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Address for St Dunstan's Presbytery for all church administration: The Presbytery, Kingsfield Road, Kings Heath, Birmingham,B14 7JN

Parish Administrator:  Tuesdays 12-4pm, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9 - 5pm

Office Volunteers:  Monday to Friday, 10am - 12.30pm (for Mass intentions, baptism certificates , and general enquiries)


Telephone: 0121 444 1386


Parish email: 

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The Parish is part of the Archdiocese of Birmingham: Registered Charity No. 234216.



There is Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament after morning Mass (from 10 am Tuesdays) until 10.00 pm each day in the chapel at St Dunstan's Church.   Everybody is welcome to join us for this special time of prayer. 

Our Parish is celebrating the

Year of the Eucharist

Prayer for the Year of the Eucharist


Risen Lord Jesus,

on the road to Emmaus

you made yourself known to your disciples

in the breaking of bread.


Give to us, your disciples today, the same gift of faith,

that will open the eyes of our hearts

to recognise your true and real presence,

your precious body and blood,

in the Blessed Sacrament of the altar.


Give us also a desire to love you more and more,

so in contemplating your wonderful presence,

we may glimpse the glory of heaven

prepared for all who love you. Amen.


Holy Mary, the First Adorer of the Lord, pray for us.

St. Jude, Apostle of Jesus, pray for us.

St. Dunstan, Teacher of the Faith, pray for us.



Second Quarter Programme

January – April 2018


20th and 21st January

Fr Stephen Morrison focuses our thoughts on the Eucharist and the Blessed Virgin Mary: ‘Our Lady, the First Adorer of the Lord.’


Fr Stephen is Sub-Prior of the Norbertine Community, a religious order that has long encouraged devotion to the Blessed Eucharist and to Our Lady. Presently he is also curate of the Parishes of Our Lady Immaculate and Holy Name, Chelmsford.

24th and 25th February

Deacon Stephen Morgan directs our thoughts on the Eucharist and Mission: ‘Ite Missa est - Go in peace, glorifying the Lord by your life.’


Stephen Morgan is from the Diocese of Portsmouth where he serves as a Permanent Deacon. He is the Oeconomus and Secretary to the Portsmouth Diocesan Trustees. He undertakes pastoral duties in the Catholic parishes of Lymington, Brockenhurst and New Milton.   

17th and 18th March 
Dom Hugh Somerville Knapman OSB, focuses our thoughts on the Eucharistic Prayer of the Mass: ‘from the rising of the sun to its setting a pure sacrifice may be offered to your name.’


Dom Hugh is a monk of the Benedictine Order at Douai Abbey. He is the administrator of the abbey church, Sacristan, webmaster, co-editor of The Douai Magazine, and sits on the Abbot’s council.

28th and 29th April

Fr Alan Robinson directs our thoughts on Eucharistic adoration and reparation: ‘to us your servants, who though sinners, hope in your abundant mercies.’


Fr Alan is a priest of the Archdiocese of Westminster and currently Parish Priest of Corpus Christi church, Maiden Lane, Covent Garden. Corpus Christi is the home of the Sodality of the Blessed Sacrament.

Although most events will take place at St. Dunstan’s as this is the venue for daily adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, the visiting preachers will usually be preaching both Saturday night and Sunday morning so that those from St. Jude’s, and those who usually come to Mass on Sunday night, will have the chance to come to one of the other Masses over the weekend if they wish.

Thoughts on the Holy Eucharist


“Every Holy Hour we make so pleases the Heart of Jesus that it is recorded in Heaven and retold for all eternity!”

                                                            St. Teresa of Calcutta


“Perpetual Adoration extends its influence far beyond the individual adorers, touching their homes and families and reaching out to the parish community and beyond.”

                                                                       Pope Paul VI


“Each time you approach the Blessed Sacrament remember that Jesus has been waiting for you for twenty centuries for this personal visit from you.”

                                                             St. Josemaria Escriva

As well as the celebrating the Year of the Eucharist, we also have monthly adoration page which can be found in the chapel at St Dunstan's. Please click on the icon below to read this month's sheet.

Year of the Eucharist

First Quarter Programme 

September to December 2017

December Venite Adoremus Page

November Venite Adoremus Page