Christmas Mass times for churches in the New Forest Pastoral Area

Saturday

23rd December

 

 

Sunday

24th December

4th SUNDAY OF ADVENT

 

Sunday

25th December

CHRISTMAS EVE-

1st Mass of Christmas

Monday

25th December

CHRISTMAS DAY

 

Tuesday

26th December

ST STEPHEN’S DAY

6pm Mass

Our Lady of Mercy & St Joseph 

LYMINGTON

9am Mass

St Francis-

MILFORD ON SEA

5pm Mass for the children

OLSJ

LYMINGTON

9 am Mass

Our Lady of the Assumption & St Edward

LYNDHURST

 

 

9am Mass

St Bernard’s

HOLBURY

6.30 pm Carols

7pm Mass

Our Lady of the Assumption & St Edward

LYNDHURST

9 am Mass

St Francis

MILFORD ON SEA

 

 

10am Mass

St Anne’s

BROCKENHURST

7.15 pm Carols

8pm Mass

Our Lady of Lourdes,

NEW MILTON

10am Mass

St Anne’s

BROCKENHURST

10 am Mass

OLSJ

LYMINGTON

 

10am Mass

Our Lady of Lourdes,

NEW MILTON

7.30 pm Carols

8pm Mass

St Michael’s

HYTHE

10 am Mass

St. Bernard’s

HOLBURY

10 am Mass

St Teresa’s,

TOTTON

 

10.30am Mass

Our Lady of Mercy & St Joseph 

LYMINGTON

8 pm Carols

8.30 pm Mass

Our Lady of Mercy & St Joseph 

LYMINGTON

10 am Mass

Our Lady of Lourdes,

NEW MILTON

 

 

11am Mass

St Michael’s,

HYTHE

8 pm Carols

8.30 pm Mass

St Teresa’s.

TOTTON

10.30 am Mass

OLSJ

LYMINGTON

 

 

 

 

10.30am Mass

St Teresa’s,

TOTTON

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                             Lymington  

                                             Milford on Sea                                                                                 New Milton       

                                             Totton           

                                             Waterside

 

 

Pope Francis

   

 The Pope Tweets        @Pontifex        9th  December

We must fight corruption with determination.

It is an evil based on the worship of money and it offends human dignity.

 

Pope Francis’s Prayer Intention for December 2017

As we get older we can begin to feel invisible.

Younger generations begin to be dismissive of us or even patronise us.

It might be true that our brain function slows down a little as we get older, but we still have a wealth of experience that the younger generations have not got.

This month Pope Francis invites us to join in his prayer intention for December “…That the elderly, sustained by families and Christian communities, may apply their wisdom and experience to spreading the faith and forming the new generations.”