News from the Vineyard

  • Requiem Mass

    Requiem Mass

    A Sung Mass of Requiem will be held for the repose of the Soul of Canon Brendan Hoban (of blessed memory) on Tuesday 13th April at 6.30pm
  • Holy Week at the Dome

    Holy Week at the Dome

    Sunday 28th March: Palm Sunday 8.30am: Low Mass10.30am: Blessing of the palms & Sung Mass Thursday 1st April: Maundy Thursday9am: Gregorian Matins -‘Tenebrae’2pm – 6pm: Confessions7pm: Sung Mass & Vespers Friday 2nd April: Good Friday9am: Gregorian Matins -‘Tenebrae’12 noon – 2pm: Confessions2pm: Stations of the Cross3pm: Sung Mass of the Presanctified (Book online here, 80 seats available only)5pm …
  • Pastoral Letter: Rebuilding on the Foundation of the Eucharist , First Sunday of Lent, 21st February 2021

    Pastoral Letter: Rebuilding on the Foundation of the Eucharist , First Sunday of Lent, 21st February 2021

    My dear brothers and sisters, On this First Sunday of Lent, the story resonates for us, of a family enduring a great trial that engulfed the world they had known. The Book of Genesis recounts how Noah and his family emerged from ‘a state of lockdown’ with renewed hope in God’s saving purpose. …
  • A Pastoral Letter on Public Worship and Public Responsibility

    A Pastoral Letter on Public Worship and Public Responsibility

    My dear brothers and sisters, As I write, a third National Lockdown has begun with many restrictions reducing our daily lives to “essentials.” The Government now recognises public worship as one of those essentials. Not a few may ask why churches remain open when other activities are prohibited; and some will question why …
  • Our schedule for week commencing 3rd January

    Our schedule for week commencing 3rd January

  • Christmas can never be cancelled even in the most unfavourable of conditions: Bishop Davies

    Christmas can never be cancelled even in the most unfavourable of conditions: Bishop Davies

    Christmas can never be cancelled even in the most unfavourable of conditions, the Bishop of Shrewsbury said in his Christmas homily. During midnight Mass at Shrewsbury Cathedral, the Rt Rev. Mark Davies acknowledged that it is “easy to focus on the dark shadows” of 2020. But he reminded the congregation that Christmas leads …

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