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19th September, 4.30pm Confirmation Mass

19th September, 2pm Confirmation Mass

19th September, 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time




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Dear Friends,

              Bishop Richard, bless his purple socks, is coming to Frimley to confirm the youth who have requested it. The belief in Father, Son and Holy Spirit expressed by parents and godparents at Baptism is now being taken a stage further, the candidates are saying “I do believe” individually.

What does our own experience tell us? For my own part, it was not for many years into my adulthood that I can say these words meant much to me. Further, it was not an event or request in church that opened my eyes and heart to what I had already said, but the quiet words and witness of a young nurse in the children’s hospital, Dyke Road, Brighton. May Wainwright was from the Midlands and an Anglican – four nights a week she went for three hours after her work to a night shelter for homeless people in Brighton. We got along very well and spoke at length about her volunteering work – and it never crossed my mind even once, ‘I could do that too, that’s what Jesus would do.’ But she did, and never made me feel small about it. You see, I was one of the local Catholic priests and I was busy about many things that did not touch anybody’s life as much as May had. She was the one walking in the shoes of Jesus. I was more occupied by trying to please the local clergy. It took me years to figure this out, meeting May was my Road to Damascus moment. By then she had moved on and I would do so soon after.

I pray now that the young people this weekend will not think, ‘ok, that’s done’ but it’s one step along the road and that they too will have an encounter with someone that shows them the gospel values of Jesus. That will be a great day, pray for all of them.

We welcome Bishop Richard and Fr Paul Turner to the Confirmation ceremony as well as the candidates, their parents, families, sponsors and especially say a huge ‘thank you’ to our faithful catechists who share with them.

Thanks to Simon and helpers, the Masses will be available online.

There will be NO 5:30pm Mass today (Sunday 19th September)

There is a pastoral letter from Bishop Richard on the green sheet in the church porch.

God Bless You All,

Fr John

Please note:

  • Please pray for the candidates for confirmation, their parents, families, and our marvellous catechists.
  • The confirmation candidates come from St. Tarcisius, Ss. Peter & John and Christ the King, Bagshot as well as OLQH.
  • Rotas for co-ordinators, readers and eucharistic ministers are on the porch table. Please take one.
  • Volunteer stewards needed at weekend and weekday masses. Please take a BLUE SHEET (in the porch) and contact Helen.
  • Final date for enrolment for this academic year’s First Holy Communion programme is 30th September. If your child is in Year 3 or above, two forms (please download from the parish website www.olqh.com) need to be completed and returned to frimley@abdiocese.org.uk. Communion dates will be advised in early 2022.
  • We return to Sunday Mass at 5.30pm on Sunday 26th

Stage 4 Guidance: Please note the following

  • Track and Trace continues.
  • Please use hand sanitiser on ENTRY and EXIT.
  • Social distancing – 1m.
  • Masks to be worn at all times unless exempt.
  • Holy Communion at the end of mass, then please exit church.
  • The Minister may say “The Body of Christ” to which you may reply “Amen”.

Mass Intentions

Sat 18th Sep     6.00pm            Florence Farrer RIP

Sun 19th Sep    8.30am            Refugees & Migrants

                        10.30am          Julia Delaney RIP (Bernadette Delaney)

                        2.00pm            Confirmation Mass

                        4.30pm            Confirmation Mass

Mon 20th Sep   7.30pm            Thanksgiving (Jolly)

Tue 21st Sep    10.00am          Michael & Sally Keane RIP (Bernadette & Tony Proud)

Wed 22nd Sep  10.00am          All Parishioners

Thu 23rd Sep   10.00am          For those in authority in church and state

Fri 24th Sep     10.00am          Violet Dickie RIP (B&M Connelly)

Sat 25th Sep     6.00pm            Thanksgiving (Joan Forward)

Sun 26th Sep    8.30am            Private Intentions

                        10.30am          Priya & Sijo Stephen’s Intentions

Prem Amirthanayagam RIP (Josephine)

                        5.30pm            Neville & Michael Lowe RIP (Jane Lowe-Ferguson)

All Hallows School Open Evening

Open Evening for September 2022 Intake. 6pm-8pm Thursday 30th September 2021

To keep everyone covid safe, please can we ask that all adults wear a face covering.

Guided tours of the school will take place through the evening.

Please note that parking will be extremely limited.

Phone 01252 319211 for more details or see our website: http://www.allhallows.net


Collections for Weekend 11th/12th September

Offertory Collections                          £439.48

Gift Aid Collections                            £44.00

Standing Orders (Weekly Average)   £1016.00

Total                                                   £1499.48

Please pray for all those who have died recently:

Robert Burbidge, Kevin Lynch, Doreen Marsden and Helen O’Brien

May they rest in peace.

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

Marie Bellizzi, Maureen Bowers, Pauline Brookman, Veronica Brown, Joe Buttaci, Bill Cable,  Lally Clarke, Eileen Cookson, Joan Cottrell, Zita Falber, Pat Farrell, Hermanthe Fernando, Leo Gibson, Kath Grant, Mary Higton, Irene Hole, Gill Kirwin, Georgia Mackinlay, Luz Martin, Miriam McDonnell, Helen McLachlan, Eric Miller, Maura Morris, Andrei Penkov, Paul Pullen, Wilson Rabanos, Claire Raynor, Donal Reidy, Milo Reiske, Moira Seed, Gill Shaw, Sherry Small, Ralph & Pauline Smith, Godelieve Vandersloten, Patricia Van Kuyk, Alfonsa Varghese, Lorraine Vella, Mark Wardell and all those named on the noticeboard in Our Lady’s Shrine.

May they find consolation in their suffering




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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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Confirmation Mass

Sunday's confirmation Mass will be live-streamed from 13:45 and 16:15 today.  The link will be posted here then and emailed to Parishioners.


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Please complete and return ASAP. Email to frimley@abdiocese.org.uk or drop it off through the letterbox at Fr John's house.





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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