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THE CHURCH OF THE HOLY FAMILY

The Presbytery, Vale Lane, West Acton W3 0DY
Parish Priest: Father Neil Reynolds
Tel: 020 8992 1308
Email: actonwest@rcdow.org.uk

Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time – 17th November, 2019

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. NDL.
Sunday Thirty- Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
Mass 8.45am. For the Poor.
Mass 11.15am. For the People.

Monday The Dedication of the Basilicas of Ss. Peter & Paul, Apostles Mass 8am. For the Cardinal Archbishop’s intentions.
Tuesday Requiem Mass 8am. NDL.
Wednesday NO MASS Father Neil’s Day Off.
Thursday The Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Mass 8am. Kathleen Sweeney RIP.
Friday S. Cecilia, Virgin Martyr Mass 10am. Our School.
Day of abstinence ie the eating of meat is forbidden.
Saturday S. Clement I, Pope & Martyr Mass 9.15am. The Holy Father’s intentions.

Mass 6pm. Private Intetion.
Sunday Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe
Mass 8.45am. The Youth of our Parish.
Mass 11.15am For the People.

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

NOVEMBER IS THE MONTH OF THE HOLY SOULS: When we pray for the quick and merciful release and happy repose in Heaven of the Holy Souls in that state of purification that Holy Mother Church calls Purgatory. Envelopes for monies and lists of departed to be remembered are in a basket on the table at the back of the Church. Lists will then be put in a folder and placed in the Sanctuary and the names remembered collectively at N.D.L. Masses during the month. In addition the “De Profundis” will be recited after all weekday Masses.

ALTAR SERVER TRAINING: Will take place in Church over two consecutive Saturdays, namely NEXT SATURDAY 23rd and then 30th November, 2019 from 10.30am. and will last no longer than an hour. Attendance at both sessions is imperative.

THIS WEEKEND: Mary’s Meals wants your sacks of unwanted clothing and bedding (no duvets or pillows please) and will be at our church until 11.15am. THIS Sunday 17th November to collect them all. Amazingly 4 full black sacks of good quality clothing will feed a child one good nutritious meal every school day for a whole year! Mary’s Meals is a charity that
sets up school feeding programmes in communities where poverty and hunger prevent children from gaining an education.

ANNUAL SCHOOL AND PARISH BAZAAR: Is to be held in the Church Hall and School on Saturday 7th December, 2019 from 1pm – 4pm. Please see the List pinned to the Repository window, regarding volunteers to staff stalls. Also required: tombola prizes particularly bottles; cakes; unused gifts; toiletries; “brick-a- brack;” toys; books and good quality items. Also top quality luxury items for the Hamper raffle, and help, before, during and after. Items can be dropped off after Masses from next weekend 23rd/24th and the following weekend 30th November/1st December and Friday 6th and during the morning 7thDecember. Raffle tickets should be available next weekend. Please take books to sell and return any unused books for sale at the Bazaar.

“Advent Giving Calendar:” This Sunday is the World Day of the Poor, to mark this Caritas Westminster are asking you to take a calendar home with you and collect the suggested items on the calendar throughout Advent and distribute them to a local food poverty project or foodbank in time for Christmas.

CAFOD Memorial Mass: You are warmly invited to this annual Mass, in memory of all Supporters and Volunteers, at the Church of Christ the King, 29 Bramley Road, Oakwood, London N14 4HE at 11am on Wednesday 20 November followed by refreshments in the Parish Centre. If you would like someone to be included in the Book of Remembrance, please send us their name by calling CAFOD Westminster on 020 8449 6970 or emailing westminster@cafod.org.uk Also, the CAFOD World Gift Catalogues are available from the table at the back of Church.

PARISH CHRISTMAS CAROL SERVICE: Sunday 15th December, 2019 at 4pm. Followed by refreshments. This was a great success last year and promises to be even better this year, so please give it your support. The choirs from Holy Family School, and our Iraqi Community will be singing.