An Act of Contrition


My God, I am sorry for my sins with all my heart.

In choosing to do wrong and failing to do good,

I have sinned against you whom I should love above all things.

I firmly intend, with your help, to do penance, to sin no more, and to avoid whatever leads me to sin.

Our Saviour Jesus Christ suffered and died for us.

In his name, my God, have mercy.


When we are aware of our need for Sacramental Confession but cannot avail of it due  to the Coronavirus Pandemic Safeguarding measures,

This act of contrition if sincerely said from the Heart with a firm  purpose of amendment restores atonement with God.

When possible  a Sacramental Confession should be made.

Our Weekly Prayer Intentions.
This week in our thoughts and prayers we keep in mind all those affected by the coronavirus, their families and loved ones. We remember the frontline workers, the paramedics, nurses, doctor ancillary workers, the scientists and all working for a cure. Our Candle in the Window all night reminds us of our frontline workers.

We recall now all those for whom we have been asked to pray in our weekly Masses.

Julie Fenlon,  Hillary McDermott, Phyllis Mahoney
Adrian Fabul,  Gladys Turnbull,  Theda Gordon, Kathy Stevens
Michael Mulligan,  Christopher Almeida,  Maura Kinsella,  Maureen Quiller
Ann Adams,  Pauline Cargin,  Eileen Teahan,
Gerard Wilson,  Feargal Callaghan,  Susan Daggett,  Fr Edmund Worthy


Sympathy with the recently bereaved.

Our prayers and sympathy lie with the following:

The Langtry family on the death of James in the morning of the 10th April

The Marsala family on the death of Francesca who died on Saturday 11th April

May they  rest in peace.

Funeral arrangements will be posted online when known.