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ST AGNES PARISH BULLETIN 13TH MARCH 2022.. 2ND SUNDAY OF LENT

COLLECTION The weekly collection for the 27th February amounted to £1510.00. Thank you for your contribution. You can make your envelope contribution via the donate button on the Parish website home page as well. Face Coverings The Diocese strongly recommends that face coverings be worn at all times while in the church and throughout liturgical celebrations, […]

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ST AGNES PARISH BULLETIN 6TH MARCH 2022..1ST SUNDAY OF LENT

COLLECTION The weekly collection for the 27th February amounted to £1265.00. Sick and Retired Priest’s £510.00. Thank you for your contribution. You can make your envelope contribution via the donate button on the Parish website home page as well. Face Coverings The Diocese strongly recommends that face coverings be worn at all times while in the […]

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ST AGNES PARISH BULLETIN 20TH FEBRUARY 2022..7TH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR

COLLECTION The weekly collection for the 13th February amounted to £1215.00 Thank you for your contribution. You can make your envelope contribution via the donate button on the Parish website home page as well. Novena Collection  £1359.00 Thank you Face Coverings The Diocese strongly recommends that face coverings be worn at all times while in the […]

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St Agnes Parish Bulletin 9th January 2022 BAPTISM OF THE LORD

He came in search of John. He came in search of baptism. He came in search of blessing. He came in search of the Spirit. He came in search of God’s favour. He came in search of God’s love. The first active step that Jesus takes as he begins his ministry is to search. He […]

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St Agnes Parish Bulletin Sunday 28th November 2021 1ST SUNDAY OF ADVENT

Sunday 28th November 2021 – 1st Sunday of Advent The Synod on Synodality: Preparing our hearts and minds Pope Francis has invited every Diocese around the world to participate in the Universal Synod on Synodality. This Synod is a process of journeying together. As the Church, we will listen to each other, dialogue with each […]

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St Agnes Parish Bulletin 21st November 2021 CHRIST THE KING

 SUNDAY MASSES 9.30am 12.30pm  WEEKDAY MASSES Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday  10.00am SATURDAY MASSES 1pm 6.30pm Vigil         GUIDELINES FOR ATTENDING MASS IN AGNES’ • The wearing of face coverings while entering, leaving and moving around a church is MANDATORY The Diocese strongly recommends that face coverings be worn throughout liturgical celebrations, even when […]

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St Agnes Parish Bulletin 24th October 2021

    SUNDAY MASSES 9.30am 12.30pm  WEEKDAY MASSES Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday  10.00am SATURDAY MASSES 1pm 6.30pm Vigil  All SOULS DAY MASSES   6.30pm Monday 1st November 10.00 am Mass Tuesday 2nd November            COLLECTION FOR WORLD MISSION SUNDAY THIS WEEKEND  24TH OCTOBER 2021       COLLECTION The Weekly  collection for […]

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St Agnes Parish Bulletin 17th Oct 2021

    TWENTY-NINTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME 17TH OCTOBER 2021 1st Reading Isaiah 53:10-11 Responsorial Psalm Psalms 33:4-5, 18-19, 20, 22 2nd Reading Hebrews 4:14-16 Alleluia Mark 10:45 Gospel Mark 10:35-45 Or Mark 10:42-45     GUIDELINES FOR ATTENDING MASS IN AGNES’ • Face Coverings are mandatory when entering and exiting the church • The seating capacity of […]

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St Agnes Parish Bulletin 19th September 2021

19 September o Welcoming the ChildIn today’s gospel Jesus is instructing those who will follow on from him and carry on his work for future generations. He took a little child and said to the disciples, ‘Whoever welcomes one such child in my name welcomes me, and whoever welcomes me welcomes not me but the […]

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St Agnes Parish Bulletin 5th September 2021

 5 September o ‘Ephphatha’  This Sunday is the First Sunday of the Season of Creation, a global ecumenical season which runs from 1 September until the Feast of St Francis of Assisi, 4 October. All Christians are invited to embrace this season in prayer, especially in our liturgies, in deep reflection, in living more sustainably […]

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