Holy Week and Easter Services 2019 at Our Lady's Church
6.30pm Vigil Mass (Saturday)
10.15am Sunday Procession and Mass
Confessions in church 2pm-4pm with Adoration
(Monday at St Brendans, Beanfield Avenue: Confession Service: 7pm)
Tuesday: 8am Devotions, 9.30am Mass
Spy Wednesday: 8am Devotions, 9.30am Mass
(Chrism Mass at the Cathedral, Northampton, NN2 6AW, 11am)
Evening Mass of the Lord's Supper: 7pm with watching until 10pm
3pm Solemn commemoration of the Lord's Passion
7pm Stations of the Cross
11am Blessing of Easter Baskets (Polish custom)
8pm Long Easter Vigil Mass
Easter Sunday Mass: 8.30am and 10am
(plus 11.30am Mass at St john Ogilvie's, Danesholme NN18 9BX)
(No evening Mass.)
Please see newsletter online for further details.
Canon Michael and Fr Gregory wish you a Happy Holy Week and Easter
Welcome to all Our Parishioners and Visitors!
Our Lady’s Church is located in the busy Occupation Road (NN17 1EE) within the heart of the older part of Corby town.
Our church celebrated its 80th birthday on 25th March 2018. We have been around for a long time, ministering to the spiritual and pastoral needs of the local people, in keeping with the teachings and traditions of the Roman Catholic church.
if you are new to the area, please come along to our weekend Mass. Sunday, 10.15am is the main family Mass and includes Children’s Liturgy of the Word for years Reception, 1,2 and 3.
We also have a Saturday night Vigil Mass at 6.30pm
We also cover St John Ogilvie’s Church in Danesholme (NN18 9BX) with a Sunday evening Mass at 5pm.
we also now cover Thrapston (Sunday 10.30am), Oundle (9am) and Raunds (12 noon).
We have a Youth Worker, Rick Netherwood, who organises youth ministry for the young Catholics all over town.
We are a friendly congregation and newcomers are always welcome. Please introduce yourself to the clergy after Mass.
News. All the latest News can be found in our Newsletter: find it online now by clicking on "Contact", then "Mass Times and News" then "Newsletter" (clicking the date required eg 2019.01.31)
I hope you enjoy browsing the photographs, many of which were taken a few years ago on the occasion of the 50th Anniversary of the Consecration of our Church, with Bishop Peter as main celebrant.
With every blessing,
Canon Michael Harrison
Fr Gregory Marchwinski