Berkshire

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Deaneries:

Our Pastoral Areas in Central East Hampshire are divided between the Old Berkshire Deanery (St Edmund Campion) and the Central and East Berkshire Deanery (Blessed Dominic Barberi). The Dean for Bl. Dominic Barberi is Canon David Hopgood, and the Dean for St Edmund Campion is Fr James McGrath. 

Pastoral Areas:

We have four Pastoral Areas and one Personal Parish in Berkshire:

Great Park Pastoral Area

Maidenhead (St Edmund Campion), Maidenhead (St Joseph), Twyford, Windsor

Reading Pastoral Area

Earley, Reading (Christ the King), Reading (English Martyrs), Reading (St James and St William), Reading (St Joseph), Woodley​, 

South Berkshire Pastoral Area

Ascot, Bracknell, Crowthorne and
Sandhurst, Wokingham

West Berkshire Pastoral Area

Newbury, Thatcham, Wash Common, Wool Hampton

Parish of St John Fisher, Reading

Personal Parish under the Care of the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter

Great Park Pastoral Area

The Coordinating Pastor for Great Park is Canon David Hopgood. Great Park includes the following Parishes:

St Edmund Campion, Maidenhead >

St Joseph's, Maidenhead>

St Thomas More, Twyford >

Windsor and Dedworth >

Reading Pastoral Area

The Coordinating Pastor for Reading is Fr Chris Heaps. Reading includes the following Parishes:

Earley >

Christ the King, Reading >

English Martyrs, Reading >

St James and St William of York, Reading >

St Joseph's, Tilehurst >

St. John Bosco, Woodley >

South Berkshire Pastoral Area

The Coordinating Pastor for South Berkshire is Fr Daniel McAvoy. South Berkshire includes the following Parishes:

St Francis, Ascot >

Bracknell St Joseph and St Margaret Clitherow >

Crowthorne and Sandhurst > 

Corpus Christi, Wokingham >

West Berkshire Pastoral Area

The Coordinating Pastor for West Berkshire is Fr Zbigniew Budyn. The West Berkshire Pastoral Area includes the following Parishes:

St Joseph's, Newbury >

Our Lady of the Assunmption, Thatcham >

St Francis de Sales, Wash Common >

Woolhampton >

The Personal Parish

Parish of St John Fisher

Personal Parish under the care of the Priestly Fraternity of St Peter

In September 2018, the Personal Parish of St John Fisher was established by Bishop Egan to serve as a spiritual home for those attached to the traditional rites of the Church. 

All its Masses and Sacraments are celebrated in the Extraordinary Form  of the Roman Rite, often known as the Traditional Latin Mass, as authorised by Pope Benedict XVI in his ‘motu proprio’ Summorum Pontificum.

Until a permanent home can be found for the Parish, all Masses, take place at St William of York Church in Reading.

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