Stations of the Cross – Friday 10 March


This evening (Friday 10 March, 19:30) our Stations of the Cross share Jesus’ final steps toward Good Friday, and also reflect on the experiences of those who fall and thirst.

CAFOD are leading this liturgy of Stations of the Cross, the reflections of which give us a contemporary echo of the pain and suffering experienced by people around the world, giving us a fresh perspective through which to remember Jesus’ suffering for us.

Today – Friday 10 March – is Lent Fast Day, when we go without so others don’t have to. And the money we save, and our donations, go to help CAFOD with their work.

Harvest Appeal 2016

help tackle hunger in Bolivia

In Bolivia, when harvests are gathered, communities come together to share a meal. But for many, the rejoicing is short-lived. For 32-year-old Nicanora, when her harvest runs out, all that is left is a ground barley broth. This Harvest Fast Day, find out how you can make a difference.

> Pick up a gift envelope at church this weekend or donate online today.

Festivities of the Assumption

On Sunday 14 August we celebrate our patronal feast
– and say goodbye to Father Dick.

Buffet lunch from 12:30pm in St Alban’s school hall and the parish centre.

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If you intend to come, please sign the list at the back of church (Our Lady and the English Martyrs church) and indicate what food you can bring or help you can give.

This information may also be given using the signup form below:

Welcome the Stranger: Help for Refugees

Introducing the Year of Mercy Pope Francis wrote:

β€œIt is my burning desire that, during this Jubilee, the Christian people may …. rediscover these corporal works of mercy: to feed the hungry, give drink to the thirsty, clothe the naked, welcome the stranger, heal the sick, visit the imprisoned, and bury the dead.”

In response to the refugee crisis at the present time all donations to the Poor Box from Monday 13th June to Sunday 3rd July (including Refugee Week 20th – 26th June 2016) will be passed to Cambridge Ethnic Community Forum for their work with refugees – please be generous.

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