St. Gregory’s, Kingskerswell 9.00am
St. Joseph’s, Newton Abbot 10.30am & 6.00pm
You are welcome to join us for coffee after the 6.00pm Mass on Saturday, the 10.30am Mass on Sunday and the 11.00am Mass on Weds and following Mass/Liturgy on Thursday mornings at St. Gregory’s.
Week Commencing 13th October 2019
Mass - 9:00am St. Joseph’s
Mass - 11:00am St. Joseph’s
Mass - 9:30am St. Gregory’s
Friday - St. Luke the Evangelist
Adoration - 6:00pm St. Joseph’s
Mass - 7:00pm St. Joseph’s
Morning Prayer - 10:00am St. Joseph’s
First Mass of Sunday - 6:00pm St. Joseph’s
Sacrament of Reconciliation: After Mass on Wednesday and Morning Prayer on Saturday or by appointment with the priests.
The rosary is prayed at 10:00am on Sundays (before 10:30 Mass).
Parish Office Hours: Tuesday to Friday 9am-12.30pm. Office closed Mondays unless an emergency.
Welcome to St. Joseph’s Parish
St. Joseph’s is a Roman Catholic parish in Newton Abbot, Devon.
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Canonisation Of John Henry Newman - Sunday 13th October 2019
Next Sunday we celebrate a momentous day in the history of the Catholic Church in England, the canonisation Cardinal John Henry Newman, the first English saint since the saints of the Reformation period. You are invited to join in a novena, nine days of prayerful preparation. Copies of the novena are available from the back of the Church. At its simplest, the novena consists of saying a decade of the rosary each day, and the following prayer:
’O God our Heavenly Father, we offer You heartfelt thanks for the life and holiness of John Henry Newman. In him You give us an inspiring example of priest and teacher, heroic and humble in his labour for the salvation of souls and the pursuit of holiness. Through his intercession we ask You to lead us by the kindly light of the Holy Spirit, and so grant us peace and joy, in the one fold of the Redeemer. We ask this through Christ Our Lord. Amen.’
Can You Help Please?
As an active member of the parish community or a supporter of St Joseph’s and the Catholic faith.
Could you offer any skill or talents on a voluntary basis to help our parish and the people we serve?
First Holy Communion 2020
The full programme for First Holy Communion preparataion is available here.
… go, therefore and make disciples of all the nations. Baptise them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Teach them to carry out everything I have commanded you. And know that I am with you always, until the end of time’. (Mt. 28:18-20)
As Christians, as the Church, we are called to know Jesus Christ present with us, and to proclaim and share the faith we have received. Bishop Mark has offered us an opportunity to take part in this Great Commission through The Catechetical Institute at Franciscan University.