Welcome to St Hugh of Lincoln Roman Catholic Church - a friendly parish in the heart of the City of Lincoln.

St Hugh's Rectory, Broadgate, Lincoln, LN2 5AQ
Tel: 01522 528961 Fax: 01522 537685
Email: office@sthughslincoln.org.uk

Parish Priest: Fr John Kyne    Email: john@sthughslincoln.org.uk

Deacon: Rev Peter Brogan   Email: peter@sthughslincoln.org.uk
(School Chaplain for St Peter and St Paul Catholic High School)

Dacon David Knight   Email: david@sthughslincoln.org.uk

Deacon: Rev Kevin Pearson   Email: kevin@sthughslincoln.org.uk

Chaplain to the Polish Community: Fr Włodzimierz Pająk SChr  Tel: 01724 855698

Assistant University Chaplain:  Helen Townsend  Email: helen@sthughslincoln.org.uk

Parish Secretary: Susan Weaver  Email: office@sthughslincoln.org.uk

For more information on what is happening at St Hugh's this week
please take a look at our current newsletter.

Sunday Mass
Vigil Mass on Saturday at 5pm at St Francis, Bardney
Sunday in St Hugh's Church
8.30am 10.00am, 12.15pm (Polish), and 6.00pm

For details of the Polish Mass please contact

Fr Włodzimierz Pająk SChr on 01724 855698.

Holy Days of Obligation
10.00am and 7.00pm

Weekday Services 
Mon - Sat 10am Mass at St Hugh's Church
Please contact the Presbytery to confirm weekday service details,
 as these can vary because of funerals, holidays etc

Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession)
Saturday 10.30am - 11am (and on request)


For information about other services in Lincoln please contact:

Our Lady of Lincoln RC Church on 01522 522971 or email parish@ourladyoflincoln.com

St Peter and St Paul's RC Church on 01522 682278


Lord Jesus Christ, you have taught us to be merciful like the heavenly Father, and have
told us that whoever sees you sees Him.  Show us your face and we will be saved.

You are the visible face of the invisible Father, let the Church be your visible face
of forgiveness and mercy in the world.

You willed that your ministers would feel compassion for those in ignorance and error:
let everyone who approaches them feel loved, and forgiven by God.

Send your Spirit and consecrate every one of us with its anointing, so that the
Jubilee of Mercy may be a year of grace from the Lord, and your Church,
with renewed enthusiasm, may bring good news to the poor, proclaim liberty
to captives and the oppressed, and restore sight to the blind.

We ask this of you, Lord Jesus, through the intercession of Mary, Mother of Mercy;
you who live and reign with the Father and the Holy Spirit for ever and ever.  Amen.



Latest News


    This Sunday we welcome Fr Joseph who, as well as celebrating all of our Sunday Masses for us while Fr John is away, will make an appeal on behalf of St Patrick’s Missionary Society. 

     “We involve ourselves in the lives of the people both spiritually and materially, given them hope and dignity in their lives.” 

    Your support helps them to assist with famine relief, the ongoing awareness of HIV and Aids, transport, water, education, justice, village churches, special needs, orphans and orphanages etc., in African countries, South America, and the Caribbean.  Please pray for the St Patrick’s Missionaries, and if you can please give what you can to support them as they carry out God’s work.   Thank-you.  Website:  www.spms.org


    Posted by Susan Weaver
  • APOSTLESHIP OF THE SEA RENEWAL DAY at Immingham Seafarers Centre, Saturday, 30th July, 10.30am to 3pm

      The AoS will be holding a day of renewal for all local chaplains, volunteers and anyone interested in learning more about this wonderful mission of the Church.  Everyone is welcome.  The day, featuring input from the local port chaplain Fr Colum Kelly, will focus not just on ‘what’ AoS does but ‘why’ she does it, looking at scripture and Church teaching relating to mission and ministry.  Admission is free but please bring along a contribution to a shared lunch.  For further information please contact Steven.  Telephone: 07793488971 or Email: steven.willows@apostleshipofthesea.org.uk




    Posted by Susan Weaver
    Monday, 25th July 2016 at 7.30pm: A Peace Walk has been organised by the Lincoln Inter-Faith Forum. Meet at the main entrance of Lincoln Cathedral at 7.15pm.  The walk will start at 7.30pm and visit the poppy display at the Castle.  Leaving the Castle at 8pm, the walk will continue around the Bailgate area and finish at the Cathedral.  The Mayor of Lincoln will take part.  If you have any battery operated tea lights, please bring them to hold as you walk.


    Posted by Susan Weaver
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