Above you will find 2 links one for the newsletter and one for the Parish Audit which consists of a list of questions that you will need to look at in order to answer the request contained in the letter from the Priests. You will need to click on the links separately.
SUNDAY MASS AT ST MARY & ST PETROC PARISH CHURCH BODMIN
Saturday Vigil Mass 12noon
As from next week 17th April the Vigil Mass will be celebrated at St Petroc’s Shared Church, Padstow at 5.30pm
Live Streaming of Mass
Our 9 am and 10:30 am Masses will be streamed live on YouTube. To watch please click this link:
To watch them just go to the Bodmin Catholic Parish Channel on YouTube a few minutes before the Mass is due to start and click on the picture with a little ‘Live’ logo in the corner.
We will be doing this every weekend now so we’ll no longer be recording the Saturday vigil Mass. Recordings of the Sunday Masses will be posted on YouTube after the live stream.
Recordings will be available on YouTube and Facebook after the Masses have finished.
SUNDAY 9.00am, 10.30am St Mary & St Petroc Parish Church, Bodmin
MONDAY 10.00am St Mary & St Petroc Parish Church, Bodmin
TUESDAY 10.00am St Petroc’s Shared Church, Padstow
WEDNESDAY 10.00am St Mary & St Petroc Parish Church, Bodmin
THURSDAY 10.00am St Paul the Apostle, Tintagel
FRIDAY 10.00am St Michael’s Church, Wadebridge
Volunteer Stewards are required for each Mass to ensure sanitising of hands, track and trace forms and other guidelines are kept. This is an important part of our being able to open the church for Mass. Please contact Fr Ciaran or the office 01208 72833 if you are able to help
You are expected to wear a face covering immediately before entering and it must kept on until you leave. A steward will be there to sanitise hands and to clean the church after it closes.
The church will close immediately after each Mass.
Please note in line with new government regulations it is now mandatory to wear facial coverings when attending places of worship.
You are expected to wear a face covering immediately before entering and it must kept on until you leave.
Please be aware that precautions have been put in place to make your visit as safe as possible. Please do not attend church if you are on the at risk list. Numbers will be limited. The toilet is closed until further notice.
If you have had a cough, temperature or other signs of symptoms please do not attend.
It is very important to emphasise that the Sunday obligation, at present, remains suspended.
Due to the ongoing Covid 19 we have to take great care in the way we come together.
It is important to follow the guidelines below:
- Hands will be sanitised on entering the church
- Guidance to your seat will be given
- No kneeling – sitting or standing permitted only
- Communion will be by hand only
- No candles will be available for lighting
Track and Trace
We are obliged to fill out the forms for each mass we attend with the time and date of mass also. This is an added precaution we are taking in case we are contacted by the Track & Trace system. This would only happen if they are notified of a person who has attended one of our masses and has gone on to show symptoms. The forms will be available at the door on entry.
We have to the best of our ability and Government/Diocese guidelines made Church a safe space for our parishioners to attend
Fr. Ciarán McGuinness