St John Ogilvie Catholic Church - Liturgies

                                                                                                                                                                                    
Liturgies for Week commencing Sun 20th May 2018
DAY  
 TIME SERVICE   
Monday  9.30 am Service of Word and Communion
Tuesday 9.30 am Service of Word and Communion

Wednesday

7.00 pm

Novena and service of Word & Communion

Thursday

No service

No Service

Friday


9.30 am

MASS

Saturday

9.30 am MASS

Sunday 27th

5.00 pm

                                        MASS                                       

                                                        
 Other Corby Catholic Church Sunday Mass Times  
    St Brendan's: Saturday Vigil 6pm, Sunday 11am
    St Patrick's:  Sunday 9am 
    Our Lady of Walsingham:  Saturday Vigil 6.30pm, Sunday 10.15 am :   
    St Joseph's Polish Catholic Church:  11am and 4.00pm
  The Sacrament of Reconciliation is also available at the other Corby Churches.
    Our Lady of Walsingham - Saturday 5.30 pm to 6.15 pm
    St Brendan's - Saturday 10.30 am to 11.30 am and 5pm to 5.30 pm
    St Patrick's - Friday 7.30 pm after Divine Mercy Chaplet

Map and links to all the Churches in the Diocese of Northampton
Click Here:  http://bit.ly/rJP488

       
            
                       St John Ogilvie Feast Day - 10th March
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Fr Stephen McGuinness RIP

Please pray for the repose of the soul of our former Parish Priest - Fr Stephen who died on Monday morning the 7th May in Glenmoor House, Corby.  Fr Stephen was a Corby lad, a late vocation, ordained priest in Our Lady’s in 1986.  He served in parishes in Milton Keynes, Slough, Northampton, Thrapston,  High Wycombe and finally here in St John Ogilvie’s. 

His body will be received into St John Ogilvie Church at 4.30pm on Tuesday 29th May

This will be followed by Mass at 7pm

His Funeral Mass will be celebrated by Bishop Peter on the next day

  Wednesday 30th May 2018  at 11am in Our Lady’s Church in Corby

May he rest in peace.


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