Welcome to our Deanery Website. On this site you will find contact details and links to websites, where they exist, for all the Catholic Parishes in the Deanery, together with Mass Times and  details of our Catholic Schools. Our website brings together the resources of the Coventry Catholic Deanery and provides information about Deanery-wide activity. Coventry  is one of eighteen  Deaneries which make up the Catholic Archdiocese of Birmingham. The Coventry Deanery has the following fifteen parishes: All Souls,  Christ the King and Our Lady of Lourdes with St Augustine’s, Corpus Christi with St Anne’s, Holy Family, Our Lady of the Assumption, Sacred Heart, St Elizabeth, St John Fisher, St John Vianney, St Joseph the Worker, St Mary and St Benedict with St Osburg’s, St Patrick, St Thomas More.  Canon Tom Farrell, Dean of Coventry and Parish Priest of Christ the King.

This weeks newsletters: All Souls 11/12, Christ the King 11/12, Coventry Ordinariate Mission 11/12, Corpus Christi with St Anne 11/12, Holy Family 11/12, Our Lady of the Assumption 11/12, Sacred Heart 11/12, St John Fisher, St Elizabeth 11/12 Christmas Card, St John Vianney 11/12,  St Joseph the Worker 11/12, Ss Mary & Benedict 11/12, St Osburg 11/12, St Patrick 11/12 , St Thomas More 11/12, University of Warwick 11/12

Christmas Mass Times 2016 and Details of reconciliation services link


Deceased Priests of the Coventry Deanery  link

Weekday Mass Sheets: alternative source link updated 9/12/16

Deanery newsletter: August 2016 link

Coming Up:

Coventry Pioneer Regional Committee Fr McKiernan Memorial Mass Friday 16th December at 7.30pm at the Pioneer Hall, Broad Street, Coventry.

Monday 12th December. Topic: Reconciliation. 7pm-9pm. All Souls. Sowing the Seeds course continues. A foundation course for those interested in becoming catechists and those who would like to improve the their knowledge of their faith. Programme details link

St Patrick’s Parish Mission – 3rd to 11th December. Poster link. Newsletter link. We are all One in Christ. It is now just two weeks until the start of our mission. We would like to advertise it as widely as possible around the neighbourhood to give people who don’t usually come to church the opportunity for some spiritual preparation for Christmas.

November 2016 Coventry Winter Night Shelter. As per last year, St Osburg’s will host Wednesday nights.

Wednesday 15th February. Christ the King. Using social Media for parish Catechesis & Evangelisation. Poster


Blessing the Crib took place in the city centre near Marks and Spencer on 27th November 2016,  the First Sunday of Advent at 4pm.

Link to photos form the Closing Ceremony for the “Year of Mercy” on Sunday 20th November 2016  at St Mary & St Benedict’s  with Evening Prayer  link

On Tuesday 8th November at 7pm, Mass for deceased Clergy of the Coventry Deanery was held at  St Mary & Benedict’s, a church also nominated as a Jubilee Church for the year of Mercy.  Each year in November Mass is celebrated for the repose of the souls of all the priests and deacons who have served the parishes of the Coventry Deanery.  The Mass was led by Canon Tom Farrell, the Dean of Coventry. The Parish Priest, Fr Jimmy Lutwama, thanked everybody for coming and his parishioners for providing the refreshments.  All the parishes were represented by parishioners and clergy, and the names of all the deceased priests were read out and prayed for.  Deceased Priests of the Coventry Deanery link Photos link

Thursday, 27th October, 7pm. St Joseph the Worker Parish Hall . You are invited to an unusual entertainment about the local history of Coventry and Warwickshire using the medium of 3 dimensional audio visual shows on Thursday, 27th October, 7:00 pm in St. Joseph the Worker Parish Hall poster link

Sunday, 16th October, 3pm. COVENTRY INTERCULTURAL MASS at St John Fisher Parish.

Sunday 9th Oct_a8a7115ober 6pm Music concert with Dan Callow at Christ the King. Link to Photos link

St Osburga Civic and Religious Celebrations 9/11th September link

Sunday 25th September 3.00pm. St Elizabeth’s Triple celebration. The church is 100 years old, St Elizabeth’s school is 100 years old and Good  Shepherd school is 50 years old. At 3pm on Sunday 25th September Mass was celebrated with Archbishop Bernard Longley. Photos from Lens Art Ltd link. Visit St Elizabeth’s website for more photos and videos link