TWENTY-SIXTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (A) 26/27 September 2020
TWENTY-SEVENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (A) 4/5 October 2020
CATHOLIC PARISHES OF:
Our Lady Queen of Heaven, Dovercourt: 01255 503383
Sacred Heart and St Francis of Assisi, Frinton-on-Sea: 01255 674475
Masses to be celebrated in our churches during the week:
Monday (28th): (Dovercourt) 9.30am The Recently Bereaved
Tuesday (29th): (Dovercourt) 9.30am W.A.D. Streeton
Wednesday (30th): (Frinton) 11.00am Funeral Mass: Joyce Bailey RIP
Saturday (3rd): (Frinton) 6.00pm Sister Ann CRSS RIP
Sunday (4th): (Frinton) 8.30am Eliodora Aniversario & Michael Philip Bateson RIP (Mary &
(Dovercourt) 10.45am All Parishioners
Monday (5th): (Dovercourt) 9.30am Frank & Ada Jackson RIP
Wednesday (7th): (Frinton) 11.00am Sr Colette & sisters
Thursday (8th): (Frinton) 11.00am Margaret Jones
Friday (9th): (Dovercourt) 9.30am Florence McCarthy RIP
Saturday (10th): (Frinton) 6.00pm Marjorie Hosegood RIP
Sunday (11th): (Frinton) 8.30am Anne & Paul Bray
(Dovercourt) 10.45am Prisoners & their families
In addition to these Masses, Fr Bill will continue to celebrate Mass in The Presbytery. His Mass intentions are:
The Homeless Justice and Peace in the World
All Victims of War All students & teachers
All Students & teachers The Homeless
Mr & Mrs John Calnan & family Fr Frank & Anne
Alice McCarthy RIP All Parishioners
My dear friends,
Please note the change of Mass times/days. The Frinton Mass on Wednesday (30th) is the Funeral Mass for Joyce Bailey. In view of distancing requirements and the number of family members attending, only parishioners who have pre-booked seats will be able to attend this Mass.
May our loving and merciful God bless you today and always.
Sunday Mass Attendance (both parishes): 26/27 September surnames A-D; 4/5 October E-K; 10/11 October L-R; 17/18 October S-Z; 24/25 October A-D. (Please remember there are no ‘alphabetical restrictions’ applied to weekday Masses.)
Autumn: as we move into the Autumn season the days get colder. Despite this, we need to keep our churches ventilated due to the Covid-19 virus (please do not be tempted to close the windows or doors!) Perhaps you could keep the likely church temperature in mind when choosing your coat before coming to Mass! Wrap up warm, keep well and keep safe.
CAFOD is making a special appeal in view of the Covid-19 Virus which is seriously impacting on the poorer parts of the world. If you would like to contribute, please put your offering in an envelope clearly marked ‘CAFOD’ and drop it in the Offertory bucket/basket when you attend Mass.
Sunday Smile: Genuine (we are told!) notices taken from church bulletins. Ladies, don’t forget the rummage sale. It’s a chance to get rid of those things not worth keeping around the house. Bring your husbands.