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Jesus took bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it and gave it to his disciples, saying, “Take and eat; this is my body.”​
Matthew 26:26

The Mass

The Eucharist is “the source and summit of the Christian life.” CCC 1324 It is the high point of our lives as Catholics. Jesus did not want to leave us without his life so he gave us the Sacraments to bring his life to us. The Eucharist is Jesus’ very body, blood, soul and divinity. By consuming the Eucharist we receive Jesus’ very life and are made partakers in his life. “Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood has eternal life, and I will raise him on the last day. For my flesh is true food, and my blood is true drink… He who eats me will live because of me.” John 6: 53-54, 57 What a wonderful reality.

Below you will find the Mass times for the Masses at the weekend and during the week. Also see a schedule of the public Monastic offices below. 

From Saturday 4th July, public liturgies can take place. Due to social distancing the total church capacity is 90 people. Additionally, due to the amount of volunteers required for each Mass, only the Masses below will take place.

For Church Opening Times see ‘Full announcement’ button below.

Masses will still be available to watch through our Facebook Page and YouTube Channel.

"If we get in front of the sun, we get sun tans ... but when we get in front of Jesus in the Eucharist, we become Saints."
Servant of god Carlo Acutis
"Kneeling before the tabernacle, I can think of only one thing to say to our Lord: "My God, You know that I love You." And I feel that my prayer does not weary Jesus; knowing my weakness, He is satisfied with my good will."
St Therese of Lisieux

Weekend Masses

Saturday 6pm Vigil Mass

Sunday 10:30am Mass

Sunday 12pm
Mass

Sunday 7pm
Mass

Saturday 6:00 PM

The Saturday Vigil Mass is a quiet Mass which includes times of silence for deeper reflection.

A Friendly Face

Luke, Anisha, Alex and Theo attend this Mass. They are an active family in the Parish and will give you a warm welcome. Why not introduce yourself to them if you’re attending this Mass.

Mass Times

Sunday 8:00 AM

This Sunday Mass is a quiet Mass. On the first Sunday of the month this Mass is celebrated in Latin using the missal of Paul VI.

A Friendly Face

James attends this Mass and delights in meeting others and welcoming them to the Parish. Look out for him when you attend. He sits near the front on the left.

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Sunday 9:00 AM

The 9:00 AM Mass is especially for families. There is a lay choir and special Children’s Liturgy (for 3-12 year olds) during term time.

A Friendly Face

James attends this Mass and delights in meeting others and welcoming them to the Parish. Look out for him when you attend. He sits near the front on the left.

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Sunday 10:15 AM

For babies, toddlers and families with young children. If they find it a bit tricky to sit in one place or if you are anxious that they may be a bit boisterous, need their favourite toy, a drink, or both. Then this is the Mass for you. You are all warmly welcome to join us in the Parish Hall.

A Friendly Face

Maxina attends this Mass with her family. Look out for her when you attend and introduce yourself. She will be happy to greet you and show you around.

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Sunday 10:30 AM

The 10:30 AM Mass is the Monastic Coventual Mass, which means the Monastic Community are Present. During term time the Ealing Abbey Choir sing at this Mass.

A Friendly Face

Brendan, Virginia, Francis and Joseph attend this Mass. They are involved in many aspects of Parish life. They will give you a warm welcome. Look out for them.

family friends together

Sunday 12:00 PM

Those becoming Catholic are present at this Mass. They enter into the Church’s life through a number of special rites.  Once a month the Ealing Abbey Plain Chant Choir sing.

A Friendly Face

James attends this Mass and delights in meeting others and welcoming them to the Parish. Look out for him when you attend. He sits near the front on the left.

old man thinking

Sunday 7:00 PM

This Mass is the young person’s Mass with contemporary hymns used. Any talented musicians are invited to join the Choir.

A Friendly Face

James attends this Mass and delights in meeting others and welcoming them to the Parish. Look out for him when you attend. He sits near the front on the left.

old man thinking

Saturday 6:00 PM

The Saturday Vigil Mass is a quiet Mass which includes times of silence for deeper reflection.

A Friendly Face

Luke, Anisha, Alex and Theo attend this Mass. They are an active family in the Parish and will give you a warm welcome. Why not introduce yourself to them if you’re attending this Mass.

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Sunday 8:00 AM

This Sunday Mass is a quiet Mass. On the first Sunday of the month this Mass is celebrated in Latin using the missal of Paul VI.

A Friendly Face

James attends this Mass and delights in meeting others and welcoming them to the Parish. Look out for him when you attend. He sits near the front on the left.

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Sunday 9:00 AM

The 9:00 AM Mass if especially for families. There is a lay choir and special Children’s Liturgy (for 3-12 year olds) during term time.

A Friendly Face

James attends this Mass and delights in meeting others and welcoming them to the Parish. Look out for him when you attend. He sits near the front on the left.

old man thinking

Sunday 10:15 AM

This Mass is for families with babies and toddlers. It is held in the Parish Hall. Let your baby wiggle and your toddler move, and still be spiritually nourished.

A Friendly Face

Maxina attends this Mass with her family. Look out for her when you attend and introduce yourself. She will be happy to greet you and show you around.

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Sunday 10:30 AM

The 10:30 AM Mass is the Monastic Coventual Mass, which means the Monastic Community are Present. During term time the Ealing Abbey Choir sing at this Mass.

A Friendly Face

James attends this Mass and delights in meeting others and welcoming them to the Parish. Look out for him when you attend. He sits near the front on the left.

old man thinking

Sunday 12:00 PM

This Mass has those who are becoming Catholic present. They enter into the Church’s life through a number of special prayers and rites.  Once a month the Ealing Abbey Plain Chant Choir sing at this Mass.

A Friendly Face

James attends this Mass and delights in meeting others and welcoming them to the Parish. Look out for him when you attend. He sits near the front on the left.

old man thinking

Sunday 7:00 PM

This Mass is the young person’s Mass with contemporary hymns used. Any talented musicians are events to join the Choir.

A Friendly Face

James attends this Mass and delights in meeting others and welcoming them to the Parish. Look out for him when you attend. He sits near the front on the left.

old man thinking
old man thinking
Jesus said to them, “Truly, truly, I say to you, unless you eat the flesh of the Son of man and drink his blood, you have no life in you;​
John 6:53

Quotes

"The Mass - and I mean every single Mass - is heaven on earth. Literally."
Scott Hahn
"The Holy Eucharist is the perfect expression of the love of Jesus Christ for man."
St Maria Goretti
The Eucharist is the supreme proof of the love of Jesus. After this, there is nothing more but Heaven itself.
St Peter Julian Eymard
"My eyes, I have filled with Jesus ... at the Holy Mass and I do not wish to replace Him with any other image."
St Colette

Weekday Masses

7.00am Mass

with the Monastic Community

9.15am Mass

(excluding Saturdays)

6.00pm Mass

followed by Vespers with the Monastic Community

Public Liturgy of the Hours

Due to Monastic Community members shielding, the Liturgy of the Hours will take place in private until further notice.

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Matins

Mass

Lauds

Terce

Mass

Mass

Mass

Vespers

Compline

Monday

6:00am

7:00am

7:35am

9:00am

9:15am

6:00pm

6:35pm

Tuesday

6:00am

7:00am

7:35am

9:00am

9:15am

6:00pm

6:35pm

8:00pm

Wednesday

6:00am

7:00am

7:35am

9:00am

9:15am

11:00 am Care Mass Bulbeck Rm

6:00pm

6:35pm

8:00pm

Thursday

6:00am

7:00am

7:35am

9:00am

9:15am

6:00pm

6:35pm

8:00pm

Friday

6:00am

7:00am

7:35am

9:15am (8:45am during term time)

6:00pm

6:35pm

8:00pm

Saturday

6:30am

7:00am

7:35am

9:00am

9:15am

6:00pm

5:30pm

Sunday

See Weekend Masses

7:35am

See Weekend Masses

See Weekend Masses

6:00pm

Note

On Holy Days of Obligation, Masses are at the usual times with an extra Mass at 8:00pm and a 6:00pm vigil Mass on the evening before. 

Ash Wednesday Masses are at the usual times (including the Care Mass) with an extra Mass at 8:00pm. Ashes are distributed at all Masses.

Mass times and Services during Lent, Easter, Advent and Christmas can be found on our News page within our News Bulletins.