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Bank details (for anyone wishing to make an online donation:)
NatWest, Holy Cross Church Carshalton; Account: 11064943; sort code: 60 22 20
Bank details: NatWest, Holy Cross Church Carshalton; account 11064943; sort code 60 22 20
Track & Trace
All went well here at all last weekend’s Masses. This weekend, we add a Track & Trace system, by which everyone is asked to put their name, telephone number, and Mass attended on the small form provided. This has to be kept here for 21 days, and if there is no need to track and trace anyone who was at Mass when someone contracted the virus, the forms will be destroyed. This will become a weekly routine.
Sunday 12th July 2020. 15th of Ordinary Time. Sea Sunday.
10.00am Edmund Lewis Lobo
8.00am St Bonaventure
8.00am Our Lady of Mount Carmel
10.00am Rose Stone RIP
12.00pm Rose & Vi Fenwick RIP
9.00am Exposition with prayers for vocations
10.00am Ints. Fr Mark Higgins
Confessions available on call – in car park at required distance.
Sunday 19th July 2020.
We pray for all the sick including Simon Clark.
Anniversaries: We pray for everyone who has died recently and also for those whose anniversaries occur this week: Ellen McNulty, Anne Nolan, Irene Roper, Oscar Congreaves, Bernard Paddison, Jill Wooten, David O’Donnell, Rachel Liston, Charles Mahé and Anne Price.
Missio Please call Alex Faircloth on 0208 770 3662 if you have Missio monies, and she will arrange collection. Alternatively, you can take the envelope to church and leave it in the sacristy. Thanking you for your help.
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
Choirs (suspended by the Government)
and much more. A little prayer will help for the success in celebrating Mass publicly, and then we can move on from there.