christ_crossA very warm welcome to the website of our Parish of Blessed John Henry Newman, which was founded on 1 October 2010, by the Right Reverend Peter Doyle, Bishop of Northampton.

We consist of two churches: St Wulstan’s in Totteridge and Our Lady of Grace in Booker.

Our aim is simply to bear witness to the love God has for us in the person of our Lord Jesus Christ, to share this love with each other and to spread it into the wider community in which we live.

We look forward to welcoming you into our friendly, supportive and caring community, bringing with you your unique, God-given gifts! So please make yourself known to us and don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Fr. Joseph Udoh MSP – Parish Priest


High Wycombe Mission 6th-21st May 2017

Come just as you are…I have called you by your name.

Please say our Mission Prayer every day:

Father we thank You: that You have always loved us, whatever our state or belief, that You have sent Your Son, Jesus,to help us find our way back into Your family, and that You know each of us,and have called us by name.

During our mission may we: understand more deeply the Good News of the Gospel, hear more clearly your voice in Scripture and respond more eagerly to Jesus’ call.

May our lives be so transformed by Your Holy Spirit’s power  that they shine as beacons of light drawing all to “come and see”  what You have to offer,and to celebrate together  Your measureless love.

Through Christ Our Lord, Amen.


For full details of Masses, including rotas, please visit our Masses page.



  • If you know of anyone who is ill or housebound please let Father Joseph or Catri Plummer (639686) know, so we can arrange for a visit and to receive Holy Communion if they wish. Please could you scan the list and let us know if any names should be removed.
  • Catholic Certificate in Religious Studies

  • The Diocese of Northampton is running this course containing 6 modules at St. Louis Catholic Primary School in Aylesbury. Bishop Peter is stressing the importance of learning, studying and reflecting together. For further information please see the leaflet on the Notice Boards of both churches
  • Lent 2017

  • Stations of the Cross. There will be Stations of the Cross every week during Lent. St Wulstan’s this Friday 7.30PM and OLG: Every Saturday at 10. 00 am. In the spirit of Lenten Almsgiving, donations for charity will be welcomed after Stations of the Cross during Lent.


    Wycombe Town Mission 6th – 21st May 2017

    As we are gearing up for our 4 months of preparation for the mission in the next year, please pray for the success of the mission: that it will be God’s mission and bear the fruit which He wants it to bear. In order to succeed, prayer must be the foundation of all mission activities [More…]

    For more Events, Notices and News Items, please visit our Events and Notices page.


    Our Parish Prayer

    FATHER, Pour out your spirit on the people of this parish and grant us a new vision of your glory, a new experience of your power, a new faithfulness to your word, and a new consecration to your service that your love may grow amongst us and your Kingdom come through Christ our Lord. AMEN.

    An Orthodox Prayer

    Set our hearts on fire with love for you, O Christ our God,
    that in that flame we may love you
    with all our heart,
    with all our mind,
    with all our soul,
    with all our strength,
    and our neighbour as ourselves;
    so that keeping your commandments,
    we may glorify you, the giver of all good gifts.


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    Visit our PRAYER page for:

    • a categorised selection of more than 150 relevant prayers.
    • the opportunity to request a prayer for yourself, or for someone else.
    • details of prayer groups


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    Our Patron: Blessed John Henry Newman

    In 2010, the churches of St Wulstan's, Our Lady of Grace, St Edmund Campion in Hazlemere and St James' the Great in Downley were joined together as one parish.

    The Parish then took the name of Blessed John Henry Newman, who had been beatified by Pope Benedict XVI a few months earlier during his State Visit to the UK.

    Learn more about Blessed John Henry Newman

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    Blessed John Henry Newman Parish would like to thank the following sponsors for their generous support of our web site. By clicking on the logos you can learn more about each organisation.