Weekend Mass Times in Shrewsbury
Saturday - Harlescott - 6:00 pm
(Our Lady of Pity, Meadow Farm Drive, Harlescott)
Sunday - Monkmoor - 9:30 am & 12:15 pm*
* = Mass in the Extraordinary Form : Check newsletter to confirm each week
(St. Winefride's, Crowmere Road, Monkmoor)
Sunday - Cathedral - 8:30 am, 10:45 am & 6:00 pm
During first part of the 9:30 am Mass at Monkmoor and the 10:45 am Mass at the Cathedral
See newsletter for weekday Mass times
Pilgrim Statue of Our Lady of Fatima
On On Saturday 20th May at Noon there is a Mass, in the Cathedral,
during which the Pilgrim Statue of Our Lady of Fatima will be crowned and
the relics of Saints Jacinta and Fransisco will be available for veneration.
There will be Marian Devotions during the afternoon.
The Statue and Relics will be with us until the Sunday afternoon.
Blessing of the new Marian Shrine of Our Lady of Pity
On Sunday 21st May, following the 10:45 Mass,
the blessing of the new Marian Shrine in the Cathedral grounds
and a Reception for all our parishioners.
Now that works on the Cathedral, Cathedral House & the Chapter House
are nearing completion, we were pleased to announce
that the Cathedral webcam is back on-line and working properly.
Please accept our sincere apologies for any inconvenience caused while it was down.
Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes
Brochures and Booking Forms, for next year's pilgrimage to Lourdes
are now available on the Pilgrimage website.
Pastoral Letter On our Social Mission – Caritas Diocese of Shrewsbury
Bishop Mark announces launches a new agency: Caritas Diocese of Shrewsbury.
Read the full story in this weekend's Pastoral Letter.
Children's Liturgy of the Word
Children's Liturgy of the Word takes place every Sunday during term-time
at the Cathedral during the 10.45am Mass and at St Winefride’s church during the 9.30am Mass.
‘Liturgy of the Word for Children’ aims to bring the message of Christ to children
in a way that is easy for them to understand, enjoy and participate in.
At the beginning of Mass the children are invited to come forward and follow the Catechist
to take part in their liturgy. They return to church to join in the Offertory procession.
Aimed at 2-10 year olds, everyone is welcome to attend, with or without an adult
and we look forward to welcoming both visitors and regular members to our sessions.
For more information or to volunteer please contact:
at the Cathedral: firstname.lastname@example.org or
at St Winefride’s: email@example.com.
The Wednesday Word for the upcoming Sunday Masses is now available
click here to read a copy
Sick & Housebound Visits and Emergency Sick Calls
A new system for visiting the sick and housebound is being put in place with a proper referral form.
Every sick and housebound person in the parish will be visited once a month by a Priest or Deacon;
other visits will also take place during the month by an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion and
possibly the SVP. For emergency sick calls only there is now a parish mobile: 07592 155 558.
This number will be circulated to all the nursing homes, hospice and hospital
(and will also be quoted on the Cathedral House answer phone message).
The parish mobile will be carried by a priest 24 hours a day, and we will continue this system
beyond the return back into Cathedral House next summer.
Cathedral Live Feed
St Winefride's Rotas
The latest rota for St Winefride's is available via this link.
The current Reader's Rota is available via the this link.
Shrewsbury LPA Directory
For details of all of the groups within the LPA please click here.
(This is a pdf version of the Directory and can be navigated by clicking on the entries in the Contents page
or by selecting the 'Bookmarks' option in the left-hand margin.)
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Telephone Numbers - Important Information
Please note that all the listed telephone numbers for the Cathedral are currently out of action because of renovation works.
The former numbers will be back in use once the works on Cathedral House have been completed.
The temporary Parish Office telephone number is: 01743 249716 (Mon - Fri 9am-1pm & answerphone)
The Parish Emergency Mobile number (for emergency sick calls is) 07592 155558 (24 hours a day)
We do have a residence phone, but priests are very rarely available on that number as they are only there for meals, sleeping, etc.
Unlike ‘normal presbyteries’ our priests, during this time of building works and renovation, have offices that are separate from their home,
which are not on the site of the Cathedral or other two churches in the parish. Therefore our priests are a little more difficult to contact by
phone at the moment. The best way to contact a priest, regarding a general enquiry, is by coming to church for Mass and seeing the priest afterwards,
or alternatively by email. You may also leave messages on the office answerphone.
Thank you for your patience over this period of works.
enquires please phone the Cathedral Office, 4 Belmont, on 01743 249716 (Mon - Fri 9am-1pm & answerphone)
Or email the priests :~ Canon Jonathan, Father Edmund or Father David
Emergency Sick Calls only : 07592 155 558 (24 hours)
For information email :~ firstname.lastname@example.org
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cpva@DioceseOfShrewsbury.org - 0151-652-9855 (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm)
Diocesan Safeguarding Coordinator: Andrew O’Brien (andrew.obrien@DioceseofShrewsbury.org)
Parish Safeguarding Coordinator: Bridie Croucher - 01743 367189
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