Church interior. Photo: Kenny Brown

“Forward Together In Hope”

This Friday 4th September is the First Friday of the Month the Church will be open for Eucharistic Adoration Midday until Saturday 7am! (After Midnight for admittance Please ring the bell on the Community/Winter Chapel Door! Thank You.  (Visitors are most welcome)

St. Dominic’s Priory Catholic Church is situated in the Ouseburn-Shieldfield arts and student quarter, taking in also the Quayside. In addition to our regular service times, we are OPEN on Wednesdays (2pm until 5pm) and Fridays (12 midday until 5pm). This is also a time of Adoration, with Rosary at 3pm.

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.

About dominicwhite12

I'm a composer and writer, and director and founder of the Cosmos dance project . As a member of the Dominican Order and a Catholic priest, I'm chaplain (campus minister) to Newcastle and Northumbria Universities. My big interest is the connection between ancient Christianity and contemporary spiritualities.
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