The Catholic parishes of Burnham-on-Crouch and Maldon are growing communities with churches in both towns - St Cuthbert's and the Assumption of Our Lady.  The parish areas also include Little Totham, Great Totham, Wickham Bishops, Woodham Walter, Goldhanger, Osea Island, Heybridge, Mundon, Latchingdon, Mayland, Southminster, Althorne, Tillingham and Bradwell-on-Sea

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Catholic Parishes of

Burnham-on-Crouch and Maldon

Sunday Mass Times

Maldon

Saturday Confessions 4pm

Saturday Vigil Mass 5pm

Sunday Mass 9am

Weekday Mass times see Newsletter

 

Burnham

Sunday Confessions 11am

Sunday Mass 11.30am

Weekday Mass times See Newsletter

 

 

Contact Us

Father Mark Reilly

Assumption of Our Lady Catholic Church

60a Victoria Road

Maldon

Essex

CM9 5HF

 

Tel: 01621 852259

Email : maldon@dioceseofbrentwood.org

 

 

 

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Alpha

 

The Spring Term Alpha is now well underway.

Our next Alpha Course is planned for the Autumn .

 

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Excerpt from Pope Francis ‘Urbi et Orbi’ message

on Easter Sunday

 

‘Today the Church renews the proclamation made by the first disciples: “Jesus is risen!” And from mouth to mouth, from heart to heart, there resounds a call to praise: “Alleluia, Alleluia!” On this morning of Easter, the perennial youth of the Church and of humanity as a whole, I would like to address each of you in the opening words of my recent Apostolic Exhortation

devoted especially to young people:

"Christ is alive! He is our hope, and in a wonderful way, he brings youth to our world. Everything he touches becomes young, new, full of life. The very first words, then, that I would

like to say to every young Christian are these: Christ is alive and he wants you to be alive! He is in you, he is with you and he never abandons you. However far you may wander, he is always

there, the Risen One. He calls you and he waits for you to return to him and start over again. When you feel you are growing old out of sorrow, resentment or fear, doubt or failure, he will

always be there to restore your strength and your hope” (Christus Vivit, 1-2).

Dear brothers and sisters, this message is also addressed to every person in the world. The resurrection of Christ is the principle of new life for every man and every woman, for

true renewal always begins from the heart, from the conscience. Yet Easter is also the beginning of the new world, set free from the slavery of sin and death: the world open at last to the

Kingdom of God, a Kingdom of love, peace and fraternity.’