Parish News for the 31st Week in Ordinary Time

October 28, 2021 by James Elston in Weekly News

Weekly News

This Sunday we celebrate All Saints. However alone we might feel we are always surrounded by the angels and saints who constantly worship God in the heavenly courts and offer us their prayers and protection. The Gospel reading is from the Sermon on the Mount and in the Beatitudes we see the path to holiness for all. Click here for the readings.

All Saints Sunday
Simon and his choir will be singing Missa O Quam Gloriosum by Victoria and the anthem is O What there Joy by Harris – Don’t miss the wonderful music this Sunday

Old S. Pancras Church Honey
Sundays at 11 will be led by Aisling, our beekeeper who will give an update on the bee hives. There will honey tasting and an opportunity to buy a jar of Old S. Pancras Church honey.

The Month of All Souls
November is the month of Souls when we pray for the faithful departed. If you would like a Mass said for a loved one during the month, please let Fr. James know.

All Souls Day Requiem Mass
On Tuesday 2nd November at 6.30pm there will be a Solemn Mass with full choir singing the Fauré Requiem. Please speak to Nicolas to add names of the departed to the prayer list for this day.

Memorial Lamps
Seven-day memorial lamps can be purchased at £5 each in memory of loved ones and will burn in the Walsingham Chapel for a week from All Souls Day. Please speak to Nicolas to buy one.

Mass Times

Sunday 31st October
All Saints Sunday
Solemn Mass 9.30am

Monday 1st November 
Mass 9.30am

Tuesday 2nd November 
All Soul’s Day
Solemn Requiem Mass

Wednesday 3rd November 
S.Martin de Porres
Mass at St Paul’s 11am
followed by coffee

Thursday 4th November 
S Charles Borromeo
Mass 10am
followed by coffee

Friday 5th November 
Fr James day-off
Mass at S.Mary’s 1.05pm

Saturday 6th November 
Our Lady
Mass 10am

Sunday 7th November 
32nd per Annum
Solemn Mass 9.30am

Parish Mass and lunch for All Saints-tide 11.30am at S.Paul’s Camden Square