Mass Times and Intentions

Sunday 12 July 8.00am Our Lady All who work at sea
9.15am St Anselm For the Parish.
11.30am Our Lady Kay York (Foundation Mass)
Monday 13 July 9.30am Our Lady Monica O’Connor (Foundation Mass)
Wednesday 15 July 6.00pm Our Lady For the Sick
Friday 17 July 9.30am Our Lady Julie Foster (Foundation Mass)
Saturday 18July 10.00am Our Lady Gregory Nutt (Anniversary), followed by
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
Sunday 19 July 8.00am Our Lady De Bless Family (Foundation Mass)
9.15am St Anselm For the Parish
11.30am Our Lady Irene Leslon RIP
Tuesday 14 July 1.00pm Our Lady Parish Prayer Time
Tuesday 14 July 7.00pm St Anselm Prayer Group
Thursday 16 July 7.00pm Our Lady Holy Hour with Chapelet, Novena,
Benediction and
Holy Communion

Our Lady Saturday 18 July 10.30am Confessions after 10am Mass.

Prayer Advocates’ Intention is to pray for all carers.
Last week’s collections:
Our Lady: £296.06.
St Anselm: £248.50.: Many thanks. There is a 2nd collection this morning for the work of the Apostleship of the Sea.
Sea Sunday. Today is Sea Sunday, when the Church prays for all those who live
and work at sea. Without them we would not have most of the items we buy in the shops. Today’s 2nd collection is for the Apostleship of the Sea (AoS), the Church’s official maritime welfare agency. It
supports seafarers both practically and spiritually. This annual collection is absolutely vital to enable it to continue its work, so please give generously and remember seafarers in your prayers. Thank
Parish Tea. This will be held in the grounds of the Presbytery on Saturday 18th July from 3pm. Please put your name on the list at the back the church next week if you would like to attend.
Suicide Bill.
On Friday 11th September the House of Commons will debate and vote on a Bill to legalise assisted suicide. This will put the most vulnerable people in our society at risk. Please contact
your MP, urging them to attend the debate and vote against the Bill. You can send an e-mail to your MP via the Catholic Bishops’ Conference website (http://www.catholicnews.org.uk/assisted
) or send a letter by post, a draft of which can be found at the back of the Church.It is urgent that as many letters should be sent to local MPs before Parliament rises on 22nd July.
of St. Gregory.
The clergy and people of St. Gregory’s, Northampton invite priests, deacons, religious and parishioners of our Pastoral Area to share with them in celebrating the Feast of St. Gregory
the Great on Thursday 3rd September at Mass at 7pm followed by refreshments.
Autumn Courses. There will be various courses held in the Pastoral Area, starting from September 2015. They are as
follows: St. Gregory’s: The Pillars (studying the 1st part of the Catechism of the Catholic Church: the Creed) Tuesday 8th September, 7pm for 7.30pm – 9pm. 12 week course. The Bible Timeline
Wednesday 2nd September 10am-12 midday. 24 week course.
Sacred Heart: Matthew; The King and His Kingdom Tuesday 1st September 10.30am-12.30pm 24 week course.
Our Lady of Perpetual Succour:
Acts, The spread of the Kingdom Monday 7th September 1pm-3pm 20 week course.
St. Peter the Apostle, Rushden: Matthew; The King and His Kingdom Thursday 10th September. 2 courses: 1pm-3pm
and at 7pm-9pm. 24 week course. T3: Teen Timeline an 8 part Bible Study. Term time only. For 13+ age group. Also a Youth Group for 9-11 year olds. Friday 11th September at 7pm. (More details from
Monica: 01933 396986)
Warning from the Police. Yet again there are scams going around. One of the latest is a phone call to say that a requested loan has been approved, but that an “advance fee”
is needed before it can be paid. Please do not fall for this. It is a scam. No reputable company will ring you and ask you for “advanced fees” before paying out a requested loan. There is also a further
warning. If you get a phone call from someone saying he is “Detective Constable Martin Benton of New Scotland Yard Fraud Dept”, please put the phone down. There is no such person at the Metropolitan Police.