To all our dear Parishioners and friends, thank you for all your support and please do keep up to date with Mass times, reflections and events in our Parish. Our  latest newsletters can be found here
Please also see the bulletin in the Church porch with the Mass times and intentions this week.
When the crowd says that his family is summoning him from outside the crowded building, Jesus answers with a shocking statement: ‘Who is my mother? Who are my brothers? Look, here (these people seated around me) are my mother and my brothers. Whoever does God’s will is my brother, sister and mother.’
It's good news for those inside the house, who seek to identify with Jesus and his message. It’s also good news for Mark’s earliest readers who found themselves estranged from their biological families (compare Mark 10:28-30). Bad news, however, for his relatives on the outside, and for others with high regard for customary notions of honour and social stability.
Jesus redefines the criteria for who constitutes his true family.
Have a blessed week.
Happy Priestly anniversary to Father Michael who celebrates 3 years of ordination to the Priesthood on Wednesday 10 July. Blessings!
There is exposition of the Blessed Sacrament each Monday and Wednesday beginning of the 9:15am morning Mass and concludes at 5pm. All Welcome.
Volunteer at the St John Bosco Children’s Camp; from 27th July – 3rd August help give 100 children a holiday. Helpers must be 18+, and the Camp will arrange for a DBS check, and appropriate training. To help at the Bosco Camp is a wonderful experience, and now is the time to apply. Details:
  • Thresholds of Hope : the Vicariate for Adult Formation - another wonderful tool when proclaiming the good news of God's grace to all. St John Henry Newman believed that the lay faithful were to take a full part in the life of the Church, to be confident in expressing their Catholic Faith and willing to share its beauty with others. Hope you find this resource useful; more here

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