Notices

Current Mass times are:-

Weekdays:   12.30pm & 6pm  (church open from Midday)

Saturdays:   10am & 6pm  (church open from 9.30am)

Sundays:       8am, 9am (Extraordinary Form), 10.30am (Solemn with choir),

                      Midday, 4pm & 7pm  (church open from 7.30am)

 

At present, CONFESSIONS  are heard only on request: please feel free to ring the bell at the rectory at any (reasonable!) time and ask for a priest..

 

You are asked to leave a Red Sheet on the seat you have used so that it can be sanitised for the next user. If you have a smart phone you will find a QR bar code near the doors  which can be scanned and connects to the NHS app tracking & tracing Covid-19. If you do not have the app you can continue to leave details on the back of a red sheet.

 

The enrolment for the 2020/2021 Sacramental Programmes is ongoing. Forms are available at the back of church – and also online, (see the parish website). If you are a parent looking for First Holy Communion for a child, a teenager looking for Confirmation, or an adult wanting to know more about the Faith or to come into closer communion with the Catholic Church, then there is a programme for you.

 

CAFOD’s Harvest collection will be taken over the coming weekend of 24th/25th October. A donor has promised to match whatever is raised so there is a double motive for generosity this year. Envelopes are available at the back of church which can be used (with the Gift Aid section completed if applicable) to donate.

 

During November at least one Mass each day is offered for those whose names are included on the NOVEMBER DEAD LIST. Should you want names added to the List, pick up a form at the back of church and leave it either in the sacristy or the rectory door.

 

A cross-party group of MPs from the three largest parties in the UK Parliament have come together to bring forward the Abortion (cleft lip, cleft palate and club foot) Bill. The Bill will change the law to clarify that these (treatable conditions) are not ground for abortion in the UK. Can you help with getting your MP to support the Bill? Visit www.standupandsmile.org.uk for more information.

 

The soup kitchen organised by the Order of Malta is now functioning on Mondays as well as on Thursday evenings in the social centre.

 

If you can help the parish either by a one-off donation or by a commitment to regular giving, it would be greatly appreciated. More information from the parish office or use the bank details as set out below:-

 

                            HSBC  69 Pall Mall,  London SW1Y 5EY

                         Sort code: 40-05-20   Account no: 91094394

                                           WRCDT Spanish Place

                  

 

We are continuing to stream a Solemn Mass with the choir each Sunday at 10.30am. The link for the streaming is:-

   

               https://www.youtube.com/c/StJamessSpanishPlace