19th January 2020

Second Sunday in Ordinary Time

Christ is King

Dear Friends,

We warmly welcome the Salesian Fathers from Farnborough to celebrate this weekend’s Masses.

The retiring collection this weekend is for the Sean Devereux Children’s Fund. As many of you will be aware, Sean Devereux was a former pupil of Salesian College in Farnborough who dedicated his adult life to teaching and supporting children in Africa. The Children’s Fund was set up in his memory to continue to support children in need there.

Please note that there will be no Mass or Liturgy this Monday 20th January.

There will be a Liturgy of the Word and Holy Communion at 7.30pm this Tuesday 21st January.

On Thursday 23rd January, Mass will take place at 12.30pm. (This is instead of the 9.30am Mass). The Mass intention is for Tom Purcell RIP. Tom’s funeral will then take place at 1.30pm here in the church.

If you have not yet collected your DBS recheck forms from the porch table, please do so ASAP. Thank you to those of you who have already done so.

Copies of the My Day By Day and Bible Alive for February are now available on the table in the church porch.

Hope you all have a good week.

Daily Liturgy


Sat Confessions   12:00  
Sun 8:30  
Mon 8:00
Tue 19:30
Wed 9:30
Thu 9:30
Fri 9:30

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Please pray for all those who have died recently

 Rose DeSa, Paul Dineen, Teresa Hutter, Marina Maquinez-Fornes

Thomas Purcell, Colin Shaw and Betty Veit

May they rest in peace.

Please pray for all those who are sick at this time

Marie Bellizzi, Teresa Brown, Robert Burbridge, Lally Clarke, Joan Cottrell, Florence Cox, Zita Felber, Hermanthe Fernando, Roy Higham, Elizabeth Mary Jones, Gill Kirwin, Maura Morris, Miguel Montoro, Paul Pullen, Wilson Rabanos, Donal Reidy, Gill Shaw, Pat Sibley, Alfonsa Varghese and Mark Wardell and all those named on the notice board in Our Lady’s Shrine.

May they find consolation in their suffering.