The13th Week in Ordinary Time

Patronal Feast

Next Sunday we will be celebrating the Anniversary of the Dedication and Consecration of St Thomas More’s Church and Parish. After Mass you are invited to come into the Hall for a drink and an opportunity to meet up.

Celebrating Mass with Holy Communion for the first time

Sunday 10th July at the 10am Mass

Mass Schedule

  • Sunday 26th June 10am – 13th Sunday Ordinary Time Year C
  • Tuesday 28th June 9.30am St Irenaeus
  • Wednesday 29th June St Peter and St Paul (Holyday) Masses at 10am and 7.30pm
  • Friday 1st July 9.30am Anniversary of the cathedral church
  • Sunday 3rd July Patronal Feast day Mass 10am

Saint Peter and St Paul

Please note this is a holyday when Catholics are expected to attend Mass. The morning Mass will be at 10am and the evening Mass at 7.30pm

World Meeting of Families

This meeting continues this week. For more information click here.

The Catholic Certificate in Religious Studies (CCRS)

A new Catholic Certificate in Religious Studies (CCRS) course starts soon. The qualification is ideally suited to catechists, teachers, readers, extra-ordinary ministers of the Eucharist, governors, parents and grandparents, in fact, anyone and everyone interested in sharing or discovering more about their faith. The next intake will begin studying this Autumn. For more information, please contact our Formation Adviser, Jon Harman;

Life and Death Issues

Following the day for life here are two items of concern: Update from the Bishops’ Conference – please click here. Assisted Suicide – actions of pressure groups. Please click here for further details.

Contactless Giving

The Pad is now set up to receive donations for Second Collections. This week is when throughout the Universal Church there is the Peters Pence collection. For further information on 30th June at 12 noon there is a Zoom Instruction from Dona about its use. Please click here.

For by your providence the blessed Apostles ,Peter and Paul ,bring us joy,
Peter foremost in confessing the faith
Paul, its outstanding preacher.

From the Preface