7.00 pm (Saturday Vigil) 9.00 am; 11.00 am
9.15 am The English Martyrs
12.00 noon Easter Weekday
12.00 noon Easter Weekday
12 noon Easter Weekday
9.15 am Liturgy of the Word & Holy Communion
11.30 am Easter Weekday (Novena 11.15 am)
The Church is open every day for private prayer between 8.00am – 6.00pm
This Week's Confessional Times
10.00 am-11.00 am; 12.00-12.30 pm; 6.00-6.45 pm
Monday - after Mass
Tuesday - Friday - before Mass
Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Succour
As announced – please check the newsletter for further details
Sundays, by appointment – please call the Presbytery
By appointment at 6 months notice – please call the Presbytery
Please do not hesitate to call Fr Allen at any time, day or night, if you are worried about someone's illness.
Catholics have a serious duty to call for their Priest if they believe someone is in danger of dying.
For those who receive Holy Communion regularly, the following items are useful to prepare:
- A table or flat surface, covered with a cloth and standing crucifix
- Two candles or votive lights
- Holy Water
- A small glass or finger-bowl containing ordinary water, with a finger-cloth or paper tissue
Relatives and friends often find these items extremely helpful as they remind them an important Guest has been invited. However, there is no need to worry if you don't have them – they are not essential.
Catholics entering hospital, or their relatives, are urged to contact the hospital chaplain by asking the ward sister to inform him.
All telephone numbers are prefixed with (0161) unless otherwise stated:
Bolton General Hospital: Fr. Richard Aspden – (01204) 528 080 / 390 770.
Bury Fairfield Hospital: Fr. Paul Daly – (01706) 369 777
Bury Hospice: Fr. James Manock – (01204) 571 702
The Christie: Frs. David Egan & Morrough O' Brien – 445 1080 / 07827 886 307
Manchester Royal Infirmary: Fr. David Egan – 224 1895 / 276 4247
North Manchester General Hospital: Fr. David Ryder – 795 4567 / 740 8598
Prestwich Hospital: Fr. David Musgrave – (01204) 572077
Royal Eye Hospital - Fr. David Egan – 224 1895 / 276 4247
Royal Manchester Children's Hospital – Fr. David Egan – 224 1895 / 276 4247
Salford Royal Hospital: Fr. Francis Waterworth – 206 5167 / 789 4470
St. Mary's Hospital for Women & Children: Fr. David Egan – 224 1895 / 276 4247
Each Sunday morning at 10.00, Radio Eireann broadcasts a special Mass for those who are sick or housebound. Many people listen to it and draw great strength from it.
You can find it at: 252 LW/DAB or www.rte.ie.
Our Lady of Grace Primary School
(0161) 796 7254
Headteacher: Miss P.J. Jones
St. Monica's R.C. High School
Bury Old Road
(0161) 773 6436
Headteacher: Mrs A Letcher
Holy Cross VI Form College & University Centre
(0161) 762 4500
Principal: Mr D Frost
Gift Aid Declaration
Our Parish participates in the Diocese's Planned Giving scheme under which Parish members are invited to make regular donations by standing order or through the weekly Mass collection, with gift envelopes.
It's now much easier for the Church to obtain a small tax refund from every donation given by a taxpayer. All you need to do is sign a simple, one-off form.
We hold your information in the strictest confidence and we can't access your tax or financial information. If you'd like to help us in this way, first of all, Thank You! – please contact Vin Allerton on 773 3318 or Fr. Allen on 773 2324.