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The Most Holy Trinity Sunday,

Year ‘C’

16th June 2019




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WE REMEMBER THIS WEEK ESPECIALLY IN OUR PRAYERS:






LITURGY GROUP MEETING on Monday 17th June at 8.00pm in the presbytery.



SYMPATHY:

We offer our sympathy and the support of our prayers to the Family and Friends of:





May they rest in peace.



SATURDAY VIGIL MASS: As from August 2019 there will not be any Saturday Evening Vigil Mass in St Cedd’s, the last one being 27th July 2019. There will be one in SS Peter & Pauls Church. As from that date there will not be any Sunday evening Mass in SS Peter & Pauls Church, but our Sunday evening Mass will continue.


Also during the months of July and August there will not be any evening Masses on Tuesdays and Fridays in St Cedd’s.



THANK YOU for your collection last week amounting to £1055.62 (£547.62 loose, £508.00 envelopes), and for your continuing support of the La Salette Mission in Madagascar.



RETIRING COLLECTION today for Day for Life, next Sunday for sick clergy.



ST CEDD’S CATHOLIC CLUB LTD: Music from 9.00pm every Sunday: 23rd June – Finbarr Black, 30th June-Declan Gaynor, 7th July - Ramblin Pete, 14th July - Mary & New Counties, 21st July - Billy & The Norhwinds, 28th July - Eugene Doonan.



DON’T FORGET THE REFUGEES: Box in the chapel for small packs of orange juice, basmati rice, tea bags, cornflakes, coffee, and jam.



MASS OF THANKSGIVING FOR MARRIAGE AND FAMILY LIFE: Each year Bishop Alan celebrates this Mass particularly for those who are newly married or celebrating special anniversaries. This year the Mass is on Saturday 6th July at 3pm in Brentwood Cathedral, with a reception afterwards. If you would like an invitation please speak to your parish priest. On the same day there is a conference in the Cathedral Hall for all those involved in supporting and promoting the vocation to marriage - see the diocesan website or speak to your parish priest for more information.





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GIFT AID BRIEFLY EXPLAINED…

Gift Aid is a method, approved by HMRC, of substantially increasing the value of your offerings. Our Parish, as a registered charity, can reclaim from the Government an extra 25 pence for every pound you give.

For example, if your donation was £5.00 per week, the Parish would be able to claim an extra £65.00 on top of the £ 260 you would have contributed (52 weeks X £5), making your contribution to be £ 325.00 at absolutely no cost to you.  At the end of the financial year, the Gift Aid organiser will send you a letter with details of your donation and how much additional amount the Parish would have gained from your valuable support.


The amounts you give is strictly confidential. 






Anyone whose donations to the Church are made out of taxed income can complete a Gift Aid Declaration which can be obtained from the Gift Aid Organiser. Please note, anyone in the following categories who are resident in the UK can Gift Aid if they are



Please remember every gift whether large or small is greatly valued.  Thank you.



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‘Working together to Evangelise Our Diocese. Advent 2017’,

the first formal proposal for the renewal

and restructuring of our diocese



Output from the Parish Meeting

on the Proposed Diocesan Restructuring




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Parish of Saint Cedd, Goodmayes