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The Parish of Our Lady of the Angels

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									                       The Parish of
                   Our Lady of the Angels
                           Coton Road, Nuneaton CV11 5UA
                            www.ourladyoftheangels.co.uk
                           Registered Charity Number 234216

Parish Team:
Parish Priest      Fr. Philip Harrop
                   Presbytery Tel: 024 76382139
                   Email: olanuneaton@aol.com

Deacons            Rev. Michael Skidmore      Tel: 024 76384406
                   Rev. Trevor Smith          Tel: 07967 706053
Presentation       Sr Teresa, Sr Thérèse & Sr Jacinta (in residence)
Sisters            129 Manor Court Road.
                   Tel: 024 76350615
Pastoral Assistant              Parish Secretary             Hall Bookings
Mrs Lianne Pap                  Mrs Eileen Smedley           Mrs Jean Skidmore
Email: liannepap@aol.com        (Thursday)                   024 76384406
(Tuesday & Friday)


                     Corpus Christi, 26th June 2011
                     Readings begin on Page 84 of the Parish Mass Book

Saturday 25th June         6.00pm: Mass ~ Private Intention
(Vigil)
Sunday 26th June           9.30am: Mass ~ George Jacobs RIP
                           11.00am: Mass ~ Joe Winters RIP (Ann)

Hymns for         6.00pm & 9.30am                             11.00am
                (with children’s liturgy)
Entrance            803                                         803
Offertory           659                                         604
Communion           661                                         633
Benediction                      see newssheet
Recessional         662                                         800


Baptisms - The Sacrament of Baptism is celebrated on Sundays.
All enquires please see Deacon Trevor after Mass on Sundays.
Readings for Corpus Christi.
First Reading         Exodus 24:3-8
The account of the covenant God makes with Moses and the people of Israel. The shedding
of blood has a finality about it, a seriousness. The people are sprinkled with the Blood of the
Covenant - a communion with God signified in blood.
Second Reading Hebrews 9:11-15
The blood used by Moses was the blood of a sacrificed animal - it is a symbol. And each
year, on the Day of Atonement, the High Priest would take the blood of a slaughtered beast
into the holy of Holies - also a symbol. Now, in Christ, the symbols, these figures, are ful-
filled. Christ is both high priest and sacrificed victim. He offers himself on the altar of the
cross.
Gospel                Mark 14:12-16, 22-26
St Mark’s account of the institution of the Eucharist. Christ institutes the eucharist in the
context of the preparation for the passover. That as the Passover lambs are being slaugh-
tered to remember Israel’s liberation from Egypt, so Christ is preparing for his sacrifice
which will liberate us from sin. The Mass is this very sacrifice offered sacramentally.

                                 Ordinary Time - Week 13
Monday 27th June                  9.30am: Mass ~ Tom Fleming RIP (Ann)
Feria                             5.00pm: Reception for Elizabeth Barbaro RIP
Tuesday 28th June                 10.15am: Requiem Mass for Eliabeth Barbaro RIP
St Irenaeus
Wednesday 29th June               9.30am: Mass ~ Alec Jackson RIP (B’day)(with St Joseph’s)
Solemnity of Ss Peter & Paul      11.00am: Mass ~ Pro Populo (with Our Lady’s)
                                  7.30pm: Mass ~ NCF Intentions
Thursday 30th June                9.30am: Mass ~ Peter Boyle RIP
Feria                             5.00pm: Reception for Maureen Moss RIP
Friday 1st July                   6.45am: Mass ~ Maureen Brown RIP
Solemnity of the                  12noon: Requiem Mass for Maureen Moss RIP
Sacred Heart of Jesus
Saturday 2nd July                 9.30am: Mass ~ Pro Populo
Immaculate Heart of Mary
                        Confessions 10.00 - 10.30am & 5.15 – 5.45pm
                                  6.00pm: Mass ~ Ray K
Sunday 3rd July                   9.30am: Mass ~ Ronald Baldock RIP (B’day)
Fourteenth Sunday of the Year     11.00am: Mass ~ Sarah Jephcote RIP
Today we celebrate the beautiful feast of Corpus Christi. Even though the observance of
the feast only comes from the 13th Century, it does have its roots on that Thursday that the
Lord instituted the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist. St Thomas Aquinas wrote in praise of
the Holy Sacrament in this special feast day: ‘O Sacred banquet, in which Christ is received,
the memory of His Passion is renewed, the mind is filled with grace, and a pledge of future
glory is given to us.’ To mark this feast we will go from the homily straight to the offertory,
and Mass today will end with a time of adoration and contemplation before the Blessed
Sacrament, followed by Benediction.
It’s also wonderful that such a beautiful feast is matched by a beautiful display of flowers
- thanks to all involved in working so hard.
Benediction -      Tantum ergo sacramentum veneremur cernui:
                   et antiquum documentum novo cedat ritui:
                   praestet fides supplementum sensuum defectui.
                   Genitori, genitoque laus et jubilation,
                   salus, honor, virtus quoque sit et benediction;
                   procedenti ab utroque compare sit laudation. Amen
            Priest: Panem de caelo praestitisti eis. (Alleluia)
         Response: Omne delectamentum in se habentem (Alleluia).
                  Deus, qui nobis sub sacramento mirabili,
                  passionis tuae memoriam reliquisti:
                  tribue, quaesumus, ita nos corporis
                  et sanguinis tui sacra mysteria venerari,
                  ut redemptionis tuae fructum in nobis iugiter sentiamus.
                  Qui vivis et regnas in saecula saeculorum Amen.

Help with pew shifting - back into church. This Saturday at 10am (immediately after
Mass). Many hands make light work!
Congratulations to Dr Pat Crosby on being appointed by Pope Benedict as a Dame of St
Sylvester. This is in token of her many years service to the Lourdes Pilgrimage as a doctor
and medical director.

The New Translation of the Roman Missal - the four presences of Christ
The Second Vatican Council reminded us of our ancient faith: Christ is always present in
his church, especially in its liturgical celebrations. So, each time we come to Mass we ex-
perience the presence of Christ in four different ways:
      1. Christ is present in the congregation - the people gathered together;
      2. Christ is present in the person of the priest;
      3. Christ is present in the Scriptures that we listen to during Mass;
      4. Christ is present in the bread and wine when it becomes Christ’s Body and Blood.
The more we are able to understand and join in the Mass, the more we will come to love it.
The new translation will help us to do that because the words we will now use will say
more clearly what our faith is teaching us.


                                  Let us pray to the Lord
Ordained - for the Rev Michael Glover, ordained Deacon yesterday.
For the Sick- Delia John, Robert McAfee, Christine Moore, Grace Cross, , Ray Langhor,
Kathleen Doyle, Nathan Nellany, Justin Shelley, Pearl Cairns & Danny Henderson.
For the departed - Maureen Moss & Elizabeth Barbaro who have died recently.
Mrs Barbaro’s Requiem Mass will be on Tuesday at 10.15am, & Miss Moss’s Requiem Mass
will be on Friday at Noon.
Anniversaries week ending 3rd July 2011
Parishioners: Sarah Grundy, Patrick Boswell, Louisa Owens, Patrick Devlin, Thomas Long,
Martin Cresswell, Keith Roberts, William Brown, Ellen Miller, James Burns, Patrick Healey,
Peter Boyle, Doreen Condon, Violet Ison, Duncan White, Michael Burdett & Margaret Grant.
Clergy Anniversaries: Rev John McMorrow, Rev William Shakespeare, Rev William O’Malley,
Mgr Patrick Corrigan & Canon Francis Dudley.
                                   Dates for your Diary
Week Beginning 27th June
Senior Social Group                       28th June, coach to Leamington Spa (details below)
Toddler Group                             28th June, 1pm-3pm                    Hall
Prayer Group                              29th June, 8.00pm                     Lounge
Help with the Mass for the sick           30th June, 10am                       Lounge
Guild of St Martha                        30th June, after Mass                 Church
St Dymphna Befriending Group              30th June, 7.30pm                     Lounge
Forthcoming Weeks
Presentation Associates Meeting           5th July, 7.30pm                       Convent
Mass for the sick & housebound            16th July                              Church


                                            Notices
The Nuneaton & District Mental Health Support Network has had a change of name
and shall be known as the St Dymphna Befriending Group. The group aims to support
anyone who experiences mental health difficulties and carers of people with mental health
difficulties. If you are interested in either volunteering with the group or being supported
by the group please email st.dymphnanun@yahoo.co.uk or phone 07930 232834.
The next meeting is this Thursday, 7.30pm in the Lounge.
Mass for the Sick - meeting on 30th June after Mass (10am) for anyone wishing to help
with the Mass on July 16th, followed by a meeting with the parish Pastoral Visiting Group.
There is a list at the back of church for people to sign up to help with the Mass.
Senior Social Group - are running a coach to Leamington Spa on 28th June, and there are
few seats available. Anyone interested in a nice day out should ring Eddie - 024 76341334
for more details.
Eucharistic Ministers - please collect your new rotas from the sacristy, many thanks.
This Wednesday is a holy day of obligation.
Nursery Places. There are places available for both the morning and afternoon sessions. If
your child was born between 1st September 2007 & 31st August 2008 they are entitled to
attend one of the sessions. Please call in at the Our Lady of the Angels school office for
more information.

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                             site will give a percentage of what you spend to the church at no
                             extra cost to you.


                             Non Gift Aid & Loose             Finances Week Ending 19/06/11
                  Gift Aid                           Total
                                                                   CAFOD          £32.75
 1st Collection   £452.25         £344.22           £796.47
                                                                    Piety         £70.00
  Fabric Fund     £283.58         £556.16           £859.74

								
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