THIS WEEK (10th February 2019)
Thoughts for the week:
- ‘…….they left everything and followed him’ (Gospel). What have you had to ‘leave behind’ to follow Jesus? Bad habits, selfishness, sin……..? What do you still need to ‘leave behind’?
- ‘Here I am, send me’ Isaiah says in the first reading. What have you volunteered for? At home? At work? In society? In the Church/Parish? What should you be ‘volunteering’ for?
- When have you been aware of the ‘grace of God’ working in you as it did in St Paul (2nd reading)? Do you ask God to ‘grace you’? Do you seek God’s grace? Vincent Harvey
'Welcoming & First Anointing' at 9am & 11am Masses of children soon to be baptised. 'Welcome' to the Church, to the Faith, to the Parish Family..........
Godfrey Doyle available after the 10am & 7pm Masses for anyone who wishes to know more about the Parish Pilgrimage to Malta in October
Retiring collection for the ongoing maintenace of our parish buildings
Confirmation preparation for those enrolled into the process: St Boniface at 2pm.
Baptism of Adaugo in St Edmund.............
Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time – February 10, 2019
Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, "Whom shall I send?” Do you think that the Lord wants to send you as a as a priest, deacon, sister or brother? To explore further, contact Fr. John Cooke. [email protected] or call 01329 318 869
Pope Francis’ Intention for February 2019: Universal: For a generous welcome of the victims of human trafficking, of enforced prostitution, and of violence.
St. Joseph's and St. Edmund's ...
is a warm, welcoming and diverse Catholic community at the heart of Southampton. People from across the globe come regularly to worship here at one of the several Sunday or weekday Masses. Catholics and people of any Christian community or faith (or none) are able to use St Edmund's Church as a place of quiet and reflection throughout the day.
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