26th Sunday of the Year
Jesus said to them, ‘Truly I tell you, the tax-collectors and the prostitutes are going into the kingdom of God ahead of you.
27th September 2020
First Reading Ezekiel 18: 25-28 55:
Psalm Psalm 25: 4-5, 6-7, 8-9
Second Reading Philippians 2: 1-11 or 2: 1-5
Gospel Matthew 21: 28-32
The Eucharist Returned, 2nd August 2020 (see below)
October, the month of Mary
Fr Charles will lead the rosary twice weekly during October, on ZOOM.
The first will be on Thursday 1st October, Feast of St Therese, preceded by a short reflection on the Little flower. Thereafter the Angelus and Rosary will be said each Wed and Sun at 6 pm. If you click the long link number below into your internet browser, a Zoom page will open automatically. Then you will be asked to click a link for immediate entry. For those who lack Zoom please join in the prayers at the same time. God transcends distance and will help us to do so too. Please ring if I can help……..
(Fr Charles 07503905414)
Thur Oct 1, 2020 06:00 PM
Meeting ID: 850 9407 9823
(Passcode: 511172 )
Sun Oct 4, 2020 06:00 PM
Meeting ID: 862 2788 0423
ST MARY’S IS OPEN for MASS on Saturday 5.00 pm, Sunday 10.00 am and Thursday 11.00 am
DAILY EXPOSITION Monday, Tuesday, Wed, Fri & Sat from 11 am till 12 noon each day.
You’ll need to….
- Wash hands as you enter.
- Try to touch only the place you sit in.
- Use the one-way system i.e. in at the main doors and out via the Fynnongroew Rd exit
- Use only the disabled toilet (one in one out)
- If it’s cold bring a jumper (We need to open windows)
Yes, admittedly it may be easier to pray at home !! But lots find the church space helpful. And also, this helps us develop practices for the future to allow us to gather together safely.
IF YOU’VE ANY CONCERNS DURING THE VIRUS TIME PLEASE FEEL FREE TO RING FR CHARLES RAMSAY
Please check out this week’s Parish Bulletin for the latest news about church activities during the current lockdown.
Recommended LIVE-STREAMED SERVICES
We have found some Live Streamed services including masses. This means that clicking on the link below at the right time will connect you to a website showing a live stream of a mass in progress. Please note that to follow a complete service will use a great deal of data (like streaming live TV) so should only be used on a wifi connection, not using a phone data connection.
Also please note we have no control over content from independent websites
The website churchservices.tv provides a list of services online, even a what’s on, showing where Mass is on at any given moment. The beautiful liturgy of the Irish Monks of Glenstal for example, also includes prayers you can
recite alongside the monks
Bishop Peter ‘s masses, and also a Pentecost novena (9.00am on facebook, are live-streamed from the diocesan website and youtube…(and also his Good Shepherd Sunday message )https://www.rcdwxm.org.uk/
Former parish priest of Rhyl, Monsignor Malachy Keegan, celebrates live-streamed mass daily at his parish in Sandersted, near Croydon…
Please check in to Fr Peter Morgan’s Liverpool parish…
Visit St Joseph’s Colwyn Bay where Fr Frank Ryan OMI and outreach Sri Lankan priest, Fr Vimal OMI, celebrate Mass daily
Monday – Friday: 11 am. Available at 12 noon on our Website
YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5bcYWIA0fCSdaM_BCC8vbA
(just search: saintjosephsrcc)
Adoration – Live Streamed on Facebook:Saturdays at 11am Rosary: 6pm – Live Streamed on Facebook:
And Sunday Mass live streamed at 11am
Click here to join live streams (subject to timetable)
Finally for the moment, here is a message about facing up to the Virus pandemic from the Tamera Community.
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