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Fr. Paul Jones
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9.30am Family Service. 10.30am Parish Mass.   (For Christmas and Easter see the Calander of Events)

9.30am Monday - Wednesday, Friday - Saturday
6.30pm Thursday

FRIDAYS:   8.45 tp 9.15am    Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.    A time of silent prayer and meditation. 

Notes:                                                                                                                                                                      CHRISTMAS :  Only one Mass on Christmas morning - 10.00am.     LENT:  No  Friday 'Adoration'.   'Stations of the Cross'   6.00pm Thursdays before Mass.    EASTER  SUNDAY:  Only  one Mass on Easter Sunday morning - 10.00am     MAY & OCTOBER:  Rosary at 6.00pm before the evening Mass


All Saints - Babbacombe  is an  ABC resolution parish under the care of the Bishop of Ebbsfleet

All Saints, Babbacombe,is a fine example of a Grade 1 Listed church designed by the distinguished Victorian architect William Butterfield. The foundation stone was laid on December 20th 1865, and consecrated on All Saints Day, 1st November 1867, by the Rt. Rev. Samuel Wilberforce - Bishop of Oxford.

William Butterfield (1814 - 1900) was a pioneer, innovator and one of the most distinguished of all Victorian architects. The design incorporates the fifty varieties of Devon marbles. The use of polychromatic marbles for the pulpit and font, demonstrate Butterfield's passion for constructional colour and ornate interiors. A visit to All Saints is essential to appreciate the splendour of William Butterfield's achievement.

Gerard Manley Hopkins,the Victorian poet, was a great admirer of William Butterfield's work, and visited All Saints in September 1867, 1874 and 1877.     Hopkins described All Saints as "pure beauty of line".

Cary Avenue,
Babbacombe, Torquay

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