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Sunday 26th March 2017. Fourth Sunday of Lent
News - Newsletters
Written by Parish Office   
Friday, 24 March 2017 13:31

LENT 2017:
Lent offers us an opportunity to deepen the meaning and value of our Christian lives. In the Lenten period the Church makes it her duty to propose some specific tasks that accompany the faithful in this process of interior renewal: these are prayer, fasting and almsgiving.

DEVOTIONS FOR LENT
STATIONS OF THE CROSS:

Every Friday after the 10 am Mass and at 7.30 pm. This Friday’s stations of the cross will be led by the Saturday Morning Club.

EXPOSITION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT:
Monday – Friday 6.45 am – 7.45 am
Sunday 26th March 1.30 – 5.30 pm.

LENTEN COLLECTION FOR THE HOMELESS:
We will be collecting tins and toiletries during Lent for Barnet Homeless Action. Please leave any donations in the box at the back of the Church – thank you.

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Sunday 26th March. Please Pray For
Pray - Prayer Intentions
Written by Parish Office   
Friday, 24 March 2017 13:30

PLEASE PRAY FOR ALL THOSE WHO ARE UNWELL:
Patricia O’Donnell, Epiphany Ortiz, Valerie Jacobs, Roy Scott, Jean Payne, Jill Sherwood, George Kumbu, Bernard Zucconi, Elizabeth Hosford, Donal McLoughlin, Richard Rayney, Paul Fitzgerald, Margaret Catracchia and Kathleen Maher.

PLEASE PRAY FOR ALL THOSE WHO HAVE RECENTLY DIED:
Teresa Connor and Thomas Carberry.

 
Sunday 26th March. This Week's Readings
Pray - Sunday Readings
Written by Redemptorist Publications   
Friday, 24 March 2017 13:29

1 Samuel 16:1. 6-7. 10-13
Many of Jesse’s sons would have looked the part of king to succeed the disgraced Saul.  Yet David, the youngest and almost forgotten, is anointed by Samuel as God’s choice of King.

Ephesians 5: 8-14
A people once in the darkness are now light in the Lord.  As such, we are called to live as children of the light, shunning sin and darkness.

John 9: 1-41
Jesus cures a man born blind, but in the discourse that follows, it becomes apparent that those with physical sight can still be in total darkness in terms of awareness of God.


 
Sunday 19th March 2017. Third Sunday of Lent
News - Newsletters
Written by Parish Office   
Friday, 17 March 2017 11:37

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION 2017:
Parents are reminded of their meeting on Tuesday 21st March at 8 pm.  The children’s session is Saturday 25th at 10 am and the Family Mass at 11.15 am on Sunday is for the whole family.

CONFIRMATION 2017:
The next session is on Saturday 25th March at 5 pm.

BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT:
If would like to talk to one of our volunteers please fill out a form at the back of the Church and hand it in to the Parish Office.

FAIR TRADE FORTNIGHT:
Next weekend, 25th/26th March, the Fair Trade stall will be open after all Masses and will stock Real Easter Eggs, made with Fair Trade chocolate and telling the real Easter story.

Last Updated on Sunday, 19 March 2017 16:55
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Scouts Sleep Out To Help the Homeless
News - Newsletters
Written by Russ Lawrence   
Saturday, 11 March 2017 10:41

Members of our very own 22nd Southgate Scout Group slept out on cardboard and in tents last December to raise funds and awareness about homelessness. The full story is here in Enfield Today.

Last Updated on Saturday, 11 March 2017 10:45
 
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Sunday Readings

1 Samuel 16:1. 6-7. 10-13
Many of Jesse’s sons would have looked the part of king to succeed the disgraced Saul.  Yet David, the youngest and almost forgotten, is anointed by Samuel as God’s choice of King.

Ephesians 5: 8-14
A people once in the darkness are now light in the Lord.  As such, we are called to live as children of the light, shunning sin and darkness.

John 9: 1-41
Jesus cures a man born blind, but in the discourse that follows, it becomes apparent that those with physical sight can still be in total darkness in terms of awareness of God.


Prayer Intentions

PLEASE PRAY FOR ALL THOSE WHO ARE UNWELL:
Patricia O’Donnell, Epiphany Ortiz, Valerie Jacobs, Roy Scott, Jean Payne, Jill Sherwood, George Kumbu, Bernard Zucconi, Elizabeth Hosford, Donal McLoughlin, Richard Rayney, Paul Fitzgerald, Margaret Catracchia and Kathleen Maher.

PLEASE PRAY FOR ALL THOSE WHO HAVE RECENTLY DIED:
Teresa Connor and Thomas Carberry.