St. Thomas More Catholic Church, Bostall Park
Fr. John O'Donoghue 420a Long Lane, Bexleyheath, DA7 5JW (T: 020-8303 2189)

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Month of February 2018 B

Sunday 11th February - 6th Sunady in Ordinary Time b

Thursday 15th February

09:00

10:30

Augustinho Fernandes

All Parishioners

2nd Collection for 'Poor Parishes'

10:00

12:00

19:15

Jimmy Maloney (RIP) (Michael, Betty, Kathleen McCarthy)

St Thomas More Lunch Club

Michael Malone- Reception into the Church followed by the Knights of St Columba Mass at 19:30

Monday 12th

Friday 16th February

09:30

Deceased members of the Castanha Family

11:00

Requiem Mass for Michael Malone followed by committal at Hillview Cemetery 13:00

Tuesday 13th

Saturday 17th

09:00

Mrs Deirdre Hickey (RIP) Please note change of time

09:00

18:30

Ken Howlett (RIP) (Snashall Family)

Audrey Fernandes (RIP) (Bernie Fernandes)

Wednesday 14th - Ash Wednesday Monday 18th February - 1st Sunday of Lent
10:00


20:00
Timothy Carroll (RIP)

No Confirmation Meeting - Half Term

James, Matthew and Elton D'Souza (Thanksgiving)
09:00

10:30

Audrey Fernandes(RIP)

All Parishioners

 

First Reading: (Lev 13:2.44-46). According to the Law of Moses, anyone showing symptoms of leprosy must live outside the Israelite community and must warn others of their unclean condition.

Second Reading: (1Cor. 10:31-11;1). We are to try to be helpful to all and do everything for God’s glory.

Responsorial Psalm: (Ps. 31) You are my refuge, O Lord; you fill me with the joy of salvation.

The Gospel: (Mk 1:40-45). After healing a leper, Jesus has to guard against his mission being misunderstood.

 

Requiem Mass – Christine Wilson

The requiem mass will take place at St. Thomas More at 3pm on 22nd February 2018 Committal to take place at Eltham Crematorium on 23rd February at 9.45. There will be No Mass on Friday 23rd

 

Eucharistic Congress, Liverpool. September 2018 Why spend time before the Blessed Sacrament?

You grow spiritually with each moment you spend with Jesus! "Our essential commitment in life is to preserve and advance constantly in Eucharistic life and Eucharistic piety and to grow spiritually in the climate of the Holy Eucharist." (Pope John Paul II, Redeemer of Man) He is really there! "I myself am the living bread come down from heaven." (Jn 6:35)

 

The Co-Workers of St. Theresa of Calcutta

The Co-Workers of St Theresa of Calcutta are holding a coffee morning in the Church Hall This morning after the 9am Mass. Please come and support us.

 

Urban Oasis

The Sisters of St Andrew in Lewisham provide ‘a time to chill’, to pause, rest reflect in their urban oasis. Each Wednesday during Lent from 10.30am-1pm, there is a Lenten Journey entitled ‘Women who inspired Jesus.’ Input using Gospel texts and works of art, person quiet time, possibility to use art and creativity. No artistic skills needed. Book for a whole series, or one or more of the mornings. Contact Sisters of St Andrew. 99 Belmont Hill, Lewisham SE13 5DY Tel.No. 0208 852 1662 or email on welcome@sisters-of-st-andrew.com

 

Christ the King 6th Form College

A Level Open days 2018 5.30 – 7.30pm Christ the King Emmanuel: Lewisham – Tuesday 20th February Christ the King: St Mary’s, Sidcup – Tuesday 27th February Christ the King: Aquinas, Brockley Thursday 8th March. Register for these events on the website – www.ctksfc.ac.uk Admissions telephone number 0208 297 9433



HCPT: Taking sick and disabled to Lourdes

VALENTINES DANCE Saturday 17th February 2018 8pm ‘til 11pm Entertainment by Clif. Admission £4.00 Bring a friend or two ….enjoy yourselves. There will the Bar and a Raffle!! Tickets in advance from Tony brook or committee members. Or on the door on the night For more information please call 07833 707016


 

Parish Eucharistic Adoration

Thanks to all who participated especially during the early hours of Saturday February 3rd Feb. Time spent in the presence of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament is always a true blessing. Thank you

Advanced Notice Mass of Thanksgiving:

For 100 Years of Columban Mission. Saturday 30th June 2018. 12.30pm at St George’s Cathedral, London. SE1

Catholic Bible Society

A Speaker from the Catholic Bible Society will speak at all Masses next weekend, the first Sunday of lent. A follow up session on ‘How we might use the Scriptures in our personal private prayer’ will take place at 3.30pm. All are invited. Fr John will hopefully be able to arrange further input on Tuesday nights at 7.30pm in the Church. Do please commit. Thank you.

Ladies Wednesday Club

Will be meeting at 7.30 in the hall. Information: Mary Kearns 0208 304 2456.  

 

 

Changes to Counters Rota

Caroline Walters and Melissa Goes move to February 25th. 4th March as per rota.

CAFOD FAMILY FAST DAY February 23rd

We will be joined by a speaker on the weekend of the 17th and 18th February at all Masses.

 

 

Bexley Council Upcycling Project

Bexley Council are running three FREE events: Crepes and Craft Tuesday 13th February 10am – 1.30pm. Summer Swish (clothes swap) in June and a Family Summer Fun Day in July, plus a range of other workshops for just £5 each: two food From Around the World’ cookery workshops; Jewellery Making for Mothers’ Day: Memory Keepsakes plus many more. To enrol or for further information visit WWW.lecb.ac.uk or call 0203 045 5176 The Crepes and Craft: Families can cook pancakes and take part in other craft activities. Plus attendees can help to create a patchwork throw which will be donated to SNAP, a local charity for families of disabled children

2nd Collection This Week For ‘Poor Parishes’


This collection enables the Archbishop to make grants to some of the poorer parishes in the diocese

 

Mass attendence on 4th February 2018: 402

Counters -18.02.2018

Hugh Willan and Joe Bowman

 

 

Previous Newsletters

2018
 
20th-21st January 2018
 
 
 
 
 
 
2017
 
 
 
 
 
18th-19th March 2017 
 
 
 
 
2nd-3rd December 2017
9th-10th December 2017
16th-17th December 2017