We are asked to pray for the Sick of the Parish:
Elisabeth Ashe, Mary Banns, Josephine Barrell, Patricia Bath,
Minnie Bartholomew, Steven Brooks, Theresa Chalmers, Marie Coward,
Bob Duncan, John Ellwood, Mary Ellwood, Marion Gracey, Sue Kerr,
Alasdair Kirkpatrick, Tanya Maloy, Sheila Maye, Michael Osborne,
Elizabeth Page, Jackie Pipe, Mary Roberts, Paul Ronald, Rosemary Topham,
Mike Wells, Jamie Whittenbury, Margaret Zagdan.
We remember those whose Anniversaries occur w/c 27 September:
Rosina Ashley, Fr David Condon, William Crump, Florence Ellwood,
Dom Edmund Ford OSB, Dom Rupert Hall OSB, Doris Kirby, James Olanczuk,
Penelope Osborne, Michael Penman, Henry Smith, Madge Smith, Lilian Tyson
We continue to pray for those who have died recently, and for their bereaved family and friends.
Parishioners are reminded that in line with current legislation, no more than 30 people can be admitted to a funeral service – whether in a church, a churchyard or a crematorium; we’re also asked to observe social distancing out-of-doors as well as inside any building.
We think of all the others who have asked for our prayers for their Personal Intentions
We remember especially all those who are personally affected by the Coronavirus,
and the medical staff and carers who are working under extreme pressure
to care for us all.
In normal times, anyone can use
the Notice Board or the Prayer Intention Book.
These can be found by the Pulpit Door, beside the Lady Chapel,
– which is a quiet area in which our petitions can be made.
During the time of the Coronavirus/Covid-19 crisis, if you have any Special Intention you would like to have mentioned at a Mass, please drop Fr Martin a note at the presbytery or email him at email@example.com
Arrangements can then be made for the payment of any appropriate Stipend.