The Parish of St Julians is in the Diocese of Monmouth and in the East Newport Ministry Area
Please note: The required restrictions around managing the COVID-19 pandemic mean that our usual cycle of public worship shown below is amended and is subject to change at short notice. However, Sung Mass is always livestreamed from church every Sunday at 10am. Please see our Facebook page for the latest information.
Mon 9.30am Mass
Other Sunday Services
Please consult the news posts on the home page for details of Sunday Evening Worship and any other ad-hoc services. Advent, Lent, Easter and Christmas services will be separately detailed on this website (look for links on the home page or main menu).
Other Weekday Services
The Angelus or Regina Coeli is rung daily at 9am and 6pm.
The Mass (or a Liturgy of the Word with Holy Communion) is celebrated daily except Tuesdays at 9.30am (7pm on Thursdays).
We pray the Rosary on one Saturday each Month at 9am before 9.30am Mass (consult weekly list for details)
We pray the Jesus Prayer on one Wednesday of the Month at 9am (consult weekly list for details)
Visiting the Church
With services held almost every day of the week, the best way to experience SS Julius and Aaron is at one of our acts of worship. However, the Church is generally open on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 08:45-12:30hrs and you are welcome to call in for some space for prayer, reflection and stillness.
The Baptism (Christening) of Adults and Children is held on certain Sundays of the year at 12.30pm by arrangement with Fr David.
The Holy Communion of those unable to come to Church. The Blessed Sacrament is perpetually reserved and Holy Communion can be received at home by arrangement with Fr David.
Sacraments of Healing: The Holy Oils are reserved in Church for Anointing the Sick – please contact Fr David.
Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) is celebrated liturgically in Advent and Lent and is available on Saturdays Noon-1pm and by appointment with Fr David.
Please notify Fr David of illness at home or in hospital.