• Holy Day of Obligation

    on Tuesday the Feast of All Saints Masses at 8.00 am & 7.00 pm

  • 31st Sunday in ORDINARY TIME (Year A)

    30th October 2011

  • Congratulations

    to the Bristol Catholic Players who have won two coveted “Rose Bowls” for their production of “The Mikado” at the recent awards. They were for ‘Best Operetta’ and ‘Best Actor’.

  • Parish History

    The Parish Booklet is currently being updated - if you have any particular memories/records that could be of interest, please see Peter Harvey or Canon Bernard.

  • The Diary of God

    this course of 8 sessions explores the rich treasures contained within the Bible. Starts Tues 8 Nov, it is a wonderful opportunity to have the richness of the Scriptures opened up. start at 7.30 pm. Cost £24 - see poster and flyers in the narthex.

  • Reader for Remembrance Service

    at the memorial in WOT on Sunday 13th Nov at 11.00. If you can help please see Canon Bernard.

  • Prayers

    The sick:
    Brid Carmody, Rosemary Croom- Johnson, Pedro Da Cunha, Marie Griffiths, Teresa Gummett, Theresa Healy, Mary Hingston, Sue Hitchins, Josie Holland, Michael Kenny, Dorrit and Ronald Leeming, Elizabeth McBean, Patsy McCarthy, Jeanette Martin, Claire Mason, Terry Moss, Gillian Nicholson, Dorothy Placito, Iris Torpy, Pat Regini, Karen Reilly, Trudy Rodgers, Jackie Ross, Mary Shepherd, Gillian Swain, Jim Swain, Patricia Tester, Mary Uden, Christine Verne, Anthony Watson, and Margaret Abeden Zadeh.


    saw the beginning of a new series this week called “Young Nuns” following 2 young women who feel they have received the call from God and are commencing their journeys to test their vocations. A small group of the sisters at the Bernardine Monastery in Brownshill watched the episode and wrote a review which has been published on the Diocesan Website it’s well worth a read! www.cliftondiocese.com

  • Finance & Rotas

    Offertory 16 October £881.35 including standing orders. Thank you for your generosity.

    6.30 - 74; 9.30 - 136; 11.00 - 103 = 313

    Jack and Patricia Tester, Nora Harrington, Roger Mason.

    This week Team 5

  • Notes & Quotes

    It is easier to fight for one’s principles than live up to them. First make peace with yourself, so that when you have become peaceful you may bring peace to others - Pope Paul VI

  • 30th Sunday in ORDINARY TIME (Year A)

    23rd October 2011

  • Clergy Review

    at the Colston Hall made a net profit of £13,407