HOLY CROSS CHURCH
208 Sangley Road
Catford, London, SE6 2JS
Tel: 020 8698 3672
Part of RC Archdiocese of Southwark
Registered charity number: 1173050
Parish Priest: Fr Antony Megalan
Saturday: 6.30pm Vigil Mass
Sunday: 10.00am & 11.30am
Reconciliation: Saturday 6pm
PARISH COMMUNITY CENTRE
Culverley Road, SE6 2LD
Tel: 020 8698 3672
Mrs Mary Baldwin
Tel: 020 8698 3672
HOLY CROSS SCHOOL
Headteacher: Miss Mary Collins
Tel: 020 8698 2675 Fax: 020 8697 7137
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : www.holycross.lewisham.sch.uk
St Vincent De Paul Number
Special Ministers of Holy Communion
This weekend 3rd Sunday (20th/21st Oct )
6.30pm Pat Healy, Bridgette Laing , Chris Joyce
1) Jenushan Justin 2) Reuben Gabriel P) Maureen Gabriel
10am Gwen Williams, Marian Perez, Francisca Dunbar, Elena Travers, Marco Munoz.
1st Gillian Yip, 2nd Christine Ukah, P Bina Augustin
11.30am Vacant, Vacant, Bernadette Jeyachandra, Phil Loughnane, Paul Njoku.
1) Ronald Jeyachandra, 2nd Merlyn Clark, P Brian Trevathas.
Next weekend 4th Sunday (27th/28th Oct)
6.30pm Vacant, Beatrice Orodje, Prexy Rajendram
1) Brendan Downton 2) Isabella Van Schslwyk P) Margaret Folkes
10am Dilys Grant , Shirley Lench Phil Umerah, Wendy Abiola, Sam Jayakaram
1) Millie Lemonius, 2)Mase Okor, P Scouts / Cath Sanderson
11.30 John Ogunbadawa, Kate Middleton, Frank Afful, Vera Onongaya, Victor Santhiapillai
1) Petrina Douglas 2) Rosa Candita Simpkins P) Vacant
FINANCE £1186.70 Many Thanks
Sun 29th Sunday of the Year (20th/21st Oct)
10.00 People of the Parish
11.30 Mina Bernardi RIP
11.30 Welcome Anna Lidia Vitale
12.30 Baptism Anna Lidia Vitale
Mon St John-Paul II. Pope
9.15 Romannammah RIP (Philomin)
Tue 9.15 Francesca C Simpkins RIP
Wed 8.50 Rosary
9.15 Geraldine Vaughan (O’Hara)
9.40 Divine Mercy
Thur 9.15 Sheila O’Hara RIP (O’Hara)
Fri 7.30pm Exposition of the Blessed
8pm Matt Cleary RIP (Cleary)
Sat 6.30 People of the Parish
Sun 30th Sunday of the Year
(27th/28th Oct )
10.00 Mary Monaghan RIP
11.30 Hugh Loughnane RIP
Please pray for those whom our Ministers visit with HOLY COMMUNION:
Clifford Aristide, James Barlow, Mary Barry, Rose Calver, Margaret Doherty, Bridget Doyle, Ellesdene Edwards, Eileen Embury Elizabeth Marie Forde, Elizabeth Goba, Audrey Fitzsimmons, Theresa Harney, Peter Hughes, William Keogh, Agatha Lewis, Gala Lobo Anthony Marshall, Ivy Mulroney, Susan Murphy, Florence Nosegbe, Eleanor Martin, Mabel Martin, Marie Obiamiwe, Charity Oparaji, Josephine Patterson, Rex Phillips, Anthony Renouf, Casimar Santhiapillai, Jean Scott, Irene Stone, Bridget Sullivan, Genevieve Stanislaus, Vera Pollock, Sheila Tagg, Patricia Vesey, Ann Whitington,
FR ANTONY’S INDUCTION SUNDAY 4TH NOVEMBER 5PM.
Bishop Pat Lynch will be here at 5pm on Sunday 4th November to induct Fr Antony as our Parish Priest. If you are able to provide food/drink for the evening please sign up on the sheet at the back of the church. If you can help prepare the school hall from 3pm or clear up at the end of the evening please sign up on the Help sheet at the back of the church.
Please complete a Parish registration form. This is important if you wish to register for Baptism, First Holy Communion, Confirmation or schools. If you have not registered, just go to the Parish Website. (There are some paper versions available - ask one of the ushers.)
FR. DOUG’S INDUCTION.
If you wish to book a place on the coach for Fr Doug’s induction on 26th October, please sign up at the back of the Church. The coach will be leaving Culverley Road at 6.30pm.
The young people would like to thank all those who supported the YSVP coffee morning last Sunday. £130 was raised for ongoing YSVP projects. Thanks
The RCIA group meets on Mondays at 7.30-9pm in the Hartley Hall. Do please invite any family members or acquaintances who might be interested in coming along to find out more about the Catholic faith, better still come with them to support them.
PARENTS WITH YOUNG CHILDREN.
Parents are encouraged to bring their children to the 10am Mass and the Children’s Liturgy of the word. Parents are invited to go to Hartley Hall for the first part of the Mass with babies and/or young children, toddlers. This is a great opportunity to meet other parents and take a constructive role in the Sunday liturgy. Older children aged between 5-7 are invited to go to the Sacristy at this time with the catechists for their own liturgy of the word.
If you are in year 9 or above and wish to be confirmed in May 2019 YOU need to write a letter to the Parish Priest, Fr Antony, explaining your reasons why you wish to be confirmed.
Your letter should reach the Parish Office by Monday 23rd October at the latest.
Sessions will begin on Friday 2nd November.
Sunday 28th October at 5pm in Hartley Hall.
HOLIDAYS AT HOME
Tuesday 23rd October at Goldsmith’s Community centre, Castillon Rd, 11-3 including Quadrille dancing, storytelling and refreshments and in the Irish centre, Davenport Rd, 29th & 30th Oct 11am-4pm. Celebrating Afro-Carribean culture
DAY OF RECOLLECTION FOR READERS AND SPECIAL MINISTERS
This annual day of recollection will take place at Bishop Thomas Grant on Saturday 17th November.
Bishop Patrick Lynch and Fr Saju Pinakattu OFM.CAP will talk on the theme of the journey in St Luke’s Gospel.
The day begins at 10.30am and finishes with Mass at 3pm. Please bring a packed lunch.
Please contact the parish office on email@example.com by 4th November
TWENTY-NINTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME WEEKEND OF OCTOBER 20-21, 2018
In today’s Gospel Jesus teaches his disciples that whoever wishes to be great among them must be a servant, just as he came to be a servant. Today is World Mission Sunday – a reminder of our call to be good stewards of the Gospel and to support those who make evangelization their servant ministry throughout the world. Not to be a servant of the Gospel would be poor stewardship. But how do we serve the Gospel in our daily lives? How do we support others who serve those who have never heard the Gospel or who have chosen to reject the Gospel of Jesus Christ?
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