Mass for the Fifth Sunday of Year B

Here is Mass for the Fifth Sunday of Year B from Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Bilton, Rugby.

Entrance Antiphon: O come, let us worship God and bow low before the God who made us, for he is the Lord our God. 

First Reading; A reading from the book of Job 7;1-4,6-7. Restlessly I fret till twilight falls.  

Response: Psalm 146: Praise the Lord who heals the broken hearted.      

Second Reading: First Letter of St Paul to the Corinthians 9:16-19,22-23. I should be punished if I did not preach the Gospel. 

Gospel Acclamation: Alleluia, alleluia! He took our sicknesses away, and carried our diseases for us.  Alleluia!

Gospel: Mark 1: 29-39. He cured many who were suffering from diseases of one kind or another.  

Masses at the weekend: Intentions for next week.

Saturday: Mass at Sacred Heart 5pm (Deedee Flint RIP) Available in recorded form on YouTube. 

Sunday: Mass at Sacred Heart 9.30pm (People of the Parishes), Mass at English Martyrs 11am (Private Intention). 

Live streamed on YouTube. 

If you subscribe to the particular channel it doesn’t cost you anything. It reminds you when there is a new stream available on that channel. Makes it easier to find. 

Masses during the week. 

Monday (Betty Dean RIP), Tuesday (Dennis Lackey RIP) , Thursday, Friday . Morning Masses from Sacred Heart available on YouTube. 

Public Mass at Sacred Heart Main Chapel on Wednesday at 7pm (Raphael RIP SG)

Public Mass at English Martyrs on Thursday at 11am (Agnes and Pauline RIP).

ST TERESA OF AVILA: As you are alone, seek for some companion – and where could you find a better one than the Master who taught you the prayer you are about to say? Picture this same Lord close beside you. See how lovingly, how humbly he is teaching you- believe me, you should never be without so good a friend. If you accustom yourselves to keep him near you, and he sees that you love to have him, and make every effort to please him, you will not be able to send him away. He will never fail you, but will help you in all your troubles, and you will find him everywhere. Do you think it is a small thing to have such a friend at your side?  

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