THIS WEEK (13th January 2019)
Rite of Welcome and Anointing at 9 & 10am Masses of babies/children soon to be baptised. The babies/children are presented to the Faith Community; prayed for; and anointed, seeking 'protection' from all that is not of God.
First Holy Communion Inscription at Morning Masses: all the children who have begun their preparation to receive Christ in the Eucharist in June, are asked if they wish to participate; if they will actively get involved in the preparation sessions. The parents are asked to support them during this time of preparation.
Rite of Welcome at 7pm for those adults on ‘Journey in Faith’ and preparing, with God’s grace, for Baptism, Reception into Full Communion, or Confirmation at Easter or there abouts. They are welcomed and prayed for.
Confirmation Candidates meet in St Boniface to continue their preparation to be Confirmed in the Summer
The Baptism of the Lord -- January 13, 2019
“I, the Lord, have called you for the victory of justice,” Do you feel the Lord calling you to consider becoming a priest, deacon or consecrated religious? To explore further, contact Fr. John Cooke. [email protected] or call 01329 318 869
Parish Theme: 'Disciples..........'...........watch this space
Pope Francis’ Intention for January 2019: Evangelisation That young people, especially in Latin America, follow the example of Mary and respond to the call of the Lord to communicate the joy of the Gospel to the world.
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.
This website has been prepared for you, the parishioner, for our visitors and for those in the local community who are interested in the parish. This website provides a summary of the many activities, groups and organisations that function in this vibrant parish. We welcome contributions and anyone can submit an article.
To all new arrivals, we extend a very warm welcome. We would be grateful if you would complete a census form and return it to the parish office so that our records may be kept up to date. Be assured, that in doing so you are not committing yourselves to anything.
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Sunday Mass Times
7:00 pm - (Sat in Polish)
9:00 am - (Sun)
11:00 am - (Sun)
7:00 pm - (Sun)
6:15 pm - (Sat)
10:00 am - (Sun)
FROGZ SPRING 2019 TERM DATES