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The gift of sanctity we have been granted through the Baptism requires faithfulness for a task of evangelic conversion which must always guide the life of God’s children: “This is the will of God, your holiness: that you refrain from immorality” (1Thess 4:3). This is a compromise affecting all those that have been baptized. “All the faithful of Christ of whatever rank or status are called to the fullness of the Christian life and to the perfection of charity” (Vatican II Council, Lumen Gentium, 40).
If our Baptism was the true entrance to God’s sanctity, we could not satisfy ourselves with a mediocre, routine and superficial Christian life. We are called to perfection in our love, inasmuch the Baptism has introduced us in the life and intimacy of God’s love.
With deep gratitude for the benevolent design of our God, who has called us to participate in his live of love, let us today and always worship and praise him.
“Blessed be God the Father and his Only-begotten Son and the Holy Spirit: for he has shown that he loves us” (Entrance Antiphon to the Mass). Lord, you surround us with love, help us make time to enjoy that love.
Keep up with what’s Happening in our Parish over this coming Year
Scroll through to see all the events happening from the 27th May 2018 till the 30th June 2018
Or Go to our Parish Events Diary and search a specific date or event here http://stswithuns.org.uk/events/
Our Parish Cinema invites you all to see “As I Stand (2012)” June 1st 8:10pm
This heartwarming story follows two families that are brought together by tragedy but forever joined through faith. Devin Wheeler and Matthew Daniels are loving, hard working men who believe in God, family, and helping others. Their lives quickly turn into a search for peace and understanding when a single horrific event impacts everything that they have ever loved. While Devin looks to his faith for strength, guidance, and refuge; Matthew shuns his faith placing blame and demanding answers. As the landscape of their lives continues to change, each man handles the road ahead in a very different fashion. An unlikely friendship would soon form, causing both men to meet at a crossroads faced with the same question…Would you love God for nothing?
Please pray for those who are ill especially: David Shields, Bob Guy, Ms Sini Chacko, Shirley Parker, Kathleen Jones, Heidi Badnell, Rosemary Devonald, Dominic, Carol Langsford, Patricia Ward, Pat Groom, Stan Whitnell, Mary Mckenna, Eileen Inkpen, Rory McCreesh, Eddie Coppani, Peter Softly, Tony Denny, Betty Foster, Bobby, Eileen Stewart, Joan Smith, John Williams, Margaret Bager, Monica Madigan, Fred Vuksani, Tom & Lily, Greta Kemp, Magda K, Mary Wallis, Micheline Thompson, Pat Needham, Margaret Badger, Rosemary Ashton, Anne Sullivan, Catherine Morgan, Jo Wheeler and Josephine Butler.
And all whose anniversaries occur at this time: 27th May: Please pray for: Christopher Smith, William Foulkes, George Hurley, George Wood, Cecilia Raven, Marshall Callender, Mary (May) Nelson, Mary Bryant, John O’Reilly, Herbert Arthur, William Holt, Ronald Cecil Read, Jennie Coombes, Norah Blake, Violet Demmen, Samuel Orme, Frank Wills, Edward (Ted) Docker, Mary Newell, Eleanor Mary Edwards, May Lilian Eileen Mary Ann Myall, Dorothy Cull, Margaret Perrin, Susan Aston, James Holland, David Link, Margaret Evelyn Weldon, Yvonne Theodora Questel, Dora Moss, Teresa Hughes, Dorothy Lewis, Angela Morgan, Stanley Arthur Groom, Anne Summerfield, Anne Bamberger, Margarita Alt, ‘Ron’ MacDonald, Emily May Whittaker, Kathleen Donnelly, Thomas Maher, Richard Stanick, Winnifred Bartlett, George Green, Patrick “Mick” O’Leary, Violet Caudrey, Theresa Mundy, Marianne Busuttil, Leslie Herbert Wheeler,Patrick and Lizzie McSharry ,Gemma Litchfield and Jozef Michalczuk.
May their souls and the souls of all the faithful departed through the Mercy of God rest in peace.amen
“CAN-DO CHRISTIANS” A MESSAGE FROM FATHER MARCIN
Dearest Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Dear Friends: I would like to share with You some things which are about our Parish and for our Parish. Our Bishop Philip in the last Pastoral Letter to us, last weekend asked us to be ‘CAN-DO’ Christians. I’m absolutely sure, that You have noticed how many things already happen in our Parish to help in our spiritual grow to love God more and more in His Word to us, in His Sacraments for us (which is His real presence among us). We also go out to meet those who still searching for God, or who were not so lucky to have personal contact with Jesus Christ.
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