This is a simple, prayerful way to celebrate the Eucharist albeit at a distance. We still participate in this Mass by way of the prayer and the responses we make. Make this Mass part of your own prayer. Allow the Word of God to shape and fashion you; allow that Spiritual Communion with the Lord to sustain and nourish you at this moment in our lives.

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Prayer for Spiritual Communion


Lord Jesus, I believe that you are present in the Holy Sacrament of the altar. I love you above all things, and I passionately desire to receive you into my soul.

Since I cannot now receive you sacramentally, come spiritually into my soul, so that I may unite myself wholly to you, now and forever.

Amen

 
Date        Mass   Rosary   Notes
Sunday
14th Sunday in Ordinary Time
  5th July   9.30am, 11am (livestreamed),
12.30pm (Polish), 5pm, 6.30pm
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Monday
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  6th July   8am, 10am (livestreamed)   6pm   -
Tuesday
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  7th July   8am, 10am (livestreamed)   6pm   -
Wednesday
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  8th July   8am, 10am (livestreamed)   6pm (livestreamed)   Adoration during the 6pm rosary
Thursday
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  9th July   8am, 10am (livestreamed)   6pm (livestreamed)   -
Friday
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  10th July   8am, 10am (livestreamed)   6pm (livestreamed)   -
Saturday
St Benedict, Patron of Europe
  11th July   10am (livestreamed), 5pm, 6.30pm   -   -
Sunday
15th Sunday in Ordinary Time
  12th July   9.30am, 11am (livestreamed),
12.30pm (Polish), 5pm, 6.30pm
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Monsignor Kelly Fund - Sr. Helen

27 December 2018

Dear Richard

Now that we are 'over the Christmas" as the saying goes, I am enjoying a break away from base and catching up on many things.

Christmas is always a busy time with parties for many groups: prisoners 110, kids in the parish 300, Nutrition Centre 60, Kay Chal 400 (An alternative school which tries to give children who may be older, and have never had a chance of going to school, a start and maybe access to regular school.) This is in the Parish and run by another community of sisters. Sr Maria works there too.

Hours were spent by a group of very helpful young people, wrapping presents, and then distributing them.

Life seems quiet at the moment. For how long? As I drove out yesterday I spotted a burnt out car on the main road near us. I hadn't heard anything about it. Was it an accident? Maybe. It is so difficult for many to get by with rising prices and no work and recurring 'desordre' as they call it.

My best wishes to all I know in Bath, and heartfelt thanks for your interest, concern and help.

Helen


         
 

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