Today is Mothering Sunday and so we give thanks to God for our mothers and for all who are mothers in our community. May God bless you in your high calling, remembering that the greatest of the saints, Our Blessed Lady, was, like you, a mother and that through loving devotion to her calling attained to the heights of holiness. May Mary, the holy Mother of the Church, pray for us as we continue our journey through Lent.
|10.10.2021||Fr Hudsonís Care||There are booklets giving details of the work of the Fr Hudsonís Society, the Social Care Agency for our Archdiocese, together with pre-paid envelopes for donations at the back of the church. You can also find more information about their work with children and families, adults with complex needs, and community projects, on their website: www.fatherhudsons.org.uk, which includes a link to make your donation online.|
|10.10.2021||Local Coronavirus update||PLease click on the link to see an update from local Coronavirus Community Champion|
|12.10.2021||Mass time change on Tuesday||Please note that the Mass on Tuesday this week will be at 9.30 am to allow Fr Frank to attend the Deanery Clergy Meeting|
|17.10.2021||Wanted Ė singers!||After an 18-month hiatus, we are now looking to restart our choir so that we can begin to provide some of the music at Sunday Mass. This is a fantastic time to join us for the next chapter in the music ministry for our church. No previous experience is necessary, you donít need to be able to read music; all you need is to enjoy singing and be willing to attend regular choir practices after Sunday Mass. If you are interested, please contact Ian Clarke: firstname.lastname@example.org or 07976 731471.|
|17.10.2021||CAFOD||Congratulations to the people of BRG who managed to raise £471.00 for CAFOD - this is a splendid effort.|
|24.10.2021||The Coventry Circle of the Newman Association||The Coventry Circle is part of the Newman Association and our members are drawn mainly from Catholic parishes in Coventry, Warwickshire and Rugby. The national Association, founded in 1942, is inspired by Saint John Henry Newman and seeks to promote greater understanding of our Catholic faith in the contemporary world. The Circle has approaching 50 members. Each year we organise a series of talks with speakers on a theme related to theology, scripture, spirituality, pastoral life, Catholic culture and history, ecumenism or interfaith dialogue. We also strive to deepen our faith through Circle Masses, an annual Retreat, a reading group, ecumenical outreach and social activities. Click on the link to see the programme of lectures from September 2021 to May 2022. All are delivered on zoom at 7.30pm. In the future, as we emerge from the pandemic, it is envisaged that more of our talks will be delivered in a hybrid form, with some meeting in a physical venue and others zooming in. Contact details are included in the link.|
|24.10.2021||World Mission Sunday||Information available at the back of the Church this Sunday.|
|24.10.2021||Clocks go Back||Please note that the clocks go back next Sunday.|
|24.10.2021||All Souls||If you wish for your deceased loved ones to be prayed for by name in the Mass of All Souls please write their names on a piece of paper, enclose it in an envelope together with your offering and deposit the envelopes in the collection boxes at the back of church. Envelopes must be returned by next Sunday 31st October. I will offer the Mass for those named at the Mass on All Soulís Day, Tuesday 2nd November at 10.00 am.|
|31.10.2021||All Saints||Sunday 31st October is the Solemnity of All Saints|
|02.11.2021||All Souls||If you wish for your deceased loved ones to be prayed for by name in the Mass of All Souls and at Masses throughout the month of November please write their names on a piece of paper, enclose it in an envelope together with your offering and deposit the envelopes in the collection boxes at the back of church. I will offer the Mass for those named at the Mass on All Soulís Day, Tuesday 2nd November at 10.00 am. and at the Masses throughout November.|
|07.11.2021||First Holy Communion||Please keep in your prayers our twelve candidates who are preparing for First Holy Communion.|
|07.11.2021||Fake Emails||Please be aware that fake emails in the name of parish priests are being sent out to parishioners. Please feel free to contact me if you are in any doubt about any email purporting to be sent by me. Fr Frank|
|07.11.2021||Second Collection||There will be a second collection for the Johnson Association which looks after retired and infirm clergy.|
|07.11.2021||Lately Dead||PLease pray for the repose of the soul of Maureen Franklin, a helper for many years for HCPT The Pilgrimage Trust Group 83 and Group 524 (Hosanna House).|
|10.11.2021||Get Together||Good news! We are starting our parish Get-together again after a long break. Our first one is on Wednesday, November 10 in the parish meeting room at 10:30 a.m. Everyone is welcome to come along and enjoy tea, coffee, and cake and a chat. Everyone is welcome, so if you know of friends or neighbours who would like to come they are very welcome. If you do not have transport please contact Fran Lester (01676 530371) or Madeleine Peat (01676 532452).|
|10.11.2021||Invitation to gather, pray and socialise||An invitation to gather, pray and socialise 7.00pm Wednesday 10th November at St Francis of Assisi, Kenilworth. Everyone across the district is invited to an ecumenical service at St Francis of Assisi church, Kenilworth, CV8 1HL, followed by a light buffet in the adjacent Parish Centre. For catering purposes please confirm your attendance by 1st November on 01926 852163 or to email@example.com|
|15.11.2021||No Tuesday Mass||Fr Frank is away next week so there will not be a Mass this Tuesday.|
|21.11.2021||Month of Remembrance||If you wish for your deceased loved ones to be prayed for by name in the Masses throughout the month of November please write their names on a piece of paper, enclose it in an envelope together with your offering and deposit the envelopes in the tray beside the altar.|
|21.11.2021||Advent||Next Sunday is the First Sunday of Advent|
Adrian Stewart and Frank Clements, recently departed and for all those who mourn their passing. Their Requiem Masses will be held at Blessed Robert Grissold on Thursday and Friday of this week at 11.30 a.m.
The dedication for this week is for Delia Murray†and Diana Turner
A warm welcome to Father Ed O'Connell, a Columban Father, who will be presiding at the Mass today. Father Ed will also talk to us about the work he is doing with the poor in Lima, Peru. Our Parish have been helping Fr. Ed for 16 years with our Breakfasts and money from our Bottle.
The dedication for this week is for Jo Nijst
Please note that there is a Eucharistic Service at 10.00am on Tuesday and normal weekday Mass service is resumed on Wednesday 10th August with Mass at 7.00pm followed by Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and meditations until 8.00pm. There will be a 10.00am Mass on Thursday.
This Wednesday 3 August. We are off to Harvington Hall on a coach trip. Leaving BRG at 10 o'clock sharp!
We look forward to welcoming Fr Martin who will celebrate Mass here next Sunday.
The dedication for this week is for Jo Nijst
Whilst Fr. Frank is away the only celebration through the week will be a Eucharistic Service at 10.00am on Tuesday. Normal service will be resumed on Wednesday 10th August with Mass, followed by Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and meditations until 8.00pm. There will be no First Friday Mass in August
The dedication for this week is for Jo Nijst
We would like to thank those who donated the four consecration candles put up in the church. These are in memory of the following. Bridge and Perry family, Cotterill family, McLean family, Daniel Mark Lester and Amy Pullen
Father Frank is on holiday this week. There will be a Eucharistic Service at 10.00am on Tuesdays while he is away. There will be no Mass with the Anointing of the Sick in July and no First Friday Mass in August.
We pray for Eve and for her family, godparents and friends as they gather, after Mass today, for her Baptism.CAFOD Collection
Thank you so much for the generous CAFOD donations collected in the last two weeks. An exceptional total of £382 was raised and that is without the Gift Aid extra reimbursement which will make the final total well in excess of £400. Thank you especially to all who took the time to fill in their details
The dedication for this week is Richard Brennan
Thank you to Paul Ryan for his generous donation of time and materials in repairing the gulley in the car park. If anyone would like to talk to Paul about driveways, paving or landscaping please call him on 07831 386621
Please note that this week's Tuesday Mass is earlier than usual and will be at 9.30 am to allow Fr Frank to attend the monthly Deanery Meeting of clergy
The dedication for this week is Francis Clements
The meditations and instruction on prayer in the Christian spiritual life continue on Wednesday during exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
There is a serious food crisis in Ethiopia. Extreme weather shifts, part of the El Nino effect, mean severe drought has left millions of people in need of emergency food aid. 400,000 children are already suffering from malnutrition and we need to act now to prevent a far more terrible crisis. Please give to the collection today for CAFOD's emergency humanitarian response. And please pray for those who are suffering.