TIMES OF MASS FOR THE 32nd WEEK OF THE YEAR
SUNDAY: PARISH MASS of Remembrance and Peace at 10.00am
Parish Forum 12.45-2.45pm – all strongly invited
Signed Mass for the Catholic Deaf Association at 3pm – all welcome
MONDAY: Adoration at 8.30am Service of Word and Communion at 9.00am
TUESDAY: Feast of St Josaphat, Ukrainian Rite Bishop & Martyr for Unity (1580-1623)
Adoration at 5.30pm Evening Mass at 6.00pm followed by Scripture Group
Parish Pastoral Council at 7.00pm
WEDNESDAY: Feast of the Beatified Martyrs of Clifton Diocese
Adoration at 5.30pm Evening Mass at 6.00pm (NB changed time)
Interfaith dialogue on Meaning of Peace at 7.15pm (Cathedral)
THURSDAY: Feast of St Albert the Great, Dominican Bishop & Theologian (1206-1280)
Mass at 12 noon Adoration until 1.30pm
FRIDAY: Feast of St Edmund, Archbishop of Canterbury (1175-1240)
Adoration at 8.15am Morning Prayer at 8.45am Mass at 9.00am
SATURDAY: Feast of St Hugh of Lincoln (12th century)
Adoration at 11.30am Mass at 12 noon
Zimbabwean Mass in Shona at 1.30pm
Sacrament of Reconciliation: 4.30-5.00pm only
TODAY  On the Thirty-Second Sunday of the Year we celebrate the Prophet Jesus, lover of the poor who raises them up to teach us true humanity, authentic Christianity. The impoverished widow who out of her poverty gives everything teaches the rich and wealthy who give their ‘left-overs’ to God! To follow Jesus is to give everything!
 It is also Remembrance Sunday when we remember all who have perished (both military and civilian) in the carnage of war so often perpetrated on humanity in the past more than 100 years. This year this Remembrance is especially important, being the 100th Anniversary of the end of the First World War. We offer a Mass for the Peace of the World.
 Following Mass we gather (from 12.45 to 2.45pm) for our Parish Forum – all invited so that your voice may heard and you can contribute to the growth of our parish life and mission. Please make this meeting a priority!
 Signed Mass for the Deaf at 3.00pm.
NEXT SUNDAY:  As we draw near to the Season of Advent on the Thirty-Third Sunday of the Year we celebrate the Lord who will come again to bring about the final transformation of the whole of creation. We are as ever called to be alert to the ‘Signs of the Times’ and play our part working as co-creators with our God in the renewal and transformation as Christ becomes ‘all in all’, the fulness of Creation gathered into His Body.
 We are celebrating Baptism with some of our children and renewing our own commitment to to living as Children of God, Children of the Light, Prophets of Good news to the world. Please pray for our children and their families.
DIOCESAN PRAYER The Diocese prays us and our neighbouring parishes this week – for the Parishes in Communion for Mission of St Nicholas of Tolentino, Easton, St Joseph’s, Fishponds, and St Patrick’s, Redfield, served by Fr Richard McKay, Fr Paul Vettikkattu CST, Fr Joy Vayalil CST, Fr Gregory Grant, Deacons Jack Brannigan (retired), Denis Deasey, Rob Easton, parish administrators Robert Van Hawrylak (& team), Ameila Dunford and Mary Ainger and all their communities.
WORD OF GOD FOR THIRTY-SECOND WEEK OF THE YEAR
Sunday 1 Kings 17: 10-16 / Psalm 145 / Hebrews 9: 24-28 / Mark 12: 38-44
Monday Titus 1: 1-9 / Psalm 23 / Luke 17: 1-6
Tuesday Titus 2: 1-8, 11-14 / Psalm 36 / Luke 17: 7-10
Wednesday Titus 3: 1-7 / Psalm 22 / Luke 17: 11-19
Thursday Philemon 7-20 / Psalm 145 / Luke 17: 20-25
Friday 2 John 4-9 /Psalm 118 / Luke 17: 26-37
Saturday 3 John 5-8 / Psalm 111 / Luke 18: 1-8