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It is a great sadness for us all that we cant have public Mass celebrated as a parish family. But in this extraordinary most painful and difficult moments in history, we are called to change our normal routines and regular … Continue reading
PARISH LIFE IN RELATION TO THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC Dear brothers & sisters in Christ, This is a lent like we never haven’t experienced before. It is like we are in real terms entering into wilderness with the Lord. A time … Continue reading
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ASH WEDNESDAY: Ash Wednesday is this Wednesday. It is a gateway to Lent. We have forty precious days to open ourselves up most particularly to God, to examine ourselves in the presence of one who created us, knows us, and … Continue reading
As we are celebrating Mother’s Day, or Mothering Sunday this Sunday, we honour mothers and other mother figures, such as grandmothers, stepmothers and mothers-in-law. Mothers, we thank you and we love you.
The Sick: Rosario Alfonso, Rosalie Hickey, Anastatsia Ogbonna, Agnelo Fernades, Nilojan Mariyathas, Betty Joyce, Tony Hardy, Esther Daley, Norman Mendonca, Irene Mendonca, Julianna Hayfron, Nino Abel, Albert Folvi, Marciana Tangcay, Geoff Blwyddin Helena O’Connor, Pat Nolan, Norah Bolger, Anne Scanlon, Fortunata D’Souza, … Continue reading
FEAST DAY OF SENIOR SANTO NINO The Feast of Santo Nino is held on the second Sunday in January. Devotion to the Santo Niño (Holy Child), an image of Jesus as a small boy typically dressed as a king, is … Continue reading
The next one will be SATURDAY 11th JANUARY starting at 9:15am with MORNING PRAYER, adoration, devotions, talk, confessions, and a SPECIAL MASS at 11am followed by anointing of the sick and prayer over people. It is a wonderful opportunity to spend … Continue reading
Epiphany is the day we recall the visit of the three Kings, or Magi, to the infant Jesus. Tradition gives them names and identifies particular gifts that they offered: The first King was Melchior, which means “King of Light”. His … Continue reading
SIMBANG GABI (Filipino for “Night Mass”) is a devotional nine-day series of Masses practiced by Roman Catholics in the Philippines in anticipation of Christmas. There will be Simbang Gabi Masses in our church from the 16th Dec-24th Dec (16th Dec … Continue reading
A YEAR OF THE WORD In this new liturgical year, Year A, we reflect and ponder of Matthews’ Gospel. This year is a special Year in England & Wales– “A Year of the Word” we commit ourselves to make use … Continue reading
CHRISTMAS DECORATION: All are requested to come and help in decorating the Church on Saturday 14th December after the 6:30pm Mass. Many thanks.