Holy Cross Catholic Church
46 North Street, Carshalton, Surrey, SM5 2JD
Tel: 020 8647 0022
Go to mcnmedia.tv or follow the link on the Home page for live streaming
We are still under Government restrictions – please see the Home page for details of requirements
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
7th Sunday of Easter
“I will not leave you orphans, says the Lord; I will come back to you, and your hearts will be full of joy.” (cf. Jn 14:18)
08:00 : 10:00
08:00 : 12:00
08:00 : 18:30 (Sunday vigil)
08:00 : 09:30 : 11:00 : 18:30
Marriage & Family Life in Southwark
“Dear Husband and Wife,
You are invited to give each other a gift by spending July 10 online between 9am and 1pm exploring and improving your relationship. The event, entitled ‘Building A Better Marriage’, will provide you with valuable insights into your communication skills and the call of the Church to the married. There is no group sharing. This is not marriage counselling but a chance to make average-to-good marriages a bit better – whether you married five years ago or 50. Booking is essential: telephone 07983 524 727 or email email@example.com
Recent online ‘Building a Better Marriage’ courses attracted the following comments from couples: ‘The topics were chosen well and we could really relate to them… The personal stories you shared were very insightful and helped us to reflect on our own relationships more deeply… It was relaxed and you put us at ease, being friendly and personable… We thoroughly enjoyed attending the course.’”
ANNUAL CATHEDRAL MARRIAGE MASS
Are you celebrating your 1st, 10th, 25th, 40th, 50th, 60th or any later wedding anniversary this year? Or did you last year? If so, Archbishop John invites you to join him in celebrating a Mass for married couples at 3pm on Saturday October 9 at St George’s Cathedral. You need to book in advance and by doing so you will then receive a personal written invitation from Archbishop John. To book or for more details email firstname.lastname@example.org
GIFT AID VOLUNTEERS
“Dear Parishioners, as a matter of urgency we are asking for 2 or 3 volunteers to come forward to help run the church gift aid scheme. We are lucky to have Norman who has run the scheme at St Teresa’s and is willing to help get things started and to mentor you initially. If you are willing to help would you either contact Fr Philip through the presbytery or the parish website, or phone Philip directly on 0780595076.”
GIFT AID BOXES: Gift Aid Envelops from June onward are available in the Parish Centre after every Mass. Please, remember your Gift Aid Envelop Number so you may easily find your box. If you wish to start Gift Aid Donations, please see someone there to help you.
CAFOD Coronavirus Appeal- India
As coronavirus brings devastation across India, CAFOD is working with experienced local Church agency, Caritas India, to provide vital support to poor and marginalised communities. Donations to CAFOD’s Coronavirus Appeal will help Caritas India distribute PPE kits to frontline health workers, promote COVID & vaccine awareness campaigns, and set up safely run isolation & quarantine centres. You can donate online here: cafod.org.uk/give. Please keep praying for the people of India and all those affected by the pandemic.
For General Enquiry: email@example.com
For Baptism Programme: firstname.lastname@example.org
For Confirmation Programme: email@example.com
For First Holy Communion: firstname.lastname@example.org
|May they rest in peace.
We remember those who died in our prayers, especially Fr. Paul Sanders, Ted Morton, Rita Gomez, Nick Roche, Ann Teresa Firmo, Ann Deidre O’Reilly, …
And Stephen O’Dwyer who passed away recently.
May he rest in peace…
Sick or in hospital?
Please tell Fr Philip of anyone at St. Helier or Epsom Hospital. Thank you for keeping in prayer all who are sick.