‘The Story of St Paul’ by Fr Jerome Murphy-O’Connor OP
19 June 2008 - Westminster Cathedral Hall, Victoria Street, London

A renowned scholar on the Letters of St. Paul and an accomplished and engaging speaker, Fr Jerome Murphy-O’Connor OP will give a talk ‘The Story of St Paul’ on Thursday 19th June at 7.30pm at Westminster Cathedral Hall, Victoria Street, London SW1P 1QJ.  Cardinal Murphy-O’Connor will give an Introduction. There will be time for questions.

For more information and contact details, click here.

Monday
Penitential Services 2.30pm & 7.30pm. 

Tuesday
Confessions 6.45pm-7.15pm
(please note the change of time)
7.30pm: Talk led by Fr Tom, “Hebrews & The Suffering Servant” 

Wednesday
Confessions 10.30am-11am.
7.30pm: Talk led by Fr Damian,
“An exploration of the Theology of the Passion in John’s Gospel” 

Maundy Thursday
8pm Mass of the Lord’s Supper.
Watching until 10.30pm, concluding with the Office of Readings. 

Good Friday
Confessions 10am-11am.
11.30am Family Stations of the Cross.
3pm.  Solemn Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion.
7.15pm Seven Last words – Haydn 

Holy Saturday
8pm Vigil & First Mass of Easter. 

Easter Sunday
Masses at 8.30am, 9.45am, 11.15am & 12.30pm.
NB No evening Mass on Easter Sunday.

The Saturday Club is for people with learning disabilities, and their family and friends. The club is in partnership with Parishes and St Joseph’s Pastoral Centre,  working with people with learning disabilities

23rd February 2008 WHETSTONE, 3pm-5pm
St Mary Magdalen’s Parish Hall
Athenaeum Rd, London N20
Contact: Rita Ayers 020 8445 8949

8th March 2008 NEW SOUTHGATE, 3pm-5pm
Our Lady of Lourdes Church Hall
Bowes Road, London N11
Contact: Libby Biberian Tel: 07960 226421

Even if you normally attend Saturday or Sunday evening Masses, think about popping along to the church this Sunday morning when not only will the uniformed groups be holding one of their famous Big Breakfasts (bring an empty stomach), but there will be a display of the many newspapers, magazines, publications and goods available from the Repository, and we will be having the first appearance of the Our Lady of Lourdes Fair Trade stall, with delicious - and fairly priced to consumers and producers - foodstuffs from around the world.

2008 sees the introduction of a Fair Trade stall to our parish, beginning in Fair Trade Fortnight on Sunday, February 24th.

Fair Trade means that the growers/producers in developing countries obtain a stable price sufficient to sustain and improve their farm or business and to give their families a better future for example by being able to afford to send their children to school.

Often this involves small family businesses banding together to form co-operatives to sell and export their goods. If these businesses employ others they must pay them a living wage and not exploit them.