Where can I find Mass online?
A number of churches in our diocese are livestreaming Masses. The links to each of these churches can be found on the diocesan website
Thank you for visiting our website.
If you have any questions do not hesitate to call us on 01473 728115.
Fr Peter Raj, Parish Priest
The Bishops’ Conference has instructed that, churches are closed until we are told that they might be opened again. This must be right – it is for the benefit of others and will help to stop infection.
The link below will give you a video message from Cardinal Nichols about this matter – a sober and wise message.
Please refer to the Newsletter for detailed and up to date information.
The Day of Prayer for Victims and Survivors of Abuse will be marked this year on Friday, 3 April 2020. Please visit the following link for more information day of prayer abuse survivors 2020
A prayer for Victims and Survivors of Sexual Abuse
Lord Jesus, you came to bring good news to the poor, to bind up the broken hearted, to proclaim liberty to captives and release to prisoners: hear our prayers for victims and survivors of sexual abuse.
Lord Jesus, you offered healing: heal those hurt mentally and physically by sexual abuse.
Lord Jesus, you were filled with compassion: have compassion now and answer the prayers of those in distress.
Lord Jesus, you brought sustenance: sustain with your presence all victims and survivors of abuse.
Lord Jesus, you showed great tenderness and love: help those who love and care for victims and survivors of sexual abuse.
Lord Jesus, you calmed the storm: give us your calm and healing peace. Amen
'For Christians, the future does have a name, and its name is Hope.
Feeling hopeful does not mean to be optimistically naïve and to ignore the tragedy humanity is facing.
Hope is the virtue of a heart that doesn’t lock itself into darkness, that doesn’t dwell on the past,
that does not simply get by in the present but is able to see a tomorrow.
Hope is the door that opens on to the future.
Hope is a humble hidden seed of life that, with time, will develop into a large tree.'
Pope Francis, TED Talk, 2017.
Live Simply Wildflower Gardens
Thank you to all who signed up to plant a wildflower patch in their gardens.
for more information please click here Parish LiveSimply Wildflower Patches
Please remember to take and save photos of your wildflower patch
Latest News from Cambodia
Watch the video messages from Fr Viney (Chomnaom’s new parish priest) and Fr Manoj (who has taken over the running of the Tep Im hostel)
Recent letters from Pope Francis
Live Simply Wildflower Gardens - as part of our Live Simply parish commitment we are being invited to plant a wildflower patch in our gardens. The Parish has supplied some seeds. Your wildflower patch could be as small or as large as you like, but nothing too onerous - from a metre square to ... well you decide. Parish LiveSimply Wildflower Patches
Look out for more live simply ideas and things we can do together as a parish family in the coming weeks and months
How about joining freecycle - a great way of handing on those unwanted items and finding things you need for free visit the Ipswich page FreeCycle