Caritas Plymouth Modern Slavery Event, 7 March 2020

Caritas Plymouth Modern Slavery Event, 7 March 2020

Human trafficking and modern slavery are, in the words of Pope Francis, ‘grievous wounds in the flesh of humanity….in the flesh of Christ himself’. The Modern Slavery Event organised by Caritas Plymouth aimed to open people’s eyes to the extent of slavery in the UK...
The God Who Speaks

The God Who Speaks

In the light of the current crisis, the Diocesan teaching tour has been suspended and postponed until later in the year. The talks, given at three venues so far were very enthusiastically received and cover: How Catholics read the Bible Christ in the Old Testament The...
Plymouth Diocese Statement: closure of churches

Plymouth Diocese Statement: closure of churches

Plymouth Diocese Statement: “The Prime Minister has made our duty very clear and it’s a duty that we will wholeheartedly follow. Closing all of our churches within the Plymouth Diocese is the right thing to do because we need to play our part in stopping the spread of...
Live stream Mass & Evening Prayers

Live stream Mass & Evening Prayers

Whilst the churches are unable to offer Mass publicly we will be live-streaming Mass at 11am each morning on YouTube Live. An evening prayer will also be posted at 4.30pm each day, and we invite you to pray with us. Click here to access the Plymouth Diocese channel,...
Fr Jonathan’s report of The Last Mass (for now!)

Fr Jonathan’s report of The Last Mass (for now!)

I hadn’t really thought about how emotional it would be. Celebrating Mass with my parishioners for the last time, at least for the foreseeable future, brought me to tears. I know we weren’t saying goodbye, but that’s how it felt. I know I will celebrate Mass regularly...
The Congregation for Divine Worship Decree

The Congregation for Divine Worship Decree

The Congregation for Divine Worship issued a Decree on 20th March 2020 regarding Holy Week liturgies in the light of the Coronavirus pandemic. Click here to read a copy of the decree.