Details for obtaining tickets for Mass on 25th 10.30am are below the table.
|Thursday 24th December||6.00pm||First Mass of Christmas especially for children STRICTLY BY TICKET ONLY|
All tickets for the Vigil Mass on Christmas Eve have now been taken.
Sadly therefore there will not be room for any further parishioners as it is essential that safe distancing is maintained.
|9.00pm||Mass preceded by Carols from 8.45 pm|
|Friday 25th||8.15am||Christmas Day Mass|
|10.30am||Christmas Day Mass STRICTLY BY TICKET ONLY|
|Monday 28th||—||No Mass|
TO OBTAIN A TICKET FOR THE 10.30 am MASS ON CHRISTMAS DAY: From the weekend of 12th December please give your name and telephone number to one of the Stewards at the Sunday Masses and they will hand you a ticket(s) for each member of your family who will be attending. The tickets must be handed in at the Vigil Mass and the 10.30 Mass and are not interchangeable. Alternately collect a ticket from the Parish Office Monday – Friday between 10.30 am – 12.30 pm. There are 70 tickets in total for each of these Masses and will be distributed on a first come basis.
SHOULD I COME TO CHRISTMAS MASS? People might ask your advice. Could I suggest that if people haven’t been coming to Mass since March, Christmas would not be the right time to start again. Numbers are greatly restricted and we have to observe all the precautions about face-hands-space and ventilation. The church might be draughty as we are told to keep doors open to allow fresh air to circulate. Cardinal Vincent Nichols has suggested thinking of Christmas as ‘The Octive of Christmas’ and making your return within that time.