Live Streaming of Holy Mass

Holy Mass will be live streamed daily on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 9:15 and on Wednesdays and Fridays at 7pm. On Sundays there will be one mass at 10:30. Access to live stream here.

Fr Saju OFM Cap

Covid-19: Parish Guidelines

Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on 23 March, Archbishop John Wilson has asked that all churches in the Archdiocese be closed  until further notice.

Father Saju will continue to celebrate Mass but privately every weekday at the times noted in the Newsletter for the intentions received. On Sunday at 10.30 am there will be one Mass celebrated privately for the intention and all other intentions of the day will be remembered at this special circumstance. All these masses from St Dominic’s will now be live streamed. If you have any intentions to be offered at the private Mass celebrated, please let the parish office know.

Let us continue to pray for one another, for our country and for the whole world as we face this challenge together.

You are invited to join the Holy Mass in spiritual communion by placing yourself in front of a crucifix, perhaps, in all safety, with a candle and participate by saying the Rosary, readings of the day or other prayers. 

Each day, the Vatican News live streams Pope Francis’ masses at Casa Santa Marta via The Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham at 12 noon. Alternatively, you may wish to follow live streaming of the celebration of Mass, perhaps from our sister church, St. Mary’s, West Croydon,  one of the churches in the Southwark diocese or at one of the Catholic churches countrywide. There is also a wealth of  information and resources available on the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales website.

Please continue visiting the parish website for the Newsletter and all updates. 

Fr. Saju OFM Cap

Covid-19 and the Sacraments

Baptism, First reconciliation and First Holy Communion, Confirmation, Matrimony: These have been deferred until restrictions have been lifted.

Sacrament of Reconciliation: In case of emergency please contact Fr Saju on the parish number.

Anointing of the Sick: In case of emergency please contact Fr Saju on the parish number.

Funerals: The funeral service should take place at the graveside or crematorium,subject to the conditions laid down by the cemetery or crematorium authorities.  Please contact Fr Saju on the parish number..

Covid-19: Parishioner Support

Parishioners who may be in self isolation and in need of support for shopping, collection of medicines or are feeling the effects of isolation and need a chat etc. may let the parish office know by leaving a message on the parish answer phone. The parish will get back to you.

Welcome to St. Dominic's Parish

We extend a warm welcome to all visitors to this website and to our Parish church.

St Dominic’s is a friendly & diverse community seeking to worship God, in Christ and by His Holy Spirit.  We are a Roman Catholic parish in the South-East of England, part of the Archdiocese of Southwark, dedicated to Saint Dominic de Guzmán.  Click here to download the Parish registration form.

Mass & Confession Times

Sunday: 9am, 11am and 5pm
Saturday: 9:15am and 6pm
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday: 9:15am
Wednesday & Friday: 7pm
Holy Days: 9:15am, 7pm
Confessions: Saturday 9:45am to 10:15am & 5:15pm – 5:45pm

Priest Surgery Hours: Wednesday 4:30-6:30pm

Parish Office Hours
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday: 10am to 12:30pm Friday: 5pm to 7pm

Parish News

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Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament on:

  • Wednesdays 7:30pm to 8:00pm
  • Saturdays 8am to 9am
  • Last Tuesday of every month from 9:45am to Midday

Southwark Spirituality Commission have produce this adoration guide.

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales have published an official prayer and these initiatives and events to help us respond to ‘The God who Speaks’.  There are also services and events available in Southwark. 

Daily Readings

From Universalis or from  EWTN.

Useful Resources and Prayers

The Angelus is traditionally prayed three times daily, at 6am, noon and 6pm but of course you can pray it at anytime. 

Psalm 91 provides a source of comfort and protection which is particular apt in our current situation. 

The Wednesday Word for preparation for Sunday Mass.

Pray as you go provides daily spoken meditations on the reading of the Mass using music and scripture. The newly launched Pray as you stay provides support during self isolation.

Mass Intentions

You can request Masses via the parish office during office hours or there are envelopes at the back of the church. These can be posted through the presbytery door.

Diocesan policy requires one Mass intention per Mass.

Parishioners who are members of the gift aid scheme can gift aid their mass offering. Please indicate this on your offering envelope.

Gift Aid

If you are a taxpayer, please consider joining our gift aid scheme. To join download the GA declaration form, fill it in and post it through the presbytery door.

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