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Parish Notices – 27 AUGUST 2017

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MASS TIMES & INTENTIONS

Twenty First Sunday in Ordinary Time
Sunday 27th August 2017   Intention  
Sunday 27th August 10am John Stringfellow RIP St Mary’s
2.45pm

3pm

Benediction

People of the Parish

St Mary’s
Monday 28th August

St Augustine Bishop & Doctor

9am

3 pm

Fr. Eugene Dolan

Sick and Needy

St Mary’s

St Mary’s

 

Tuesday 29th August

Passion of John the Baptist

 

9am

3pm

John & Annie

Sick & Needy

St Mary’s

Ladyewell

Wednesday 30th August

Sts. Margaret Clitherow, Anne Line & Margaret Ward

9am

3pm

Martin

Sick & Needy

St Mary’s

Ladyewell

Thursday 31st August

St. Aidan & the Saints of

Lindisfarne

9am

3pm

 

Private Intention

Stephen & Gabrielle Morrison

St Mary’s

Ladyewell

 

Friday 1st September

World Day of Prayer for the care of Creation

12 noon

 

Michael & Winnie Ladyewell

 

Saturday 22nd September 12noon Ward Family Ladyewell

 

Sunday 3rd September 10am

2.45pm

3pm

Julie

Benediction

People of the Parish

St Mary’s

St Mary’s

St. Mary’s

 

 

Please pray for the sick Elsie Wilson, Cynthia Holden, and all in Preston Private Nursing Home

 

 

     Everyone is welcome to join us for Coffee after 10am Mass

 

 

1st Sunday of each month at the end of Mass anyone who will be having a        birthday in that month come forward for a blessing

 

Number attending Mass 106  Collection   £360.40

 

 

Red Mission Boxes.   Please can these be brought to Church anyone wishing to have a Mission Box please contact Barbara Ryan

 

 

  1. Preston Food Bank would be grateful for donations of food or toiletries. These can be left at the back of Church.   Thank you

     

     

  2.  Church Cleaners. Thanks to those who have joined the team of Church Cleaners.

    We would be grateful if any member of the Parish would be willing to help           with cleaning our beautiful Church please contact either Father Ernest or Father Mario those who would like to clean the church on a Saturday this could be arranged.

     

  1. Lancaster Diocese Annual Pilgrimage to Cleator Moor.

    Our Lady Seat of Wisdom. Sunday 10th September 2017.

    Mass and blessing of the sick at 3pm

    Principal Celebrant & Preacher. Bishop Michael Campbell OSA

    All enquiries to St Mary’s Cleator Tele: 01946810324

     

  1. Women together in the Diocese of Lancaster.

    All Women of the Diocese are invited to St Peter’s Cathedral. Lancaster

    To explore the themes of Pope Francis Love letter to Families “Amoris Laetitiae. By Veronica Murphy from Arch Diocese of Liverpool.

    Mass will be celebrated at 12.15 by Bishop Michael Campbell OSA

    Further information Tele: 01772 7125495

     

  1. Ladyewell Shrine.

    Saturday 2nd September Knights of St Columba, Province 21

    Tuesday 5th September  Cenacolo Community

    Friday 8th September    St Winifrede’s Heaton Mersey, Stockport

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Parish Notices – 30 July 2017

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MASS TIMES & INTENTIONS

Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Year A
Sunday 30th July 2017   Intention Location
Sunday 30th July 10am Paul Fingleton RIP St Mary’s
2.45pm

3pm

Benediction

People of the Parish

St Mary’s
Monday 31st July

St Ignatius of Loyola

9am

3 pm

John & Diana

Albert Mearns

St Mary’s

St Mary’s

 

Tuesday 1st August

St Alphonsus

9am

3pm

Andrea, Bridie & Tom

Stephanie Morrison

St Mary’s

Ladyewell

Wednesday 2nd August

St Eusebius of Vercelli

St Peter Julian Eymard

9am

3pm

Paul Fingleton RIP

Veronica Mearns

St Mary’s

Ladyewell

Thursday 3rd August 9am

3pm

 

Ronald Smith

Lauren Blundell

St Mary’s

Ladyewell

 

Friday 4th August

St John Vianney

12noon

2pm

Paul Fingleton RIP

Interment of Cremated Remains

Ron Holden

 

Ladyewell

St. Mary’s

Saturday 5th August

Dedication of the Basilica of

St Mary Major

12noon Paul Fingleton RIP

 

Ladyewell

 

Sunday 6th August

Transfiguration of the Lord

10am

2.45pm

3pm

Alex Shaw

Benediction

People of the Parish

St Mary’s

St Mary’s

St. Mary’s

 

 

Please pray for the sick Elsie Wilson, Derrick Booth, Cynthia Holden, and Anne Swarbrick.  all in Preston Private Nursing Home

 

 

Everyone is welcome to join us for Coffee after 10am Mass

 

 

1st Sunday of each month at the end of Mass anyone who will be having a        birthday in that month come forward for a blessing

 

Number attending Mass 103      Collection £344.32

 

 

 

  1. Preston Food Bank would be grateful for donations of food or toiletries. These can be left at the back of Church.   Thank you

     

     

  2.  Church Cleaners. Thanks to those who have joined the team of Church Cleaners.

    We would be grateful if any member of the Parish would be willing to help           with cleaning our beautiful Church please contact either Father Ernest or Father Mario those who would like to clean the church on a Saturday this could be arranged.

     

     

     

  3. Future Events at Ladyewell

     

    Tuesday 1st August. St Edward’s SVP Group Oldham

    Tuesday 15th August. Our Lady & St Edwards, West Houghton

    Tuesday 15th August Sacred Heart Church Colne

    Wednesday 16th August. Catenian Widower’s Group

    Saturday 19th August . St Teresa’s Penwortham (Leyland Deanery)

    Saturday 26th August. Catholic Women’s League. Lancaster Diocese

     

     

     

Parish Newsletter – 9 July 2017

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MASS TIMES & INTENTIONS

Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Year A
Sunday 9th July   Intention Location
Sunday 9th July 10am Maureen Bowen St Mary’s
2.45pm3pm BenedictionPeople of the Parish St Mary’s
Monday 10th July 9am3 pm Robert Ashuikeka (Anniversary)Sick and Needy St Mary’sSt Mary’s

 

Tuesday 11th JulySt Benedict (Abbot) 9am3pm Prince & DeepaSick and Needy St Mary’sLadyewell
Wednesday 12th July 9am3pm

 

John & MumSick and Needy St Mary’sLadyewell

 

Thursday 13th JulySt Henry 9am3pm Julie O’HaraSick and Needy St Mary’sLadyewell
Friday 14th JulySt Camillus of Lellis 12noon  Michael Nickson Ladyewell 
Saturday  15th JulySt Bonaventure 12noon Pam Anene St Mary’s 
Sunday 16th JulyFifteenth Sunday in Ordinary

Time.

10am2.45pm

3pm

Kathleen WilliamsBenediction

People of the Parish

 St Mary’s

 

 

Please pray for the sick Elsie Wilson, Derrick Booth, Cynthia Holden, and Anne Swarbrick.  all in Preston Private Nursing Home

 

 

Everyone is welcome to join us for Coffee after 10am Mass

 

 

1st Sunday of each month at the end of Mass anyone who will be having a        birthday in that month come forward for a blessing

 

Number attending Mass    98         Collection £ 336.74

 

 

  1. Preston Food Bank would be grateful for donations of food or toiletries. These can be left at the back of Church.   Thank you 

     

  2.  Church Cleaners. Thanks to those who have joined the team of Church Cleaners.We would be grateful if any member of the Parish would be willing to help           with cleaning our beautiful Church please contact either Father Ernest or Father Mario those who would like to clean the church on a Saturday this could be arranged.

     

     

  3. Our Lady’s Catholic High School.School Production      School of Rock

    11/12/13th July 2017.      Tickets  Adults £7.00 Children £4.00

     

  4. Future Events. 

     

    Monday 10th& Friday 14th    St Albert’s & St Bridget’s School Stockbridge

    Village.

    Tuesday 11th/Wednesday 12th    St Peter’s School. Blackburn

    Saturday 15th July. Knights of St Columba (Province 8)

     

Lancaster Diocesan Pilgrimage 2017

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PILG 17 2LANCASTER DIOCESE AT LADYEWELL SHRINE Great is the goodness of God! It is yet another remarkable pilgrimage of the Diocese to Ladyewell Shrine. The beauty of this day is seen in the brightness of the day as the Sun shone through the day bringing God’s goodness and smiles to all who attended.

Speaking in his homily, the Bishop beautifully explained the symbolism of Water as source of life. As source of life and cleansing, water refreshes and purifies. Spiritually, it symbolises what God gives us: Cleansing and new life through Baptism. Through water, we get spiritual refreshment and cleansing. Water symbolises God’s gift of the Holy Spirit, who quenches our spiritual thirst leading us to deeper knowledge and love of God, the Bishop explained.

Relating the above to today’s pilgrimage, the Bishop explained that all are to see their pilgrimage today as a journey to the refreshing spring of God. Pilgrimage to the well should remind all of the journey of faith began at Baptism, he articulated. Strengthened by this journey, we are to strive on in faith witnessing. It PILG 17 3should help us to deepen and renew baptismal promises and commitment to faith.

Gratitude to God who brightened the day with warmth and sunshine! Gratitude to Our Lady of Fernyhalgh and the Lancashire Martyrs for great faith and prayers!! Gratitude to our dear Bishop!! Gratitude to the Priests and Religious in attendance for their time and support. Gratitude to the People of God in Lancaster Diocese. long live Lancaster Diocese. Blessed be the holy and undivided Trinity, now and for ever. Amen.

HOLY WEEK & EASTER 2017

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  1. HOLY WEEK & EASTER SERVICES.Holy Thursday                     7pm

    Good Friday                         10.30am    Stations of the Cross

    3pm           Celebration of the Lords Passion

    Easter Vigil                           7pm

    Easter Sunday                      10am          Holy Mass

    3pm          NO MASS

    Ladyewell House.  Will be closed from Holy Thursday 13th April – Friday  21st April. Prayer Room and grounds we are open.

HOMILY FOR 3RD SUNDAY OF ADVENT, YEAR A

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HOMILY FOR 3RD SUNDAY OF ADVENT, YEAR A

Today is liturgically described as “Gaudete Sunday “. That is why our priests are vested in pink or rose regalia. “Gaudete” is a Latin word for “rejoice “. The church calls her children to rejoice for their salvation is near at hand. She presents to her children the glimpse of hope in the redemptive work of the Messiah among us. It does not matter the circumstances one finds himself or herself. The call remains that of Joy. St Paul made this acclamation superbly in his letter to the Philippians: “Rejoice in the Lord always; again, I say Rejoice “(Phi 4:4).

 

The questions that often come to mind are: “How can I really rejoice in the midst of the unprecedented persecutions unleashed against Christians in the Middle East and some parts of Africa? ” “How possible is the manifestation of blissful joy in the presence of hunger, political suppression, poverty and high rate of fatal diseases such as Cancer?” “Are we really called to rejoice while the threats against Christian marriage and family life abound?” “Does the church really mean this clarion call or is it for formalities, and just on the level of quixotism without practical application? ” All these aghast socioeconomic and politico- religious circumstances that bedevil our world of today question the idea of “Gaudete.”

 

Like John the Baptist in the gospel we all have the tendency to ask the Lord; ” are you the one who is to come, or have we got to wait for someone else?” John the Baptist as we all know is the forerunner of Jesus Christ. He identified or pin pointed Jesus as the Messiah from his mother’s womb. He baptised Jesus and humbly proclaimed him the Messiah with a noble assertion that has become a liturgically icon expression throughout the history of the church;” behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world “(John 1:29). He even refused to be identified as Christ. He humbly declared “I am not the Christ… He who comes after me, the thong of whose scandal I am not worthy to untie “(John 1:20,27).

 

St Augustine masterfully analysed the disposition of this effervescent Baptist thus; ” Take an example of humility from John himself. He is thought to be the Christ, but he says he is not what people think. He does not use the mistake of others to feed his own pride” (Sermon 293,3). He was not the WORD.  He was rather the voice that spoke and inculcated and stamped the WORD in the consciousness and existence of the people of his time. That was an indispensable preliminary of the preparation for the coming of Christ, “the Word made flesh”(John 1:14). John has his own limitations. He is not perfect. Some exegete like William Barclay can hardly describe him as a holy man.

 

This calls my attention to the abyss stretch between being spiritual and being perfect; as well as being holy and pious or ascetical. One can be so ascetical with great ability to buffet his body and bring it into control while sticking rigidly to his prayer programmes without excelling in Love, which is the underlining identity of Christian life. When one’s spiritual life does not make for advancement in charity and disposition for the will of God, there will always be the tendency to misunderstand God. This is ocular in the life of John as he didn’t understand the mission of Christ as that of Love and Cross. Barclay writes “he knew the holiness of God, he declared the justice of God but never learnt the cross of Christ and least in the kingdom of God is more than him”. He preached a very scathing message against the Pharisees and predicted a Christ who will punish sinners and reward the righteous. (c.f. Matt 3:10-12).

 

SIMPLE LESSONS

Christian life is identified in the life of the cross; one cannot experience the power of grace without experiencing the power of Christ; neither can one experience the power of Christ without the experience of the cross. As Christians, we ought to avoid showcasing a life of dichotomy between spirituality and cross, piety and love. Every follower of Christ should realise that the Christian way is that of the cross and be disposed without doubt for a seemingly disappointment from God. His ways are not ours and his thoughts are different from ours.

 

Mass Times & Intentions – 18 December 2016

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MASS TIMES & INTENTIONS

4th Sunday of Advent Year A
Sunday 18th December 2016 Time   Location
Sunday 18th December 10am Helen St Mary’s
2.45

3pm

Benediction

People of the Parish

St Mary’s
Monday 19th December 9am

3pm

Betty A Jerome

Sick and Needy

St Mary’s

St Mary’s

 

Tuesday 20th December 9am

3pm

The  Hawkins Family

Sick and Needy

St Mary’s

St Mary’s

Wednesday 21st December

St Peter Canisius

9am

3pm

The Farrey Family

Sick and Needy

St Mary’s

St Mary’s

Thursday 22nd December 9am

3pm

The Kilbane Family

Sick and Needy

St Mary’s

St Mary’s

Friday 23rd December 12noon

 

Joe Holliday RIP St Mary’s

 

Saturday 24th December 9am

6pm

6.30pm

Fathers Ernest & Mario

Carol Service

Vigil Mass. Nellie Donnelly RIP

St Mary’s

St Mary’s

St Mary’s

 

 

                       

Please pray for the sick Elsie Wilson, Derrick Booth, Cynthia Holden,

Anne Swarbrick and all in Preston Private Nursing Home.

 

Collection last Sunday  £376.50                      Numbers attending 126

 

 

First Sunday of each month at the end of Mass anyone who will be having a birthday in that month come forward for a blessing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We congratulate Father Mario on his new apostolate as the Priest Chaplain to

Corpus Christie High School and Our Lady’s High School, we owe him our prayers.

 

 

 

 

Preston Food Bank. Would be grateful for donations of food or toiletries. These maybe left at the back of the Church. Thank You.

 

 

Marriage Preparation Courses: will commence on Saturday 19th January 2017 at St Clare’s Church, Sharoe Green Lane, Fulwood. For more information please contact Rory & Sian Martin 07930 249 203

 

 

Advent Service of Reconciliation .   Monday 19th December at St. Clare’s Church,

Green Lane, Fulwood at 7 pm

 

Christmas Mass Times at St. Mary’s

 

Friday 23rd December                          6pm-7pm    Confession (St Mary’s)

Saturday 24th December                      9am            Holy Mass

6pm           Carols

6.30pm      Vigil Mass

 

Sunday 25th December                         10am          Holy Mass

 

Saturday 31st December                       1pm            Nuptial Mass

 

Sunday 1st January 2017                      10am          Holy Mass

3pm           Holy Mass

 

 

Pot Wreaths will be on sale on Sunday18th  December. Priced at £5.00 for the

homeless

 

Church Flowers for  Christmas at St Mary’s. Envel0pes will be at the back of Church       Sunday 11th December donations would be appreciated.        

 

       Ladyewell House will close on Saturday 17th December and re open on Saturday 7th

       January 2017. Prayer room and grounds will be open

Mass Times, Intentions & Notices – 30 October 2016

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MASS TIMES & INTENTIONS

31st Sunday in Ordinary Time
Sunday 30th October Time Intention Location
Sunday 30th October 10am Lila St Mary’s
2.45 

3pm       

Benediction

People of the Parish

St Mary’s
Monday 31st October 9am

3pm

Billy and Joseph

Sick and Needy

St Mary’s

St. Mary’s

 

Tuesday 1st November

All Saints Day.(Holiday of Obligation)

9am

3pm

Raj and Michael

Sick and Needy

St Mary’s

St. Mary’s

Wednesday 2nd November

All Souls

10am

12noon

3pm

All Souls

All Souls (Blessing of Graves)

All Souls

St Mary’s

St Mary’s

St Mary’s

Thursday 3rd November

St Martin de Porres

9am

3pm

Warren Legge RIP

Sick and Needy

St Mary’s

Ladyewell

Friday 4th November

St. Charles Borromeo

12noon

 

Shahni, Raj and Michael Ladyewell

 

Saturday 5th November 12noon Thomas Ladyewell
Sunday 6th November 10am Sarah St Mary’s
3pm People of the Parish St Mary’s

Please pray for the sick Elsie Wilson, Derrick Booth, Cynthia Holden, Anne Swarbrick and all in

Preston Private Nursing Home.

 

 Coffee will be served after 10am Mass

 

 

 

 

Collection last Sunday £274.82  Numbers attending  100

 

Fernyhalgh clothes collection for The Foxton Centre.

On behalf of the Foxton Centre we have been asked to express their gratitude for the overwhelming response to the appeal for clothing for the homeless of Preston.

The generosity in giving so much clothing was really remarkable. We had two estate cars, full to the roof, to take the clothes to the centre. The staff at the centre were amazed at the amount the parishioners had donated.

Thank you on behalf of all those who this Winter will benefit from your kindness.

Ted Donnelly & Brian Ryan.

                                                                             

First Sunday of each month at the end of Mass anyone who will be having a birthday in that Month come forward to receive a blessing

 

 

Preston Food Bank would be grateful for donations of food or toiletries. These may be left at the back of Church.  Thank You.

 

Sunday 30th October the collection is  for Sick and Retired Priests

 

Ladyewell: Christmas Cards. Calendars & Cribs are now on sale in the shop

 

November 2nd Feast of All Souls.

 

10am                    Holy Mass   at St Mary’s

12 noon                Holy Mass ( outside weather permitting and Blessing of the Graves)

                              (Candles will be available)

3pm                      Holy Mass at St. Mary’s

 

November Holy Souls.  There will be a basket in front of the altar in which to place the     names of all deceased family and friends. They will be remembered at all the Masses during the month of November.

 

Flowers for All Souls Day

Pot flower arrangements for the graves will be sold after Mass on October 30th these will cost £5. 00 proceeds from the sale of the pots will be divided between the Foxton Centre and  Preston Food Bank.   Advance orders welcome. (See Angela Horsfield ]

 

Ladyewell Winter Opening as from Monday24th October 2016

Sunday, Monday & Tuesday Ladyewell House will be closed

Prayer Room and Grounds open

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. Saturday Ladyewell House will be open 10am-3.30pm

 

 

 

 

Notices – 16 October

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MASS TIMES & INTENTIONS

29th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C

 

Sunday 16th October Time Intention Location
Sunday 16th October 10am Valeria Watson RIP St Mary’s
2.45 

3pm       

Benediction

People of the Parish

St Mary’s
Monday 17th October

St. Ignatius of Antioch

9am

3pm

David Hawkins

Sick and Needy

St Mary’s

Ladyewell

 

Tuesday 18th October

St Luke

9am

3pm

Annie Bloor

Sick and Needy

St Mary’s

Ladyewell

Wednesday 19th October

St John Brebeuf & Isaac Jogues

9am

3pm

Hettie O’Connor

Sick and Needy

St Mary’s

Ladyewell

Thursday 20th October 9am

3pm

Maura & Pat

Sick and Needy

St Mary’s

Ladyewell

Friday 21st October

 

12noon

 

Fred Drew RIP

 

Ladyewell

 

Saturday 22nd October

St John Paul II

12noon Bridget & Michael Cooney St Mary’s
Sunday 23rd October 10am Ladyewell Volunteers St Mary’s
3pm People of the Parish St Mary’s

Please pray for the sick Elsie Wilson, Derrick Booth, Cynthia Holden, Anne Swarbrick and all in

Preston Private Nursing Home.

 

 Coffee will be served after 10am Mass

 

 

Collection last Sunday £292.90  Numbers attending 91

 

Fernyhalgh clothes collection for The Foxton Centre on Sunday 16th October

The Foxton Centre, Knowsley St, Preston has during the last few weeks, put out a plea for clothes for the homeless people of Preston. They have seriously limited stock. Below is a list of clothing which they need:

Tops, T shirts, jumpers, cardigans, coats, jackets, trousers, tracksuit bottoms, trainers, flat shoes/boots, hats, gloves, scarves and socks.

Please ensure that any clothes donated are in good condition and clean. If you are able to help please leave your donations in plastic bags at the back of St Mary’s Church, behind the benches on right hand side (near 8th & 9th Stations of the Cross)

On Sunday 16th. The clothes will be taken to the centre on Monday 17th after 9am Mass. If you have any queries please ring Ted Donnelly 01772 795706 or Brian Ryan 01772 717131.

are at the back of Church please support. Thank you.

                                                                             

First Sunday of each month at the end of Mass anyone who will be having a birthday in that Month come forward to receive a blessing

 

 

Preston Food Bank would be grateful for donations of food or toiletries. These may be left at the back of Church.  Thank You.

 

Ladyewell: Christmas Cards. Calendars & Cribs are now on sale in the shop

 

November 2nd Feast of All Souls.

 

10am                    Holy Mass   at St Mary’s

12 noon                Holy Mass (outside weather permitting) blessing of the graves

                              (Candles will be available)

3pm                      Holy Mass at St. Mary’s

 

Ladyewell Shrine

Saturday 22nd. Leyland St Andrews PCC

Wednesday 2nd November Beacon Crossing Group

 

Ladyewell Winter Opening as from Monday24th October 2016

Sunday, Monday & Tuesday Ladyewell House will be closed

Prayer Room and Grounds open

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. Saturday Ladyewell House will be open

From 10am -3.30pm.

 

 

 

 

 

Diocese of Lancaster – Annual Pilgrimage 2016

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Blessed be the Holy and undivided Trinity, both now and for ever. Amen!

There is only one BEING who defies creation, because safe in HIM, creation isn’t. It is on this note that we bless the name of the Lord Most High who made this year’s Annual Diocesan Pilgrimage of Lancaster Diocese a huge success. To the glory of God, honour of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the Lancashire Martyrs, the new DIVINE MERCY GROTTO is blessed; and members of the GUILD OF LADYEWELL SHRINE commissioned by the Bishop.

It is indeed a spiritual event that will go down the memories of many generation. Thanks to Bishop Michael Campbell, OSA, who led this year’s pilgrimage. We extend our gratitude to the Priests and religious who graced this year’s pilgrimage with their presence and all the faithful of Lancaster diocese who attended.

Through the prayers of our Lady of Fernyhalgh and the Lancashire Martyrs, may God bless you and keep you always in his love.

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SUMMERWINTER
Monday to Saturday
10am - 5pm

Sunday
House closed. Grounds and prayer room open.
Wed, Thu Fri & Sat
10am to 3.30pm

Sunday
House closed. Grounds and prayer room open.
Sunday Masses at St. Mary’s – 10am and 3pmFriday and Saturday Masses at Ladyewell - 12noon
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