A message from Fr John

Posted on: 26/06/2020

Dear Friends

Good morning 
Well it’s good for the Harris’s and not so good for the Stansburys! Next season it’s the turn of the very best!
This morning we might pray for patience - courtesy of the Jesuits
Take a moment to relax and settle into stillness. Notice the natural rhythm of you breath and give thanks for the life it gives. Bidden or not bidden, God is present.
Let nothing disturb you,
Let nothing frighten you, 
All things will pass away.
God never changes;
Patience obtains all things,
Whoever has God lacks nothing. 
God alone suffices.
Amen
St Teresa of Avila

We pray for those who are sick especially 

Adela, Winnie, Sylvia, Joe, Susan, Irene, Paddy, Janet, Maureen and Audrey

For those who have died especially 

Fr Peter, Michael, Roy, Alf, Malcolm, Elsie, Matthew, Anne, Stella, Chris, Kenneth, Carol Ann, Ingeburg, Winnie, Patricia, Eileen, Maureen, Joan, Frank, Robert, Lynda, Cecilia, Lourdes, Dale, John, Eileen, Michael, Graham, Maria, Andrew, Gladys, Ellen, Patrick, Pauline, Michael, Alice, Gordon, Mary, William, Elsie, Lynn, Pauline, Richard, Tom, Paula, Michael, Susan, Denis and Antoinette.

Please pray for Joan Taylor whose ashes are being interred today
St Joseph, pray for us and for all those who mourn
Every blessing
Fr John
PS Mass is at 5.00pm today

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