Our Lady and Saint Brigid's, Northfield is a parish which is part of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Birmingham, UK. It is a medium sized parish with a current (29/03/2016) weekend Mass attendance of around 500. In recent months the parish has been working in partnership with the parish of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour in Rubery/Rednal, Birmingham and the parish of Saint John Fisher in West Heath, Birmingham. Wiithin the boundaries of our parish are two convents - the Convent of the Sisters of Charity of St. Paul (SP) and the Convent of the Sisters of Our Lady of Charity (OLC).

 

Our Parish Priest is Father Cecil Theodore Rogerson MA. Since the beginning of 2018 he has been parish priest of both this parish and the St. John Fisher parish, next door in West Heath

 

The parish is situated on the South Western edge of the city of Birmingham, about a mile from the Lickey Hills, and is about 6.5 miles from the city centre.

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Our Lady and Saint Brigid R C Church,

Northfield, Birmingham

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WEB STREAMING OF OUR MASS

 

Installation of the webstreaming camera is due to take place at the end of September or in early October 2019. This is entirely due to the enormous generosity of those who have pledged their financial support.

 

PLEASE NOTE: Gift Aid envelopes will be available on the weekend of 5th/6th October and they are to be returned, please, on or before the weekend of 19th/20th October 2019

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Weekend Mass Provision

 

Saturdays 17.30 (5.30pm)

at Our Lady and St Brigid, B31 5AB

 

Sundays  09.00 (9.00 am)

at Our Lady and St Brigid, B31 5AB

 

Sundays 10.30 (10.30 am)

at St John Fisher, B31 3QT

 

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This is where our parish web stream will be located from around the end of October 2019.