This weekend’s Mass Times

This weekend is, of course, Christmas weekend. We do hope you will join us at Mass this weekend, times are below:

Saturday 24th December

17:30              Sacrament of Reconciliation

18:00              Evening Prayer I of Christmas

18:30              Vigil Mass

23:30              Office of Readings

00:00              Midnight Mass

Sunday 25th December – Christmas Day

08:30              Sung Morning Prayer

09:00              Dawn Mass

11:00              Mass of Christmas Day

 

May we wish you a happy and peaceful Christmas

Christmas Fair!

Don’t forget it’s the Church Christmas Fair THIS WEEKEND. The fair is being held from 12:00 – 15:00 at St Christopher’s Primary School, Romiley. The fair is being opened by our very own Edmund, so do please come along and support us.

There’ll be plenty of stalls and, of course, the raffle! Prizes include a £50 Marks & Spencer Voucher, bottles of wine, bottles of spirits/liqueurs.

And don’t forget the following weekend, on 3rd December, the Woodley Christmas Markets will be taking place at Woodley Precinct opened by our very own Fr. Egan. Why not take a look at some pictures from last year’s markets, kindly posted by local bloggers Startpoint Cafe – Stockport SK6.

 

We’re also going to be announcing a very special Advent service soon – keep visiting us for more information, or why not register to receive blog posts direct to your email inbox? Just click ‘sign me up’ on the right hand side. Your email address is keep safe and confidential!

 

We hope to see you at the Christmas Fair and Christmas Markets!

Holy Souls – November

November is the month of Holy Souls, with All Saints Day on 1 November and All Souls Day on 2 November. There is much taking place in Church to mark this important month of Holy Souls.

The 1st November is All Saints Day, and is a feast day in which we honour the ‘holy men and women of every time and place now in heaven’.  We celebrate the great saints of Church history such as Augustine, Francis and Therese, as well as the humble ones whose names are known to a few or none.  Tuesday is a Holyday of Obligation and Mass will be celebrated at 19:30 (Monday evening), 09:15 and 19:30 Tuesday.

Wednesday 2nd November  is All Souls Day, when we pray for out departed relatives and friends, and anyone undergoing the purifying suffering of Purgatory, as they await the day when they will join the company of the saints in heaven. Mass will be held at 11:00 (requiem Mass) and 19:30.

 

On 6 November, Father Egan will be visiting and blessing the graves of relatives and friends of parishioners in Highfield cemetery. Meet at 15:00 at the gates. This will be a wonderful opportunity to assist with our prayers for the faithful departed and their living relatives.

 

On 21st November, at 20:00, there will be a Liturgy for the Bereaved. Anyone who has lost a loved one is welcome to attend, especially relatives of those who have died over the last year. It is an opportunity for us to pray for the faithful departed, and show our support for bereaved

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