HOLY WEEK AT ST. DOMINIC’S

Palm Sunday 2015

Photo: Fr. Tony Rattigan

All are very welcome at the services of Holy Week, the highest point of the Christian year, when we celebrate the Passion, Death and Resurrection of Jesus. The church will be open every afternoon from Monday to Wednesday (see below).

Saturday 28th March

5 pm Confessions

5.30 pm Vigil Mass of Palm Sunday with distribution of Palms and reading of the Passion

Palm Sunday 29th March

10 am Sung Mass with distribution of Palms and reading of the Passion

7 pm Mass of Palm Sunday with distribution of Palms and reading of the Passion

Monday 30th March

10 am Mass

2-5 pm Adoration

5.30 pm Mass

Tuesday 31st March

10 am Mass

2-5 pm Adoration

5.30 pm Mass

Wednesday 1st April

10 am Mass

2-5 pm Adoration and Rosary

5 pm Stations of the Cross

5.30 pm Mass

Maundy Thursday 2nd April

7.30 pm MASS OF THE LORD’S SUPPER. Watching till midnight.

Good Friday 3rd April

11 am Ecumenical Stations of the Cross and Walk of Witness

3pm  Liturgy of the Passion and Holy Communion

Holy Saturday 4th April

10.30 am Confessions

5 pm Confessions

NO 5.30 MASS

8 pm Easter Vigil and Mass of the Resurrection

Sunday 5th April, Easter

10 am Sung Mass

NO EVENING MASS

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Welcome!

WELCOME TO ST. DOMINIC’S!

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Church interior. Photo: Kenny Brown

St. Dominic’s Priory Catholic Church is situated in the Ouseburn-Shieldfield arts and student quarter, taking in also the Quayside. Founded in 1873 to serve what was then an impoverished industrial quarter, St. Dominic’s rapidly gained an outreach across the North-East. Today our church gathers a congregation from all over Newcastle. We are commited to being a place of welcome and sanctuary for our neighbourhood’s residents and visitors alike, and as part of this we are a church for the arts. We put on regular film evenings in collaboration with The Holy Biscuit arts hub, and work with a number of artists, both professionals and students.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please click on the menu bar at the top of the page for Sunday and Weekday Mass times. Note that weekday Mass times may change from week to week, depending on priests’ availablility.

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