“Do not forget your poor servants for ever.” – Psalm 73

12th Week of Ordinary Time Saturday June 27th Today’s reflection: “Do not forget your poor servants for ever.” – Psalm 73 No matter how bad the lockdown has been for us there are people much off in the world. Think of them and pray for them in some way and thank God for your many blessings.  We hope you have a […]

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We pray for funerals

3rd Week of Easter Wednesday April 29th Today’s reflection: “And I will raise them to life on the last day.” John 6:40 We pray for funerals at this time which are places of further isolation and suffering. Risen Lord Jesus, always be our consoler. ‘Eternal rest grant unto them O Lord and let perpetual light shine upon them. Amen.’ We hope you have a […]

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Lockdown Food Share Community Project

We are delighted to support the amazing work being done by the team at Chicago 1935 and Mia’s Wish who ae delivering food to those who need it most during this difficult time with no funding. You can help by donating: Fresh Fruit and Vegetables, tins, jars, cakes, bread, milk and eggs anytime to the front door of the Presbytery […]

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“When two or more are gathered in my name I am there in their midst!”

Dear Friends, It is upsetting, that we can’t go inside our church(es). We understand that. All places of worship in the UK are closed by government directive so there can be no services or meetings held on the premises. Shops, such as DIY stores that are open are only selling essential items for people who need to make urgent repairs […]

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Journey with The Pope – 14/4/2020

TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 2020 “The isolated elderly: solitude and distance. How many elderly there are whose children do not go and visit them in normal times! I remember in Buenos Aires when I visited old people’s homes, I would ask them: And how’s your family? Fine, fine! Do they come? Yes, always! Then the nurse would take me aside and […]

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Journey with The Pope – 12/4/2020

SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 2020 ~ EASTER “I’m living this as a time of great uncertainty. It’s a time for inventing, for creativity… The creativity of the Christian needs to show forth in opening up new horizons, opening windows, opening transcendence toward God and toward people, and in creating new ways of being at home. It’s not easy to be confined […]

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