“We want your feedback”

In addition to our recent Listening Sessions, I have opened up a survey on our website to allow parishioners the opportunity to provide some input on their weekend Liturgy experience. The survey will provide everyone a greater opportunity to communicate more easily with the Pastoral Team. The survey is quite simple and easy to fill in, so we urge as many people as possible to fill it out. Once we have the results we will publish them in the newsletter and on our website to allow everyone to see the outcome. The survey will be posted on our Facebook page too.

Finally, as we embrace our web presence more and more I would like to invite everyone who hasn’t, to sign up to our newsletter and blog mailing lists here: http://www.ipswichcatholic.com/subscribe/

This will help us communicate with everyone a lot more easily. Forms are at the back of the church for your to leave your email address if you need some assistance being registered.


Fr. Stephen Bliss (ofm)

Welcome to the Ipswich Catholic Community

On behalf of the Ipswich Catholic Community, welcome to our website! If you live in this area, please come and see us, take part in our weekly celebration of the Eucharist, and enjoy the wonderful sense of friendship and belonging which is typical of our community. If you are new to the area, we hope our website will provide you with all the information about the Ipswich Catholic Community in order for you to get started. We are eager to meet you and welcome you to take part in our various activities and ministries.

If you would like to see what is happening around our community, please view our calendar under the resources menu. Alternatively we have provided a link to our community news page below.

Upcoming Events

Men’s Breakfast 2017

October 21 @ 7:00 AM - 9:30 AM

Archbishop Mark’s Visit

October 22 @ 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

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St. Francis of Assisi

“Although the life of a person is a land full of thorns and weeds, there is always a space in which the good seed can grow. You have to trust God.”

Pope Francis

“It means that we, like God, abandon the world of abstraction to engage the real lives of real people, in the ways traced by the pope’s apostolic exhortation ‘The Joy of Love’.”

Archbishop Mark Coleridge

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