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All are welcome to join the Dominican community for Mass and the Morning and Evening Hours of the Divine Office, which are celebrated publicly every day in the Priory Chapel, situated on the first floor of the priory.


Lauds   7.45am
Mass (said)   8.15am
Dominican Rite Mass (Latin)   9.15am
Conventual Mass (sung) 11.00am
Mass (said)   6.00pm
Vespers   7.00pm


Lauds   7.00am
Conventual Mass (sung)   7.30am
Rosary & Vespers   6.15pm


Lauds   9.00am
Conventual Mass (sung)   9.30am
Litany & Vespers   6.15pm

Holydays of Obligation

Same times as weekdays.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

The evening office of every 1st Friday of the month consists of Solemn Vespers, Adoration & Benediction.


Confession is always available at call, please ring the doorbell.

9 Comments, RSS

  • Good evening, could I ask whether parking is available if I would like to go to confession at your priory. Many thanks.

    • Hi Maria,

      Yes, that’s absolutely fine. You can park just in front of the priory at any time. We have building works at the moment, but there should still be space, and there’s also street parking nearby.

      With prayers and best wishes,

      Br John

  • For the confession during the coronavirus time, do we need to go to the church or we can do by phone?

    • Hi Manuela, thanks for getting in touch. You do need to come in person- that’s because we have a new confessional which enables safe social distancing. God bless and take care.

  • Good evening.
    Can we attend Mass in person instead of online service?

  • Hello,

    Do we need to book for in person mass? Thank you and God bless.

    • Hello Najra – no – just come – the larger Masses (9.15 and 11) are out in the garden! God bless, Fr Dominic

  • I wish I’d found out you were celebrating Mass in the garden sooner – I think it’s a great idea. Do you plan to continue this for the rest of the summer or is everything back indoors now?

  • It was a great pleasure to meet some of you at Norwich Cathedral yesterday. Easter blessings to you all!

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