Triduum Paschale 2024

Sunday 24th March
Palm Sunday

Low Mass

Blessing of the palms, procession and High Mass

Solemn Vespers & Benediction

Thursday 28th March
Maundy Thursday

Gregorian Matins – ‘Tenebrae’

2pm – 6pm

High Mass & Procession – Adoration until Midnight

Friday 29th March
Good Friday

Gregorian Matins – ‘Tenebrae’

12 noon – 2pm

Stations of the Cross

Mass of the Presanctified – 5pm – 6pm: Confessions

Saturday 30th March
Holy Saturday

Gregorian Matins – ‘Tenebrae’

2pm – 5pm

Easter Vigil, Adult Baptism & High Mass
(This Mass doesn’t fulfill your Sunday obligation).

Sunday 31st March
Easter Sunday

Low Mass with organ

High Mass

Solemn Vespers & Benediction

Christmas Schedule

Sunday 24th December:
Vigil of Christmas. Sunday Morning Masses at 8.30am and 1030am.
First Vespers of the Nativity at 5.30pm.
Sung Matins (Gregorian Chant) at 8.00pm.
Christmas Carols at 10.300pm.
First Mass of Christmas at 11.00pm.

Please note Midnight Mass fulfils your Christmas obligation BUT NOT your Sunday obligation.

Monday 25th December:
Mass (Missa Secunda ‘The Aurora’) at 8.30am
Mass (Missa Tertia) ay 1030am.
Second Vespers of of the Nativity followed by Rosary & Benediction and concluding with Compline at 5.30pm

Christmas Day Services

Our Christmas Day schedule is shown below.

Saturday 24th December
Sunday 25th December
9.30 am: Prime (Gregorian chant)
10 am: Low Mass of the Vigil
5.30 pm: 1st Vespers of the Nativity
7 pm: Matins of the Nativity
10.30 pm: Christmas Carols
11pm: ‘Midnight’ High Mass
8.30 am: ‘Dawn’ Low Mass
10.30 am: ‘Day’ High Mass
5.30 pm: 2nd Vespers of the Nativity
6.30 pm: Eucharistic Adoration,
Rosary & Benediction of
the Most Blessed Sacrament

Ash Wednesday 2nd March

Holy Mass will be offered at 12 noon in the day chapel and at 6.30pm in the main church. Distribution of ashes upon the forehead will take placebefore both Masses. Let us all begin this holy season of Lent with great humility, remembering that we are dust, and to dust we shall all return.

Resumption of Public Worship [updated]

Following the statement of H.M. Government, public worship will resume on Wednesday 2nd December and therefore we will once again gather for Holy Mass!

The Liverpool City Region has been placed in Tier 2. Meaning that whilst we can finally come back to Mass, we must abide by the government guidelines, these being not to socialise with people from outside of our own household/support bubble while in the church. This is much the same as things had been before lockdown with some relaxation of the rules around external socialising. Face covering rules remain except where exemptions apply.

Our schedule for the week commencing Sunday 28th November is thus: