Of your charity please pray for the repose of the soul of His late Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
There will be a sung Requiem Mass for His Royal Highness in our church at 6pm on Friday, 16th April.
May he rest in peace.
Please click here for a list of the Mass intentions for the week beginning, Saturday, 10th April.
Please click here for the list of Mass Intentions for the week beginning Saturday, 3rd April.
Please note that all spaces for the Easter Triduum and Masses on Easter Day have now been allocated. However, there will be broadcasts on our YouTube channel as follows:
Maundy Thursday: Solemn Mass of the Lord's Supper, 6pm
Good Friday: Solemn Liturgy of the Passion, 3pm
Holy Saturday: Paschal Vigil, 9pm
Easter Sunday: Holy Mass, 10.30am
Please click here to find all these livestreams, which will also be available afterwards.
The flowers are ready for our elite team of arrangers to deal with them on Maundy Thursday, and will be displayed in all their glory on Easter Sunday. Here they are waiting in the Upper Room:
Thank you to all those who generously contributed towards the cost of the Easter flowers.
It deals with Chapter 25 of Deuteronomy, covering the topics of impartial justice, levirate marriage, fair trading and the need to wipe out the name of Amalek.
There will be a short Easter break, after which Talking Heads will return in mid-April to cover the remaining chapters of the Pentateuch.
Mgr Boleslaw Zabludowski, a major figure in the life of the Catholic Church in York for over fifty years, died twenty years ago, on 25th March 2001. His obituary in the York Press can be read here. Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May he rest in peace.
Please click here for a list of the Mass intentions for the week beginning Saturday, 27th March.
In Chapter 24 of Deuteronomy Moses tells the Israelites to remember what the Lord did to Miriam on the way out of Egypt. This recalls the episode in the Book of Numbers when Aaron and Miriam spoke against their brother Moses and his Cushite wife, and Miriam was afflicted with leprosy as a result. It reminds us of the importance of only speaking well of others, and that we should avoid murmuring, carping, complaining, and gossip.