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The celebration of Mass at Holy Cross will take place on Sundays and Thursdays in March 2024. See the Newsletter for details.

Mass is live streamed from Sacred Heart, Exeter on Sundays at 9.15am and 11.15am, the Saturday Vigil Mass at 5.30pm and weekdays at 10.00am and from Blessed Sacrament Curch, Heavitree, on Sundays at 10.45am and on most weekdays at either 9.15am or 6.15pm. Mass and other services are also available from Plymouth Cathedral and Walsingham.

A new Bishop for the Diocese of Plymouth: The Ordination of Canon Christopher Whitehead as Bishop of Plymouth did not take place on 22 February as expected as he has stepped back from active ministry. Canon Paul Cummins continues to act as Diocesan Administrator while a new Bishop is sought.

Please click to see/download the Act of spiritual communion.

Prayer and donations for Ukraine: please click here.

Reflection from the Bishops: The Day of the Lord

Pastoral Message: Diocesan Environmental Policy

'A precious space of God’s grace' is an important diocesan document that looks to 2025.

Message from the Archbishops: A People who Hope in Christ

The Vatican has released a book entitled Strong in the Face of Tribulation. The 192 page book contains prayers and many of Pope Francis' homilies during the pandemic. Click this link to get your copy.

Please see the newsletter for other important information.


Holy Cross Catholic Church
17 Station Road
Exeter EX3 0EE

Sunday Mass: 11am

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Holy Cross Topsham

Topsham train station is opposite Topsham catholic church. The 57 bus (Exmouth-Exeter) stops outside the church. There is parking at Tappers Close car park opposite, the Holman Way car park, and some on-street parking.