NOVEMBER 22ND - 28TH 2020

Due to the new Lockdown restrictions, all Masses will be livestreamed at 12 noon Mondays to Saturdays and at 10.00am on Sundays, until further notice.


The church will open to the public after Mass at 12.30 pm for personal prayer and reflection,
Monday to Saturday, until 1.30pm

Please note that people attending places of worship are required to wear face coverings.

Apart from the above times
the church will be closed.

Temporarily suspended (by appointment if deemed necessary).
Baptisms & Weddings: suspended until after 2 December and, then,
by arrangement when restrictions permit.

St Patrick's Gallery

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MonstranceHigh Altar. Tabernacle is gold made in Paris, the niche was designed to contain the monstrance.Monstrance and ChalicesChalice 1

Chalice 2TabernacleSanctuary window left. depicts top left the Visitation, next down the Nativity, top right the Marriage feast at Cana, next down the flight into Egypt, next down at home in NazarethSanctuary window right: top left the Ascension, next down Crucifixion, next down the Good Shepherd, top pic right the Coming of the Holy Ghost, next down the Resurrection, next down Christ gives the keys to St  Peter.

Sanctuary window centre:  our Lady of Mount Carmel and St Patrick.Angel carrying one of the fourteen titles of our lady, the refuge of sinnersAnother two titles of our lady, the first left being our lady's title house of gold and the other being ark of the covenantThe Piscina carved from Devonshire marble used for cleansing the sacred vessels.carvings depict angels carrying pitchers of water one at back and two to the front.

St Matthew carrying a seraph with the face of a man. Ezekiel chapter 1 verses 1-10.Statue 2Statue 3High Altar

17Choir StallThe Sedilia, these were the seats for the officiating clergyPresident's Chair

St Joseph & JesusSt Patricks AltarWalsingham PictureOur Ladys Altar

Sacred HeartPolish PictureOrgan 1Choir View 2

War MemorialSt PatricksOur LadyA Stoop used by incoming parishioners to bless themselves

Baptistry Window Baptismal Font New LecturnNew Altar