Monday 21st March
8 am    Mass
10 am    Mass
2.30 pm    Penitential Service
7.30 pm    Penitential Service

Tuesday 22nd March
8 am    Mass
10 am    Mass
Noon    Chrism Mass in the Cathedral

Wednesday 23rd March
8 am    Mass
10 am    Mass

Maundy Thursday 24th March
8 pm    Mass of the Lord’s Supper followed by watching before the Place of Repose until 10.15 pm

Good Friday 25th March (Day of Fasting & Abstinence)
10 – 11 am    Confessions
11.30 am    The Way of the Cross
3 pm    Liturgy of the Passion and Death of the Lord
7 pm    Evening Meditation
The Seven Last Words from the Cross (Haydn)

Holy Saturday 26th March
7.30 pm    Easter Vigil        (Please remember the clocks go forward)

Easter Sunday 27th March
8.30 am     Mass
9.45 am    Mass
11.15 am    Mass
12.30 pm    Mass

Mass on Monday 28th March will be at 10 am and on Tuesday 29th – Friday 1st April at 8 am & 10 am.
The church will close after the 10 am Mass each day this week.

Saturday 19th December
10am Mass
10.30 – 11.30am Confessions
5pm Italian Mass
5.30pm – 6pm Confessions
6.30pm First Mass of Sunday

Sunday 20th December
8.30am Mass
9.45am Mass
11.15am Mass
12.30pm Mass
6.30pm Mass

Monday 21st December
8am & 10am Mass

Tuesday 22nd December
8am & 10am Mass
Penitential Services
2.15pm & 7.15pm

Wednesday 23rd December
8am & 10am Mass
Confessions 10.30am – 11am

Christmas Eve 24th December
Mass at 10am
6.30 pm Family Mass for Christmas Day
11.20 pm Carols and Readings
before Midnight Mass
12 Midnight Mass

8.30 am
9.45 am
11.15 am
12.30 pm

Saturday 26th December
10am Mass -  Altar Servers Mass
No Confessions
6.30 pm First Mass of Sunday

Sunday 27th December
8.30am Mass
9.45am Mass
11.15am Mass
12.30 Mass
There will be NO 6.30pm Mass

Christmas Week
Monday 28th  -
Thursday 31st December
Mass at 10 am after which the Church will close

Friday 1st January 2016
Mass 12 Noon
Followed by refreshments
in Parish Hall

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A varied programme, ranging from sacred motets to songs from the shows, and from opera to Irish airs. Solemn, funny, nostalgic and dramatic by turns.

Nancy Sen and Kay Sparkes (sopranos)

Mark Fletcher (counter-tenor)

Stéphane Verma (tenor)

John Furlong (baritone)

Helen Tierney (piano and harp)

When: Friday 27 November 2015
Time: 8pm
Running time: 90mins
Where: Our Lady of Lourdes Church, 373 Bowes Road, London N11 1AA
Cost: free (retiring collection)


The greatest story of all time, movingly recreated by a cast of over 200 – authentic detail, outstanding quality sound and music – the Life of Christ is an experience not to be missed. It is both educational and entertaining, amusing and serious.

Enjoy the beauty of the Wintershall Estate while you experience the biblical presentation of the life of Jesus. Running from 10am to 4pm between 23 and 28 June, this is a promenade performance in three acts with a brief interval, taking you back in time to the Palestine of Jesus’ day. Experience the emotions and events of the Biblical characters and the lasting story. Everyone should be familiar with it of whatever religion.

It is perfect for schools and groups with a free coach park nearby as well as a free car park for individuals and minibuses.

Parishioners of all ages are invited to watch the 'Life of Christ' outdoor live performance on Saturday 27th June at Wintershall.  A coach will be arranged if enough people want to go but we need numbers quickly.  Please contact Anuli (07793 036774), Debbie (07958 194917), or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to confirm places.  Visit for more information.