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The Church of Our Lady and St Anne

With the Shrine of Our Lady of Caversham

Welcome to the website of the Roman Catholic Parish of Our Lady and St Anne

CATHOLIC BISHOPS’ CONFERENCE OF ENGLAND AND WALES

Covid-19 Route Map: Step 4 Guidance

‘It is important to reiterate that as Step 4 is reached, the general principles of continuing to create a safe environment in places of worship and their ancillary buildings are not abandoned. Indeed, the way forward must be a collective endeavour of all involved in the daily life of the Church. Recognition of the presence of the virus in the population means that certain preventative practices will still be required.’

[The full statement is available on the Birmingham website.]

At Our Lady & St Anne’s, we will continue to:

  • Wear masks during Mass.
  • Sanitise hands on the way in to church.
  • Be respectful of others and leave plenty of space when moving around the church.
  • Book for Mass in case we need to contact people. Every pew will be open so the number of tickets has been doubled. To book a seat at  Mass, click on the word Eventbrite.

 


Recent News

St Vincent de Paul Befriending

The St Vincent De Paul Society would like to hear from elderly parishioners of the parish, their relatives, neighbours and …

Past Reflections and Thoughts

Fr Patrick’s weekly video Reflections, and his Thoughts for the Week, for past weeks may be found in the Gallery.

Going into hospital

On admission to Royal Berkshire Hospital all Catholics should inform the hospital staff that they are Roman Catholic and if …