Those who are unwell, including:  
Lawrence Robinson, John Butterworth, Kath Joyce, Phyllis Morgan-Fann, Claudia Heim, Eileen Nagle,  Audrey Dowling, Luisa Busandri, Martin Donoghue, Theresa Dillon, Daya and Jasmine Amole, John Keane, Lucy Jones Marian Trapani, Megan O’Brien, Hannah Fennell, Alison Hughes , Fr Tom Egan and Terry Bright.

All those who have died recently, including:
Sofia Carroz, Geoff Smale, Frankie Downing and Jean McCreach.

Acts 1: 1-11
The apostles stand on the road but the road is for travelling, not for standing still on.

Ephesians 1: 17-23
Paul calls us to see what can be, not just what is.

Matthew 28: 16-20
Whatever will happen in the future, whatever days you have to come, you may be sure of one thing: Jesus will be with you.

Acts 2:14: 36-41
In a loud voice Peter proclaims that the one who was crucified is the Christ.

1 Peter 2: 20 -25

Christ Jesus leaves an example.  Through his wounds we are healed.

John 10: 1-10
Jesus uses the images of shepherd, sheep and sheepfold to show his love for us.

Acts 6: 1-7
The ministry of deacons is established for the care of those who are poor in order to free the apostles for the ministry of the word.

1 Peter 2: 4-9
Close to Jesus, we are a holy priesthood, offering with Jesus the spiritual sacrifices he has made acceptable to God.

John 14: 1-12
Jesus is the Way, the Truth and the Life.  He leads us to the Father’s house, where there is a place for all of us.

Acts 2:14. 22-23
God raised Jesus to life, and all his disciples are witnesses to that.

1 Peter 1: 17-21
It is through Christ that we have faith in God, who raised him from the dead. 

Luke 24: 13-35
The risen Lord walks with his disciples and talks to them on the road.