ST COLUMBA’S TO REOPEN AGAIN ON THURSDAY (DECEMBER 3): COME AND CELEBRATE DAILY MASS

WELCOME TO ST. COLUMBA'S
CATHOLIC CHURCH, SELSDON

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A WARM WELCOME TO ST. COLUMBA'S WHICH REOPENS AGAIN ON THURSDAY (DECEMBER 3)

Welcome to the website of our parish – St Columba’s in Selsdon, Croydon. I hope you find this website informative and engaging and an incentive, after the coronavirus epidemic has ended, to visit our church.

Good news! St Columba’s reopens again on Thursday (December 3). Come and celebrate daily Mass to mark the start of Advent. Mass times are as they were before the lockdown: 10am every day except Saturday plus 6.30pm on Saturday and 8am and 6.30pm onSunday. All Masses are live-streamed on YouTube: click on the link here:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYVyZ2Xpfs0NiuU3bxAjsCQ/live

Weekly Tuesday Adoration in front of the exposed Blessed Sacrament (also live streamed on YouTube) will resume on December 8.

As soon as there is news of further developments it will appear on this website, which is regularly updated. (See item below.)

Our newsletter (latest issue: November 29) will bring you up to date in more detail with what is happening here and elsewhere in the diocese. Click on ‘News & Events’ above.

Please Contact us if you have any questions or concerns or need any help. Once we get back to normal after the coronavirus pandemic, you will be made very welcome if you visit: please make yourself known to me or Deacon Philip at Mass.

Father Roy Tablizo
ST. COLUMBA'S PRESBYTERY
37, QUEENHILL ROAD
SELSDON, SOUTH CROYDON
SURREY CR2 8DW
Telephone:
020 8657 3747

Mass times:

SUNDAY: vigil Mass 6.30pm Saturday, Sunday - 8am, 10am & 6.30pm. All Masses are live-streamed online via YouTube (see link above)
WEEKDAYS: 10am every day except Saturday (live streamed online via YouTube - see link above)

Sacrament of the Sick/Anointing:

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Confession:

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Jesus looked at them and said, ‘With man it is impossible, but not with God. For all things are possible with God'.