Friday, 19 March 2021

Fifth Sunday of Lent

The Annunciation 
(tempera with gold leaf on raised tooled gesso on wooden panel) 
by Arthur Joseph Gaskin (1862-1928)

Two special celebrations this week.

On Tuesday the Bishops of England and Wales have asked that we all participate in the National Day of Reflection for Covid 19 to mark the anniversary of the first lockdown. We will do so here by offering a Votive Mass at 12 noon for deliverance from death in time of pestilence, according to the 1962 Missal.

Thursday is the Feast of the Annunciation. We will begin the Stations of the Cross by reciting the Angelus.

This Sunday marks the start of Passion Week. Liturgically, our Lenten preparations are ratcheted up a notch, as we see statues and images veiled in church.





Monday --- No public Mass today

Tuesday 12 noon (EF). Mass to mark the National Day of Reflection

Wednesday  9.30am.  Lenten Feria

Thursday: Feast of the Annunciation.  7pm STATIONS OF THE CROSS

Confessions following on from Stations

Friday 9.30am. Lenten Feria

Saturday 11.30 - 11.45am CONFESSIONS

                12 noon (EF) Feria in Passion Week

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