Archive for June, 2014

A Family Prayer

16Jun14

Prayer from St. John Paul II for families: Lord God, from You every family in Heaven and on earth takes its name. Father, You are love and life. Through Your Son, Jesus Christ, born of woman, and through the Holy Spirit, the fountain of divine charity, grant that every family on earth may become for […]


Inconvenience

16Jun14

The Daily Telegraph printed a story which reveals one of the most common reasons why women turn to abortion; convenience. One of the main reasons why The 1967 Abortion Act was passed was due to the difficult cases of a pregnancy in rape, incest and abortion to save the life of the mother. However in […]


The Answer

13Jun14

     



Here’s another reminder of how vital father’s are in the life of their children. Let’s celebrate dad’s this Father’s Day! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MLErNXIYjMg&feature=player_embedded#t=5  


“People say, ‘The price of genetic diseases is high. If these individuals could be eliminated early on, the savings would be enormous.’ It cannot be denied that the price of these diseases is high…, [b]ut we can assign a value to that price: It is precisely what society must pay to be fully human.” ~ […]


A good friend of ours and the prolife cause is giving a talk next week and we’d really like to support her. Please pass the information to friends and family.


St Antony

13Jun14

Today we celebrate the feast day of St Antony of Padua(1195? – 1231)  His shrine is a centre of pilgrimage, and he is also the patron saint of the lost and found.Saint Antony was first of all an Augustinian monk, but he was so impressed by the martyrdom of five Franciscans who had been spreading the […]


Prayers Please

10Jun14

Please pray for a 16 year old girl, Kathleen,  who we are helping at the moment who is pregnant and unsure what the next step is. Thank you.


  This month’s Prolife Mass is on Wednesday 18th June 2014 and we are pleased to say that Fr Stephen Bailey will be celebrating mass with us. As usual Exposition will start at 6.30pm til 7pm with the Rosary at 7pm and mass at 7.30pm Tea & coffee after mass in the hall downstairs.