header04Fifteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time
12th July 2020
Sunday Cycle Year A Weekday Cycle Year 2 Office: Psalter Week 2


Sunday 12th July 15 Sunday

10.00am Mass Live stream only
12.00pm Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, Rosary and Benediction.

Monday 13th July

No Mass Today

Tuesday 14th July

10.00am Mass Live stream only

Wednesday 15th July 

10.00am Mass Live stream only

Thursday 16th July

No Mass Today

Friday 17th July

10.00am Mass Live stream only

Saturday 18th July

10.00am Mass Live stream only

Sunday 19th July 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time

10.00am Mass Live stream only
12.00pm Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, Rosary and Benediction.


I have loved you with an everlasting love so I am constant in my mercy for you.’
Jeremiah 31:3

Diocesan Prayer
God our Father, open the horizons of our minds and hearts so that we can see what hope your call holds for us. Pour out the overflowing gifts of your Spirit so that we, your Church, may become a people of hope for our world. We ask this through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God for ever and ever. Our Lady, Woman of Hope, pray for us.
St Peter, Rock of Hope, pray for us. St Paul, Apostle of Hope, pray for us.

Sick & HouseboundPlease remember in your prayers all the sick and housebound, in particular, those recently sick Rina Kerby, Stephen Hooper, Tom Lewis, Lena Buck, Harry Jenkins, Kathleen Farrell, John Shoemake, Simon Jenkins, William Hewitt, Malachi Moran, Wayne Parrock, Mary Sheehan, Miriam King,  Carmel Jenkins, James Barr, Aileen Milkins, Gerry Moran, Sophie Dewland, Lorna Sandland, Kate Smith, Peter Cooke, Mary Mulcahy. Please also remember in your prayers all whose anniversaries occur at this time.

* New Children’s Newsletter *

ST JOSEPH’S HOME: The Little Sisters of the Poor provide safe and professional care for vulnerable, older people in Bristol. In these unprecedented times staff and volunteers are going above and beyond to make sure high quality care continues, responding to the growing needs of the community. Due to recent Government restrictions the Sisters are no longer able to appeal for funds in the community, in parishes, supermarkets or street collections and can no longer make their annual appeal in the churches of the diocese. All fundraising events have been cancelled. All of this has had a dramatic impact on the funds available to look after vulnerable residents. The Little Sisters are appealing for crucial support to help safeguard the Home and meet the evolving needs of the residents. They are in real danger of of being unable to remain financially viable. They need help to purchase PPE such as gloves, face masks, sanitising gel, etc. All donations, no matter how small, will be gratefully received.
Cheques can be made out to Little Sisters of the Poor and sent to 66 Cotham Hill, Bristol BS6 6JT or donate at www.littlesistersofthepoor.co.uk/donate-here. Donations of PPE supplies will be gratefully received at the home. The Little Sisters have provided care for the elderly of Bristol for over 150 years – we can’t afford to lose them! Please help if you can!

SVP – Shopping delivery during coronavirus outbreak
In view of the latest developments regarding the coronavirus, the SVP would like to help old or vulnerable people in the parish who do not want to go to the shops/chemist themselves. If you need some shopping done please contact Regine on 07961 861303, the members of the SVP will do the shopping you require and deliver it to your door. You might not need this now but please keep the number for later if necessary.  Regine


All regular events are suspended until further notice.

CONFESSIONS ~ Saturdays from 11.00am and at call.

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament & Benediction ~ Saturdays from 9.30am

First Sunday of the Month ~ Tea, coffee & refreshments in the hall, All Welcome.

Parish Finance
Collection for Parish Funds on 15 March  totalled £377.63  (Gift Aid £123.50  Loose £254.13)


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