posted 12 Aug 2016, 05:56 by Susan Weaver


The coach will be in Unity Square at 8am on Monday.  

If you have any worries ring Noel on 01522 826390. 

Father John will be on the pilgrimage, so please make note of the

following changes to Mass times at St Hugh’s this week 

Monday - Friday Services of Word and Sacrament will take place at 10am 

If you would like to attend Mass on these days the only celebrations will take place at Our
Lady of Lincoln church as follows:  9.30am Monday to Thursday, and 7.30pm on Friday.

We wish all of our pilgrims a happy and safe pilgrimage



posted 12 Aug 2016, 05:54 by Susan Weaver   [ updated 12 Aug 2016, 05:54 ]


Saturday, 24th September:  Harvest Supper (tickets £6, on sale from next Sunday) 

Saturday, 29th October:  St Hugh’s Ceilidh. 

Saturday, 19th November:  Dance Across the Decades (Boogie Night!). 

Saturday, 17th December:  St Hugh’s Parish Christmas Dinner. 

Saturday, 31st December:  St Hugh’s Parish New Year’s Eve Party 

Details of each of these events will be in the newsletter nearer the time they are held.





posted 12 Aug 2016, 05:51 by Susan Weaver

Saturday, 17th  September, led by Heather Ward from the Order of Secular Discalced Carmelites.  The theme is: “I will sing forever of God’s Mercy” starting with 10am Mass and concluding with a Holy Hour and Benediction from 2.30pm to 3.30pm.  Talks will take place in the hall and there will be several periods of quiet time using the church, the meeting room and the garden.  Everyone is welcome – no charge, just a small donation to cover costs.



posted 5 Aug 2016, 06:39 by Susan Weaver

 This Sunday we are happy to welcome Fr Daniel who makes his first visit to St Hugh’s as a Priest.  Fr Daniel was  with us for a year at St Hugh’s whilst a seminarian, and we are very happy to have shared this journey with him.



posted 5 Aug 2016, 06:33 by Susan Weaver

 Bishop Patrick will celebrate a Jubilee Mass at 11am in St Barnabas’ Cathedral on Saturday, 3rd September, for chaplains, extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion, catechists, readers, teachers, musicians, and all others who exercise any form of lay ministry in the Church throughout the Diocese.  If you are interested in going, or would like more information, please contact Diane Williams at the Ongoing Formation Office by email: office@ogfnottingham.org  or telephone: 0115 9539841.


Handicapped Children's Pilgrimage Trust

posted 5 Aug 2016, 06:31 by Susan Weaver



Thursday, 22nd September at the Bentley Hotel, Lincoln 

4 course meal - Black Tie - Auction and raffle 

Cost £49.50 per person to include some wine on the table 


Jan Molby (ex Liverpool and Denmark International footballer)

and comedian Zack Stevens

Tables of 8-12 people but we can join smaller groups together

For tickets please email: Group106@hcpt.org.uk



posted 29 Jul 2016, 06:21 by Susan Weaver

This weekend we welcome Fr Colum from the Apostleship of the Sea who will celebrate the 8.30am and 10am Masses, as well as the 5pm Vigil Mass at St Francis, Bardney; and Fr John O’Donnell from Our Lady and St Peter’s, Woodhall Spa who will
celebrate the 6pm Mass.



posted 29 Jul 2016, 06:20 by Susan Weaver

Standing Order:  Have you thought of making your donation to the church by regular standing order?  This is a very easy way to give, you do not have to be a gift aider to do this. It also means that when you are away on a Sunday your offering to St Hugh’s will be made as usual.  You can still have offertory boxes for the second collections if you wish to do so.  Standing Order forms are available at the back of the church.

Gift Aid: If your financial circumstances have changed since you signed your gift aid form, and you no longer pay income tax please let the parish secretary know.  You can ring the parish office: 01522 528961, or email her: office@sthughslincoln.org.uk 
If you do pay tax and would like to gift aid your weekly offering please complete one of the gift aid forms at the back of the church and hand it to one of the clergy. For every £1 you  give we can claim an additional 25p from the government, so well worth doing!



posted 22 Jul 2016, 06:44 by Susan Weaver   [ updated 29 Jul 2016, 06:19 ]

This Sunday we welcome Fr Joseph who, as well as celebrating all of our Sunday Masses for us while Fr John is away, will make an appeal on behalf of St Patrick’s Missionary Society. 

 “We involve ourselves in the lives of the people both spiritually and materially, given them hope and dignity in their lives.” 

Your support helps them to assist with famine relief, the ongoing awareness of HIV and Aids, transport, water, education, justice, village churches, special needs, orphans and orphanages etc., in African countries, South America, and the Caribbean.  Please pray for the St Patrick’s Missionaries, and if you can please give what you can to support them as they carry out God’s work.   Thank-you.  Website:  www.spms.org

ST PATRICK’S MISSIONARY SOCIETY APPEAL:  Fr Francis would like to thank everyone who supported the second collection last weekend; £657.33 (to date) was raised for the St Patrick’s Missionary Society.  He also extends his thanks to you all for making him feel so welcome as he stood in for Fr John who is taking a well earned break.



APOSTLESHIP OF THE SEA RENEWAL DAY at Immingham Seafarers Centre, Saturday, 30th July, 10.30am to 3pm

posted 22 Jul 2016, 06:42 by Susan Weaver

  The AoS will be holding a day of renewal for all local chaplains, volunteers and anyone interested in learning more about this wonderful mission of the Church.  Everyone is welcome.  The day, featuring input from the local port chaplain Fr Colum Kelly, will focus not just on ‘what’ AoS does but ‘why’ she does it, looking at scripture and Church teaching relating to mission and ministry.  Admission is free but please bring along a contribution to a shared lunch.  For further information please contact Steven.  Telephone: 07793488971 or Email: steven.willows@apostleshipofthesea.org.uk




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