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To Enrol for 2023 Confirmation or 2023 First Holy Communion please email:
Bookings close on 14th October so why not email today?
Canon Michael Harrison
The Sunday Obligation was reinstated at Pentecost 2022.
It is great that people have now returned to Sunday Mass.
Covid rules have been relaxed, but we still want everyone to be safe.
For the latest news, please go to our Mass Times & News Page and scroll down for the latest newsletters.
Parish Office Hours
Mon, Tues, Wed...., Fri 9am-12.30pm,
excludes Bank Holidays.
Also, other Mass times locally: Saturday Vigil 6pm St Brendans, Beanfield Avenue
Sunday 8am (Latin) St Brendans
9am St Patrick's, Gainsborough Road
11am St Brendan's
5pm St John Ogilvie's
24/7 emergency cover continues at Kettering General, thanks to Frs Paul, Gerard, Ebin, Bernadetto and Gregory.
May God bless you and those you love,
WE LIVE-STREAM MASSES FROM OUR LADY'S CHURCH.
Click on the link below for our new live streaming schedule.
A camera operates in Our Lady's church 24/7 and can be viewed via
All the latest news can be found in our current weekly Newsletter which can be accessed online by clicking here.
To book a Baptism or a wedding, please attend one of our weekend Masses and see the priest afterwards. He will give you a form to return to the Parish Secretary.
Your priests live in Corby, in Our Lady’s Presbytery, which is located next to the church on the busy Occupation Road within the heart of the older part of Corby town. Corby is our main centre of Catholic population. Corby has four parishes, two of which are ministered by Fr Gerard Byrne who is Parish Priest of St Brendan's and St Patrick's.
When recently appointing Canon Michael as Diocesan Vicar General, Bishop David appointed Fr Sujith John as Assistant Priest at Our Lady's in order to share the Pastoral responsibilities in our parishes. Fr Sujith was recently promoted as Parish Priest in Yeovil. We still await his replacement.
As well as serving the Parish of Our Lady we also serve St John Ogilvie's Church in Danesholme.
Our Lady's 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 parish or area, please
feel very welcome to come along to a weekend Mass. Our main family Mass is at 10am on Sundays.
Children’s Liturgy of the Word for children in school years Reception, 1, 2 and 3 is at the 10am Mass each Sunday during school term time.
We also have a Saturday night Vigil Mass at 6.30pm and the new addition, 8.30am Mass, introduced recently due to Covid. If you are worried about crowds the 8.30am Mass is for you.
Also the 5pm Massat St John Ogilvie's NN18 9BX.
We are a friendly congregation and newcomers are always welcome. It would be great to meet you so please do introduce yourself to the clergy after Mass.
We are blessed to have many people serving in the parish in a variety of ways so please do look at the Parish Life and Groups and see how you might be able to get involved.
Among those serving is our Parish Youth Worker, Rick Netherwood, who organises youth ministry for young Catholics all over town. If you are between the ages of 11-35, or have relatives that are, then take a look at the Corby Young Catholics page to see what's up next. We are always looking for adults who would be happy and willing to help as leaders too.
If you cannot find what you are looking for on here or need to get in touch then please feel free to call or email our administrators Maggie and Kay in the parish office between 9:30 - 12.30 Monday to Friday or if you're in the area why not pop by the presbytery (parish house).
Whether you are just visiting or if the parish is like a second home to you, we hope you enjoy browsing our website and we look forward to seeing you soon.
With every blessing,
Canon Michael Harrison
Please enjoy the photographs of our church below, 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 Doyle as main celebrant.