The latest Parish Quarterly is available to download here. This issue features Fr Lawrie's "Message for Easter", Scripture reflections, a 'My Ministry' testimony and a personal report of Sheeana Street's voluntary work in Nepal.
Prayers for difficult times→ THY KINGDOM COME PRAYER ~ Otley: May 21st to Pentecost
During the period of lockdown, Parish income is drastically reduced. If you do not give your weekly collection contribution by Standing Order, please consider donating by following the link below. This secure system of giving has been arranged by the Diocese but our Parish is automatically specified in your donation.→ Please donate here
Week beginning 24th May
Seventh Week of Easter
Sunday 24th May
People of the Parish
Monday 25th May
Tuesday 26th May
Wednesday 27th May
Thursday 28th May
Friday 29th May
Fr D Drake- Brockman
Saturday 30th May
Sunday 31st May
People of the Parish
Sacrament of Reconciliation
by appointment with Father Lawrie
The Coronavirus Pandemic
In line with the government guidelines, and safety advice, the church will remain closed and there will be no public Mass or organised services until further notice.
Father Lawrie will continue to offer Mass privately for parish intentions, especially remembering you and your families in his prayers and daily Mass.
Useful links:→ Catholic Care Community Response Service
Canon Lawrie Hulme Tel: 01943 462146
Address: 4 Bridge Street, Otley, LS21 3AZ
Parish email: email@example.com
Parish Centre bookings: Tel: 07973 376312
A Message from the Metropolitan Archbishops of the Catholic Church in England and Wales.
The newsletter contains parish information including daily Mass Intentions, the current parish Sick List, anniversaries and the recently deceased.
- Also, the new 'Focus On Sunday' available as a free download here.
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.
Cardinal Nichols explains why the Holy Mass and other services have been suspended, why closing churches is the right thing to do, while urging us to keep up the rhythm of our daily prayer.
Bishop Marcus will celebrate Sunday Mass at 11am from Leeds Cathedral - streamed live, follow the link below.
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