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  •  always within 15 minutes before the service get yourself set up. Be ready with hands on. Avoid using the service times for using for the first time or as a learning session. 
  • be ready with the downloadable service sheets to take part in the mass  meaningfully.  
  • You can always have a practice session before or after masses on normal days

Pastoral Letter by the Archbishop to be announced in all churches and chapels for this weekend  download below

Message from the Metropolitan  Bishops Conference of England and Wales for this weekend click here

Popes Message for World Day of Prayer for Vocations click here 

Archdiocese of Birmingham website for Vocations information click here 


Our THANKS GIVING ADORATION AT WOODSTOCK for the year 2021, 28th Dec.   

 Our THANKS GIVING ADORATION AT KIDLINGTON for the year 2021  - will be Friday, 31st Dec.  after 11am Holy Mass

Christmas Night Mass

on Zoom  

Christmas Day Mass

on Zoom  

Our creative work and those of our children shared below 

Our Church decorations at Woodstock (as its not zoomed) 

Some Suggested Guidelines for the Christmas masses in the parish - download below  

DAILY MASSES  - In a normal week 

  • Monday - 9.30am at Kidlington 
  • Tuesdays - 7pm at Kidlington 
  • Wednesdays - 11am at Woodstock 
  • Thursdays - 9.30am at Kidlington 
  • Fridays - 11am - at Kidlington 

Sunday Masses 

  • Saturdays evening 6pm - Vigil mass for Sunday 
  • Sundays 9.30 at Woodstock 
  • Sunday 11am at Kidlington 

 The Mass readings for the week are available from Universalis Publishing. Please click here for the readings

Adoration - First Fridays of the month in Kidlington and First Wednesdays at Woodstock soon after the mass of the day. Adoration for 30minutes followed by Benediction. 

Confessions: Saturdays 5 - 5.30 at Kidlington & Wednesdays 11.30 - 12 at Woodstock (after mass). In these challenging times it would be helpful if  you arrange a prior appointment to do so. So that I could organise for the sacrament to be celebrated as safely as possible. 

Holy Rosary - Normally recited before the Vigil mass on Saturday 

Kindly note that there is no day mass on Saturdays, as we hold the Sunday Vigil mass on Saturday evening.  

Readers (Lectors), here you find below the readings for the coming Sunday's - for your own read, practice and preparation to make it as best as it could be FOR THE OTHER!  Its for service, not simply for acquiring skills!! 


This Sunday,  9th January 2022

Feast of the Baptism of Our Lord

Wishing you all a Very Blessed New Year 2022!

Click here to go to This Sunday of the Parish Website to see readings, Children's activity, Parish Poster etc