During this present crisis you are not permitted to take Holy Communion to the sick or Housebound at this time. Please try and keep in contact via telephone. I trust you will respect the present ecclesiastical and State laws. If there is danger of death then please contact one of the Parish clergy.
Posts Tagged ‘Holy Communion’
Please would you pick up a ‘Guidance Note’ from the Church sacristy in each church in relation to the purification of your Pyx after having distributed the Blessed Sacrament to the sick and housebound. Thank you.
In November, please pray each day for the holy souls in Purgatory, that is, our relatives, friends and benefactors who have died, and those with no one to remember or pray for them. It’s possible between 1st and 8th November to gain a plenary indulgence (one per day) applicable to the dead by visiting a […]
Diocesan Day of Prayer and Reparation for Life Please keep the 23rd October as a special day of prayer and reparation. It’s now over fifty years since the 1967 Abortion Act, one of the most liberal in the world, came into effect. Since then, 10 million babies in the UK have been aborted, one in five pregnancies. […]
Service of Blessing with Anointing of Oil Benediction and Holy Communion on Thursday 30th August at 2.30pm – 4.45pm at Our Lady Star of the Sea Church followed by Afternoon Tea at St Mary & St Michael School Hall. RSVP: Viv – Tel: 254969 / Meg – Tel: 252401 between 13th – 25th August. If you are staying […]