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Bro Michael Taylor CSsR: We warmly congratulate Michael on renewing his vows as a member of our Redemptorist Congregation last Tuesday, the Feast of our founder, St Alphonsus. We thank him for all he has contributed to our two parishes during his four week pastoral placement and wish him every happiness and success as he continues his studies for the priesthood. After a short holiday, he is due to go to Lourdes for three weeks, working in the City of the Poor before returning to London and the new term.

Lady Chapel: It has been decided to delay the start of the work for a fortnight. The number of special occasions, including weddings, during this time would have caused a series of delays, which would have hampered the vital first phase of the contract.

August: There will be no 7.00am Mass on weekdays during the coming month. It will recommence on Monday, 4 September. We thank Fr Charles and Bro Michael for  providing doughnuts, tea and coffee after the last 7.00am on Friday morning. It was a huge success and attended by nearly all the congregation.

Also there will be no Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament until further notice.

SUMMERTIME: Although the weather seems to be taking a turn for the worse, all the schools have now broken up and we may legitimately move into holiday mode. As usual there will be no 7.00am Mass during August, but we will retain it for the coming week. Please note that from this weekend St Mary’s has the summer timetable of just one Mass on Sunday mornings at 10.00am.

Becoming a Dementia friendly parish - From Fr. Tim

From St. Mary's Newsletter 22nd & 23rd July 2017

Becoming a Dementia Friendly Parish:  I would like to congratulate Ann O’Neill for organising the Dementia Information Session last Monday evening and thank you all for the wonderful turnout.  We have something very positive developing here and it is my hope that we can all work together to support our parishioners living with dementia and their carers, to enable them continue to come to church for as long as possible.  In conjunction with Dementia Friends UK we will continue to provide information and ‘Dementia Fact Sheets’ at the back of church and keep you informed of any further developments in our own community.  In the meantime, if you need any further information, please contact Ann in the parish office. You will also find a wealth of information on the Dementia Friends website at:  www.dementiafriends.org 

TODAY IS THE SOLEMNITY OF THE MOST HOLY REDEEMER: Brother Michael Taylor, our Redemptorist student, will speak at all the Masses. As always we thank you for all the support you give us in the mission both here in Britain and in Zimbabwe, the region under our Province’s special care.

And regarding Zimbabwe: a huge ‘Thank you’ to Frances Sibert, Jess, Joshua and Matthew for their recent visit to our mission. I know their efforts were greatly appreciated and in spite of a hiccup on the way back that they had a wonderful time

There will be a retiring collection for the education of our students and we thank you in anticipation of your usual generosity. Gift aid forms are available in the porch.

If you think you may have a vocation to be a Redemptorist priest or brother peak to Fr. Charles or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Schools: As our schools break up for the summer holidays, we wish all the staff and pupils an enjoyable few weeks and thank them for all the hard work during the past academic year.

NEXT SUNDAY IS THE SOLEMNITY OF THE MOST HOLY REDEEMER. 

This is the titular feast of the Redemptorists. Reminder to readers: the readings are quite challenging! Also there will be a retiring collection after all Masses for Redemptorist Students.

Michael Taylor: We welcome Michael, an old boy of the parish, and hope he enjoys the pastoral experience of working with us this month.

Schools. We are moving into those final weeks of the academic year and all they entail with Leavers’ Masses and final assemblies. Please pray especially for those students moving on to new schools, universities or the world of work.

FEAST OF OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL SUCCOUR: TUESDAY 27 JUNE. Our Novena comes to an end on   Tuesday. The final Mass at 7.30pm will be sung. Thank you to all those who have faithfully made the Novena, but remember it is never too late to join your prayers with everyone else’s, so let us have a wonderful final celebration on Tuesday evening.

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