About Us

One of my responsibilities as Parish priest
is to try to ensure that the times of Mass cater for the majority of parishioners.
One of my responsibilities as Dean of Eastbourne
is to try to ensure that the times of Mass
cater for the majority of people in the Deanery,
and can be provided by the number of priests available.
If there is anyone who had normally attended Mass on a Saturday at The Holy Rood
and would find it impossible to get to Christ the King, please let me know,
and I will try to arrange transport for you.
with every blessing,

basig

Please look at the Parish News web page
for Mass Times in the current Newsletter
and everything else.

The Catholic Churches of
Christ the King
3, Princes Road, Langney
Eastbourne, BN23 6HT
Weekend Masses:
Saturday – 5pm
Sunday – 11:30am

St. Joachim
106, Brodrick Road, Hampden Park
Eastbourne, BN22 9NY
Weekend Mass:
Sunday – 9:30am

Parish Priest: Barry Anderson
3, Princes Road, Langney,
EASTBOURNE, BN23 6HT
01323-760048
Email: banderckhr@aol.com

Parish Deacon: Eugene Adams
01323 – 760078
Email: revdeacon@icloud.com

Bishop of Arundel & Brighton
High Oaks, Old Brighton Road North
Pease Pottage, West Sussex, RH11 9AJ
01293-526428
Email: bishop@dabnet.org

How Does a Person Become a Catholic?
Well, there are several ways. Let’s look at the two principal routes:
On the one hand, children who are born or adopted into Catholic families are usually baptised as infants. Their faith is nurtured in their family environment and, as they grow older, they receive formal instruction through their parish school or religious education programme.
On the other hand, adults with little, no or different spiritual background looking perhaps to become members of the Catholic Church are encouraged to:

Think as they learn about our faith

Ask what it means to join our community

Learn about what we stand for

Decide whether to become one of us

Prepare to be received

Join the Catholic Community

Participate in the life of the Church

In the Catholic Church we warmly welcome members of all ages and try to provide appropriate spiritual formation to suit each person’s needs.
So, if you feel you might like to join the Catholic Church or if you would like to bring a child forward for baptism or if you’d simply like to learn more about the procedures and our faith, please get in touch with any of us above.
If you would just like to find out more about Christianity, or are wondering about what it means to be a Catholic you might like to visit these websites for more information:

http://www.catholicfaith.org.uk If you would like to take steps towards coming to church you can find your nearest Catholic church and request some further reading on the Catholic faith.

http://www.oncecatholic.org Catholic site for people who used to be Catholic once – with very useful and up-to-date info on the Catholic Church

Christianity The purpose is to inform people about Jesus Christ and Christianity. It is our hope that men and women will take steps of faith and become ever-closer followers of Jesus Christ as a result of what they discover. It is our prayer that having an active faith will improve their lives.