Sunday 9.30am Mass is Livestreamed on the YouTube channel www.youtube.com/c/RomfordRC. It is then available forever – watch and pray at the most helpful time of day for you.
The direct link to Mass for the Third Sunday in Lent, 7th March, 9.30am: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FoNxIOa1gUA
Throughout Lent (from Friday 19th February, 7pm) there are Stations of the Cross recorded at St Edwards to use for reflection and prayer at home. The first set of Stations use reflections inspired by the Coronavirus Pandemic. The direct link is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HaIBxHYoiRs
The second set of Stations (available from Friday 26th February) include reflections written by the Franciscan Sisters of the Renewal. The direct link is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzhOHvWbOSQ
There is more information about all the Lenten opportunities in the parish – including a booklet to accompany the Stations of the Cross – on the dedicated Lent and Easter page (click here)
The direct link to the parish YouTube channel, which has every Sunday Mass since 16th August, is https://www.youtube.com/c/romfordrc.
The live Mass on a Sunday is at 9.30am, and you can watch then or at any time after that. If you subscribe to the channel (which is free) you’ll get a reminder a few minutes before Mass.
Please share this information; especially if you know someone who is shielding or vulnerable, ill or unable to leave their home for any reason: the Livestream is for them. It may even be that you can help a neighbour who has not used YouTube before – how wonderful to help someone else to be able to watch and pray the Mass.
You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter
For Facebook, the direct link to our page is https://www.facebook.com/RomfordRC or just search RomfordRC to find us. Like the page, to keep up to date with everything. On Twitter we are @RomfordRC – follow us to get news of the parish, and also fresh news and insights from many Catholic and local sites that we follow.
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