Lent activities in Oxford Stations of the Cross, 5.15 pm each Friday in Lent (except Good Friday), Blackfriars (64 St Giles) meditations by a student friar on different stations. All welcome. Mass 6.15 pm. Enlighten your Lent : Come and join us for an hour of praise,...
Looking through Lent to Easter: NT Wright, former Bishop of Durham: “Christ is Risen from the Dead, the First Fruits of Those who have Died”, conference to Italian Catholic Bishops’ Conference (with link to article)....
Lenten blog: http://sedaily.wordpress.com/ This daily Spiritual Exercises blog seeks to present meditations in the spirit of Saint Ignatius Loyola. It is written by a group of Jesuits from across the United States interested in offering Ignatian Spirituality to those...
In Campion Hall there is a painting of Christ at the pillar waiting to be scourged. It is by Il Vecchio and dates from around 1500. About a third of the canvas is taken up by his body; he is stripped to the waist and, in keeping with the classical revival of the late...
Holiday Accommodation Oxford City Centre
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Oxford University Catholic Chaplaincy
The Oxford University Catholic Chaplaincy is situated off St Aldate's in Rose Place.
Do drop by and meet the Chaplaincy Team
Fr Matthew Power SJ, Fr Keith McMilan SJ, Fr Nick King SJ, Fr Ian Tomlinson SJ, and Becky Short
Catholic Chaplaincy Mass Times
Chapel of St Thomas More
Sunday Mass 9am, 11am (sung), 5.45pm, 9pm (Sunday evening Masses 0th-8th week only – until and including Sun 26 Nov)
Weekday Mass 12.15pm Mon-Sat, Mass in Colleges for University members (see details inside Term Card and on weekly newsletter)
Sacrament of Reconciliation Sat 11.15–12noon Sun 10.15–10.45am & on request