Pastoral Letter

Particpating in the celebrations of
Holy Week, Sunday and weekday Mass at home during the coronavirus pandemic.

→ Sunday Mass at 11am from Leeds Cathedral

→ Read the Pastoral Letter

Urbi et Orbi, 'to the city [of Rome] and to the world'

Normally reserved for Christmas and Easter, this extraordinary blessing was offered for the current global situation, as more than half of the world’s population is confined to their homes.

→ Video of Pope Francis' blessing

→ The full text


Suggested prayers during difficult times

→ Prayers during a time of ‘flu and illness ~ the Liturgy Office
→ When Mass cannot be celebrated publicly ~ the Liturgy Office
→ Supporting each other in prayer ~ Diocese of Leeds
→ Mass in Time of a Pandemic

Our Lady & All Saints Catholic Church

Week beginning 5th April
Holy Week

Sunday 5th April
Mass intention: People of the Parish

Monday 6th April
Special Intention (CD)

Tuesday 7th April
Ann Judge

Wednesday 8th April
Ann Jackson

Thursday 9th April
Angela Fahy

Friday 10th April

Saturday 11th April
Private Intention (TC)

Sunday 12th April
People of the Parish

Sacrament of Reconciliation
by appointment with Father Lawrie

Community Response Service

Catholic Care have launched a Community Response Service supporting those in our communities who are sick, self-isolating, have been adversely financially impacted or are finding it difficult to cope.

→ Read more

Mass from Leeds Cathedral

Bishop Marcus will celebrate Sunday Mass at 11am from Leeds Cathedral - streamed live, follow the link below.

→ Sunday Mass from Leeds Cathedral

During the current pandemic

Information on the obligation to attend Holy Mass and the dispensation from 'Easter Duties'.

→ Guidance from the Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales

Christmas Parish Quarterly

The latest Quarterly is available to download here.

→ Click here to read the Parish Quarterly

18th March

Cardinal Nichols explains why the Holy Mass and other services have been suspended and stresses the importance of "making sure our prayer maintains a Eucharistic heart", urging that we keep up the rhythm of our prayer day by day.

→ Video of Cardinal Vincent Nichols

24th March

Cardinal Nichols explains why closing churches is the right thing to do to save lives.

→ Video of Cardinal Vincent Nichols

Welcoming all