St. Joseph's

Roman Catholic Parish
Newton Abbot

St. Joseph’s Parish, Newton Abbot

Mass Times

Note: Please check the newsletter for any changes. Below are the usual Mass times.

Saturday and Sunday Masses

First Mass of Sunday - 6:00pm St. Joseph’s

Mass - 9:00am St. Gregory’s
Mass - 10:30am St. Joseph’s & Facebook Live
Mass - 6:00pm St. Joseph’s

Monday to Friday

Mass - 9:30am St. Gregory’s
Mass - 10:00am St. Joseph’s

Mass - 10:00am St. Joseph’s

Mass - 11:00am St. Joseph’s

Mass - 9:30am St. Gregory’s
Mass - 10:00am St. Joseph’s

Adoration - 6:00pm St. Joseph’s
Mass - 7:00pm St. Joseph’s

Mass - 9:30am St. Gregory’s

St. Joseph Mass Livestream

Mass - 10:30am Live from St. Joseph’s

St. Joseph Mass Videos via YouTube

Other Live Streams of Mass

Plymouth Cathedral
Mass - Daily at 11:00am from Plymouth Cathedral
from the Diocese Youtube Channel

Mass - 9:30am Live From Walsingham Angelus and Mass - 12:00pm Live From Walsingham

Pope’s Daily Mass
Daily Mass with Pope Francis

Other Live Streams

EWTN Live Eternal Word Television Network

Lourdes Lourdes Groto Webcam

Sacrament of Reconciliation: By emergency appointment with the priests.

Please continue to pray the rosary at home to find peace and serenity at this time

Welcome to St. Joseph’s Parish

St. Joseph’s is a Roman Catholic parish in Newton Abbot, Devon.

We have a FaceBook page here.

The parish YouTube Channel has children’s liturgy videos.


Click here for this weeks newsletter (updated each week).

An invitation from the Bishops of England and Wales

There is a letter from the Bishops of England and Wales about Returning to Mass at Pentecost.

Synod - June Update

Walking Together - Synodal update for the Diocese of Plymouth.

Synod - April Update

Walking Together - Synodal update for the Diocese of Plymouth.

Synod - March Update

Walking Together - Synodal update for the Diocese of Plymouth.

Synod Submission

Here is the St. Joseph’s Newton Abbot Advent 2021 Synod Submission.

A Precious Place Of God’s Grace

Bishop Mark and his Bishop’s Council – a group of priests who assist him in the Governance of the Diocese – have issued a reflection document titled “A Precious Place of God’s Grace”, inviting the Catholics of the Diocese to be “disciple-making-disciples”, and to be focused on mission as they face the challenges of living the faith today. This important document puts forward ideas on potentially large changes for our Diocesan and parish structure. Please read the document. The Bishop is inviting lay responses to this by the end of January. We will email a copy out to those of you who we have email addresses for. A hard copy will be available at the back of the church and the link will also be placed on our facebook page. Use this website address and follow the link provided to access the document. If you have any queries, initial thoughts or feedback please contact Deacon Tim via email We look forward to hearing your views.

Rededication of England as the Dowry of Mary - Sunday 29th March 2020

The first dedication of England was made by King Richard II in 1381, as England faced the turmoil of the Peasants’ Revolt, an uprising that took place in response to high taxes. The Rededication which takes place this Sunday March 29, 2020, is a personal dedication of the people of England following in the footsteps of the king. In thanksgiving for the end of the Revolt Richard returned and gave the country as a gift - a dowry - to Our Lady for her continued protection and guidance. Until the Reformation, Kings of England went on Pilgrimage to Walsingham to renew this dedication but the commitment was abandoned by Henry VIII.

Today, we, the Catholics of England follow in that tradition. As we face personal, national, and worldwide challenges today, we turn to Mary once again and offer our faith as she leads us to her Son. It is noteworthy that at this time of world crisis caused by the Coronavirus several countries including France and Spain, have rededicated their countries to Mary on the Feast of the Annunciation, seeking her intercession for the world at this critical moment, recognising that her mission in the Church since the first Pentecost is to lead us to Christ. Mary, Mother of the Church. Pray for us.

You can learn more about the Rededication by visiting the following Website:

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?

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Great Commission

… 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.

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St. Joseph's parish is a part of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Plymouth