XII Post Pentecost 2019 Bulletin

“And they continued steadfastly in the apostles’ doctrine and fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in prayers.”

Acts 2:42

Kalendar

DAYDATEEVENTNotes
SUN01.09XIIth Sunday Post Pentecost St Giles, Abbot.
07:30Morning PrayersChapel
08:30Mass & Homily StADM p.844/1432. Chapel
10:00Breaking FastRoedean Cafe
MON02.09St Stephen of Hungary King&C
07:30Morning PrayersChapel
10:00Mass & Homily StADM p.1433/1664 Chapel
11:15Breaking Fast@Cosy Cafe
TUE03.09Feria of XII Post Pentecost
07:30Morning PrayersChapel
08:30Mass & Homily StADM p.844Chapel
10:00Breaking Fast@Roedean Cafe
17:30Evening PrayersChapel
WED04.09Feria of XII Post Pentecost
07:30Morning PrayersChapel
08:30Mass & Homily StADM p.844Chapel
09:30Breaking Fast @Cosy Cafe
17:30Holy Hour & BenedictionChapel
18:45Conference NEW “Tradition”Chapel
20:00Fish Supper@Bardsleys
THU05.09St Laurence JustinianBishop&C.
07:30Morning PrayersChapel
08:30Mass & Homily StADM p.1434/1650.Chapel
10:00Breaking Fast@Cosy Cafe
FRI06.09Feria of XII Post Pentecost.
07:30Morning PrayersChapel
08:30Mass & Homily StADM p.844. Chapel
10:00Breaking Fast@Roedean Cafe
17:30Evening PrayersChapel
SAT07.09Our Lady on Saturdayvotive.
07:30Morning PrayersChapel
08:30 Mass & Homily StADM p.1428/2Chapel
09:30Breaking FastChapel
10:00Catechism “Discerning God’s will”Chapel
SUN08.09Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
07:30Morning PrayersChapel
08:30Mass & Homily StADM p.1435/850.Chapel
10:00Breaking fast@Roedean Cafe

MAIN PHOTO Meeting of Christians Against Poverty, Thursday next week

The Twelfth Sunday

Here is a doctor of the law who, tempting our Lord, asks Him questions about eternal life (Gospel). But the snare that he spread for Jesus Christ shows how true were the words our Redeemer had just uttered, when He said to His Father: “Thou hast hid these things from the wise and prudent and hast revealed them to little ones.”

Consider how the demons acted with regard to the first man, for when Adam fell into sin they stripped him of all his goods and covered him with wounds. For original sin deprives man of all the gifts of grace and wounds him in his very nature. His intelligence is less alert and his will weaker, for the concupiscence which reigns in his members carries him towards evil. To make him feel his impotence—for, as St. Paul says, our sufficiency is from God (Epistle)—Almighty God instituted the Mosaic Law which gave him the commandments that faith enabled him to fulfil, but without supplying the sacramental help we enjoy in the New Dispensation.

The Gospel gives practical proof of this in the parable of the Good Samaritan. In the face of the impotence of the priesthood of the Old Law, represented by the priest and the Levite, the Good Samaritan, that is our Lord Himself sets up a new law, different to the first and comes Himself to the help of man. Physician of our souls, He pours into our wounds the ointment of His grace, the oil of His sacraments and the wine of His Eucharist. What God has done for us, we should do for our neighbor, following the example set us by the divine Samaritan. In thanksgiving, the Gradual says: “I will bless the Lord at all times; His praise shall ever be in my mouth.”

Feasts this week…

Pray for today’s martyrs…

Daily Missal

To accompany your worship why not invest in a St Andrew’s Daily Missal that contains ALL the Propers for ALL the Masses offered throughout the year? Several parishioners have bought copies already and this particular edition has been commended to the Holy Synod for approval.
The St Andrew’s Daily Missal also contains historical commentary and footnotes on the Feast days, devotions, prayers of preparation for before and after Mass as well as the Propers for Vespers for Sundays and major Feast days throughout the year. It also contains forms for Morning and Evening Prayer, Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament and Compline. It really is a treasury of devotion!
Look out for the Daily Mass posts with the page numbers given for each Mass in the Missal.

To order directly from the publishers, visit here $68 = £52.50 approx

DIARY THIS WEEK

The Hub Volunteers

Wednesdays The Hub homeless drop in is closed this week and next! IF you can spare a couple of hours on a Wednesday morning or lunchtime when we reopen in August, why not pop along and lend a hand? The Hub takes place in the rear hall of the Congress Hall.

Conferences NEW series “Tradition” on Wednesdays

Continuing on Wednesdays after Holy Hour & Benediction, a new series of Conferences on Tradition. Each week Metropolitan Jerome will explain the nature of Tradition, how to identify and adhere to it today.

Discerning God’s will for my life…

CATECHISM CLASSES will continue THIS Saturday immediately following the end of the Mass there’ll be a quick break fast and class starts at 10am finishing at 11am. This is the perfect opportunity to invite enquirers to the Faith or come along yourself to revisit the basic tenets of Christianity.

The present series is exploring vocational discernment – what is God calling me to? How do I discover what God wants me to do? Why should I do what God wants?

FUTURE EVENTS

NURSING HOME MINISTRY

Please note the following dates for our ministry to Nursing Homes:
11.00 Sunday 15th September, Shelley Road
11.00 Sunday 22nd September, Downview Road
11.00 Sunday 13th October, Downview Road
11.00 Sunday 20th October, Shelley Road
11.00 Sunday 17th November, Shelley Road
11.00 Sunday 8th December, Downview Road
11.00 Sunday 15th December, Shelley Road

This September Brighthelm are hosting the Cercle Francaise de Brighton et Hove, who will take residency well into 2020. This group comes together and welcomes new members to learn and talk all about the French language and culture. Check it out!
Every Tuesday 10 am – 12 pm in the Activities Hall, Brighthelm
This open group meets weekly to choose, play and devise music together: we play
a wide range of material – folk tunes, classical themes, and popular melodies.
No musical experience is necessary.
For more information please send an email to isabel@openstrings.co.uk
or visit the website: http://www.openstrings.co.uk/silver-strings

Cuba Saturday School Project

The Primus of the Holy Synod, Metropolitan Jerome of Selsey has chosen the Saturday School project for our sponsorship. The monthly rent of the school building is $40 per month or approximately £30, we’d like to raise a year’s rent this Lent, approximately £360 almost $500 and perhaps a little more to contribute to materials and resources for the activities.

Please prayerfully consider contributing to this worthwhile cause, perhaps donating a month’s rent for the school building? Use the button below and be clear to make the donation for “Saturday School Cuba” when prompted. God bless you.

To donate just press the button!

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We have a passion to see the United Kingdom return to the Christian faith. Our nation has been shaped and defined by this faith for hundreds of years. Yet in the last few decades, the nation has largely turned her back on Jesus and embraced alternative ideas such as secular liberal humanism, moral relativism and sexual licence. The fruit of this can be seen in widespread family breakdown, immorality and social disintegration. https://www.christianconcern.com/
A Stop Christophobia campaign has been launched by Premier Christian Radio. The success of this campaign depends highly on the number of people who support it so please share this link with your contacts on social media and sign it yourself! There is currently a momentum building, but change won’t happen unless people stand up and be counted. Together we can ensure that Christian minorities are protected from discrimination and persecution.https://www.thestopcampaign.org/
This site is for everyone who is concerned about the social and medical ‘transition’ of children, the introduction of ‘gender identity’ teaching into schools and new policies and legislation based on subjective ideas of ‘gender’ rather than the biological reality of sex.

For prayer…

Of your charity, please hold the following in your prayers…

For those in need… Christopher, Lyn B, Simon G, Dagmar B, Karen, Debbie G, Fr Graham F, Fr Stephen D, Heather & Susanna L-D, Finley G, Diane C, Pat, Paul, +Rommel B, Penny E, Colin R, John, Ronald, Fr Gerard H, Lilian & family, Ruth L, David G, David P, Patrick H, Debbie G, Karen K, Fr Graham F, S&A, Dave G, +Charles of Wisconsin, +Tissier, Fr Gerrard H, +Guo Xijin, +John P, Karl R-W, Fr Antonio Benedetto OSB, Fr Kristopher M & family, Mark Coggan, Ounissa
For those discerning… James, Manuel, Vincent, Darren, Akos, Roger, James, Adrian, Carlos, Yordanis, Nicholas
For those who mourn… Barbara R & family, Brenda W & family, Joseph S, Catherine L & family, Rev George C & family, Jean C, Margaret & Bonita C, Debbie M & family, Phil E & Family
For the recently departed… Lauretta (21.01.19), Clive Reed (23.01.19), Fr John Wright (24.01.19), Shelley Luben (11.12.18), Mick Howells (13.12.18), Daniel Callaghan (13.02.19), Alfie (Hub guest), Jill Lewis (24.02.19), Cynthia Sharpe Conger (28.02.19), Richard (Ricky) Belmonte, Fr Leo Cameron OSA (29.03.19), Fr John Corbett (30.03.19), Deacon Richard Mulholland (Easter Day), Peter, Bernard Brown (27.06.19), Peter Ellis (01.08.19)

DONATIONS

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