Memorial Mass on Sunday 6th March

As a result of the pandemic, the last two years have been extremely difficult in so many ways.  One consequence has been the inability of parishioners who have lost loved ones, to have the type of funeral they would have hoped and prayed for because of restrictions. 

This for many, undoubtably disrupted the healing process.

   Whilst it is impossible to reverse time it is thought as a sign of our compassion, love and concern, we embrace the situation by celebrating a

Memorial Mass on Sunday 6th March 9.00amfollowed by a coffee morning 

 We invite all those who have lost loved ones to bring on the day of the Mass, a photo or treasured memento to be placed at the foot of the altar  where there will be lighted candles.  This needs to be done in good time, before the start of Mass.

All those listed in Parish Records, over the last two years, will be included.  If by any chance you know of anyone part of the Parish who is not on the list, and would like to include them, please contact the Parish Office

Eternal rest grant unto them O Lord and let perpetual light shine upon them.  May they rest in peace, Amen

Death holds a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal.

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The next programme commences with a weekend 
3rd-6th March 2022 

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