August 9th 2020

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Streaming is available all the time. Let us pray for each other, for everyone in Carshalton, and for all who are affected by the corona virus – including our NHS workers.

Bank details (for anyone wishing to make an online donation:)

NatWest, Holy Cross Church Carshalton; Account: 11064943; sort code:  60 22 20

Last weekend

All went well. 186 were able to come to one of the Masses, divided into

34, Saturday 6.30pm;  49, Sunday 8am,  30, 9.30am; 48, 11.00am; and 25, 6.30pm.

There’s space for 55 people, socially distanced, at any Mass.

Sunday, 9th August 2020. 19th Sunday of Ordinary Time

 Saturday

6.30pm

Sunday

8.00am

9.30am

11.00am

6.30pm

 Monday

8.00am   St Lawrence

10.00am   Clement Webb RIP

Tuesday

8.00am   St Clare

10.00am   ints, Rita (Doris)

6.00pm   Exposition

Wednesday

8.00am

10.00am   Chris McCarthy RIP

Thursday

8.00am

10.00am   Aohu Fernandes RIP

Friday

8.00am   St Maximilian Kolbe

12.00pm   Stephen Alkuemela RIP

Saturday

8.00am

9.00am   Exposition with prayers for vocations

10.00am

Confessions available on call – in car park at required distance.

Sunday 16th August 2020.  The Assumption

 Saturday

6.30pm

Sunday

8.00am

9.30am

11.00am

6.30pm

We pray for all the sick including Simon Clark Joan Barrington and Mr Said..

Anniversaries: We pray for everyone who has died recently and also for those whose anniversaries occur this week:   Veronica Vincent, Juliana Leong, Alix Snell, Kate Griffith, Cyril Guiver and Tom Sherrington

New baptisms: Talk to Fr Paul, or concerning preparations, contact Tim & Cherryl on cherrylhowlett @gmail.com or natachacrosdale@ yahoo.co.uk

On hold

Just for now, Holy Cross is reopening for Mass, and all the other things that have not happened as they should have still to be arranged. This includes First Communions,

Confirmations, UCM, choirs (suspended by the Government), Prayer groups…RCIA

and much more. A little prayer will help for the success in celebrating Mass publicly, and then we can move on from there.