Parish of Our Lady of the Rosary & St. Patrick
61 Blackhorse Road E17 7AS
Tel: 020 8520 3647
Fr. Kevin T. Conway SMA
Monday – Friday 09.30am / Saturday 10.00am / 7.00pm
Sunday 09.00am / 11.30am / 1.00pm (Polish) / 6.00pm
Tuesday 7.30pm – 8:30pm and after Friday Morning Mass
Every Friday 8.00pm – 9:30pm (Polish)
Confession Saturday 10:30 am – 11:00 am & 6:15 pm – 6:40 pm
SUNDAY 16th SEPTEMBER 2018
TWENTY - FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
THANK YOU! Second collection last weekend for CATHOLIC EDUCATION SERVICE amounted to £531.27. May God bless you with your generosity.
SECOND COLLECTION TODAY FOR HOME MISSION. Home Mission Sunday provides us with the opportunity to focus on this mission, pray for it and prompt parishioners to take part in it. At the same time, the second collection next Sunday supports the work of the Home Mission Office. Home Mission vision is to help the local Church make the joy of the Gospel a reality in England and Wales.
PARISH PASTORAL COUNCIL REMINDER. Meeting on Tuesday 18th September at 7pm in Presbytery.
PRE-BAPTISM MEETING. The next pre baptism meeting for those who wish to have their child baptised will take place on Friday 21st September at 7.30pm in the Presbytery. Please note this meeting is for parents only.
FIRST HOLY COMMUNION 2018/19 – today we welcome candidates of First Holy Communion and their parents who have start their communion preparation.
ANNUAL MEMORIAL SERVICE ORGANISED BY CHRIST THE KING SBP. Sunday 23rd September 3pm. All Saints Church Chingford Mount (opposite cemetery). All welcome.
TEA ON THE LAWN. We would like to encourage you to join us for tea, coffee, juice with biscuits on the lawn on Sundays after 9am Mass. Volunteers are needed for the month of September. Please sign if you are happy to help. ROTA AVAILABLE ON THE NOTICEBOARD.
PARISH MEMBERSHIP. With the summer now behind us and schools reopened here in the parish we too are beginning a new term with a number of sacramental programmes getting under way. We are aware that some people have left the parish and the area while others have joined us. To those newly arrived we say welcome and wish you a peaceful time here. We hope and pray that your coming to St. Patricks will satisfy your need to have a meaningful relationship with God and help you to meet new friends. Do introduce yourself to the parish priest and register with the Parish Secretary and make sure you are known in case you plan to have a child receive a sacrament or apply for a place in a Catholic school.
IN SEPTEMBER, the Cathedral is running an eight weeks introduction to the Catholic Faith for 18-35 year old. This short course is an attempt to answer need and to allow people to explore Catholicism. For further information, please see church noticeboard.
REIMAGINING BRITAIN - A DAY ORGANISED BY JPIC (JUSTICE & PEACE & INTEGRITY OF CREATION LINKS) facilitated by Paul Hackwood, Director of the Church Urban Fund. All are welcome. Using his extensive practical experience of approaching social justice issues from a faith perspective and his work to bring people of different faiths together Paul will first be exploring: ‘Freedom, equality and Justice our Christian heritage’. It’s on 6th October10.00 for 10.30 start - finishing with Mass at 4.00, 20 Phoenix Road, Euston, London NW1 1TA. Bring lunch to share. Voluntary contribution £10 payable at the door.
A DAY OF REFLECTION & ENRICHMENT FOR READERS: As you know the Vicariate for Evangelisation are organising a Diocesan-wide day of Recollection and Enrichment for Readers planned for Saturday 20th October at The Becket Centre, Woodford Green. The day will be led by Dr Marian Tolley of Shrewsbury Diocese (Marian has travelled throughout Britain running courses for Readers for many years; has a highly respected reputation for running work-shops in liturgical music; the training of deacons and for speaking on various topics relating to the liturgy). It will cover the spiritual dimension of the ministry, including: The Real Presence in the Word of God; Relationship of the Liturgy of the Word to the Liturgy of the Eucharist; Preparation; Technical aspects/difficulties of reading the Scriptures as Proclamation; Pointers to reading aloud; Using a microphone and much more.
MARIAN MISSION PRE-SCHOOL. Places are still available at our pre-school for 2 to 4 year olds .15 hours of FREE NURSERY education during term time are available. Please see Flyer for more information or contact: The Sisters on: Tel: 02085187499 or Mob: 07940143545Or collect an application pack from:Marian Mission Educational and Family Support Centre1 Colchester Road Leyton, London E10 6HA.
IMPORTANT NOTICE. Due to Fire and Safety Regulations, children and persons of limited mobility are NOT permitted in the gallery. We also ask that when lighting a candle, you first place the candle in one of the cups provided. Please do not walk around with a lighted candle.
CANCER RESEARCH UK. Hi All, unfortunately we all know someone who has been affected by Cancer and for this reason Me, my mum Anna and my daughter Allessandra are going to be completing the half marathon Shine walk on the 22nd September to help raise money to help find a cure. It’s going to be a BIG challenge for the 3 of us but I know with your thoughts, prayers and any contributions to this amazing cause I know we will do it. Many thanks, Tina Silva x https://fundraise.cancerresearchuk.org/page/tinas-giving-page-91
WHEN ENTERING THE CHURCH PLEASE TURN OFF YOUR MOBILE PHONE. CHEWING GUM AND EATING SWEETS, BISCUITS ETC IN CHURCH? IT’S A NO NO. PLEASE!
ARE YOU AWARE that the Rosary is said weekdays morning in the Church at 9.05am (just before the morning Mass)? Join us for this beautiful prayer.
RED MISSIO BOX please drop all your boxes for emptying. Thank you all for your contributions. – Dolly Relopez
DIVINE MERCY- every Wednesday at 4pm in the Church.
NOVENA PRAYER OF OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL HELP every Wednesday at 10am. Everyone is invited.
LEGION OF MARY meeting is held each Thursday after Mass at 10:15 am. If anyone is interested in what we do you are very welcome to attend. For more information come and meet us.
EL SHADDAI (CATHOLIC CHARISMATIC GROUP). Rosary prayer, praise and worship, preaching the gospel of the Lord, every Saturday, from 1pm – 4pm. All welcome to join.
GOING BACK TO BASICS WITH THE LORD’S PRAYER. If you put yourself first when you pray, here's how to get your priorities back in order. By Julia Attaway. My kids are back to school, and I find I’m going back to basics, myself. I’ve only recently realized that despite all the thousands of times I have prayed the Lord’s Prayer, I’ve never thought about it as a model for the priorities in my petitions. It would be a completely different prayer if the lines were re-ordered according to my natural inclinations. For one thing, it would start off with the “gimme”–the daily bread (though probably adjusted to a monthly shipment). Then it would loop through the convenience issues (please get rid of what’s tempting me so that my life is easier) before arriving at the request to forgive me. Finally, I’d tack on a “Thy will be done” or a “thanks.” Needless to say, this is entirely backwards. When Jesus said, “This, then, is how you should pray” (Matthew 6:9) His priorities for me were:
1) Make God’s name holy and acknowledge Him as the creator of the universe.
2) Place His kingdom and His will first in my life, ahead of my desires and plans.
3) Ask for what I need today. Think in terms of manna and trust.
4) Ask Him to forgive me in direct proportion to the forgiveness I have offered to others.
5) Ask Him to spare me from tests and temptations, and to preserve my soul from evil.
Using the Lord’s Prayer as a blueprint for how to pray has an interesting but predictable effect: The theme of my petitions becomes more centered on God than on me. Which is as it should be.
Telephone: 020 8520 3647
61 Blackhorse Road
LONDON E17 7AS
Marife and Marta
Monday – Wednesday 9am – 1pm
Friday - Saturday 9am - 2pm
PARISH OFFICE IS CLOSED
ON THURSDAYS AND SUNDAYS.
FOR APPOINTMENT RING
020 8520 3647 DURING OFFICE HOURS
Monday – Friday09.30am
Saturday: 10.00am / 7.00pm
Sunday: 09.00am / 11.30am /
1.00pm (Polish) / 6.00pm
Tuesday: 7.30pm – 8:30pm
Friday: after Morning Mass
Every Friday 8.00pm – 9.30pm
Led by a Polish prayer group.
Saturday 10:30 am – 11:00 am &
6:15 pm – 6:40 pm