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✆ 01793 297 256  ✉ swindon.holyfamily@cliftondiocese.com

MASS TIMES:

Saturday       9.00 am

                       4.00 pm (Portuguese Mass)

                       6.30 pm

Sunday          9.00 am

Tuesday        6.00 pm

Wednesday   9.00 am

Thursday       9.00 am

Friday             9.00 am

                        5.00 pm (Adoration)

                        6.00 pm

Sunday           3.30 pm (Malayalam Mass - 2nd Sunday of every Month)

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ABOUT US

Welcome to the Holy Family Catholic Church, Swindon!

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Fr. Isidore Nnam Di Obi

Meet our Parish Priest.

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JOIN HOLY FAMILY

Welcome to Holy Family Church! We’re glad you want to become a part of this Parish.

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NEWS & EVENTS

With the continued health of our community as our top priority

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PARISH OFFICE

We hope you have been able to find all the information about the parish..

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SAFEGUARDING

Holy Family Catholic Church is committed to Safeguarding.. 

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THE SACRAMENTS

The sacraments were instituted by Christ and were part of the Tradition..

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PHOTO GALLERY

Enjoy the photos of our church and events in our parish.

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COVID-19 RESPONSE

We appreciate everyone’s cooperation with this guidance as we move to practice social distancing..

 
THIRTIETH SUNDAY IN
ORDINARY TIME 

The Greatest Commandment

Gospel

Matthew  22: 34-40

MASS INTENTION REQUESTS

Have a Mass offered for a particular person living or deceased or a special need.

The Angel Gabriel Appears to Mary

The Angel Gabriel Appears to Mary

Mary Visits Elisabeth

Mary Visits Elisabeth

The Angel Gabriel Appears to Joseph

The Angel Gabriel Appears to Joseph

Mary-and-Joseph

Mary-and-Joseph

Jesus Christ Is Born

Jesus Christ Is Born

Wise Men Find Christ and Give Gifts

Wise Men Find Christ and Give Gifts

Palm Sunday

Palm Sunday

Jesus Washes His Disciples’ Feet

Jesus Washes His Disciples’ Feet

Maundy Thursday

Maundy Thursday

Crucifixion of Jesus Christ

Crucifixion of Jesus Christ

Jesus is taken down from the Cross and given to his Mother

Jesus is taken down from the Cross and given to his Mother

Resurrection of our Lord Jesus

Resurrection of our Lord Jesus

Pope Francis participates in an International Prayer Meeting for Peace, in the presence of leaders of various Christian denominations, and urges everyone to follow Jesus's example of self-giving love in order to spread peace. “At the supreme moment of His sufferings and love, many of those present cruelly taunted Him with the words: 'Save yourself!' (Mk 15:30)." Pope Francis explained that the “great temptation” to think of “only saving ourselves and our own circle” is one that spares no one, “including us Christians”. Though it is a very human instinct, he continued, it is “wrong”. It was the "final temptation of the crucified God," Pope said. Jesus, however, allowed Himself to be crucified, “in order to teach us to not shift evil to others,” said the Pope. The chief priests accused Him precisely because of what He had done for others: “He saved others and cannot save Himself!” Finally, Pope Francis prayed God might grant us the grace to be more united and fraternal.

 
 

Contact Us

Parish Priest

Fr Isidore Nnam Di Obi

Telephone

+44 1793 297256

 

Email 

swindon.holyfamily@cliftondiocese.com

isidore.obi@cliftondiocese.com

 

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Holy Family Catholic Church

Marlowe Avenue, Park North

Swindon, SN3 2PT

Phone:+44 1793 297 256

Email: swindon.holyfamily@cliftondiocese.com

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Crucifixion of Jesus Christ

From noon until three in the afternoon darkness came over all the land. 46 About three in the afternoon Jesus cried out in a loud voice, “Eli, Eli,[a] lema sabachthani?” (which means “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?”)