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NOTTINGHAM DIOCESE SICK AND RETIRED PRIESTS FUND

posted by Susan Weaver

Fundraising activities in St Hugh’s Parish

Sunday, 10th May

Coffee Morning

Donations of cakes to sell would be most appreciated. 

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Saturday, 20th June

A Time to Give Benefit Concert

 

The evening, which is being organised by members of our Filipino community, will be a fun-filled musical extravaganza.  The concert starts at 6pm, and takes place in the church. 
Don’t miss it!  Light refreshments will be available, in the hall during the interval and after the concert.

 Tickets are on sale from the back of the church from this weekend.  Children £2, Adults £5.

Or contact the office on Tel: 528961 or Email: office@sthughslincoln.org.uk

 

PROCLAIM ’15 – BUILDING MISSIONARY PARISHES

posted 16 Apr 2015, 05:26 by Susan Weaver

Proclaim ’15 is the name of a new initiative from the Catholic Bishops of England and Wales to support the development of parish evangelisation.  It is inspired by Pope Francis’ book, Evangelii Gaudium (The Joy of the Gospel), and has five parts: three Prayer/Reflection sessions around themes from Scripture; a Prayer Vigil in parishes on Saturday, 11th July, the same day as the National Catholic Evangelisation Conference in Birmingham; a Proclaim ’15 event for every diocese during the Autumn
(the provisional date for the Diocese of Nottingham is Saturday, 17th October); new publications and resources for evangelisation.


At St Hugh’s the Prayer and Reflection sessions will take place on Saturday mornings from 11.30am to 12.30pm.  The dates and themes are:

Saturday, 2nd May – Meeting Jesus, the only one who can save me.

Saturday, 13th June – Learning to be a missionary disciple, sitting at the feet of Jesus.

Saturday, 11th July – Jesus is alive, go and tell my brothers and sisters. 


Saturday, 2nd May – Meeting Jesus, the only one who can save me.

Saturday, 13th June – Learning to be a missionary disciple, sitting at the feet of Jesus.

Saturday, 11th July – Jesus is alive, go and tell my brothers and sisters. 

 


 

ST GEORGE’S DAY TEA PARTY - Sunday, 26th April

posted 13 Apr 2015, 04:16 by Susan Weaver

The tea party will start at 3pm and finish in time for the 6pm Mass.  Tickets are only £4 each, and are now on sale from Noel and Josie.

Tel: 826390, from this weekend.


 

NOTTINGHAM DIOCESAN CATHOLIC YOUTH SERVICE

posted 13 Apr 2015, 04:14 by Susan Weaver

The Briars Big Bike Ride

Do you need a new year challenge (and a reason to get fit) ?

Do you want to support a great cause?

The Briars is looking for people aged 18+ to take part in the Big Briars Bike Ride, which takes place over three days, 3rd to 5th July 2015, and will cover 150 miles of beautiful Derbyshire scenery.  Accommodation will be provided on route.  If you would like to take part in the ride please contact Angela Gillespie, email: angela@ndcys.com or tel: 01773 852044.

 

MASS INTENTIONS AND STIPENDS

posted 13 Apr 2015, 04:12 by Susan Weaver

It is not always possible to celebrate your Mass on the day that you request.  Father John may be away; the day you would like has already been allocated; or a funeral may mean that your Mass has to be rearranged.  If you asked for a specific date and your Mass isn’t celebrated on that day please keep looking at the newsletter for the day you have been given (it is not always possible to inform you of a change in day as we might not know who booked the Mass).

People often ask how much is it to have a Mass said?  The suggested donation, recommended by the diocese is £10.00.  It is usual for your Mass Stipend to be given when you book your Mass, this can be put in the Mass Offering envelope, or if you have booked it over the phone given to one of the Clergy, but please put it in an envelope stating what it is for.  Thank-you.

 

Masses in Holy Week

posted 27 Mar 2015, 07:58 by Susan Weaver

Saturday, 28th March 2015 - Sunday, 5th April 2015

 

Mass Times & Intentions for the Week - Psalter week  TWO

 

Saturday, 28th           Vigil Mass at St Francis Church, Bardney

                                  5.00pm              People of the Parish

Sunday 29th               PALM SUNDAY OF THE PASSION OF THE LORD

                                   8.30am              Intentions of Mary Murray             

                                   10.00am            Patricia Knowles Smith  RIP

                                   12.15pm Mass in the Polish Language

                                    6.00pm Dominic Caulfield RIP

Monday 30th Monday of Holy Week

                                    10.00am   Peter Tracey  RIP

                                     7.00pm Penitential Service

Tuesday 31st Tuesday of Holy Week

                                    10.00am Deceased members of the Greehalgh and Mannix families

Wednesday 1st April   Wednesday of Holy Week

                                    10.00am Service of Word and Sacrament

 

THE SACRED TRIDUUM

Thursday 2nd Thursday of Holy Week

There will be NO 10am Mass today

10.00am - 11.30am Confessions

THE MASS OF THE LORD’S SUPPER

7.00pm James Cunningham  RIP

(After this Mass there will be a Watch at the Altar of Repose until
 10.00pm - Night Prayer at 9.45pm)

Friday 3rd GOOD FRIDAY

There will be NO 10am Mass today
11.00am Stations of the Cross

11.30am Walk form St Hugh’s to St Swithin’s Church

11.45am Walk of Witness from St Swithin’s to the Stonebow

3.00pm The Solemn Liturgy of Our Lord’s Passion (St Hugh’s)

5.30pm The Solemn Liturgy in the Polish language
Saturday 4th HOLY SATURDAY

There will be NO 10am Mass today

10.00am Polish Celebrations of food blessing

THE EASTER VIGIL

8.00pm James Mendez RIP

Sunday 20th EASTER SUNDAY OF THE RESURRECTION OF THE LORD

8.30am Roisin McCaffrey-Eke  RIP

10.00am People of the Parish

12.15pm Mass in the Polish Language

6.00pm Teresa Corrigan  RIP

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Good Friday, 3rd April 2015 at St Hugh’s

posted 27 Mar 2015, 07:52 by Susan Weaver   [ updated 27 Mar 2015, 07:53 ]

11am: Stations of the Cross  (NB there is no 10am Service on Good Friday)

All those who participate in Stations of the Cross are invited to take part in the Walk of
Witness in the centre of Lincoln. 

11.30am:          Walk from St Hugh’s to St Swithin’s Church.

11.45am:          Walk of Witness (in silence, with members of all the other churches in the
                       Eastern end of Lincoln) from St Swithin’s to the Stonebow.

11.50am:         We come together with the Walks from the North, South and West of Lincoln, in the form of a Walking Cross, and re-group behind the four cross bearers, the Salvation Army Band, the Civic Party and guests, and all those taking part.

12-12.30pm:     The Churches Together Good Friday Service at the war memorial outside
                       St Benedict’s Chuch (opposite Boots).

 

3pm: The Solemn Celebration of the Passion of the Lord will take place at
St Hugh’s, Our Lady of Lincoln, and St Peter and St Paul churches.
 

Please make every effort to attend the 3pm Service,
which is the climax and focal point of Good Friday.

 

Volunteers are requested for the Good Friday Walk of Witness from the Western end of Lincoln.  Please gather outside the Friends Meeting House (Beumont Fee/Park St) at 11.45am for the short walk to the Stonebow.  Further information from Mary Wilford: 01522 800114.


 

ST GEORGE’S DAY TEA PARTY - Sunday, 26th April

posted 27 Mar 2015, 07:50 by Susan Weaver

The tea party will start at 3pm and finish in time for the 6pm Mass.  Tickets are only £4 each, and are now on sale from Noel and Josie.

Tel: 826390, from this weekend.


 

DEANERY PENITENTIAL SERVICES

posted 20 Mar 2015, 07:25 by Susan Weaver

There will be an opportunity to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confessions) at the following Penitential Services:


Our Lady of Lincoln

Thursday, 26th March

at 7pm



St Peter & St Paul’s

Sunday, 29th March

at 4pm



St Hugh’s

Monday, 30th March

at 7pm

 

 

 

 

ROAD CLOSURES NEXT SUNDAY, 22ND MARCH

posted 13 Mar 2015, 07:56 by Susan Weaver

 Please be aware that the City of Lincoln 10K Run will be taking place next Sunday and various roads will be closed for part of the day.  The majority of roads affected both directly and indirectly by the event will close from 9.30am and will remain closed until the last runner has finished.  This may affect people who attend the 8.30am and 10am Masses.  For details of road closures please see the poster on the church notice board, or visit the website:  www.runforall.com/10k/lincoln/route



 

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