Teach us the way we must go and how we are to pursue it ... Let us find in You our unity so that we may journey together to eternal life and not stray from the way of truth and what is right.

→ Bishop's Letter: ‘From Parish to Mission’
→ The Synod - 10 themes for discussion
→ The Synod - more details & the Prayer
→ Online questionnaire

Honouring Sunday

"The Sunday Eucharist is a gift; as God’s holy people we are called to praise and thank God in the most sublime way possible.
When the Church speaks of the Sunday obligation, it reminds us that attending Mass is a personal response to the selfless offering of Christ’s love."

→ message from Bishops of England & Wales


"God of compassion,
when I feel helpless in my grief,
hold me to your heart..."

Masses will be offered throughout the year for those whose names are on the PARISH DECEASED LIST – envelopes available in church

→ Download the Parish Bulletin here

Our Lady & All Saints Catholic Church

Mass times beginning 27th November
Advent - Week 1

Saturday 27th November
Maureen Walsh

Sunday 28th November
People of the Parish
11.15am Mass
Brenda Boyne

Monday 29th November
10.00am Mass
Peter Clarke

Tuesday 30th November
7.30pm Evening Mass
David Lawler

Wednesday 1st December
10.00am Mass
Ann Bowe

Thursday 2nd December
10.00am Mass
Agnes & Winnie Connolly

Friday 3rd December
10.00am Mass
Helen Foster

Saturday 4th December
6.30pm Mass
Tony Furlong

Sunday 5th December
9.30am Mass
People of the Parish
11.15am Mass
Nora Finlay

Our Parish

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Sacrament of Reconciliation
by appointment with Father Lawrie

A saint's day can typically be the date of their actual death or a date assigned by the Church.

Wednesday 1st December

St Andrew
Saint Andrew is venerated in Georgia as the first preacher of Christianity in that territory and in Cyprus for having struck the rocks creating a gush of healing waters upon landing on the shore.

Friday 3rd December

St Francis Xavier
Wherever he went, Saint Francis Xavier lived with the poorest people, sharing their food and rough accommodations. He spent countless hours ministering to the sick and the poor, particularly to lepers. Very often he had no time to sleep or even to say his breviary and, evident from his letters, he was filled always with joy.

Weekly prayers of intercession.

This week
We pray for all people as the seasons change around us. May our hearts be moved into a time of preparation and action this Advent, as we look towards the coming of Christ.
Lord, in your mercy...

Provided by

Pease visit the CAFOD website for their
Advent Family Prayer Resources


Canon Lawrie Hulme Tel: 01943 462146

Address: 4 Bridge Street, Otley, LS21 3AZ

Parish email:

Parish Centre bookings: Tel: 07973 376312


Leeds Cathedral

Leeds Festival Chorus

LIVE Masses online - a directory

MASS from St Marys, Halifax

MASS from St Edward’s, Wetherby

Mass from Walsingham

Knock Shrine

The NEW Catholic Voice, Diocese of Lancaster.

Latest Parish Quarterly

Including photos & reflections from children on their First Holy Communion and on Confirmation: an insight into the work of the SVP: a young Parishioner helping refugees: and Marc's Seminarian experience.

→ Read latest PQ here

Bishops' Letter

A Message from the Metropolitan Archbishops of the Catholic Church in England and Wales

A pastoral letter of encouragement during difficult times.

→ Pastoral letter ~ 7 ‎February 2021


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Year of Saint Joseph

Pope Francis proclaims a“Year of St Joseph” So we may "increase our love for St Joseph ... be encouraged to implore his intercession"

→ More about the Year of St. Joseph


Lisbon 2023
World Youth Day is an event for young people organized by the Catholic Church, initiated by Pope John Paul II in 1985

→ WYD website


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