Our Lady and St Joseph
SHERINGHAM and CROMER NORFOLK.
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"Lead, kindly Light... "
Heart speaks unto heart (Cor ad cor loquitor Newman's motto)



Pray for vocations
Mass Times

Sundays
6 pm Cromer (Saturday evening)
9 am Cromer (Sunday morning)
11 am Sheringham

Weekdays
Monday 9 am Sheringham
Tuesday 7 pm Sheringham
Wednesday 9 am Cromer
Thursday 9.30 am Holt
Friday 9 am Cromer
Saturday 9 am Sheringham

Holy Days
9 am Cromer
10.30 am Sheringham

7 pm Sheringham

This pattern may be interrupted by the absence of Father Denys
Funerals, Feast Days, etc

Parish Priest: Father Denys Lloyd
Telephone: 01263 822036
e-mail: ourladyandstjoseph@btinternet.com



Addresses of the two churches which form the Parish:

St Joseph
58 Cromer Road
Sheringham
NR26 8RT
St Joseph (where Presbytery is situated and Father Lloyd is resident) on A149 just to the East (Cromer side) of entrance to Sheringham roundabout: main pedestrian entrance to Church is in Cremers Drift, but car park for Church & Parish Hall is adjacent Sheringham Health Centre.
Public transport: near railway stations and bus stop for most Cromer-Sheringham-Holt bus services
Our Lady of Refuge
147 Overstrand Road
Cromer
NR27 0JH
Our Lady of Refuge is located on the coast road to Overstrand from Cromer town centre. The church is about one mile from the town, on the left and immediately past the Royal Cromer Golf Club. The car park for the church is a few yards beyond the church. Permission to use Golf Club car park on Saturday evenings - but NOT on Sundays!
Served by Holt to North Walsham bus via Mundesley

Sacrament of Reconciliation:
After Saturday morning Mass in Sheringham and between 5 and 5.30 before
Vigil Mass in Cromer on Saturday afternoon


Sheringham Stations of the Cross

General information

Parish events: Liturgical and social during 2014

Newsletter Week beginning 31 August

Previous Newsletter Week beginning 24 August

Recent homilies:
Week 22 (Jeremiah and need for fire within us to battle on): Father Denys

Week 21 (Proclaiming Christ's teaching: "You are Peter"): Father Tim

Week 20 (Evil of anti-Semitism): Father Denys

Week 19 (Feeling low and "Little Faith"): Father Denys

Week 18 (Feeding our bodies, minds & souls): Father Denys

Week 17 (Wisdom of Solomon & Walsingham): Father Timothy Bugby

Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham

Latest Parish Pastoral Council Minutes: March 2014

Index to many past homilies

Creed (to help know by heart)

St. Richard of Chichester's prayer

Please check beforehand.

Sunday Mass times nearby

Regular events

Parish Hall

Choirmaster & Organist please contact:
Jim Laird
or Paul Henriksen who is choir master at Cromer

Organ restoration appeal: please endorse donations as such
Pictures of restored organ

Parish directory 2013

Bishops statement on marriage
Bishop of Portsmouth's letter to PM on "gay marriage"
LINKS to other websites
Vatican Official Website

Newman Friends International

St. Joseph's Shrine, Farnborough

Catholic Church in England & Wales

Catholic Diocese of East Anglia
Duckett Library


Daily Mass & Prayer readings

Our Lady of Walsingham
New website

Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham

Quarr Abbey Monastic Internships

Living Faith

Catholic Faith Exploration (Cafe)

Christian Solidarity Worldwide

Pax Christi

Abbé de Tourville pensées

Priests who served North Norfolk

Parish history

Generous benefactors

Catholic families

Architecture of St Joseph's
Contains image of rose window — appropriate for Lent

St Joseph's Church & Presbytery

Architects

Memorial Gardens

Architectural history of Our Lady of Refuge

One hundred club: including latest winners

Missionary work against AIDS in Uganda

Missionary work latest update
Easter message from Sister Brigid in Uganda

Survive MIVA (transport within missions charity)

Foodbank for Cromer & District

Stable Door Sheringham



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updated 1 September

Canon Walmsley Carter:
first priest at Cromer
then Sheringham

Blessed John Henry Newman

Our Lady of Walsingham
(Our Lady's Cromer)