CAFOD HARVEST FAST DAY - Friday, 5th October

 This weekend (29th/30th September) our parish CAFOD representatives Dee Ellidge and Frank Heyes will give a short appeal at the close of  Sunday Masses on behalf of CAFOD.  The CAFOD collection will take place next Sunday, 7th October; there is an envelope for you to use inside your newsletter, or at the back of the church. 

Family Fast Day Prayer:  Creator God, in love you give life.  In your generosity you create the gifts of the earth.  As daughters and sons of the same Father, may we learn to share the plentiful gifts of creation, especially with those most in need.  Give us open hands and loving hearts, so that we take less and give more.  We ask that all may benefit from your goodness, and share in the fullness of life you have promised.  Amen.






HARVEST SUPPER - Saturday, 28th September at 7pm

posted 16 Aug 2019, 06:02 by Susan Weaver

Ploughmans and Pudding (wine included) with Quiz and Raffle

 Tickets, £6 per person, are now on sale from Lewis and Lynda in the church hall,

after the 10am Mass, or you can phone them on
01522 753136 or 07814838908 to reserve your ticket. 

Payment in advance of the supper would be appreciated. 

This is a very popular event so make sure you get your tickets quickly!




posted 16 Aug 2019, 06:00 by Susan Weaver

 Helen McLoughlin is taking part in the Great North Run and is fundraising for Macmillan Cancer Support.

If anyone would like to make a donation, it would be greatly appreciated. 

Helen has set up an online JustGiving page which is

or alternatively any donations can be passed on via her parents John or Rosie.



posted 9 Aug 2019, 06:15 by Susan Weaver

 Saturday 24th August from 11am until 1pm

at Chrissie Walker’s  home, 13 Jellicoe Avenue, Lincoln,

and on 

Sunday 25th August after the both morning  Masses. 

Raffle prizes are needed, as well as cakes for the cake stall.
But most of all we need people to come and support this weekend fundraiser.

All money raised will be split between the Tower Fund and Cancer research.



posted 9 Aug 2019, 06:12 by Susan Weaver

The extraordinary form LATIN MASS will be celebrated at 4pm this Sunday, 11th August.


VIGIL MASS AS ST HUGH’S, Saturday 10th August at 7pm

posted 1 Aug 2019, 05:22 by Susan Weaver

Fr Tony Milner, priest from St Joseph’s Dorking will be celebrating a Vigil Mass at St Hugh’s next Saturday at 7pm. 

Fr Tony and colleagues are doing a charity walk ending this part of the walk here in Lincoln. 

You are all very welcome to attend.



posted 26 Jul 2019, 05:52 by Susan Weaver

Many of our brothers and sisters in the Philippines and throughout the world have a special devotion to
our Blessed Mother under the title of Our Lady of Peñafrancia.

Please join us to pray the Rosary and a Novena. 

St Hugh’s church hall at 2pm this Sunday, 28th July.

Lunch will also be served. 


LINCOLN HCPT (Hosanna House and Children's Pilgrimage Trust)

posted 23 Jul 2019, 03:15 by Susan Weaver

 Nurse needed:  We are looking for a nurse to travel with them to Lourdes from Saturday, 11th April until Saturday, 18th April 2020. The nurse will be required to meet the young people to create a care plan.  To take responsibility for medicines and care needs of the young people whilst on pilgrimage (with support from group members).  The cost of the pilgrimage is £696 per adult. Lincoln HCPT are willing to subsides £150 for a nurse to travel.  If you are interested please contact Claire, email: or   For more information visit the HCPT website:


Volunteers needed:  We are also looking for volunteers to travel Lourdes from Saturday, 11th April to Saturday, 18th April 2020.  Main responsibilities include working alongside an experienced HCPT member to care for a young person with either social, medical, learning or physical need.  HCPT train all new members in basic care techniques to meet young people's needs. The cost of the pilgrimage is £696 per adult; you are welcome to fund raise towards your own fare.  A meeting for people who would be interested in travelling to Lourdes with HCPT is taking place on Sunday 8th September 2019 at St Hugh's Primary School, LN6 0SH at 2pm or contact Claire, email: or



posted 23 Jul 2019, 03:12 by Susan Weaver

As well as asking the Diocese to focus on a programme of spiritual renewal under the headings of ‘encounter, discipleship, and missionary discipleship’ Bishop Patrick has also asked the Deaneries of the Diocese to present realistic plans for the near future that will support this programme of renewal.

Across the Diocese of Nottingham we currently have about 85 priests serving in parishes, and it is anticipated that in the coming five years that number will reduce to approximately 60. In the Lincoln Deanery which includes Louth, Market Rasen, Woodhall Spa, and Mablethorpe as well as the city we currently have 6 priests and that number is expected to reduce to 4. In the city itself we currently have 3 priests and in the coming years that number is expected to reduce to 2.

Although we do not anticipate this happening for a couple of years, we have been asked at this stage to give the matter some thought and make some proposals on how our Deanery could be served with 4 priests and specifically for us how the 3 city parishes could be served by 2 priests. When speaking of our city parishes we recognise that although based in the city the parish boundaries extend some distance away from the city.

An immediate concern will be the number and timing of weekend Masses. When the time comes there will need to be changes but rather than dwell on that at this stage we would rather focus our thoughts on the other aspects of our Catholic life in the city which could potentially be affected by this change. How can we best support our mission to our Catholic schools, the universities, the hospital, the prison, and other institutions where priests have traditionally been involved?  How can we continue to play a part in the ecumenical, inter-faith, and civic life of our city and neighbourhood?  We recognise the contribution that Deacons and lay people already make in many areas but how can we strengthen that contribution for the future?

Initially we ask you to give this matter your thought and prayer over the holiday period, with conversations taking place at parish level. In the autumn we will seek to bring together representatives from our three Parish Pastoral Councils to explore a shared response to the challenges that lie ahead of us.



posted 7 Jun 2019, 06:03 by Susan Weaver

 We have had a few enquiries from parishioners who wish to set up a standing order for the Tower Fund. 

We now have forms to enable you to do this, which are available at the back of the church. 

Also available at the back of the church are envelopes for people who would like to make a cash/cheque donation. 
Don’t forget to gift aid your donation if you pay tax. 

Thank you.


TOWER FUND BBQ AND COFFEE MORNING, Sunday 30th June after the 10am Mass

posted 7 Jun 2019, 06:00 by Susan Weaver

This fundraiser will be held in the church hall and courtyard. 

We will have burgers, hot dogs, cake stall, strawberries (if available), sales table, and a raffle for you to enjoy. 

Donations of cakes, raffle prizes and items for the sale table will be gratefully received. 

Tickets are £4 (burger, hotdog and drink)  are available from Lewis and Lynda after the 10am Sunday Mass
or telephone them on 01522 753136 or  07814838908.


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