We’re the Catholic community in Central, North and East Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK.
Bishop Philip invites us to develop these holy habits for personal renewal
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Some of our Masses from Holy Ghost are streamed via Zoom.
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Mass and Private Prayer
Sunday Masses at St Bede’s church
- 9am (English)
- 11am (English)
- 2.30pm (Syro-Malabar Rite, 1st Sunday of the Month)
- 6pm (English)
Check our newsletter for the times and places of weekday Masses, Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and reconciliation (confession).
St Bede’s is open for private prayer 8.30am – 4pm.
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Come and join with our Confirmation Candidates for the Parish 'Big Walk' for CAFOD which will take place on Saturday 24th February from 3pm until 4.30pm. The walk will be from St Bede's Church to the Holy Ghost Church, which will be opened for prayer. Click the link to donate to our Giving Page: l.facebook.com/l.php...
This year we will join with our Confirmation Candidates for the Parish 'Big Walk' which will take place on Saturday 24th February from 3pm until 4.30pm. The walk will be from St Bede's Church to the Holy Ghost Church, which will be opened for prayer. Please come along and join us! parishes.walk.cafod.... l.facebook.com/l.php...
PILGRIMAGE TO THE CATHOLIC NATIONAL SHRINE AND BASILICA OF OUR LADY, WALSINGHAM Pilgrimage from Basingstoke to The Catholic National Shrine and Basilica of Our Lady, Walsingham on 31st May – 1st June 2024 approximate cost £250 to include coach, dinner, bed & breakfast. A meeting is to be held on Saturday 17th February at 11am in St Bede’s Church large meeting room to discuss details.
Check our latest newsletter for more events.
Deacon Tony reflects
In Biblical days people with disabilities or who were different were shunned, left to beg for their needs. Jesus did not shun the leper; he found a way to bring the man back into the community. Surely this is a message for us too.
Actively seek out Jesus in the same way as the people in this week’s Scriptures did. Put our trust in Jesus and we will be taking the Word of God out into our community.
On this Racial Justice Sunday, we are called not to look for differences in others; but to see that they are another human being, made in the likeness of Christ; a gift from God to us all.