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22nd June 2024

Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time



Dear Friends,

            Today’s gospel account of Jesus inviting the disciples to get into the boat and go to the other side of the lake for some peace and quiet. Naturally the people were delighted with his words of encouragement and parables about the smallest seed becoming a great tree etc. Now they were to be challenged as individuals and as a group. On the sea the slightest wind can make the journey more difficult and now a strong wind caused the boat to take water. Would it get worse? and “look, what is the master doing asleep?” So, they panic, woke him and asked, “do you not care the danger we are in?” Jesus responded by calming the waters and their fears and they were filled with wonder and asked “Who can this be? Even the wind and sea obey him". We learn more from adversity than having an uneventful and safe passage.

  • I had a smashing visit from my niece Kate this week with Sean her husband and baby Darach. It really lifted my spirits. He is three and a half months, and they are so proud and pleased with life. Long may it last.

  • The Deanery of Woking priests met this week with some diocesan team members to be brought up to date about “The Diocesan Plan” of which we will hear much of going forward. The summary at this time is mine, “There is no plan”. (Yet!).

  • SPCU leaflets in the porch. Abortion is a big issue at the time of a general election.

  • Requiem mass for Miriam McDonnell on Wednesday at 12.00 noon. All are welcome. Please note there will be no mass at 10.00am this coming Wednesday

  • Do respect the freedom we have to vote. Many countries do not have that respect for freedom of choice.

God bless you all,

Fr John


Please pray for all those who have died recently:

Daisy Brett-Holt, Miriam McDonnell

May they rest in peace.

 

Please pray for all those who are sick at this time:

Marie Bellizzi, Margaret Bishop, Veronica Brown, Josie Cash, Anthony Cheah, Cathy Cowan, Eddie Cummins, Sue Cummins, Maggie Duncan, Belen Dunlop, Annie Faghihi, Desmond Fleming, Leo Gibson, Maureen and Paul Harker, Ian Harrison, Michele Haygreen, Mary Higton, Irene Hole, Jim Hollis, Alan Jenkins,  Ian Joseph, Mary Kearney, Shirley Livera, Anne MacKenzie, Georgia Mackinlay, Luz Martin, Helen McLachlan, Patricia McMahon, Joyce Monserrat, Maura Morris, Adrei Penkov, Valeria Penkova, Aurora Ramirez, Donal Reidy, Jennifer Rolfe, Moira Sced, Sherry Small, Ralph and Pauline Smith, Godelieve Vandersloten, Jean Watkins, Deborah Wright

and all those named on the noticeboard in Our Lady’s Shrine.


Mass Intentions

 

Sat 22nd June   6.00pm            Michael Gibbons RIP (Anniv.) (Linda Gibbons-Ruane)

Sun 23rd June  8.30am            Sally Jordan RIP (Jo and John Parker)

                        10.30am          Brian Phelan RIP (Margaret Rotherham)

                        5.30pm            All Parishioners

Mon 24th June 7.30pm            Liturgy of the Word & Eucharist

Tue 25th June  10.00am`         All Donors to The Hope Hub

Wed 26th June 12.00 noon      Requiem Mass – Miriam McDonnell RIP

Thu 27th June  10.00am          Barretto Family

Fri 28th June    10.00am          All Parishioners

Sat 29th June   12.00 noon      Confessions

                        6.00pm            Thanksgiving (Liz Ray)

Sun 30th June  8.30am            P A Joseph RIP (Irene Joseph)

                        10.30am          Geoffrey Baldwin RIP (Margaret Baldwin)

                                                Abina Keating RIP (Gerri, Lisa and Family)

                        5.30pm            Claire Rayner RIP (2nd Anniv) (John and Anne Rayner)


Retiring Collections in June

22nd/23rd St Francis Malawi Trust

29th/30th  Peter’s Pence


Collections for Weekend 15th/16th June 2024

 

Offertory Collection                              £638.35

Gift Aid Collection                               £27.00

Standing Orders (Weekly Average)        £1192.00

Total                                                    £1857.35


Bible Alive and Day By Day – The July editions are now in the church porch. Day By Day is 50p per copy and the Bible Alive is £1.00 each.

Leaving the Car Park – We have recently witnessed cars turning right out of the car park after mass despite the notice “No Right Turn” This is very dangerous. Please only turn left out of our car park. Thank you.

The Hope Hub in Camberley – Thank you so much for your continuing generosity – please keep up the good work.


First Holy Communion Programme 2024-2025

We are now taking enrolment for our parish’s First Holy Communion programme for the academic year 2024-2025.

We invite all parents who would like their children to make their First Holy Communion here to please complete both the enrolment form and video conferencing consent form on our parish website www.olqh.com and email them to frimley@abdiocese.org.uk

Please note that your child must be in Year 3 or above in the academic year 2024-2025 and be parishioners at Our Lady Queen of Heaven Church, Frimley to enrol on the First Holy Communion programme for 2024-2025.

The final date for enrolling is Wednesday 31st July 2024.

Dates for the Communion programme will be advised in due course.


Diocesan Run Events and news – Please visit www.abdiocese.org.uk – Forthcoming events in July include Mass for Engaged Couples at Arundel Cathedral Fri 5/7 at 7.00pm, Celebrating feast of Sts Joachim and Anne – Mass 20/7 at 3pm at Arundel.

National Board of Catholic Women – for news and events please visit: www.nbcw.co.uk


You can also find out about and book events hosted by the Diocese through the Diocesan website events calendar: https://www.abdiocese.org.uk/diocese/events



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Alton Day of Renewal Prayer Requests

We will pray for anyone feeling isolated, anxious, depressed, or physically ill. We will help you draw close to the love of Jesus, who said “come to me all of you who are weary and burdened and I will give you rest”. On weekdays 10.00am-4.00pm tel 07579 824523. Full details at www.altonrenewal.com/prayer_request

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First Holy Communion Programme 2024-2025

We are now taking enrolment for our parish’s First Holy Communion programme for the academic year 2024-2025.

We invite all parents who would like their children to make their First Holy Communion here to please complete both the enrolment form and video conferencing consent form (click on each) and email them to frimley@abdiocese.org.uk

Please note that your child must be in Year 3 or above in the academic year 2024-2025 and be parishioners at Our Lady Queen of Heaven Church, Frimley to enrol on the First Holy Communion programme for 2024-2025.

The final date for enrolling is Wednesday 31st July 2024

Dates for the Communion programme will be advised in due course.


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Contact Information

Call 01276 504876, or email frimley@abdiocese.org.uk

The Church is located at 111 Portsmouth Road, Frimley, GU16 7AA.  It is on the opposite side of the A325 Portsmouth Road to Frimley Park Hospital.  When facing Frimley Park Hospital, the Church is behind you to the left.



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SVP Camberley and Frimley is very active in the community

  • we give help to local families and individuals in need and the Hope Hub.
  • we purchase specific items of food, utilities, clothing and white goods that are needed.
  • we do not give money to clients

If you would like to volunteer to help please contact svpcamberleyandfrimley@outlook.com and /or to give a donation

SVP Camberley account no. 46082417 sort code 60-60-04

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