News from the Vineyard

  • Christmas Schedule

    Christmas Schedule

    24th December (Sunday): 12:30 pm Vigil of Christmas 25th December (Monday): 00:00 am Midnight 1st Mass of Christmas 12:30 pm Christmas Mass of the day 26th December (Tuesday): 12.30 pm St. Stephen 31st December (Sunday): 12:30 pm Sunday within the Octave of Christmas 1st January (Monday): 12:30 pm Octave-Day of Christmas
  • Change Of Mass Time

    Change Of Mass Time

    Feast of The Immaculate Conception December 8th – Sung Mass At 6:30 pm With Consecration to The Immaculate Conception On December 8th, the feast of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, primary patroness of our Institute, we will be able to celebrate a sung Mass followed by a solemn consecration to …
  • Episcopal Visitation

    Episcopal Visitation

    On Sunday, January 7th, 2024, we will have the great honour and joy to welcome His Lordship, Bishop Mark Davies. Bishop Davies will celebrate the 12:30 pm Mass as a low Mass, preach to us and will join us afterwards in the hall during the reception.
  • November 5th – 11th – Change to Schedule

    November 5th – 11th – Change to Schedule

    Canon Wiener will be away during the week of November 5th – 11th to participate as in the years before in a silent retreat preached at Maria Engelport in Germany. There will be no Masses in the traditional Roman Rite at St. Winefride’s during that time. His return to Shrewsbury is scheduled for …
  • All Saints and All Souls

    All Saints and All Souls

    Holy Mass on the feast of All Saints, November 1st, 2023 (Holyday of Obligation), a sung Mass will be celebrated at 6:30pm. Please note, the morning Mass at 10:00am has been cancelled that day. On All Souls’ Day, Thursday, November 2nd, 2023, a sung Requiem Mass will be offered at 6:30pm.
  • Brown Scapular enrolment

    Brown Scapular enrolment

    According to the century old Carmelite tradition, the brown scapular of the Carmelites was given by the Blessed Virgin to St. Simon Stock on July 16th in the year 1251. Pope Sixtus V approved a feast in 1587 that commemorates this important private revelation to the English man and crusader, St. Simon Stock …

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