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Covenant Mass in Advent


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 16/12/2018

Dear Firends

You are invited to our Covenant Mass in Advent, this Tuesday 18th December at 7.30pm at the Shrine. We will celebrate Advent and join Mary our Mother on her Advent journey to the Stable of Bethlehem – the smallest of the cities of David – of you will be born a Saviour! Thanks to Paul and Anne for preparing this Mass and also of course to our music group from St Edmunds who have accompanied us throughout the year. Afterwards we will share some mince pies and some Christmas cheer. Please bring donations for our food and warm clothes bank. Bring your family and friends along.

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Taste and See Family Mass 9th December 2018


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 30/11/2018

Dear Friends

You are invited to the Taste and See Mass on  Sunday 9th December. Mass starts at 3.30pm at the Shrine and we will have a shared meal after.  This is especially a Mass for families with young children. However all are welcome and we always have grandparents and get grandparents at our Mass.This will be the Second Sunday of Advent and we will celebrate Advent with our children. Remember our food-bank and also warm cloths such as hats, gloves and wooly socks. Thank you.
God Bless
Fr Bryan

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Into My Vineyard


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 09/11/2018

You are invited to the into my Vineyard Meeting tomorrow, 1oth September at 3.30pm. We look forward to seeing you there. We will report on the events in September and October 2018 and look forward to next year. There is a Pilgrim Mothers’ Rally in November.

Next year there are two pilgrimages to Schoenstatt. We will also plan the May and October Days. The plan for Taste and See and look at what else we want to offer this coming year. Following the Kentenich seminars we invite discussion on how we can follow on? Our ‘Let it Be’ programme on Our Lady starts next Wednesday 14th November at 7.00pm- 8.00pm. Taste and See Mass is on Sunday, Remembrance Sunday at 3.30pm with input and children’s programme. Please bring supper to share. Also for our food bank we need wooly hats, scarves, gloves and socks as well as non-perishable foods.

God Bless

Fr Bryan

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Covenant Day 18th October


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 18/10/2018

Today is Schoenstatt’s ‘birthday’, 18th October 1914. Tonight we celebrate our covenant Mass at the Shrine starting at 7.30pm with a procession to the Shrine and the renewal of out Covenant. Each of us is called to be an Apostle of the Covenant bringing the good news of our love of Mary and that the Mother of God and our mother leads us to Christ. We want to explore what are the virtues of a missionary disciple of the Covenant of LOVE. We look forward to welcoming you

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Covenant Mass 18th August 2018


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 12/08/2018

Dear Friends we have visitors from Austin Texas, for Queretaro Mexico and from Santiago Chile coming for the World Meeting of Families and they are visiting our Shrine. So on the 18th of August we have our Family BBQ in the Cottage starting at 1.00pm and in the Evening we have Covenant Mass at 7.30pm at the Shrine all are welcome and we look forward to seeing you.

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E-Newsletter for July 2018


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 15/07/2018

Please find our e-newsletter for July 2018

E-Letter July 2018

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Taste and See Mass on Mercy Sunday 8th April 2018


by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 07/04/2018

You are invited on Mercy Sunday to celebrate Taste and See Family Mass at the Shrine this Sunday 8th April 2018. We begin with Mass at 3.30pm and will conclude with a shared meal. St John Paul II said in his first sermon to mark Mercy Sunday:

The Heart of Christ!
His “Sacred Heart” has given men everything: redemption, salvation, sanctification. Saint Faustina Kowalska saw coming from this Heart that was overflowing with generous love, two rays of light which illuminated the world.

Through the mystery of this wounded Heart, the restorative tide of God’s merciful love continues to spread over the men and women of our time. Here alone can those who long for true and lasting happiness find its secret.

“Jesus, I trust in You!”
This prayer, dear to so many of the devout, clearly expresses the attitude with which we too would like to abandon ourselves trustfully in Your hands, 0 Lord, our only Savior.

 

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