Sunday, 24 October 2010

30th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Today we celebrated Bible Sunday and Father Martin presided and preached. He reminded people that if they had lived a thousand years ago, the Bible would have been read to them in Latin which most of them couldn’t have understood and very few indeed could have read for themselves. It was several hundred years later before the Bible was available translated into English. Today, we have a choice of Bibles and we should value them, using them regularly.

Next Sunday we will be keeping ALL SAINTS.

Tuesday 2nd November All Souls Day – Requiem Mass at 19.30 p.m.

A list for names to be remembered is at the back of church. For those unable to attend the Evening Requiem there will be a short form of service at 10.00 a.m. in the Lady Chapel.

Sunday 14th November – REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY 09.45 (Parade Service) and (weather permitting) will conclude in the Garden of Remembrance.

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