Coronavirus Arrangements

Chapel Arrangements

Our chapels are closed to the general public until further notice.

The Parish Church of Our Lady Help of Christians and Saint Lawrence, Olney, is open for private prayer. Please see the church website for days and times:–

Br John is celebrating Mass, and is continuing to write homilies, they are available on the monks’ website:
If you would like to receive a copy by email, please contact Br John at

The communities continue to celebrate the Divine Office.

Live Streaming

List of churches in England that use live streaming

Northampton Cathedral, Cathedral Services Live:

The Parish Church of Our Lady Help of Christians and Saint Lawrence, Olney, is live streaming Mass on YouTube, follow the ‘Take me There’ button on the home page:–
For Mass times, please see the church website:–
Alternatively, email Denise Wallinger at and she will add you to the daily email that she sends out giving the link for the following day

Holy Cross Monastery, Rostrevor, County Down, N Ireland
(The Turvey Monks are connected with Holy Cross Monastery)


You can find various resources on the ‘Articles‘ page on this website, including a ‘Virtual Prayer Walk’ around the grounds of Turvey Abbey, created by Sr Miriam.

The Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales, coronavirus guidelines:

The Liturgy Office of England and Wales has added further resources to their page ‘The Church & ‘flu keeping well — taking care’:

Two members of the Liturgy Office Spirituality Committee, Kathryn and Monika, have set up a Facebook group ‘Christ, Covid, Community’ to share spirituality resources and support at this time:

‘A guide to isolation and social distancing from those who know’
CTVC has partnered with Million Minutes and Father Christopher Jamison OSB to create a website exploring isolation and social distancing:

A new website has been created with links to all the Catholic newspapers:

‘The Vine’, Northampton Diocesan News:

A prayer request from our
Chapel Prayer Board

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