Changes on the way
The first is that the communal response in preparation for Holy Communion is now replaced by the normal procedure. As you approach wearing your face covering, the Celebrant shows the Host and says ‘The Body of Christ’ to which you reply ‘Amen’, you then step to the side and consume the Host.
- Sunday 4th July 10am – int for the people of the parish
- Wednesday 7th July 10am – int foundation Mass
- Sunday 11th July – Patronal Feast Day
Saints of the week
- St Anthony Zaccaria -trained as a Doctor, inspired by St Paul’s writings, Founder of the Barabites, a religious Order
- St Maria Goretti – a 12 year old, attacked by an 18 year old , stabbed and later died after receiving Viaticum – Holy Communion for a dying person.
The Word of Life
The July leaflet to help with your prayerful reflection on a verse of Scripture will be available this weekend
Cardinal Newman Catholic School
Pupils from Cardinal Newman school are calling on Boris Johnson to tackle the climate crisis and ensure those worst affected are put at the heart of this year’s climate talks. In a stunt outside Brighton Old Pier on 22 June, pupils from Cardinal Newman Catholic School, Hove, held a banner reminding the government that “The ‘Eyes of the World’ are watching” ahead of the UK hosting world leaders the UN climate conference ‘COP26’ in Glasgow this November. Read more by clicking here.
The Open Cloister at Worth Abbey
FINDING STILLNESS: The Open Cloister @ Worth Abbey Tuesday 24th-Thursday 26th August 2021
An experimental hybrid retreat where you are invited to come and stay at Worth or join the retreat online.
For further information or to book your place online go to this web page.
New Website for Families
There are fantastic Mass resources for families on the new Colour and Shape website. Please visit by clicking here.
The Art of Dying Well
The Centre for dying well at St Mary’s University is a helpful resource around questions of death, dying and bereavement Find out more by visiting this website.
From St Thomas More’s Treatise on The Holy Eucharist
“Let us not lose this time therefore, suffer not this occasion to slip ,which we can little tell whether ever we shall get it again or never. Let us endeavour ourself to keep him still and like the two disciples of Emmaus – tarry/ stay with us good Lord.” Written in the Tower of London