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Holy Cross Parsons Green

Our parish was founded in 1842 and since then the Roman Catholic community has gathered for the celebration of Mass and the other sacraments, to proclaim the Gospel and celebrate significant moments in our lives. People of all ages and nationalities, and their families, have found a spiritual home here at Holy Cross. 

We the people of Holy Cross parish; a caring community rooted in the Gospel of Jesus Christ and united around the table of the Eucharist, strive to reflect the love and mercy of God. We are committed to making our parish a place where each person feels welcomed, accepted and valued.

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Masses at Holy Cross - There are Vigil Masses for Sunday at 4pmand  6.30pm on Saturday evenings. Sunday Masses are celebrated at 9.45am, 11.15am and 12.30pm.  Because of the ongoing Covid19 pandemic, there will be no creche or children's liturgy at the 9.45am Mass until further notice.  

Masses are also celebrated at 9.30am each weekday (except Wednesday and Saturday) 

Sanitising measures, social distancing of 1.5 metres and an empty 'every other' bench will be in place at every Mass. Please note that because of this, the Church can only accommodate 72 persons at any one Mass. If the Church is over capacity, you will be kindly asked to return and participate at another Mass. In the current circumstances, we thank you for your cooperation and understanding. The Church will be closed shortly after all Masses to facilitate cleansing and sanitisation in accordance with the Covid 19 guidelines issued by the Government and the Diocese of Westminster. 

IMPORTANT - Face coverings in Church are mandatory until further notice. Please make sure you bring one to Mass. Remove it to receive Holy Communion, and then leave the Church immediately. Thank you for your cooperation.

For further news and information about the parish, click the Holy Cross Parish Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/holycrossparsonsgreen 

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