As a result of the coronavirus pandemic there will be no daily or Sunday Mass until we are advised by the Cardinal that they may resume.  In the Cardinal’s letter he stresses that in these emergency circumstances, and for as long as they last, the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days is removed. Fr Danny will continue to celebrate Mass without the presence of the faithful on a daily basis. 

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Monday -  7.15 p.m

Tuesday -  9.30 a.m.

Wednesday - 9.30 a.m.

Thursday - 9.30 a.m. (Service of the Word and Communion)

Friday - 9.30 a.m.

Saturday - 10.00 a.m. and 6.00 p.m. (First Mass of Sunday)

Sunday -  8.00 a.m. and 10.00 a.m. (Extra Mass during the decoration in June @ 12.00 p.m.)

Sacrament of Reconciliation: Saturday @ 5.15 -5.45p.m.     

Prayers for the sick and special intentions: Please contact The Parish Priest

PRAYER GROUPS

Holy Rosary and Mother’s Prayer:  Monday after Mass

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament: Friday at 10.00 - 11.00 a.m.

Meditation Sessions through the year (as advertised in Snippets)

In response to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic we are no longer able to gather for Mass as a community at any time, weekdays, Holy Days and Sundays, until further notice. This takes effect from Friday evening, 20 March 2020.  In the Cardinal’s letter he stresses that in these emergency circumstances, and for as long as they last, the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days is removed. A crisis such as this is a call to more fervent prayer. Fr Danny will continue celebrating Mass privately in the sacristy with no congregation present.Thank you for your co-operation at this time.

Dear friends and parishioners of St Thomas More,
Let us all pray for each other, for our medical teams, Government Ministers and their advisers.
I pray particularly that you will keep well, safe and happy.
With every blessing.
Fr Danny

On this page, we will publish information, links and resources likely to be of particular interest to the Knebworth Catholic community. We will be providing regular updates, so please visit often and share this page with your friends in the parish.

Social distancing must be observed at all times in and around the church including the car park. There will be a one-way system in the church to accommodate entry and exit. As you enter the church you can walk up the main aisle and across the front of the sanctuary. Anti-bacterial gel will be provided at the entrance/exit from the church. There are markers on the benches which indicate where you can sit. Every other pew is blocked off to ensure SDR. You may light candles, but please do not touch any of the statues. You will be able to visits the Martyrs Chapel and the Lady Chapel. Toilet facilities will not be available and the bookshop will remain closed. We have provided a basket for donations to the church I would suggest anything substantial would be better to be put through the door of the presbytery. If you are unwell, a vulnerable person, shielding, or at risk because of your age, it is worth considering whether it would be the right thing to come to church. Thank you for your prayers and your patience.

PALMS FOR PALM SUNDAY: Over this weekend blessed palms will be left on the outside porch entrance of the Church on Saturday and Sunday for anyone who wishes to collect a palm for your household. To comply with regulations please just take one (no stockpiling please!) so that as many people as possible can get one and do not touch any others. We recommend you wear protective gloves when collecting the palm and sanitise it when you get home.

RCIA NETWORK

(contains reflections and questions aimed at catechumens which others may find helpful)

4th Sunday of Lent, Year A

5th Sunday of Lent, Year A

In response to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic we are no longer able to gather for Mass as a community at any time, weekdays, Holy Days and Sundays, until further notice. This takes effect from Friday evening, 20 March 2020.  In the Cardinal’s letter he stresses that in these emergency circumstances, and for as long as they last, the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days is removed. A crisis such as this is a call to more fervent prayer. Fr Danny will continue celebrating Mass privately in the sacristy with no congregation present. The church will remain open every day as usual for individual private prayer before the Blessed sacrament in the tabernacle, without any organised services. Thank you for your co-operation at this time.

Dear friends and parishioners of St Thomas More,
Let us all pray for each other, for our medical teams, Government Ministers and their advisers.
I pray particularly that you will keep well, safe and happy.
With every blessing.
Fr Danny

On this page, we will publish information, links and resources likely to be of particular interest to the Knebworth Catholic community. We will be providing regular updates, so please visit often and share this page with your friends in the parish.