A big thank you to St Margaret of Scotland School. All of the food and other items in the photo were collected by the pupils for our food bank!
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Cyril of Alexandria (370-444). He entered a monastery, became a priest and finally succeeded his uncle S Bishop of Alexandria in 412. Fought strongly against the teaching of the heretical Nestorius, and took the lead at the Council of Ephesus. Wrote many works explaining and defending the Catholic faith.
Irenaeus. Born about 130, he was brought up in Smyrna as a disciple of St. Polycarp, the bishop of the city. By 177 he was priest in Lyons in France, and shortly afterwards became bishop of that city. In his writings, he sought to defend the faith against the heresy of Gnosticism. Tradition has it […]
Peter and Paul. The princes of the apostles. Peter, apostle to his own race, Paul apostle of the gentile nations. Peter was crucified upside down, while Paul, as a Roman citizen, could not be executed in this way. Instead, he was put to the sword. Peter is often portrayed as holding the keys of the […]
The father asked for a tablet and wrote, “his name is John.” At that instant, his power of speech returned and he spoke and praised God. All their neighbours were filled with awe and the whole affair was talked about through the hill country of Judea. All those who heard of it treasured it in their hearts. “What will this child turn out to be,” they wondered. And indeed, the hand of the Lord was with him. And he lived out in the wilderness until the day he appeared openly to Israel.
At the time of its sowing, the mustard seed is the smallest of all the seeds on earth; yet when it is sown, it becomes the biggest shrub of them all, so that the birds of the ait can shelter in its shade. After two thousand years, this young preacher from Galilee is still attracting the birds of the air – ourselves – to come and shelter in the branches of the Church which He founded, the One, Catholic, Holy and Apostolic Church.
All men’s sins will be forgiven, and all their blasphemies; but let anyone blaspheme against he Holy Spirit and he will never have forgiveness; he is guilty of an eternal sin. This was because they were saying “an unclean spirit is in Him.”
The Mass of Anointing will be on Sunday 24 June at 3pm. Tea and coffee in the hall after Mass. There will be lists at the back of the church for volunteer drivers and for anyone needing transport to and from the church.