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PUBLIC MASSES FROM 11 JANUARY
Sunday at 9am
Friday at 9am
This is under constant review: more Masses will return in due course.
All Masses have to be stewarded and the church cleaned afterwards – thank you to our volunteers.
Walk With Me Lenten prayer journey booklets are available after Mass, or contact Fr Stephen direct. (Pandemic regulations mean we cannot just leave them out for people to help themselves – sorry).
There will be extra prayers and devotions as well as the usual weekly round of worship.
Exposition at 6.30pm will include meditative readings and can be seen and heard here.
The Poet’s Gospel An exploration of the Gospel in blank verse. This is an online resource produced by the Churches Together in Britain and Ireland Visit https://ctbi.org.uk/lent-study-2021/ and listen to the first part, whenever suits you. We then reflect and discuss via a Zoom meeting, logging on from 6.50pm on Wednesday for the discussion. Please email email@example.com for the link to the meeting
Exposition live streamed from St Joseph the Worker with meditative readings and can be seen and heard here
Stations of the Cross
Livestream Stations on Wednesday 24 February 9.45am, join in here Simple pictures to use when listening to a service of Stations are here Images of the Stations
Various Stations of the Cross complete with readings are here. You might find some more helpful than others, of course –
Carmelite Stations of the Cross
Stations: Aid to the Church in need
Stations reflecting on the pandemic
LENT PARISH ART PROJECT
An invitation for each of us to make an individual contribution to an Easter display. The details are here Lent Cross project 2021. We hope to create together a colour co-ordinated Easter resurrection cross
CAFOD Walk for Water Fundraiser
Deacon Leo and Fr Stephen as team STM Clergy are going to walk 10,000 steps a day for Lent to raise money to support communities who struggle to reach clean water safely and easily. You may read details of the campaign here. You can sponsor the clergy here by clicking on one of their names and following the prompts. Thank you for any support you can give.
Confession remains available by appointment and is celebrated outside to minimise the risks of spreading Covid-19. Please ask.