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To make a donation to the Offertory Collection of St Gianna Beretta Molla, please click here


From the 19th July the limit on the number attending Mass will be lifted.

We are still required to have Track & Trace.

Give your name at the door.

Use the QR code on the NHS App as you enter Church.

Register for Mass below – there are no limits on tickets.

Mask / Face coverings are no longer a requirement – however, they are strongly recommended to help protect you and others.

  • November Dead List

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Many parishioners have had the opportunity to hand in their November Dead List envelopes and there are many who haven’t. If you still wish for your loved ones to be included in the November Dead List during this period of lockdown, you still can.

Please fill out the form and Submit it and then send your stipend online by clicking the button below.

Alternatively you can hand in your envelope at the Presbytery at Christ the King.

Mass will be celebrated at Leeds Cathedral each Sunday which will be live-streamed  at 11am. Mass will also be streamed daily at 10.30am from the Cathedral. Please visit


Recommencement of Masses

It has now been a few weeks since we received permission from the Bishop to restart Masses at Christ the King & Holy Family, although in a limited way. In order to maximise your safety, social distancing is in operation and seating places are clearly marked. Everyone is now required by law to wear a mask and Holy Communion is given under one kind only and exclusively in the hand. The Priest will wear a face covering when distributing Holy Communion. With the introduction of face coverings we are now able to increase the seating capacity in both churches and this is now reflected in the arrangement in both churches and an increase in available booking allocations on the website.

There are stewards on duty to help you and ensure your safety. The Church is cleaned after every Mass. We have made attending Mass as safe as possible, probably safer than visiting the supermarket or eating out.

Unfortunately, people will not be able to just turn up to church for Mass on a Sunday as you did before, because we have to monitor how many people are in church at one time. This is in line with the governments ‘Track & Trace’ system. With this in mind there is a booking system for Sunday Masses. This booking system is by phone and online. There is NO need to book to attend the weekday Masses. Because of the limited numbers at each Mass, we have the booking system in place so that everyone has an equal opportunity to come to Mass.

**NB** There is still NO SUNDAY OBLIGATION so it would be acceptable to make one of the weekday Masses your main Mass, therefore avoiding too many people trying to get in the church on Sunday. I ask that you be considerate to others when a booking a place. Please DO NOT make block bookings in advance. Those of you who are retired/not working. Come to Mass during the week so we can keep Sunday places free for those working and families. This will hopefully avoid turning people away once the limited seating is taken.

I would now like to encourage all our parishioners to think about coming back to Mass. We of course, understand that many of our more elderly parishioners still feel vulnerable and are not yet ready to return. However many more of our parishioners could reasonably think about coming to Mass; watching streamed Masses on TV, PC or tablet is no substitute when the real thing is now available.

To read the ‘Guidelines for the recommencement of Masses’ please click here.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) – Re-opening of churches for the celebration of Mas

25th June 2020 – To read the latest message from the Archbishops,  please click here

Information on the re-opening of Churches for public liturgical worship, please click here

Letter to Parents: First Reconciliation, First Holy Communion & Confirmation

Please download here.


Please download the Parish Census Form here.

Fr. Neil Byrne

Offertory envelopes and standing orders for offerings

For more information and to download a standing order form please...


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 2022

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

Sunday – 11am

Weekdays – See bulletin

Holy Family

Saturday Vigil – 5.30pm

Sunday – 9.30am

Weekdays – See bulletin


Christ The King
Friday – 9.00am