The Parish of Oxted&Warlingham The Diocese of Arundel & Brighton Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th October 2014 28th Sunday Ordinary Time Year A St Ambrose Church 2 Warren Park Warlingham CR6 9LD All Saints Church 12 Chichele Road Oxted RH8 0AG Parish Priest Fr. John Olliver [email protected] Personal Assistant Liz Braines [email protected] Hospital Chaplains If you or one of your relatives are being admitted to East Surrey Hospital, or are admitted in an emergency, please contact St Joseph’s Church, Redhill and inform the Hospital Chaplains: Tel: 01737 761017 For those being admitted to Croydon University (Mayday) Hospital, you should contact the Chaplain through the Ward Sister And for St George’s, please contact Fr Jonothan on 0208 725 3086 Newsletter articles by Wednesday 6 pm please to isabelle at [email protected] or by text on 07760 887562 Reg. Charity No 252878 www.dabnet.org Parish Office 01883 627762 Website:www.oxtedandwarlinghamparish.org Father John is in good spirits even joking with the nursing staff so definitely heading in the right direction. But getting fully better will be a longer process than he had anticipated and has a few setbacks on the way. He has confirmed that he still cannot accept visitors at the moment and would appreciate it if no-one sent or copied him into emails for now. He knows this is frustrating to those wishing him well, but will let us know when he feels a bit stronger. and getting back to normal. He thanks everyone for their wonderful cards and does ask that we continue to keep him in our prayers. In the meantime, we are extremely grateful to Fr Anthony Hale for agreeing to celebrate the Sunday masses for the next few weeks. At this weekend’s masses, there will be a special collection for the work of Missio. As you will know, Fr John was a missionary priest in East Africa for many years before becoming a parish priest. If you would like to see the work of Missio, please do visit the website. www.missio.org.uk If you need to arrange a baptism, marriage, funeral or would like to receive the Sacrament of the Sick or Reconciliation, please contact Liz Braines in the Parish Office. IMPORTANT: School Application forms - If you have a child wanting to attend one of the catholic or ecumencial primary (St Francis) or secondary schools (Coloma, St Philomena’s, St John Fisher, St Bede’s) please continue to put Father John Olliver as the Parish Priest on your application form. Attendance at Mass will need to be verified and then s signed by Fr Chris or Fr Aaron. Please note that some secondary schools are requiring the signed application form to be sent to the school by 24th October at the latest. Please contact Catherine at the Parish Office in the parish of the Nativity of Our Lord, to arrange for signatures. [email protected] 01737 761017 Mass Times and intentions Next Week Saturday 11th 5.30 pm All Saints Sunday 12th 9.00 am St Ambrose 11.00 am All Saints WEEKDAYS - NO MASSES Saturday 18th 5.30 pm All Saints Sunday 19th 9.00 am St Ambrose 11.00 am All Saints People of the Parish Dennis Martin RIP Glen Scott RIP People of the Parish Looking forward to 2015, our diocese or Arundel + Brighton celebrates its 50th anniversary. Coaches will be organised to take parishioners to the AMEX football stadium in Brighton on Sunday 5 July 2015-‐ so save the date. For more informaHon visit the diocesan website http://www.abdiocese.org.uk Date Prayer Massrequests Our prayers and support are asked for all those living with illness and infirmity, including: Fathers David Buckley, Fred Franklin, Robin Mountford, John Olliver, Tony Rogers, Dominic Rolls, Rob Taylerson, Deacon Stuart Geary and Sister Vera Harrison, Diane Bailey, Dee Barrett, Ken Belton, Malcolm Bowen, Robert Bridge, Bobbie Brookes, Mary Coll, Caroline Butler, Frank and Maisie Butler, Olwen Carpenter, Philip Chandler, Sally Chitty, Campbell Clark,Cindy, John Cosier, Brian Darwin, Edward Davies, John Davis, Jeremiah Dennehy, Joaquina De Souza, Gillian Dew, Peter Dew, Frank Dunnell, Una Eaton, Cynthia Elliot, John Findlay, Lorna Georgia, John Gilford,Theresa Fitzpatrick, Desmond Flynn, Joe and Brenda Gaffney, Paul Frederiksen, Paula Gibbons, John Gordon, Pat Hatcher, Anne & Michael Harewood, Catherine Hayward-Martin, Sylvia Hewett, Emily Howe, Mary Jack, Mary Kennedy, Mairead Kerr, James Duncan Kenny, Rowena Leslie, Kathryn Lewis, John Lloyd, Sean Madden, Ann O’Brien, Kathleen Parker, Gemma Parsons, John Payne, Ann Reid, Deirdre Rourke, Rita Saunders, Win Simmons, Valerie Stringer, Alison Sweeting,Audrey Wagner, Rowena Watts, Angela Wilson, Althea Woorich. Philip Panichelli’s funeral will be at St Ambrose on Monday 13th October at 1.30 pm followed by a burial at Greenlawns.. All prayer chain requests should be directed to Malcolm Bowen either by phone on 01883 346230 or email at [email protected] Quizzal Quizs Q2: Come and enjoy a quiz night with a diﬀerence on Sat. 15th Nov. at St Ambrose from 7 to 10pm with ﬁsh and chip supper and pay bar. Tickets only £10 -‐ on sale from next weekend onwards at both churches. The Armed Man – a Mass for Peace Saturday 8th November – 7.00pm Oxted United Reformed Church. On the eve of Remembrance Sunday, in the centenary year of the start of World War I, the combined choirs of Oxted and Limpsfield churches, conducted by Ann Osborn, will perform Karl Jenkins’ magnificent and moving cry for peace in the world, when “there shall be no more death, neither sorrow nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain.” The evening includes a performance of George Butterworth’s 6 Songs from “A Shropshire Lad” by Matthew Palmer (baritone) and Connie Luk (piano) and readings of poetry and prose by Tabitha Walsh & Daniel Walsh Tickets £12 (under 18s - £6) from Choir members or 01883 730406 ext 1 Proceeds to Amnesty International Death, Dying and Assisted Dying - An Open Forum: Network for medical practitioners, SUCADO, invite everyone working in healthcare to an open forum on death, dying & assisted dying. The panel will include Dr Victor Pace of Cicely Saunders Institute & St Christopher’s Hospice and Dr Joe O’Dwyer who will lead our discussions on Saturday 18th October from 9.30am to 12.30pm at DABCEC, 4 Southgate Drive, Crawley, RH10 6RP. To book a place, or for further information please contact Sue O’Brien at DABCEC [email protected] or telephone Lorraine on 01293 651163. Newman Circle - Advent Day of Recollection Saturday 29 November 9.30 am - 4 .00 pm The University Catholic Chaplaincy Newman House, 111 Gower St, WC1 E 6AR. Tickets £5 from Barry Riley 0208 998 5829. APF “Red Boxes” to be returned to St Ambrose please for the half-yearly count. Collections 4/5 October 2014 £300 Loose, £1,155 Gift Aided. Building Fund £136 CAFOD Fast Day - thank you for your support for the 'Make a place at your table' campaign, which has raised £533.66 so far. If you wish to contribute further, there are envelopes at the back of the church, which may be handed in with the collection. Thank you all for your generosity. PS If you are M.E. Sutch or know who that person is, could you please let Malcolm Young or Stuart Dennison know. At St Ambrose - the front pews have been adapted for use by wheelchair users. If not needed by a wheelchair user, this is a useful spot for those with push-chairs - but do remember to keep the aisle clear during communion. A wheelchair is available at each church for use by any parishioner to make it easier to get around for Mass or other Parish Events. Also, if you need to receive communion or a blessing where you are sitting at Mass please let one of the welcomers know in before Mass starts. There are also newsletters in large type format and large print versions of the Mass Sheet on Sundays. If you are visually-impaired, or have someone at home who could benefit from this, please do take one.
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