Weekly News

Dear friends,

This Sunday is the 4th in Ordinary Time. In the Gospel passage this week Jesus heals a man by casting out an unclean spirit. This healing miracle at the beginning of Jesus' ministry clearly shows him to be a healer of both body and spirit. Click here for the scripture readings.

Online Bible Study group
The next meeting is this evening at 6pm and we will be studying the Wedding at Cana in John's Gospel. Everyone is welcome, please let me know if you wish to join.

On Sunday we will (God willing) continue with the provision of two masses. Please let me know if you would like to book a place at the 9.30am Mass, there is no need to book for the 4pm.

Baptism and Confirmation. Next Tuesday on the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord, Bishop Jonathan will be coming to Baptise and Confirm Christopher and Matthew and to Confirm Catherine, James and Paul. Sadly we can't open this service to a wider audience at this time but please pray for them and give thanks for the growth in our number despite the pandemic!

The Church has dedicated February as a month of prayer for the nation. Click here to find out more
See you on Sunday
Fr James


The week ahead

Sunday 31st January
4th Sunday per Annum

Masses 9.30am & 4pm

Monday 1st February
Mass 9.30am

Tuesday 2nd February
Mass with Baptism and Confirmation 6pm

Wed 3rd February
S Blaise
Mass at St Paul's 11am

Thursday 4th February
S Gilbert
Mass 10am

Friday 5th February
S Agatha
Fr James' day off

Saturday 6th February
S Paul Miki
Mass 10am
Confessions 11am

Sunday 7th February
5th Sunday per Annum

Masses 9.30am & 4pm
St Paul's Mass 11.30am


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