26th Week in Ordinary Time 2020
27th September – 3rd October
Today we focus on the second Mass reading. It includes a beautiful and profound hymn which expresses the emptying out and glorification of Christ articulating in a powerful way the heart of the mystery of Christ.
This year Family Fast Day is on Friday the 9th of October. Although this is a difficult time for us, our families and our parishes, CAFOD encourages us to look beyond our immediate situation to communities across the world, many of whom have far less in the way of resources than we do. This is an opportunity for Christians everywhere to unite in solidarity with the poorest and most vulnerable people and communities in the world helping them to survive, rebuild and heal. As in previous years we are asked to eat less on Family Fast Day and to bring what we save to church on the following Sunday. You can also simply make a donation to CAFOD. Donation envelopes will be given out this weekend.
We are looking for bicycles for a group of asylum seekers. If you have one to spare please let me know.
If you wish to attend a Sunday Mass you need to book a place with the co-ordinator for each church:
John Bolger at Sacred Heart – 01692 581516 (email@example.com);
Fran Ludden at Aylsham – 07849 602227 (firstname.lastname@example.org);
Richard McGreevy, Hoveton – 01603 738255 (email@example.com)
At present there is no need to book a place for a weekday Mass.
Weekday Masses: Tuesday: 9.30 at Sacred Heart, Wednesday: 9.30 at St Helen’s, Friday: 9.30 at St John of the Cross.
Please pray for our sick parishioners: Maria Wilby, Matt Butler, John Gowing, Derek and Frances Palman, Kevin Fitzmaurice and Mary Carr.
We remember those whose anniversaries occur at this time: Jack Roberts, Olga Kerr and John (Jack) Barrett.
Last week’s collection: £ 402.30 Standing orders: £533.00.