Mass for the 30th Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year B

Here is Mass for the 30th Sunday of Ordinary Time from Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Bilton, Rugby.

Entrance Antiphon: Let the hearts that seek the Lord rejoice; turn to the Lord  and his strength; constantly seek his face.  

First Reading: A reading from the prophet Jeremiah. I will comfort the blind and the lame as I lead them back  

Response: Psalm 125 What marvels the Lord worked for us!  Indeed we were glad.

Second Reading: A reading from the letter to the Hebrews. You are a priest in the order of Melchizedek, and for ever.  

Gospel Acclamation: Alleluia, alleluia! I am the light of the world, says the  Lord, anyone who follows me will have the light of life. Alleluia!

Gospel: A reading from the holy Gospel according to Mark. Master let me see again.  

Communion Antiphon: We will ring out our joy at your saving help and exult  in the name of God. 


Saturday 23rd 5pm at SH LS Holy Souls  

Sunday 24th 9.30am at SH For the peoples of the parishes no LS 

Sunday 24th 11am at EM For the mission of the Church LS 

Monday 25th 10am at SH LS Private Intention  

Tuesday 26th 10am at SH LS Private Intention  

Wednesday 27th 7pm at SH LS Special Intention  

Thursday 28th 11 am at EM no LS Austin Goode RIP Recently deceased. 

Friday 29th 7pm at SH LS  

Saturday 30th Vigil of All Saints 5pm at SH Alfred Canale-Parola LS 

Sunday 31st Solemnity of All Saints In Thanksgiving MC 9.30 am at SH no LS 

Sunday 31st Solemnity of All Saints Margaret Whitfield (100th Birthday) 11am  at EM LS 

THIS WEEKEND = World Missions Day. We are asked to pray for and support  the missionary work of the Church which is being affected by the ongoing  pandemic in many countries. Please support the Retiring Collection after Mass.  

THE DIOCESAN VISION: Unfolding God’s Plan  

Our vision is to be a Catholic diocese which is faithful to the mission entrusted to us by Jesus  Christ, full of missionary disciples who work together co-responsibly in vibrant communities  of faith, joyful in their service of God and neighbour. Let us pray for the Church that she may receive from the Holy Spirit the grace and strength to renew herself in the light of the  Gospel. Amen. 

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION 2022 – We are planning our classes for 2022 now so if you wish your child to take part please email with details as soon as  possible. These classes are intended for children not in Catholic school from both parishes.  

Rugby Foodbank – Contributions always welcome here at Church or through your local store.  

Hope 4 Clothing Project to support asylum seekers temporarily housed in Rugby. We need  for males: jeans – 30,32,34; jumpers M & L; trainers 9,10,11 and new boxer shorts. For  women we need Coats S,M,L (suitable for autumn and winter use) and underwear (new  only). For further information the team can be reached at  Clothes can be dropped off at Dixon Hall, Vicarage Road, Rugby CV22 7AJ on Wednesday  2-4pm and Saturday 10am-12noon. Please DO NOT take donations to Hope 4. Thanks. 

COP 26 Prayer Event at St Andrew’s Church The Rugby Green Christian Group is organising  a drop in prayer event between 10am and noon on Saturday 30th October. This is an  opportunity to pray just as COP 26, the United Nations Climate Change Meeting, is about to  begin. There will be some prayer resources available to guide independent prayer, and there  will be 5 minutes of led prayers at half hourly intervals (10, 10.30, 11, 11.30 and just before  the end at noon). Please do pop in for a few minutes, or stay for as long as you would like.  All are welcome, and the coffee shop in the church will be open too �� 


Loving God, 

We praise your name with all you have created. You are present in the whole  universe, and in the smallest of creatures. We acknowledge the responsibilities you  have placed upon us as stewards of your creation. May the Holy Spirit inspire all  political leaders at COP26 as they seek to embrace the changes needed to foster a  more sustainable society. Instil in them the courage and gentleness to implement  fairer solutions for the poorest and most vulnerable, and commit their nations to the care of Our Common Home. 

We ask this through Our Lord Jesus Christ your Son. Amen. 

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