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News for week beginning 21st July 2019.pdf

Joint Statement of the Diocese of East Anglia and St Peter and All Souls parish on All Souls Church Building

A warm welcome to all who are visitors to our parish.

Please join us for tea and coffee after Mass (All Souls 10.45am Our Lady of Lourdes 9.15 am)

If you are new to the parish, let us know (parishpriest@stpeterandallsouls.org.uk)

Children and young people are welcome to our children's liturgy during 10.45 am Mass or to come along to the many activities of our youth group designed for older children and teenagers

If you or your loved ones are housebound or in a hospital / nursing home, please contact the parish clergy, or speak to the nursing staff. Arrangements will be made for a visit, blessing, anointing, or Holy Communion.

Parish Diary

Everyone is welcome to all regular events in our parish (see below)

Groups

CH – Church, PC- Parish Centre, Lib-Library. OLOL -Our Lady of Lourdes

Divine Office/Morning Prayer:

9:10am Mon - Fri, Sat. with Mass

Rosary: After weekday morning Mass (CH)

Divine Mercy Chaplet:

After 12.30 Mass Friday

Benediction Saturday 10.50 am

Come & See/RCIA:

7.30pm Weds. Oct to May (PC)

Friday Coffee: 9.15-11.15 am (PC)

Mothers Prayers:

Tuesday after 9.30 Mass

Ecumenical Prayer Breakfast: 8am 1st Sat. of month each Church by rotation




Special Places of Prayer around All Souls Church

Click on the thumbnail picture to visit.







The Apparition of Our Lady of La Salette





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Newsletter for this week

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Newsletter for this week: 21st July (pdf)


 

Joint Statement on All Souls Church Building:

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Joint Statement of the Diocese of East Anglia and St Peter and All Souls parish on All Souls Church Building:

Following the recent parish council meeting 17th June 2019 with the attendance of Vicar General Fr. David Bagstaff, Finance Director Matthew Fernandez-Graham and the Dean of Peterborough Fr. Jeffrey Downie, we would like to assure all parishioners that:

  • The Church building is safe to use and equipped with a monitoring system that detects any movement.This system is being serviced by Canham Consulting, a professional company working for the diocese.
  • Following the refusal of the claim presented by our Parish and the Diocese to our insurers, an appeal has been launched. As a result of the appeal an independent expert is to be appointed to provide a report which will be accepted by the insurers and the Diocese.
  • The structural propping works and security fence erected in Jan 2019 around the Church, which was hired by the Diocese, has now been purchased in full and is the property of the Diocese. The Parish is very grateful to the Diocese of East Anglia for generously paying for this System and HERAS fencing.
  • The Diocese and the parish are working closely together towards accomplishing the reparation of our Church building and we will keep you informed of the next steps.

As we celebrate SS Peter & Paul Solemnity, which is our Parish main celebration, we ask you all for your prayers that with the help of our main Patron Saint prayers, we may reach a lasting and satisfactory conclusion.

 

Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession)

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At All Souls: Saturday 10-11 am

At Our Lady of Lourdes Friday 5.30-6pm before Mass. Sunday before 9.15am Mass

Or on request.


 

All Souls Repository

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We have a repository (shop) at the back of the church -open 6pm Saturday Mass and 8.30 am Sunday. Come and have a look. Customers and volunteer shopkeepers welcome!

 

Patients In Hospital – IMPORTANT

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The Hospital Chaplains have asked that we make people aware that if they or a relation are going into hospital, please inform the Hospital Chaplaincy Team at the hospital so that they can be visited and supported.

If the patient is a Roman Catholic please also inform the Parish Priest and Roman Catholic Chaplain on duty. This is because of Patient Confidentiality the hospital will not inform the Chaplaincy Team. It is up to the family to do so

 

foodbank
Urgent appeal for donations to Foodbank – anything other than baked beans and pasta. Please bring to the Church so that the warehouse can be restocked. Thank you.






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