Parish News for the 12th Week in Ordinary Time

June 22, 2023 by James Elston in Weekly News

This Sunday is the 12th in Ordinary Time. In the Gospel reading Jesus tells his disciples that we are worth more than many sparrows and that every hair on our head has been counted by God, and so there is no need to be afraid. This is not only a comfort to us in times of difficulty but also a challenge to bring that message to others in the way we live and the things that we say. Click here for the Scripture Readings.

Sundays at 11
After Mass on Sunday, Christina and Richard will talk about their recent trip to Ghana. It will also be a chance to celebrate Fr. James being made an Honorary Canon in the Cathedral of S. Michael in Mampong, with a glass of fizz.

Wren Churches Tour
Please join us for a tour of Wren churches in the City of London on Tuesday 27th June led by Angela Devaney and Lester Hillman. We will meet at 11am at Mansion House tube station, visit four Wren churches and have lunch at Salvation Army HQ. Please see Angela for more details.

S. Paul’s Patronal Festival
On Sunday 2nd July at 11.30am Sung Mass at S. Paul’s Camden Square, followed
by a bring-and-share lunch with festival cocktails. All are welcome. PLEASE COME!

Parish film 
A really beautiful 7mins film has been made about the S.Paul’s Woodland Garden Project. Please click here to watch.

Regular Giving
Supports our ministry and keeps our doors open everyday of the year for all. Click here to sign up. Every little helps.

Mass Times

Sunday 25th June
12th per annum
Solemn Mass 9.30am followed by coffee 

Monday 26th June
Mass 9.30am

Tuesday 27th June
S.Cyril of Alexandria
Mass and Benediction 6.30pm followed by drinks

Wednesday 28th June
Mass 11am at S.Paul’s followed by coffee

Thursday 29th June
Ss.Peter & Paul
Mass 10am followed by coffee

Friday 30th June
First Martyrs of Rome
Mass 1.05pm at S.Mary’s Fr James’ day-off 

Saturday 1st July
S.Oliver Plunket
Mass 10am 

Sunday 2nd July
13th per annum
Solemn Mass 9.30am followed by coffee

Patronal Festival Mass 11.30am at S.Paul’s followed by lunch