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26th June, Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time





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Dear Friends,

In Luke’s Gospel today we have a realistic image of Jesus’ call to those who hear it, usually indirectly in our time: “Come follow me.”
For the most part it’s through adults, usually parents and family, that young children hear this call. It takes the form of having the child baptised before they can ask questions or give assent. This is fine if they are going to have the life of Jesus and his values explained at home and very often with the help and support of a school community. But it must be said that no child should be baptised because the local Catholic school has a good reputation for teaching and a safe place for the child. The expectation placed on a child’s shoulders should be zero at that stage even though this child might well be the reason a parent or parents renew, refresh or maybe even for the first time take a serious look at the life of Jesus and the reason to have a spiritual relationship with Jesus and His values. This journey is exactly what was being explained by Jesus to those who were enquirers in his day – there is a cost, but it is not usually measured in money, but in the demands on your time and the challenges you will encounter in life. Let us help each other to meet those challenges and pray for all who are trying.

Wearing of Face Coverings in Church
This is now voluntary but please respect the choice other people make.
Eucharistic Ministers please continue to wear face coverings when distributing Holy Communion.

Frimley Baptist Church is hosting a performance by Riding lights theatre Company, on Saturday 9th July, of a play called “My Place”. Its theme focuses on fostering and adoption. It starts at 7.30pm and tickets cost £10 for adults and £8 for under 16s. The play is suitable for 11+. More details, including a promo clip, at www.ridinglights.org/my-place/.

More Mass Co-ordinators needed,
particularly for the 6pm Mass on Saturdays and the 8:30am Mass on Sundays.
If you’re able to volunteer as a mass coordinator (even if it’s just on an occasional basis) then please email Helen at frimley@abdiocese.org.uk or phone 01276 504876, letting Helen know which weekend Mass you can help.
The role of the Mass co-ordinator is central to assisting with the smooth running of Mass. The main aim is to ensure that the altar, the church and those in other ministries are present and prepared. Full training will be provided.

Please be reminded of the following
 
While the word “Guidance” seems to be taken by many as you can do as you please, may I suggest that we adopt the following at church for some time.

  1. Sanitize your hands as you enter and leave.
  2. Wearing a face covering is now voluntary and please respect the choice other people make. Eucharistic Ministers – please continue to wear face masks when distributing Holy Communion.
  3. If you have COVID symptoms, please DO NOT COME to participate in Mass while they persist.
  4. For Holy Communion please approach from the middle aisle with the exception of those on the chairs who will come forward first please.


Important – Driving to Church: A reminder – if you drive to the church. When leaving, please remember ONLY TURN LEFT onto the main road. DO NOT turn right – it is not only prohibited but very risky and dangerous. Thank you

An answer to prayer: “Sorry the lifestyle you ordered is out of stock.”
 
God Bless You All,

Fr John



Mass Intentions
Sat 25th June    6.00pm            Ronald Kearney RIP (anniv.) (Mary Kearney)
                                                The Immaculate Heart of Mary
Sun 26th June   8.30am            All Parishioners
                        10.30am          Dominic Godfrey RIP (Christine Godfrey)
Tricia Van Kuyk RIP (Maureen Harker)
                        5.30pm            P.A. Joseph RIP (Irene Joseph)
Mon 27th June  7.30pm            Jayden Lobo (Shirley)
Tue 28th June   10.00am          Private Intention
Wed 29th June  10.00am          Jayden Lobo (Ezie and Audine)
Thu 30th June   10.00am          Geoffrey Baldwin RIP (Margaret Baldwin)
Fri 1st July        10.00am          Bob and Shiela Turner RIP (Cally Mead)
Sat 2nd July      6.00pm            Tricia Van Kuyk RIP (Marist Way Group)
Sun 3rd July      8.30am            Bernard McCarthy RIP (1st anniv) (Davies family)
                        10.30am          Madalena Fernandes Gois RIP (Madalena Moore)
                        5.30pm            All Parishioners


First Holy Communion Programme 2022-2023 We are now taking enrolment for the First Holy Communion programme 2022-2023. If your child will be in Year 3 or above in the academic year 2022-2023 and you are parishioners at Our Lady Queen of Heaven Church, Frimley then please complete both the enrolment form and video conferencing consent form on our parish website www.olqh.com and return it to frimley@abdiocese.org.uk The deadline for enrolling is Sunday 31st July 2022. Dates for the Communion programme will be advised in due course.


Patricia Van Kuyk’s funeral is taking place here at OLQH church at 1.30pm on Wednesday 13th July. All welcome.


Now Available: July Day by Day 50p per copy and Bible Alive £1 each on the table in the church porch.


 Collections for Weekend 18th /19th June

Offertory Collection                            £398.95
Gift Aid Collection                              £25.00
Standing Orders (Weekly Average)      £1192.00
Total                                                   £1615.95


Please pray for all those who have died recently:
  
Francis Cowan Rawcliffe, Jose Austria Falcone, Lori Robertson, Elizabeth Southerland, Patricia Van Kuyk, Hadjie Galang, and Fr Des O’Riordan (Salesian).
 
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, Anthony Cheah, Eileen Cookson, Frank Curd, Benen Dunlop, Pat Farrell, Hermanthe Fernando, Leo Gibson, Mary Higton, Irene Hole, Jim Hollis, Timmy Lynch, Georgia Mackinlay, Luz Martin, Miriam McDonnell, Helen McLachlan, Eric Miller, Joyce Monserrat, Maura Morris, Andrei Penkov, Wilson Rabanos, Aurora Ramirez, Claire Rayner, Donal Reidy, Moira Seed,  Sherry Small, Ralph and Pauline Smith, Godelieve Vandersloten, Alfonsa Varghese, Mark Wardell, Deborah Wright, Samantha Wyse, Vanessa Wyse, Jayden Lobo 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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We are now taking enrolment for the First Holy Communion programme 2022-2023.

If your child will be in Year 3 or above in the academic year 2022-2023 and you are parishioners at Our Lady Queen of Heaven Church, Frimley then please complete both the enrolment form and video conferencing consent form and return it to frimley@abdiocese.org.uk

The deadline for enrolling is Sunday 31st July 2022.

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


Celebrating the Life of Catriona Ingrid Randle

Last Sunday's Mass




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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