'We believe that everyone has the right to hear the Good News that God loves them'

Whether you are a former or current parishioner, haven't been to church in a while, or are simply interested in our faith, welcome to the parish website.

To find out more about the parish please click here.


Saturday Evening Vigil Mass - 6.00pm

St Francis' Convent Chapel

Sunday Morning Mass - 9.00am

St John the Baptist

Sunday Morning Family Mass - 10.30am

St Francis' Convent Chapel

Weekday Masses, Holy Days, Adoration

Please see Newsletter

Confession

Saturday: 10am-10.30am (St John's), 5.20pm (St Francis)

Can't get to Mass?

Please click here

Today's Gospel

News and Events

Information about the Year of the Word 2020.

29th February 2019 at 7.30pm. Click here for more details

The East Window is currently being cleaned and having some much needed conservation work done on it. To find out more and how you can help the parish cover the cost of the work, please click here.

The parish produces a weekly newsletter which is available online by clicking here. Printed copies can be found in the porches at St John's and the Convent Chapel.

Interested in becoming a Catholic?

"You did not choose me, no, I chose you" John 15:16

If you are interested in becoming a Catholic there are several starting points, you could: Visit the Nottingham Diocese website on Catholicism; Talk to a friend or family member who is a practising Catholic or contact Father for an informal chat.

Please remember, you don't need to be a baptised Catholic to walk through the doors of a Catholic church - everyone is welcome!

I've not been to church for a while?

Just because you've not been to church for a while doesn't mean you stop being a member of the Catholic church. If you've noticed a curiosity returning, then try to listen to it. Praying and asking God to guide you is always a good start.

You will always be welcome in church, however you should go to confession before receiving Holy Communion again (don't worry there are leaflets on what to say if you can't remember). If you have any questions please contact Father, who would be delighted to hear from you.

Parish Priest: Rev. Monsignor Canon Thomas McGovern

Presbytery: 2 Burton Road, Melton Mowbray, LE13 1DJ Tel: 01664 562274 Email: stjbstp@gmail.com

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