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LATEST UPDATE (15th January 2021)

National Lockdown

The situation, both locally and nationally, continues to be a matter of concern and it is essential that we all take the greatest care at this time. Although the lockdown regulations do allow for communal acts of worship and for churches to be open, taking into account the overriding message to ‘Stay at Home’ and out of concern for the health and well-being of all concerned, the public celebration of mass at Our Lady Immaculate is suspended for the time being. The church will also remain closed during the week but will be open for individual visits on Sundays from 10.00 a.m. – 11.00 a.m. (Note the revised time).

The ‘church of home’ is, once again, as important as ever and our prayers, though offered alone, are always in communion with and the through our Lord.

The link below is a useful directory for finding a mass online:

Live Catholic Mass Online


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A ‘Thank you’ to those who are using the ‘Donate’ button on the website. The ‘Donate’ button has the facility of adding a reference and also the option to Gift Aid any donation. Any donation with no specific reference will be treated as ordinary offertory.  The donate button can therefore be used  for a mass intention (mark the reference ‘re: xxx but also email or phone the office to request an intention). The parish’s bank details are set out below for those who may wish to take out a standing order.

  • Bank:                           Lloyds
  • Account Name:           PRCDTR Bournemouth Our Lady Immaculate
  • Sort Code:                   30-93-04
  • Account Number:       00875075

The Parish Office is physically closed but will remain operational.

                             Tel: 01202 760640

                             Email: oliadmin@portsmouthdiocese.org.uk

Fr Andrew may be contacted directly by email at:



We remember in our prayers all Health workers, those who have been directly affected, remembering especially those who have died.