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A message from Fr John

Posted: 06 June 2020

The news doesn’t get any better; large numbers of people in this country and worldwide are still contracting the virus, and sadly many people are dying.

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A message from Fr John

Posted: 05 June 2020

At last a little rain that might just soak through to the roots. Today is the feast of St Boniface - some say he is the greatest ever Englishman and certainly a great European.

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A message from Fr John

Posted: 04 June 2020

Further to yesterday’s little reminder about reaching out to the wider Church through Missio/Red Box and Cafod,

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A message from Fr John

Posted: 03 June 2020

Good morning - I hope you’re well The rain has arrived - welcome relief for lawns, vegetables and flowers

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A message from Fr John

Posted: 02 June 2020

We had a delightful Poetry Evening last night - only 45 minutes but a good selection of poems from a wide variety of sources.

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A message from Fr John

Posted: 01 June 2020

Good morning, I hope you and your families are well

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A message from Fr John

Posted: 31 May 2020

Happy Feast Day - Pentecost Sunday and the culmination of all that Easter promises: new life for all in the Holy Spirit.

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Parish Contributions

Posted: 31 May 2020

The normal offertory cash donations and the offertory envelope scheme are suspended for the time being owing to the lock-down situation.

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A message from Fr John

Posted: 30 May 2020

Another beautiful day in Africa - a quote from where? (no prizes)

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A message from Fr John

Posted: 29 May 2020

Apologies - someone sent some recommended reading and I accidentally deleted it.

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A message from Fr John

Posted: 28 May 2020

I hope you  don’t mind my cheating a little this morning. I came across a delightful article in The Tablet which I think says so much of what I would like to say but the author says it so much better.

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A message from Fr John

Posted: 27 May 2020

'It was said of Abbot Agatho that for three years he carried a stone in his mouth until he learned to be silent.'

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