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Welcome to our Parish website.  St Osburg’s is also known as ‘The Most Holy Sacrament and St Osburg’ and has been the Mother church of Coventry since 1807.

St. Osburg’s Church is open for Public Masses and Confessions: Those who
would like to come for the Masses should book by calling or sending text messages to the Parish Priest. The Sunday obligation is still suspended, please choose any day in the week to come for Mass. All who come for Mass must wear face masks, it is compulsory.

Collecting Contact Details: All those who come to church are required to give their names and phone numbers for NHS track and trace, it is government directive. They  will be kept safely by the Parish Priest.

Mass and Confessions programme at St. Osburg’s Church: From 11th July,
please follow the programme below:
Saturday @ 5.30pm Public Mass
Sunday @ 11.30am Public Mass
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday @ 12.10pm Public Mass
Monday to Friday @ 12.10pmLivestreamed Mass.
Saturday @ 11.45am Livestreamed Mass
Monday and Thursday @ 12:45pm -1:30pm Confessions

Time: On the day of public Masses, the church opens at 11:30am, Sunday at
11am and Saturday 5pm. Please note the time. Confessions’ days at 12:45pm

Fr Pontious, Parish Priest.

This weeks newsletter  link

Livestream Join us online at: link

Our daily schedule:

Saturday: 11:45am, 05:30pm
Sunday:  11.30am
Monday: 12:10pm
Tuesday: 12.10pm
Wednesday: 12.10pm
Thursday: 12:10pm
Friday: 12:10pm

Follow the daily Readings at Mass:  https://universalis.com/mass.htm or https://www.alivepublishing.co.uk/daily-mass-readings/

Make an Act of Spiritual Communion –  This can be done whilst you watch a live stream of Mass by saying the following prayer:

“My Jesus, I believe that You are present in the Most Holy Sacrament.
I love You above all things, and I desire to receive You into my soul.
Since I cannot at this moment receive You sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You. Never permit me to be separated from You.”

List of Live Streaming Church’s in Archdiocese of Birmingham link

History of St Osburg’s 1845-2007 link based on ‘A Centenary memorial of St Osburg’s Coventry 1845-1945 by DOM Sebastian Simpson O.S.B ‘ link plus some updates.