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Everyone is welcome because we aim to be prayerful, listening people, filled with hope, nourished and empowered by Word and Eucharist, seeking to enable one another to develop our God given gifts for liturgy and service to others, sensitive and responsive to the joys and pains around us, open to all within the local community and beyond. We work together  for the building of God's kingdom.




 

Why even atheists should be praying for Pope Francis
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Whatever your experience; divorced/re-married, hurt by the Church, depressed, fearful, unforgiven rejected Whatever you wish to leave behind you; alcoholism, paedophilia, child abuse, prostitution, drug pushing, drug addiction, gambling, murder, adultery, wife/husband battering, pornography, abortion, coercing into abortion, thieving, burglary, vandalism, violence...                       Welcome!!

Readings for Mass
First Reading: Jeremiah 20:7-9
Responsorial Psalm:
Psalms 63:2, 3-4, 5-6, 8-9
Second Reading:
Romans 12:1-2
Gospel:
Matthew 16:21-27





















































































Sun 31st Aug 2014


LITURGY -  TWENTY-SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME




























 



  

 




















































































We extend our invitation to whoever you are; young, old, black, white, asylum seeker, immigrant, gay, lesbian, tearaway, rebel, stranger

whatever your situation; sick, healthy, unmarried, married, co-habiting, single parent, poor,rich, unemployed, employed,homeless,HIV/AIDS,disabled, bereaved, widowed, lapsed Catholic..         You are welcome!!

Scotland’s archbishops urge Catholics to vote in referendum










A sign outside the Scottish parliament advertising the date of the referendum


Scotland’s archbishops are urging Catholics to vote in next month’s independence referendum.

Archbishop Philip Tartaglia of Glasgow and Archbishop Leo Cushley of St Andrews and Edinburgh both issued messages to be read at Masses this weekend.

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Syria crisis appeal As the situation worsens, the people of Syria desperately need your prayers