Anglican Catholic Church

Material for use during the COVID 19 epidemic

During the time of the COVID 19 epidemic and in accordance with the requirements of the British Government, our Parishes and Missions had to remain closed for the good of all and for the foreseeable future. Nonetheless, we still provided opportunities for all to engage with worship with us. Please do use the links below to find material to aid you in making Spiritual Communion, reflect on the liturgy, and offer your sacrifice of prayer and praises to Almighty God.

Please do contact us if we can be of any help to you and be assured of our continued prayers at this time.

The latest information regarding Places of Worship from the Government may be found in the link below:

Click here for latest Government Guidance on Churches

Managing your mental health during COVID19
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and its negative impact on mental health, here is a useful guide which includes tips and strategies to help individuals who may be suffering at this time.

You may find it useful to access this .pdf file of the Diocesan Mass booklet which is used in the pro-Cathedral

The Stations of the Cross
Bishop Damien Mead invites you from his domestic chapel of St Nicholas of Myra to pray the Stations of the Cross with him.

The Litany from the Book of Common Prayer
Led by Fr Gareth Parry of the Mission of the Good Shepherd and St Tudwal, Conwy, North Wales

The Angelus
Led by Bishop Damien Mead at the Pro-Cathedral of St Augustine of Canterbury, Painters Forstal

Advent Sunday

Low Mass at the Pro-Cathedral parish of St Augustine of Canterbury, Painters Forstal
Celebrant: Bishop Damien Mead Preacher: The Venerable Raymond Thompson

Sermon for Advent I
preached by Fr Jonathan Munn OblOSB

Sunday next before Advent (commem. St Cecilia)

Sermon for the Sunday next before Advent
preached by Fr Jonathan Munn. This has a little musical celebration of St Cecilia's Day

Trinity XXIII

Managing your mental health during COVID19
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and its negative impact on mental health, here is a useful guide which includes tips and strategies to help individuals who may be suffering at this time.

Sermon for Evensong for Trinity XXIII
preached by Fr Jonathan Munn OblOSB

Trinity XXII (Remembrance Sunday)

Mass at the Pro-Cathedral of St Augustine with Act of Remembrance
Celebrant: the Rt Rev Dr Damien Mead

Sermon for Evensong for Trinity XXII
Preached by Fr Jonathan Munn OblOSB