Newsletter: 15th July 2018


Psalter Week 3
15th Sunday of Ordinary Time – Year B
6:00pm(Sat) (STA) Vigil Holy Mass
7:30am (STA) Holy Mass
9:00am (AS) Holy Mass
11:00am (AS) Holy Mass
6:30pm (AS) Holy Mass

During the Week – Year II
Monday (STA) Memorial – Our Lady of Mount Carmel
9:30am Rosary
10:00am Holy Mass followed by Adoration
Tuesday(AS) Feria
9:30am Rosary
10:00am Holy Mass followed by Adoration
Wednesday (STA) Feria
10:00am Holy Mass followed by Rosary
Thursday (AS) Feria
10:00am Holy Mass followed by Rosary
Friday (STA) Feria
8:30am Holy Mass followed by Rosary
Saturday (STA) Feria
9:30am Holy Mass followed by Adoration
10:00-10:30am CONFESSIONS

STA: St Thomas Aquinas Church, Sycamore Avenue, MK2 2JE
AS: All Saints Church, Shenley Road, MK3 6HG

Please join Pope Francis this month in praying for: Evangelisation: Priests and their Pastoral Ministry That priests, who experience fatigue and loneliness in their pastoral work, may find help and comfort in their intimacy with the Lord and in their friendship with their brother priests.

Month of Prayer for our Sick and Housebound and those who care for them and their vocation within the church.

SVP Retiring Collection
this weekend

3 pm Tuesday 31st July: St Thomas Aquinas Church
An opportunity for those with Dementia and their carers to come together to celebrate Mass and spend some time together in a friendly and supportive environment.
All are very welcome to attend.

MOTHERS’ PRAYER GROUP 28th JULY (Please note this is a changed date from 21st July) … meets on Saturdays 3: 00-5:00 pm at St Thomas Aquinas Meeting Room. Future Dates: 18th August /22nd September / 20th October / 24th November / 15th December

Marriage & Family Life Project Worker
(15 hours/week: 2 year fixed term contract)
We are currently recruiting for this post to develop Catholic Marriage Preparation in the Diocese.
Closing date Monday 16th July.
OR phone 01604 714840
The Diocese of Northampton are looking for new members to join our local Safeguarding Commission. If you have current safeguarding knowledge and expertise, then you would be an ideal candidate! This is a valuable way in which to become part of the safeguarding structure for our diocese and provides an opportunity to make a difference. As a Member, your role will include attendance at Commission meetings, which take place four times a year in Northampton. If you are interested in learning more about becoming a Commission Member, please contact Danielle Dixon on 01604 723514. For further information, please refer to the Safeguarding Commission page of the Diocesan website.

Awareness Session for Group Leaders
All Group Leaders in the parish are invited to an awareness session entitled ‘What is exploitation’ on 2nd October 2018 at St Mary’s Parish Hall, Aspley Hill, Woburn Sands, MK17 8NN. Arrival at 1.30pm for a 2pm start until 3.30pm. The session is being facilitated by the Thames Valley Police Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) Manager, under the theme of safeguarding and vulnerability . Please contact Marie Day (Parish Safeguarding Rep) if interested.

43 cases, packed with ‘unmentionable’ treasures are now with the Sisters in Lusaka. More cases ,,, cases … please as the Sisters are returning in October. Please leave in Sacristy. Many thanks Angela White.

29th July – 2nd August
There are still a few places available for this year’s Summer Camp at Alton Castle. Coach travel is provided from Slough and Northampton with other stops possible if demand is sufficient.
With archery, climbing, dance, abseiling, messy games, daily Mass, Reconciliation, talks, walks, a day at Alton Towers theme park, a surprise day out, sleeping in a castle and so much more this is truly a great opportunity. Contact Fiona at: to book a place. So if you know 11-18yr olds who want to enjoy their faith with
other young Catholics please let them know about Summer Camp.
SEPO Presents …
‘A Night of Music’
7.30 pm Friday 27th July MK Irish Centre
Tickets £5. Proceeds to Parish Charity ‘Sepo’

APPEAL for Childrens’ T-Shirts {5-11 years}
We have recently heard of school children, in Zambia, whose t-shirts are literally ‘in tatters’.
They attend school in an extremely deprived area of the country and receive education outdoors. The clothing is scheduled to be despatched in August and should you be able to help, kindly leave any items (bagged) at the back of church marked for ‘Angela White’. Many thanks.

With every blessing for the week ahead
Fr Christopher & Fr Benedetto,

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