Bulletin for the week beginning 10th April – The Second Sunday of Easter.

MASS TIMES SECOND SUNDAY OF EASTER 8.30am   Mary McKillop. 10.30am  Fr Michael Crumpton. MONDAY 10.00am  Easter Feria James O’Donnell. TUESDAY 10.00am Easter Feria Oliver Dignam. WEDNESDAY 9.00am Easter Feria Angela Harvey. THURSDAY 10.00am Easter Feria Patrick Malone. FRIDAY 10.00am  Easter Feria Michael Breslin. SATURDAY 10.00am Easter Feria Alan Calnan. THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER – SATURDAY Vigil Masses 3pm   Spec. Int. (DH).  6pm   Pro. pop.  SUNDAY  8.30am   John Murtagh.  10.30am  Seamus O’Connor.

CONFESSION – Any one who would like to make their confession, contact Fr Neil (01213512161) or email  fr.neil.bayliss@rcaob.org.uk  to arrange a mutually convenient time and place.

CORONAVIRUS – UPDATE From April 1st 2021 Please remember that the obligation to attend Mass on Sunday remains ‘waived’ – meaning you do NOT have to go to Mass at the moment. Baptisms, Marriages and Funerals will be allowed in church  but with legal restrictions on the number of people.  MASS OFFERED IN CHURCH Everyone entering Church must wear a face covering and will be asked for their name and contact details  the only exceptions are those under 5 years of age. Holy Cross can hold a maximum of 80 people socially distanced at 1m plus. Communion will be in the hand and under one kind only. At the end of every Mass the church will need to be cleaned before the next Mass. Please enter by the Car Park doors and leave by the ‘Presbytery end’ doors. Use the hand sanitising gel upon entrance. Observe social distancing at all times when in church. Do NOT come if you are ill with or have symptoms of Covid-19. To ensure fairness and an equal share of opportunity for attending Mass parishioners are again invited to weekend Masses as follows: Sat 3pm  Surnames starting with  A – E.  Sat 6pm F – K. Sun 8.30am  L – P.  Sun 10.30am Q – Z. In the event that more than 80 people turn up for any of the above masses they will not be granted access.

CAR PARKING – There is a lot of building work happening in houses near to the Church so please be considerate to our neighbours when parking in Signal Hayes Road. Please do not park over driveways. When our own car park is used correctly, there is room for 44 cars and remember that parking in front of the presbytery is for the emergency services only.

KNIGHTS OF SAINT COLUMBA – Despite their work being restricted as a result of the pandemic the Knights continue to support the work of helping the homeless in our city. If you would like to help them you can make a donation via the following link: https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/KSC293

PLEASE PRAY FOR THE SICK IN OUR PARISH – May the Lord grant them consolation, peace and healing. May God give all involved in health care in hospital or in the community, grace, strength and perseverance.

IN MEMORIAM – Please pray for the repose of the souls of parishioners whose anniversaries occur at this time: Simon Boylett, James Stewart, Joseph Killoch, Rose Paviour, Edward Butler, Irena Blaskiewicz, Josephine Neaves, Michael Doherty, Peter Rutter, Susan Byrne, Catherine Campbell, Olive Sperduti and Alan Calnan.

+ REST IN PEACE + Please pray for the souls of Marie Nicholls and Annie Smith, both have died recently. Marie’s Requiem will be on 19th April. Annie’s Requiem will be on 30th April .

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