Week Beginning November 24th
Masses etc during this week beginning 24th November
Today: OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST THE KING
0930 Sung Mass - For the People
1630– 1650 Confessions
1700 Mass – Departed on November List
No Mass today
No Mass today
1800 Mass - Patrick and Christopher Hickey RIP
0930 Mass - Adrian Duffield (sick)
Friday: St. Cuthbert Mayne, Priest and Martyr
0900 Rosary (Day of Abstinence)
0930 Mass - Richard Duffield RIP
Saturday: St. ANDREW, Apostle
0930 Mass - Departed on November List
1000 - 1030 Confessions
Next Sunday; FIRST OF ADVENT
Sanctuary Lamps: Patricia Kirwin RIP, Harry Hole (sick)
MASS INTENTIONS AND SANCTUARY LAMPS: Please see Fr John or Bernie Snowden in the Sacristy to arrange for Masses and commemorations.
TODAY is the last Sunday of the Christian year. As well as being the Solemnity of Christ, King of the Universe, it is also Youth Day. Please pray for all young Christians here and elsewhere. They are the hope of the future and very much need the help of our prayers and encouragement.
ADVENT DAY RETREAT at St. Rita's Centre, Honiton on 14th December, The cost is £25 (including lunch). Full notice in the porch, registration forms in the sacristy.
CATHOLIC CHILDREN'S SOCIETY. There are packets of Christmas cards available at £5 per pack. The designs are by pupils at our diocesan schools. Money from sales will help the work of the Society.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE WILL NOT BE MASS ON MONDAY OR TUESDAY THIS WEEK
St Cuthbert Mayne (1544 - 1577) was born in North Devon. He was educated at Oxford and became an Anglican cleric. Influenced by St Edmund Campion, he embraced the Faith, studied on the continent and, after priestly ordination returned to England and ministered in Cornwall. However, on being discovered to be a priest, he was tried (not fairly) and suffered a martyr's death at Launceston.
St Andrew the first to follow the Lord Jesus, immediately brought along his brother Peter and they were later joined by James and John. He is Patron of Scotland and Greece among other places and institutions.