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Christmas 2023

A Happy Christmas to you

The Christmas Season continues until 8th January.


Fr Rob and Deacon Craig wish all our parishioners, friends and visitors to our website every blessing for Christmas and the new year.

Please join us in Aldershot Catholic Community as we celebrate the Nativity of Our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ.

St Joseph's church reopened on Sunday 24th December after several months of closure - please see below for the times and locations of our Masses for the rest of the Christmas season.


SUNDAY MASS: The Holy Family

Saturday 30th December: 5.30pm at St Mary's

Sunday 31st December: 9am at St Joseph's

Sunday 31st December: 10.30am at St Joseph's


Weekday Mass

Monday 1st January: 9.30am at St Mary's

Tuesday 2nd January: 9.30am at St Joseph's

Wednesday 3rd January:  9.30am at St Mary's

Thursday 4th January: 9.30am at St Joseph's

(No Mass on Friday 5th January)



Monday - Thursday at 9am before Mass


Holy Hour with Adoration and Rosary

Wednesday at 7pm at St Mary's


Eucharistic Adoration

Thursday 10am-12 Noon at St Joseph's


SUNDAY MASS: The Epiphany of the Lord

Saturday 6th January: 5.30pm at St Mary's

Sunday 7th January: 9am at St Joseph's

Sunday 7th January: 10.30am at St Joseph's


Holy Hour for Vocations

Sunday 7th January: 3.30pm at St Joseph's


Christmas offerings for your Parish Priest

Traditionally the Christmas and Easter Collections are given to the Parish Priest as part of his income to live on during the year. This Christmas is our opportunity to say thank you to Fr Rob for all his amazing efforts in our parish in his first few months here, for his care for us pastorally and spiritually and for helping us towards a better future. You can make your offering here.




After a longer than expected period of closure, Sunday Mass has now resumed at St  Joseph's church at 9am and 10.30am. Please make sure you check the newsletter for which Masses are celebrated in which church!


Thank you for your patience and understanding during the unexpected closure whilst discussions have been ongoing with the Diocese to get us to this point. This is just the starting point to get the church reopened, so much fundraising and prayer is still required. Thank you for your support. Please visit our donate page if you can help us with this.

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