The Presbytery, Vale Lane, West Acton W3 0DY

Parish Priest: Father Neil Reynolds

Tel:  020 8992 1308 


                                             Twenty- Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time –

                                                           12th September, 2021

                                  Mass Times:  Saturday 6pm.   Sunday: 8.45am. & 11.15am.

                                Confessions:  Saturday 9.45 – 10am. & 5.30 – 5.45pm.

Masses and Intentions for the week:

Saturday Mass 6pm.     The Catholic Education Service. 
SundayTwenty- Fourth Sunday in Ordinary TimeMass 8.45am.Private Intention. 
  Mass 11.15am.For the People. 
MondayFuneral MassMass 12.45pm.Stefano Oddi RIP. 
TuesdayThe Exaltation of the Holy CrossMass 8am.Ophelia Dias RIP. 
Wednesday NO MASSFather Neil’s Day Off. 
ThursdaySs. Cornelius, Pope & Cyprian, Bishop, MartyrsMass 8am.For all called to suffer for the Faith. 
Friday  S. Robert Bellarmine, Bishop & DoctorMass 10am.For the Sick. Day of abstinence ie the eating of meat is forbidden. 
SaturdayVotive of the Blessed Virgin MaryMass 9.15am.Private Intention. 
  Mass 6pm.Private Intention. 
SundayTwenty- Fifth Sunday in Ordinary TimeMass 8.45am.Odran Steed RIP. 
  Mass 11.15am.For the People. 

Please remember in your prayers: Sick:  Charlie Camilleri, Luisa Zinali, Conor Barry Keane, Tania Damianova, Vanessa, Peter Turner, Anne & Lucas James.

Recently dead:  Stefano Oddi RIP.  Our sincere condolences to Paolo, Rena and Marisa and all Stephano’s family and friends.  The Funeral Mass will be here on 13th September at 12.45pm.

SEPTEMBER IS THE MONTH OF THE HOLY CROSS:  During the month of September it is traditional to meditate upon Our Lord’s Cross and to compare His Cross to those of our own.  In fact, the Cross is our responsibility now for it is the only way for us to gain everlasting glory.  Indeed, the Cross of Christ is our redemption, our salvation; it leads us to the glory of the resurrection.  A short devotion in honour of the Holy Cross will be made after weekday Masses.

N.B.  With the lifting of all restrictions in church around capacity, social distancing and the wearing of face-coverings it has been decided that it is no longer necessary to use the booking system for Sunday Masses, however those with children enrolled in the First Holy Communion Programme are asked to continue to do so, as it provides a means for monitoring their Mass attendance. 

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION:  A reminder to parents that there is no children’s class this coming Tuesday 14th September.

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