17th Week in Ordinary Time 2020
King Solomon asked for the gift of wisdom. Jesus describes this wisdom in terms of a treasure for which one is prepared to give up everything else. This treasure is the kingdom of God – the presence and reign of God in the world which gives shape and direction to our lives. In calling us to follow him Jesus gives us entry into this kingdom. If we are truly wise we will be prepared to sacrifice everything in order to be part of God’s kingdom.
It is no longer be necessary to book a place for weekday Masses. For the present we will continue to do so for weekends. John Bolger is co-ordinating this and can be contacted on 01692 581516 or 07526 369318 (mobile) or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday Masses are at the normal times. Weekday Masses are as follows: Tuesday: 9.30 at Sacred Heart, Wednesday: 9.30 at St Helen’s, Friday: 9.30 at St John of the Cross.
The New Dawn Virtual Conference, based in Walsingham, will take place from 31st July to 2nd August. Anyone can take part and it can be accessed at: www.newdawn.org.uk
Remembering Bob Maidment – Mass & Picnic in the Garden at Ivy Cottage, Wickmere on Wednesday 12th August. Details from Katie on 01263 577784 or email email@example.com. RSVP by Monday 10th August.
Remember to pray for all our sick parishioners: Maria Wilby, Matt Butler, John Gowing, Derek and Frances Palman, Kevin Fitzmaurice, Graham Burdett and Mary Carr.
We remember David Battigan who died recently and those whose anniversaries occur at this time: Anthony Randall, Florence Cullingford, Victor Azzard, Feliks Szuminski, Edmond O’Flaherty, Mary Bianco, Derek Rayfield, Michael Conroy and Jennifer Copeman.
The total for last weekend’s collection (N.Walsham & Hoveton) was £438.