4th Sunday of Easter – 12th May 2019
Mass and Devotions
Saturday 11 May – 4th Sunday of Easter
Cranleigh 6pm Vigil Mass Rosemary Henry (RIP)
Sunday 12 May
Bramley 9am Masspro populo
Cranleigh 11am Mass & Baptism Carmelo Calma Romero (RIP)
Bramley 1pm Baptism Service
Monday 13th May – Our Lady of Fatima
Cranleigh 12pm Funeral Mass George Peter Crisp
Tuesday 14th May – St Matthias, Apostle
Bramley 10am Mass
Thursday 16th May
Bramley 10am Mass
Bramley 3pm Reception of Des Carroll
Friday 17 May
Bramley 11am Funeral Mass Des Carroll
Saturday 18th May – 5th Sunday of Easter
Cranleigh 10am Mass
Cranleigh 6pm Vigil Mass Dan O’Sullivan (RIP)
Bramley 9am Mass pro populo
Cranleigh 11am Mass
We welcome presentations by the Catenian Awareness Group after each Mass this weekend
This weekend we welcome into the Church through baptism Jonasz Pagor, Jack Mulreany and Joseph Page.
There will be a second collection for “The Education of Future Priests”. This can be Gift Aided using your normal envelopes or the yellow Gift Aid envelopes at the back of the Church.
Mary’s Month of May– let’s keep Mary’s Month with extra devotions to Our Lady – can somebody organise a Rosary Prayer Group please?
The next Coffee Morning will take place in Cranleigh on Tuesday 14th May at 10.30am [not 7th May as previously advertised] and is available to all members of the parish community.
Cranleigh Baptist Church are showing the film Tortured for Christ on Wednesday 22nd May 7.30pm at CBC, all are welcome to join.
Pentecost Family Day: Sunday 9th June at St John’s Seminary, Wonersh.Please attend Mass in our parish and then feel free to bring a picnic lunch for 12.30 or join in the activities at 1.00pm. There will be tours of the seminary and talks led by the seminarians/stalls exploring the Gifts of the Holy Spirit, games and face painting. The day will conclude with tea and a Pentecostal procession where the Bishop will send us all out filled with joy. This is a day suitable for all ages. Please do let email@example.com if you are able to join us for catering purposes or tel: 01293 651152
Parish Coach Tripto Cowdray Park on 16th July departing Cranleigh 2pm for a visit to the tea room and walled garden and will depart Cowdray at 5pm. Please sign up using the Parish website events page or let the Parish office know that you would like to attend.
Financial Giving: The Offertory Collections for April were £7345 versus the target of £8077. However due to increased giving in the period Jan. to March our year to date position at the end of April is £2701 above our target. We paid off a further £1299 of the Parish Room Debt and the balance outstanding is now £36043. See graphs on the notice board.
Gift Aid Donation Statements are awaiting collection for those who requested a paper copy. Please assist by collecting from me at the end of Mass this weekend. I hope to be at all Masses. Many thanks, Trish.
CAFOD report: our generous donations in Lent 2018 were matched by the UK Government. So far CAFOD has taught 1,403 people how to adapt their farming methods to a changing climate; identified 17 sites for new community vegetable gardens; planted 233 fruit trees in schools; trained 27 nurses and community health workers to spot malnutrition. Thank you so much. More will happen over the next two years and we will keep you informed.
Talents Fundraising – Easter to Pentecost
There are still over half the 50 days between Easter and Pentecost remaining. (the end date for this fund raising) If you have not collected your £10 Talents money there is still time and more envelopes with the £10 will be available after Mass on May 11th/12th.
God has given us the Talent. It is “just” a matter of finding it and putting it to good use! Here are just some of the more popular Talents.
- Tea, cake and coffee morning
- Afternoon teas
- Tea/Coffee “Bring and Buy”
- Plant Sale
- Cake Sale
- Preserves Sale
- Open Garden
- Bake/cake sales
- Flower arranging classes
- Garage sale
- Friends Shared Supper
We all have a talent to share.
There will be a special 4 page Sat./Sun. Newsletter on May 18th/19thand May 24th/25thfor you to advertise your talents on offer. Contact the Parish Office Tel: 01483 272075 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Table Top Sale Sunday 19th May after 9am Mass. The Tuesday Lent Group will be offering a variety of items for sale including many hand knitted items , a large selection of books, home-made pies and pasties, herb planters, geraniums and maybe even a cake or two. Please come and support our “ talents “!
Also we would be willing to do something similar if you organise a general showcase in
At the end of mass on Sunday and throughout Easter we will sing the Regina Caeli (in English) as follows:
Joy to thee, O Queen of Heaven. Alleluia!
He whom Thou wast meet to bear. Alleluia!
As He promised hath arisen. Alleluia!
Pour for us to God thy prayer. Alleluia!
- Rejoice and be glad, O Virgin Mary, alleluia.
- For the Lord has truly risen, alleluia.
Let us pray.
O God, who through the resurrection of your Son, our Lord Jesus Christ, brought joy to the whole world; grant, we beseech You, that through His Mother, the Virgin Mary, we may obtain the joys of everlasting life. Through the same Christ our Lord. Amen.
Calling all young people in Surrey. The Catholic Parish of Guildford Youth Ministry would like to invite you to a fantastic retreat weekend “Rooted 2019 – Dare to be More”. One weekend away, two streams for ages 10-13 and 14-18. It’s taking place on Friday 5th – Sunday 7th July at Oakwood Youth Challenge, Wokingham. The cost for Rooted is just £85. Spaces are limited so please book your child’s place as soon as you can by visiting: https://www.cpg.church/rooted
Terry and I are parishioners and Terry is a potter. He is the person who made the bowls containing the wafers when you come into church.
This year he is taking part in Surrey Artists’ Open Studios and will be exhibiting a range of his pottery. This includes both smaller decorative pieces like his signature, pierced “tree-pots”, and larger pieces which he calls light-pods, orbs and lilies which are interesting pots in bright daylight, but in a dimmer environment thrown extraordinary patterns of light onto background surfaces. He will also be showing some domestic ware.
Alongside will be paintings by our friend, Jacky Cowdrey, a member of the Dorking Group of Artists. She works mainly in acrylics and is particularly interested in portraiture and the human form as well as doing some landscapes.
Most items will also be available for sale.
We will be providing tea, coffee and cake with donations in aid of the Royal Marsden Hospital. Jacky’s husband is a patient there.
Dates: The first three weekends in June, i.e. Sat.1st, Sun. 2nd, Sat. 8th*, Sun.9th, Sat. 15th, Sun.16th 11 am – 5 pm
Thursdays: 6th and 20th June 11am – 5 pm and 6-8.30 pm
Venue: Corner Cottage, Abinger Lane, Abinger Common,
Dorking, Surrey, RH5 6JH.
It would be lovely to see you there. Pat O’Brien
*PS. On Sat. 8th June there will be the Abinger Mediaeval Fair on the Village Green which is well worth a visit. If you come that day, you will need to use one of the paying car parks as no street parking is allowed.
6 – Cranleigh
|9 – Bramley||11- Cranleigh|
|Welcomers||Bob & Roxanne||Jane M|
|Viviana & Family|
|1st Reading||Win B||Shelagh A||Kinga B|
|2nd Reading||James O’F||James G|