Mrs Jacqueline Lance RIP
On the morning of Thursday 29th July she was called home to be with God for the Eternal Life. Known to many children and parents she served as Headteacher of St Bernadette’s Catholic School for many years before retiring. Latterly, through ill health she has been supported by family and friends. As we join her mother, Betty, Michael, her son and Josie, her daughter, in commending her into God’s hands, we give thanks for her years of service in Catholic Education and pray that she will rest in peace.
Fighting Modern Slavery
A sample of the latest Newsletter is available on the diocesan website and a sample may be seen on the noticeboard. A recent three part television documentary has also dealt with some of the issues.
The Diocesan Mass for couples with special Anniversaries is on Saturday 9th October at 11.30am in St Joseph’s Guildford. See here for further details.
The Word of Life Leaflet
The August leaflet will be available in the courtyard after Mass. It provides a verse of Scripture with a commentary for prayerful reflection during the Month. Ideal for travelling, waiting areas, and when not “busy“.
- Sunday 1st August 10am (18th in Ordinary Time) ~ The people of the parish and those who are unwell
- Monday 2nd August 10am ~Terrence Sweeney RIP (Foundation Mass)
- Wednesday 4th August 10am (St John Mary Vianney – The Curé d’Ars)
- Friday 6th August 7:30pm (The Transfiguration of The Lord) ~ Charles Bernard Hull RIP
- Sunday 8th August 10am ~ (19th in Ordinary Time) ~ The people of the parish
Redundant iPads and Laptops
These are urgently required for the Gatwick Detainees Welfare Group. Please contact email@example.com
Thank you for your offerings for the support of the Parish. Some are able to do so by Standing Orders, gift aided, others are placing your donations in the basket on the table within the Church. Thank you for your generosity.
John Chapter 6
O bread of heaven, beneath this veil.
Thou dost my very God conceal
My dearest Jesus hail.
Each loving soul by thee is fed
With thine own self in form of breadSt Alphonsus Ligouri (translated by Edmund Vaughan)