Welcome to the Rugby Deanery website. On this site you will find contact details and links to websites, where they exist, for all the Catholic Parish’s in the Deanery, together with Mass Times and details of our Catholic Schools. Our website brings together the resources of the Rugby Catholic Deanery and provides information about Deanery wide activity. Rugby is one of eighteen deaneries which make up the Catholic Archdiocese of Birmingham. The Rugby Deanery has the following parishes: English Martyrs (Rugby), Our Lady of the Angels (Nuneaton), Our Lady of the Sacred Heart (Bulkington) and St Francis of Assisi (Bedworth), Sacred Heart (Rugby), St Anne (Nuneaton), St Benedict (Atherstone), St Marie’s (Rugby) and St Joseph, (Monks Kirby). Parish Boundary Map link.
Newsletters 16 January: Our Lady of the Sacred Heart and St Francis of Assisi olsh160122, Our Lady of the Angels olar160121, Sacred Heart & English Martyrs shem160122, St Anne & St Joseph – not available sasj160122, St Benedict sb160121, St Marie’s smr160122, St Joseph’s. Older newsletters link
Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales Guidance for Communal Worship during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Following the statement by the Prime Minister on Wednesday 9 December 2021, there has been a Government directive that further restrictions to mitigate against viral transmission, especially in the light of the new Omicron variant, will be imposed. You can read our guidance here.
The Sower Advent Edition 2021 link
Pastoral Letter from Archbishop Bernard Longley: The Synodal Pathway 16th October 2021. Watch https://youtu.be/wFcOEPiyyMA Listen link Read 211015 pastoralletter-twenty-ninthsundayinordinarytime(16-17october2021)
Entering Stage Four of the Roadmap From 19 July 2021, we enter Step 4 of the Government’s COVID-19 Response Roadmap link
Pray As You Go is a daily prayer session, designed to go with you wherever you go, to help you pray whenever you find time. A new prayer session is produced every day of the working week and one session for the weekend. It is not a ‘Thought for the Day’, a sermon or a bible-study, but rather a framework for your own prayer. Lasting between ten and thirteen minutes, it combines music, scripture and some questions for reflection. The style of prayer is based on Ignatian Spirituality. It is produced by Jesuit Media Initiatives, with material written by a number of Jesuits, both in Britain and further afield, and other experts in the spirituality of St Ignatius of Loyola. Although the content is different every day, it keeps to the same basic format. link
Archdiocese of Birmingham News: link
Catholic Kids Media. American animator Isabel D’Angelo has created a YouTube channel Catholic Kids Media which offers a great way to explore the Sunday readings with children link .
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