WELCOME to parishioners, friends and visitors to the website of the Scarborough Parishes of St Peter, St Joseph & Edward the Confessor. Sadly, our churches are temporarily closed to the public in accordance with Government COVID-19 Directives. All Masses and devotions are Live Stream only – no public present (scroll down).
REOPENING OF CHURCHES : Click HERE to find out the most up to date information on this matter
READINGS AT MASS: Click HERE for daily readings, or for readings from the Divine Office (including Morning and Evening prayer)
MASS TIMES IN SCARBOROUGH [All Live Stream]
(Go to our LINKS page for information on other Live Masses in our diocese, country and elsewhere in the world)
Saturdays (Vigil) – 5.30pm
Sundays – 11.30am
Mondays – 10am
Tuesdays – 10am (9am on 2 June)
Wednesdays – 10am
Thursdays – 10am
Fridays – 10am
Saturdays – 10am
VIRTUAL LOURDES PILGRIMAGE
to join our diocesan
virtual pilgrimage to Lourdes
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION (Confession) To find out how to make your Confession during the Coronavirus lock-down, click HERE.
EXPOSITION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT
Live Stream daily 11.15am to 12.15 pm (except Sundays) from St Peter’s – (note: 8.30am on Tuesday 2 June and 9am on Friday 5 June)
STATIONS OF THE CROSS devotion is suspended during Easter-tide. A worthy alternative which you can say at home in the Via Lucis (Way of the Light – sometimes known as Stations of the Resurrection). Click HERE for the devotion (made available on the Catholic News Agency website)
ROSARY 2pm Monday to Friday (Live Stream) – note, no Rosary on Tuesday 2 June – Rosary at 9.45am on Friday 5 June
POPE FRANCIS’ MONTHLY PRAYER INTENTIONS 2020 Click HERE to go to the official website, Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network and click “Pope’s Intentions” on the top menu.
YORK MYSTERY PLAYS
YORK MYSTERY PLAYS from York Theatre Royal are coming soon, Sun 7 June – Sun 28 June. Details on how to listen to the performances will be detailed nearer the time at https://www.yorktheatreroyal.co.uk/…/the-york-radio-myster…/
The Plays consist of a selection of biblical stories which are drawn together into a piece of theatre. They are performed by a mix of community actors with a few professionals. The plays date back to the 1500s and the modern day tradition of performing them was resurrected in the 1950s.
The audio versions of the Mystery Plays will include four plays in four instalments – they are Adam & Eve, The Flood part 1, The Flood part 2 and Moses & Pharaoh.