Parish News for the 23rd Week in Ordinary Time

September 12, 2023 by James Elston in Weekly News

This Sunday is the 23rd in Ordinary Time. In the Gospel reading, Jesus gives the apostles the power to forgive sins on earth. This ministry comes down to us in the Sacrament of Confession. Our Bishops who are in direct succession to the first Apostles ordain priests to absolve the sins of those who come to him. There is a good guide to making your confession, Everyone Can, No One Should and Some Ought to… speak me if you want to find out more.Click here for the Scripture Readings. Thank you to Fr Paschal for celebrating and preaching on Sunday while I am away. 

Old S.Pancras Churchyard- Dying to get in
Sunday 10th September 2pm. A guided walk of the churchyard with Lester Hillman, meet at church at 1.50pm. All Free and all welcome

Feast of the Holy Cross 
S. Andrew Holborn Wednesday 13th September at 7pm, Jonathan our Bishop will celebrate a Choral Mass at S. Andrew Holborn The Mass will be followed by drinks and supper. All welcome.

Silent Prayer Group will meet again at S. Paul’s Camden Square on Thursday at 1pm on the 21st September. These short sessions of contemplative prayer are led by Judy Powell who is a Licensed Lay Minister and an experienced spiritual director. All welcome.

A Celebration of the church restoration
Saturday 30th September at 10am. Choral Mass with the Bishop of Fulham followed by and drinks and brunch with talks about the restoration.
Holy Land Pilgrimage 2024
Fr James is leading a pilgrimage in September next year. Click here for more details.

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 10th September
XXIII per Annum
Solemn Mass 9.30am followed by coffee

Monday 11th September
Mass 9.30am

Tuesday 12th September
The Holy Name of Mary
Mass and Benediction 6.30pm followed by drinks

Wednesday 13th September
S.John Chrysostom
Mass 11am at S.Paul’s followed by coffee

Thursday 14th September
Holy Cross Day
Mass 10am followed by coffee

Friday 15th September
Our Lady of Sorrows
Mass 1.05pm at S.Mary’s Fr James’ day-off 

Saturday 16th September
Ss.Cornelius & Cyprian
Mass 10am 

Sunday 17th September
XXIV per Annum
Solemn Mass 9.30am followed by coffee