Returning to Mass at Pentecost
An invitation from the Bishops of England and Wales
This is the bread come down from heaven (John 6:58)
A beautiful hallmark of the Catholic faith is the profound desire to participate in the Holy Mass and share in the Eucharist. We do so with deep gratitude and joy. The Eucharist gives the Church her identity – “The Eucharist makes the Church, and the Church makes the Eucharist.” It enables us to worship Almighty God, to support each other on our journey of faith, and to be a visible sign of faith in the world. This hallmark is supported and strengthened by the precept that our fundamental Christian duty is to worship God by participating in the celebration of Mass. Attending Mass on Sundays and Holy Days is the greatest of all privileges, sometimes referred to as “the Sunday Obligation.”
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Please take a copy of “Missio” to keep abreast of the missionary activity in the world. The beatification of Pauline Jaricot who created the APF (now known as Missio) takes place next Sunday in Lyon.
There are some red boxes and cards detailing ways of support in the entrance of the church. Other details can be found here.
This Sunday the second collection is for the missionary endeavour of the diocese and our connection with the diocese of Chulucanas in Peru.
Growing Up Catholic
The group of Years 3 & 4 meet this Sunday and are preparing for the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
The 100 +
The 100+ is inviting membership with an annual fee of £30. The next draw will be on Pentecost Sunday with an opportunity to toast The Queen.
- Fifth Sunday of Easter – Sunday Mass 10am (int People of the parish)
- Tuesday – Easter weekday Mass 9.30am (int Survivors of abuse)
- Wednesday – Easter weekday Mass 9.30am Monica and Lucas Perieira
- Friday – Easter weekday Mass 9.30am Fr Gareth Jenkins SMA on his Golden Jubilee of Ordination
- Sixth Sunday of Easter – Sunday Mass 10am
Two New Saints
Titus Brandsma – more information can be found here.
Charles de Foucald – more information can be found here.
O Mary, when our God chose you To bring his only Son to birth, A new creation made in you Gave joy to all the earth.