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28th Sunday of the year

PARISH OF THE MOST BLESSED TRINITY.                                                        

CHURCHES OF ST. STEPHEN AND  ALL SAINTS

26th Sunday of the  Year— YEAR B, 26th  September 2021

Rev. Thomas W. Doyle, 293 Muiryhall Street, Coatbridge, ML5 3RZ

Tel:  01236 441110; Email:  themostblessedtrinity@rcdom.org.uk   

Website: www.mostblessedtrinity.com;  Twitter: @rcblesstrinity 

Facebook page: Parish of the Most Blessed Trinity

Pastoral Assistant:  Sr. Frances Reilly, 

in residence St. Stephen’s , Paddock Street, Coatbridge.    

MASSES

Monday 7.30 p.m.

10.00 a.m.

Mass with Novena

Eucharistic Service

All Saints

St.  Stephen’s

Streamed

————–

Tuesday 9.30 a.m.

10.00 a.m.

Eucharistic Service

Mass

All Saints

St. Stephen’s

Streamed

————-

Wednesday 9.30 a.m.

10.00 a.m.

Mass

Mass

All Saints

St. Stephen’s

Streamed

————-

Thursday 9.30 a.m.

10.00 a.m.

Eucharistic Service

Mass

All Saints

St. Stephen’s

Streamed

————-

Friday 9.30 a.m. Mass All Saints Streamed
Saturday 4.30 p.m.

5.30 p.m.

Vigil Mass

Vigil Mass

All Saints

St. Stephen’s

Streamed

————-

Sunday 10.30 a.m

12.15 p.m.

5.30 p.m.

Mass

Mass

Mass

All Saints

St. Stephen’s

All Saints

Streamed

————-

Streamed

Theme:

First Reading: Wisdom 2: 12. 17-20

Wrongdoers are reluctant to trust people who focus on doing what is right and sometimes try to catch them out.

Second Reading: James 3: 16—4:3

Peacemakers, when they work for peace, sow the seeds which will bear fruit in holiness.

Gospel: Mark 9: 30-37

Jesus says that anyone who welcomes a little child in his name welcomes Christ himself; and anyone who welcomes Christ welcomes not him but the Father who sent him.

FEAST DAYS 

Monday 27th September: St. Vincent de Paul;    Wednesday 28th Sts. Michael, Gabriel and Raphael.

Thursday 30th September:  St. Jerome;   Friday 1st October:  St. Therese of the Child Jesus and

Saturday 2nd October; The Holy Guardia Angels.

Confession

Confession boxes are still out of use.   Please go to the Sacristy before Mass.

JERSEY TONES, Saturday 17th October 2021, in the Parish Hall, Tickets £16 on sale.

Great News:  The Universe newspaper which went into administration this Summer after 160 years is to be replaced by an online subscription digital publication under a new name, The Universe Catholic Weekly.  The new Universe Catholic Weekly will be topical, controversial, stimulating and packed with news opinion and features. This means that each week they can deliver a publication full of news and features directly to your desktop, tablet, laptop or smartphone. You  can have a weekly edition paper for just £20 a quarter paid subscription (13 copies) paid simply and directly to the publisher.  Watch this space.

DIOCESAN SYNODAL PROCESS

“For a Synodal Church: Communion, Participation and Mission.” Pope Francis invites us all to take part in the Synod which will reflect on these themes. Every parish is asked to come together in prayer, listening and discernment to hear what the Holy Spirit is saying to us. In communion with each other, we experience that “we belong to Christ and Christ belongs to God” (I Corinthians 3.23). Bishop Toal will mark the beginning of this synodal  process with the celebration of Mass in Motherwell Cathedral on Sunday 17th October at 3pm. Make a note of this in your diary and take part in this important diocesan event. Please let your Parish Priest know you wish to attend.

PASTORAL SAFEGUARDING LETTER from Bishop Toal is available on our website,.  Some printed copies are also available.


PARISH OF THE MOST BLESSED TRINITY                              

CHURCHES OF ST. STEPHEN AND  ALL SAINTS

25th Sunday of the  Year— YEAR B,  19th  September 2021

Rev. Thomas W. Doyle, 293 Muiryhall Street, Coatbridge, ML5 3RZ

Tel:  01236 441110; Email:  themostblessedtrinity@rcdom.org.uk   

Website: www.mostblessedtrinity.com;  Twitter: @rcblesstrinity 

Facebook page: Parish of The Most Blessed Trinity

Pastoral Assistant:  Sr. Frances Reilly, 

in residence St. Stephen’s , Paddock Street, Coatbridge.    

MASSES

Monday 7.30 p.m.

10.00 a.m.

Mass with Novena

Eucharistic Service

All Saints

St. Stephen’s

Streamed

————–

Tuesday 9.30 a.m.

10.00 a.m.

Eucharistic Service

Mass

All Saints

St. Stephen’s

Streamed

————-

Wednesday 9.30 a.m.

10.00 a.m.

Mass

Mass

All Saints

St. Stephen’s

Streamed

————-

Thursday 9.30 a.m.

10.00 a.m.

Eucharistic Service

Mass

All Saints

St. Stephen’s

Streamed

————-

Friday 9.30 a.m. Mass All Saints Streamed
Saturday 4.30 p.m.

5.30 p.m.

Vigil Mass

Vigil Mass

All Saints

St. Stephen’s

Streamed

————-

Sunday 10.30 a.m

12.15 p.m.

5.30 p.m.

Mass

Mass

Mass

All Saints

St. Stephen’s

All Saints

Streamed

————-

Streamed

THEME:

First Reading: Wisdom 2: 12. 17-20

Wrongdoers are reluctant to trust people who focus on doing what is right and sometimes try to catch them out.

Second Reading: James 3: 16—4:3

Peacemakers, when they work for peace, sow the seeds which will bear fruit in holiness.

Gospel: Mark 9: 30-37

Jesus says that anyone who welcomes a little child in his name welcomes Christ himself; and anyone who welcomes Christ welcomes not him but the Father who sent him.

FEAST DAYS

Monday 20th                St. Andrew Kim Taegon and Paul Chong, Ha-Sang and Companions.

Tuesday 21st                 St. Matthew

Thursday 23rd          St. Pius of Pietrelcina.

Pope Francis has called a Synod of Bishops to meet in Rome in 2023. The topic will be “For a Synodal Church: Communion, Participation and Mission.” The Holy Father asks that the whole people of God take part in this Synod by meeting together in parishes to pray, discuss and reflect on the topic in order to discern how the Holy Spirit is prompting the Church to go forward.

Bishop Toal will mark the beginning of this synodal process with the celebration of Mass in Motherwell Cathedral on Sunday 17th October

at 3.00 p.m. Please make a note of this in your diary and take part in this important diocesan event.”

MASS TIMES: We have resumed the usual weekday Mass times. Leaflets are available with times of all the weekday services in both churches.

Face masks still require to be worn and hand hygiene observed. We have also been advised that all windows and doors must be kept open during services so

PLEASE, PLEASE, WRAP UP WELL.

CONFESSION

Confession boxes are still out of use. Please go to the Sacristy before Mass.

SCIAF GUIDE TO COP26

is available on their website at:

Scottish Catholic International Aid Fund | Scottish Charity | SCIAF

ST. ANDREW’S HOSPICE have various fundraising events forthcoming. If you would like to take part or make a donation, please contact St. Andrew’s Hospice on 01236 766951 or go to their website at https://www.st-andrews-hospice.com/


PARISH OF THE MOST BLESSED TRINITY                              

CHURCHES OF ST. STEPHEN AND  ALL SAINTS

24th Sunday of the  Year— YEAR B      , 12th  September 2021

Rev. Thomas W. Doyle, 293 Muiryhall Street, Coatbridge, ML5 3RZ

Tel:  01236 441110; Email:  themostblessedtrinity@rcdom.org.uk   

Website: www.mostblessedtrinity.com;  Twitter: @rcblesstrinity 

Facebook page: Parish of The Most Blessed Trinity

Pastoral Assistant:  Sr. Frances Reilly, 

in residence St. Stephen’s , Paddock Street, Coatbridge.    

MASSES

Monday

7.30 p.m.

10.00 a.m.

Mass with Novena

Eucharistic Service

All Saints

St.  Stephen’s

Streamed

————–

Tuesday

9.30 a.m.

10.00 a.m.

Eucharistic Service

Mass

All Saints

St. Stephen’s

Streamed

————-

Wednesday

9.30 a.m.

10.00 a.m.

Mass

Mass

All Saints

St. Stephen’s

Streamed

————-

Thursday

9.30 a.m.

10.00 a.m.

Eucharistic Service

Mass

All Saints

St. Stephen’s

Streamed

————-

Friday

9.30 a.m.

Mass

All Saints

Streamed

Saturday

4.30 p.m.

5.30 p.m.

Vigil Mass

Vigil Mass

All Saints

St. Stephen’s

Streamed

————-

Sunday

10.30 a.m

12.15 p.m.

5.30 p.m.

Mass

Mass

Mass

All Saints

St. Stephen’s

All Saints

Streamed

————-

Streamed

Theme:

First Reading: Isaiah 50: 5-9                                                     

The anonymous servant of the Lord faces terrible persecution

on account of his preaching.  He does not resist.

Second Reading:  James 2: 14-18

James maintains that the real sign of faith is putting that faith into practice.

Gospel:  Mark 8: 27-35

Peter says “You are the Christ,” but fails to see that the Christ must suffer.

FEAST DAYS   

12th September: The Most Holy Name of Mary

13th : St. John Chrysostom

14th: Exaltation of the Holy Cross

15th: Our Lady of Sorrows

16th: St. Ninian

Confessions

Confession boxes remain out of use.

Please go to the sacristy for  confession before Mass.

VOCATIONS AWARENESS WEEK starts TODAY,  12th September 2021. 

A special collection will be taken up this weekend for the Ecclesiastical Students’ Fund.

SAVE THE DATE

17th September:  A NIGHT WITH CHRISTIAN  

Tickets £8 on sale at the back of the church.

 Starts at 7.30 p.m.

MARRIAGE PREPARATION COURSES have now resumed.  Full details on our website.

MASS TIMES: We have resumed the usual weekday Mass times.

Leaflets are available with times of all the weekday services in both churches.

Face masks still require to be worn and hand hygiene observed.  We have also been advised that all windows and doors must be kept open during services so 

PLEASE, PLEASE, WRAP UP WELL.  

Every effort will be made not to prolong services especially during the winter months.

T o w a r d s a S y n o d a l C h u r c h The time is ripe for a wider participation of the

People of God in a decision-making process that affects the whole Church and everyone in the Church. ~ Cardinal Grech.” Details of talks on Saturdays in September  at

slaitynetwork@gmail.com.

 

SAFEGUARDING MATTERS:  newsletter can be found on the Bishops’ Conference       website https://www.bcos.org.uk/Safeguarding or by using this link:

https://bit.ly/3h4TkiB.


PARISH OF THE MOST  BLESSED TRINITY                 

CHURCHES OF ST. STEPHEN AND

ALL SAINTS

23rd Sunday of the Year,  Year B

5th September 2021

 MASSES

Monday

7.30 p.m.

10.00 a.m.

Mass with Novena

Eucharistic Service

All Saints

St.  Stephen’s

Streamed

————–

Tuesday

9.30 a.m.

10.00 a.m.

Eucharistic Service

Mass

All Saints

St. Stephen’s

Streamed

————-

Wednesday

9.30 a.m.

10.00 a.m.

Mass

Mass

All Saints

St. Stephen’s

Streamed

————-

Thursday

9.30 a.m.

10.00 a.m.

Eucharistic Service

Mass

All Saints

St. Stephen’s

Streamed

————-

Friday

9.30 a.m.

Mass

All Saints

Streamed

Saturday

4.30 p.m.

5.30 p.m.

Vigil Mass

Vigil Mass

All Saints

St. Stephen’s

Streamed

————-

Sunday

10.30 a.m

12.15 p.m.

5.30 p.m.

Mass

Mass

Mass

All Saints

St. Stephen’s

All Saints

Streamed

————-

Streamed

                                                                                                            

MASS TIMES: We will return to the usual Mass times this week 

Leaflets are available with times of all the weekday    

services in both churches.

Although we are now returning to normal times for Masses,

face masks still require to be worn and hand hygiene observed.  

We have also been advised that all windows and doors must be kept open

during services so 

PLEASE, PLEASE WRAP UP WELL.  

Every effort will be made not to prolong services especially during the winter months.

Theme:   

                                 

First Reading: Isaiah 35: 4-7

God offers courage to all those with faith.

Second Reading:  James 2: 1-5

Do not be deferential to those with riches or power.

Gospel:  Mark 7: 7: 31-37

Our call to have “hearts without borders”.

FEAST DAYS   

Wednesday 8th: The Nativity of Our Lady

Confessions

Confession boxes remain out of use.  Please go to the sacristy for confession before Mass.

VOCATIONS AWARENESS WEEK: starts on Sunday 12th September 2021.  A special collection will be taken up that weekend for the Ecclesiastical Students’ Fund.

SAVE THE DATE

17th September:  A NIGHT WITH CHRISTIAN    Tickets £8. Starts at 7.30 p.m.

MARRIAGE PREPARATION COURSES have now resumed.  The  certificated 1 day course      covers all the necessary pre-marriage sacramental themes required by the Church .  The courses will take place in the Parish Centre of St. Augustine’s Church, Dundyvan Road, Coatbridge

ML5 1DQ on the following days:

¨ Saturday 18th September 2021, 11.30am – 2.30pm

¨ Saturday 23rd October 2021, 11.30am – 2.30pm

¨ Saturday 22nd January 2022, 11.30am – 2.30pm

¨ Saturday 19th February 2022, 11.30am – 2.30pm

¨ Saturday 19th March 2022, 11.30am – 2.30pm

¨ Saturday 23rd April 2022, 11.30am – 2.30pm

These courses may now be booked online at www.marriagefamilylife.org Any queries that couples  may have about the course can be emailed to familylife@rcdom.org.uk.


PARISH OF THE MOST  BLESSED TRINITY                 

CHURCHES OF ST. STEPHEN AND

ALL SAINTS

21st Sunday of the Year,  Year B

22nd August 2021

 MASSES

9.30 a.m. Monday to Friday All Saints Streamed
4.30 p.m. Saturday Vigil All Saints ——
5.30 p.m. Saturday Vigil St. Stephen’s ——
10.30 a.m. Sunday morning All Saints Streamed
12.15 p.m. Sunday morning St. Stephen’s ——

5.30 p.m.

Sunday evening

All Saints

——

MASS TIMES:  it is hoped to return to the usual Mass times in September.

Theme:

First Reading: Joshua 24: 1-2. 15-18

Joshua asks the people to renew their promise to serve the Lord always.

Second Reading: Ephesians 5: 21-52

St. Paul speaks about marriage, obedience, fidelity, love and self-sacrifice.

Gospel:  John 6: 60-69

Jesus, like Joshua, calls for his disciples to remain faithful after some had gone away.

FEAST DAYS   

Tuesday 24th: St. Bartholomew

Friday 27th: St. Monica

Saturday 28th: St. Augustine    

                               

Confessions

Confession boxes remain out of use. Please go to the sacristy for confession before Mass.

 

SPONSORED WALK  🚶‍♀️🚶‍♂️

The sponsored walk in aid of the restoration fund raised the sum of £767; many thanks to all who took part and

to all who sponsored them.  Your help is greatly appreciated.

DIOCESAN VOCATIONS MASS: 26th August 2021 at  7.00 p.m. in

Our Lady of Good Aid Cathedral Motherwell,  You are invited to attend.

 

VOCATIONS

Lord, to whom shall we go?” Jesus is the only answer to our seeking. Could you be on to help people find him, as a priest, a deacon or a religious brother or sister? Speak to your local Vocations Director ,

Father Charles O’Farrell, either by phone 01698 423044 or email frofarrell@rcdom.org.uk.

 

NATIONAL PILGRIMAGE TO CARFIN in honour of St Joseph,  is on Sunday 5th September 2021 at 3.00 p.m.  Principal Celebrant and homilist will be Bishop Brian McGee.

An invitation is extended to all parishioners to attend.

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY                                                                                    

3rd September: BINGO NIGHT.     

Tickets £2.                   Starts at 7.30 p.m.

17th September:          A NIGHT WITH CHRISTIAN

Tickets £8.          Starts at 7.30 p.m.

 

 

NATIONAL SAFEGUARDING WEBINAR

Saturday 2nd October 2021 11.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.  “Growing our Culture of Care” Open to all who have a safeguarding role in the Church’s

safeguarding   efforts: clergy, religious, employees and volunteers.

Registration for this event is NOW OPEN.  The link to the registration page is provided on the flier: https://bit.ly/3gQRdPu .

 

🙏         WORLD DAY OF PRAYER FOR CREATION is on Wednesday 1st September 2021.

Pope Francis calls us all to celebrate this opportune    moment to “reaffirm our personal vocation to be stewards of creation, to thank God for the wonderful handiwork which he has entrusted to our care, and to implore his help for the protection of creation, as well as his pardon for the sins committed against the world in which we live.”

   


PARISH OF THE MOST  BLESSED TRINITY                 

CHURCHES OF ST. STEPHEN AND

ALL SAINTS

THE ASSUMPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY,  Year B

4th July 2021

 

MASSES

     9.30 a.m.

Monday to Friday All Saints streamed

4.30 p.m.

Saturday Vigil All Saints —–

5.30 p.m.

Saturday Vigil

St. Stephen’s

—–

10.30 a.m.

Sunday morning

All Saints

streamed

12.15 p.m. Sunday morning St. Stephen’s

—-

5.30 p.m. Sunday evening All Saints         —–

As we at last return to some form of normality in the church, I’m aware that some parishioners may still feel a little wary which of course is only normal given all we have been through. I’m sure we will all be sensitive towards the concerns of others and help easy their anxiety by giving our reassurances when it helps.
I would like once again like to take this opportunity to thank all our stewards and those who helped with the booking system and for everyone who helped at this time.
Although much has eased in the church the following guide- lines remain in place:
Please use the hand sanitizer as you enter the church.
Please wear a face mask in the church. (This does not apply to children twelve and under) Please continue with track and trace.

CONFESSIONS
Confession boxes remain out of use. Please go to the sacristy for confession before Mass

DIOCESAN VOcATIONS MASS: 26th August 2021 at 7.00 p.m. in Our Lady of Good Aid Cathedral Motherwell, You are invited to attend.

New Eucharistic Ministers and Readers Rotas available.

THE ASSUMPTION OF TIIE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY into Heaven is the physical assumption of the Most BlessedVirgin Mary into the Glory of Heaven at the end of her earthly life. This belief is part of the treasury of the Roman Catholic Church, Eastern Orthodoxy, Oriental Orthodoxy, and parts of Anglicanism. In the Eastern Orthodox churches, the Assumption is
referred as the Dormition of the Theotokos (a Greek word literally meaning “God bearer”). This dogma of faith leaves open the question of Mary’s natural death. Catholic Teaching and the Sense of the Faithful. The Catholic Church teaches as dogma that the Virgin Mary “having completed the course of her earthly life, was assumed body and soul into heavenly glory.” This doctrine was dogmatically defined by Pope Pius XII on November 1, 1950, in the Apostolic Constitution Munificentissimus Deus, while exercising papal infallibility. But Pope Pius was not declaring the belief in the Assumption as something new or novel. There is written evidence of the belief as early as the 4th century in text that covers several different languages and a fairly wide geographical dispersion. Teaching of the Assumption of Mary became widespread across the Christian world, having been celebrated liturgically as early as the 5th century in the East. It was celebrated in the West under Pope Sergius I in the 8th century and Pope Leo IV then confirmed the feast as official.
Theological debate about the Assumption continued, following the Reformation, climaxing in 1950 when Pope Pius XII defined it as dogma for the Catholic Church.
Pope Pius took advantage of modem communications available in his time. He asked bishops worldwide to tell him what the people believed and practiced – the sensus fideum – the sense of the faithful. The dogmatic declaration that the Assumption was part of the “deposit of faith” for all Catholics was just the formal declaration of what the faithful already believed and practised.

BACK TO SCHOOL    As the children and young people return to school we V Jy, A/’ wish them and all the staff every blessing as they begin a 1 ACK 1(15,1 new academic year. Its been a very challenging time for our schools and we pray that a return to normality for the children will be of great benefit to them. Our Lady Seat of Wisdom pray for them.


Bishop Toal has recently undergone eye surgery and is making a good recovery . He thanks us for the generous support of our prayers.


NATIONAL PILGRIMAGE TO CARFIN in honour of St Joseph, is on Sunday

5th September 2021 at 3.00 p.m. Principal Celebrant and homilist will be

Bishop Brian McGee.


PARISH OF THE MOST  BLESSED TRINITY                 

CHURCHES OF ST. STEPHEN AND

ALL SAINTS

14th Sunday of the Year, Year B

4th July 2021

 

MASSES

     9.30 a.m.

Monday to Friday All Saints Streamed

4.30 p.m.

Saturday Vigil All Saints Streamed

5.30 p.m.

Saturday Vigil

St. Stephen’s

—–

10.30 a.m.

Sunday morning

All Saints

Streamed

12.15 p.m. Sunday morning St. Stephen’s

—-

5.30 p.m. Sunday evening All Saints

Streamed

There will be Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament from 9.00 a.m. till 9.25 a.m. Monday to Friday in All Saints Church.

FEAST DAYS

Monday 5th                                 St. Antony Mary Zaccaria

Tuesday 6th                                St. Maria Goretti

Friday 9th                                     Our Lady of Aberdeen

SECOND COLLECTION TODAY Peter’s Pence for the Apostolate of the See of St Peter.

ANNUAL SPONSORED WALK in Dunbeth Park on Sunday1st August 2021. Meet at Quarry Street Gates of                  🚶‍♀️     🚶‍♂️

All Saints at 1.30 p.m. to walk round to the park. Twice round Dunbeth Park. Sponsor Forms will be available from the

Stewards.  This would be a nice way to meet up and reconnect after lockdown.

VOCATIONS: 

“I am sending you to them.” The prophet Ezekiel is called and sent to speak God’s word to his People. Could you be called in a similar way to bring the Gospel to people in priesthood or religious life?

Contact your Vocations Director, Father Charles O’Farrell, either by phone 01698 423044 or email frofarrell@rcdom.org.uk.

GOSPEL REFLECTION

Mark’s Gospel tells us that Jesus sent out the Twelve. These twelve were selected from among Jesus’ disciples and named by Mark in chapter 3. Mark notes that these twelve are also called “apostles.” The word apostle means “one who is sent.” The number twelve is also a symbolic number, representing the twelve tribes of Israel.

By naming twelve apostles, Jesus shows his mission to be in continuity with the mission of God’s people, Israel.

Jesus’ instructions to the apostles are very specific. He repeats the mission that they are sent to preach and to share his authority to heal and to drive out demons. Jesus sends them in pairs, establishing his mission as a communal endeavour. Jesus also instructs them to travel lightly, without the customary food, money, and extra set of clothes. These instructions mean that the Twelve will be dependent on the hospitality of others, just as Jesus depended on others to provide for his needs.

Our Lady of Aberdeen is a Madonna and Child statuette, a copy of a        similar statuette in Brussels known as Notre Dame du Bon Succes. Copies of Notre Dame du Bon Succes are to be found across the North East of Scotland. It is believed that the statue in Brussels may have been in Old Aberdeen as early as 1450. References to a statue in a Chapel at the Bridge of Dee in Aberdeen suggest that it may have been placed there by Bishop Gavin Dunbar of Aberdeen (1514-1531). [11 At the beginning of the

Scottish Reformation (c. 1559) many religious objects from churches in Aberdeen and the St Machar’s Cathedral in Old Aberdeen were given for safe keeping to Catholic sympathisers. It is claimed that the statue was in the hands of a Catholic family, the Gordons of Strathbogie, until 1625. It was then sent to the Low Countries by a William Laing, thought to be the Procurer for copies in St Mary’s Cathedral, Aberdeen and in the Bishop’s House, formerly the Convent of the Sacred Heart in Aberdeen. Other    copies include one in Buckie and one in St Peter’s Church in Aberdeen.

SVDP FURNITURE PROJECT

The SSVP are looking for volunteers at their furniture unit in Wishaw. Help is required in their office, uplifts and furniture deliveries. Are you available

from 11.00 a.m—3.00 p.m once or twice a month to help assist with this work?

Please call 01698 375291 or 07483 363888 Tuesdays or Thursdays  between 11.00 a.m. and 3.00 p.m. or leave a message and they will get back to you

or email: svdpfurniture@outlook.com.


PARISH OF THE MOST  BLESSED TRINITY                 

CHURCHES OF ST. STEPHEN AND

ALL SAINTS

12th Sunday of the Year, Year B

20th June 2021

 

MASSES

9.30 a.m. Monday to Friday All Saints Streamed
4.30 p.m. Saturday Vigil All Saints Streamed
5.30 p.m. Saturday Vigil St. Stephen’s —–
10.30 a.m. Sunday morning All Saints Streamed
12.15 p.m. Sunday morning St. Stephen’s —-
5.30 p.m. Sunday evening All Saints Streamed

There will be Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament from 9.00 a.m. till 9.25 a.m. Monday to Friday in All Saints Church.

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