLB, FCA, FCILT, c/o Bishops House Tel: Mob: coo@northamptondiocese.com DIOCESAN FINANCE OFFICE Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW Tel: Office Hours: Mon to Fri: 9.00am to 5.00pm Invoices to: admin@nrcdfinance.com Accounts Manager: Majella Meehan majella@nrcdfinance.com Accounts Assistant: Leigh-Ann Gamble leighann@nrcdfinance.com Finance Assistant: Trudie Warner trudie@nrcdfinance.com Financial Accountant: Chris Nzekwe chris@nrcdfinance.com 15

18 Diocese HUMAN RESOURCES BISHOP'S HOUSE, MARRIOTT STREET, NORTHAMPTON NN2 6AW ALL HR ENQUIRIES THROUGH HR AND FINANCE ADMINISTRATOR HR and Finance Administrator: Angela Madge. Tel: INFORMATION MANAGEMENT This includes the roles of Archivist and Data Protection Manager Prespective researchers and enquiriers should write to Brin Dunsire (Information Manager) at Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW Information Technology: Ovidiu Serbanescu DIOCESAN PROPERTY SERVICES Chair of the Trustees Property Committee: Rev Christopher Perry Property Coordinator: Vacant Tel: Diocesan Surveyor: David Wilson. Tel: Mob: Fire & Electrical Safety: Gareth Derham. Office: Mob: HEALTH AND SAFETY Good health and safety practice is the responsibility of us all. The Health and Safety Policy and Manual issued by the Diocese has been approved by the Diocesan Trustees. It has been created in line with current legislation and regulations, guidance from the Diocesan subcommittee and advice from external experts. At parish level the priest holds responsibility for Health and Safety, but in many cases will call upon the assistance of volunteer(s) to help achieve practical implementation. The Diocesan Health and Safety Consultants are Mentor Services and they can be contacted on Our client number is (this number would need to be quoted in any enquiry) 16

19 DIOCESAN TRIBUNAL All correspondence to be addressed to: Tribunal Office, Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW. Officialis: Rev Canon Dr Brendan Killeen, BSc, STB, MA, JCL, MCL, PhD Tribunal Administrator: Miss Wendy Scott Vice-Officialis: Rev Canon John Koenig, JCL Judges: Rev Canon Seamus Keenan Rev Canon John McArdle, STB, JCL, MCL Dr. Helen Costigane, SHCJ, MA, MTh, MA (can law), JCD, PhD Dr David Blackwell, MA (can law), JCL, PhD Defenders of the Bond: Rev Dr James Cassidy CRIC, STL, JCL, PhD Promoter of Justice: Rev Dr James Cassidy CRIC, STL, JCL, PhD Canonical Secretary: Sr. Ellen Burke, DHS Auditors: Deacon M. Fleming, M. Berry, V. Corben, M. Fernandez, F. Harrison, H. Mulgrove, A. Reddin, P. Sefton LLB, N. Stokes Secretaries: Mrs Christine Larder & Mrs Janice Vint Diocese EDUCATION NORTHAMPTON DIOCESAN EDUCATION SERVICE 33 Westbourne Road, Luton LU4 8JD. Tel: x Secretary: Ann Collon Office Hours: Monday to Friday 9am-4pm For monthly Education News and the Catechist Newsletter contact office. Director of Schools: Mrs Collette Curtis. Tel : x5 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Adviser for Primary RE: Ms Anne-Marie McIntosh. mcintosh@nores.org.uk Tel: x7 Adviser for Secondary RE and Theological Formation. S48 Inspection Co-ordinator: Dr Paul McHugh. mchugh@nores.org.uk Tel : x6 Catholic Certificate in Religious Studies: Mr Stephen O Brien. obrien@nores.org.uk Tel x8 SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES Schools Officer: Mrs Debbie Main. main@nores.org.uk Tel : x2 17

20 Diocese TRUSTEES EDUCATION SUB-COMMITTEE Members: Margaret Cripps, Peter Commons, Deacon Crispin Walkin-Lea DUNS SCOTUS TRUST - supporting academies in the Diocese Members - John Rogers; Christopher Rooke; Melanie Kavanagh, Brian Greene, Peter Commons Our Catholic Schools Week: 4 th -10 th October 2021 Schools Mass: To be advised Our Schools Sunday: 10 th October 2021 Diocesan Pastoral Centre, 33 Westbourne Road, Luton LU4 8JD Conference facilities available for day use for groups of up to 40 people and with a hall that can accommodate people. Tel: admin@nores.org.uk SAFEGUARDING ADVISORY BOARD The Safeguarding Advisory Board is established to provide independent and professional advice and expertise to the Safeguarding department staff and the Safeguarding Subcommittee. A volunteer body made up of representatives of the statutory agencies and other professionals skilled in safeguarding matters from within the Diocese. The Advisory Board meets quarterly to consider safeguarding issues and to advise the Safeguarding Coordinator and the Bishop accordingly. Chair: Hugh Williams c/o Safeguarding Office, Bishops House Advisory Board Members: Hugh Williams; Neil Roseman; Kathy Franklin; Glen Bowen; Paul James; Rev Dcn Peter Collins; Marie Gresswell; Rebecca Breed. SAFEGUARDING OFFICE PASTORAL SERVICES This office advises on all aspects of safeguarding within the Diocese in respect of ministry with vulnerable groups and provides welfare support and advice to clergy. Safeguarding Coordinator: Danielle Dixon Address: Safeguarding Office, Bishops House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW Tel: Mob: safeguarding@northamptondiocese.com Safeguarding Support Officer: Lorraine Elks Address: Safeguarding Office, Bishop s House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW Tel: Mob: safeguardingadmin@northamptondiocese.com Clergy Advisor for Safeguarding: Rev Andrew Behrens Address: 22 Park Avenue North, Northampton NN3 2HS Tel: priest@stgregory.org.uk 18

21 Chair of the Safeguarding Sub Committee for Safeguarding: Father Brendan Killeen. Tel: STATUTORY BODY Diocese HISTORIC CHURCHES COMMITTEE Chairman: Mgr Seán Healy (VG) Artistic Input Rev John Danford Arts and Architecture Rev John McArdle Liturgical Commission Miss Liz Clark Practising Chartered Surveyor Mr David Raleigh Chief Executive Officer Mr Tony McNiff Religious Rev Roy Karakkattu MSFS Council of Priests Awaiting appointment Representatives of English Heritage, Joint Amenities and Local Planning Authorities are invited to attend. 19

22 Diocese PROPHET VICARIATE Episcopal Vicar: Rev Simon Penhalagan Tel: COMMUNICATIONS Our diocesan communications coordinate and organise all diocesan communications, liaising with diocesan departments and individuals to formulate communication plans. They manage the varied communications platforms and are a point of contact for media enquiries. The Director of Communications is also the point of contact for media requests for Bishop David Oakley and all communications from the Bishop s office. Diocesan Director of Communications: Neil Roseman Tel: communications@northamptondiocese.com Diocesan All content and website enquiries should be referred to the Director of Communications YOUTH MINISTRY NORTHAMPTON YOUTH MINISTRY OFFICE NYMO is the Youth Ministry Department of the Diocese of Northampton. Ministering to young people aged years and young adult up the age of 35 years. They support parish and pastoral area youth ministers through training and development opportunities and strategic consultancy. They support local youth ministry through diocesan events such as the LUX residential weekend, Blaze confirmation day, leadership programs, pilgrimages, World Youth Day and supporting national youth events. There are many regular opportunities for young adults which can be found on the website. They are also the creators of NYMO ONLINE, an online ministry to young people available through the YouTube RE Centre, 33 Westbourne Road, Luton LU4 8JD Tel: info@nymo.org Chairman: Rev Simon Penhalagan Youth Ministry Coordinator: Jay Caracciolo. jay@nymo.org Administrator and Event Coordinator: Fiona Murphy. fiona@nymo.org Parish and Local Area Youth Ministers Corby Area: Rick Netherwood corby@parishyouthministry.org.uk 20

23 PASTORAL MINISTRY OFFICE Chairman: Rev Francis Higgins, 1 Langcliffe Drive, Heelands, Milton Keynes MK13 7PL Tel: francis@mk-cluster.co.uk Pastoral Ministry Advisor: Avril Baigent, Pastoral Ministry Office, Damien House, Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, 23 High Street, Great Missenden HP16 9AA Tel: avril@northamptondiocese.com Pastoral Ministry Advisory Group: Rev Canon Francis Higgins; Rev Canon Tony Brennan; Canon Kevin O Driscoll; Rev Joseph Udoh; Rev Dcn Jim Hannigan; Sam Canning; Steve O Brien; Joanna Hale Lay Ministry Formation Fund This is a special fund set aside from the Together in Faith appeal to give grants to lay people in active ministry wanting to expand their faith, from local education courses in flower arranging and book keeping, to Certificates in theology, catechesis and more. For more information see The committee meets four times a year to assess applications. Lay Formation Fund Application Committee: Rev Francis Higgins; Peter Commons (Together in Faith Stewardship Committee); Alex Heath (MISSION NORTHAMPTON); Avril Baigent Diocese COMMISSIONS LITURGY COMMISSION RE and Pastoral Centre, 33 Westbourne Road, Luton LU4 8JD Tel: liturgy@northamptondiocese.org President: Bishop of Northampton Chair: Mgr Kevin McGinnell The role of the Commission is to be; advisory to the Bishop, active in necessary formation and instrumental in diocesan liturgies. The Commission is formed of four departments, the members of which co-opt others as the need arises. Pastoral Rites: Mgr Kevin McGinnell (Chair), Canon Mark Floody, Fathers Gerard Byrne, Andrew Coy, James Evans Music: Jane Porter (Chair), Helen Murphy, Katharine Peddie, Teresa Brown Liturgical Formation: Mgr Kevin McGinnell (Chair), Fathers Andrew Behrens, Allan Jones CRIC. Liz Clark, Deacon Peter Collins Art and Architecture: Rev John McArdle (Chair) CATHEDRAL LITURGIES CELEBRATED BY THE BISHOP Rite of Election 6 March 2022, 3pm Palm Sunday, Holy Week and Easter Sunday Liturgies including below: Chrism Mass 14 April 2022, 11am Pentecost Sunday Confirmation Mass at 5.15pm Christmas Midnight Mass 21

24 Diocese Spirituality Network: For Spiritual Direction enquiries: Rev Canon John Udris DIOCESAN INTER-FAITH CO-ORDINATOR Sr Maire Hayes DHS, 126 Richmond Hill, Luton LU2 7JQ Tel: JUSTICE AND PEACE COMMISSION The principal role of the Justice & Peace Commission is to advise and inform the Bishop, and to help him promote prayer and action for Justice and Peace in the Diocese. The aims of the Commission are: to support the work of the diocesan Co-ordinator to encourage and support groups to plan programmes and strategy The Commission seeks to be a visible sign for Justice and Peace in the Diocese and wider community. Our work is based on Gospel Values and Catholic Social Teaching. We are currently promoting Fairtrade, with the aim of becoming a Fairtrade Diocese. 42 Parishes are registered as Fairtrade Parishes in our Diocese. The Commission is made up of members from Parishes all over the Diocese. Anyone is welcome to join. We meet approximately three times a year at St Mary s Church, Dunstable to discuss Diocesan Justice and Peace issues, swap ideas and knowledge. We hold regular events including a Diocesan Conference. For all other information please contact the Diocesan Co-ordinator: Diocesan Coordinator: Rev Canon Anthony Brennan, St Mary s, 82 West Street, Dunstable LU6 1NY. Tel: stmarysdunstable@aol.com Diocesan Ecumenical Officer: Awaiting Appointment ECUMENICAL COMMISSION President: Bishop of Northampton Chair: Sr Helen Haigh, Convent of Jesus & Mary, Thornton MK17 0HJ Tel: haigh.hm70@gmail.com Secretary: Awaiting Appointment Other Members: Rev Mgr Seán Healy; Teresa Brown; Anita Nancollas; Pauline Gray; Rev Dcn Peter Remmington; Sr Zoe Davis OSB COUNTY ECUMENICAL OFFICERS Beds: Vacant. ct.beds@gmail.com Berks: Mrs Louise Cole. Tel: ctberks@sky.com Northants: Rev Stuart Jenkins. Tel: stuartjenkins@shireandsoke.org.uk Milton Keynes: Rev Canon John Robertson (Mission Development Officer) 22

25 Office: Mission Partnership Office, Foundation House, The Square, Aylesbury Street, Wolverton, Milton Keynes MK12 5HX Tel: BISHOP'S HOSPITAL ADVISOR Avril Baigent, Pastoral Ministry Office, Damien House, 23 High Street, Great Missenden HP16 9AA. Tel: CATHOLIC HANDICAPPED CHILDREN'S FELLOWSHIP Priest with Responsibility and Chair: Rev Canon Kevin O'Driscoll, 226 Trelawney Avenue, Langley, Slough SL3 7UD. Tel: Chalet Booking Secretary and Vice Chair: Sean Ballantyne. Tel: Secretary: Cliona Devereux. Tel: Treasurer: Ted Leather, address as above. Tel: ST THOMAS A BECKET FOUNDATION For all information please contact Rev Canon Kevin O'Driscoll, Holy Family, 226 Trelawney Avenue, Langley, Slough SL3 7UD. Tel: MARRIAGE AND FAMILY LIFE Annual Diocesan Marriage Celebration Coordinators: Eamonn and Paola Mcmorrow. mfl@northamptondiocese.com Marriage and Family Life Commission Chair: Samantha Canning. marriageandfamily@northamptondiocese.org Secretary: Lewis Canning (Chiltern PA St Columba s) Marriage and Family Life Members: Brian Emmanuel (Milton Keynes PA St Thomas Aquinas and All Saints, Bletchley); Joanna and Paul Hale (Chiltern PA Immaculate Heart of Mary); Rev Dcn Mick O Leary (Northampton South & West PA St Patrick s, Duston); Nigel and Rose Stokes (North Northants PA St Edward s, Kettering); Rev Joseph Udoh MSP (South Bucks PA St John Henry Newman) Diocese DIOCESAN PILGRIMAGE TO LOURDES DATE TO BE CONFIRMED Director: Rev Dcn Michael Fleming, 22 Lavant Walk, Parklands, Northampton NN3 6EL Tel: mvf@btinternet.com Secretary: Mr Michael Carter, Well Cottage, Moor Lane, Downley, High Wycombe HP13 5YW. Tel: Northampton@catholicassociation.co.uk DIOCESAN PILGRIMAGE TO WALSINGHAM DATE TO BE CONFIRMED Director: Rev Dcn Michael Fleming, 22 Lavant Walk, Parklands, Northampton NN3 6EL Tel: mvf@btinternet.com Pilgrimage Coordinator: Pilgrim Bureau, Friday Market, Walsingham, Norfolk NR6 6EG. Tel: / Fax: pilgrimage@walsingham.org.uk. 23

26 Diocese CARITAS NORTHAMPTON Caritas Northampton are responsible for the promotion, establishment and support of the social outreach projects across the diocese. Working alongside the many wonderful groups within our parishes who serve the needs of those on the fringes. Address: The St Thomas Centre, Northampton Cathedral, Kingsthorpe Road, Northampton, NN2 6AG Director of Caritas Northampton: Deacon Jim Hannigan Caritas Northampton Administrator : Nyta Hirons caritas@northamptondiocese.org Phone: MISSION NORTHAMPTON Mission Northampton Provides mission-related services in evangelisation and catechesis focused on making missionary disciples who are equipped and empowered to lovingly proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ. Address: The St Thomas Centre, Northampton Cathedral, Kingsthorpe Road, Northampton, NN2 6AG Director of Mission Northampton: Fr Simon Penhalagan (EV) Mission Northampton Administrator: Nyta Hirons mission@northamptondiocese.org Phone: Advisor for Adult Faith Formation, Catechesis and Chaplaincy: Alex Heath alex.mission@northamptondiocese.org Northampton Project Coordinator: Fr David Donaghue frdavid.mission@northamptondiocese.org 24

27 PRIEST VICARIATE Episcopal Vicar: Rev Andrew Richardson Tel: Diocese CONSULTATIVE BODIES CATHEDRAL CHAPTER (erected 24 June 1852) AND COLLEGE OF CONSULTORS Provost: Rev Canon Seán Healy Canons: Revv Kevin O'Driscoll (Canon Theologian); John Udris (Canon Penitentiary); Bennie Noonan (Secretary); Seamus Keenan; Mark Floody (Canon Precentor); Michael Harrison; Brendan Killeen; John Beirne; Anthony Brennan; Francis Higgins Honorary Canons: Revv John Koenig; Bosco Clarke; John McArdle; Joseph Walsh COUNCIL OF PRIESTS President: The Bishop of Northampton Vicar General: Rev Canon Michael Harrison Chair: Rev Canon Tony Brennan Members: Revv John Danford; Andrew Behrens; Canon Kevin O Driscoll; Canon Dr Brendan Killeen; Mgr Kevin McGinnell; Canon Bennie Noonan; Canon Francis Higgins; Canon Seamus Keenan; Pius Amoako; Benedetto D Autilia; Canon John Beirne; Gerard Byrne. COUNCIL OF DEACONS Formation Team: Rev Canon Francis Higgins; Rev Dcn Mick O Leary Deacons South: Brin Dunsire; John Sillitoe; Middle: Klaus Reidel; Tony Falcon; North: Peter Griffin; Peter Remmington VICAR FOR RELIGIOUS Sr Monica Matthews SHCJ. Tel: mamatthewsshcj@gmail.com CLERGY WELFARE CARE AND FORMATION OF CLERGY On-Going Clergy Formation: RE and Pastoral Centre, 33 Westbourne Road, Luton LU4 8JD Tel: ogf@northamptondiocese.org Monsignor Kevin McGinnell, Canons John Udris, Tony Brennan; Father Brendan Seery, Deacon Mick O Leary 25

28 Diocese Clergy Welfare Coordinator: Madeleine West, Clergy Welfare Office, Bishop s House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW Tel: Mob: maddysgw@northamptondiocese.com DIOCESAN VOCATIONS TEAM Chairman: The Bishop of Northampton Vocations Director: Rev Andy Richardson, 24 Freshwater Close, Luton LU3 3TA Tel: vocationsdirector@northamptondiocese.org Other Members: Canon Mark Floody; Rev Jonathan Hill; Rev Simon Penhalagan; Rev David Donaghue DIOCESAN DIRECTOR OF THE PERMANENT DIACONATE Rev Canon Francis Higgins, 1 Langcliffe Drive, Heelands, Milton Keynes MK13 7PL Tel: francis@mk-cluster.co.uk Assistants: Rev Dcn Mick O Leary. mickandchris@mypostoffice.co.uk; Mrs Helen Burgess. diaconateformation@northamptondiocese.org REGISTRAR FOR DECEASED CLERGY c/o Bishop s House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW Tel: bishopssecretary@northamptondiocese.com DIOCESAN STUDENTS FOR THE PRIESTHOOD AND THE PERMANENT DIACONATE DIOCESAN VOCATIONS TEAM Vocations Director: Rev Andy Richardson, 24 Freshwater Close, Luton LU3 3TA Tel: vocationsdirector@northamptondiocese.org Promoter of Vocations: Rev Jonathan Hill, 24 Amersham Hill, High Wycombe HP13 6NZ Tel: Diocesan Director of the Permanent Diaconate: Rev Francis Higgins, 1 Langcliffe Drive, Heelands, Milton Keynes MK13 7PL. Tel: Assistants: Rev Dcn Mick O Leary. mickandchris@mypostoffice.co.uk Mrs Helen Burgess. helen.c.mcgowan@btinternet.com 26

29 STUDENTS FOR THE PRIESTHOOD At St Martin de Porrs Parish, Luton Rev Liam Castle Diaconal Placement SS Philip & James, Bedford At St Mary s College, Oscott, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands Deacon Jithu James Year 6 Cathedral, Northampton Anthony Premkumar Year 3 Sacred Heart, Leighton Buzzard Oliver Patton Year 1 The Good Shepherd, Haddenham STUDENTS FOR THE PERMANENT DIACONATE CURRENTLY UNDER FORMATION Diocese Attending courses at St Mary s College, Oscott Oliver Larkin Year 2 St Augustine s, Milton Keynes ST THOMAS CENTRE AT NORTHAMPTON CATHEDRAL The St Thomas Centre is based at the Cathedral in Northampton. It hosts conference facilities for people, Café 1850 and is home to Mission Northampton and Caritas Northampton. To book and for further information please contact: Operations Manager : Richard Beeby richard@northamptondiocese.com Tel: Deputy Manager: Roxanne James roxanne@northamptondiocese.org Tel:

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31 Clergy and Religious Diocesan Priests A Alexander, Rev Maria Selvan t: Norman Crescent, Middleton, Milton Keynes MK10 9JN e: parish.stbarnabascluster@northamptondiocese.org Amoako, Rev Pius BA (Hons) Post Grad Dip (Theol) STB (Theology) t: Ordained: 04/07/2015 St Paul's Presbytery, St Paul's Gardens, Thrapston, NN14 4NZ e: parish.eastnorthants@northamptondiocese.org History: St Edward's, Kettering , Milton Keynes Area Cluster 2017, Thrapston, Raunds & Oundle B Bailey, Rev Patrick Andrew Ordained: 20/03/1960 (Retired) c/o Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW History: Our Lady, Corby , Haverhill , St Martin, Luton , Kettering , St Joseph, Bedford , St Columba, Chesham Retired Barrett, Rev Bernard Patrick Andrew BD (Hons) MA Ordained: 05/05/1990 t: St Francis de Sales Presbytery, 22 Stratford Road, Wolverton, MK12 5LJ e: bernard.barrett@diginet2.co.uk History: St Ethelbert, Slough , Our Lady, Corby , Cathedral , Diocesan Director, Archconfraternity of St Stephen , Wellingborough , Wolverton 1995, and St Mary Magdalene, Stony Stratford Barrett, Rev David Butler PhB STL Dip.Couns Ordained: 30/07/1993 t: West Street, Olney, MK46 5HH e: david.barrett15@btopenworld.com History: Kettering , St Augustine, High Wycombe , SS Philip &, James, Bedford , Bishops' Chaplain , Diocesan Director and Promoter of Vocations 2003, Priest-in-Charge of Woburn Sands, 2004, Further Studies, Rome , Burnham, , Sabbatical St Augustine's, High Wycombe Human Formator, St John's Seminary, Wonersh Our Lady Help of Christians, Olney 2019, Director of Human Formation and Lecturer in Patristics, St John's Seminary, Wonersh, , Lecturer in Patristics, Allen Hall Seminary, 2021 Barrett, Rev Richard John BD JCD Ordained: 01/06/ High Street, Stony Stratford, MK11 1AT e: richard.barrett@diginet2.co.uk History: Kettering , Further Studies, Rome , Burnham , St Joseph, Bedford , Kettering , Ker Maria, Princes Risborough , Chaplain, Bridgettine Convent, Iver Heath , Belmont Abbey , Supply Work Bates, Rev Michael Ordained: 15/07/2017 c/o Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW History: Holy Family, Langley, Slough Cathedral of Our Lady Immaculate, Northampton Sabbatical Behrens, Rev Andrew AKC (VF) Ordained: 02/01/1998 t: Park Avenue North, Northampton, NN3 2HS e: priest@stgregory.org.uk History: St Joseph, Bedford , St Gregory, Northampton Beirne, Rev Canon John Patrick BA BD (VF) Ordained: 08/07/1977 t: High Street, Aylesbury, Bucks HP20 1SE e: jpbeirne.stjoseph@btinternet.com History: (Canon 2017) St Joseph, Luton , St Brendan, Corby , St Wulstan, High Wycombe , Parochial Administrator, Our Lady of Grace, High Wycombe , Little Chalfont , St Joseph and St Clare, Aylesbury Bialowas, Rev Dariusz Ordained: 12/06/1993 t: Castle Street, Luton LU1 3AG e: frdariuszbialowas@northamptondiocese.org History: Incardinated April 2006, Assistant, St Edwards, Kettering and St Joseph's, Luton 2006, Our Lady Help of Christians, Luton Clergy 29

32 Clergy and Religious Clergy Bowen, Rev Kenneth Ordained: 03/05/1982 (Retired) c/o Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW e: History: Our Lady of Lourdes, Milton Keynes , RAChD Chaplain to the Army of the Rhine, Germany, with the rank of Captain , Burnham , St Clare, Aylesbury , Thrapston and Raunds , Woburn Sands and Chaplain to the Catholic post-graduate students of Cranfield University Retired Brennan, Rev Canon Anthony William BA Ordained: 24/06/1994 t: West Street, Dunstable, LU6 1NY e: History: Burnham , St John Ogilvie, Corby , Justice and Peace Coordinator 2001, Holy Cross, Bedford and SS Philip and James, Bedford , Holy Family & St John's, Luton, St Mary's, Dunstable 2019, Canon Bull, Rev Malcolm Harold Ordained: 05/12/2002 c/o Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW e: History: St Philip and St James, Bedford , Officiating Priest, Olney Parish Administrator, Newport Pagnell Retired Byrne, Rev Gerard STB Ordained: 29/06/1998 t: Beanfield Ave, Corby, NN18 0AZ e: History: Kettering , St Joseph, Bedford 2002, St Brendan, Corby 2007 and St Patrick, Corby 2008, Diocesan MC, C Cielen, Rev Jan Ordained: 18/05/1986 c/o Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW History: (Previously with the Divine Word Fathers): Incardinated 11 September 1995, Wellingborough , Kettering , St Joseph, Bedford 1996, St Gregory, Northampton , Biggleswade Clarke, Canon Michael Bosco Ordained: 16/06/1968 (Retired) c/o Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW History: (Canon 2000): St George, Norwich , St Ethelbert, Slough , St Augustine, High Wycombe , St Wulstan, High Wycombe , Holy Family, Slough , St Peter, Marlow 2002, Retired Coughlin, Rev Wayne Ordained: 05/01/2013 t: Severn Way, Brickhill, Bedford MK41 7BX e: parishpriestbedford@gmail.com History: Daventry 2013, IHM, Great Missenden , Holy Cross and SS Philip &, James, Bedford Coy, Rev Andrew Ordained: 25/03/2021 t: Cathedral House, Kingsthorpe Road, Northampton, NN2 6AG e: parish.cathedralhub@northamptondiocese.org History: Cathedral Hub March 2020 D D'Autilia, Rev Benedetto BA (Hons) (Theol.) STB (Theol.) Ordained: 01/08/2015 t: St John Henry Newman Presbytery, 66, Rowan Avenue, High Wycombe, HP13 6JB e: newmanparish@hotmail.com History: St Thomas Aquinas & All Saints, Bletchley St John Henry Newman, High Wycombe Danford, Rev John Bernard Ordained: 21/06/1986 t: The Presbytery, 5 Beaudesert, Leighton Buzzard, LU7 8HZ e: sacredheartlb@btinternet.com History: St Gregory, Northampton , St Augustine, High Wycombe , Towcester , Christ the King, Milton Keynes and Newport Pagnell , Leighton Buzzard Also Sacred Heart, Flitwick Donaghue, Rev David Ordained: 20/07/2019 t: Cathedral House, Kingsthorpe Road, Northampton, NN2 6AG e: daviddonaghue@hotmail.com History: Our Lady of Walsingham, Corby 2019, Cathedral Hub 2021 Duke, Rev Pius t: Our Lady of Ransom Church, 307 Bedford Road, Kempston, MK42 8QB 30

33 Clergy and Religious E Evans, Rev James STB Ordained: 07/07/2001 t: Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton, Northamptonshire NN2 6AW e: bishopsprivatesecretary@northamptondiocese.com History: (Editor, Diocesan Directory ): Daventry , Christ the King, Milton Keynes and Newport Pagnell, Aston le Walls , Vice Chancellor Bishop's House 2020, St Thomas More, Towcester F Fleming, Rev John Clifford Ordained: 19/03/1964 (Retired) c/o Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton, NN2 6AW e: john_fleming99@btconnect.com History: (Previously with Benedictine Order): Incardinated May 1983, Kettering 1978, Burnham , St Joseph, Aylesbury , Bletchley , Chaplain, Thornton College , Shefford , Guardian Angels, Aylesbury, 1992, Retired 2020 Floody, Rev Canon Mark Gregory BD Ordained: 15/06/1990 t: Cathedral House, Kingsthorpe Road, Northampton, NN2 6AG e: frmark@northamptoncathedral.org History: (Canon 2015) St Joseph, Luton , Our Lady, Luton , St John, Luton and Holy Family, Luton , Cathedral 2011, Also St Aidan's, Northampton 2017, Northampton Cluster G Gilbride, Rev Francis (Retired) 93 Forfey, Lisnaskea, Co. Fermanagh, BT92 0HS Northern Ireland Gunturu, Rev Don Bosco t: Castle Street, Luton, LU1 3AG e: parish.ourladyhelpofchristiansluton@northamptondiocese.org H Hardy, Rev Paul BA STB D.Soc Ordained: 05/06/1976 (Retired) t: Burchard Crescent, Shenley Church End, Milton Keynes, MK5 6DX e: vine01@btopenworld.com History: Our Lady of Lourdes, Milton Keynes , Cathedral , Chaplain, Cardinal Newman School, Luton , St Edward, Milton Keynes 1990 and Diocesan Communications Officer, Parish Administrator, Christ the King, Milton Keynes Retired Harrison, Rev Canon Michael Robert MA STB (VF VG) Ordained: 07/07/1990 t: Occupation Road, Corby, Northants NN17 1EE e: ourlady.corby@yahoo.co.uk History: (Canon 2016) Our Lady, Luton , Diocesan Youth Officer , Our Lady, Corby and Parochial Administrator, St John Ogilvie, Corby , St John Ogilvie, Corby , St Gregory, Northampton , Bletchley with Winslow , St Anthony, Slough Our Lady of Walsingham, Corby 2014, Also St John Ogilvie, Corby Also Oundle, Thrapston and Raunds Healy, Rev Mgr Provost Sean STL M.Phil (VF) Ordained: 26/07/1980 t: St Teresa's Presbytery, 40 Warwick Road, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire HP9 2PL e: mgr.sean.healy@gmail.com History: (Vicar General September , Chaplain to His Holiness 2002, Canon 2003, Administrator , Provost 2005, Prelate of Honour 2006, Chancellor ) Further Studies, Rome , St Joseph, Luton , Irish School of Ecumenics , Diocesan Ecumenical Officer 1988, Our Lady's, Luton , Christ the King, Milton Keynes , Burnham , Daventry also Aston-le- Walls from , Beaconsfield and Bourne End Higgins, Rev Canon Francis Patrick STB MA M.Ed (VF) Ordained: 04/07/1992 t: St Mary's Presbytery, Aspley Hill, Woburn Sands, Milton Keynes MK17 8NN e: francis@mk-cluster.co.uk History: Bletchley , Holy Family, Slough , Further Studies, Boston College USA , St Margaret, Luton , Beaconsfield and Bourne End , Milton Keynes Area Cluster 2017, Canon Hill, Rev Jonathan STB Ordained: 16/12/1995 t: Amersham Hill, High Wycombe, HP13 6NZ e: hilljonathan67@gmail.com History: Wellingborough , Editor, Diocesan Ordo 1997, St Augustine, High Wycombe , St Martin, Luton , Holy Cross and SS Philip &, James, Bedford , St Augustine's, High Wycombe Hogarth, Rev Anthony Robert Ordained: 11/07/1970 (Retired) c/o Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW History: Retired Clergy 31

34 Clergy and Religious Clergy Hughes, Rev Bernard Ordained: 23/02/1964 (Retired) t: Monton Close, Luton, LU3 2TQ History: St Joseph, Luton , Holy Family, Slough , Sacred Heart, Luton , Holy Family, Luton , Retired Hutton, Rev Patrick Ordained: 21/02/2009 (Retired) c/o Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW History: SS Philip and James, Bedford, , Christ the King, Bedford 2014, Retired 2020 I Inman, Rev Paul Ordained: 10/06/2012 t: The Presbytery, 82 Knox Road, Wellingborough, NN8 1JA e: ourlady.wellingborough@outlook.com History: Previously - assistant priest at St Edward, Kettering 2012, Parish Priest at Our Lady's, Wellingborough since K Keenan, Rev Canon Seamus Vincent KCHS (VF) Ordained: 29/06/1980 t: Brereton Road, Bedford, MK40 1HU e: stjosephsbedford@yahoo.co.uk History: (Canon 2009): Kettering , St Ethelbert, Slough , Cathedral , St Margaret, Northampton , Vice Officialis, Diocesan Tribunal , Vocations Promoter , Duston , St Joseph, Bedford Kenny, Rev Thomas A Ordained: 08/07/1962 (Retired) t: Ballynahowne, Athlane, Co. Westmeath, Ireland e: kenny.tom@gmail.com History: (Previously with Carmelite Order) Incardinated December 1975, Bury St Edmunds , Chaplain, Cardinal Newman School, Luton , Wellingborough , St John, Luton , St Ethelbert, Slough , St Joseph, Luton , SS Philip & James, Bedford , Retired Killeen, Rev Canon Dr Brendan Christopher Patrick BSc STB MA JCL MCL PhD (JV VF) t: Ordained: 11/06/1993 The Catholic Presbytery, Pyramid Close, Weston Favell, Northampton, NN3 8DP e: parish.sacredheartwestonfavell@northamptondiocese.org History: (Canon 2017) Cathedral , Further Studies, Ottawa, Canada , Christ the King, Milton Keynes , Vice Officialis Diocesan Tribunal 1999, Towcester 1999 and Hunsbury Officialis, Diocesan Tribunal Sacred Heart, Weston Favell and Our Lady of Perpetual Succour 2021 Koenig, Canon John Gilbert JCL Ordained: 18/09/1970 (Retired) c/o Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW History: (Canon 1997, Canon Penitentiary 2000): English Martyrs, Cambridge , Pont. Eccl. Academy, Rome: , Wellingborough , Wolverton , Vice-Officialis, Diocesan Tribunal 1980, Thrapston , Kettering Retired Kuttivayalil, Rev Joseph St Thomas Aquinas Church, 1 Sycamore Avenue, Bletchley, MK2 2JE L Lance, Rev Derek Paul MA Cert.Ed MIACE Ordained: 29/06/1975 (Retired) t: Spinney Hill Road, Northampton, NN3 6DN e: dplance@btinternet.com History: St John, Norwich , St Lawrence, Cambridge , Chaplain, Thomas Becket School, Northampton , Chaplain, Catholic Students, Northampton , Promoter of Spirituality , Diocesan Adviser on the Healing Ministry , Retired Leatherland, Rev Brian Th.B Dip.Ed Ordained: 03/01/1998 (Retired) t: Finedon Road, Irthlingborough, NN9 5TZ History: Kettering , Wellingborough , Thrapston 2005 and Oundle Retired M Manley-Harris, Rev Eric BA (History) MA (Theology) Ordained: 16/09/2003 (Retired) Flat 1 Beacon Court, Second Drive, Dawlish Road, Teignmouth, TQ14 8TL e: fr.ericthecleric@gmail.com History: St Joseph, Luton , Long Crendon , Retired Marchwinski, Rev Gregory 2 The Grove, Kettering, Northamptonshire NN15 7QQ e: marchwinski.grzegorz@gmail.com t: t:

35 Clergy and Religious McArdle, Rev Canon John STB JCL MCL Ordained: 01/07/1995 t: Gardenia Ave, Luton, LU3 2NS e: History: St Augustine, High Wycombe , Holy Family, Langley , Further Studies, Ottawa, Canada , SS Philip and James, Bedford , St Joseph, Luton 2005, Honorary Canon McClement, Mr Neville Raymond Ordained: 20/07/1958 (Retired) t: The Pightle, North Cove, Beccles, Suffolk NR34 7PR History: Burnham , Great Yarmouth , Lowestoft , Newport Pagnell , Rushden , St Martin, Luton , Retired McDermott, Mgr Anthony Patrick Ordained: 02/07/1976 (Retired) c/o Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW History: (Prelate of Honour 2000): St Gregory, Northampton , Our Lady, Corby 1984, Wellingborough , Shefford 1987, SS Philip and James, Bedford , St Aidan, Northampton , Administrator, St Francis Children's Society , Episcopal Adviser, St Francis Children's Society , Retired McGinnell, Rev Mgr Kevin (VF) Ordained: 19/03/1990 t: Westbourne Road, Luton, Bedfordshire LU4 8JD e: History: (Chaplain to His Holiness 2001, Episcopal Vicar for Education ): St Joseph, Aylesbury , Director of Religious Education 1991, Christ the King, Milton Keynes , Our Lady of Lourdes, Milton Keynes , Holy Ghost, Luton Misiura, Rev Mirek Ordained: 19/06/1998 t: Ashcroft Road, Luton, LU2 9AY e: History: Incardinated December St Margaret of Scotland, Luton Sacred Heart, Stopsley Moroney, Rev Richard Ordained: 15/04/1975 (Retired) 7 Manor Farm Close, Luton, LU4 9LA e: rpmoroney@icloud.com History: (Previously with Cistercian Order): Incardinated June 1982, St Anthony, Slough , Kettering , Cathedral , St Ethelbert, Slough , Wolverton , Little Chalfont , St Anthony, Slough , Child Protection Commission 2007, Biggleswade Retired Murray, Rev Eamon STB Ordained: 15/07/2001 (Retired) t: Coolsallagh Cottages, Blackskull, Dromore, County Down BT25 1GZ N Ireland History: St Augustine, High Wycombe , St Margaret of Scotland, Luton , Biggleswade, 2011, Retired N Noonan, Rev Canon Benjamin Joakim Ordained: 13/06/1970 t: High Street, Shefford, Bedfordshire SG17 5DD e: parish.stfrancisofassisi@northamptondiocese.org History: (Canon 2006): St Joseph, Bedford , Our Lady of Lourdes, Aylesbury , Our Lady of Lourdes, Milton Keynes , Shefford Also Sacred Heart, Flitwick , St Peter's, Biggleswade O O'Connell, Rev Kevin Maurice Geoffrey Ordained: 29/03/1978 (Retired) c/o Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW e: kevinoconnell168@aol.com History: Cathedral 1978, St Joseph, Luton , Catholic Communications Centre , Catholic Missionary Society , St Joseph, Luton , Leave of Absence , The Assumption, Torquay 1992, Holy Family, Slough , Chaplain to Woodhill Prison, Milton Keynes 1994, Chaplain to Grendon Underwood and Spring Hill Prisons , Winslow Retired O'Driscoll, Rev Canon Kevin Joseph MA (VF) Ordained: 05/07/1974 t: Trelawney Avenue, Langely, Slough, SL3 7UD e: holyfamilylangley@yahoo.co.uk History: (Canon 2000): Cathedral , St Martin, Luton , St Augustine, High Wycombe , Biggleswade , Bletchley , Holy Family, Slough 2002, Also St Augustine's, Datchet Ollard, Rev Andrew William Ordained: 21/09/2002 t: Chandos Road, Buckingham, MK18 1AL e: andyollard@yahoo.co.uk History: St Joseph, Luton , Bletchley , St John Ogilvie, Corby , Our Lady of Lourdes, Milton Keynes , Sabbatical , Daventry and Aston-le-Wall, Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, Chesham Bois St Bernadine of Siena 2021 Clergy 33

36 Clergy and Religious Clergy Orazulike, Rev Stanley t: Norman Crescent, Middleton, Milton Keynes MK10 9JN e: P Patey, Rev Michael BSc STL Ordained: 08/09/2012 c/o Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW e: History: St Joseph, Bedford, , St Martin de Porres, Luton Sabbatical Payne, Rev Kenneth John BSc Dip Ed Ordained: 29/06/1960 (Retired) t: Finch Lane, Little Chalfont, Buckinghamshire HP7 9NE e: History: St Gregory, Northampton , Chaplain R.A.F , SS Philip &, James Bedford , St Joseph, Aylesbury , Cathedral , Promoter of Clergy in-service Training and Retreats , Little Chalfont 1999, Regional Chaplain, Teams of Our Lady 1999, Retired Penhalagan, Rev Simon Ordained: 28/06/2008 t: Leagrave High Street, Luton, LU4 0NG e: History: Cathedral , President, Sion Catholic Community for Evangelism St Martin de Porres, Luton 2018, EV for Prophet Vicariate Perry, Rev Christopher MA (Theology) Ordained: 05/01/2013 t: Sycamore Avenue, Bletchley, MK2 2JE e: frchristopherperry@northamptondiocese.org History: Our Lady of Walsingham, Corby 2013, St Thomas Aquinas &, All Saints, Bletchley 2013, EV for Servant King Vicariate Platt, Rev Graham STB Ordained: 21/07/2001 (Retired) 6 Montee du Christ, Fanjeaux, France e: graham.platt@hotmail.com History: Kettering , Burnham , St John Ogilvie, Corby , Oundle , Sabbatical, France , Chesham Bois Retired Preece, Rev Robert Ordained: 22/11/1997 (Retired) t: c/o Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW History: Our Lady, Corby , Retired R Reno, Rev Alessandro BA (Hons) (Psych) (Theol) Ordained: 18/01/2014 t: Berkhampstead Road, Chesham, HP5 3HQ e: parish.stcolumba@northamptondiocese.org History: San Pablo, Portoviejo Nestra Senora de La Paz, Manta St Columba's, Chesham Also Immaculate Heart of Mary, Great Missenden Our Lady's School, Chesham Bois Chaplain Incardinated June Richardson, Rev Andrew Ordained: 21/06/2008 t: The Holy Family, 24 Freshwater Close, Luton LU3 3TA e: frandrewrichardson@northamptondiocese.org History: St Edward, Kettering , Burnham Holy Family &, St John's, Luton 2019, EV for Priest Vicariate Rooke, Rev Daniel Ordained: 26/09/2020 t: The Presbytery, 24 Amersham Hill, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP13 6NZ e: frdanielrooke@protonmail.com History: St Augustine's High Wycombe S Sawyer, Rev Keith MA PGCE Ordained: 30/06/1977 (Retired) c/o Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW History: Cathedral , RAChD (TA Commission), St Ethelbert, Slough , St Joseph, Luton , Wellingborough , Winslow and Chaplain to HMP Woodhill Prison , Holy Family, Slough and ATC Chaplain , Our Lady',s, Luton , Supply Work Retired Sea Cadet Chaplain Seery, Rev Brendan BA Hons (Theol.) MA (Canon Law) Ordained: 06/02/2016 t: Burchard Crescent, Shenley Church End, Milton Keynes, MK5 6DX e: Brendan@mk-cluster.co.uk History: Cathedral of Our Lady Immaculate, Northampton Milton Keynes Area Cluster 2018, Chancellor Strain, Rev William Alphonsus Ordained: 16/06/1963 (Retired) c/o Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW History: St George, Norwich , St Joseph, Bedford , St Patrick, Corby , Marlow , St Augustine, High Wycombe Retired

37 Clergy and Religious Swingler, Rev Philip MA DD Dip.Ed Ordained: 22/11/1997 (Retired) c/o Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW History: Cathedral , St Patrick, Duston , Retired T Turner, Rev Michael STL Ordained: 20/12/1970 (Retired) c/o Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW History: (Previously with Canons Regular of the Immaculate Conception): Incardinated 21st December 1994, St Ethelbert, Slough 1992, St Joseph, Luton , St Martin, Luton , Our Lady, Luton , Burnham , Marlow 2010, Retired U Udris, Canon John STL Ordained: 14/07/1984 t: St Peter's Street, Marlow, Buckinghamshire SL7 1NQ e: johnudris@me.com History: (Canon 2006): Our Lady, Corby , Kettering , Further Studies, Rome , Diocesan Director and Promoter of Vocations , Beaconsfield and Bourne End , Cathedral , Spiritual Director, Oscott College, , St Peter's Marlow W Walsh, Rev Canon Joseph BD Ordained: 13/06/1982 t: Hayway, Rushden, Northants NN10 6AG e: Catholicrushden@gmail.com History: St Gregory, Northampton , St Anthony, Slough , St Brendan, Corby , Little Chalfont , Rushden 1995, Honorary Canon Webb, Rev Anton Ordained: 12/05/2007 t: St Alban's RC Parish St Laurence Room, Market Square, Winslow, MK18 3AB e: stalabanswinslow@gmail.com History: Incardinated August Winslow and Chaplain to HMP Woodhill. Whitehouse, Rev Christopher Ordained: 20/06/1980 (Retired) t: c/o Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW History: Holy Family Langley , Our Lady, Corby 1984, St Gregory, Northampton , Cardiff Archdiocese , St Joseph, Bedford , St Joseph, Luton , Shefford , Chesham , Leighton Buzzard, , Christ the King, Milton Keynes &, Newport Pagnell , Sacred Heart, Luton Retired Wilson, Mgr Peter MA FCA Ordained: 18/03/1972 (Retired) c/o Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW e: pjwilson@uwclub.net History: (Chaplain to His Holiness 2001): St Joseph, Bedford , Assistant Diocesan Treasurer , Administrator, St Francis Children',s Society , Secretary &, Treasurer, St Francis Children',s Society , St Margaret, Dallington , St Brendan, Corby 1992, Sick Clergy Fund Chairman , Sick Clergy Fund Treasurer 1997, Oundle , Retired Wisniewski, Rev Leszek BD PGCE Ordained: 17/05/1980 m: The Good Shepherd, 45 The Croft, Haddenham, HP17 8AS e: goodshepherdcatholicchurch@btinternet.com History: Cathedral , Polish Mission, Brighton, , Vicariate Apostolic of Arabia, , Argentina, , Malaysia , St Josephs, Aylesbury , Parish Priest, Strandfontein, S. Africa , London 2004, Haddenham, June 2004 and also Long Crendon, t: Worthy, Rev Edmund BA ACMA Ordained: 19/12/1997 (Retired) Flat 10, The Pines, 157a Midland Road, Wellingborough, NN8 1NF e: edmundworthy@yahoo.co.uk History: St Joseph, Luton , Our Lady, Luton , Burnham , Wellingborough Retired Religious Priests B Blake, Rev Matt OCD t: St Joseph's Priory, Austenwood Common, Chalfont St Peter, Gerrards Cross, SL9 8RY e: parish.stjosephgerrardscross@northamptondiocese.org Clergy 35

38 Clergy and Religious Clergy Bortolazzo, Rev Giuseppe CS 10 Woburn Road, Bedford, MK40 1EG e: C Cassidy, Rev Dr James CRIC 32 London Road, Daventry, Northants NN11 4BZ e: Conroy, Rev John MHM The Presbytery, Main Street, Aston-le-Walls, NN11 6UF D t: t: t: Davies, Rev Bob OCD t: St Joseph's Priory, Austenwood Common, Chalfont St Peter Gerrards Cross, SL9 8RY e: parish.stjosephgerrardscross@northamptondiocese.org Durugbo, Rev Eustace MSP t: a Bolingbroke Road, Farley Hill, Luton, LU1 5JD e: freustacedurugbo@northamptondiocese.org E Eyo, Rev Francis MSP Wellington Street, Slough, SL1 1XU e: parish.stethelbert@northamptondiocese.org F t: Flynn, Rev Maurice OCD t: St Joseph's Priory, Austenwood Common, Chalfont St Peter, Gerrards Cross, SL9 8RY e: parish.stjosephgerrardscross@northamptondiocese.org J Jones, Rev Allan R. CRIC 32 London Road, Daventry, Northants, NN11 4BZ e: alanuscric@gmail.com Joseph, Rev Benny MSFS 28 Peveril Road, Duston, Northampton, NN5 6JW e: parish.stpatrickduston@northamptondiocese.org K Karakkattu, Rev Roy MSFS Finch Lane, Little Chalfont, Buckinghamshire HP7 9NE e: parish.ourladycbstaidanlc@northamptondiocese.org M t: t: t: Mayhead, Rev Bro John Leonard OSB t: Monastary of Christ our Saviour, Turvey Mews, Turvey, Beds MK43 8DH e: turveymonks@yahoo.co.uk McAuliffe, Rev Frank SPS t: Eton Road, Datchet, SL3 9AY e: parish.staugustinedatchet@northamptondiocese.org McDonald, Rev Martin OCD t: St Joseph's Priory, Austenwood Common, Chalfont St Peter, Gerrards Cross, SL9 8RY e: parish.stjosephgerrardscross@northamptondiocese.org McGowan, Rev John OCD t: The Presbytery, St Josephs, 56 High Street, Aylesbury HP20 1SE McGuinness, Rev Chris SPS t: Holy Redeemer Presbytery, Wexham Road, Slough SL2 5QR e: spschrismcguinness@gmail.com O Onyebuchi, Rev Livinius MSP The Presbytery, 13 Pevensey Close, Aylesbury, HP21 9UB e: parish.ololaylesbury@northamptondiocese.org t:

39 Clergy and Religious P Pallassery, Rev Sujith John MSFS The Presbytery, 1 Copenhagen Road, Corby, NN18 9BX Payikkattu, RevLijoJoseMSFS St Teresa's, New Road, Princes Risborough, HP27 0JN e: lijomsfs@gmail.com T Tenorio, Rev Michael OFM Cap RAF Croughton Chapel, Unit 4228, Brackley, Northants NN13 5XP e: michael.tenorio@us.af.mil Thomas, Rev Ebin Ordained: 29/12/ The Grove, Kettering, Northamptonshire NN15 7QQ e: parish.stedwardkettering@northamptondiocese.org U Udoh, Rev Joseph MSP The Presbytery, Lower Britwll Road, Burnham, Slough SL2 2NL e: frjosephudoh@northamptondiocese.org W Williamson, Rev John OCD St Joseph's Priory, Austenwood Common, Chalfont St Peter, Gerrards Cross, SL9 8RY e: parish.stjosephgerrardscross@northamptondiocese.org Priests of the Ordinariate A Alldrit, Rev Nicolas 104 Orchard Hill, Little Billing, Northampton NN4 9AG B Broadhurst, Mgr John 19 Spencelayh Close, Wellingborough, NN8 4UU R Reader-Moore, Rev Anthony 8 Knights Close, Earls Barton, Northampton NN6 0JD Priests From Other Dioceses C Chacko, Rev Shyju (Syro Malabar) St Dunstan's Presbytery, Cores End Road, Bourne End, Buckinghamshire SL8 5AR e: parish.stdunstan@northamptondiocese.org D Davies, Rev Jeremy (Archdiocese of Westminster) (Retired) 52 Castle Street, Luton, LU1 3AG F Fowler, Rev John (Diocese of East Anglia) (Honorary Assistant) (Retired) 12 St Mary's Paddock, Wellingborough, NN8 1HJ e: parish.olney@northamptondiocese.org M Maher, Rev Peter (Archdiocese of Westminster) (Retired) 2 Holme Close, Marston, Moretaine MK43 0PT e: petermaher@rcdow.org.uk Manomey, Rev Jerry MA STL (Accra, Ghana) The Presbytery, 8 Pope Close, Flitwick, MK45 1JP e: parish.sacredheartflitwick@northamptondiocese.org N Nwanzi, Rev Nicholas (Enugu, Nigeria) The Presbytery, Harrowden Road, Bedford, MK42 0SP e: parish.christthekingbedford@northamptondiocese.org O Okami, Rev Emmauel (Ilorin, Nigeria) 1 Sycamore Avenue, Bletchley, MK2 2JE e: emmanuelokamzy@gmail.com t: t: t: t: t: t: t: t: t: t: t: t: t: t: t: t: Clergy 37

40 Clergy and Religious Clergy Onwuekwe, Rev Nathaniel (Nnewi, Nigeria) Farnham Road, Slough, Berkshire SL2 3AE e: W White, Rev John (Archdiocese of Westminster) (Retired) 32 Old Brewery Close, Aylesbury, HP21 7SH e: Priests Serving the Polish Community B Buba, Rev Leszek Divine Mercy Polish Mission, 48 Pitts Road, Slough SL1 3XH e: slough@pcmew.org Budzynski, Rev Andrzej Laxton Hall, Northants, NN17 3AU e: teresa@pcmew.org K Kopec, Rev Janusz Jerzy Mill Street, Bedford, MK40 3EU e: bedford@pcmew.org M Manturzyk, Rev Pawell St Lawrence House Flat 1, Duke Street, Northampton, NN1 3BA e: wikariusznorthampton@gmail.com N Neblik, Rev Andrzej 45 Alexander Park, Queen Alexandra Road, High Wycombe HP11 2HB P Pilak, Rev Henryk (Retired) 48 Pitts Road, Slough, SL1 3XH e: hpilak@wp.pl Polasik, Rev Lukasz Divine Mercy Polish Mission, 48 Pitts Road, Slough, SL1 3XH e: slough@pcmew.org R Redlinski, Rev Piotr SChr 17 Victoria Street, Dunstable, LU6 3AZ e: parafiadunstable@gmail.com S t: t: t: t: t: t: t: t: t: t: Sanda, Rev Krzysztof SChr t: Our Lady of Czestochowa Presbytery, 17 Victoria Street, Dunstable, Bedfordshire LU6 3AZ e: parafiadunstable@gmail.com T Taraszka, Rev Ryszard 1 Copenhagen Road, Corby, NN18 9BX e: corby@pcmew.org W Werner, Rev Roman SChr 22 Misbourne Road, Great Missenden, HP16 0BL e: roman.werner@btinternet.com Z Zbroniec, Rev Janusz St Lawrence House Flat 2, Duke Street, Northampton NN1 3BA e: kancelaria@parafianorthampton.pl Permanent Deacons A Adonis, Rev Deacon Brent Ordained: 07/07/ Holtspur Top Lane, Beaconsfield, HP9 1DW e: brentadonis@outlook.com History: Married to Lynn, St Teresa's, Beaconsfield and St Dunstan's, Bourne End. t: t: t: t:

41 B Bannan, Rev Deacon Jim Ordained: 13/07/ Crawley Green Road, Luton, Bedfordshire LU2 0SJ e: History: married to Chris, Sacred Heart, Luton. C Carr, Rev Deacon Richard Ordained: 24/01/2004 (Retired) c/o Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW e: richardrhona@tiscali.co.uk History: married to Rhona, St Teresa, Princes Risborough, Retired. Castle, Rev Deacon Liam 366 Leagrave High Street, Luton, LU4 0NG e: revliamcastle@northamptondiocese.org Collins, Rev Deacon Peter Ordained: 24/06/2017 Lillingstone, Nags Head Lane, Great Misseden, HP16 0HD e: deaconpetercollins@northamptondiocese.org History: married to Michelle, Immaculate Heart of Mary, Great Missenden. Crowshaw, Rev Deacon John Ordained: 24/06/2000 (Retired) Hammerwood, 64 Long Park, Amersham, Bucks HP6 5LF e: jcrowshaw@gmail.com History: married to Mary, St Aidan, Little Chalfont, Retired Curtis, Rev Deacon David Ordained: 18/07/2015 Hollytree Cottage, Latimer, Chesham HP5 1TY e: curtis.hollytree@gmail.com D Derbyshire, Rev Deacon John Ordained: 28/01/1978 (Retired) 296 Sundon Park Road, Luton, LU3 3AL e: deaconjohnderbyshire@northamptondiocese.org History: married to Mary, St John the Apostle, Luton. Retired. Duffy, Rev Deacon Sean Ordained: 24/01/ The Retreat, Princes Risborough, HP27 0JG e: sandlduffy@btinternet.com History: married to Elizabeth, St Teresa, Princes Risborough. Dunsire, Rev Deacon Brin Ordained: 20/07/ Totteridge Avenue, High Wycombe, HP13 6XJ e: brin.dunsire@gmail.com (Do not use for Diocesan business) History: married to Marian, St Augustine's, High Wycombe. F Falcon, Rev Deacon Tony BA (Hons) MSc FIBMS Ordained: 28/06/ Danes Way, Leighton Buzzard, Beds LU7 3NH e: falcon_tony@btopenworld.com History: married to Marilyn, Sacred Heart, Leighton Buzzard. Felix, Rev Gerard 432 Berkhampstead Road, Chesham, HP5 3HQ e: parish.stcolumba@northamptondiocese.org Fleming, Rev Deacon Michael Ordained: 15/07/ Lavant Walk, Parklands, Northampton, NN3 6EL e: mvf@btinternet.com History: married to Linda, St Gregory, Northampton. Found, Rev Deacon Peter c/o Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW G Clergy and Religious Gajdus, Rev Deacon Marek Ordained: 18/09/ Hadlow Court, Slough, SL1 3XQ e: amgajdus@yahoo.co.uk History: married to Agnieszka, Our Lady of Peace, Burnham. Grennell, Rev Deacon James (Retired) Ordained: 11/10/ Blanford Avenue, Luton, LU2 7AY e: deaconjimgrennell@northamptondiocese.org History: married to Maureen, St Joseph, Luton. t: t: t: t: t: t: t: t: t: t: t: t: t: t: Clergy 39

42 Clergy and Religious Clergy Griffin, Rev Deacon Peter Ordained: 16/11/ London Road, Wollaston, Wellingborough NN29 7QS e: History: Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, Wellingborough Olney Guina, Rev Deacon Noel MVO MA FRAS Ordained: 08/07/2000 (Retired) 3 Penina Close, Bletchley, Milton Keynes MK3 7TL e: guina@btinternet.com History: St Thomas Aquinas, Bletchley. Retired. H t: t: Hannigan, Rev Deacon James Ordained: 26/07/2014 t: Chesnut Avenue, Luton, LU3 3JA e: deaconjimhannigan@northamptondiocese.org History: married to Annette, Holy Family and St John the Apostle, Sundon Park, Luton. Howard, Rev Deacon Shaun Ordained: 21/12/2002 (Retired) t: Dunstan's Close, Kettering, Northants NN15 5JE History: married to Adrianne, St John Ogilvie, Corby. Retired. Hyde, Rev Deacon Peter Ordained: 20/06/1997 t: Hillfoot Road, Shillington, Hitchin SG5 3NS e: hyde888@btinternet.com History: married to Jenny, St Francis of Assisi, Shefford. J Jones, Rev Deacon Graham Ordained: 27/06/ Castleview Road, Langley, Berks SL3 7NQ e: graham28jones@gmail.com History: married to Mary, Holy Family, Langley. K Kerr, Rev Deacon Erik Ordained: 13/07/ Wychwood Avenue, Luton, LU2 7HT e: deaconerikkerr@northamptondiocese.org History: married to Maureen, St Joseph, Luton. L Lang, Rev Deacon John Ordained: 20/06/2015 c/o St Peter's Church, 7a Station Road, Biggleswade, SG18 8AL e: jel1964@yahoo.com History: married to Susan, St Peter's, Biggleswade. Lee, Rev Deacon Gerard Ordained: 05/10/2001 (Retired) c/o Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW History: married to Linda, Our Lady of Walsingham, Corby. Retired Lipscomb, Rev Deacon Paul FCA KCHS Ordained: 27/11/1999 Crane Cottage, 53a Warwick Road, Beaconsfield HP9 2PL e: paullipscomb@btinternet.com History: married to Pauline, St Anthony, Slough. Lovelock, Rev Deacon John Ordained: 03/07/ Gilbert Scott Road, Buckingham MK18 1PS History: St Bernardine, Buckingham. M McGrogan, Rev Deacon Gerard MA MSc BSc CEng CPhys Ordained: 15/10/2004 (Retired) 272 Stockingstone Road, Luton, LU2 7DE e: deacongerrymcgrogan@northamptondiocese.org History: married to Margaret, Our Lady Help of Christians, Luton. Retired N Nash, Rev Deacon Philip Ordained: 16/12/2000 (Retired) c/o Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW History: The Cathedral, Northampton. Retired. O O'Leary, Rev Deacon Michael Ordained: 24/07/ Orchard Close, Milton Malsor, Northampton NN7 3AY e: mickandchris@mypostoffice.co.uk History: married to Christine, St Patrick, Northampton. t: t: t: t: t: t: t:

43 Clergy and Religious Ossei-Williams, Rev Deacon Michael Ordained: 10/07/ Berkeley Mews, Sandringham Court, Slough, SL1 6JD e: osseiwilliams@btopenworld.com History: married to Alexandra, Holy Redeemer, Slough. P Phelan, Rev Deacon Michael OBE MA (Retired) Ordained: 23/07/ Wattleton Road, Beaconsfield, Bucks HP9 1TS e: mikephelan@aol.com History: married to Lily, St Teresa, Beaconsfield. Priestley, Rev Deacon Paul Ordained: 20/07/2013 St John Henry Newman Presbytery, 66 Rowan Avenue, High Wycombe, e: deacon_paul@religious.com History: married to Sarah, St John Henry Newman, High Wycombe. Pugh, Rev Deacon Philip BA Ordained: 16/07/2006 (Retired) 66 Westoning Road, Harlington, Beds LU5 6PD e: deaconphilip@sacredheartflitwick.co.uk History: married to Janet, Sacred Heart, Flitwick Q t: t: t: t: Quinlan, Rev Deacon Tony Ordained: 09/07/2016 t: Heronscroft, Bedford, MK41 9LS e: deacontonyquinlan@northamptondiocese.org History: married to Mariateresa, Holy Cross, Bedford and SS Philip &, James, Bedford. R Reidel, Rev Deacon Klaus Ordained: 18/06/2011 t: Hemingway Close, Newport Pagnell, MK16 8QP e: klaus.reidel@googl .com History: married to Wendy, St Bede, Newport Pagnell and Christ the King, Kents Hill. Remmington, Rev Deacon Peter Ordained: 08/07/2017 t: Finedon Road, Irthlingborough, Northants NN9 5TY e: peter.remmington3@gmail.com History: married to Linda, St Peter's, Rushden. S Sanni, Rev Deacon Lanre t: Farnham Road, Slough, Berkshire SL2 3AE e: parish.stanthony@northamptondiocese.org Sillitoe, Rev Deacon John Ordained: 12/07/2009 t: White Gables, Crabs Grove, Whitchurch, Aylesbury HP22 4JQ e: j.sillitoe@hotmail.co.uk History: married to Jan, St Joseph &, St Clare, Aylesbury. Stewart, Rev Deacon Rory Ordained: 15/07/1989 t: Bush Hill, Abington, Northampton NN3 2PD e: rory.anne@ntlworld.com History: married to Anne, St Gregory, Northampton. Stoker, Rev Deacon Brian Ordained: 24/01/2004 (Retired) t: Jellicoe, Drive, Sarisbury Green, Hampshire SO31 7NW e: bandvstoker@btinternet.com History: married to Valerie, St Teresa, Princes Risborough. Retired Swindlehurst, Rev Deacon Peter OStl MA CEng FIMechE MRAes FCIPD RAF t: Ordained: 10/06/2006 RAF Halton, 181b Aylesbury Road, Wendover, HP22 6AA e: pswindlehurst@gmail.com History: married to Penelope, RAF Halton. W Walkling-Lea, Rev Deacon Crispin Ordained: 09/07/ Newnham Avenue, Bedford, MK41 9PT e: deaconcrispinwalklinglea@northamptondiocese.org History: married to Sarah, Holy Cross, Bedford and SS Philip &, James, Bedford. Walls, Rev Deacon Jon Ordained: 12/07/2008 t: Sitwell Close, Newport Pagnell, MK16 8QR e: deaconjonwalls@gmail.com History: married to Diane, St Bede, Newport Pagnell and Christ the King, Kents Hill. Clergy 41

44 Clergy and Religious Watson, Rev Deacon Keith BA Ordained: 01/02/2006 (Retired) t: Rushton Road, Rothwell, Northants NN14 6HG History: married to Christine, all churches of the parish of St Edward's, Kettering. Retired Wyer, Rev Deacon Paul Ordained: 24/06/2007 c/o Bishop's House, Marriott Street, Northampton NN2 6AW History: married to Maura, resident in Ireland. Clergy 42

45 Religious Orders Women Benedictines (Olivetan) Turvey - Priory of Our Lady of Peace Tel: Turvey Abbey, Turvey, MK43 8DE info@turveyabbey.org.uk Mother M Zoe Davis OSB (Prioress) Bon Secours Sisters de Paris Bourne End - Bon Secours Sisters de Paris House Tel: St Dunstan's Presbytery, Cores End Road, Bourne End, Buckinghamshire SL8 5AR winifredmccahill@yahoo.co.uk Bridgettine Sisters Iver Heath - Bridgettine Sisters OSsS Tel: / Guesthouse Fulmer Common Road, Iver Heath, SL0 0NR bridgettineiver@icloud.com Sr Jancy Antony OSsS (Superior) Sunday Mass: 9:00am Weekdays: Mon-Fri, Fri 7:30am, Sat 4:30pm Daughters of Providence of St Brieuc Aylesbury - Daughters of Providence of St Brieuc Tel: / Pearl Court, Croft Road, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP21 7BY thamesam@gmail.com Sr Anne-Marie Frearson (Superior and General Councillor) Daughters of St Paul Slough - Daughters of St Paul House Tel: Daughters of St Paul Convent, Middle Green, Slough, SL3 6BT angelagrantdsp@yahoo.com Sr Angela Grant DSP (Superior) Daughters of the Holy Spirit Northampton - Provincial House Northampton DHS Tel: Harlestone Road, Northampton, NN5 7AQ patpurchase@hotmail.com Sr Patricia Purchase DHS (Sister in Charge) Northampton - Northampton DHS Tel: Holyrood Road, Northampton, NN5 7AH provincial.eiw@gmail.com Sr Anne Morris DHS (Provincial) Bedford - Bedford DHS Tel: London Road, Bedford, MK42 0PS dympnaconnolly09@gmail.com Sr Dympna Connolly Luton - Luton DHS Tel: Richmond Hill, Luton, Bedfordshire LU2 7TQ mairedhg@yahoo.co.uk Sr Maire Hayes DHS (Superior) Luton - Luton DHS Tel: Dorrington Close, Luton, Bedfordshire LU3 1XR sisters_dhs@yahoo.co.uk Olney - Olney DHS Tel: St Joseph's Convent, 33 West Street, Olney, Buckinghamshire MK46 5HH stjosephsolney@hotmail.co.uk Sr Delia Mullooly DHS (Superior) Religious 43

46 Religious Religious Orders Olney - Olney DHS Tel: StDartmouth Joseph's Convent, Road, Olney, 33 West Buckinghamshire Street, Olney, Buckinghamshire MK46 4EH MK46 5HH stjosephsolney@hotmail.co.uk Olney Sr Delia - Olney Mullooly DHS DHS (Superior) Tel: Olney 13 Aspreys, - Olney DHS Olney, Buckinghamshire MK46 5LN jw13@live.co.uk Tel: Sr 5 Dartmouth Josephine Walsh Road, DHS Olney, Buckinghamshire MK46 4EH Order of Consecrated Virgins Olney - Olney DHS Tel: Luton 13 Aspreys, - Order of Olney, Consecrated Buckinghamshire Virgins MK46 5LN jw13@live.co.uk Tel: SrPembroke JosephineAvenue, Walsh DHS Luton, LU4 9BH Sr Teresa Aluko OCV Order Religious of Consecrated of Jesus and Virgins Mary Luton - Order of Consecrated Virgins Milton Keynes - Religious of Jesus and Mary House Tel: Pembroke Avenue, Luton, LU4 9BH Tel: Convent Sr Teresaof Aluko JesusOCV and Mary, Thornton, Milton Keynes MK17 0HJ jmsisters@thorntoncollege.com Sisters Religious of Mary of Immaculate Jesus and Mary (Polish) Milton Keynes - Religious of Jesus and Mary House Near Corby - Sisters of Mary Immaculate Tel: Convent of Jesus and Mary, Thornton, Milton Keynes MK17 0HJ Tel: Laxton Hall, jmsisters@thorntoncollege.com Near Corby, Northamptonshire NN17 3AU teresa@pcmew.org Sr Teresa Sabok (Superior) Sisters of Mary Immaculate (Polish) Near Corby - Sisters of Mary Immaculate Tel: Laxton Hall, Near Corby, Northamptonshire SistersNN17 of Our 3AU Lady Kettering -teresa@pcmew.org Sisters of Our Lady Tel: Sr Glebe TeresaAvenue, Sabok (Superior) Kettering, Northamptonshire NN15 6AR aidanrichards@yahoo.co.uk Sr Aidan Richards SND (Superior) Sisters of Our Lady Kettering - Sisters of Our Lady Tel: Glebe Avenue, Kettering, Northamptonshire Sisters of NN15 St 6AR Brigid Slough - Sisters aidanrichards@yahoo.co.uk of St Brigid Tel: Sr Aidan The Cherries, RichardsWexham, SND (Superior) Slough SL2 5TS norahdoyle@talktalk.net Sisters Sisters of of St St Brigid Clare Slough - Sisters of St Brigid Corby - St Clare's Convent Tel: The Cherries, Wexham, Slough SL2 5TS Tel: Glyndebourne norahdoyle@talktalk.net Gardens, Corby, Northamptonshire NN18 0QA chiara12125@gmail.com Sisters of St Clare Luton Corby- Sisters St Clare's of St Convent Clare Tel: Abigail Glyndebourne Close, Luton, Gardens, LU3 1ND Corby, Northamptonshire NN18 0QA kathleenmoor@gmail.com chiara12125@gmail.com / toinegabriel@gmail.com Sisters of the Holy Cross Luton - Sisters of St Clare Chalfont St Peter - Holy Cross Convent Tel: Abigail Close, Luton, LU3 1ND Tel: Grange kathleenmoor@gmail.com Road, Chalfont St Peter, SL9/ 9AH toinegabriel@gmail.com crowechristina@yahoo.co.uk Sr Imelda Fleming HC (Leader) Sisters of the Holy Cross Society of the Holy Child Jesus Chalfont St Peter - Holy Cross Convent Tel: Milton Grange Keynes Road, - Society Chalfont ofst the Peter, HolySL9 Child 9AHJesus crowechristina@yahoo.co.uk Tel: SrGoring, ImeldaStantonbury, Fleming HC (Leader) Milton Keynes MK14 6AS mamatthewsshcj@gmail.com Sr Monica Matthews SHCJ Society of the Holy Child Jesus Milton Keynes - Society of the Holy Child Jesus Tel: Men Benedictines (Olivetan) Turvey - Monastery of Christ our Saviour Tel: Monastery of Christ Our Saviour, Jacks Lane, Turvey, Bedfordshire MK43 8DH turveymonks@yahoo.co.uk Rev Bro John Leonard Mayhead OSB (Superior) 44

47 Religious Orders Men Canons Regular of the Immaculate Conception Daventry - St Augustine's Church Tel: London Road, Daventry, NN11Benedictines 4BZ (Olivetan) Turvey - Monastery parish.staugustinedav@northamptondiocese.org of Christ our Saviour Tel: Rev Monastery Dr James ofcassidy Christ Our CRIC Saviour, (Superior) Jacks Lane, Turvey, Bedfordshire MK43 8DH turveymonks@yahoo.co.uk Discalced Carmelites Gerrards Rev BroCross John- Leonard St Joseph's Mayhead Priory OSB (Superior) Tel: Austenwood Common, Chalfont St Peter, Gerrards Cross, SL9 8RY Parish.stjosphsgerradrscross@northamptondiocese.org Canons Regular of the Immaculate Conception Daventry Rev Michael - St Augustine's Spain OCD (Superior) Church Tel: London Road, Daventry, NN11 4BZ parish.staugustinedav@northamptondiocese.org Missionaries of St Charles Borromeo (Scalabrini Fathers) Bedford Rev Dr- James St Frances Cassidy Cabrini CRIC (Superior) Tel: Woburn Road, Bedford, MK40 1EG Rev Giuseppe Bortolazzo CS (Priest) Discalced Carmelites Gerrards SundayCross Mass: - St Joseph's Priory Sat 7:00pm, 10:00am (Italian), 11:30am, 6:00pm (Italian, Tel: English) Weekdays: Austenwood Common, Chalfont Tue, St Peter, Fri 10:30am, Gerrards Wed-Thu Cross, SL9 7:00pm 8RY Holy Days: Parish.stjosphsgerradrscross@northamptondiocese.org 10:30am, 7:00pm Adoration: Rev Michael Spain OCD (Superior) Fri 10:00am (Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament) MissionariesSociety of St Charles of Christ Borromeo (Polish Order) (Scalabrini Fathers) Dunstable Bedford - St - Our Frances LadyCabrini of Czestochowa Tel: Victoria WoburnStreet, Road, Bedford, Dunstable, MK40 Bedfordshire 1EG LU6 3AZ Rev Giuseppe parafiadunstable@gmail.com Bortolazzo CS (Priest) Sunday Mass: Sat 7:00pm, 10:00am (Italian), 11:30am, 6:00pm (Italian, English) Rev Weekdays: Piotr Redlinski SChr (Superior) Tue, Fri 10:30am, Wed-Thu 7:00pm Sunday Holy Days: Mass: Sat 7:00pm 10:30am, (Polish, 7:00pm Milton Keynes) Sat 5:00pm (Polish), 8:30am (Polish), Adoration: 10:00am Fri(Polish), 10:00am 11:30am (Exposition (Polish), of the 2:00pm Blessed(Polish, Sacrament) Milton Keynes), 7:00pm (Polish) Weekdays: Mon, Fri 10:00am (Polish), Wed, Fri 7:00pm (Polish), Thu 7:00pm (Polish, Milton Society Keynes) of Christ (Polish Order) Dunstable Holy Days: - Our Lady of Czestochowa 10:00am, 7:00pm Tel: Victoria Street, Dunstable, Bedfordshire LU6 3AZ Great Missenden parafiadunstable@gmail.com - Society of Christ Tel: Misbourne Drive, Great Missenden, HP16 0BL Rev Piotr Redlinski SChr (Superior) Sunday Mass: Sat 7:00pm (Polish, Milton Keynes) Sat 5:00pm (Polish), 8:30am (Polish), Other 10:00am Religious (Polish), 11:30am Priests (Polish), in2:00pm the Diocese (Polish, Milton Keynes), 7:00pm (Polish) Weekdays: Mon, Missionary Fri 10:00am (Polish), Society Wed, of FriSt 7:00pm Paul (Polish), Thu 7:00pm (Polish, Aylesbury - Our Lady of Lourdes Milton Keynes) Tel: Holy Pevensey Days: Close, Bedgrove, 10:00am, Aylesbury 7:00pmHP21 9UB Great Missenden parish.ololaylesbury@northamptondiocese.org Rev Livinius Onyebuchi - Society MSP of Christ Tel: Misbourne Drive, Great Missenden, HP16 0BL Slough - Our Lady of Peace Tel: Lower Britwell Road, Other Slough, Religious SL2 2NL Priests in the Diocese frjosephudoh@northamptondiocese.org Rev Joseph Udoh MSP Missionary Society of St Paul Aylesbury - Our Lady of Lourdes Tel: Pevensey Close, St Patrick's Bedgrove, Aylesbury Missionary HP21 9UB Society (Kiltegan Fathers) Datchet - St parish.ololaylesbury@northamptondiocese.org Augustine's Tel: RevEton Livinius Road, Onyebuchi Datchet, SL3 MSP9AY parish.staugustinedatchet@northamptondiocese.org Slough Rev Frank - OurMcAuliffe Lady of Peace SPS Tel: Sunday Lower Britwell Mass: Road, Slough, SL2 2NL Sat 6:00pm, 11:00am Weekdays: frjosephudoh@northamptondiocese.org Tue-Fri 9:30am Holy Rev Joseph Days: Udoh MSP 9:30am Confessions: Sat 12:30pm-1:00pm Slough - Holy Redeemer Presbytery Tel: Wexham Road, Slough, SL2 5QR parish.holyredeemer@northamptondiocese.org Rev Chris McGuinness SPS Religious 45

48 PASTORAL AREAS Shown as at January 2021 Parishes 46

49 The Pastoral Areas which replaced the former Deaneries, from May 2009, are listed below, roughly from north to south, with their constituent churches and the names of the Area Deans who fulfill much the same role as the former Deans. Pastoral Area Councils have been constituted to take forward the recommendations of the Walking Humbly Groundplans submitted to the Bishop. Aston le Walls - Sacred Heart and OL Daventry - St Augustine Earls Barton - St Anselm Gt. Billing OL of Perpetual Succour Kings Sutton - SS Peter & Paul Northampton - Cathedral of OL & St Thomas Northampton - Sacred Heart NORTHAMPTON St Thomas of Canterbury Area Dean: Rev Canon Dr Brendan Killeen Northampton - St Aidan Northampton - SS Francis & Therese Northampton - St Gregory Northampton - St Patrick Towcester - St Thomas More Yelvertoft - OL of the Holy Rosary NORTH NORTHANTS ST LUKE Area Dean: Rev Canon Michael Harrison Burton Latimer - St Nicholas Oundle - Holy Name of Jesus Corby - OL of Walsingham Raunds - St Thomas More Corby - St Brendan Rothwell - St Bernadette Corby - St John Ogilvie Rushden - St Peter Corby - St Patrick Thrapston - St Paul Desborough - Holy Trinity Wellingborough OL of the Sacred Heart Gt. Harrowden - St Hubert s Chapel Wellingborough - St Edmund Campion Kettering - St Edward BEDFORD ST JOSEPH Area Dean: Rev Canon Seamus Keenan Bedford - Christ the King Biggleswade - St Peter Bedford - Holy Cross Flitwick - Sacred Heart Bedford - SS Philip & James Kempston - O.L. of Ransom Bedford - St Frances Cabrini Leighton Buzzard - Sacred Heart Bedford - The Holy Child & St Joseph Shefford - St Francis of Assisi CHILTERN VENERABLE MARY WARD Area Dean: Rev Mgr Seán Healy Chesham - St Columba Gerrards Cross - St Joseph Chesham Bois - OL of Perpetual Succour Great Missenden - Immaculate Heart of Mary. Denham - Holy Name Little Chalfont - St Aidan Parishes 47

50 MILTON KEYNES ST PAUL Area Dean: Rev Francis Higgins Bletchley - All Saints Bletchley - St Thomas Aquinas Brackley - St Martin Buckingham - St Bernardine Milton Keynes - Christ the Cornerstone Milton Keynes - Christ the King Milton Keynes - OL of Lourdes Milton Keynes - St Augustine Milton Keynes St Edward Milton Keynes - St Francis de Sales Milton Keynes - St Mary Magdalene Newport Pagnell - St Bede Olney - OL & St Lawrence Winslow St Alban s RC Parish Woburn Sands - St Mary LUTON ST ALBAN Area Dean: Rev Mgr Kevin McGinnell Parishes Caddington - St Thomas Dunstable - St Mary Houghton Regis - St Vincent Luton - Holy Family Luton - Holy Ghost Aylesbury - Our Lady of Lourdes Aylesbury - St Clare Aylesbury - St Joseph Haddenham - Good Shepherd Beaconsfield - St Teresa Bourne End - St Dunstan Luton - Our Lady Help of Christians Luton - Sacred Heart Luton - St Joseph Luton - St John the Apostle Luton - St Martin de Porres AYLESBURY ST JOHN FISHER Area Dean: Rev Canon John Beirne Long Crendon - Our Lady of Light Princes Risborough - St Teresa of the Child Jesus Wendover - St Anne SOUTH BUCKS ST MONICA Area Dean: Rev Mgr Seán Healy High Wycombe - St Augustine High Wycombe - St Wulstan High Wycombe - Our Lady of Grace Marlow - St Peter SLOUGH ST PETER Area Dean: Rev Canon Kevin O Driscoll Burnham - Our Lady of Peace Cippenham - St Andrew Datchet - St Augustine Eton - Our Lady of Sorrows Farnham Royal - St Anthony Langley - Holy Family Slough - St Ethelbert Wexham - Holy Redeemer 48

51 Key: Parishes Loop System Facilities for Disabled Ramped Access Facilities & Access Registered for Weddings Mass Streamed Online Northampton 1 Cathedral - Area Hub t: e: parish.cathedralhub@northamptondiocese.org Address: Cathedral House, Kingsthorpe Road, Northampton, NN2 6AG Priests: Rev Canon Mark Floody (Dean), Rev Andrew Coy, Rev David Donaghue, Rev James Evans (resident at Bishop's House, Northampton) Sister: Sr Brenda Moore DHS Parish Secretary: Philly McKenna Admin Worker: Ann Comerford Clustered Parishes Consisting of: 1a) Cathedral of Our Lady Immaculate & St Thomas of Canterbury Cathedral of Our Lady Immaculate & St Thomas of Canterbury Location: Kingsthorpe Rd, Northampton, NN2 6AG Tel: Sunday Mass: Sat 6pm, 8.30am, 11am, 5.15pm Weekdays: See weekly bulletin/website Holy Days: See weekly bulletin/website Confessions: See weekly bulletin/website Adoration: Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament see website or newsletter for times History: 1821, Rev Magrath here. He left before the end of : Chapel 30 Nov. Rev Foley on Black Lion Hill. 1825: 25 Oct. Chapel of St Andrew, Rev Foley. 1844: 25 June, Collegiate Chapel of St Felix, Bishop Wareing, 1864: 28 April, Cathedral, Bishop Amherst. 1959: Enlargement, Bishop Parker. 1960: 22 June Consecration, Bishop Parker. 1998: Re-ordered, Bishop McCartie. Hospitals: Northampton General Hospital page 82 Parishes 1b) St Aidan St Aidan Church Location: Manor House, 10 Manor Road, Northampton, NN2 6QJ Tel: Sunday Mass: 9.45am Weekdays: Tue, Sat 9.30am Holy Days: see weekly bulletin/website Confessions: Sat 10am Adoration: See bulletin/website History: 1955: 17 April Mass first said. 1956: 1 Nov. Fr Boswell served from Cathedral. 1957: Rose and Crown, Welford Road. 1964: 27 July Manor Road, Church opened 4 August. Rev C. Roberts first resident priest July Dedication of the Church. 1c) Ss Francis and Therese Sister: Margaret Walsh Saints Francis and Therese Church Location: Overslade Close, East Hunsbury, Northampton, NN4 0RZ Sunday Mass: Sat 7pm, 9.30am Weekdays: Tue, Thu, Sat 9.30am Holy Days: 10am Confessions: Sat 10am-10.30am Adoration: Sat 6.30pm-7pm (Exposition) History: 1989: 19 Nov Church Blessed. 2000: Clustered with Towcester. 49

52 Parishes Parishes 1d) St Thomas More St Thomas More Church Location: 1 Meeting Lane, Towcester, NN12 6JX Sunday Mass: Sat 5.30pm, 11am Weekdays: Mon, Wed, Fri 9.30am Holy Days: Eve 7.30pm Confessions: Sat 4.45pm-5.15pm Adoration: Sat 4.45pm-5.15pm (Exposition) History: 1949: 20 Feb. St George opened, Watling Street. 1976: St Thomas More, Meeting Lane. 2000: Clustered with East Hunsbury, Northampton. Northampton 2, Abington St Gregory the Great t: e: parish.stgregory@northamptondiocese.org Address: Presbytery, 22 Park Ave North, Northampton, NN3 2HS Priest: Rev Andrew Behrens (VF) Deacons: Rev Deacon Michael Fleming, Rev Deacon Rory Stewart Parish Secretary: Caryll Comley Pastoral Assistant: Maria Heath Sunday Mass: 9am (Family), 11am (Choir) Weekdays: Mon-Wed, Fri 9am, Thu 7pm Holy Days: 7am, 9am, 7pm Confessions: Sat 9.30am and at call Adoration: Thu 9.30am-6.45pm (Exposition) History: 1926: Church site bought. 1946: 7 Oct. Fr Eric Phillips appointed first Parish Priest. 1947: 1 May. Wooden Church Blessed. 1954: 11 Feb. Present Church Blessed. 2004: 3 Sept. Church Consecrated. Hospitals: St Andrew's and St Matthew's Hospital Three Shires Hospital page 82 page 83 Hospices: Cynthia Spencer Hospice page 83 Northampton 3, Weston Favell The Sacred Heart t: e: parish.sacredheartwestonfavell@northamptondiocese.org Address: The Catholic Presbytery, Pyramid Close, Weston Favell, Northampton, NN3 8DP Priest: Rev Canon Dr Brendan Killeen (JV VF) Administrator : Lorraine Foster Sunday Mass: Sat 5.30pm, 10.30am Weekdays: Mon, Wed, Fri 9.30am Holy Days: 9.30am Confessions: Sat 4.30pm-5.15pm Adoration: Wed 1.30pm-3.30pm, Sat 4.45pm-5.15pm History: 1974: 25 Jul Parish formed. 1976: Jan. Church Opened, Church blessed. Northampton 4, Duston St Patrick t: e: parish.stpatrickduston@northamptondiocese.org Address: The Presbytery, 28 Peveril Road, Duston, Northampton, NN5 6JW Priest: Rev Benny Joseph MSFS Deacon: Rev Deacon Michael O'Leary Key Catechist: Rosemarie King (1996) St Patrick Church Location: Ashwood Road, Duston, Northampton, NN5 6JR Sunday Mass: As announced Weekdays: Mon-Fri 9.30am As announced Holy Days: 9.30am, 7pm As announced Confessions: Sat 10am-10.30am, Sat 6.45pm, at call Adoration: Fri 10am-11am (also see noticeboard) Devotions: 3rd Friday of Month -Mothers' Prayer Group 1.45 History: 1941: Beginning of Mission. 1953: 26 Apr, Church blessed. 1994: 27 May Opening and Dedication of new Church. 2002: Amalgamated with Cathedral parish. 50

53 Parishes Northampton 5 SS Stanislaus and Lawrence (Polish Church) t: e: kancelaria@parafianorthampton.pl Address: The Presbytery, Flat 2, St Lawrence House, Duke Street, Northampton, NN1 3BA Priest: Rev Janusz Zbroniec Sunday Mass: 10am, 12.30pm (Wellingborough), 7pm Weekdays: Mon, Wed 7am, Tue, Thu-Fri 7pm, Sat 5pm Holy Days: 7pm Confessions: Before Mass Adoration: Thu 8pm-10pm (Blessed Sacrament -in Winter 8pm-9pm) Northampton 6 see Great Billing, Our Lady of Perpetual Succour page 61 Aston-le-Walls The Sacred Heart and Our Lady t: e: parish.sacredheartalw@northamptondiocese.org Address: The Presbytery, Main Street, Aston-le-Walls, NN11 6UF Priest: Rev John Conroy MHM Sunday Mass: 10.45am Weekdays: See website/newsletter Holy Days: See website/newsletter Confessions: By appointment History: 1688: First resident Priest in Parish: Warkworth Manor. 1827: 11 Jul Church opened. 1859: 5 Jun, Church consecrated. 1982: 14 Dec Re-opening of restored Church. 1991: 1 Dec, extension to Church Dedicated. Aylesbury 1 St Joseph t: e: parish.stjc@northamptondiocese.org Address: The Presbytery, 56 High Street, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP20 1SE Priest: Rev Canon John Beirne (VF) Deacon: Rev Deacon John Sillitoe Sister: Sr Albertine Administrator: Bob Taylor Key Catechist: Carolina Boston (2000), Marie Woods (1998) Sunday Mass: Sat 6pm, 9.30am, 11.15am As announced Weekdays: Wed, Fri 10am Holy Days: 10am, 12.30pm Confessions: Sat 10am-11.30am and by appointment Adoration: Sat 10am-11.30am Devotions: Living Waters Prayer Group Tue 7.30pm-9pm, Rosary Wed, Fri 9.10am-9.30am History: 1885: Mass Station opened in house of Mr Rock. Served from Wolverton. 1888: 7 Dec. House/Chapel Rev James Collins. 1892: 13 Dec. Iron Chapel opened. 1937: Present Church opened. Hospitals: Stoke Mandeville Hospital page 83 Hospices: Florence Nightingale Hospice page 83 Parishes 51

54 Parishes Parishes Aylesbury 2, Bedgrove Our Lady of Lourdes t: e: Address: The Presbytery, 13 Pevensey Close, Aylesbury, HP21 9UB Priest: Rev Livinius Onyebuchi MSP Secretary: Meenal Lopes Key Catechist: Bernadette Larkin, Fran Woodbridge Our Lady of Lourdes Church Location: 69 Cambourne Avenue, Aylesbury, HP21 7UE Sunday Mass: Sat 6pm, 8.30am (Polish), 10.45am, Fourth Sun: 5pm (Malayalam) Weekdays: Mon, Thu-Sat 9.30am, Tue 6.30pm Holy Days: 9.30am, 7pm Confessions: Thu 7.15pm-7.45pm, Sat 10am-10.30am and by request Adoration: Fri 10am-10.30am (Eucharistic Adoration), 1st Sat 5pm-6pm (Eucharistic Adoration) Devotions: Rosary Mon, Wed-Fri 10am-10.20am, Rosary Tue 7pm-7.20pm, Divine Mercy Devotion Fri 10am-10.30am History: 1969: 9 July. Church blessed. 1994: 8 July. Consecration. Aylesbury 4 St Clare t: e: parish.stjc@northamptondiocese.org Served from (and correspondence to) St Joseph, Aylesbury Priest: Rev Canon John Beirne (VF) Deacon: Rev Deacon John Sillitoe Sister: Sr Albertine Administrator: Bob Taylor Key Catechist: Carolina Boston (2000), Marie Woods (1998) St Clare's Church Location: Elmhurst Road, Aylesbury, HP20 2EA Sunday Mass: 11.30am Weekdays: Mon-Tue 10am Holy Days: 7.30pm Confessions: By appointment History: 1966: 28 Aug. Parish clustered with St Joseph's. 2004: Parish merged with St Josephs. 2005: 30 Nov. New Church Consecrated. Beaconsfield St Teresa of the Child Jesus and SS John Fisher and Thomas More t: e: parish.stteresabeaconsfield@northamptondiocese.org Address: St Teresa's Presbytery, 40 Warwick Road, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire HP9 2PL Priests: Rev Shyju Chacko, Rev Mgr Provost Sean Healy (VF) Deacons: Rev Deacon Brent Adonis, Rev Deacon Michael Phelan (Retired) Lay Administrator: Sarah Moroz Secretary: Lynn Adonis Sunday Mass: Sat 6pm, 8.45am, 11.30am Weekdays: Mon, Wed-Thu, Sat 9.30am (see website) Holy Days: 10.30am, 8pm Confessions: Sat 5.30pm History: 1914: Mass Centre for Belgian refugees, Served by Belgian Priest. 1919: Mass Centre. Served from High Wycombe. Chapel on Premises of Railway Hotel. 1927: 6 Feb. First part opened. Fr Walker served from High Wycombe. 1931: First resident Priest, Mgr C.W. Smith CBE, D.S.O. 1939: Completion and reopening 10 Dec. 1947: Sept. Consecration. 2012: New Parish Centre opened. 52

55 Parishes Bedford 1 The Holy Child and St Joseph t: e: parish.stjosephbedford@northamptondiocese.org Address: The Presbytery, 2 Brereton Road, Bedford, MK40 1HU Priests: Rev Canon Seamus Keenan (VF), Rev Pius Duke Sunday Mass: 8.15am, 9.30am, 11am, 6.30pm Weekdays: Mon-Sat 10.45am Holy Days: 7.30am, 10.45am, 7.30pm Confessions: Sat 11.30am-12.30pm Adoration: Devotions: Thu 11.30am-7pm (Exposition) Rosary Mon-Fri 10.20am, Mothers' Prayers 1st Mon 11.30am, SVP Mon 7pm-8pm The Diocesan Shrine of the Miraculous Relic Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe History: 1863: Beginning of Mission. 25 Dec. 1 st Mass by Fr J.P. Warmoll. 1874: 30 April Chancel and part nave opened. 1912: Additional bays. Church reopened Jan. 1964: 19 Aug. Consecrated. Hospitals: Bedford General Hospital page 82 Manor Hospital page 83 Bedford 2 Christ the King t: e: parish.christthekingbedford@northamptondiocese.org Address: The Presbytery, Harrowden Road, Bedford, MK42 0SP Priest: Rev Nicholas Nwanzi Admin Worker: Liz Duggan Key Catechist: Barbara Kay Webmaster: Jon Foster Sunday Mass: Sat 6pm, 8.30am (Latin, Extraordinary form), 10.30am, 12.30pm (Latin, Extraordinary form) Weekdays: Tue-Thu 10am, Fri 12noon Holy Days: 10am, 7.30pm Confessions: Sat 3pm-5pm Adoration: Fri 11am (Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament) History: 1953: 12 April Church Hall. 1960: 6 June present Church Blessed. 2010: 4 June, church consecrated. Bedford 3 Holy Cross t: e: parish.holycross@northamptondiocese.org Served from (and correspondence to) SS Philip and James, Bedford northbedfordcatholics.org.uk Priest: Rev Wayne Coughlin Deacons: Rev Deacon Tony Quinlan, Rev Deacon Crispin Walkling-Lea Parish Secretary: Sheila Allen Holy Cross Church Location: 355 Goldington Road, Bedford, MK41 0DP Tel: Sunday Mass: Sat 5.30pm, 9am Weekdays: Tue, Fri 10.15am Pleases check the parish newsletter for any changes Confessions: As announced in the parish newsletter Adoration: Wed 10.15am-11.15am History: 1957: 24 Nov. Church blessed. 1966: Parish erected. 2007: Twinned with SS Philip and James, Brickhill. Consecrated 20 October 2007 Bedford 4 St Frances Cabrini (Italian Church) t: e: italianmission@outlook.com Address: 10 Woburn Road, Bedford, MK40 1EG Priest: Rev Giuseppe Bortolazzo CS Sunday Mass: Sat 7pm, 10am (Italian), 11.30am, 6pm (Italian, English) Weekdays: Tue, Fri 10.30am, Wed-Thu 7pm Holy Days: 10.30am, 7pm Confessions: English or Italian before Mass Adoration: Fri 10am (Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament) History: 1965: 28 March. Church opened. Parishes 53

56 Parishes Bedford 5 SS Philip and James t: e: parish.ssphilipandjames@northamptondiocese.org Address: 2 Severn Way, Bedford, MK41 7BX northbedfordcatholics.org.uk Priest: Rev Wayne Coughlin Deacons: Rev Deacon Tony Quinlan, Rev Deacon Crispin Walkling-Lea Parish Secretary: Mariateresa Quinlan Sunday Mass: 11am Weekdays: Mon, Thu, Sat 10.15am Please check the parish newsletter for any changes to Mass times Confessions: Sat 11am-11.30am Parishes History: 1967: 10 Sept opened. 1970: Separate Parish. 2007: Twinned with Holy Cross, Bedford. 2009: 1 May. Consecrated. Hospitals: Bedford General Hospital North Wing page 83 Bedford 6 Sacred Heart of Jesus and St Cuthbert (Polish Church) t: e: bedford@pcmew.org Address: Mill Street, Bedford, MK40 3EU Priest: Rev Janusz Kopec Sunday Mass: Sat 7pm, 9.30am, 11am (for children), 7pm Weekdays: Mon-Tue, Thu, Sat 9.30am, Wed 7pm, Fri 3pm Holy Days: 9.30am (Polish) As anunounced Confessions: Tue, Thu, Sat 9am-9.25am, Wed, Sat 6.30pm-6.55pm, Fri 2.30pm-2.55pm Before Mass Devotions: Devotion for Our Lady Wed 6.30pm, Devotion for Divine Mercy Fri 3pm, Rosary Sat 9am Bedford 7 see Kempston, Our Lady of Ransom page 63 Biggleswade St Peter t: e: parish.stpeterbiggleswade@northamptondiocese.org Served from (and correspondence to) St Francis of Assisi, Shefford Priest: Rev Canon Benjamin Noonan Deacon: Rev Deacon John Lang St Peter Church Location: 7a Station Rd, Biggleswade, SG18 8AL Sunday Mass: Sat 6.30pm, 11am Weekdays: Mon, Wed-Fri 9.30am Holy Days: 7.30pm Confessions: Sat 5.45pm-6.15pm History: 1905: 12 Nov. Sun St Chapel ('The Upper Room'). Served from Shefford and Hitchin. 1924: 27 Jan. Former Sunday School building Market Square, blessed as Church. 1942: First resident Priest. Fr D. Hillier. 1958: Present site acquired. 1963: New Presbytery. 1973: 10 May present Church blessed. Hospitals: Biggleswade Hospital page 83 Hospices: St John's Hospice page 83 Bletchley see Milton Keynes, St Thomas Aquinas page 68 54

57 Parishes Bourne End St Dunstan t: (Sr Winifred) e: Served from (and correspondence to) St Teresa of the Child Jesus and SS John Fisher and Thomas More, Beaconsfield Priests: Rev Shyju Chacko, Rev Mgr Provost Sean Healy (VF) Deacon: Rev Deacon Brent Adonis Sisters: Bon Secours Convent, Sr Winifred McCahill Secretary: Lynn Adonis St Dunstan Church Location: Cores End Rd, Bourne End, SL8 5AR Sunday Mass: 10am Weekdays: Tue, Fri 9.30am see website Holy Days: 9.30am Confessions: At call History: 1956: 15 April. Wooden Church blessed. 1980: Present Church. 1999: Clustered with Beaconsfield. Religious: Bon Secours Sisters de Paris page 43 Brackley St Martin t: e: Served from (and correspondence to) St Bernardine of Siena, Buckingham Priest: Rev Andrew Ollard (Parish Administrator) St Martin's Church Location: Hall's Lane, Brackley, Northamptonshire NN13 6AN Sunday Mass: 9am Weekdays: Wed 7.30pm, Fri 10am Holy Days: 7.30pm Confessions: Wed 7pm History: 1957: 28 July. Church blessed Buckingham St Bernardine of Siena t: e: Address: Chandos Road, Buckingham, MK18 1AL Priest: Rev Andrew Ollard Sunday Mass: Sat 5.30pm, 11am Weekdays: Tue-Thu 9.20am, Fri 7pm Holy Days: 9.20am Confessions: Sat 6.30pm History: 1892: 2 July House Chapel 1 st Mass. 1895: College opened, chapel blessed. 1912: New Chapel opened. 1969: College closed. 1974: 26 Oct. New Church blessed, Chandos Road. 1982: 1 Aug Church Dedicated. Hospitals: Brackley Hospital page 83 Buckingham Hospital page 83 Parishes 55

58 Parishes Parishes Burnham Our Lady of Peace t: e: Address: The Presbytery, Lower Britwell Road, Slough SL2 2NL Priest: Rev Joseph Udoh MSP Deacon: Rev Deacon Michael Ossei-Williams Secretary: Yvonne Cafferty Sunday Mass: Sat 6pm, 9.30am Weekdays: Mon-Tue, Fri 9.30am, 1st Sat 9.30am As announced Holy Days: 7.30pm Confessions: Sat 5.15pm-5.45pm Adoration: Mon 7pm-8pm, 1st Fri 10am-11.59pm (24 hrs adoration up to 9.30am on Devotions: Sat as announced), Sat 5.15pm-5.55pm Rosary: Mon-Tue, Fri 10am-10.30am, Virtual Charismatic Prayer Group Last Tue 7.30pm-9pm, Mother's Prayer: Thu 10.30am-11.30am As announced History: 1930: Mass Centre opened, served from Slough. 1935: 15 Sept. Wood Church blessed and opened. Served from Beaconsfield. 1940: Fr Brennan 1st resident Priest. 1941: Became a separate Parish. 1944: Enlarged Wooden Church. 1958: 11 Feb. Present Church opened. 1962: 12 Sept. Consecration. Presently a community of The Missionary of St Paul since Sept 2019 Burton Latimer St Nicholas Owen t: e: parish.stedwardkettering@northamptondiocese.org Served from (and correspondence to) St Edward, Kettering Priest: Rev Gregory Marchwinski (resident at 2 The Grove, Kettering) St Nicholas Owen Church Location: Kettering Road, Burton Latimer, NN15 5LP Sunday Mass: As announced Weekdays: See website/newsletter Holy Days: As announced History: 1972: 2 March, Blessed. Caddington St Thomas the Apostle t: e: parish.stmargaretofscotland@northamptondiocese.org Served from (and correspondence to) St Margaret of Scotland, Luton Priest: Rev Eustace Durugbo MSP St Thomas Church Location: Manor Road, Caddington, nr Luton, LU1 4HH Sunday Mass: Sat 5pm History: 1964: 30 Aug. Church blessed Chesham St Columba t: e: parish.stcolumba@northamptondiocese.org Address: 432 Berkhampstead Road, Chesham, HP5 3HQ Priest: Rev Alessandro Reno Deacon: Rev Gerard Felix Sunday Mass: 9am, First & Third Sun: 12noon (Polish), 6pm Weekdays: Tue, Fri 7.30pm - See website/newsletter Holy Days: See website/newsletter Confessions: On request History: 1909: 9 May Carmelite Foundation, Closed : Mass Centre opened. 1960: 1 June present Church opened & parisherected. 1997: 11 Oct Consecration. 56

59 Parishes Chesham Bois Our Lady of Perpetual Succour t: e: Address: 30 Amersham Road, Chesham Bois, HP6 5PE Priest: Rev Roy Karakkattu MSFS Sunday Mass: 8am (Latin Mass*), 9.30am *Parish Mass Weekdays: See website/newsletter Holy Days: Eve 5pm, 9.30am Confessions: Adoration: Fri 8pm-8.30pm Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and Benediction followed by Mass -see website/newsletter for times History: 1915 Church built. 1915: 7 May Church opened. 1915: 30 July Church blessed. 1953: 20 Aug. Extension Blessed. 2015: 31 July Consecration. Cippenham St Andrew's Shared Church t: e: parish.olop@northamptondiocese.org Served from (and correspondence to) Our Lady of Peace, Burnham Priest: Rev Joseph Udoh MSP Secretary: Yvonne Cafferty St Andrew's Shared Church Location: Washington Drive, Cippenham, SL1 5RE Sunday Mass: 11.30am Weekdays: Thu 9.30am Holy Days: 9.30am Confessions: On request Adoration: Thu 8.30am-9.30am Devotions: Private Prayers Sat 10am-12noon History: 1970, opened as Britain's first purpose-built shared church (with the Church of England) Corby 1 Our Lady of Walsingham t: e: parish.ourladyofwalsingham@northamptondiocese.org Address: 71 Occupation Road, Corby, NN17 1EE Priests: Rev Canon Michael Harrison (VF VG), Rev Sujith Pallassery MSFS Parish Secretary: Maggie Cleary, Kay Priest Youth Minister: Rick Netherwood Sunday Mass: Sat 6.30pm, 8.30am, 10am Weekdays: Tue-Thu 9.30am or as published Holy Days: Eve 6pm, 10am As announced Confessions: Sat 5.30pm-6.10pm Devotions: 9.30 Mass History: 1934: Aug Wooden Hut Dec. Wooden Church. 1938: Present Church opened. 1963: 11 June Consecration. Corby 2 St Brendan t: e: parish.stbrendan@northamptondiocese.org Address: 151 Beanfield Avenue, Corby, NN18 0AZ Priest: Rev Gerard Byrne Sisters: Sr Stephanie Davidson, Sr Cecilia Monahan Youth Minister: Rick Netherwood Sunday Mass: Sat 6pm, 8am (Extraordinary Form), 11am Weekdays: See newsletter/noticeboard Holy Days: See newsletter/noticeboard Confessions: Sat 11am-12noon, Sat 5pm-5.30pm Adoration: Fri 8.30am (Please check with Parish first) History: 1956: Hut and school used. 1962: 20 Dec. Present Church. 1976: Consecration. Hospitals: Corby Community Hospital page 83 Parishes 57

60 Parishes Parishes Corby 3 St John Ogilvie t: e: parish.ourladyofwalsingham@northamptondiocese.org Served from (and correspondence to) Our Lady of Walsingham, Corby Priests: Rev Canon Michael Harrison (VF VG), Rev Sujith Pallassery MSFS Youth Worker: Rick Netherwood St John Ogilvie Church Location: 1 Copenhagen Road, Corby, NN18 9BX Sunday Mass: 5pm Weekdays: Fri 9.30am Holy Days: 7pm Confessions: Fri after Mass Devotions: Novena Wed 7pm History: 1975, Mass said in house. 56 Norse Walk. 1980: 20 Jun Church opened. 1991: 17 Oct Church consecrated. 1996: 16 Sept. Parish clustered with OL of Walsingham. 1997: 22 Nov Parish Status restored. Corby 4 St Patrick t: e: parish.stbrendan@northamptondiocese.org Served from (and correspondence to) St Brendan, Corby Priest: Rev Gerard Byrne Youth Minister: Rick Netherwood St Patrick Church Location: Millais Road, Corby, NN18 0SP Sunday Mass: 9am Weekdays: See newsletter/noticeboard Holy Days: See newsletter/noticeboard Confessions: See newsletter/noticeboard Devotions: Divine Mercy Please check with Parish first Fri 3pm History: 1950: Wooden Hut, Gainsborough Rd. 1962: 16 May Present Church opened. 1981: 17 March Consecration. Corby 5 St Joseph (Polish Mission Church) t: e: corby@pcmew.org Address: St Joseph's Polish Church, 49 Rockingham Road, Corby, NN17 1AJ Priest: Rev Ryszard Taraszka Sunday Mass: Sat 7pm, 10.30am, 4pm Weekdays: Wed-Fri 7pm Holy Days: 10.30am, 4pm Confessions: Half hour before Mass Adoration: 1st Fri 6pm Cranfield University see Milton Keynes, St Mary page 69 Croughton RAF Croughton t: / e: myungcho.2@us.af.mail Address: Chaplin: Chaplaincy, RAF Croughton, Nr Brackley, NN13 5XP Myung Cho Sunday Mass: 9.30am, 11am Weekdays: Mon, Wed 11.30am, Thu 12noon Confessions: 30 mins before Mass 58

61 Parishes Datchet St Augustine t: e: Address: 70 Eton Road, Datchet, SL3 9AY Priest: Rev Frank McAuliffe SPS Sunday Mass: Sat 6pm, 11am Weekdays: Tue-Fri 9.30am Holy Days: 9.30am Confessions: Sat 12.30pm-1pm History: 1923: Chapel. Canons Regular of the Lateran Daventry Our Lady Of Charity & St Augustine t: e: Address: 32 London Road, Daventry, NN11 4BZ Priests: Rev Dr James Cassidy CRIC, Rev Allan R. Jones CRIC Parish Secretary: Debbie Cleasby Sunday Mass: Sat 5pm, 10.30am Weekdays: Mon-Tue, Thu-Fri 9.15am, Wed 6.30pm Holy Days: 9.30am, 6.30pm Confessions: Sat 4.30pm Adoration: Adoration after Wednesday Mass until 7.30 p.m. History: 1880: 8 Dec. First resident Priest, Rev Thomas Fitzgerald. 1880: 15 Dec. House Chapel, London Rd, 1 st Mass. 1882: 16 April Converted stables, London Rd. 1916: 22 Oct Our Lady &amp, St Augustine, New St opened. 1972: 22 Nov. Our Lady &amp, St Augustine, London Rd, Blessed. Oct 2019 Consecration. Hospitals: Danetre Hospital page 83 Denham The Most Holy Name t: e: parish.stjosephgerrardscross@northamptondiocese.org Served from (and correspondence to) St Joseph, Gerrards Cross Priests: Rev Martin McDonald OCD (Prior and Parish Priest), Rev John Williamson OCD, Rev Bob Davies OCD, Rev Maurice Flynn OCD, Rev John McGowan OCD The Most Holy Name Church Location: Old Mill Rd, Denham, Uxbridge, UB9 5AR Sunday Mass: 9.30am History: 1938: 27 Feb. Mass in Guide Hut. 1962: 7 Jan. Church opened and Blessed. Desborough Holy Trinity t: e: parish.stedwardkettering@northamptondiocese.org Served from (and correspondence to) St Edward, Kettering Priest: Rev Gregory Marchwinski (resident at 2 The Grove, Kettering) Holy Trinity Church Location: Victoria St, Desborough, NN14 2LX Sunday Mass: As announced Weekdays: See website/newsletter Holy Days: As announced Confessions: After Mass As announced History: 1972: Church opened. Parishes 59

62 Parishes Parishes Dunstable 1 St Mary t: e: parish.stmarydunstable@northamptondiocese.org Address: 82 West Street, Dunstable, LU6 1NY Priest: Rev Canon Anthony Brennan Parish Secretary: Mary Wood Sunday Mass: Sat 6pm, 9.30am, 11.30am Weekdays: Mon-Tue, Thu-Fri 9.30am Holy Days: 10am, 7pm Confessions: Sat 5pm Adoration: Fri 8.45am-9.15am (Exposition and Benediction) Devotions: Mothers' Prayers 1st & 3rd Thu 10.15am-11.15am History: 1895: Mass said there. 1928: Chapel Fr G. Taber 1st resident Priest. 1935: First Church opened. 1964: 15 Mar. Present Church opened. Dunstable 2 Our Lady of Czestochowa (Polish Church) t: e: parafiadunstable@gmail.com Address: Our Lady of Czestochowa Presbytery, 17 Victoria Street, Dunstable, Bedfordshire LU6 3AZ Priests: Rev Piotr Redlinski SChr, Rev Krzysztof Sanda SChr Sunday Mass: Sat 7pm (Polish, Milton Keynes) Sat 5pm (Polish), 8.30am (Polish), 10am (Polish), 11.30am (Polish), 2pm (Polish, Milton Keynes), 7pm (Polish) Weekdays: Mon, Fri 10am (Polish), Wed, Fri 7pm (Polish), Thu 7pm (Polish, Milton Keynes) Holy Days: 10am, 7pm Confessions: Before Mass, at call Adoration: Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and the opportunity to use the Sacrament of confession half an hour before each Holy Mass Devotions: Rosary Wed 6.30pm, Stations of the Cross Wed 6.30pm History: Church opened 12th May 1968 Duston see Northampton, St Patrick page 50 Eton Our Lady Of Sorrows t: e: parish.staugustinedatchet@northamptondiocese.org Served from (and correspondence to) St Augustine, Datchet Priest: Rev Frank McAuliffe SPS Our Lady Of Sorrows Catholic Church Location: 1 Eton Court, Eton, Windsor SL4 6BY Sunday Mass: 9.30am Holy Days: 6.30pm Confessions: At call Adoration: As announced History: 1915: 20 Jan Church opened. 2012: transferred into ownership of Eton College Flitwick Sacred Heart t: e: parish.sacredheartflitwick@northamptondiocese.org Address: The Presbytery, 8 Pope Close, Flitwick, MK45 1JP Priest: Rev Jerry Manomey Secretary: Suzanne Yates Sunday Mass: Sat 5pm, 9am, 11am Weekdays: Tue-Thu 9.30am, Fri 10am Holy Days: See website Confessions: Fri 9.30am, Sat 4.30pm By appointment Adoration: See website History: 1936: Founded from Ampthill. 1983: 18 April. Consecration of Church. 60

63 Parishes Gerrards Cross St Joseph t: e: Address: St Joseph's Priory, Austenwood Common, Chalfont St Peter, Gerrards Cross, SL9 8RY Priests: Rev Martin McDonald OCD (Prior & Parish Priest), Rev John Williamson OCD, Rev Bob Davies OCD, Rev Maurice Flynn OCD, Rev John McGowan OCD Key Catechist: Christine Cornwell (1999) Pastoral Co-ord: Joan Barham Sunday Mass: Sat 5.30pm, 7.45am, 9am, 11am, 5.30pm Weekdays: Mon-Fri 7am, Mon-Fri 9am, Sat 10am Holy Days: 7am, 9am, 7.30pm Confessions: Sat 10.30am-11am, Sat 4.45pm-5.15pm and on request Devotions: Rosary Tue, Fri 7.30pm (via Zoom only) History: 1913: 14 Sept House/Chapel opened. 1915: 29 July 1st part of Church blessed and opened. 1963: 1 May, Church finished and blessed. 1976: Consecration. Great Billing Our Lady of Perpetual Succour t: e: parish.sacredheartwestonfavell@northamptondiocese.org Served from (and correspondence to) The Sacred Heart, Northampton Priest: Rev Canon Dr Brendan Killeen (JV VF, Parish Administrator) Administrator: Lorraine Foster Our Lady of Perpetual Succour Church & Diocesan Shrine Location: High Street, Great Billing, NN3 5EA Sunday Mass: 9.15am Weekdays: Tue, Thu, Sat 9.30am Holy Days: See website/newsletter Confessions: Sat 10am-10.30am Adoration: Devotions: Wed 2pm-3pm (and Rosary), Sat 10am-12noon Diocesan Shrine to Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, Corpus Christi Procession, Veneration of Icon to Our Lady of Perpetual Succour History: 1874: Oratory in Billing Hall. 1878: 8 Sept. Present Church opened. 2006: 8 Sept. Erected as Diocesan Shrine. Great Harrowden St Hubert's Chapel t: e: parish.wellingborough@northamptondiocese.org Served from (and correspondence to) Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, Wellingborough Priest: Rev Paul Inman St Huberts Chapel Location: The Slips, Great Harrowden, nr Wellingborough NN9 5AD History: 1905: 24 Nov opened. Great Missenden Immaculate Heart of Mary t: e: parish.ihm@northamptondiocese.org Served from (and correspondence to) St Columba, Chesham Priest: Rev Alessandro Reno Deacon: Rev Deacon Peter Collins Parish Secretary: Keyna Godward Immaculate Heart of Mary Church Location: 23 High Street, Great Missenden, HP16 9AA Sunday Mass: Sat 6pm, 11am, 12.20pm (Polish, 2nd and 4th Sun) see website Weekdays: Wed-Thu 10am Holy Days: See website/newsletter Confessions: On request Adoration: Wednesday after Mass - See website/newsletter History: Pre 1954: Mass in Surgery. 1954: Mass in House and Hall. 1964: 5 July Present Church. 2007: 16 June Church dedicated. Hospitals: Chiltern Hospital page 83 Parishes 61

64 Parishes Parishes Haddenham The Good Shepherd t: e: Address: The Presbytery, 45 The Croft, Haddenham, Buckinghamshire HP17 8AS Priest: Rev Leszek Wisniewski Key Catechists: Mary Miller The Good Shepherd Church Location: 45 The Croft, Haddenham, Buckinghamshire HP17 8AS Tel: Sunday Mass: Sat 5pm, 9.30am Weekdays: Mon, Wed, Fri 9.30am please check bulletin Holy Days: Eve 5pm, 9.30am Confessions: 1st Fri 9am (French, Polish & Spanish), 1st Sat 10am (before Devotions) Adoration: 1st Fri 9.30am (After Mass: Benediction with Litany of Sacred Heart of Jesus) Devotions: Mass Rosary & Adoration 1st Sat 10.30am (May-October) History: 1965: 16 May Converted buildings blessed. 1990: 14 Jun New Church blessed. High Wycombe 1 St Augustine Apostle of England t: e: parish.staugustinehw@northamptondiocese.org Address: The Presbytery, 24 Amersham Hill, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP13 6NZ Priests: Rev Jonathan Hill, Rev Daniel Rooke Deacon: Rev Deacon Brin Dunsire Sunday Mass: 9am, 11am, 6pm Weekdays: Mon-Sat 9.30am Holy Days: 9.30am, 6.30pm Confessions: Sat 10.15am-11am Adoration: Sat 10am-11am (Adoration/exposition after Mass) Devotions: Rosary Mon, Fri 10am, Prayer Group upper room Mon 8pm History: 1889: July Rev H Beale sent there. 1889: 3 Nov House Chapel, High Street. 1894: 11 Apr Church, Castle Street opened. 1957: 29 Sept. New Church, Amersham Hill. Consecretaed 19 Oct Hospitals: Wycombe General Hospital page 83 Hospices: South Bucks Hospice page 83 High Wycombe 2 St John Henry Newman t: e: parish.stjhn@northamptondiocese.org Address: Parish Office, St Wulstan's, Hollis Road, Totteridge, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP13 7UN Priest: Rev Benedetto D'Autilia (resident at St John Henry Newman Presbytery, Rowan Avenue, High Wycombe) Deacon: Rev Deacon Paul Priestley Parish Secretary: Ann Masat St Wulstan Church Location: Hollis Road, Totteridge, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP13 7UN Sunday Mass: 9am Weekdays: Tue 10am, Thu 7pm Holy Days: Newsletter - As announced Confessions: Tue 10.30am (After Mass), Thu 6.05pm-6.40pm Adoration: Thu 6pm-7pm with Benediction History: 1970: First Church. 1991: 9 Nov. New Church opened and dedicated. 2010: Oct. Became part of new Parish of Saint John Henry Newman. Our Lady of Grace Church Location: 29 Squirrel Lane, Booker, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP12 4RY Sunday Mass: Sat 5pm, 11.30am Weekdays: Mon, Fri 10am Holy Days: Newsletter - As announced Confessions: Mon 9.05am-9.40am Adoration: Mon 9am-10am (with Benediction) History: 1981: Church built. 1995: 3 Jan. Parish clustered with St Wulstan's. 2010: Oct. Became part of new Parish of Saint John Henry Newman. 62

65 Parishes Iver Heath Bridgettine Convent t: e: Served from (and correspondence to) St Anthony, Slough Priest: Rev Nathaniel Onwuekwe (resident at Farnham Road, Slough, Parish Administrator) Deacons: Rev Deacon Paul Lipscomb, Rev Deacon Lanre Sanni Bridgettine Convent Chapel Location: Fulmer Common Rd, Iver Heath, SL0 0NR Sunday Mass: Sat 4.30pm, 9am Weekdays: Mon-Fri 7.30am Holy Days: 7.30am Confessions: Adoration: History: 1931: Convent Chapel. Sat by request Mon-Fri 10am (Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament), Mon-Fri 4pm (Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament Rosary & Evening Prayer) Kempston Our Lady of Ransom t: e: Served from (and correspondence to) The Holy Child and St Joseph, Bedford Priests: Rev Canon Seamus Keenan (VF), Rev Pius Duke Our Lady of Ransom Church Location: 307 Bedford Road, Kempston, MK42 8QB Sunday Mass: Sat 6pm Holy Days: 7.30pm History: 1987: 24 Sept made a separate Parish. 2000: clustered with St Joseph and the Holy Child, Bedford. Kettering St Edward t: e: parish.stedwardkettering@northamptondiocese.org Address: 2 The Grove, Kettering, Northamptonshire NN15 7QQ Priests: Rev Gregory Marchwinski, Rev Ebin Thomas Sister: Sr Aidan Richards SND Secretary: Ewa Kirchner Key Catechists: Mary Everington Sunday Mass: Sat 6.30pm, 8.30am, 10.30am, 1pm (Polish) Weekdays: See website/newsletter Holy Days: As announced Confessions: See website/newsletter or on request Adoration: See website/newsletter Devotions: See website/newsletter History: 1891: 20 Sept Mass in rented Hall, Rev H Stanley. 1892: 1 Jun House/Chapel. 1893: 11 Jan. First St Edward's Church, Rev Allies. 1940: 20 Oct. New Church opened. 1946: 24 Sept. Consecration. Hospitals: Kettering General Hospital St Mary's Hospital page 82 page 83 Hospices: Cransley Hospice page 83 King's Sutton Mass in SS Peter & Paul (CofE Church) t: e: parish.sacredheartalw@northamptondiocese.org Served from (and correspondence to) The Sacred Heart and Our Lady, Aston-le-Walls Priest: Rev John Conroy MHM (resident at The Presbytery, Aston-le-Walls) SS Peter & Paul C of E Church Location: The Square, Kings Sutton, Oxfordshire OX17 3RJ Sunday Mass: 9am Confessions: By Appointment Parishes 63

66 Parishes Parishes Laxton Laxton Hall (Polish Residental Home) t: e: Address: Laxton Hall, Near Corby, Northamptonshire NN17 3AU Priest: Rev Andrzej Budzynski Sister: Sr Teresa Sabok (Sister superior) Sunday Mass: 10am, 12noon (Polish) Please seek permission before attending Mass Weekdays: Mon-Fri 7am (Polish) Confessions: Sun 11.30am Before Mass Adoration: 1st Sat 2pm-5pm Devotions: Polish Thu 4.30pm-5pm History: 1924: 13 Nov. Dominican College opened. 1926: 31 Jan. Chapel Blessed. 1970: 3 Dec. Polish Franciscan Fathers. Since 1970 Laxton Hall has as been converted into a residential care home. P.C.M Housing Association Ltd, owns the Home. which is staffed by the Polish Sisters of Mary Immaculate, and Polish-speaking staff. Leighton Buzzard The Sacred Heart t: e: parish.sacredheartlb@northamptondiocese.org Address: 5 Beaudesert, Leighton Buzzard, LU7 1HZ Priest: Rev John Danford Deacon: Rev Deacon Tony Falcon Sunday Mass: Weekdays: Holy Days: Confessions: Adoration: Sat 6.15pm, 9am, 11am Mon, Thu-Fri 10am See website/newsletter Sat 5.45pm-6pm See newsletter History: 1892 Mass said there by Rev Henry Parkes from Wolverton. 1895: 31 Oct. House/Chapel. Fr Reilly 1 st resident priest. 1897: 16 Dec. Iron Chapel opened. 1953: 19 Jun New Church. Little Chalfont St Aidan t: e: parish.ourladycbstaidanlc@northamptondiocese.org Address: Finch Lane, Little Chalfont, Buckinghamshire HP7 9NE Priests: Rev Roy Karakkattu MSFS, Rev Kenneth Payne (retired) Deacon: Rev Deacon David Curtis Sunday Mass: Sat 6.15pm, 8.30am (Polish), 11am Weekdays: Wed 7pm, Fri 9.30am Holy Days: 7pm or as announced Confessions: Wed 7.30pm (After 7pm Mass), Fri 10am (After 9.30am Mass) Adoration: Fri 9am-9.30am History: 1948: Mass Centre opened. 1965: 28 Feb. Church blessed & opened. Hospitals: Amersham General Hospital page 83 Long Crendon Our Lady of Light t: e: goodshepherdcatholicchurch@btinternet.com Served from (and correspondence to) The Good Shepherd, Haddenham Priest: Rev Leszek Wisniewski Administrator: Sean Butler Our Lady of Light Church Location: 4 Chearsley Rd, Long Crendon, Buckinghamshire HP18 9BS Sunday Mass: 11am Confessions: On request History: 1963: 6 Sept Fr Wilbur Boswell appointed to start Mission. 1971: 13 May Church Blessed. 64

67 Parishes Luton 1 Our Lady Help of Christians t: e: parish.ourladyhelpofchristiansluton@northamptondiocese.org Address: 52 Castle Street, Luton, LU1 3AG Priests: Rev Dariusz Bialowas, Rev Don Bosco Gunturu Catechist: Maria Hegarty Sunday Mass: 9.30am, 11.30am, 5pm Weekdays: Mon-Fri 12.45pm Holy Days: 12.45pm, 7pm Confessions: Thu-Fri 12noon-12.30pm Adoration: Wed-Fri 12noon-12.30pm Devotions: Rosary History: 1884: 20 Jan. House Chapel, Rothersay Road, served by Rev Joseph A O'Connor. 1886: 25 Dec. Iron Chapel, Castle St opened. 1910: 8 Nov. New Church, Castle St opened. 1959: Church enlarged. Hospitals: Luton and Dunstable General Hospital page 83 Luton 2 The Holy Ghost t: e: parish.holyghost@northamptondiocese.org Address: Parochial House, 33 Westbourne Road, Beach Hill, Luton LU4 8JD Priest: Rev Mgr Kevin McGinnell (VF) Parish Secretary: Caroline Anderson The Holy Ghost Church Location: 33 Westbourne Road, Beach Hill, Luton LU4 8JD Tel: Sunday Mass: Weekdays: 8.30am, 10am, 11.30am, 5pm (Polish) Mon-Wed, Fri 9am, Fri 7.30pm (see website/newsletter), 3rd Sat 10am (Syro Malabar Mass), 4th Sat 10am (Syro Malankara Mass), 1st Sat 3pm (Syro Malabar) Holy Days: 10am, 7.30pm Confessions: Fri 8pm-8.30pm and on request Adoration: Fri 8pm-8.30pm Fri in Lent 7.30pm Stations of the Cross History: Church Blessed 7 June 1965 Hospitals: L&D General Hospital page 83 Luton 3 Sacred Heart of Jesus t: e: parish.sacredheartofjesus@northamptondiocese.org Address: 148 Ashcroft Road, Luton, LU2 9AY Priest: Rev Mirek Misiura Deacon: Rev Deacon Jim Bannan Parish Secretary: Bernadette Horsted Sunday Mass: Sat 6.30pm, 9am, 11am Weekdays: Tue-Fri 9.30am Bank Holidays 10am Holy Days: 9.30am, 7.30pm Confessions: Sat 11am-11.30am Adoration: 1st Sat 11am-12noon (Exposition & Benediction) Devotions: Sundays in Lent, Stations of the Cross 4pm History: 1942: 8 March Mass Centre at St Thomas' Institute. 1948: Mass in Hall or House, Fr George Walker first resident Priest. 1950: 26 Nov. Church Blessed and Opened. 1953: 26 Oct. Erected Parish, Fr George Walker first Parish Priest. 2008: 30 Sept. Consecrated. Parishes 65

68 Parishes Parishes Luton 4 The Holy Family t: e: parish.holyfamilyandstjohn@northamptondiocese.org Address: The Holy Family, 24 Freshwater Close, Luton LU3 3TA Priest: Rev Andrew Richardson Deacon: Rev Deacon James Hannigan Parish Secretary: Paula Glen Sunday Mass: Sat 6pm, 9am, 12noon Weekdays: Tue, Fri 9.30am Holy Days: 7.30pm Confessions: Sat 5.15pm-5.45pm Adoration: Fri 8.30am-9.30am (Adoration) History: 1976: Opening of Mission. 1983: New Church. 2002: Joined as one Parish with St John the Apostle. Hospices: Pasque Hospice page 83 Luton 5 St John the Apostle t: e: parish.holyfamilyandstjohn@northamptondiocese.org Served from (and correspondence to) The Holy Family, Luton Priest: Rev Andrew Richardson Deacon: Rev Deacon James Hannigan Parish Secretary: Paula Glen St John the Apostle Church Location: 296 Sundon Park Road, Luton, LU3 3AL Sunday Mass: 10.30am Weekdays: Mon, Thu 9.30am Holy Days: 9.30am Adoration: Mon 8.30am-9.30am (Adoration) Luton 6 St Joseph The Worker t: e: parish.stjosephluton@northamptondiocese.org Address: 68 Gardenia Avenue, Limbury, Luton LU3 2NS Priest: Rev Canon John McArdle Deacon: Rev Deacon Erik Kerr Parish Secretary: Mireille McIntosh Pastoral Worker: Deirdre Mitchell Deacon: James Grennell (Retired) Sunday Mass: Sat 6pm, 9am, 11am Weekdays: Tue, Fri 10am Holy Days: 10am, As announced Confessions: Sat 10am-10.30am and on request Adoration: Please contact Parish History: 1937: Temporary Church opened. 1960: 11 Feb. New Church opened. Luton 7 St Margaret of Scotland t: or e: parish.stmargaretofscotland@northamptondiocese.org Address: 22a Bolingbroke Road, Farley Hill, Luton LU1 5JD Priest: Rev Eustace Durugbo MSP Parish Secretary: Catherine O'Neill Sunday Mass: 9am, 11am Weekdays: Mon, Wed, Fri 9am Holy Days: 9am, 7pm Confessions: Sat 11.30am-12noon History: 1956: Hall completed for Mass. 1958: 10 May. Parish erected, Fr Jenkinson first Parish Priest. 1960: 23 Nov. Formal opening of new Church. 66

69 Parishes Luton 8 St Martin de Porres t: e: parish.stmartindeporres@northamptondiocese.org Address: 366 Leagrave High Street, Luton, LU4 0NG Priest: Rev Simon Penhalagan Deacon: Rev Deacon Liam Castle Administrator: Elaine Goodship Sunday Mass: Sat 6.30pm, 9am, 11am Weekdays: Mon 6.30pm, Tue 9.30am, Thu 6.30pm, Fri 9.30am Holy Days: 9.30am, 6.30pm Confessions: Sat 12noon (By Appointment) Adoration: Tue 10am (Adoration), Thu 7pm (Adoration), Sat 5.30pm-6.15pm Devotions: Rosary before Sunday Mass History: 1962: Start of Mission. 1979: 5 Nov. Church blessed. 2001: 4 May. Church consecrated. Marlow St Peter t: e: parish.stpetermarlow@northamptondiocese.org Address: 7 St Peter's Street, Marlow, Buckinghamshire SL7 1NQ Priest: Canon John Udris Sunday Mass: 9am, 11am, 5.30pm Weekdays: Mon-Sat 10am see newsletter Holy Days: 10am, 7.30pm Confessions: Sat 10.30am-11am, Sat 6pm-6.30pm (or at request) History: 1844: House Chapel, Fr Peter Coop MA. 1846: 29 July Church consecrated and opened. 1970: 4 Nov. Blessing and opening of extended Church. Milton Keynes 1 St Francis de Sales t: / e: parish.stfrancisandmary@northamptondiocese.org Address: Parish Centre - for correspondence, 105 High Street, Stony Stratford, Milton Keynes, MK11 1AT Priest: Rev Bernard Barrett (resident at St Francis de Sales Presbytery, Wolverton) Parish Secretary: Dawn Clark St Francis de Sales Church Location: 22 Stratford Road, Wolverton, MK12 5LJ Sunday Mass: Sat 6.30pm, 11.30am Weekdays: See website/newsletter Holy Days: 7.30pm Confessions: Devotions: See website/newsletter Divine Mercy Sun 12.30pm Marian Procession (May) Healing Mass twice a year (usually Feb & Oct) but see website/newsletter History: 1865: Mass in Hall, Rev WM Blackman. 1867: Trinity Sunday, Church and first resident Priest, Fr WM Blackman. 1981: 24 Jan. Church consecrated. Parishes 67

70 Parishes Parishes Milton Keynes 2 St Mary Magdalene t: e: parish.stfrancisandmary@northamptondiocese.org Served from (and correspondence to) St Francis de Sales, Milton Keynes Priest: Rev Bernard Barrett (resident at St Francis de Sales Presbytery, Wolverton) Secretary: Dawn Clark St Mary Magdalene Church Location: 105 High Street, Stony Stratford, MK11 1AT Tel: Sunday Mass: 9.15am Weekdays: See website/newsletter Holy Days: 10.30am Confessions: Adoration: Sat 10.30am-11.30am (usually) Weekly on Wednesdays (see newsletter). Five 1st Saturdays (contact the office for details of dates) History: : 25 Sept. Church Blessed. 1984: 24 Nov. Church consecrated. 2002: Joined as one Parish with St Francis de Sales, Wolverton. Milton Keynes 3, Bletchley St Thomas Aquinas t: e: parish.bletchley@northamptondiocese.org Address: 1 Sycamore Avenue, Bletchley, MK2 2JE Priests: Rev Emmauel Okami, Rev Christopher Perry Parish Secretary: Jo Cerrone Pastoral Assistant: Angela White Sunday Mass: Sat 6pm, 7.30am (Please check with Parish first) Weekdays: Mon, Wed, Fri 10am, Sat 9.30am Holy Days: As advertised Confessions: Sat 10am Adoration: Mon 10.30am-11am (Adoration & Benediction) As announced History: 1901: Mass in House. 1920: 30 May, Church Street Church opened. 1956: 14 Jun, New Church, Sycamore Ave blessed. 1981: Jun, Church consecrated. 2006: Parish renamed 'St Thomas and All Saints'. Milton Keynes 4, Bletchley All Saints t: e: parish.bletchley@northamptondiocese.org Served from (and correspondence to) St Thomas Aquinas, Milton Keynes Priests: Rev Emmauel Okami (resident at 1 Sycamore Avenue, Bletchley), Rev Christopher Perry Parish Secretary: Jo Cerrone Pastoral Assistant: Angela White All Saints Church Location: Shenley Rd, Bletchley, MK3 6HG Sunday Mass: 9am, 11am, 6.30pm Weekdays: Tue, Thu 10am Holy Days: As advertised Confessions: As announced Adoration: Tue 10.30am-11am (Adoration & Benediction) Devotions: Divine Mercy 1st Sun: Sun 3pm-4pm History: 1965: New Church 2006: Meeting room added. Milton Keynes 5 St Barnabas - Area Cluster t: e: parish.stbarnabascluster@northamptondiocese.org Address: Parish Office, 1 Langcliffe Drive, Heelands, Milton Keynes, MK13 7PL Priests: Rev Canon Francis Higgins (resident at St Mary's Presbytery, Woburn Sands, VF), Rev Maria Selvan Alexander, Rev Stanley Orazulike, Rev Brendan Seery Deacons: Rev Deacon Klaus Reidel, Rev Deacon Jon Walls Admin Assistant: Administrator: Emily Elvin Gillian McIntyre Clustered Parishes Consisting of: 68

71 Parishes 5a) Our Lady of Lourdes St Paul's School Location: Moorgate, Leadenhall, Milton Keynes MK6 5NA Sunday Mass: 9.30am, Second Sun: 5pm (Tamil Mass), First Sun: 6pm (Malayalam) Weekdays: Sat 9.30am As announced Holy Days: See website/newsletter Confessions: Sat after morning Mass History: 1974: Parish founded. 1976: Church opened and blessed. 2001: 10 Feb. Church dedicated. Ecumenical Church of Christ the Cornerstone Church Location: 300 Saxon Gate West, Milton Keynes, MK9 2ES Sunday Mass: Sat 5.30pm (Vigil) Weekdays: Mon 12.30pm Holy Days: 12.30pm Confessions: Sat 5pm History: 1987: First Mass in town centre. 1992: Church opened. Hospitals: Milton Keynes University Hospital page 82 5b) St Augustine St Augustine Church Location: Langcliffe Drive, Heelands, Milton Keynes, MK13 7PL Sunday Mass: Sat 7pm (Polish), 8.30am, 11.30am, 2pm (Polish), 6.30pm Weekdays: Mon-Thu 9.30am (usually), Thu 7.30pm (Polish), Fri 7pm Holy Days: See website/newsletter Confessions: Fri 6pm Adoration: Fri 6pm (Exposition) Devotions: Evening Prayer Fri 6.45pm History: 1974: May. Masses began in Parish. 1975: Dec. Mass in Christ Church Ecumenical Centre. 1981: Sept. Blessing and Dedication of Church. 2007: Consecration of Church. 5c) Christ the King Church of Christ the King Location: 1 Frithwood Crescent, Kents Hill, Milton Keynes, MK7 6HQ Sunday Mass: 9.30am (The Community Church Service), 11.30am Holy Days: See website/newsletter Confessions: By appointment History: 1993: 28 Nov. Church opened and Ecumenically dedicated. Hospices: Willen Hospice page 83 Parishes 5d) St Bede St Bede Church Location: High Street, Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire MK16 8EN Sunday Mass: 8.30am Weekdays: Fri 10am Holy Days: See website/newsletter Confessions: By appointment History: 1953: 8 Mar. Chapel of St Bede opened. 1957: First resident Priest, Fr H Hartmann. 1963: 5 May. Parish erected. 1987: Dec. Dedication of renovated Church. 1999: Clustered with Christ the King Milton Keynes. 5e) St Mary St Mary Church Location: Aspley Hill, Woburn Sands, Milton Keynes MK17 8NN Sunday Mass: Sat 6.30pm, 11am Weekdays: Tue, Thu 10am Holy Days: See website/newsletter Confessions: Sat 6pm History: 1926: First Mass in Fir Tree Hotel. 1929: Fr. C. Banham, first resident Priest. 1932: Wooden Church, Theydon Avenue. 1956: 2 July, New Church blessed &amp, opened. 1957: 8 May, consecration. 69

72 Parishes 5f) St Edward the Confessor St Edward the Confessor Church Location: Burchard Cresent, Shenley Church End, Milton Keynes, MK5 6DX Sunday Mass: Sat 6.30pm, 10am Weekdays: See website/newsletter Holy Days: See website/newsletter Confessions: Sat 6pm History: 1991: 7 June, Church opened and dedicated. Newport Pagnall see Milton Keynes, St Bede page 69 Parishes Olney Our Lady Help of Christians and St Lawrence t: e: parish.olney@northamptondiocese.org Address: West Street, Olney, MK46 5HH Priests: Rev David Barrett, Rev John Fowler (Honorary Assistant) Deacon: Rev Deacon Peter Griffin Parish Secretary: Denise Wallinger Sunday Mass: Sat 6.30pm, 10.30am Weekdays: Mon-Tue, Thu-Sat 10am See Newsletter/noticeboard Holy Days: 10am, 7pm Confessions: Sat 10.30am-11.20am, Sat 5.45pm-6.15pm (And on request) Adoration: Thu-Fri 9.15am-10am, Sat 10.30am-11.30am History: 1899: March. Parish moves from Weston Underwood. Mass in Hall, Fr C de Wiart. 1900: 18 Nov. Opening of Chapel. 1952: 26 Aug. Consecration. 1990: 15 Oct. Renovated Church Blessed. Renovated Church Hall Dedicated September Oundle Most Holy Name of Jesus t: e: parish.eastnorthants@northamptondiocese.org Address: Most Holy Name Presbytery, West Street, Oundle, PE8 4BH eastnorthantscatholics.org Priest: Rev Pius Amoako Sunday Mass: Weekdays: Confessions: 9am Fri 10am Fri 9.30am-10am and by appointment History: 1948: 8 Aug. St Wilfred, West Street blessed. 1971: Holy Name, West Street, New Church, New Site. Princes Risborough St Teresa of the Child Jesus t: e: parish.stteresapr@northamptondiocese.org Address: New Road, Princes Risborough, HP27 0JN Priest: Rev Lijo Jose Payikkattu MSFS Deacon: Rev Deacon Sean Duffy Parish Secretary: Meenal Lopes Sunday Mass: Sat 6.30pm, 9.30am Weekdays: As announced in weekly bulletin Holy Days: As announced in weekly bulletin Confessions: Fri 9am-9.45am (or on request) Adoration: Weekdays 30 mins before the Mass Devotions: Fortnightly Prayer Group Tue 7.30pm-8pm History: 1923: 11 Feb. Mass said for the first time in Hall. 1928: 27 May Iron Hut. 1938: 6 June New Church Blessed and opened. 1945: 3 Oct. Consecration. 70

73 Parishes Raunds St Thomas More e: Address: St Thomas More Church, 6 Marshalls Rd, Raunds, NN9 6HP eastnorthantscatholics.org Priest: Rev Pius Amoako Sunday Mass: 12.30pm Weekdays: Mon 10am Confessions: By appointment History: : Served from Rushden, Fr Nutt. 1926: 14 Feb. House Chapel. 1967: Present Church opened served from Rushden. 1968: Joint Parish with Thrapston erected. Rothwell St Bernadette t: e: parish.stedwardkettering@northamptondiocese.org Served from (and correspondence to) St Edward, Kettering Priest: Rev Gregory Marchwinski (resident at 2 The Grove, Kettering) St Bernadette Church Location: Rock Hill, Rothwell, NN14 6BY Sunday Mass: As announced Weekdays: See website/newsletter Holy Days: As announced Confessions: As announced History: 1959: 19 June. Church blessed. Rushden St Peter t: e: parish.stpeterrushden@northamptondiocese.org Address: 1 Hayway, Rushden, NN10 6AG Priest: Rev Canon Joseph Walsh Deacon: Rev Deacon Peter Remmington Secretary: Charmaine Augustus Sunday Mass: Sat 6.30pm, 10am Weekdays: See parish newsletter/website Holy Days: 9.30am, 7.30pm Confessions: see parish newsletter Adoration: Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament see newsletter Devotions: Rosary Wed 7.10pm History: 1902: 31 Aug. House Chapel (9 Alfred St.) Fr James Shore. 1905: 5 March Temporary Church (Higham Rd) opened. 1956: 27 May. New Church (Higham Rd.) opened. Shefford St Francis of Assisi t: e: parish.stfrancisofassisi@northamptondiocese.org Address: 25 High Street, Shefford, SG17 5DD Priest: Rev Canon Benjamin Noonan Deacon: Rev Deacon Peter Hyde Sunday Mass: 9am, 5.15pm Weekdays: As announced in weekly bulletin Holy Days: 9.30am Confessions: Sat 10.30am-10.55am (and by request after Sat Mass) Adoration: Wed 7pm (Exposition), Fri 10am (Exposition) Devotions: Prayer Group 1st Mon 8pm, Fatima Devotions 1st Sat 10am History: Riding Mission 1720s. 1728: House Chapel. 1791: St George's Chapel. 1868: Fr Wm. Collis arrived. 1884: 8 July St Francis Church opened. 1894: 3 July. Consecrated : Diocesan Seminary : Boy's Home. Parishes 71

74 Parishes Parishes Slough 1 Our Lady Immaculate and St Ethelbert t: e: parish.stethelbert@northamptondiocese.org Address: Wellington Street, Slough, SL1 1XU Priest: Rev Francis Eyo MSP Sunday Mass: 9am, 11am, 6.30pm Weekdays: Mon-Thu, Sat 9.30am, Fri 12.30pm Please check website & bulletin Holy Days: 9.30am Confessions: Sat 11am-12.30pm (First and Last Saturday of Month) Devotions: Adoration & Benediction Fri 12noon-12.30pm History: 1885: 4 Nov. Herschel Street Chapel blessed, Fr Joseph Clementine. 1910: 19 April. New Church consecrated. 1910:20 April. Opening of Church. Hospitals: Upton Hospital page 83 Slough 2 Church of the Holy Redeemer t: e: parish.holyredeemer@northamptondiocese.org Address: Wexham Road, Slough, SL2 5QR Priest: Rev Chris McGuinness SPS Parish Secretary: Helen O'Neil Sunday Mass: 9am, 11am Weekdays: Mon-Tue, Thu-Fri 9am, Wed 7.15pm (Reading of the Word and Communion) Holy Days: 7.30pm Confessions: Before and after all Masses and on request History: 1968: Church completed. 1969: 5 March blessing of the Church. 1980: Created a separate Parish. 1990: New Church opened. Hospitals: Wexham Park Hospital page 83 Slough 3, Langley The Holy Family t: e: parish.holyfamily@northamptondiocese.org Address: 226 Trelawney Avenue, Langley, Slough, Berkshire SL3 7UD Priest: Rev Canon Kevin O'Driscoll (VF) Deacon: Rev Deacon Graham Jones Secretary: Lisa Chau Key Catechists: Veronica Russell (1999) Parish Assistant: Kieran McKeown Sunday Mass: Sat 5pm, 9.30am, 11.30am Weekdays: Tue-Wed, Fri 10am If you are visiting please ring to confirm times Holy Days: As announced Confessions: 1st Sat 10am (Reconciliation Service), 2nd & 3rd Sat 10am-11am (Individual Confession) Adoration: Fri 10.30am (After Morning Mass) Devotions: After Morning Mass Tue 10.30am, 1st Fri 7pm History: 1955: Mass in local school. 1957: Church built, and parish separated from St Ethelbert's. 1968: consecrated, 8th May. 72

75 Parishes Slough 4, Farnham Royal St Anthony t: e: Address: Farnham Road, Slough, Berkshire SL2 3AE Priest: Rev Nathaniel Onwuekwe Deacons: Rev Deacon Paul Lipscomb, Rev Deacon Lanre Sanni Secretary: Lisa Chau Sunday Mass: Sat 6pm, 10.30am Weekdays: Mon-Wed, Fri 9.15am (Rosary & Mass) Holy Days: See website/newsletter Confessions: As announced History: 1934: 22 July first Mass by resident Priest. 1943: Aug. Permanent Chapel, Weekday Mass, Wyvis Lodge. Sunday Mass in School. 1943: Nov. Separated from St Ethelbert's. 1964: 22 Feb. New church opened. Slough 5 Polish Church of Divine Mercy t: e: slough@pcmew.org Address: 48 Pitts Road, Slough, SL1 3XH Priest: Rev Leszek Buba Deacon: Rev Deacon Marek Gajdus Staff: Lukasz Polasik Sunday Mass: Sat 6pm (Polish), 8am (Polish), 10am (Polish), 12noon (Polish), 6pm (Polish) Weekdays: Tue-1st & 3rd Fri 7pm (Polish), 2nd & 4th Fri-1st Sat 8am (Polish), Sat 6pm (Polish) Confessions: Tue-Thu 5.30pm-6.45pm (Polish), 7.15am-7.45am (Polish), 1st & 3rd Fri 8pm-9pm (Polish), Sat 5pm-5.50pm (Polish) Adoration: Tue-Fri 6pm-6.45pm, 1st Fri 8pm-8am, Sat 5pm-5.45pm Devotions: The Adoration with cannons Taize 1st Fri 8pm-9pm History: Land in Pitts Rd acquired. 1980: Adjoining Polish Centre acquired. 1984: Church and Catholic Centre completed and dedicated. Stony Stratford see Milton Keynes, St Mary Magdalene page 68 Parishes Thrapston St Paul The Apostle t: e: parish.eastnorthants@northamptondiocese.org Address: St Paul's Presbytery, St Paul's Gardens, Thrapston, NN14 4NZ eastnorthantscatholics.org Priest: Rev Pius Amoako Sunday Mass: 10.30am Weekdays: Wed 6pm, Thu 10am Confessions: Wed 5pm-6pm and by appointment Adoration: 1st Thu 7pm-8pm History: 1940: Mass Centre. 1949: 23 June. Wooden Church blessed, Grove Rd. 1964: 7 March. New Church, Sackville Street, blessed. 1968: Joint parish with Raunds erected. Turvey Monastery of Christ Our Saviour t: e: turveymonks@yahoo.co.uk Address: Monastery of Christ Our Saviour, Jacks Lane, Turvey, Bedfordshire MK43 8DH Priest: Rev Bro John Mayhead OSB 73

76 Parishes Turvey Priory of Our Lady of Peace t: e: Address: Priory of Our Lady of Peace, Turvey Abbey, Turvey, MK43 8DE Prioress: Zoe Davis Sunday Mass: 10.15am (Turvey Abbey Chapel) Weekdays: Mon-Fri Parishes History: In 1981 Turvey Abbey became home to the Benedictine community of the Priory of Our Lady of Peace. Religious: Benedictines (Olivetan) page 43 Wellingborough 1 Our Lady of the Sacred Heart t: e: parish.wellingborough@northamptondiocese.org Address: 82 Knox Road, Wellingborough, NN8 1JA Priest: Rev Paul Inman Parish Secretary: Liz O'Boyle Key Catechists: Mary Donaldson Sunday Mass: Sat 6pm, 9am, 12.30pm (Polish) Weekdays: Mon 9.15am, Wed 12.30pm, Fri 10am, Sat 6pm Holy Days: 7pm Confessions: Sat 5pm-6pm Devotions: Divine Mercy Chaplet Wed 12noon History: 1868: Served from Northampton. 1871: First resident Priest, Fr Nicholas Darnell. 1881: 21 July. House Chapel opened. 1884: Aug. Iron Chapel opened. 1886: 2 Sept. New Church opened. 1954: 4 May Consecration. Hospitals: Isebrook Hospital page 83 Wellingborough 2 St Edmund Campion t: e: parish.wellingborough@northamptondiocese.org Served from (and correspondence to) Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, Wellingborough Priest: Rev Paul Inman Key Catechists: Mary Donaldson St Edmund Campion Church Location: Henshaw Rd, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire NN8 2BE Sunday Mass: 10.30am, 5.30pm Weekdays: Tue 12noon, Thu 9.15am Confessions: Devotions: History: 1972: 2 June, blessed. Sun 5pm-5.30pm Charismatic Prayer Group of Jesus Mon 7.30pm-9pm, SVP Conference 1st & 3rd Mon 7.30pm-8.45pm, Holy Face Devotion Tue 11.30am 74

77 Parishes Wendover St Anne t: e: Served from (and correspondence to) Our Lady of Lourdes, Aylesbury Priest: Rev Livinius Onyebuchi MSP St Anne's Church Location: Aylesbury Road, Wendover, HP22 6JG Sunday Mass: 9am Weekdays: Tue 10.15am Holy Days: As announced Confessions: Tue 10.45am and by request Devotions: Vespers and Benediction Fri 7pm History: 1951: 1 April Church opened, London Rd. 1961: 11 Dec. New site, Aylesbury Rd Church opened. Winslow St Alban's RC Parish t: e: parish.stalban@northamptondiocese.org Address: St Laurence Anglican Church, St Laurence Room, Market Square, Winslow, MK18 3AB Priest: Rev Anton Webb Sunday Mass: First Sat 6pm (1st Saturday of month only), 11.30am (Every Sunday except after 1st Saturday) Holy Days: As announced Confessions: 1st Sat 5.30pm History: Old RC Chapel, : 12 Sept. Blessed. Closed 2016: 13 April. Woburn Sands see Milton Keynes, St Mary page 69 Wolverton see Milton Keynes, St Francis de Sales page 67 Parishes Yelvertoft Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary t: e: parish.staugustinedav@northamptondiocese.org Served from (and correspondence to) Our Lady Of Charity & St Augustine, Daventry Priests: Rev Dr James Cassidy CRIC, Rev Allan R. Jones CRIC Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary Church Location: High Street, Yelvertoft, Northamptonshire NN6 6NA Sunday Mass: 9am History: 1957: 11 Feb. Church opened. 75

78 Directory of Catholic Schools Our schools are in local area partnerships. Many belong to our two Multi Academy Trusts which are intended to cover the whole diocese A. OLICAT (Bedford, North Northants, Northampton and Milton Keynes) Senior Executive Lead: Tony Bishop B. STCAT (Luton, Slough and Buckinghamshire) Senior Executive Lead: Joe Richardson Bedford Catholic Schools Partnership St Francis of Assisi Our Lady Immaculate Catholic Academy Trust Schools St John Rigby Primary Address: Polhill Ave, Bedford MK41 9DQ Tel: Headteacher: Mrs M McGettigan admin@stjohnrigby.org I/C RE: Mrs C Ward Pupils: 386 Chaplain: Mrs Mary Ward St Joseph s and St Gregory s Primary Address: Chester Rd, Bedford MK40 4HN Tel: and Address: Biddenham Turn, Bedford MK40 4AT Tel: Headteacher: Miss L Sumpter office@stjosephsandstgregorys.com I/C RE: Mrs S Moloney Pupils: 426 Chaplain: Mrs A Dimmock St Thomas More Secondary Address: Tyne Crescent, Bedford MK41 7UL Tel: Headteacher: Mr M Bonner @stm.beds.sch.uk I/C RE: Mrs B Lovesey Pupils: 933 Chaplain: Mrs H Burgess Buckinghamshire Catholic Schools Partnership SS John Fisher & Thomas More (Buckinghamshire Local Authority) St Michael s (4-19 Years) Address: Daws Hill Lane, High Wycombe HP11 1PW Tel: Headteacher: Mr A Palmer (Interim) office@stmichaels.bucks.sch.uk I/C RE: Mr J Keating and Mrs D Allard (Primary) Pupils: 1704 Chaplain: Miss M Corcoran (11-19 Years) Address: Weedon Road, Aylesbury HP19 9PG Tel: I/C RE: Miss N McEnery office-ayls@stmichaelsrc.org St Thomas Catholic Academies Trust St Joseph s Infant Address: Hazell Avenue, Aylesbury HP21 7JF Tel: Headteacher: Mrs A Taylor office@stjosephsrcinfant.bucks.sch.uk I/C RE: Mrs S Pearce Pupils: 176 St Edward s Junior Address: Hazell Avenue, Aylesbury HP21 7JF Tel: Headteacher: Mrs S Harris office@stedwards.bucks.sch.uk I/C RE: Mrs S Harris Pupils:

79 St Joseph s Primary Address: Priory Road, Chalfont St Peter, Bucks SL9 8SB Tel: Headteacher: Mrs C Lovegrove office@stjosephschalfont.school I/C RE: Mrs S Davies Pupils: 355 Our Lady s Primary Address: Amersham Rd, Chesham Bois, Amersham HP6 5PL Tel: Headteacher: Mr M Holdsworth office@olchesham.co.uk I/C RE: Mrs I Gardner Pupils: 212 Chaplain: Rev A Renò St Louis Primary Address: Harris Court, Aylesbury HP20 2XZ Tel: Headteacher: Mrs C Machin office@stlouisrcc.bucks.sch.uk I/C RE: Miss C Sitkowski and Miss C De Kock Pupils: 389 St Peter s Primary Address: Prospect Road, Marlow SL7 2PJ Tel: Headteacher: Miss A McCluskey office@stpetersrc.bucks.sch.uk I/C RE: Miss A McCluskey Pupils: 150 Luton and Dunstable Catholic Schools Partnership St Alban (Luton and Central Bedfordshire Local Authority) St Joseph s Primary Address: Gardenia Avenue, Luton LU3 2NS Tel: Headteacher: Mrs M Murphy admin@stjosephs.primaryluton.co.uk I/C RE: Mrs S Killian Pupils: 790 Sacred Heart Primary Address: Langford Drive, Luton LU2 9AJ Tel: Headteacher: Mrs J Cullen admin@sacredheart.primaryluton.co.uk I/C RE: Mrs A Hannigan Pupils: 392 St Thomas Catholic Academies Trust St Margaret of Scotland Primary Address: Rotheram Avenue, Luton LU1 5PP Tel: Headteacher: Mrs G Somes admin@stmargarets.luton.sch.uk I/C RE/Chapain: Mrs C Forde Pupils: 445 St Martin de Porres Primary Address: Pastures Way, Luton LU4 0PF Tel: Headteacher: Mrs N Morgan admin@smdpluton.co.uk I/C RE: Ms K Banville Pupils: 445 St Mary s Primary Address: Dunstable Rd, Caddington, Luton LU1 4BB Tel: Executive Headteacher: Mr S Chiswell admin@stmarysprimary.org.uk I/C RE: Mrs A Dowling Pupils: 214 and St Vincent s Primary Address: Hammersmith Gardens, Dunstable LU5 5RG Tel: Executive Headteacher: Mr S Chiswell admin@stvincentshr.org I/C RE: Mrs A Dowling Pupils: 222 Schools 77

80 Cardinal Newman Secondary Address: Warden Hill Road, Luton LU2 7AE Tel: Headteacher: Mr A Bull admin@cardinalnewmanschool.net I/C RE: Mr L Makokha Pupils: 1692 Chaplain: Ms J Porter Milton Keynes Catholic Schools Partnership St Paul (Milton Keynes Local Authority) Schools St Thomas Aquinas Primary Address: St Mary's Avenue, Bletchley, Milton Keynes MK3 5DT Tel: Executive Headteacher: Mr R Mundy office@st-thomasaquinas.co.uk I/C RE: Mrs K Hackett Pupils: 298 and Bishop Parker Primary Address: Barton Rd, Bletchley, Milton Keynes MK2 3BT Tel: Executive Headteacher: Mr R Mundy office@bishopparker.co.uk I/C RE: Ms J Shone Pupils: 219 St Bernadette s Primary Address: Tewkesbury Lane, Monkston Park, Milton Keynes MK10 9PH Tel: Headteacher: Mrs J Zamora office@stbernadettesschool.com I/C RE: Ms J Pughe Pupils: 423 St Mary Magdalene Primary Address: Ardwell Lane, Greenleys, Milton Keynes MK12 6AY Tel: Headteacher: Mrs R Jones office@st-marymagdalene.milton-keynes.sch.uk I/C RE: Mrs K Williams Pupils: 380 St Monica s Primary Address: Currier Drive, Neath Hill, Milton Keynes MK14 6HB Tel: Headteacher: Mr R O Malley stmonicas@st-monicas.co.uk I/C RE: Miss A Walls Pupils: 404 St Paul s Comprehensive (11-19years) Address: Phoenix Drive, Milton Keynes MK6 5EN Tel: Headteacher: Mrs J Hoarty enquiries@st-pauls.org.uk I/C RE: Miss L Maw Pupils: 1901 Chaplain: Mrs A Hoskins Thornton College (Independent) Address: Convent of Jesus & Mary, Thornton, Milton Keynes MK17 0HJ Tel: Headteacher: Mrs Val Holmes office@thorntoncollege.com I/C RE: Mrs S Olejnik (Primary); Mrs S Murphy (Secondary) Pupils: 398 Northampton St Thomas of Canterbury Catholic Schools Partnership (Northamptonshire Local Authority) St Mary s Primary Address: Main Street, Aston-le-Walls, Daventry NN11 6UF Tel: Headteacher: Mrs L Concannon head@stmarys-pri.northants-ecl.gov.uk I/C RE: Mrs L Concannon Pupils: 85 Chaplain: Fr J Conroy 78

81 Our Lady Immaculate Catholic Academies Trust Chaplain: Rose Darwin The Good Shepherd Primary Address: Kingsland Gardens, Northampton NN2 7BH Tel: Headteacher: Mrs C Dodds admin@thegoodshepherd.northants.sch.uk I/C RE: Ms D Smith Pupils: 322 St Gregory s Primary Address: Grange Road, Northampton NN3 2AX Tel: Executive Headteacher: Mrs K Yuen admin@sgcps.org I/C RE: Miss S Marum Pupils: 318 and St Mary s Primary Address: Woodside Way, Northampton NN5 7HX Tel: Executive Headteacher: Mrs K Yuen admin@ stmaryscatholicprimary.northants.sch.uk I/C RE: Miss H Rowles Pupils: 203 Thomas Becket School Address: Becket Way, Kettering Rd North, Northampton NN3 6HT Tel: Headteacher: Mr P McCahill office@thomasbecket.org.uk I/C RE: Mrs J Sleight Pupils: 751 North Northamptonshire Catholic Schools Partnership St Luke (Northamptonshire Local Authority) St Patrick s Primary Address: Patrick Road, Corby NN18 9NT Tel: Headteacher: Mrs L Blair bursar@stpatricks.northants-ecl.gov.uk I/C RE: Mrs J Holloway Pupils: 234 Our Lady Immaculate Academies Trust St Brendan s Primary Address: Beanfield Ave, Corby NN18 0AZ Tel: Headteacher: Mrs L Brydon sbpoffice@st-luke-at.co.uk I/C RE: Mrs L Baron-Edgely Pupils: 304 St Edward s Primary Address: Eastleigh Road, Kettering NN15 6PT Tel: Headteacher: Mrs P Cuddihy sepoffice@st-luke-at.co.uk I/C RE: Mrs P Cuddihy Pupils: 191 St Thomas More Primary Address: Northampton Road, Kettering NN15 7JZ Tel: Headteacher: Mr F Donald stmoffice@st-luke.at.co.uk I/C RE: Ms S Howes Pupils: 215 Our Lady s Primary Address: Henshaw Road, Wellingborough NN8 2BE Tel: Headteacher: Miss E Gribble head@ourladysprim.northants-ecl.gov.uk I/C RE: Mrs M Chapman Pupils: 398 Chaplain: Mrs H O Neill Our Lady of Walsingham Primary Address: Occupation Road, Corby NN17 1EE Tel: Headteacher: Mrs M Hayes olpoffice@st-luke-at.co.uk I/C RE: Mrs S O Bernie Pupils: 378 Chaplain: Mrs F Inman Schools 79

82 Slough Catholic Schools Partnership St Peter (Slough Local Authority) Holy Family Primary Address: High Street, Langley SL3 8NF Tel: Headteacher: Mrs S Benn school.admin@hfcs.org.uk I/C RE: Mrs D O Riley Pupils: 449 Our Lady of Peace Primary & Nursery Address: Derwent Drive, Burnham SL1 6HW Tel: Headteacher: Mrs J Holden post@olopprimary.co.uk I/C RE: Mr S Phelan Pupils: 523 St Bernard s Grammar Address: Langley Road, Slough SL3 7AF Tel: Headteacher: Mr P Kassapian secretary@st-bernards.slough.sch.uk I/C RE: Mr M Ward Pupils: 973 Chaplain: Mrs S Denny St Bernard s Preparatory (Independent) Address: Hawtrey Close, Slough SL1 1TB Tel: Headteacher: Mrs A Verma info@stbernardsprep.org I/C RE: Miss B Grogan Pupils: 229 Chaplain: Mrs J Hupalo Schools St Thomas Catholic Academies Trust St Anthony s Primary Address: Farnham Road, Farnham Royal, Slough SL2 3AA Tel: Headteacher: Mrs S Oppe post@stanthonys.slough.sch.uk I/C RE: Ms N Tew Pupils: 521 St Ethelbert s Primary & Nursery Address: Wexham Road, Slough SL2 5QR Tel: Headteacher: Mrs F Maynard post@stethelberts.slough.sch.uk I/C RE: Ms R Evans Pupils: 418 St Joseph s High Address: Shaggy Calf Lane, Slough SL2 5HW Tel: Executive Head: Mr C Stapleton office@st-josephs.slough.sch.uk I/C RE: Mr T Ojakovoh Pupils: 998 Chaplain: Miss B Townsend Pupil numbers are as at November 2021 School and College Chaplaincies Coordinator: Alex Heath. alex.mission@northamptondiocese.org Chaplaincy Provision in schools is diverse throughout the Diocese and local clergy provide essential pastoral support. Some schools have appointed Chaplaincy Coordinators who work in schools and with local clergy to coordinate Chaplaincy provision. 80

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84 CHAPLAINCIES University Chaplaincies Coordinator: Avril Baigent, Pastoral Ministry Advisor. Tel: Higher Education Buckingham University Rev Andrew Ollard - St Bernadine of Siena Parish, Buckingham Tel: parish.buckinghambrackley@northamptondiocese.org Univ. of Bedfordshire (Bedford Campus) Rev Wayne Coughlin - Holy Cross and SS Philip and James, Bedford Tel: parish.ssphilipandjames@northamptondiocese.org Univ. of Bedfordshire (Luton Campus) Catherine Bolam, Chaplaincy Volunteer Tel: c.bolam2@ntlworld.com Univ. of Bedfordshire (Milton Keynes Campus) Milton Keynes Parish Cluster. Tel: parish.stbarnabascluster@northamptondiocese.org Cranfield University Milton Keynes Parish Cluster. Tel: parish.stbarnabascluster@northamptondiocese.org University of Northampton Fr Andrew Behrens, St Gregory s Parish. Tel: parish.stgregory@northamptondiocese.org Chaplaincies Hospital Chaplaincies Bishop s Advisor: Avril Baigent, Pastoral Ministry Office, Damien House, 23 High Street, Great Missenden HP16 9AA. Tel: avril@northamptondiocese.com Main General Hospitals Many of these hospitals are served by a team of local priests. Where this is the case, it is better to ring the hospital chaplaincy direct and they will contact the priest on-call for that day and, for urgent calls, ring the hospital switchboard. Kettering General Hospital hospital chaplaincy via the switchboard t: St Edward s, Kettering t: Northampton General Hospital Northampton Cathedral t: St Andrew s and St Matthew s Hospital, Northampton St Gregory s t: Milton Keynes University Hospital hospital chaplaincy team t: ext Milton Keynes Cluster t: Bedford General Hospital Dcn Tony Quinlan extn 5901 chaplaincy@bedfordhospital.nhs.uk 82

85 Luton and Dunstable General Hospital Rev Liam Castle or if out of office hours, please ask the ward staff to contact the Duty Chaplain at any time. Stoke Mandeville Hospital, Aylesbury hospital chaplaincy team t: Wycombe General Hospital hospital chaplaincy team t: St Augustine s, High Wycombe t: Wexham Park Hospital, Slough Dcn Michael Ossei-Williams t: Chaplaincy at smaller hospitals and hospices, below, is mainly provided by parishes rather than individual named priests. Amersham General Hospital Barratt Maternity Unit, Northampton Bedford General Hospital North Wing Biggleswade Hospital Brackley Hospital Buckingham Hospital Chiltern Hospital, Great Missenden Corby Community Hospital Danetre Hospital Isebrook Hospital L & D General Hospital (Maternity) Manor Hospital, Biddenham Marlow Community Hospital Rushden Hospital St Mary s Hospital Three Shires Hospital Upton Hospital Hospices for the Dying South Bucks Hospice, High Wycombe Cransley Hospice, Kettering Florence Nightingale Hospice, Aylesbury Pasque Hospice, Luton St John s Hospice, Moggerhanger Cynthia Spencer Hospice, Northampton Willen Hospice, Milton Keynes Little Chalfont Great Billing SS. Philip & James Biggleswade Buckingham Buckingham Great Missenden St Brendan s, Corby Daventry Wellingborough Holy Ghost, Luton St Joseph s. Bedford Marlow Rushden Kettering St Gregory s, Northampton St Ethelbert s, Slough St Augustine, High Wycombe St Edward, Kettering St Joseph s, Aylesbury Holy Family, Luton St Peter, Biggleswade St Gregory, Northampton Milton Keynes Area Cluster Chaplaincies 83

86 Prison Chaplaincies Catholic Bishops Conference of England and Wales National Catholic Chaplain for Prisons: Rev Paul Douthwaite BA Hons PGCE Tel: Her Majesty s Prison and Probation Service Roman Catholic Internal HQ Advison: Rev Dcn Paul Hargreaves Tel: paul.hargreaves@justice.gov.uk Bedfordshire Bishop s Diocesan Coordinator: Mr Charlie Sweeney Tel: Charles.sweeney@justice.gov.uk H.M. Prison Bedford Rev Canon Seamus Keenan, 2 Brereton Road, Bedford MK40 1HU. Tel: parish.stjosephbedford@northamptondiocese.org Giovanna Payne giovanna.payne@justice.gov.uk Immigration Centre, Yarl's Wood Rev Wayne Coughlin. Tel: parish.ssphilipandjames@northamptondiocese.org Buckinghamshire Chaplaincies Young Offenders Institution, Aylesbury H.M. Prison Grendon H.M. Prison Spring Hill H.M. Prison Woodhill Northamptonshire Fr Daniel Rooke: frdanielrooke@protonmail.com Mary Armitage: mary.armitage@justice.gov.uk Gerard Felix c/o Grendon Underwood, Aylesbury HP18 0TL. Tel: gerard.felix@justice.gov.uk Gerard Felix c/o Grendon Underwood, Aylesbury HP18 0TL. Tel: gerard.felix@justice.gov.uk Rev Anton Webb, Winslow Hall, Sheep St, Winslow MK18 3HL. Tel: anton.webb@justice.gov.uk H.M. Prison Onley Mr Charlie Sweeney. Tel: charles.sweeney01@justice.gov.uk H.M. Prison Ryehill Mr Charlie Sweeney. Tel: Ext 4410 charles.sweeney01@justice.gov.uk 84

87 Chaplain to Gypsies, Roma and Travellers Father Dan Mason. Tel: Buckinghamshire RAF Halton Chaplains to the Army and Air Force Rev Dcn Peter Swindlehurst, c/o RAF Halton Wendover, Bucks HP22 5PG. Tel: RAF High Wycombe (Walters Ash) Served from RAF Halton Northamptonshire RAF Croughton Rev Myung Cho - RAF Croughton, Brackley, Northants, NN13 5XP myungcho.2@us.af.mail Tel: Chaplaincies 85

88 DIOCESAN STATISTICS 2020 Baptisms Conv Comm Conf Marr Death Mass Northampton South & West CATHEDRAL St Augustine's DAVENTRY SS Francis & Therese St Aidan's St Patrick's, DUSTON St Thomas More, TOWCESTER Sacred Heart, ASTON le WALLS North Northants OL of Walsingham, CORBY St Brendan's, CORBY St Edward's, KETTERING St John Olgivie, CORBY St Patrick's, CORBY St Paul's, THRAPSTON Most Holy Name of Jesus, OUNDLE Northampton North & East Shrine, GREAT BILLING Sacred H & OL, WELLINGBOROUGH Sacred Heart, WESTON FAVELL St Gregory's St Peter's, RUSHDEN Bedford Christ the King Holy Cross OL Of Ransom, KEMPSTON SS Philip & James St Frances Cabrini St Joseph's Central Bedfordshire St Peter's, BIGGLESWADE St Mary's, DUNSTABLE Sacred Heart, FLITWICK Sacred Heart, LEIGHTON BUZZARD St Francis of Assisi, SHEFFORD Statistics Milton Keynes St Bernardine's, BUCKINGHAM Christ the King, KENTS HILL St Bede's, NEWPORT PAGNELL OL Help of Christians, OLNEY OL of Lourdes St Augustines, HEELANDS St Edward the Confessor St Francis de Sales/St Mary Mag St Thomas Aquinas/All Saints St Alban's, WINSLOW St Mary's, WOBURN SANDS

89 Luton Our Lady's St Joseph's Holy Family & St John's Holy Ghost St Margaret's St Martin De Porres Sacred Heart Aylesbury Guardian Angels OL of Lourdes & Wendover St Joseph's/St Clare's Good Shepherd, HADDENHAM OL of Light, LONG CRENDON St Teresa's, PRINCES RISBOROUGH South East Bucks St Columba's, CHESHAM OL of Perpetual Succour, CHESHAM BOIS St Joseph's, GERRARDS CROSS St Aidan's, LITTLE CHALFONT IHM, GT MISSENDEN South Bucks St Teresa's, BEACONSFIELD St John Henry Newman St Dunstan's, BOURNE END St Augustine's, HIGH WYCOMBE St Peter's, MARLOW Slough OL of Peace, BURNHAM St Augustine's, DATCHET St Anthony's Holy Family St Ethelbert's Holy Redeemer, WEXHAM TOTALS Statistics 87

90 Canon Dan Kiely Daniel Joseph Kiely was born on 25th May 1943 in Ballydaly, Millstreet, Co. Cork. He was one of six children born to Katty and Denis Kiely. Dan studied for the priesthood at All Hallows, Dublin and was ordained in After joining our diocese he was sent to be assistant priest at Sacred Heart parish in Leighton Buzzard and subsequently at the Cathedral in Northampton. Later he became parish priest of St. Bede s in Newport Pagnell. From there he served in two parishes in Luton; St. Martin s and St.Joseph s. In 1988 Bishop Francis Thomas appointed Fr Dan as vicar general, a role he held until the death of Bishop Thomas. In 1994 Father Dan was sent to be parish priest of St. Bernardine s Buckingham and St.Martin s Brackley. It didn t take long for his parishioners to warm to his relaxed ways, his gentleness and his ability to see the goodness in people. If he couldn t see a resolution when one was needed, he was prepared to wait until one came along. Dan had his own time zone, known in the parish as Dan Time because he rarely consulted his watch. The advertised Mass times published in the directory should have been prefaced with the word approximately. Dan enjoyed playing golf; and he was part of a group of golfers from St.Thomas Aquinas and All Saints, Bletchley who had an annual golfing trip to Ireland. He kept in touch with his fellow priests, and he enjoyed going on holiday with Canon Kevin O Driscoll and his close family Dan s family in Ireland was hugely important to him and he was refreshed by his regular holidays home. On his return, his parishioners relished the stories of another Kiely wedding, Baptism or family barbeque which he managed somehow to relate to the Sunday Gospel. Dan placed no value on material things; he valued people, he was relaxed in company and he always managed to say the right words when they were needed. As his health began to deteriorate and he became less able to fulfil his duties, he reluctantly left Buckingham and went home to be cared for by his family. He had been parish priest in Buckingham and Brackley for twenty two years. Dan had a short time with his sister, Catherine, then when it became apparent that his health was further deteriorating, his niece Katie was tireless in her search for the right treatment and care for him. In order to receive specialist nursing he moved to St.Joseph s care home in Cork City where he was well looked after and comfortable. Sadly he contracted Covid and died on Sunday 24th January 2021 He is remembered with love and we recall his gentle, faithful ministry, with thanks. Kate Harper OBITUARY 88

91 ORDINATION Rev Andrew Coy Fr Andrew Coy was ordained on 25th March Due to covid restrictions only a handful of friends and family were able to attend his ordination at Northampton Cathedral. Here Fr Andrew writes: I was born in Luton in May 1994, and am one of four. I went to St Margaret s Catholic Primary School in Luton and then to John F Kennedy Catholic School in Hemel Hempstead, where my two brothers had gone before me. It was towards the end of my time in secondary school that I began seriously to consider the priesthood, but decided to go to university to give myself more time. I read history at Durham University, during which I also became active in the Catholic Chaplaincy there. The chaplaincy was run by Dominicans, and I briefly considered a vocation to religious life along those lines. In my final year, however, I contacted the diocese and applied to begin formation as a seminarian. Bishop Peter accepted me for priestly formation, and asked me to go to the Venerable English College in Rome. Along with the usual programme of studies, I also became heavily involved in the musical scene, as organist and Schola Master. Five years into formation, the Coronavirus pandemic struck, and we were evacuated from Italy in March Although I didn t know it at the time, this marked the end of my seminary formation, and the beginning of parish ministry, after ordination to the diaconate in July After eight months as a deacon, I was ordained to the priesthood in March 2021, on the beautiful feast of the Annunciation. It has certainly been an interesting time to start parish ministry, but one full of opportunity, and I have found it both joyful and rewarding. I spent my time as a deacon at the Cathedral, and continue to minister in the Cathedral & St Aidan s as a priest. 89

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93 Season of Advent During Advent and Christmastide we are asked to pray for these intentions: MIGRANTS AND REFUGEES especially on 3 rd December THE BISHOP, CLERGY & PEOPLE OF THE DIOCESE especially on 8 th December EXPECTANT MOTHERS especially on 19 th December Advent Advent has a twofold character: as a season when we are called to look forward to Christ s Second Coming at the end of time; as a season to prepare for Christmas, when Christ s first coming to us is remembered. Advent is thus a period for devout and joyful expectation. Advent Part 1: up to 16 th December 1] On weekdays of Advent on which an optional memorial is observed, it is possible to choose either the Office and Mass of the weekday, or the Office and Mass of the Saint whose memorial occurs. 2] Only when some serious need or pastoral advantage requires it may an appropriate Mass for various needs and intentions or a votive Mass be celebrated. Daily Masses for the Dead are not allowed. 3] In the weekday Office, the Invitatory Antiphon, Hymns and the Antiphon of the Middle Hour are taken from those prescribed for the Season. 4] The playing of the organ and other musical instruments, and the decoration of the altar with flowers should be done in a moderate manner, as is consonant with the character of the Season, without anticipating the full joy of the Nativity of the Lord. The same moderation should be observed in the celebration of Matrimony. Advent Part 2: December ] Weekdays take precedence over memorials of Saints. 2] Votive Masses and Daily Masses for the Dead are prohibited. 3] Proper readings are given in the Lectionary for these days, rather than those for Advent Week 3 or 4. 4] In the Office the Propers are similarly followed. Ordo 91

94 SEASON OF ADVENT NOVEMBER/DECEMBER Sunday Lectionary Year of Luke (C) Sunday FIRST SUNDAY OF ADVENT (violet) 28+ Psalter Week 1 Pf of Advent I *Fr Henry King 1907 (Shefford) Monday Feria (violet) 29 Pf of Advent I *Fr Edward Watkiss 1958 (retd. N.Walsham) *Fr Gerard Hulme 1978 (retd. Sheringham) Tuesday ST ANDREW, Apostle, Patron of Scotland feast (red) 30 Gloria, Pf. Of Apostles WELLINGBOROUGH (Henshaw Road): I Vespers of St Edmund *Rev. Anthony McHale 2000 (Gt.Missenden) Wednesday Feria (violet) 1 Or St Edmund Campion, Martyr op.mem. (red) * Fr Henry Logan 1884 * Fr Ron Bustin 1992 (Lt.Chalfont) * Canon Frank Duane (Aylesbury) Thursday Feria (violet) 2 Pf of Advent I * Fr John Taylor 1876 Friday St Francis Xavier, Priest mem (white) 3 Pf of Advent I Day of Prayer for Migrants Saturday Feria (violet) 4 Or St John Damascene, Priest & Doctor op.mem. (white) Pf of Advent I Sunday SECOND SUNDAY OF ADVENT (violet) 5+ Psalter Week 2 Pf of Advent I The memoria of St Birinus is not observed Monday Feria (violet) 6 Or St Nicholas, Bishop op.mem. (white) Pf of Advent I *Fr Thomas Walters 1974 (retd Olney 1964) Ordo 92

95 SEASON OF ADVENT DECEMBER Tuesday St Ambrose, Bishop & Doctor (white) 7 Pf of Advent I * Mgr Provost John Freeland 1940 (Thornton College) Wednesday IMMACULATE CONCEPTION OF BLESSED VIRGIN MARY solemnity 8 Chief Patron of the Diocese (white) Gloria, Creed, Pf of Immaculate Conception. Not EP IV Mention should be made of the Diocese & its Bishop in the Prayer of the Faithful. PATRONAL SOLEMNITY of the CATHEDRAL and Churches at BURNHAM, DUNSTABLE, LAXTON, LONG CRENDON, TURVEY, SLOUGH (Wellington St) * Fr Christopher Madden 1981 (St Pancras, Ipswich) * Mgr Canon John Malone 1970 (retd Cathedral 1966) * Fr Wilbur Boswell 2007 (retd Long Crendon) Thursday Feria (violet) 9 Or St Juan Diego Cuauhtlatoatzin op.mem. (white) Pf of Advent I *Fr Kevin Jones 1957 (St George, Norwich) *Fr Brendan Gorman 2013 (Christ the King, Bedford) Friday Feria (violet) 10 Or Our Lady of Loreto op.mem. (white) see Appendix II Pf of Advent I *Fr Lawrence Howlin 1992 (retd St Neot s 1989) Saturday Feria (violet) 11 Or Pope St Damasus I op.mem. (white) Pf of Advent I *Fr Bernard Davenport 2012 (Chesham Bois) Sunday THIRD SUNDAY OF ADVENT Gaudete (rose/violet) 12+ Psalter Week 3 Pf of Advent I The memoria of Our Lady of Guadeloupe is not observed Monday St Lucy, Virgin & Martyr memoria (red) 13 Pf of Advent I *Fr Bernard Hyde 1961 (retd Cathedral 1936) Tuesday St John of the Cross, Priest & Doctor (white) 14 Pf of Advent I Ordo 93

96 SEASON OF ADVENT DECEMBER *Fr George Wigglesworth 1900 (King s Lynn) *Fr Gerard Conlon 1966 (St Joseph, Luton) Wednesday Feria (violet) 15 Pf of Advent I Today in 1921 Fr Dudley Cary Elwes was ordained 5 th Bishop of Northampton *Canon John Cosser 1950 (retd Wellingborough 1948) *Fr Laurence Nicholson 1969 (St Mary, Ipswich) Thursday Feria (violet) 16 Pf of Advent I Friday Feria O Wisdom (violet) 17 Pf of Advent II Saturday Feria O Adonai (violet) 18 Pf of Advent II *Fr Constantine Ketterer 1940 (Ely) *Fr David Johnston 1979 (Kirtling) Sunday FOURTH SUNDAY OF ADVENT O Root of Jesse (violet) 19+ Psalter Week 4 Pf of Advent II Day of Prayer for Expectant Mothers *Rev John Thompson 2013 (Luton) Monday Feria O Key (violet) 20 Pf of Advent II *Fr Alfred Bull 1980 (retd St Mary Magdalene, Ipswich 1977) Tuesday Feria O Rising Sun (violet) 21 Pf of Advent II (St Peter Canisius as a commemoration) BEDFORD (Woburn Rd): I Vespers of St Francesca On this day in 1118 St Thomas Becket was born Wednesday Feria O King (violet) 22 Pf of Advent II BEDFORD (Woburn Rd): Patronal Solemnity of St Francesca Cabrini *Mgr Charles Smith 1954 (retd Beaconsfield 1949) Thursday Feria O Emmanuel (violet) 23 Pf of Advent II (St John of Kanty as a commemoration) Ordo *Fr Charles Wendling 1886 *Fr Liam Brady 1993 (retd Burnham 1985) 94

97 SEASON OF CHRISTMAS DECEMBER Friday Morning Masses 24 Feria (violet) *Fr Frederick Nutt 1971 (Cromer) *Fr Gerard Langley 1992 (retd Blakeney 1989) Today in 1294 Cardinal Benedetto Gaetani, rector in commendam of St Laurence, Towcester, was elected Pope as Boniface VIII THE NATIVITY OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST Solemnity Friday Evening Mass of the Vigil (white) 24 Gloria, Creed (At the words by the power and was made man all kneel) Pf of Christmas I III. EP I Proper Communicantes. Not EP IV The Christmas Vigil Office (white) Before the Mass during the night of Christmas it is appropriate that a solemn vigil should be celebrated with the Office of Readings. Compline is not said by those present at this vigil. Saturday Mass during the Night, at Dawn and during the Day (white) 25+ Gloria, Creed (At by the power was made man all kneel) Pf of Christmas I III. EP I Proper Communicantes. Not EP IV Liturgy of the Word: The readings may be used as given in the Lectionary for the three Christmas Masses. Alternatively one may choose from the readings of these Masses those pastorally best suited to a particular congregation. The sequence of OT, Psalm, Apostle, Gospel should still be maintained. Today each priest may celebrate three Masses, taking a stipend for each. Patronal Solemnity at CHALFONT ST GILES II VESPERS of Christmas Day. *Canon John Henry Thompson 1968 (retd Aldeburgh 1967) *Bishop Francis Thomas 1988 (Bon Secours, Beaconsfield) Sunday THE HOLY FAMILY feast (white) 26+ Gloria, Creed. Pf of Christmas I III EP I with Proper Communicantes. Not EP IV. II VESPERS of Holy Family LUTON (Holy Family) & LANGLEY: Patronal Solemnity The Feast of St Stephen is not observed *Bishop William Wareing 1865 (East Bergholt) Monday ST JOHN, Apostle & Evangelist feast (white) 27 Gloria, Pf of Christmas I III, EP I with Proper Communicantes, Not EP IV. Ordo 95

98 SEASON OF CHRISTMAS DECEMBER/JANUARY LUTON (St John): Patronal Solemnity of St John *Fr Brian Godden 2009 (Slough) *Fr Joseph Williams 2013 (St Martin, Luton) Tuesday THE HOLY INNOCENTS, Martyrs feast (red) 28 Gloria, Pf of Christmas I III, EP I with Proper Communicantes, Not EP IV. *Fr John Fennell 1997 (Wellingborough) Wednesday ST THOMAS BECKET, Bishop & Martyr (red) 29 Solemnity in Cathedral, feast in Diocese. Secondary Patron of the Diocese and the Cathedral Patron of English Pastoral Clergy Gloria, 1 st Reading from Common of Martyrs or Pastors, Creed in Cathedral, Pf of Christmas I III, EP I Proper Communicantes, Not EP IV St Thomas Becket fled into exile from Northampton on 13 th October 1164, and suffered on this day at Canterbury in Thursday Sixth Day of Christmas Octave (white) 30 Pf of Christmas, EPI with Proper Communicantes Not EP IV. *Fr Louis Boulin 1902 (Aston le Walls) Friday Seventh Day of Christmas Octave (white) 31 Pf of Christmas, EPI with Proper Communicantes Not EP IV. (St Sylvester I, Pope as a commemoration) *Mgr Canon Bernard Marshall 1946 (Cambridge) *Fr Denis Roberts 1969 (Great Billing) Saturday MARY, MOTHER OF GOD solemnity (white) 1 Gloria, Creed, Pf of Blessed Virgin Mary I (motherhood) or II. EP I w. Christmas Communicantes. Not EP IV. II VESPERS of the Solemnity Sunday SECOND SUNDAY AFTER CHRISTMAS (white) 2+ Pf of Christmas I III ANNOUNCE: Thursday as Epiphany & Holy Day. The memoria of SS Basil & Gregory is not observed DENHAM & OUNDLE: I VESPERS of the Most Holy Name Monday Feria (white) 3 Or The Most Holy Name of Jesus op.mem. (white) For Proper Readings, see Appendix II. Pf of Christmas. Ordo DENHAM & OUNDLE: Patronal Solemnity of the Most Holy Name *Fr Guy Pritchard 1983 (retd Ely 1970) *Rev Jim Griffin 2011 Tuesday Feria (white) 4 Pf of Christmas Wednesday Feria (white) 5 Pf of Christmas I VESPERS of Epiphany 96

99 SEASON OF CHRISTMAS JANUARY Thursday THE EPIPHANY OF THE LORD (white) 6+ Gloria, Creed, Pf of Epiphany, EP I Proper Communicantes, Not EP IV After the Gospel the Proclamation of the Date of Easter may be said or sung, announcing the movable Feasts of the Year. Baptism of the Lord 9 January Ash Wednesday 2 March Easter Sunday 17 April Ascension of the Lord 26 May Pentecost 5 June Trinity Sunday 12 June Corpus Christi 19 June Sacred Heart of Jesus 24 June Christ the King 20 November *Fr Thomas Walters 1974 (Olney) *Provost William Wainwright 1983 (retd Peterborough 1965) Friday Feria (white) 7 Or St Raymond of Penyafort, Priest op.mem. (white) Pf of Epiphany or Christmas *Fr Arthur Speight 1990 (St James, Ipswich) *Fr Patrick Connolly 2008 (Nazareth House) Saturday Feria (white) 8 Pf of Epiphany or Christmas I VESPERS of the Baptism of the Lord *Fr Henry Stanley 1924 (Gorleston) Sunday THE BAPTISM OF THE LORD feast (white) 9+ Pf of the Baptism of the Lord. Not EP IV. The Rite of Blessing & Sprinkling of Holy Water is appropriate. Here ends the Season of Christmas Ordo 97

100 ORDINARY TIME Ordinary Time Winter During this period of Ordinary Time, we are asked to pray for these intentions: JANUARY PEACE ON EARTH CHRISTIAN UNITY Especially on 16 th January Especially during the octave 18 th 25 th January OPENNESS TO GOD S WORD Especially on 23 rd January VICTIMS OF TRAFFICKING THE SICK & THEIR CARERS. RACIAL JUSTICE Especially on 8 th February Especially on 11 th February Especially on 13 th February THE UNEMPLOYED Especially on 27 th February First Week of the Year Sunday Lectionary: Year of Luke (C) Ferial Lectionary: Year II Psalter Week 1 Monday Feria (green) 10 Tuesday Feria (green) 11 *Canon Herbert Gray 1952 (Gorleston) Wednesday Feria (green) 12 Or St Aelred of Rievaulx op.mem. (white) *Fr Charles Flynn 1943 (retd Sudbury 1930) Thursday Feria (green) 13 Or St Hilary of Poitiers, Bishop & Doctor (white) Friday Feria (green) 14 Saturday Feria (green) 15 Or Our Lady on Saturday (green/white) Ordo *Fr Patrick Duffy 1928 (retd Huntingdon 1909) *Fr Alfred Wilson 1936 (Shefford) *Fr Donald Breen 2005 (retd Luton) Sunday SECOND SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (green) 16+ Peace Day Psalter Week 2 Monday St Anthony, Abbot mem. (white) 17 *Fr George Fressanges 1944 (St John s, Norwich) 98

101 ORDINARY TIME JANUARY Tuesday Feria (green) 18 Octave of Prayer for Christian Unity (18 25 Jan.). Mass for Christian Unity may be celebrated during this period, including the Sunday. HIGH WYCOMBE (St Wulstan): I Vespers of St Wulstan *Mgr Provost Joseph Tonks 1943 (Cathedral) *Fr Derrick Morgan 1984 (Chesham) *Rev Henry Reed 2011 Wednesday Feria (green) 19 Or St Wulstan, Bishop op.mem. (white) HIGH WYCOMBE (St Wulstan): Patronal Solemnity *Canon Thomas Fitzgerald 1915 (St John s, Norwich) Thursday Feria (green) 20 Or St Fabian, Pope & Martyr op.mem. (red) Or St Sebastian, Martyr op.mem. (red) Friday St Agnes, Martyr mem. (red) 21 *Fr Ernest Shebbeare 1936 (Woodbridge) *Canon Leonard Tomlinson 1983 (retd Chesham Bois 1975) Saturday Feria (green) 22 Or St Vincent, Deacon & Martyr op.mem. (red) Or Our Lady on Saturday (green/white) *Fr David Cox 1956 (St Ethelbert s, Slough) *Fr Stephen Reith 2009 (retd Leighton Buzzard) *Canon Stan Condon 2012 (Woburn Sands) Sunday THIRD SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (green) 23+ Psalter Week 3 Sunday of the Word of God WOLVERTON: I VESPERS of the Dedication of the Church *Fr James McDermott 1999 (retd. St John Ogilvie, Corby 1996) Monday St Francis de Sales, Bishop & Doctor mem. (white) 24 WOLVERTON: Anniversary of the Dedication THRAPSTON: I Vespers of St Paul *Fr William Fippard 1896 (retd Sudbury 1894) *Canon Dan Kiely 2021 (retd Buckingham 2017) Tuesday CONVERSION OF ST PAUL feast (white) 25 Gloria, Pf of Apostles THRAPSTON: Patronal Solemnity of the Conversion of St Paul Wednesday SS Timothy & Titus, Bishops memoria (white) 26 WOLVERTON: I VESPERS of St Francis de Sales (tr.) *Canon Matthias Lane 1886 (Stoke by Nayland) *Fr John Refitt 1988 (Swaffham) Ordo 99

102 ORDINARY TIME JANUARY/FEBRUARY Thursday Feria (green) 27 Or St Angela Merici, Virgin op.mem. (white) WOLVERTON: St Francis de Sales (tr.) BLETCHLEY (St Thomas Aquinas): I VESPERS of St Thomas Friday St Thomas Aquinas, Doctor mem. (white) 28 BLETCHLEY (St Thomas Aquinas): Patronal Solemnity Saturday Feria (green) 29 Or Our Lady on Saturday (green/white) *Fr Francis Rudd 1973 (Southwold) Sunday FOURTH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (green) 30+ Psalter Week 4 Monday St John Bosco, Priest memoria (white) 31 *Fr William Bodley 1900 (Oxburgh) *Fr Joseph Sweeney 1993 (retd St James, Ipswich 1979) *Canon James Galvin 2006 Tuesday Feria (green) 1 Wednesday THE PRESENTATION OF THE LORD feast (white) 2 Pf of the Presentation. Not EP IV. Candles may be blessed at the start of Mass, in which case the Penitential Rite is omitted. The Rite of Blessing begins, In the Name of the Father and the usual liturgical greeting. The priest (or deacon) invites the people to take part, saying Forty days have passed or similar words. After the blessing of candles, he says Let us go in peace to meet the Lord. For the blessing and procession the priest may wear a white cope Thursday Feria (green) 3 Or St Blaise, Martyr op.mem. (red) Or St Ansgar, Bishop op.mem. (white) Or St Werburgh, Religious op.mem. (white) Friday Feria (green) 4 Saturday St Agatha, Virgin & Martyr memoria (red) 5 *Canon Gerard Roberts 1976 (Beaconsfield) Sunday FIFTH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (green) 6+ Psalter Week 1 The memoria of SS Paul Miki & Companions is not observed HIGH WYCOMBE (Our Lady s): I VESPERS of Our Lady of Grace *Fr Louis Allen 1931 (Peterborough) *Fr John Osborne 2009 Monday Feria (green) 7 HIGH WYCOMBE (Our Lady s): Patronal Solemnity of O.L. of Grace Ordo *Canon Lawrence Richmond 1872 (retd Cathedral 1865) *Archbishop Frederick Keating 1928 (translated 1921) *Fr James Reidy 1983 (retd St Mark s, Ipswich 1969) 100

103 ORDINARY TIME FEBRUARY Tuesday Feria (green) 8 Or St Jerome Emiliani, Priest op.mem. (white) Or St Josephine Bakhita, Virgin op.mem. (white) For Proper Readings for St Josephine, see Appendix II. Day of Prayer for Victims of Trafficking *Fr Robert Manley 1983 (St George s, Norwich) *Mgr Paul Donovan 2017 (St Augustine s, High Wycombe) Wednesday Feria (green) 9 Thursday St Scholastica, Virgin mem. (white) 10 AYLESBURY (Our Lady): I VESPERS of Our Lady of Lourdes Friday Feria (green) 11 Or Our Lady of Lourdes op.mem. (white) Day of Prayer for the Sick and their Carers. AYLESBURY (Our Lady): Patronal Solemnity of O.L. of Lourdes Saturday Feria (green) 12 Or Our Lady on Saturday (green/white) Sunday SIXTH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (green) 13+ Psalter Week 2 Day of Prayer for Racial Justice, with optional Collection Monday SS CYRIL (Monk) & METHODIUS (Bishop) feast (white) 14 Patrons of Europe Gloria *Provost John Warmoll 1885 (Bedford) *Canon Michael Dwane 1913 (Lynford) Tuesday Feria (green) 15 *Canon John Dalton 1874 (Norwich) *Fr Vincent Weitz 1992 (retd Princes Risborough) Wednesday Feria (green) 16 *Fr Cyril Banham 1963 (retd Felixstowe 1961) Thursday Feria (green) 17 Or The Seven Holy Founders of the Servite Order op.mem. (white) *Mgr Provost Christopher Scott 1922 (Cambridge) *Canon Henry O Connor 1952 (Lynton) *Fr Kenneth Chapman 1983 (Wymondham) Friday Feria (green) Saturday Feria (green) 19 Or Our Lady on Saturday (green/white) *Fr John Harris 2013 (retd Rushden) Ordo 101

104 ORDINARY TIME FEBRUARY/MARCH Sunday SEVENTH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (green) 20+ Psalter Week 3 *Fr Gerard Flanagan 1955 (Iver Heath) *Fr Gerard Moir 1965 (retd Clapham Park 1959) *Fr Michael Finch 1985 (retd Beaconsfield 1984) *Fr Joseph Pham 2020 (retd Farnham Royal 2013) Monday Feria (green) 21 Or St Peter Damian, Bishop & Doctor op.mem. (white) BIGGLESWADE, MARLOW & RUSHDEN: I VESPERS of St Peter *Fr John Scott 1878 (retd Sawston Hall 1855) Tuesday ST PETER S CHAIR feast (white) 22 Gloria BIGGLESWADE, MARLOW & RUSHDEN: Patronal Solemnity Wednesday St Polycarp, Bishop & Martyr memoria (red) 23 *Fr Wilfrid Johnson 1994 (retd Wellingborough 1990) Thursday Feria (green) 24 *Bishop Joseph Rudderham 1979 (translated 1949) *Fr William Gaffney 1985 (retd Marlow 1975) *Fr Michael O Brien 1985 (Norwich Cathedral) Friday Feria (green) 25 Today in 1908 Canon Frederick Keating was consecrated 4 th Bishop of Northampton. Saturday Feria (green) 26 Or Our Lady on Saturday (green/white) Sunday EIGHTH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (green) 27+ Psalter Week 4 Day of Prayer for the Unemployed ANNOUNCE: Wednesday 2 March as Ash Wednesday, with fasting and abstinence. Monday Feria (green) 28 *Fr Charles Reilly 1916 (retd Woodbridge 1911) Tuesday ST DAVID, Bishop, Patron of Wales feast (white) 1 Gloria It is fitting to hold an evening Vigil Service, to mark the beginning of the Lenten Season. Ordo 102

105 SEASON OF LENT MARCH Season of Lent During Lent we are asked to pray for the following intentions: CANDIDATES FOR THE SACRAMENTS. WORLD DAY OF PRAYER THE NEEDY AND HUNGRY OF THE WORLD Especially on Sundays Friday 4 th March Especially on Friday 11 th March PENITENTS AND WANDERERS SURVIVORS OF SEXUAL ABUSE Especially on Friday 8th April Wednesday ASH WEDNESDAY (violet) 2 Day of Fasting and Abstinence. Psalter Week 4. At Lauds, the psalms and antiphons of Friday Week 3 may be used, due to their penitential character. Omit Penitential Rite. Bless and impose ashes after the homily. Pf of Lent IV. Not EP IV BURTON LATIMER: Vespers of Ash Wednesday Thursday Feria (violet) 3 Pf of Lent BURTON LATIMER: Patronal Solemnity of St Nicholas Owen Friday Feria (violet) 4 (St Casimir, Confessor as a commemoration) Pf of Lent World Day of Prayer Saturday Feria (violet) 5 Pf of Lent Sunday FIRST SUNDAY OF LENT (violet) 6+ Pf of Lent Psalter Week 1 ANNOUNCE: Friday as CAFOD Lent Fast Day, with Collection next Sunday. Monday Feria (violet) 7 (SS Perpetua & Felicity as a commemoration) Pf of Lent *Fr Damien Walne 2015 (Great Billing) Tuesday Feria (violet) 8 (St John of God, Religious as a commemoration) Pf of Lent *Fr Bernard Quinlan 1922 (Shefford) Ordo 103

106 SEASON OF LENT MARCH Wednesday Feria (violet) 9 (St Frances of Rome as a commemoration) Pf of Lent CORBY (Danesholme): I VESPERS of St John Ogilvie *Fr Edward Scott 1935 (St George, Norwich) *Fr Reginald Atkinson 1983 (retd Peterborough 1970) Thursday Feria (violet) 10 Pf of Lent CORBY (Danesholme): Patronal Solemnity of St John Ogilvie Friday Feria (violet) 11 Pf of Lent CAFOD Lent Fast Day *Fr David Harris 1925 (High Wycombe) Saturday Feria (violet) 12 Pf of Lent *Fr Cyril Snowden 1966 (retd Sudbury 1963) Sunday SECOND SUNDAY OF LENT (violet) 13+ Pf of Lent Psalter Week 2 2 nd Collection for CAFOD Fast Day *Fr John Ketterer 1973 (retd Hunstanton 1972) *Fr David Woodard 1988 (Oundle) *Fr John Glen 1996 (Christ the King, Bedford) Monday Feria (violet) 14 Pf of Lent Tuesday Feria (violet) 15 Pf of Lent Wednesday Feria (violet) 16 Pf of Lent CORBY (St Patrick) & DUSTON: I VESPERS of St Patrick *Mgr Bruno Scott James 1984 (retd Walsingham 1948) Thursday ST PATRICK, Bishop Patron of Ireland feast (white) 17 Gloria, Pf of Pastors. Ordo CORBY (St Patrick) & DUSTON: Patronal Solemnity of St Patrick Friday Feria (violet) 18 (St Cyril of Jerusalem as a commemoration) Pf of Lent I VESPERS of St Joseph 104

107 SEASON OF LENT MARCH Saturday ST JOSEPH, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary solemnity (white) 19 Gloria, Creed. Pf of St Joseph. Not EP IV. Patronal Solemnity of churches in AYLESBURY, BEDFORD and GERRARDS CROSS I VESPERS of Sunday On this day in 1990 Patrick Leo McCartie was installed as 10 th Bishop of Northampton. On this day in 2020 Canon David Oakley was ordained as 13 th Bishop of Northampton *Rev Patrick Byrne 1979 (All Souls, Peterborough) Sunday THIRD SUNDAY OF LENT (violet) 20+ Pf of Lent Psalter Week 3 CORBY (St Patrick): II VESPERS of Sunday Monday Feria (violet) 21 Pf of Lent CORBY (St Patrick): Anniversary of Dedication (tr. from 20/3) *Mgr Charles Davidson 1975 (retd Waterbeach 1972) *Fr Albert Whyatt 1991 (retd North Walsham 1989) Tuesday Feria (violet) 22 Pf of Lent Wednesday Feria (violet) 23 (St Turibius of Mongrovejo as a commemoration) Pf of Lent *Fr Geoffrey Brennan 1922 (retd Thetford 1916) *Fr William Cooper 1927 (retd Felixstowe 1918) *Fr Augustine Berrell 1995 (retd March 1987) Thursday Feria (violet) 24 Pf of Lent I VESPERS of the Annunciation *Fr Joseph Teeling 1979 (retd Lowestoft 1978) Friday THE ANNUNCIATION OF THE LORD solemnity (white) 25 Gloria, Creed. Pf of Annunciation. Not EP IV. In Creed, all genuflect for by the power and was made man. *Bishop Leo Parker 1975 (Northampton) Saturday Feria (violet) 26 Pf of Lent *Fr Tony Whitfield 2021 (retd Oundle 2004) Ordo 105

108 SEASON OF LENT MARCH/APRIL Sunday FOURTH SUNDAY OF LENT (rose or violet) 27+ Pf of Lent Psalter Week 4 Monday Feria (violet) 28 Pf of Lent Tuesday Feria (violet) 29 Pf of Lent Fr James Rooney 2011 (retd Luton, St Margaret 2000) Wednesday Feria (violet) 30 Pf of Lent *Canon Bernard Murray 1924 (Lynford) *Fr Henry Macklin 1956 (Cople) Thursday Feria (violet) 31 Pf of Lent *Fr Frederick Donovan 1940 (Stowmarket) Friday Feria (violet) 1 Pf of Lent Saturday Feria (violet) 2 (St Francis de Paola as a commemoration) Pf of Lent Crucifixes and other images may now be covered: crucifixes until the Good Friday liturgy; other images until the start of the Easter Vigil. *Fr Bernard Hindle 1992 (Chesham) *Fr Gerard Ryan 2010 (Olney) Sunday FIFTH SUNDAY OF LENT (violet) 3+ Pf of Passion I Psalter Week 1 *Mgr Canon John Ashmole 1938 (Cathedral) Monday Feria (violet) 4 (St Isidore as a commemoration) Pf of Passion I *Fr Michael Foley 1979 (retd Chesham 1978) Tuesday Feria (violet) 5 Pf of Passion I Ordo *Canon John Abbott 1858 (Norwich) *Fr Denis Brophy 1992 (retd Felixstowe 1985) *Mgr Noel Burditt 2000 (Nazareth House, Northampton) 106

109 SEASON OF LENT/HOLY WEEK APRIL Wednesday Feria (violet) 6 Pf of Passion I *Fr Donald Hillier 1980 (retd March 1977) Thursday Feria (violet) 7 (St John Baptiste de la Salle as a commemoration) Pf of Passion I Friday Feria (violet) 8 Pf of Passion I *Fr William Poole 1867 (King s Lynn) Saturday Feria (violet) 9 Pf of Passion I Sunday PALM SUNDAY OF THE PASSION OF THE LORD (red) 10+ Pf of Palm Sunday. Not EP IV Psalter Week 2 Before Principal Mass only: Blessing and Procession of Palms. The Palms (or other branches) are blessed and carried in procession, but should also be devoutly kept in the home so as to call to mind Christ s Victory celebrated in the procession. For the procession a cope is to be preferred to a chasuble. Before other well attended Masses: Blessing of Palms and Solemn Entrance. At other Masses: Simple Entrance. Liturgy of the Word It is recommended that all readings for the Sunday be used. For pastoral reasons the priest may choose to read only one of the readings before the Gospel. He may, if necessary, read only the narrative of the Passion, even in its shorter form. This may be done only at Masses celebrated with a congregation. Narrative of the Passion The Passion is narrated without candles or incense, and without the minister signing the book or greeting the people. It is narrated by deacons or, in their absence, priests. Lay readers may be used, but the part of Christ is reserved for the priest or deacon. After the verse telling of the Lord s death all kneel and a pause is observed. At the end, the words The Gospel of the Lord are said, but the book is not kissed. At all Masses announce: 1] The time of the Chrism Mass, explaining its significance and inviting those who can to attend. 2] Times to be announced for the Triduum Celebrations. 3] The Sacred Paschal Fast requires fasting and abstinence on Good Friday, and it is recommended that fasting should continue, if possible, into Holy Saturday until the Easter Vigil (GNLY n.20) 4] Good Friday collection for the Holy Land Shrines. *Fr Bernard McCaul 1932 (St Mary s, Ipswich) Monday of Holy Week (violet) 11 Pf of Passion II The memoria of St Stanislaus is not observed *Canon Ernest Garnett 1948 (Felixstowe) Tuesday of Holy Week (violet) 12 Pf of Passion II Ordo 107

110 HOLY WEEK/EASTER TRIDUUM APRIL Wednesday of Holy Week (violet) 13 Pf of Passion II The memoria of Pope St Martin I is not observed *Fr Michael Kennedy 1973 (Newmarket) Thursday MAUNDY THURSDAY during the day 14 Violet for the Liturgy of the Hours, White for the Chrism Mass. No Masses without a congregation may be celebrated. No Mass other than the Chrism Mass and the Mass of the Lord s Supper may be celebrated without the Bishop s permission. Funeral Liturgies may be celebrated, but not with Mass. Holy Communion may only be received during Mass, except for the sick and the housebound. Chrism Mass 11.00am in the Cathedral. All clergy should attend, and the faithful should be encouraged to take part. The Season of Lent ends EASTER TRIDUUM When the Sacred Oils arrive in Parish Churches, they should be welcomed with due honour. The old oils should be burned or (where appropriate) poured into the Blessed Sacrament Lamp. It is recommended that the Sacred Oils should be received before the Mass of the Lord s Supper, or at another suitable moment. The faithful should, however, be instructed on the use of the Sacred Oils and their efficacy in the Christian life. The celebrations of the Sacred Triduum should be held only where they may be enacted with dignity and decorum. The faithful from a number of lesser parishes in the care of a single priest should, if possible, gather in the main church of an area to take part in the sacred rites. Where, however, two or more parishes are entrusted to the care of a single priest, each parish having a considerable congregation and the possibility of performing the celebrations with due dignity and solemnity, the parish priest has the faculty to repeat the celebrations of the Easter Triduum. By the celebration of the Easter Triduum: that is, of the Death, Burial and Resurrection of her Spouse, the Church means to make present and to fulfil the mystery of the Passover, the passing over of the Lord from this world to the Father. In accordance with the tradition of the early Church, the sacred Fast should be celebrated on Good Friday of the Lord s Passion and even, as suitable, extended to Holy Saturday, so that the joys of the Lord s Resurrection may be arrived at with alert and open mind. (Sacrosanctum Concilium 110) Thursday Maundy Thursday EVENING MASS OF THE LORD S SUPPER (white) The Church inaugurates the Sacred Triduum, recalling that last supper, when the Lord Jesus, on the night He was betrayed, loving those who were His own in the world right to the very end, offered His Body and Blood under the species of bread and wine to God and under these symbols, gave them to His Apostles that they might consume them, and ordered them and their successors in the priestly office to offer them. Especially in the homily, attention at this Mass should be focussed upon the mysteries commemorated in it the institution of the Eucharist and of the Priestly Order, together with the Lord s Commandment (mandatum, whence Maundy ) of fraternal love The Mass of the Lord s Supper is celebrated in the evening, at a convenient hour, with the full participation of the whole local community. priests and faithful, who have already celebrated Mass or received Holy Communion in the morning may celebrate again at the Evening Mass. Ordo Before the Evening Mass begins the Tabernacle should be entirely emptied and any Hosts consumed. A sufficient amount of bread should be consecrated for the communion of clergy and laity today and tomorrow, and also for viaticum. A place for the Reservation of the Sacrament should be prepared and appropriately decorated (keeping in mind the austerity proper to the 108

111 EASTER TRIDUUM APRIL season). If the Tabernacle normally used is in a chapel distinct from the main body of the church, it may be used for the Reservation and Watching. During the Entrance Procession the priest or another minister may carry into the church the Holy Oils. At the altar the priest places the oils on a table or pedestal near the altar so that they are incensed with the altar itself. Then, after the greeting and before introducing the liturgy of the evening, the priest should say a few words about the blessing of the Oils and their significance. He then takes them to the place used for their reservation. The Mass then continues as usual, noting the following points a) During the Gloria the church bells are rung, subsequently falling silent until the Easter Vigil. b) The tradition of the Washing of the Feet after the homily is encouraged, as is an explanation of its meaning. The washing of feet is done for a select number of the faithful, showing forth the service and love of Christ, Who came not to be served but to serve. c) The Creed is omitted. d) During the procession of the Gifts, it is appropriate to bring to the altar alms collected during Lent for the poor. e) Pf of the Holy Eucharist I. Not EP IV. Where EP I is used, note Proper Communicantes and Hanc Igitur, and special form of the Words of Institution to be found in the Missal. f) Procession to place of Repose. The Sacrament is reserved in a closed Tabernacle, never exposed in a Monstrance. The faithful are encouraged to continue Watching for a suitable period of time during the night, but there must be no Solemn Watching after midnight. The procession and reposition should only take places in churches where it is intended to celebrate the Liturgy of the Lord s Passion on Good Friday. g) After Mass the altar is stripped without ceremony, and crosses are removed from the Church or, if immovable, veiled. h) Office of Readings for Good Friday, with the Vigil may be celebrated during the time of Adoration. (cf GILH 71& 73) VESPERS is omitted by those at the Evening Mass. Friday GOOD FRIDAY (red for LH and for Passion Liturgy) 15 1] Following ancient tradition the Church does not celebrate the Eucharist on this day. Holy Communion may be given to the faithful only during the Liturgy of the Passion of the Lord, but to the sick and housebound, who cannot take part in this celebration, at any time of the day. 2] The celebration of the Sacraments, with the exception of Reconciliation and Anointing of the Sick, is forbidden on this day. Funeral liturgies, but not Mass, may be celebrated, though with no singing or ringing of bells. 3] It is desirable that MORNING PRAYER should be celebrated with the people. Where the Vigil has not been celebrated before midnight the Office of Readings is, if possible, to be celebrated united with Morning Prayer. SOLEMN LITURGY OF THE PASSION OF THE LORD Unless pastoral reasons suggest otherwise, this should be celebrated at around 3.00pm. However, it may not take place before noon, nor after 9.00pm. From the start of the liturgy clergy wear red Mass vestments. The altar should be bare no cloths, cross or candlesticks. Narrative of the Passion see notes for Palm Sunday. From the uncovering of the Cross today until the start of the Easter Vigil, all genuflect to the Cross. At the end of the Liturgy the ministers genuflect to the Cross and all depart in silence. Ordo 109

112 EASTER TRIDUUM/SEASON OF EASTER APRIL It is fitting to prepare a place suitable for prayer and meditation perhaps the place used for Reposition the previous evening and that the Cross be placed there to be adored by the faithful. Of great significance are other devotional exercises that are of pastoral importance, such as the Stations of the Cross, processions of the Lord s Passion, the commemoration of the Sorrows of Our Lady etc. COLLECTION for the Holy Land Shrines. VESPERS is omitted by those participating in this Liturgy. *Fr Donald Heptonstall 1954 (Hunstanton) After nightfall on Friday the VIGIL OFFICE of Holy Saturday may be celebrated. Saturday HOLY SATURDAY (violet) 16 On Holy Saturday the Church waits at the Lord s tomb, meditating upon His Passion, death and descent into hell, awaiting in prayer and fasting His Resurrection. No Mass may be celebrated until the Easter Vigil. The Celebration of Matrimony and the other Sacraments, except for Reconciliation and Anointing of the Sick, is forbidden on this day. Holy Communion may only be given as Viaticum. LITURGY OF THE HOURS If the Vigil has not been celebrated on Friday night, the OFFICE OF READINGS is, if possible, to be celebrated publicly united with MORNING PRAYER, with the people taking part. (GILH 210) If this is not possible, there should be a celebration of the Word of God, or some devotional exercise appropriate to today s mystery, especially one that honours the Blessed Virgin Mary for her sharing in the Passion of her Son. An image of Christ entombed may be set up in the church for the veneration of the faithful, or a portrayal of His descent into hell, or else an image of Our Lady of Sorrows. Compline is omitted by those participating in the Easter Vigil *Fr James Mallett 1955 (Great Billing) *Canon Edward McHugh 1963 (Aylesbury) Season of Easter During the Easter Season we are asked to pray for these intentions: NEW MEMBERS OF THE CHURCH HUMAN WORK PRIESTLY VOCATIONS Especially on 1 May Especially on 8 May RIGHT USE OF THE MEDIA Especially on 29 May THE CHURCH Especially on 5 June Ordo 110

113 SEASON OF EASTER APRIL Saturday HOLY SATURDAY 16 The Vigil may not commence before nightfall, and must be completed by dawn. It should be celebrated in accordance with the 2010 edition of the Roman Missal, and where there is a celebration of Baptism, Confirmation or Reception into full Communion refer to RCIA pp & The fifty days from Easter Sunday of the Lord s Resurrection until Pentecost Sunday are celebrated in joy and exultation as one single feast day, a Great Sunday. It is on these days in particular that the Alleluia is sung. EASTER VIGIL OF THE LORD S RESURRECTION (GNLY22 Solemnity, with Octave (white) 1] By ancient tradition this night is dedicated to the Lord, and the Vigil celebrated during it, commemorating that holy night when the Lord rose from the dead, is regarded as the Mother of all holy vigils. For in this night the Church awaits in vigil the Resurrection of the Lord, and celebrates it with the Sacraments of Christian Initiation. Our expectation of the Lord s coming has always been an important part of our tradition, and this night we wait in hope and expectation. 2] The whole celebration of the Vigil should take place by night, in such a way that it does not begin before the onset of night, and concludes by first light on Sunday. It should not simply be celebrated at the usual time of the Sunday Vigil Mass. 3] The Easter Vigil may take place even in churches where the Triduum has not been celebrated. Wherever there is a fixed baptismal font in a church it must, however, take place there. 4] The Vigil should be so arranged that after the brief lucernarium (the first part of the Vigil) the Church meditates on the marvels the Lord God has wrought for His people from the very beginning, and strengthens by His Word and His Promise (the Liturgy of the Word, the second part) until the moment when with the approaching Day of Resurrection, together with her new members reborn in baptism (third part) she is called to the table which the Lord spread out for His people by means of His Death and Resurrection (fourth part). The whole Vigil proceeds by means of symbols and rites which call for a certain grandeur and dignity, in order that the faithful may grasp their meaning, prompted even by the words of the commentaries, invitations and prayers. It is fitting in particular that the faithful be introduced by means of a Brief introduction to the understanding of the typological meaning of the OT readings proclaimed during the Vigil. 5] So far as possible a large fire should be prepared outside the church, such that its flames may scatter the darkness and light up the night. 6] The Paschal Candle should be made of wax, of one piece, and should be renewed each year. 7] Where necessary the Exsultet may be sung even by a cantor who is not a deacon, though he does not ask the celebrant for a blessing, nor does he include the invitations and greetings, such as The Lord be with you. 8] At least three of the OT Readings are to be proclaimed (even in urgent circumstances, at least two). The Reading from the Book of Exodus is never omitted, nor its Psalm. Other Psalms may be omitted, if not sung. 9] At the proclamation of the Gospel incense may be used, but lights are not carried. 10] The Baptismal Liturgy of the Vigil is most complete where there are Baptisms to take place. Even if there are no Baptisms the baptismal water should be blessed in parish churches. Where there is neither Baptism nor blessing of the font, the Sacrament of Baptism should be recalled by the blessing of holy water, with which the faithful can be sprinkled, having renewed their baptismal promises. Ordo 111

114 SEASON OF EASTER APRIL The Liturgy begins In the Name of the Father. Followed by the greeting. Bells are rung at the Gloria Pf of Easter I. EP I Proper Communicantes and Hanc Igitur. Not EP IV. Double Alleluia at Dismissal. Alleluia! Surrexit Dominus de Sepulcro! Alleluia! Sunday EASTER SUNDAY (white) 17+ A sprinkling with Holy Water blessed during the Vigil may replace the Penitential Rite. Gloria. Sequence Victimae Paschali laudes Renewal of Baptismal Promises to replace Creed. Pf of Easter I EP I Proper Communicantes and Hanc Igitur. Not EP IV Double Alleluia at Dismissal (also at Morning and Evening Prayer throughout the Octave) LITURGY OF THE HOURS The Office of Readings is omitted by those who take part in the Vigil Compline during Eastertide ends with the Regina Caeli The Paschal Candle, placed near to the Ambo or Altar, should be lit at all solemn celebrations of Mass and Morning and Evening Prayer until Pentecost. *Fr Tony Harris 2018 (retd Aylesbury St Clare 1989) Monday of Easter Octave (white) 18 Psalter Week 1 Gloria; Sequence ad libitum; No Creed. Pf of Easter I EP I Proper Communicantes & Hanc Igitur. Not EP IV Double Alleluia at Dismissal *Fr Edward Wimbridge 1941 (retd Wolverton 1939) Tuesday of Easter Octave (white) 19 All as for Monday *Fr Wallace Clare 1963 (Prep. School, Ipswich) Wednesday of Easter Octave (white) 20 All as for Monday Thursday of Easter Octave (white) 21 All as for Monday The memoria of St Anselm is not observed *Canon William Collis 1893 (Shefford) Friday of Easter Octave (white) 22 All as for Monday The Solemnity of St George is transferred to Tuesday 26 th April Ordo *Canon Anthony Roberts 1997 (retd Gorleston 1987) *Fr Paddy Glynn 2004 (Haddenham) 112

115 SEASON OF EASTER APRIL/MAY Saturday of Easter Octave (white) 23 All as for Monday *Fr Thomas Fitzgerald 1940 (Bedford) *Bishop Leo McCartie 2020 (retd. 2001) Birmingham Sunday SECOND SUNDAY OF EASTER (Low Sunday) (white) 24+ otherwise called Divine Mercy Sunday Psalter Week 2; Sequence ad libitum; Pf of Easter EP I Proper Communicantes & Hanc Igitur. Not EP IV Double Alleluia at dismissal The memoriae of St Adalbert and of St Fidelis are not observed *Bishop Charles Grant 1989 (Kiln Green, Reading) *Fr George Grace 1998 (retd Huntingdon 1994) *Canon Edward McBride 2011 (Sheringham) Monday ST MARK, Evangelist feast (red) 25 Gloria, Pf of Apostles II. Not EP IV Today in 1961 Mgr Charles Grant was ordained Auxiliary Bishop of Northampton. I VESPERS of St George Tuesday ST GEORGE, Martyr, Patron of England solemnity (red) 26 Gloria, Creed. Pf of Martyrs II VESPERS of St George Today in 1967 Bishop Charles Grant was installed as 8 th Bishop of Northampton. Wednesday Feria (white) 27 Pf of Easter NORTHAMPTON (St Stanislaus): Patronal Solemnity (tr. from 11/4) ROTHWELL: Patronal Solemnity of St Bernadette (tr. from 16/4) EARLS BARTON: Patronal Solemnity of St Anselm (tr. from 21/4) Thursday Feria (white) 28 Or St Peter Chanel, Priest & Martyr op.mem. (red) Or St Louis de Montfort, Priest op.mem. (white) Proper for St Louis see Appendix II Pf of Easter Friday ST CATHERINE OF SIENA, Virgin & Doctor (white) 29 Patron of Europe feast Gloria, Pf of Easter Saturday Feria (white) 30 Or Pope St Pius V (white) Pf of Easter Sunday THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER (white) 1+ Psalter Week 3 Pf of Easter ANNOUNCE: Next week Collection for Priests Training Fund The memoria of St Joseph the Worker is not observed Ordo Bishop Dudley Cary Elwes 1932 (Northampton) 113

116 SEASON OF EASTER MAY Monday St Athanasius, Bishop & Doctor memoria (white) 2 Pf of Easter Today in 2001 Mgr Kevin McDonald was ordained as 11 th Bishop of Northampton. Tuesday SS PHILIP & JAMES, Apostles feast (red) 3 Gloria; Pf of Apostles WELLINGBOROUGH (Our Lady) & LUTON (St Martin): I VESPERS of Dedication *Fr John Duff 1873 (Ramsey) Wednesday MARTYRS OF ENGLAND AND WALES feast (red) 4 Gloria; Pf of Martyrs WELLINGBOROUGH (Our Lady) & LUTON (St Martin): Anniversary of Dedication. LUTON (St Joseph): I VESPERS of Patronal Feast of St Joseph BEDFORD (SS Philip & James): I VESPERS of Dedication Thursday Feria (white) 5 Pf of Easter LUTON (St Joseph): Patronal Solemnity (tr. from 1/5) BEDFORD (SS Philip & James): Anniv. Of Dedication (tr. from 1/5) Friday Feria (white) 6 Pf of Easter Saturday Feria (white) 7 Pf of Easter *Mgr Provost Augustine Peacock 1956 (retd Ipswich 1953) *Mgr Canon Harold Squirrel 1962 (Poringland) *Mgr Provost Anthony Hukme 1987 (retd Bedford 1984) *Fr Stephen McGuinness 2018 (retd Corby, St John 2015) Sunday FOURTH SUNDAY OF EASTER (white) 8+ Psalter Week 4 Pf of Easter 2 nd Collection for Priests Training Fund Day of Prayer for Vocations WOBURN SANDS & SLOUGH (Trelawney Ave): II VESPERS of Sunday Monday Feria (white) 9 Pf of Easter Ordo WOBURN SANDS & SLOUGH (Trelawney Ave): Anniversary of the Dedication of the Church (tr. from 8/5) Tuesday Feria (white) 10 Pf of Easter Wednesday Feria (white) 11 Or St Fremund, Martyr op.mem. (red) Pf of Easter 114

117 SEASON OF EASTER MAY Thursday Feria (white) 12 Or SS Nereus & Achilleus, Martyrs op.mem. (red) Or St Pancras, Martyr op.mem. (red) Pf of Easter *Canon Thomas Quinlivan 1885 (retd Cambridge 1883) Friday Feria (white) 13 Or Our Lady of Fatima op.mem. (white) for Proper Readings see Appendix II Pf of Easter Today in 1969 Mgr Alan Clark was ordained as Bishop of Elmham and auxiliary in Northampton. Saturday ST MATTHIAS, Apostle feast (red) 14 Gloria, Pf of Apostles. Sunday FIFTH SUNDAY OF EASTER (white) 15+ Psalter Week 1 Pf of Easter CORBY (St Brendan): II VESPERS of Sunday *Canon Francis Sammons 1975 (Whittlesey) Monday Feria (white) 16 Pf of Easter CORBY (St Brendan): Patronal Solemnity of St Brendan *Fr Thomas Richards 1957 (retd Aston le Walls 1956) *Fr Roger Edmunds 1999 (Aylesbury) *Rev. Douglas Denny 2018 Tuesday Feria (white) 17 Pf of Easter *Fr Gerald Thornton 1986 (retd Langley 1981) *Fr Bertram Sammons 1988 (retd Wisbech 1978) Wednesday Feria (white) 18 Or Pope St John I, Martyr op.mem. (red) Pf of Easter BOURNE END: I VESPERS of St Dunstan *Fr Charles Joole 1883 (Slough) Thursday Feria (white) 19 Or St Dunstan, Bishop op.mem. (white) Or Bl Peter Wright, Martyr op.mem. (red) Pf of Easter BOURNE END: Patronal Solemnity of St Dunstan BUCKINGHAM: I VESPERS of St Bernadine *Canon George Dalby 1962 (Our Lady s, Luton) Ordo 115

118 SEASON OF EASTER MAY Friday Feria (white) 20 Or St Bernadine of Siena, Priest op.mem. (white) Pf of Easter BUCKINGHAM: Patronal Solemnity of St Bernadine *Fr Patrick Harte 1976 (Bedford, St Joseph) Saturday Feria (white) 21 Or St Christopher Magallanes & comp. Martyrs (red) Pf of Easter *Fr Hugh Capper 1988 (retd Fakenham 1964) Sunday SIXTH SUNDAY OF EASTER (white) 22+ Psalter Week 2 Pf of Easter ANNOUNCE: Thursday as Ascension Holy Day of Obligation ALSO: Next week 2 nd Collection for Catholic Use of the Media The memoria of St Rita of Cascia is not observed Monday Feria (white) 23 Pf of Easter OLNEY, LUTON (Our Lady s): I VESPERS of Our Lady Tuesday Feria (white) 24 Pf of Easter OLNEY, LUTON (Our Lady): Patronal Solemnity of Our Lady, Help of Christians. NEWPORT PAGNELL: I VESPERS of St Bede Wednesday St Bede the Venerable, Priest & Doctor memoria (white) 25 Pf of Easter NEWPORT PAGNELL: Patronal Solemnity of St Bede Thursday ASCENSION OF THE LORD solemnity (white) 26+ Holy Day of Obligation Gloria, Creed, Pf of the Ascension. Not EP IV Day of Prayer for the right use of the media HIGH WYCOMBE (St Augustine), NORTHAMPTON (St Patrick): II VESPERS of Ascension The memoria of St Philip Neri is not observed *Fr Charles Meaden 1950 (Thetford) Friday ST AUGUSTINE, APOSTLE OF ENGLAND (white) 27 feast Gloria, Pf of Ascension or of Saints HIGH WYCOMBE (St Augustine): Patronal Solemnity NORTHAMPTON (St Patrick): Anniversary of Dedication WELLINGBOROUGH (Our Lady): I Vespers of Our Lady Ordo *Fr Robert Gates 1976 (Bury St Edmunds) 116

119 SEASON OF EASTER MAY/JUNE Saturday Feria (white) 28 Pf of Ascension WELLINGBOROUGH (Our Lady): Patronal Solemnity of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart. Sunday SEVENTH SUNDAY OF EASTER (white) 29+ Psalter Week 3 Pf of Ascension 2 nd Collection for Catholic Use of the Media The memoria of Pope St Paul VI is not observed *Fr Brendan Peters 1991 (retd Quidenham 1989) *Mgr Gerald Moorcraft 2011 (retd Princes Risborough 2010) *Mgr Pat McAleenan 2017 (retd Corby, Our Lady 2009) Monday Feria (white) 30 Or Bl Richard Newport Martyr op.mem. (red) Pf of Ascension *Canon James Flint 1936 (retd Lynford 1933) Tuesday THE VISITATION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY feast (white) 31 Gloria, Pf of Our Lady Wednesday St Justin, Martyr memoria (red) 1 Pf of Ascension *Provost George Frederick Stokes 1928 (Ely) Thursday Feria (white) 2 Or SS Marcellinus & Peter, Martyrs op.mem. (red) Pf of Ascension Friday SS Charles Lwanga & Companions, Martyrs mem. (red) 3 Pf of Ascension BEDFORD (Christ the King): I VESPERS of Dedication Saturday Feria (white) 4 Pf of Ascension I VESPERS of Pentecost BEDFORD (Christ the King): Anniv. of Dedication of the Church. Sunday PENTECOST (red) 5+ Sequence Veni, Sancte Spiritus Pf of Pentecost. EP I proper Communicantes. Not EP IV Double Alleluia at Dismissal II VESPERS of Pentecost LUTON (Holy Ghost): Patronal Solemnity *Canon John J Mossey 1995 (retd Hunstanton 1983) Ordo 117

120 ORDINARY TIME JUNE So Eastertide ends The Paschal Candle is placed in the baptistery so candles of the newly baptised may be lit from it. Where the font is near the altar, the Paschal Candle should be kept in the sacristy and brought out on each occasion for Baptism, lest the paschal nature of the candle be lost by over exposure. Ordinary Time Summer During this season we are asked to pray for the following intentions: HUMAN LIFE VICTIMS OF PERSECUTION OR OPPRESSION FOR THE POPE SEAFARERS EUROPE CHRISTIAN/JEWISH RELATIONS Especially on 19 June Especially on 22 June Especially on 29 th June Especially on 10 July Especially on 11, 23 July, 9 August Especially on 9 August THE ENVIRONMENT Especially on 1 September Week 10 in Ordinary Time Psalter Week 2 Gospel Year of Luke (III/C) Weekday Lectionary Year 2 Monday Mary, Mother of the Church (white) 6 Proper for Mass see Appendix II The memoria of St Norbert is not observed WELLINGBOROUGH (St Edmund): Anniv. of Dedication *Canon Charles Eeles 1926 (King s Lynn) *Fr Thomas Phillips 1974 (Sheringham) Tuesday Feria (green) 7 *Canon Thomas Seed 1883 (Shefford) Wednesday Feria (green) 8 CHESHAM: I VESPERS of St Columba *Fr Francis Byrne 1924 (Costessey) Thursday OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST, THE ETERNAL HIGH PRIEST 9 feast (white) Gloria; for Propers see Appendix II Ordo The memoriae of St Columba and of St Ephrem are not observed CHESHAM: Patronal Solemnity of St Columba *Fr Antony Dillon 1955 (Cambridge) *Mgr Peter Hocken 2017 (Vienna) On this day in 1880 Fr Arthur Riddell was consecrated 3 rd Bishop of Northampton 118

121 ORDINARY TIME JUNE Friday Feria (green) 10 CORBY (Our Lady): I VESPERS of Dedication *Rev. Joseph Billington 1991 (Burnham) Saturday St Barnabas, Apostle memoria (red) 11 Pf of Apostles CORBY (Our Lady): Anniversary of the Dedication *Fr Richard Murtagh 1975 (retd Rushden 1974) *Fr George Walker 2003 (retd Chesham Bois) Sunday THE MOST HOLY TRINITY (white) 12+ Pf of the Trinity. Not EP IV ANNOUNCE: Next Sunday Day for Life, with Collection FARNHAM ROYAL: II VESPERS of Trinity Monday St Anthony of Padua, Priest & Doctor memoria (white) 13 Psalter Week 3 FARNHAM ROYAL: Patronal Solemnity of St Anthony *Fr Austin O Sullivan 1921 (St Pancras, Ipswich) *Fr James Purcell 1942 (St Ives) On this day in 1921 Bishop Frederick Keating was translated from Northampton to Liverpool. Tuesday Feria (green) 14 *Canon Arthur Tillett 1962 (retd Marlow 1959) Wednesday Feria (green) 15 *Fr Michael Bourke 1896 (Wroxham Hall) Thursday Feria (green) 16 Or St Richard of Chichester, Bishop (white) MILTON KEYNES (St Augustine): I VESPERS of Dedication *Mgr George Davies 1911 (Costessey Hall) Friday Feria (green) 17 MILTON KEYNES (St Augustine): Anniversary of Dedication CATHEDRAL: I VESPERS of Dedication Saturday Feast of the Dedication of the Cathedral Solemnity in the Cathedral itself 18 (white) CATHEDRAL: Anniv. of Dedication (tr. from 19/6) I Vespers of Corpus Christi Ordo 119

122 ORDINARY TIME JUNE Sunday THE MOST HOLY BODY & BLOOD OF CHRIST 19+ Corpus Christi (white) Pf of the Eucharist. Not EP IV Day for Life, with 2 nd Collection The Feast of the Dedication of the Cathedral is not observed. WINSLOW: II VESPERS of Corpus Christi Monday St Alban, Protomartyr of Britain memoria (red) 20 Psalter Week 4 WINSLOW: Patronal Solemnity of St Alban *Fr Christopher McGregor 1943 (Ely) Tuesday St Aloysius Gonzaga, Religious memoria (white) 21 Wednesday SS JOHN FISHER & THOMAS MORE, Martyrs (red) 22 Gloria, Pf of martyrs feast Day of Prayer for the Persecuted and oppressed BEACONSFIELD: Feast of Secondary Patron I VESPERS of St John the Baptist Thursday THE NATIVITY OF ST JOHN THE BAPTIST (white) 23 solemnity Gloria, Creed. Pf of John the Baptist. Not EP IV The memoria of St Etheldreda is not observed Friday THE MOST SACRED HEART OF JESUS (white) 24 solemnity Gloria, Creed, Pf of Sacred Heart. Not EP IV Saturday The Immaculate Heart of Mary memoria (white) 25 GREAT MISSENDEN: Patronal Solemnity of the IHM The memoria of St Cadoc is not observed Sunday THIRTEENTH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (green) 26+ Psalter Week 1 ANNOUNCE: Wednesday as Holy Day of Obligation ALSO: Next Week: 2 nd Collection for Peter s Pence. *Fr Edmund Rees Jones 1982 (retd Diss 1975) *Fr Nigel Bourne 1990 (retd St Brendan s, Corby 1981) Monday Feria (green) 27 Or St Cyril of Alexandria, Bishop & Doctor (white) GREAT BILLING & CHESHAM BOIS: I VESPERS of Our Lady Tuesday St Irenaeus of Lyon, Bishop & Martyr memoria (red) 28 GREAT BILLING & CHESHAM BOIS: Patronal Solemnity of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, with I VESPERS of SS Peter & Paul. Ordo Today in 2005 Mgr Peter Doyle was ordained as 12 th Bishop of Northampton. 120

123 ORDINARY TIME JUNE/JULY Wednesday SS PETER & PAUL, Apostles solemnity & Holy Day (red) 29+ Gloria, Creed, Pf of SS Peter & Paul, Not EP IV *Canon Timothy Russ 2013 (Great Missenden) Thursday First Martyrs of the Holy Roman Church op. mem. (red) 30 The Roman Canon, with full list of saints is appropriate *Canon Brian Frost 2018 Friday Feria (green) 1 Or St Oliver Plunkett, Bishop & Martyr op.mem. (red) Saturday Feria (green) 2 Or Our Lady on Saturday (green/white) CADDINGTON: I VESPERS of St Thomas SHEFFORD: I VESPERS of Dedication *Fr Thomas McDonald 1875 Sunday FOURTEENTH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (green) 3+ Psalter Week 2 2 nd Collection: Peter s Pence ANNOUNCE: Next Week Sea Sunday, with Second Collection The feast of St Thomas is not observed CADDINGTON: Patronal Solemnity of St Thomas SHEFFORD: Anniversary of the Dedication Monday Feria (green) 4 Or St Elizabeth of Portugal op.mem. (white) *Fr Maurice Hignett 1982 (retd OL Peterborough 1978) On this day in 1858 Fr Francis Kerril Amherst was consecrated 2 nd Bishop of Northampton. Tuesday Feria (green) 5 Or St Antony Zaccaria, Priest op.mem. (white) Or Bl Thomas Belson, Martyr op.mem. (red) RAUNDS & TOWCESTER: I VESPERS of St Thomas More *Fr Gerard Collins 1996 (Little Chalfont 1987) Wednesday Feria (green) 6 Or St Maria Goretti, Martyr op.mem. (red) Or Bl Thomas Alfield, Martyr op.mem. (red) RAUNDS & TOWCESTER: Patronal Solemnity of St Thomas More *Fr Joseph Farrell 1986 (St Laurence, Cambridge) *Fr John Cureton 2005 (Swaffham) Ordo 121

124 ORDINARY TIME JULY Thursday Feria (green) 7 AYLESBURY (Our Lady): I VESPERS of the Dedication *Canon Richard Duckett 1910 (Norwich) Friday Feria (green) 8 AYLESBURY (Our Lady): Anniversary of the Dedication *Fr George Webb 1950 (retd Thetford 1937) Saturday Feria (green) 9 Or St Augustine Zhao Rong & Comp., Martyrs (red) For Proper Mass texts see Appendix II Or Our Lady on Saturday (green/white) *Fr Francis Wormall 1899 (Stowmarket) *Rev Peter Venes 2008 (Cathedral) Sunday FIFTEENTH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (green) 10+ Psalter Week 3 Sea Sunday with Second Collection for Apostleship of Sea Ordo *Fr William Hayes 1855 (pp at Kingscliffe, Northants from 1804) *Provost Seth Eccles 1884 (Weston Underwood) *Fr Edmund O Gorman 1974 (retd Rushden 1965) Monday ST BENEDICT, Abbot, Patron of Europe feast (white) 11 Gloria, Pf of Pastors or of Religious Tuesday Feria (green) 12 *Fr Alexander Scott 1918 (Lowestoft) *Fr Edward Hill 1990 (retd Little Chalfont 1975) Wednesday Feria (green) 13 Or St Henry, Confessor op.mem. (white) *Rev Hubert Grant Scarfe 1995 Thursday Feria (green) 14 Or St Camillus, Priest op.mem. (white) Or Bl Richard Langhorne, Martyr op.mem. (red) Friday St Bonaventure, Bishop & Doctor memoria (white) 15 *Canon Patrick Carey 2015 (retd Bourne End 1996) *Fr Thomas Feighan 2016 (retd St Augustine, High Wycombe) Saturday Feria (green) 16 Or Our Lady of Mount Carmel op.mem. (white) *Fr Joseph Clemente 1918 (Slough) *Fr William Joly (retd Costessey 1975) *Bishop Alan Clarke 02 (retd Aux & 1 st Bishop of East Anglia) *Mgr Anthony Philpott 2016 Sunday SIXTEENTH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (green) 17+ Psalter Week 4 122

125 ORDINARY TIME JULY Monday Feria (green) 18 Or St Edburga of Bicester, Religious op.mem. (white) Tuesday Feria (green) Wednesday Feria (green) 20 Or St Apollinaris, Bishop & Martyr op.mem. (red) Proper texts in Appendix II *Fr Lawrence O Toole 2010 (Sawston) Thursday Feria (green) 21 Or St Lawrence of Brindisi, Priest & Doctor (white) STONY STRATFORD: I VESPERS of St Mary Magdalene *Canon Denis McSweeney 2015 (Flitwick) Friday ST MARY MAGDALENE, Apostola Apostolorum feast 22 (white) Gloria STONY STRATFORD: Patronal Solemnity of St Mary Magdalene Saturday ST BRIDGET OF SWEDEN, Patron of Europe feast (white) 23 Gloria Pf for Holy Women, Religious *Fr Vincent MacRory 2013 (retd Brickhill 1999) Sunday SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (green) 24+ Psalter Week 1 The memoria of St Sharbel Makhluf is not observed *Fr Joseph Parr 1983 (O.L. of Lourdes, Peterborough) Monday ST JAMES, Apostle feast (red) 25 Gloria, Pf of Apostles, Not EP IV WENDOVER: I VESPERS of St Anne *Canon Stephen Longman 1885 *Mgr John Drury (Kirtling) *Fr Patrick Oates 1975 (Sacred Heart, Luton) On this day in 1933 Canon Laurence Youens was consecrated as 6 th Bishop of Northampton. Tuesday SS Joachim & Anne, parents of the Blessed Virgin Mary (white) 26 memoria WENDOVER: Patronal Solemnity of St Anne *Canon Edward Stokes 1961 (English Martyrs, Cambridge) *Fr Edward Rohan 1999 (retd Iver Heath 1999) Wednesday Feria (green) 27 Thursday Feria (green) 28 MARLOW: I VESPERS of the Dedication *Fr Montgomery Fulcher 1973 (Stoke by Nayland) Ordo 123

126 ORDINARY TIME JULY/AUGUST Friday SS Martha, Mary, & Lazarus memoria (white) 29 MARLOW: Anniversary of the Dedication Saturday Feria (green) 30 Or St Peter Chrysologus, Bishop & Doctor (white) Or Bl Everard Hanse, Martyr op.mem. (red) Or Our Lady on Saturday (green/white) Sunday EIGHTEENTH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (green) 31+ Psalter Week 2 The memoria of St Ignatius of Loyola is not observed BUCKINGHAM: I VESPERS of the Dedication Monday St Alphonsus Liguori, Bishop & Doctor mem. (white) 1 BUCKINGHAM: Anniversary of the Dedication *Mgr John Ryan 2008 Olney Tuesday Feria (green) 2 Or St Eusebius of Vercelli, Bishop op.mem. (white) Or St Peter Eymard, Priest op.mem. (white) Wednesday Feria (green) 3 Or St Walthen, Abbot op.mem. (white) *Fr Hugh Byron 1983 (retd Wisbech 1984) Thursday St John Vianney, Priest memoria (white) 4 Friday Feria (green) 5 Or Dedication of S. Maria Maggiore op.mem. (white) Saturday TRANSFIGURATION OF THE LORD feast (white) 6 Gloria. Pf of Transfiguration. Not EP IV Sunday NINETEENTH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (green) 7+ Psalter Week 3 The memoriae of St Sixtus II and of St Cajetan are not observed Monday St Dominic, Priest memoria (white) 8 Tuesday ST TERESA BENEDICTA OF THE CROSS feast (red) 9 Gloria. Pf of Martyrs. Day of Prayer for Christian Jewish relations Ordo 124

127 ORDINARY TIME AUGUST Wednesday ST LAWRENCE, Deacon and Martyr feast (red) 10 Gloria. Pf of Martyrs NORTHAMPTON (Duke St) & OLNEY: Secndry Patronal Feast AYLESBURY (St Clare): I VESPERS of St Clare *Canon Patrick Grogan 1940 (retd Wroxham Hall 1926) *Fr Thomas Walker 1949 (retd Gorleston 1945) *Fr Stephen Doupe 1972 (Hunstanton) *Fr William Hughes 2005 (retd Luton, Our Lady 1991) *Rev Michael Graney 2020 (retd Northampton, St Gregory) Thursday St Clare, Virgin memoria (white) 11 AYLESBURY (St Clare): Patronal Solemnity of St Clare Friday Feria (green) 12 Or St Jane Frances de Chantal, Religious op.mem. (white) Saturday Feria (green) 13 Or SS Pontianus Pope & Hippolytus, Priest, Martyrs (red) Or Our Lady on Saturday (green/white) I VESPERS of the Assumption Sunday ASSUMPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY solemnity (white) 14+ Gloria. Creed. Pf of the Assumption. Not EP IV (Celebration transferred from 15/8) Patronal Solemnity at DAVENTRY & WOBURN SANDS, Secondary Patron of ASTON le WALLS The memoria of St Maximilian Kolbe is not observed Monday Feria (green) 15 Psalter Week 4 *Fr William Oddy 2007 (Costessey) Tuesday Feria (green) 16 Or St Stephen of Hungary, Confessor op.mem. (white) Wednesday Feria (green) 17 Thursday Feria (green) 18 BEDFORD (Midland Rd): I VESPERS of the Dedication *Fr Ethelbert Payne 1976 (Wellingborough) *Rev Michael Parslow 2002 (Corby, St Brendan) Friday Feria (green) 19 Or St John Eudes, Priest op.mem. (white) BEDFORD (Midland Rd): Anniversary of the Dedication Saturday St Bernard, Abbot & Doctor memoria (white) 20 Ordo 125

128 ORDINARY TIME AUGUST Sunday TWENTY FIRST SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (green) 21+ Psalter Week 1 The memoria of Pope St Pius X is not observed *Bishop Francis Amherst 1883 *Fr John Lickert 1934 (Newmarket) Monday The Queenship of the Blessed Virgin Mary memoria (green) 22 *Canon Norman Smith 2010 (Northampton) Tuesday Feria (green) 23 St Rose of Lima, Virgin op.mem. (white) *Fr Joseph Mayne 1942 (Cathedral) Wednesday ST BARTHOLOMEW, Apostle feast (red) 24 Gloria. Pf of Apostles. Not EP IV *Fr Andrew Kay 1932 (Slough) *Mgr Canon Arthur Brewer 1972 (retd Luton, Our Lady) Thursday Feria (green) 25 Or St Louis, Confessor op.mem. (white) Or St Joseph Calasanz, Priest op.mem. (white) Or Bl Alice Rich, Religious op.mem. (white) Bl Alice, sister of St Edmund Rich, a nun at Catesby, Northants. DUNSTABLE (Victoria St): I VESPERS of Our Lady OLNEY: I VESPERS of Dedication *Fr Ben Camilleri 2010 (Retd Dallington 2001) *Fr Maurice Leafe 2016 (Retd Towcester) Friday Feria (green) 26 Or Bl Dominic of the Mother of God, Priest (white) DUNSTABLE (Victoria St): Patronal Solemnity of OL of Czestochova OLNEY: Anniversary of the Dedication of the Church *Mgr Canon William Hunting 1969 (Shefford) Saturday St Monica memoria (white) 27 DATCHET, HEELANDS: I VESPERS of St Augustine *Fr Frederick Lockyer 1954 (Bury St Edmunds) *Rev Robin Cooper 2003 (Northampton, St Gregory) Sunday TWENTY SECOND SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (green) 28+ Psalter Week 2 DATCHET, HEELANDS: Patronal Solemnity of St Augustine DAVENTRY: Feast of Secondary Patron Ordo The memoria of St Augustine of Hippo is not observed 126

129 ORDINARY TIME AUGUST/SEPTEMBER Monday The Passion of St John the Baptist memoria (red) 29 Tuesday Feria (green) 30 Or SS Margaret Clitherow, Anne Line & Margaret Ward Martyrs op.mem. (red) LITTLE CHALFONT & NORTHAMPTON (Kingsthorpe): I VESPERS of St Aidan. *Fr Patrick Crowe 2000 (Luton, Our Lady) Wednesday Feria (green) 31 Or St Aidan, Bishop, & Saints of Lindisfarne (white) LITTLE CHALFONT & NORTHAMPTON (Kingsthorpe): Patronal Solemnity of St Aidan. Thursday Feria (green) 1 Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation Friday Feria (green) 2 NORTHAMPTON (St Gregory): I VESPERS of Dedication *Fr Arthur Wallace 1898 (Convent, Ipswich) Ordinary Time Autumn During this period of Ordinary Time we are asked to pray for the following intentions: TEACHERS & PUPILS THE SPREAD OF THE GOSPEL THE HARVEST PRISONERS & THEIR FAMILIES VICTIMS OF WAR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE Especially on 11 September Especially on 18 Sept. and 23 Oct. Especially on 25 September Especially during 9 15 October Especially on 11 and 13 November Especially on 20 November Saturday POPE ST GREGORY THE GREAT, Doctor (white) 3 Apostle of England feast Gloria. NORTHAMPTON (St Gregory): Anniversary of Dedication of the Church, with II VESPERS Sunday TWENTY THIRD SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (green) 4+ Psalter Week 3 Optional 2 nd Collection for National Catholic Fund The memoria of St Cuthbert is not observed Ordo *Fr Michael Geraghty 1952 (retd Felixstowe 1943) 127

130 ORDINARY TIME SEPTEMBER Monday Feria (green) 5 Or Bl William Brown, Martyr op.mem. (red) BEDFORD (Mill St) Feast of Secondary Patron (tr from 4/9) *Fr Jim Marks 1996 (Chesham) Tuesday Feria (green) 6 Wednesday Feria (green) 7 Thursday NATIVITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY feast (white) 8 Gloria, Pf of Our Lady *Fr Francis Glanfield 1986 (Cathedral) *Fr Hamish Swanston 2013 (retired) Friday Feria (green) 9 Or St Peter Claver, Priest op.mem. (white) Proper for Mass in Appendix II *Fr Mortimer Flanagan 1946 (Swaffham) Saturday Feria (green) 10 Or Our Lady on Saturday (green/white) Sunday TWENTY FOURTH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (green) 11+ Psalter Week 4 Optional 2 nd Collection for Catholic Education Fund Day of Prayer for all involved in Education NEXT WEEK: Home Mission Sunday, with 2 nd Collection BURNHAM: I VESPERS of the Dedication *Canon William Burrows 1959 (St Pancras, Ipswich) Monday Feria (green) 12 Or The Most Holy Name of Mary op.mem. (white) BURNHAM: Anniversary of the Dedication Tuesday St John Chrysostom, Bishop & Doctor memoria (white) 13 BEDFORD (Goldington): I VESPERS of Holy Cross Wednesday THE EXALTATION OF THE HOLY CROSS feast (red) 14 Gloria, Pf of the Holy Cross, or Passion I. Not EP IV Ordo BEDFORD (Goldington): Patronal Solemnity of Holy Cross ETON: I VESPERS of Our Lady of Sorrows Thursday Our Lady of Sorrows memoria (white) 15 Sequence optional: may be sung or said ETON: Patronal Solemnity of Our Lady of Sorrows *Bishop Arthur Riddell

131 ORDINARY TIME SEPTEMBER Friday SS Cornelius, Pope & Cyprian, Bishop Martyrs (red) 16 Saturday Feria (green) 17 Or St Robert Bellarmine, Bishop & Doctor (white) Or Our Lady on Saturday (green/white) Sunday TWENTY FIFTH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (green) 18+ Psalter Week 1 Home Mission Sunday, with 2 nd Collection 1 st Weekend of PARISH MASS COUNT *Fr Ronald Waldie 1911 (Rushden) *Fr Francis Murphy 1994 (retd Marlow 1975) Monday Feria (green) 19 Or St Theodore of Canterbury, Bishop op.mem. (white) Or St Januarius, Bishop & Martyr op.mem. (red) *Fr George Miles 1931 (Stoke by Nayland) Tuesday St Andrew Kim Tae gon & Comps. Martyrs mem (red) 20 Proper for Mass, see Appendix II *Mgr Graham Adams 2014 (retd Aston le Walls 2010) Wednesday ST MATTHEW, Apostle & Evangelist feast (red) 21 Gloria, Pf of Apostles. Not EP IV On this day in 1840 Fr William Wareing was ordained as Bishop of Arepolis in partibus infidelium and installed as Vicar Apostolic of the Eastern District. Thursday Feria (green) 22 HARVEST MASS Between September, including the Sunday, a Mass may be celebrated in Thanksgiving for the fruits of the earth. Missal p Lectionary Vol.III pp *Provost William Blackman 1911 (Great Billing) Friday Feria (green) 23 Or St Pio of Pietrelcina, Priest op.mem. (white) Proper for Mass see Appendix II KEMPSTON, CORBY (Our Lady): I VESPERS of Our Lady KETTERING: I VESPERS of the Dedication Saturday Our Lady of Walsingham memoria (white) 24 KEMPSTON, CORBY (Our Lady): Patronal Solemnity of Our Lady KETTERING: Anniversary of the Dedication Sunday TWENTY SIXTH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (green) 25+ Psalter Week 2 2 nd Weekend of PARISH MASS COUNT *Fr Henry Colpman 1899 (Wisbech) Ordo 129

132 ORDINARY TIME SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER Monday Feria (green) 26 Or SS Cosmas & Damian Martyrs op.mem. (red) HOUGHTON REGIS: I VESPERS of St Vincent de Paul *Fr Edmund Golston 1990 (retd Woburn Sands 1985) *Fr Anthony Sketch 2012 Tuesday St Vincent de Paul, Priest memoria (white) 27 HOUGHTON REGIS: Patronal Solemnity of St Vincent de Paul *Canon William Moser 1911 (Peterborough) Wednesday Feria (green) 28 Or St Wenceslas, Martyr op.mem. (red) Or St Laurence Ruiz, Martyr op.mem. (red) For St Laurence Proper see Appendix II *Fr George Page 1937 (Wisbech) *Canon Antony Griffiths 2019 (retd Marlow 2002) Thursday SS MICHAEL, GABRIEL & RAPHAEL, Archangels 29 Gloria, Pf of Angels. Not EP IV feast (white) BEACONSFIELD & LUTON (Sacred Heart): I VESPERS of Dedication On this day in 1850 the Diocese of Northampton was established by Pope Pius IX, Bishop William Wareing being appointed as its first Bishop. On this day in 1982 Mgr Francis Thomas was ordained as 9 th Bishop of Northampton. Ordo *Fr John Leaver 1998 (retd Bletchley) *Rev Jim Heath 2011 Friday St Jerome, Priest & Doctor memoria (white) 30 BEACONSFIELD & LUTON (Sacred Heart): Anniv. of Dedication PRINCES RISBOROUGH: I VESPERS of St Teresa Saturday St Teresa of the Child Jesus, Virgin memoria (white) 1 BEACONSFIELD & RISBOROUGH: Patronal Solemnity of St Teresa HUNSBURY HILL: Feast of Secondary Patron, St Teresa AYLESBURY (Chaloner Road): I VESPERS of Guardian Angels Sunday TWENTY SEVENTH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (green) 2+ Psalter Week 3 3 rd Weekend of PARISH MASS COUNT ANNOUNCE: Friday as CAFOD Harvest Fast Day, with collection next Sunday AYLESBURY (Chaloner Rd): Patronal Solemnity of the Guardian Angels PRINCES RISBOROUGH: I VESPERS of the Dedication The memoria of the Holy Guardian Angels is not observed Monday Feria (green) 3 Or St Thomas de Cantelupe, Bishop op.mem. (white) PRINCES RISBOROUGH: Anniversary of Dedication HUNSBURY & SHEFFORD: I VESPERS of St Francis *Fr John Maunsell 1999 (retd Aston le Walls 1981) 130

133 ORDINARY TIME OCTOBER Tuesday St Francis of Assisi, Religious memoria (white) 4 HUNSBURY & SHEFFORD: Patronal Solemnity of St Francis *Fr Francis Armstrong 1967 (Sheringham) *Fr Cyril Henslow 1968 (retd Leighton Buzzard 1961) *Fr Geoffrey Crawford 1969 (Langley) Wednesday Feria (green) 5 DAVENTRY: I VESPERS of the Dedication Thursday Feria (green) 6 Or St Bruno, Priest op.mem. (white) YELVERTOFT: I VESPERS of Our Lady DAVENTRY: Anniversary of the Dedication *Canon Robert Pate 1911 (Notre Dame, Northampton) *Fr Malcolm Cowan 1984 Friday Our Lady of the Rosary memoria (white) 7 CAFOD Harvest Fast Day YELVERTOFT: Patronal Solemnity of Our Lady of the Rosary Saturday Feria (green) 8 Or Our Lady on Saturday (green/white) Sunday TWENTY EIGHTH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (green) 9+ Psalter Week 4 3 rd Weekend of PARISH MASS COUNT 2 nd Collection for CAFOD Fast Day 9 th 15 th October: Prisons Week HIGH WYCOMBE: St John Henry Newman Parish: Patronal Solemnity The Feast of St John Henry Newman and the memoriae of St Denis & Comps., St Osyth, St John Leonardi are not observed. Monday Feria (green) 10 Or St Paulinus of York, Bishop op.mem. (white) CHESHAM: I VESPERS of the Dedication *Fr William Lowndes 1929 (St Pancras, Ipswich) Tuesday Feria (green) 11 Or St John XXIII, Pope op.mem. (white) for Proper see Appendix II CHESHAM: Anniversary of the Dedication of the Church *Pope Boniface VIII (Benedetto Gaetani) 1303 (retd Towcester 1294) Wednesday Feria (green) 12 Or St Wilfrid of York, Bishop op.mem. (white) Ordo KETTERING: I VESPERS of St Edward 131

134 ORDINARY TIME OCTOBER Thursday Feria (green) 13 Or St Edward the Confessor op.mem. (white) KETTERING: Patronal Solemnity of St Edward *Fr Robert Middleton 1906 (Bedford) *Fr Thomas Scott 1928 (retd Aylesbury 1926) Friday Feria (green) 14 Or Pope St Callistus I, Martyr op.mem. (red) Saturday St Teresa of Avila, Virgin & Doctor memoria (white) 15 *Fr Edgar Hardwick 1971 (Coldham Cottage) Sunday TWENTY NINTH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (green) 16+ Psalter Week 1 NEXT WEEK: World Mission Day with 2 nd collection The memoriae of St Hedwig and of St Margaret Mary are not observed CORBY (Danesholme): I Vespers of the Dedication *Rev Thomas Newland 1989 (Norwich) Monday St Ignatius of Antioch, Bishop & Martyr memoria (red) 17 CORBY (Danesholme): Anniversary of Dedication *Fr Michael Sellers 1987 (Wolverton) Tuesday ST LUKE, Evangelist feast (red) 18 Gloria, Pf of Apostles I or II. Not EP IV HIGH WYCOMBE, St Augustine: I Vespers of Dedication *Fr James Sloan 1988 (retd. Southwold 1984) Wednesday Feria (green) 19 Or St John de Brebeuf & Companions, Martyrs (red) Or St Paul of the Cross, Priest op.mem. (white) HIGH WYCOMBE, St Augustine: Anniversary of Dedication BEDFORD, Holy Cross: I VESPERS of Dedication Thursday Feria (green) 20 BEDFORD, Holy Cross: Anniversary of Dedication Friday Feria (green) 21 Saturday Feria (green) 22 Or Pope St John Paul II op.mem. (white) For Propers, see Appendix II Or Our Lady on Saturday (green/white) Ordo WEXHAM: I Vespers of the Holy Redeemer 132

135 ORDINARY TIME OCTOBER/NOVEMBER Sunday THIRTIETH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (green) 23+ Psalter Week 2 World Mission Day, with 2 nd Collection for Missio The memoria of St John of Capestrano is not observed WEXHAM: Patronal Solemnity of the Holy Redeemer Monday Feria (green) 24 Or St Anthony Claret, Bishop op.mem. (white) *Canon Bernard Smith 1903 (Marlow) *Mgr Provost Frank Diamond 1992 (retd. Great Billing 1990) Tuesday Feria (green) 25 *Fr Henry Wace 2002 (Dereham) Wednesday Feria (green) 26 Or SS Chad & Cedd, Bishops op.mem. (white) Or St Alfred the Great, King & Confessor op.mem. (white) *Canon William Hammond 1900 (Aston le Walls) Thursday Feria (green) 27 Friday SS SIMON & JUDE, Apostles feast (red) 28 Gloria. Pf of Apostles I or II. Not EP IV. Saturday Feria (green) 29 Or Our Lady on Saturday (green/white) *Fr William Bainbridge 1970 (retd. High Wycombe 1963) *Fr Christopher Roberts 1999 (retd. Kingsthorpe 1988) Sunday THIRTY FIRST SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (green) 30+ Psalter Week 3 ANNOUNCE: Tuesday as All Saints Holy Day of Obligation NEXT WEEK: 2 nd Collection for Bishop s Maintenance Fund Monday Feria (green) 31 I VESPERS of All Saints Tuesday ALL SAINTS Solemnity & Holy Day (white) 1+ Gloria. Creed. Pf of All Saints. Not EP IV BLETCHLEY, All Saints: Patronal Solemnity Wednesday THE COMMEMORATION OF ALL THE FAITHFUL DEPARTED (black/violet) 2 Pf of Christian Death. Not EP IV. Every priest may celebrate three Masses, but a stipend may only be taken for one. One if offered for the Holy Souls, one for the Pope s Intentions. LUTON (St Martin): Vespers of Holy Souls *Provost Frederick Charles Husenbeth 1872 (Costessey) *Fr Dominic Rafferty 2006 *Canon Michael Griffiths 2017 (retd. Corby, Our Lady 2014) Ordo 133

136 ORDINARY TIME NOVEMBER Thursday Feria (green) 3 Or St Martin de Porres, Religious op.mem. (white) Or St Winifred, Virgin op.mem. (white) LUTON: ST MARTIN DE PORRES: Patronal Solemnity of St Martin GT HARROWDEN: I VESPERS of St Hubert Friday St Charles Borromeo, Bishop memoria (white) 4 GT HARROWDEN: Patronal Solemnity of St Hubert *Fr Robert Allen 1953 (retd. Lowestoft 1941) *Mgr Canon Joseph McShee 1971 (retd. Costessey 1965) Saturday Feria (white) 5 Or Our Lady on Saturday (green/white) Sunday THIRTY SECOND SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (green) 6+ Psalter Week 4 2 nd Collection: Bishop s Maintenance Fund NEXT WEEK: 2 nd Collection for Sick & Retired Priests Monday Feria (green) 7 Or St Willibrord, Bishop op.mem. (white) *Mgr Valentine Elwes 1966 (Clapham Park) *Fr Brian Nightingale 1983 (St Oswald, Peterborough) Tuesday Feria (green) 8 Or Bl John Duns Scotus, Religious op.mem. (white) Wednesday DEDICATION OF THE LATERAN BASILICA (white) 9 feast Gloria. Pf of Dedication. Not EP IV. Thursday St Leo the Great, Pope & Doctor memoria (white) 10 BRACKLEY: I VESPERS of St Martin of Tours Friday St Martin of Tours, Bishop memoria (white) 11 Armistice Day BRACKLEY: Patronal Solemnity of St Martin of Tours *Canon Henry St Leger Mason 1940 (Southwold) *Fr Basil Jones 1974 (Thetford) Saturday St Josaphat of Polotsk, Bishop & Martyr memoria (red) 12 *Fr Raymond Kerby (St Ives) Sunday THIRTY THIRD SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (green) 13+ Psalter Week 1 2 nd COLLECTION: Sick & Retired Priests Day of Prayer for Victims of War one Mass may be offered in anniversario today Ordo *Fr Augustine Wilkinson 1934 (retd.coldham Cottage 1925) 134

137 ORDINARY TIME NOVEMBER Monday Feria (green) 14 *Bishop Laurence Youens 1939 *Fr William Arrowsmith 1954 (retd Brantham 1950) Tuesday Feria (green) 15 Or St Albert the Great, Religious & Doctor (white) LUTON (Farley Hill): I VESPERS of St Margaret of Scotland Wednesday Feria (green) 16 Or St Margaret of Scotland op.mem. (white) Or St Gertrude, Virgin op.mem. (white) Or St Edmund of Abingdon, Bishop op.mem. (white) LUTON (Farley Hill): Patronal Solemnity of St Margaret. Thursday Feria (green) 17 Or St Elizabeth of Hungary, Religious op.mem. (white) Or St Hilda, Abbess op.mem. (white) Or St Hugh of Lincoln, Bishop op.mem. (white) Fr J Richard B Smith 1971 (retd. Thornton College 1949) Friday Feria (green) 18 Or Dedication of the Basilicas of Peter & Paul (white) *Fr Bryan Houghton 1992 (retd. Bury St Edmunds 1969) Saturday Feria (green) 19 Or Our Lady on Saturday (green/white) *Canon Thomas Walmsley Carter 1938 (Sheringham) Sunday OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST, UNIVERSAL KING 20+ solemnity (white) Pf of Christ the King. Not EP IV. Psalter Week 2 Day of Prayer for young people, with optional 2 nd Collection for Catholic Youth Services The memoria of St Edmund is not observed Monday Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary memoria (white) 21 *Fr John Kemp 1882 *Fr William Barker 1958 (Fakenham) *Fr Donald Jenkinson 1977 (Kettering) Tuesday St Cecilia, Virgin & Martyr memoria (red) 22 *Canon Patrick Rogers 1918 (St Pancras, Ipswich) Wednesday Feria (green) 23 Or Pope St Clement I, Martyr op.mem. (red) Or St Columban, Abbot op.mem. (white) Ordo 135

138 ORDINARY TIME NOVEMBER Thursday St Andrew Dung Lac & Companions, Martyrs of Vietnam 24 memoria (red) For Propers, see Appendix II Friday Feria (green) 25 Or St Alnoth, Martyr op.mem. (red) Or St Catherine of Alexandria, Virgin & Martyr (red) *Provost Hugh Parker 1961 (retd. Gorleston 1958) Saturday Feria (green) 26 Or Our Lady on Saturday (green/white) *Rev Edward Connelly 2015 (Burnham) Ordo 136

139 DIOCESE OF NORTHAMPTON - CALENDAR OF PRAYER 2022 We are a community of faith gathered together in worship across our diocese. Everyone is invited to remember in prayer the rest of our diocesan family throughout the weeks of Ordinary Time each year. We do this to support each other in our mission and witness and to strengthen our sense of belonging to each other in the Church of Northampton. 1. Patronal Festivals of Parishes these are recorded in the Ordo. It would be good to include them in the Intercessions on the previous Sunday. A form like this may be useful: Let us pray for the clergy, (religious) and people of St N s parish in. May God bless them as they celebrate their patronal feast. 2. Diocesan Cycle of Prayer intentions for the diocesan agencies and the parishes are recorded for each week of Ordinary Time. They could be printed in the newsletter, announced at daily mass or liturgy, included in intercessions. They could all be used each day, or one intention for two days, or in any way spread across the week. A form like this may be useful: Today/this week we remember the work of/the clergy and people of. May they be strengthened as they work to build up the Church in our diocese. WEEK 1. Baptism of Jesus The Bishop, the Vicar General and the work of the Curia and Bishop s House 2. The Cathedral Chapter, the Councils of Priests and of Deacons The Cathedral Parish St Aidan, Northampton 3. Pastoral Area Councils St Gregory, Northampton 4. All concerned with St Patrick s, diocesan finance and Northampton development 5. The Marriage Tribunal St Thomas More, Towcester 6. The work of Mission Sacred Heart, Northampton Northampton 7. The Clergy (active and St Francis and St retired) of the diocese Therese, N hampton 8. The Liturgical Commission and worship in our diocese Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, Great Billing Our Lady of Walsingham, Corby St John Ogilvie, Corby St Peter, Rushden St Brendan, Corby St Patrick, Corby Most Holy Name of Jesus, Oundle St Edward, Kettering St Paul, Thrapston Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, Wellingborough 137

140 9. The Religious Women and Men of the diocese: Monastic, Contemplative and Apostolic communities 10. The work of our schools, of NORES and its staff 11. Chaplaincies to Education schools, colleges, universities 12. Chaplaincies in Healthcare, Hospitals, Hospices. 13. The ministry to prisoners, their families and staff Our Lady and St Augustine s, Daventry Sacred Heart and Our Lady, Aston le Walls Our Lady Help of Christians and St Laurence, Olney St Thomas Aquinas, Bletchley Our Lady of Lourdes, Milton Keynes Christ the King, Milton Keynes St Bede, Newport Pagnell 14. Pastoral Ministry Office St Mary, Woburn Sands 15. NYMO and Youth St Bernadine of Siena, Ministry Buckingham 16. Parish Secretaries and Sacred Heart, Administrators Leighton Buzzard 17. Key Catechists and St Edward the Catechists of the Confessor, Milton parishes Keynes 18. The work of Caritas Northampton and Justice and Peace, 19. The work of marriage and family life 20. The work of promoting vocations to the priesthood, diaconate and religious life 21. The Pastoral Area in Northamptonshire 22. The Pastoral Area in Bedford St Mary Magdalene, Milton Keynes St Augustine, Milton Keynes St Francis de Sales, Milton Keynes St Teresa, Princes Risborough St Peter, Marlow 23. The Pastoral Area St Joseph, Gerrards Cross The Polish parishes of Bedford, Slough, Northampton, Dunstable St Francesca Cabrini Italian Parish, Bedford St Alban, Winslow SS Philip and James, Bedford St Joseph and the Holy Child, Bedford Our Lady of Ransom, Kempston Holy Cross, Bedford Christ the King, Bedford St Peter, Biggleswade St Francis of Assisi, Shefford Sacred Heart, Flitwick St Mary, Dunstable St Martin de Porres, Luton Our Lady, Help of Christians, Luton Sacred Heart, Luton St Margaret of Scotland, Luton 138

141 24. The Pastoral Area in Luton 25. The Pastoral Area in Slough 26. The Pastoral Areas in Buckinghamshire 27. The Pastoral Areas in Milton Keynes 28. People from the diocese serving in the armed forces and their chaplains 29. Our diocesan Safeguarding Office and Parish Representatives 30. The Ecumenical Commission and ecumenical partnerships of the diocese 31. The work of communications in the diocese 32. Diocesan Pilgrimages and Spirituality 33. Deceased clergy of our diocese 34. Christ the King The Office for RCIA, and all who have joined the Church this year St Teresa, Beaconsfield St Dunstan, Bourne End Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, Chesham Immaculate Heart of Mary Gt Missenden St Columba, Chesham St Augustine, High Wycombe St Aidan, Little Chalfont Blessed John Henry Newman parish, High Wycombe : St Wulstan, Our Lady of Grace, St Edmund Campion, St James St Joseph, Aylesbury St Clare Aylesbury Our Lady of Lourdes, Aylesbury The work of the Foreign Missions and all who support them St Joseph, Luton Holy Family & St John the Apostle, Luton, Holy Ghost, Luton Holy Redeemer, Slough Our Lady of Peace, Burnham Holy Family, Slough St Augustine, Datchet Our Lady and St Ethelbert, Slough St Anthony, Slough Our Lady of Light, Long Crendon Good Shepherd, Haddenham The work of the Bishops Conference of England and Wales We would welcome your comments on how this Calendar can be improved and also any corrections DIOCESAN LITURGICAL COMMISSION 139

142 Parish Locator All Saints, Bletchley, Milton Keynes Bridgettine Convent, Iver Heath Christ the King, Bedford Christ the King, Milton Keynes (5c) Church of the Holy Redeemer, Slough Holy Cross, Bedford Holy Trinity, Desborough Immaculate Heart of Mary, Great Missenden Laxton Hall (Polish Residental Home), Laxton Mass in SS Peter & Paul (CofE Church), King's Sutton Monastery of Christ Our Saviour, Turvey Most Holy Name of Jesus, Oundle Our Lady Help of Christians, Luton Our Lady Help of Christians and St Lawrence, Olney Our Lady Immaculate and St Ethelbert, Slough Our Lady Of Charity & St Augustine, Daventry Our Lady of Czestochowa (Polish Church), Dunstable Our Lady of Light, Long Crendon Our Lady of Lourdes, Milton Keynes (5a) Our Lady of Lourdes, Bedgrove, Aylesbury Our Lady of Peace, Burnham Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, Chesham Bois Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, Great Billing Our Lady of Ransom, Kempston Our Lady Of Sorrows, Eton Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary, Yelvertoft Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, Wellingborough Our Lady of Walsingham, Corby Polish Church of Divine Mercy, Slough Priory of Our Lady of Peace, Turvey RAF Croughton, Croughton Sacred Heart, Flitwick Sacred Heart of Jesus, Luton Sacred Heart of Jesus and St Cuthbert (Polish Church), Bedford Ss Francis and Therese, East Hunsbury, Northampton (1c) SS Philip and James, Bedford SS Stanislaus and Lawrence (Polish Church), Northampton (5) St Aidan, Little Chalfont St Aidan, Kingsthorpe, Northampton (1b) St Alban's RC Parish, Winslow St Andrew's Shared Church, Cippenham St Anne, Wendover St Anthony, Farnham Royal, Slough St Augustine, Datchet St Augustine, Milton Keynes (5b) St Augustine Apostle of England, High Wycombe St Barnabas - Area Cluster, Milton Keynes St Bede, Newport Pagnall, Milton Keynes (5d) St Bernadette, Rothwell St Bernardine of Siena, Buckingham St Brendan, Corby St Clare, Aylesbury St Columba, Chesham St Dunstan, Bourne End St Edmund Campion, Wellingborough St Edward, Kettering 140 Page

143 Parish Locator St Edward the Confessor, Milton Keynes (5f) St Frances Cabrini (Italian Church), Bedford St Francis de Sales, Milton Keynes St Francis of Assisi, Shefford St Gregory the Great, Abington, Northampton (2) St Hubert's Chapel, Great Harrowden St John Henry Newman, High Wycombe St John Ogilvie, Corby St John the Apostle, Luton St Joseph, Aylesbury St Joseph, Gerrards Cross St Joseph (Polish Mission Church), Corby St Joseph The Worker, Luton St Margaret of Scotland, Luton St Martin, Brackley St Martin de Porres, Luton St Mary, Dunstable St Mary, Woburn Sands, Milton Keynes (5e) St Mary Magdalene, Milton Keynes St Nicholas Owen, Burton Latimer St Patrick, Corby St Patrick, Duston, Northampton (4) St Paul The Apostle, Thrapston St Peter, Biggleswade St Peter, Marlow St Peter, Rushden St Teresa of the Child Jesus, Princes Risborough St Teresa of the Child Jesus and SS John Fisher and Thomas More, Beaconsfield St Thomas Aquinas, Bletchley, Milton Keynes St Thomas More, Raunds St Thomas More, Towcester, Northampton (1d) St Thomas the Apostle, Caddington The Good Shepherd, Haddenham The Holy Child and St Joseph, Bedford The Holy Family, Luton The Holy Family, Langley, Slough The Holy Ghost, Luton The Most Holy Name, Denham The Sacred Heart, Leighton Buzzard The Sacred Heart, Weston Favell, Northampton (3) The Sacred Heart and Our Lady, Aston-le-Walls

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