Parish diary this week

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One of the Stations of the Cross from Notre Dame, Geneva (Public domain)

This is the parish diary this week:
Monday March 18th
Mass at 7pm
Exposition until 8pm.
Tuesday March 19th
Mass at 7pm at English Martyrs to mark closing of the Visitation
Wednesday March 20th
Mass at 7pm
Thursday March 21st
Mass at 11.45am
Confirmation programme at 6pm in the hall.
Friday March 22nd
Mass at 11.45am
Lent lunch in the hall at 12.15pm
Stations of the Cross at 7pm
Funeral for Heather Green at Long Lawford Methodist Church in School Street, Long
Lawford at 10.30am.
Saturday March 23rd
Mass of the Third Sunday of Lent, Year C at 5pm.
Sunday March 24th
Mass of the Third Sunday of Lent, Year C at 9.30am

Forthcoming events
Friday March 29th
Funeral of Kay Powell, 12.30pm at Rainsbrook Crematorium
Monday April 1st
First Communion Programme, 6pm in the Hall.
Sunday June 2nd
Confirmation
Thursday June 6th
Parish meeting, 7.30pm in the hall
Sunday June 16th
First Communion
Thursday October 3rd
Parish meeting, 7.30pm in the hall

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Parish diary this week

Veronica wipes the face of Jesus, from Stations of the Cross at St Agnes’ Church, Amsterdam.

This is the parish diary this week:
Monday March 4th
First Communion programme in hall at 6pm
Mass at 7pm
Exposition until 8pm.
Tuesday March 5th
No Mass
Wednesday March 6th
Ash Wednesday Mass at 7pm
Mass at 7pm
Thursday March 7th
Mass at 9.30am
Confirmation programme meeting, Sacred Heart Church Hall, 6pm.
Friday March 8th
Mass at 9.30am
Funeral of Dedee Flint, at 1.30pm at St Marie’s Church, Dunchurch Road, Rugby.
Stations of the Cross at 7pm
Saturday March 9th
Liturgy planning meeting, 10.30am in the Presbytery.
First Reconciliation, 11am in the church.
Mass of the First Sunday of Lent, Year C at 5pm.
Sunday March 10th
Mass of the First Sunday of Lent, Year C at 9.30am

Forthcoming events
Monday February 25th to March 10th
A reminder from Rugby Justice & Peace Group that 25th February-10th March is Fairtrade Fortnight. For two weeks each year, thousands of individuals, companies and groups across the UK come together to celebrate the people who grow our food, people who live in some of the poorest countries in the world and who are often exploited and badly paid. This year, The Fairtrade Foundation is focusing on the people, particularly the women, who grow the cocoa in the chocolate we love so much. Please look for the Fairtrade logo.
Weekend of March 16th/17th
Bishop’s Visitation to Sacred Heart parish. Shared table at 6.30pm on Saturday March 16th.
December to March
The Rugby Winter Shelter at St Marie’s will be providing a welcome each Monday to 15 homeless people from December to March. Supper, a bed and breakfast will be provided. If you would consider helping during those four
months, please ring Kathy Smith on 01788 891940. kathellen.smith56@gmail.com.
Sunday June 2nd
Confirmation
Thursday June 6th
Parish meeting, 7.30pm in the hall
Sunday June 16th
First Communion
Thursday October 3rd
Parish meeting, 7.30pm in the hall

Parish diary this week

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The Chair of Saint Peter in St. Peter’s Basilica, Rome. Picture: Sergey Smirnov. (Public domain).

This is the parish diary this week:
Monday February 18th
Mass at 7pm
Exposition until 8pm.
Tuesday February 19th
No Mass
Wednesday February 20th
Mass at 7pm
Thursday February 21st
Liturgy of the Word and Holy Communion at 9.30am
Friday February 22nd
No Mass (Feast of the Chair of St Peter)
Saturday February 23rd
Mass of the Seventh Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year C at 5pm.
Sunday February 24th
Mass of the Seventh Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year C at 9.30am
ACTA – The Catholic Times author Chris McDonnell is giving a talk on Thomas Merton, Trappist monk, writer, theologian, mystic, poet, social activist and scholar of comparative religion at St Mary’s Parish Centre, Vivian Rd, Harborne B17 0DN. 1.30pm. mjriordan@hotmail.co.uk

Forthcoming events
Monday February 25th to March 10th
A reminder from Rugby Justice & Peace Group that 25th February-10th March is Fairtrade Fortnight. For two weeks each year, thousands of individuals, companies and groups across the UK come together to celebrate the people who grow our food, people who live in some of the poorest countries in the world and who are often exploited and badly paid. This year, The Fairtrade Foundation is focusing on the people, particularly the women, who grow the cocoa in the chocolate we love so much. Please look for the Fairtrade logo.
Wednesday February 27th
UCM meeting, Sacred Heart Hall, 1.45pm
Thursday February 28th
Parish meeting, 7.30pm in the hall
Friday March 1st
World Day of Prayer service at 10.30am at Bilton Methodist Church and at 7.30pm at English Martyrs’ Church: “Come – Everything is Ready!” Interdenominational service prepared by Christian women of Slovenia.
Friday March 8th
Funeral of Dedee Flint, St Marie’s Church, Dunchurch Road, Rugby. Time to be announced.
Weekend of March 16th/17th
Bishop’s Visitation to Sacred Heart parish
December to March
The Rugby Winter Shelter at St Marie’s will be providing a welcome each Monday to 15 homeless people from December to March. Supper, a bed and breakfast will be provided. If you would consider helping during those four
months, please ring Kathy Smith on 01788 891940. kathellen.smith56@gmail.com.
Sunday June 2nd
Confirmation
Thursday June 6th
Parish meeting, 7.30pm in the hall
Sunday June 16th
First Communion
Thursday October 3rd
Parish meeting, 7.30pm in the hall