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‘To everyone who has will be given more’

Fr Adrian Graffy reflects

This is a slightly shortened version of the parable of the talents. It comes in the last of the five major speeches of Jesus in the Gospel of Matthew. The focus is on the end of time and the question of how we have used our talents. As we draw towards the end of the liturgical year these are the questions …..

Thirty Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

The Art of Dying Well

Providing hopeful accompaniment for the human journey

Dying well means different things to us all. Death is an individual experience, but a community of accompaniment on the journey can help us to prepare by bringing consolation and spiritual peace.


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Personal/Professional References

Fr. Martin is often nominated as a referee without his prior knowledge or consent. Any parishioner who wishes him to act in that capacity must meet him in person and give him a note of the reference required in advance.

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Traditional Catholic Prayers

See the parish website for a great selection of traditional Catholic prayers

which you may find helpful for all times of the day/night

and in various needs and occasions

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A Prayer for Our Earth

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The Catholic Certificate of Religious Studies

The Catholic Certificate in Religious Studies (CCRS) is designed for people who are engaged in the communication of their Catholic Faith, whether directly or indirectly.

It is open to catechists, people involved in liturgical work and other interested adults.

 The CCRS can provide general theological knowledge and offer a better understanding of the Catholic faith. It will help participants to increase their practical application of the faith in their ministry in the Church. It provides the means to accurately and effectively communicate the principles of Catholic teaching.

www.brs-ccrs.org.uk

Tel: 0207 901 1900

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‘The Catholic Church has at most 10 years to adapt’

Supporting values that the majority of people have rejected makes us irrelevant

The Catholic Church, as well as everyone else, must understand

that the world was hit by a cultural tsunami in the 20th century.

We must humbly begin to pick up the pieces and put them back together again.

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Two in One Flesh

We are a group of five married couples and a priest who have written several publications to enrich marriage. They are a new approach to scripture for married people. They will help them to understand the key messages in the Sunday readings.


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Our Christian Brothers & Sisters


In Parts of the Arab world suffer persecution for the Christian Faith

Please continue to remember them in prayer




St. Bede's Toddlers' Group

Meets every Tuesday

10.00am – 12.00pm

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St. Bede’s 50’s Friendship Club

Meets first & third Mondays of each month

1.00pm - 3.00pm

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Morning Prayer from

The Divine Office

Is recited daily before weekday mass

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The Sacrament of

Reconciliation

Saturday at 10.00am or by arrangement


Catholic Singles

Is an organisation which helps single, widowed, separated and divorced Catholics of all ages (over 18 years), either one to one or through social events. All members receive a monthly bulletin, called Catholic Networking.

For more information

Telephone

0161 941 3498

Website

www.catholicsingles.org.uk

Email

info@catholicsingles.org.uk



Perpetual Novena in

Honour of Our Blessed Lady

After Tuesday Morning Mass

in the Lady Chapel

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The Rosary

Is recited in the Lady  Chapel

after Morning Mass each day

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Exposition of

The Blessed Sacrament

Friday Mornings after Mass until 10.00am

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Prayer Group Lectio Divina

First Friday of the month at 7.30pm

in The Lady Chapel


Parish Offertory

Sincere thanks for last week’s offerings

Total: £1342.47

Gift Aid: £933.37

Loose Plate: £409.10


Walsingham House Appeal. A single donation of £200

is gratefully acknowledged

Gift Aid

If you are a UK taxpayer, you could add 25p to every £1 that you give to this parish at no cost to yourself by enabling us to reclaim the tax that you have paid on your donation, with Gift Aid. Simply put your donation in a completed and signed Gift Aid envelope and we’ll do the rest.

What is Gift Aid?

Gift Aid is a government scheme that allows your parish to    reclaim the tax that you have paid on your donation.

 It works like this. If you are a taxpayer and give £10 to your parish, you will have paid tax on that amount. Your parish can get £2.50 back with Gift Aid, so your donation of £10 would become worth £12.50 and it wouldn’t cost you an extra   penny.

How do I sign Up for Gift Aid?

All you have to do is to fill in a Gift Aid form that requires you to: Give your name your

address, the date and the name of your parish. Sign a

declaration saying that you are a UK taxpayer and that you that you pay tax that is equal or

equivalent to the amount that your parish will reclaim.



Thirty Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

Loyola Press a Jesuit Ministry

This week’s Gospel speaks of how Jesus’ disciples are to conduct themselves as they await the Kingdom of Heaven. In the preceding passages and in last week’s Gospel, Jesus taught that there is no way to predict the coming of the Kingdom of Heaven. His disciples must, therefore, remain …..

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Rev. Martin O’Connor

The Presbytery

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Chadwell Heath

Romford

RM6 5RS

St Bede’s Catholic Church

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Tel: 0208 590 8818

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