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Short Prayers For Every Day

Lord

stay with me while I try to get closer to you † Amen

Living Lord

call me to follow you, but give me the strength to be faithful in whatever way you call me † Amen

Loving Lord

give me the courage and generosity to put other people's needs before my own † Amen

Lord

remind me that you are always beside me as I complete the ordinary tasks of my day † Amen

Lord

grant that I may be free from greed and selfishness † Amen

Lord

help me to seek your presence in the people I meet † Amen

Lord

help me to slow down and enjoy the beauty of the world † Amen

St Walburga's
*opening times subject to change
Fri and Sat Mass Times w/c 02.05.21

Mass Times w/c Sun 09.05.21
*Remember to book for the Vigil and Sunday Mass
and ASCENSION OF THE LORD MASS
Sunday 9.15am Mass
Monday 12pm
Tuesday 9am
Wednesday 10am
Thursday 8am ASCENSION OF THE LORD MASS
Friday 9am
Saturday 10am
5:45pm (Vigil)
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday cancelled
Only available by appointment with a Priest
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
1hr Before weekday Masses and Saturday morning

St Aidan's
*opening times subject to change
Fri and Sat Mass Times w/c 02.05.21

Mass Times w/c Sun 09.05.21
*Remember to book for the Sunday Mass
and ASCENSION OF THE LORD MASS
Sunday 11am Mass
Monday none
Tuesday 7pm
Wednesday none
Thursday 7pm ASCENSION OF THE LORD MASS
Friday 12pm
Saturday none
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Tuesday cancelled
Only available by appointment with a Priest
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
Monday to Friday except Tuesday cancelled
Tuesday 6:30pm

Whoever drinks of the water that I will give him will never thirst again; but the water that I will give him will become in him a well of water springing up to eternal life
John 4.14

St Walburga's

St Aidan's

Parish Priest:
Fr Keiron Walker

Parish Administrator:
Nick Connor

Diocese Of Leeds

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St. Walburga's

Mass Times w/c Sun 02.05.21

Friday 9am
Saturday 10am
5.45pm (Vigil Mass)

NB: See headline scroller for: funerals/weddings/baptisms

St. Aidan's

Mass Times w/c Sun 02.05.21

Friday 12pm
Saturday none

NB: See headline scroller for: funerals/weddings/baptisms

Parish Office

St Walburga’s Presbytery
Kirkgate
SHIPLEY BD18 3LU

01274 583708
office.stteresabenedicta@dioceseofleeds.org.uk

ASCENSION OF THE LORD MASSES
Please book places for these Masses. They can be booked from 6am Monday morning up to 6:45am on Thursday for the 8am Mass at St Walburga's and 4pm on Thursday for the 7pm Mass at St Aidans. The Vigil Mass can be booked up to 4:30pm on Saturday afternnon for the 5:45pm Mass and 8am Sunday morning for both Sunday Masses

Shrines around world link up to pray the Rosary
Can be watchedn on the OUR WORSHIP page at 5pm. View the schedule independent catholic news

HAPPY EARTH DAY EVERYDAY Look after our planet for you for me and for future generations to come, play the animation below and see how you can contribute

PLEASE NOTE! Fr Keiron re-start saying Mass on Friday the 23rd and will be officiating normal weekend Masses.

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  • † Easter Flowers at St Walburga's
 
 
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PLEASE READ CAREFULLY:
After Easter Week, book the Vigil Mass and Sunday Masses in the normal way by clicking on the St Walburga's or St Aidan's button. NB An enquiry is not a booking. A completed booking wil be confirmed by email. If you don't see the confirmation email with details please check you junk/spam folder for it thank you

Pray Stations of the Cross

  • Stations 1.. 7

    Stations 1.. 7

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    • 1st Station of the Cross

      1st Station of the Cross

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      • Jesus is condemned to death
         

        We adore thee, O Christ and we bless you: Because by thy holy cross thou hast redeemed the world.
        We may have been condemned by others. We may have been hurt. We may be lonely. Let us give our pain to God.

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    • 2nd Station of the Cross

      2nd Station of the Cross

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      • Jesus is given his cross
         

        We adore thee, O Christ and we bless you: Because by thy holy cross thou hast redeemed the world.
        The cross we carry may be in the form of sin, illness, pain, despair, loneliness. As Jesus bore his cross, let us be patient with our own crosses.

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    • 3rd Station of the Cross

      3rd Station of the Cross

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      • Jesus falls the first time
         

        We adore thee, O Christ and we bless you: Because by thy holy cross thou hast redeemed the world.
        We give into temptation, falling into sin and moving away from God. Let us repent and ask Jesus for forgiveness.

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    • 4th Station of the Cross

      4th Station of the Cross

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      • Jesus meets His Mother
         

        We adore thee, O Christ and we bless you: Because by thy holy cross thou hast redeemed the world.
        Let Mother Mary be our strength and our comfort as we ask her to intercede for us during our earthly journey.

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    • 5th Station of the Cross

      5th Station of the Cross

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      • Simon of Cyrene carries the cross
         

        We adore thee, O Christ and we bless you: Because by thy holy cross thou hast redeemed the world.
        We thank Jesus, who, when our cross becomes too heavy to bear, sends someone into our lives to help us and give us hope.

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    • 6th Station of the Cross

      6th Station of the Cross

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      • Veronica wipes the face of Jesus
         

        We adore thee, O Christ and we bless you: Because by thy holy cross thou hast redeemed the world.
        We pray for friends and family members who have comforted us during times of pain helping to restore our faith.

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    • 7th Station of the Cross

      7th Station of the Cross

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      • Jesus falls the second time
         

        We adore thee, O Christ and we bless you: Because by thy holy cross thou hast redeemed the world.
        After repenting our sins we often stumble and fall into sin once again. Let us surrender our hearts to God in true and lasting repentance.

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  • Stations 8..14

    Stations 8..14

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    • 8th Station of the Cross

      8th Station of the Cross

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      • Jesus meets the daughters of Jerusalem
         

        We adore thee, O Christ and we bless you: Because by thy holy cross thou hast redeemed the world.
        May we show compassion and mercy to all people, reaching out to them with open hearts.

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    • 9th Station of the Cross

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      • Jesus falls the third time
         

        We adore thee, O Christ and we bless you: Because by thy holy cross thou hast redeemed the world.
        May God forgive us for falling into sin yet again We ask Jesus for the strength to fight temptation through fasting, prayer, and charity.

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    • 10th Station of the Cross

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      • Jesus is stripped of His garments
         

        We adore thee, O Christ and we bless you: Because by thy holy cross thou hast redeemed the world.
        We all have had moments of deep shame in our lives, things we would rather forget. Let us surrender these painful memories to Jesus, asking him to heal our wounded souls.

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    • 11th Station of the Cross

      11th Station of the Cross

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      • Jesus is nailed to the cross
         

        We adore thee, O Christ and we bless you: Because by thy holy cross thou hast redeemed the world.
        Let our sins be nailed to the cross so we can begin a new life with Jesus, bearing our sorrows patiently and embracing life.

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    • 12th Station of the Cross

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      • Jesus dies on the cross
         

        We adore thee, O Christ and we bless you: Because by thy holy cross thou hast redeemed the world.
        May our sinful selves die on the cross with Jesus so that we may henceforth avoid temptation and refrain from sin.

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    • 13th Station of the Cross

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      • Jesus' body is removed from the cross
         

        We adore thee, O Christ and we bless you: Because by thy holy cross thou hast redeemed the world.
        Jesus you are the source of our hope because you died for us and purchased our redemption.

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    • 14th Station of the Cross

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      • Jesus is laid in the tomb and covered in incense
         

        We adore thee, O Christ and we bless you: Because by thy holy cross thou hast redeemed the world.
        We embrace life with joy and ask God to grant us the grace of a peaceful death and the sure hope of eternal life.

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    At the cross her station keeping
    Stood the mourful Mother weeping
    Close to Jesus to the last

COMING SOON! A Timeline of the Stations of the Cross video play clips which can be selected individually

Sunday Mass on video
If you missed the live streamed Sunday morning 9.15 am Mass at St Walburga's or want to view it again you can watch it on the Parish Website in the OUR WORSHIP (home) page or on the Parish YouTube channel.
Previous live streamed Sunday Masses can be watched on the NEWS & EVENTS page in the Past live streams section of the page or on the Parish YouTube channel.

Sunday Angelus video
The live streamed Vatican Media broadcast of the Sunday 12 noon (Rome time) Angelus from St Peters Square can be watched on the Parish Website in the OUR WORSHIP (home) page.
If you miss the live streamed broadcast of the Sunday Angelus it can be watched later on the NEWS & EVENTS page next to the Angelus Archive section.

St Peters Square live stream
Note*Sound muted by default. To play the sound un-mute the video but don't forget to mute the sound before playing the Mass video. Otherwise both the St Peters Square live stream and the Mass video sound will play together.

Mass live stream
Note*Live feed during Mass can only be viewed on the Parish YouTube Channel (link available by clicking on church picture). Shortly after the live recording is finished, the video will be embedded here on the Webpage and can be viewed until shortly before the next live video (Sunday week) . All previous videos can be accessed in the archive Past live streams section below or on the YouTube Channel

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