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Oratory Church of St Chad

Cheetham Hill Road, 

Manchester, M8 8GG

Telephone 0161 834 4104


                          

 
  
 
 

St Chad's, Cheetham Hill, Manchester

 
 
TIMETABLE
 

Sunday
8am Mass   (Confessions before Mass)
11.30am Solemn Mass   (Confessions before Mass)
4pm Vespers and Benediction
4.45pm Mass in the Latin Extraordinary Form   (Confessions after Mass)


Monday - Friday
7am Mass
4.45pm-5.15pm Confessions
5pm Rosary
5.30pm Mass  
 
after evening Mass for 30 minutes  On Mondays - Devotions to St Philip and silent prayer with the Community.
after evening Mass for 30 minutes On Weekdays - The Community meet for silent prayer and devotions, which you are welcome to attend.
                                                                                    On Feast Days this is replaced by Sung Vespers

Saturday
11am Mass
11.30am-12.30pm Confessions
7pm-8pm Eucharistic Adoration and Benediction

7pm-8pm Confessions
 
 


Of your charity pray for the Repose 
of the Soul of

Fr Giacomo Vigo
of the Genoa Oratory
 aged 42
Please remember his Community and family in your prayers

also of our neighbour
Canon Stuart Ansbro
Parish Priest of St Willibrord, Clayon
who died Monday 18th August


Late Summer Diary

Sunday 14th September
Feast of the Holy Cross 
The Relic of the True Cross may be venerated at the end of the Masses today

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Monday 15th September
Our Lady of Sorrows
Procession and Devotions at the Pieta 
at the end of the 5.30pm Mass
(these replace the usual St Philip devotions)

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A Day with Newman

Saturday 11th October 
at the Birmingham Oratory

12 noon Pontifical Mass - Bishop Robert Byrne
Talk on Blessed John Henry Newman
Lunch
Devotions and Benediction

see Br Gerard for further details and travel arrangements 



The Summer is usually a quiet time.
Activities, groups, talks, pilgrimages, restoration, and even apple harvesting
start in earnest in the Autumn.





 




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