The session will seek to pull real life lessons from the selected readings. Scripture Texts will be provided but please bring your own, favoured, bible
The Parish Pilgrimage will take place on Saturday 1st June 2019. Our venue will be Harvington Hall, a moated Medieval/Tudor House near Kidderminster; now owned by the Archdiocese of Birmingham it was once the home of the recusant family, the Pakingtons. It served as a safe haven for Catholic priests during penal times and contains many Priests’ Hiding Places. The approximate cost will be £26 per person based on 30 adults (children free). Please sign the list if you would like to join us to gauge interest (no commitment at this stage).
– inspired by Pope Francis’ letter “Evangelii Gaudium” this first session focuses on ‘Why and what we believe” 2pm in Greyfriars and repeated at 7pm in The Retro Choir
St Francis was said to have a heart for the poor – this second session focuses on ‘How saints help us today”
“Being a witness for Christ” – this third session focuses on ‘How catholics can make a difference”
A Passion for `Jesus – this fourth session focuses on ‘Bringing the Bible Alive”
he Joy of the Gospel pt 5 – Alive in Christ – this final session focuses on ‘Exploring Mission through service and the Holy Spirit”
We seek to provide the citizens of Clevedon and other visitors to Hill Rd with the chance to light a candle for themselves or a friend/family member. They may choose to add a short prayer – which we shall remember at Mass in that evening and on Sunday 14th July
During this event we shall invite “passers-by” to light a candle for a friend or relative. Should they wish to so do we will ask if they would like to write a few words re that friend – these words will be offerred up as we pray for the individual at all Masses over the weekend.
If you would like to be involved please contact Peter Kehoe or the parish Office