In line with the government advice of 23rd March the Church building will no longer be open, and will remain closed until further notice.
Masses will continue to be said in private by the Parish Clergy for the scheduled Mass intentions, and new Mass intentions can still be made on request.
In case of urgent need due to illness, whether Coronavirus-related or otherwise please get in touch with the Parish Office by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or phoning 01865 762 964.
If you or someone you know in the parish is self-isolating and is in need of any support, such as help with shopping or a chat on the phone, please get in touch with the Parish Office by emailing email@example.com, or phoning 01865 762 964.
It is anticipated that Corpus Christi Parish in Headington will continue to be live streaming weekday and Sunday Mass without a congregation, and more details can be found at https://corpuschristiheadington.co.uk.
The Forms for the Sacraments of Confirmation and First Holy Communion
for the Year 2019/2020 are at the back of the church for parents to pick up and
complete for their children. All completed forms should then be returned to the
Parish Office on or before the 30th September 2019.
After many years of running the repository (shop), Veronica Hanlon has decided to step down from this duty. Fr Pius would like to thank her for the tremendous service that she has provided to the parish and he is now looking for one or two people to take over the shop on Sundays (Caroline Gordon-Duff will continue to run it at the Vigil Mass). If no volunteers come forward then sadly it will have to close. For further information please contact either Fr Pius or Veronica. Mass cards are always available for purchase from the sacristy.
In an effort to involve more children in the liturgy, we will try to have a Children’s Music Group for the Family Mass (last Sunday of each month). Any child would be welcome who plays an instrument (any standard) and/or likes singing. If your child is interested, please contact Lydia Vella firstname.lastname@example.org
Fr Vincent Omokpakpo Msp, will be joining us in the Parish this week. He is a Priest of the Missionary Society of St Paul of Nigeria. He is to take up the full responsibility as an Assistant Parish Priest. He will be joining the Chaplaincy team in the John Radcliffe Hospital. We welcome him and wish him a happy stay in our Parish.
Sick List Notice: If your name or the name of a friend/relative is on the parish list of prayers for those who are sick, and would like the name to remain on the list, would you please print and then complete a copy of the Sick List Form which can be found here: Sick List Form 2018 . The completed form should be handed to the parish priest or delivered to the parish office please.
We need to make sure that you or your friend or family member has consented to their name being on the list. This is because the list can be seen by a lot of people, as it is available for anyone to pickup in the church and is also published on the internet through the parish website. In a couple of weeks’ time, the list will be restarted with the names of all for whom the parish have consent. This is necessary to make sure the church take proper care of your information and complies with current data protection law.
Sick list and Mass Intention FAQ for GDPR
To request a home visit from a priest, either ring the presbytery (01865 762964), or email the parish office (email@example.com). If you are sick or unable to get to Mass and would like to receive Holy Communion from a Eucharistic Minister, contact the presbytery or email firstname.lastname@example.org.