MAY PILGRIMAGE TO
OUR LADY OF WILLESDEN
1 Nicoll Rd, London NW10 9AX
Departing from Ss Mary and Ethelburga, Barking after 9:00am Morning Prayer. Travelling by Underground, with a 15-minute walk at Willesden.
Low Mass at the Shrine, Rosary and Prayers.
Bring your own packed lunch. Returning by 3:30pm.
There will be no 9:15am Mass at St Mary and St Ethelburga that morning, but the Saturday evening Vigil Mass will be as normal.
All are welcome!
By kind permission of the Parish Priest, Fr Stephen Willis
CATHOLIC CHURCH BARKING
ST MARY & ST ETHELBURGA
Changes to Morning Mass times from:
Tuesday 26th to Friday 29th April, 2022
at St Mary and St Ethelburga only
No TLM Mass:
7:45 am Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday
7:00 pm Thursday
All other Masses are unaffected
St Mary and St Ethelburga
with St Erconwald
Maundy Thursday Mass
Celebration of the Passion
Easter Vigil of Holy Saturday
Easter Sunday Mass
Easter Sunday MassSung
Easter Sunday MassMissa Cantata
Easter Sunday Mass
9:00 amIlford Lane
Friday 25th March 2022
St Mary and St Ethelburga, Barking
Low Mass at 7:45 am
Missa Cantata at 7:00 pm
At both Masses will recite the Prayer for the consecration of Ukraine and Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
Saturday 19th March 2022
Starting at approx. 10:15am
Catholic Church of St Mary and St Ethelburga
41, Linton Road IG11 8HG
After the 9:15 Mass (Traditional Latin) we will begin from the church and return, after circling Barking Abbey, praying for an end to the war in the Ukraine.
St Olga pray for Ukraine! St Volodymyr pray for Ukraine!
Starting on 4th March until 8th April
every Friday evening
at St Mary and St Ethelburga
6:30 Stations of the Cross followed by Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
A priest will be available for Confession
ST MARY AND ST ETHELBURGA BARKING
APPARITION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY IMMACULATE
(Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes)
IN ADDITION TO THE MORNING MASSES
THERE WILL BE A
MISSA CANTATA AT 7:00PM
ST MARY AND ST ETHELBURGA
NO MASS AT 9:15AM
MASS AT 9:30AM AS USUAL
Restrictions brought in halt the spread of Covid-19 will today be scrapped in churches throughout England and Wales after nearly two years.
The wearing of masks inside churches will be optional rather than compulsory and there will be no social distancing.
The use of shared hymn books will be resumed, the sign of peace may be reintroduced and holy water stoups filled up again.
On Ash Wednesday, which falls on March 2, priests will be able to administer ashes with their thumbs instead of a cotton bud.
Bishops and priests will no longer use cotton buds for anointing during the Sacrament of Confirmation and the Sacrament of the Sick.
(Catholic Herald January 27th 2022, Simon Caldwell)
St Mary and St Ethelburga, Linton Road
On Christmas Eve there will be two Masses: 7pm (English) and 10pm (Latin, Missa Cantata, Old Rite).
On Christmas Day there will be three Masses: 9am (English Mass at Dawn), 10:30am (Latin – English Readings for Mass in the Day), and 12noon (Latin, Low Mass, Old Rite).
St Erconwald, Ilford Lane
Christmas Day at 9:30am.