Mass Times


SUNDAY:     PARISH MASS of the Holy Trinity with Child Baptisms at 10.00am
                                   Mass with the LGBT+ community and friends at 3.00pm – all welcome

MONDAY:            Adoration at 8.30am   Service of Word & Communion at 9.00am

TUESDAY:           Adoration at 5.30pm    Mass at 6.00pm

WEDNESDAY:   Adoration at 5.30pm    Mass at 6.00pm

THURSDAY:       Feast of St Alban, First Martyr of Britain (3rd Century)
                                     Mass at 12 noon, followed by Adoration until 1.30pm

FRIDAY:        Feast of St Aloysius Gonzaga, Jesuit brother (died aged 23 in 1591)
                            Adoration at 8.15pm  Morning Prayer at 8.45am Mass at 9.00am

SATURDAY:     Feast of St John Fisher, bishop & St Thomas More, politician, martyrs (d. 1535)
                                  Adoration at 11.30am   Mass at 12 noon

                                          Sacrament of Reconciliation:  after Mass and 4.30-5.00pm

TODAY   [1] Having celebrated the great events of our salvation in Christ, on the Feast of the Holy and Undivided Trinity we now celebrate the very being of God Who is Love. The Divine is a network of loving relationships between Father, Son and Holy Spirit. between the Creator, the Pain-bearer and the Love-maker. And we are created in the image and likeness of this God who is loving relationships. So we celebrate also who we are!
[2] Very appropriately on this Feast of the Trinity, we have the joy of celebrating the Sacrament of Baptism with some of our children. Please pray for them and their families.
[3] It is also Fathers’ Day – so congratulations and prayers for all the Fathers in our community, as they with their wife/partner create a safe and loving environment for their children
[4] Mass and Ministry with the LGBT+ community and family & friends – all very welcome to come and share.

NEXT SUNDAY    [1] We celebrate the the Feast of the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ (‘Corpus Christi’), giving great thanks for the sublime gift of the Eucharist, Jesus giving us Himself as our food and drink to nourish our lives with His love and transform us into His presence in the world. May our love for the Christ of the Eucharist will grow.
[2] We have the joy of celebrating First Eucharist with 18 of our children and young people – 16 families in all. This is such a sign of hope for our community and its future! Please pray for them, that they will continue to ‘grow in all ways into Christ’.

DIOCESAN PRAYER    The Diocese prays today for the Parishes in Communion for Mission of St Joseph’s, Stonehouse and the Annunciation, Woodchester, served by Fr William Watson, Deacon Bogdan Wasylkiw and Parish Administrator Frances Little Ouerghemi  and both their communities.


Sunday             Proverbs 8: 22-31 / Psalm 8 / Romans 5: 1-5 /John 16: 12-15

Monday           2 Corinthians 6: 1-10 / Psalm 97 / Matthew 5: 38-42

Tuesday           2 Corinthians 8: 1-9 / Psalm 145 / Matthew 5: 43-48

Wednesday   2 Corinthians 9: 6-11 / Psalm 111 / Matthew 6: 1-6, 16-18

Thursday         2 Corinthians 11: 1-11 / Psalm 110 / Matthew 6: 7-15

Friday                2 Corinthians 11: 18, 21-30 / Psalm 33 / Matthew 6: 19-23

Saturday         2 Maccabees 6: 18, 21, 24-31 / Psalm 30 / Matthew 24: 4-13