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Masses suspended and all Catholic churches closed across Britain


In compliance With Government Instructions as from 23rd March 2020, the Bishop has, with sadness, asked that our church buildings be closed with immediate effect until further notice.  Father Neil will continue to say Mass in private, praying particularly for the needs of the Parish and all affected by the situation we find ourselves in.

But remember, if you require a priest IN AN EMERGENCY you should contact the Presbytery in the usual manner. In compliance with government guidelines, priests will only be able to physically attend the most serious of cases that involve ‘danger of death’. If you wish to speak to a priest about a non-emergency pastoral case, you are welcome to telephone or email me.

Funerals will now only take place at the crematorium, if allowed, or at the graveside. Clearly, this is a sensitive area which may affect any of our parishioners and the Church seeks to treat with tremendous understanding and compassion anyone who is felled by grief. Should it be necessary to hold a small graveside funeral or even no funeral at all due to the restrictions, the Bishop will make special provision for us to hold a funeral or memorial service at a later date.


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Let us join spiritually with one another and with the Church Universal.  Let us call upon the Church triumphant.  The saints and angels to pray with and for us.

May the good Lord, the Eternal Physician,

Strecth out His healing and grace.

May He strengthen the weary, protect those in danger, give peace to the anxious and aid the efforts of us all at this time of need.

May Our Lady of Walsingham,

Mother of the Church protect her Dowry.

May St Joseph, protector of the Holy Church, pray for us.

May all the Angels and Saints of England and Wales interced for us.

Fr. Neil Byrne

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Useful Links


Whether you are looking to join our church family on a regular basis, or are enquiring about becoming part of the church for a special event, such as a wedding or a baptism, these pages should give you all that you need to know.

Christ the King Catholic Church, Bramley and Holy Family Catholic Church, Armley are both parishes that are part of the Diocese of Leeds.

Christmas Mass Times

Holy Family Church

Christmas Eve: 4pm Carols led by pupils from Holy Family School
Christmas Eve: Vigil Mass at 4:30pm
Christmas Day: 9:30am.

Christ the King Church

Christmas Eve: 6pm Carols followed by Mass at 6:30pm
Christmas Day 11am

First Reconciliation (Confession)

First Holy Communion 2019/2020

Weekly Bulletin

Sacrament of Reconciliation

By appointment with Fr Neil

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament

Christ The King
Monday to Friday – 8.45am – 9.15am (except July & August

Mass Times

Christ The King

Saturday (Vigil) – 6pm
Sunday – 11am

Weekdays – See bulletin

Holy Family

Sunday – 9.30am

Weekdays – See bulletin


Christ The King
Friday – 9.00am