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The Epiphany of the Lord 2019

Dear Brothers and Sisters In our celebration today, we are met with two aspects of life – with the search for wisdom and truth and beauty – and with the lust for power and control.  We are told “some wise[...]

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4th Sunday of Advent – 23.12.18

Please note the Crib Collection box will be in both porches from this Sunday   Dear Brothers and Sisters Welcome to the last Sunday of Advent.  Today we hear from Elizabeth as she greets Mary and feels St John the[...]

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3rd Sunday of Advent – 16.12.18

Christmas Offerings The Finance Committee would like to remind you that all Christmas monetary gifts for Father David should be placed in an envelope clearly marked with “Father David”. This includes cash or cheques made payable to “David Osborne”. ​Pre-addressed[...]

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2nd Sunday of Advent 09.12.18

 There will be collection this weekend for Number Five Homeless Charity – Cash please in order for the Parish to purchase the necessary vouchers.   “Christmas Offerings The Finance Committee would like to remind you that all Christmas monetary gifts[...]

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1st Sunday of Advent – 02.12.18

Dear Brothers and Sisters Welcome to Advent! Today we begin a short season of preparation for the Nativity of Christ – we reflect on Jesus’ historical birth, his continuing presence with us in the Church and in the Sacraments, and,[...]

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Saturday 24 November – Christ the King

Care Group Meeting 30th November  11am in parish room at Cranleigh Dear Brothers and Sisters You must have been living in a very remote place over the last couple of years if you are unaware that there is a kind of[...]

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33rd Sunday of OT – 18.11.18

Special Collection for the Arundel Cathedral Maintenance Fund THIS Sunday Dear Brothers and Sisters There is a slightly jokey saying, and, I believe, a bumper sticker in the USA which says “Look busy, Jesus is coming!”  This tongue in cheek[...]

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31st Sunday of OT – 04.10.18

Dear Brothers and Sisters My parents weren’t the most, shall we say, positive-feedbackers that there have ever been – indeed we as a family seemed to have more than our fair share of criticism all round.  As a child, my[...]

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30th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 28.10.18

Special collection next week for the Retired Priests’ Fund. Gift Aid. Dear Brothers and Sisters The Opening Prayer this week asks: “Almighty ever-living God, increase our faith, hope and charity” and so I thought that I would just say a[...]

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29th Sunday of Ordinary Time – 21.10.18

Special Collection this weekend for Missio – World Mission Sunday Dear Brothers and Sisters In the gospel today, Jesus asks James and John “Can you drink the cup that I must drink…”   so, I thought I would very briefly explore[...]

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