Friday, 17 October 2014

Sunday 19th October

29th in Ordinary Time


10.30am.  Sung Mass at St. Pius X, Hockley


Celebrant & Preacher, Fr. Jeff Woolnough - Ordinariate Pastor


Gospel text: Matt 22:15-21

Saturday, 11 October 2014

Sunday 12th October

28th Sunday in Ordinary Time
10.30am. Sung Mass at Hockley

Celebrant & Preacher - Fr. Bob White




Today's Gospel text: Matthew 22: 1-14



Wednesday, 8 October 2014

Our Patron's Feast!

Feast of Blessed John Henry Newman 
Thursday 9th  October 2014
The Hockley Group will celebrate a Mass in thanksgiving for the life of BJHN 9am Friday 10th at St Pius X.


Many of the Ordinariate groups across the country will be celebrating the feast of their patron, Blessed John Henry Newman, this Thursday, 9 October.
The Ordinary, Mgr Keith Newton, will celebrate Mass according to the Ordinariate Use at the Ordinariate's central church, Our Lady of the Assumption and St Gregory, Warwick Street W1B 5LZ at 7.00pm. The guest preacher will be Fr Michael Lang Cong. Orat. the parish priest at the London Oratory and the Mass setting will be Howells' Collegium Regale. The Mass will be followed by refreshments provided by the Friends of the Ordinariate, a charity which supports the Ordinariate's work.




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eg_LR0JhOFw

Friday, 3 October 2014

Sunday 5th October 2014

27th In Ordinary Time

10.30 am. Sung Ordinariate Mass at Hockley


Celebrant & Preacher Fr. Jeff Woolnough

A picture speaks a thousand words?

Saturday, 27 September 2014

Sunday 28th September

26th in Ordinary Time.

The Hockley Mission gathers at Eastwood for the 10am Sung Mass.

 Celebrant and Preacher - The Ordinary. 

Brunch served in the New Mazenod Hall after mass.
Do join us and take the opportunity to meet and speak to Monsignor Keith Newton.

The Ordinary presiding at Solemn Vespers and Benediction, S. James, Spanish Place.

Tuesday, 23 September 2014

Happy Feast Day!

Wednesday 24th September

Feast Day Mass at Holy Family Benfleet 7pm 

Celebrant Monsignor Keith Newton-Ordinary.

 All Welcome!


Prayer to Our Lady of Walsingham

O Mary, recall the solemn moment
when Jesus, your divine Son,
dying on the cross
confided us to your maternal care.

You are our Mother;
we desire ever to remain your devout children.

Let us therefore feel the effects
of your powerful intercession with Jesus Christ.

Make your name again glorious in this place,
once renowned throughout our land
by your visits, favours and many miracles.

Pray, O Holy Mother of God,
for the conversion of England,
restoration of the sick,
consolation for the afflicted,
repentance of sinners,
peace to the departed.

O Blessed Mary, Mother of God,
Our Lady of Walsingham,
intercede for us. Amen

Photo: HAPPY FEAST! 

Feast Day Mass at Holy Family Benfleet 7pm 
Celebrant Monsignor Keith Newton-Ordinary. All Welcome!

Prayer to Our Lady of Walsingham

O Mary, recall the solemn moment 
when Jesus, your divine Son, 
dying on the cross 
confided us to your maternal care. 

You are our Mother; 
we desire ever to remain your devout children. 

Let us therefore feel the effects 
of your powerful intercession with Jesus Christ. 

Make your name again glorious in this place, 
once renowned throughout our land 
by your visits, favours and many miracles. 

Pray, O Holy Mother of God, 
for the conversion of England, 
restoration of the sick, 
consolation for the afflicted, 
repentance of sinners, 
peace to the departed. 

O Blessed Mary, Mother of God, 
Our Lady of Walsingham, 
intercede for us. Amen

Thursday, 18 September 2014

Sunday 21st September





The weekend of 20th  & 21st is our national festival and the Hockley Mission is attending the 10.30am Sunday Mass at Warwick Street.  NB: no mass at St Pius on that day!

Next Sunday 28th September the Hockley mission gathers for the 10am Sung Mass at Eastwood, Celebrant & Preacher Monsignor Keith Newton.

The Ordinariate holds its first "Festival" over this weekend. The main proceedings are on Saturday 20 September in Westminster Cathedral Hall, beginning at 10.30am. The guest of honour at the Festival will be His Eminence Vincent Nichols, Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster and Leader of the Catholic Church in England and Wales. Cardinal Nichols will deliver an address on how the Ordinariate fits into the life and mission of the wider Catholic Church in the United Kingdom.