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Sea Sunday

posted Jul 6, 2012, 10:53 AM by K C   [ updated Jul 6, 2012, 10:57 AM ]

Today is Sea Sunday and there will be a collection for the Apostleship of the Sea. 90% of world trade is transported by sea and the Apostleship of the Sea provides practical and pastoral care to all seafarers visiting our shores.

KIKAMBALA CHILDREN’S HOME IN KENYA. Times are hard and costs have risen, especially School fees. We have recently sent £540.00. William at the home thanks you all.

Fr.Ben Grist, one of our students at Oscott College in Birmingham is very ill. He was Ordained to the Priesthood last Saturday. Please pray for him. Copies of a letter from him are at the back of Church

MY MANY THANKS to all who have cleaned the Church for so many years and have decided the time has come to hand on the work to others. I am pleased to say a number of people have come forward to start cleaning in the near future. My thanks to the new cleaners who will be contacted by Christine Nowak.

An invitation to all young people age 14 and above

Come to our main diocesan youth event of the year - the 'Ignite Festival' 14th-15th July. Held at Sacred Heart School, Swaffham, the weekend will include faith based talks and workshops, Taizé prayer, live music, and an opportunity for football coaching! Full details at

Please see notice board and leaflets in Church. I hope this will attract our young adults.

There will be a Pilgrimage of Reparation and Consecration next Sunday 14th July, at the Chapel of Reconciliation starting at 1 pm in Elmham Gardens to pray for the protection of the true meaning of marriage. See Notice Board for further details.

Weekly Collection: Loose £187.20, Gift Aid £302.00, Total £489.20. Our weekly need is about £500. 1/3 of our money goes to the Diocese. Please plan your giving before Mass and be as generous as you can. If you pay tax please covenant, as we receive another 25p in the £1. For more details contact Covenant Officer John Morling on 01328 700575.

I am always available to visit you at home, bless the house etc.

Fr. Tony Webb.