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Father Stewart's Thought for the Week PDF Print E-mail

20th July 2014


A Wonderful Teaching But Remember The Punchline
Jesus, unlike the Pharisees, was not one for giving commandments. Yet of course on occasions he did. Perhaps one of those I find myself quoting most is, “Do not judge and you will not be judged…" etc.

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Parish Newsletter PDF Print E-mail

20th July 2014

 

Newsletter

Lead Items:

Fusion and Scouts Family Fun Day Saturday 28th June
Elliot Mead and Isabella Farrington, two young parishioners, would like to thank everyone who came along to the Fusion and Scouts Family Fun Day and supported them in raising funds for the 23rd World Scout Jamboree 2015 in Japan.
420 people enjoyed free swimming with donations given to the Scouts fund and the homemade cake stall was extremely popular. Despite the rain, the event raised more than £1,000 towards the cost of the trip and also assisting Scouts from poorer countries to attend the international gathering in Japan next summer.

Church Cleaners Don’t Just Happen
We urgently need new volunteers who will come to the church every Thursday morning and help to keep our church clean and beautiful. Now is an excellent time to give it a try.  Do please call by after 9.30am and introduce yourself. We particularly need new helpers during the school holidays when mums who come after school drops may not be around.  You will be made most welcome.

Cardinal Vincent Nichols Appointed Chancellor of St Mary’s University
His Eminence Cardinal Vincent Nichols, Archbishop of Westminster, has been appointed the first Chancellor of St Mary’s University, Twickenham. His appointment will take effect from 1st Sept 2014.
Commenting on this announcement Cardinal Vincent Nichols said, “I am very pleased to accept the invitation of the University. St Mary’s enjoys a long and distinguished history and many generations of Catholic teachers have received the foundations of their service there.

Last Updated on Saturday, 19 July 2014 08:40
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Children’s Liturgy Art Gallery PDF Print E-mail

We are pleased to include a Children’s Liturgy Art Gallery on our parish website. You can submit your artwork to this site in a number of ways. The easiest way will be to either scan or photograph your art work and get your parents to email them to the following address:

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Please give us your first name , age and if possible a brief description of the artwork.

Alternatively, a box will be made available at the back of the church where you can leave your artwork and we will scan it in. Please write your first name and age , either on the front or back of your artwork.

Please be as creative as you possibly can with your artwork. The only thing we ask is that your artwork is about something that was discussed in children’s liturgy that week

 
New Parishioners

Dear new parishioner, you would be most welcome to join in the services and the social activities of the church. Please make yourself known to members of the community.

To keep parish records up to date, please complete the New Parisioner's Form and return to the parish office.

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The New Mass PDF Print E-mail

New Translation of the Mass

On September 4th 2011 we began using THE NEW TRANSLATION OF THE MASS. Everyone will need one of the New Mass Books for the readings. The New Mass is at the back of book. If you wish to follow the Preface & Eucharistic Prayers, you will find the page numbers on the front of the newsletter. There is also a card which has all the people’s parts of the Mass on it. For those who come to week day Masses you will need one of these and they can be found in the porch or on the table the offering gifts are placed on. There are also Mass Cards in the porch for children. Finally if you have not taken one already, there is a sheet containing the people’s parts of the Mass, with explanations for the changes. These are for you to take and read at home.

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