Church News

  1. The Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Year C) Racial Justice Day 17 February 2019

    Fr Frank writes:   Today’s readings remind us of the importance of Trust in our life of Faith.   There is a problem in that life teaches us to be suspicious of others. We avoid letting our vulnerability show, and we do not like others to see how weak we really are. But should we […]

  2. The Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time 10 February 2019

    Fr Frank writes:   Today’s readings point us to the Sacrament of Reconciliation – a real gift to the Church.   In our first reading the prophet Isaiah has a vision of God, and with this he experiences a profound sense of his own unworthiness. This is something with which we can all identify, for […]

  3. The Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Year C) 3 February 2019

    Fr Frank writes:   On Thursday of this week, the Frinton & Walton Parish hosts a meeting of our ‘Parish Partnership’. This meeting will involve both parishes, Fr Frank will be present as will Sheila Wright, representing Frinton & Walton, and Maree Noons, representing Harwich & Dovercourt.   The Partnership concept is a new initiative […]

  4. The Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Year C) 3 February 2019

    Fr Frank writes:   On Thursday of this week, the Frinton & Walton Parish hosts a meeting of our ‘Parish Partnership’. This meeting will involve both parishes, Fr Frank will be present as will Sheila Wright, representing Frinton & Walton, and Maree Noons, representing Harwich & Dovercourt.   The Partnership concept is a new initiative […]

  5. The Third Sunday of Ordinary Time (Year C) Holocaust Memorial Day 27 January 2019

    Fr Frank writes:   Today is Holocaust Memorial Day. In cities and towns across the United Kingdom, events are being held to mark the liberation of Auschwitz and to remember the evil and injustice which has characterised genocide wherever it has appeared. Holocaust Memorial Day puts us on our guard against what happens when prejudice […]

  6. Second Sunday in Ordinary Time 20 January 2019

    Fr Frank writes:   Today’s readings are about new beginnings. Isaiah prophesies about the renewal of Sion and the Gospel proclaims that the new wine offered by Jesus (i.e. the new covenant) is vastly superior to that which has gone before.   The readings also tell us something important about working as a community.   […]