On Sunday, November 28th, we begun the new year in the liturgical Calendar of the Catholic Church, celebrating the FIRST SUNDAY OF ADVENT. Advent always starts on the fourth Sunday before Christmas; this year on Sunday, November 28th and concludes on Friday, December 24th. read further… The word ‘advent’ comes from the Latin ‘advenio’, meaning…
Christmas is one of the most important Christian and cultural holidays of the year, but what is the true meaning of Christmas? For Christians, the true meaning of Christmas is the celebration of the Saviour, Jesus Christ. read further… The word ‘Christmas’ literally means ‘Christian Mass’; it’s a shortened form of Christ’s Mass. Christmas is…
Winners for March 2019 1st Prize – L. Preston 2nd Prize – P. Bowyer 3rd Prize – T. Bowen Congratulations!
Children in non-Catholic Schools requiring preparation for the Sacraments and non-Catholic children in Catholic Schools wishing to become Catholics. Next meeting Saturday 9th March 2019 following Mass at 9:30 at St Augustine’s Church, Meir. For more information please contact Gabrielle Halliday – 07764 245344
Bible Study meets on Thursdays at 19:30 in St. Augustine’s Presbytery. We spend time looking at the Mass Readings for the following Sunday – why not join us? These are very interesting sessions which last about an hour. Led by Mark Saxby.
Sessions at St Augustine’s Church on TUESDAYS at 19:30. This course is for those who want to know more about the Catholic Church and Faith. It is aimed at Catholics who want to deepen their faith and for those who are not Catholic who are interested in finding out about the Church & Faith.
Fr. Kaz invites all the Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion of our 3 parishes to meet on Friday 22 June. There will be Eucharistic Adoration and Benediction from 6pm, with Mass at 7pm, followed by our meeting.
If it is your Birthday this month why not add your name in the booklet at the back of church. Mass will be celebrated for your birthday intentions on the last Sunday of the month. On your birthday, we pray that God continue to pour out his blessings into your life and to the people…
ST FILUMENA’S COMMUNITY SUPPORT GROUP – There will be Social Afternoons, at the Presbytery, with various activities, including tea and biscuits, on Monday afternoons from 13:30 to 15:30 commencing February 5th
St Filumena’s Community Support Group – The Autumn Fayre raised £1,283.89 and together with donations totalling £110 the total for the event is £1,393.89. Many thanks for all the hard work put in before, during and after the event and all who supported the day!!