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Corpus Christi (29th May)

Popularly known as Corpus Christi, today we celebrate the Feast of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ. It is a celebration of Christ’s greatest gift to us, his own Body and Blood which we receive in the Eucharist. Until recent times, there were two separate Feast Days, one for the body of Christ celebrated on the Thursday or Sunday after Trinity Sunday, and the other for the most Precious Blood of Jesus on 1st July. Today’s Gospel is St Luke’s account of the feeding of the five thousand. We are reminded of how Christ provides in abundance from the little we have to offer. Our greatest gift, the Eucharist, is something we should always value. It gives us nourishment to our lives and enables us to live like Christ, full of love and always ready to give.

10th Sunday of Year C (5th June)

Jesus brings back to life the only son of a widow in the town of Nain. This was a miracle witnessed by crowds of people, and as a result, the power and reputation of Jesus spread all over the countryside. We too have a duty to spread the word of Jesus all over Burnt Oak and beyond.

May Procession

This Sunday (29th May) we have our May Procession at 3.30. We start in the Church and then process to Our Lady’s grotto for the crowning of the statue, the Rosary and Devotions, and then process back to the church for Benediction. It is particularly appropriate to receive the blessing of the Eucharist on this Feast of Corpus Christi. After Benediction, there will be refreshments in the Parish Centre.

Mercy Mass

The next Mercy Mass will be on Friday 24th June when the Sacrament of the Sick will be administered. Please let others know of this special Mass.

Spirit In The City

(1-4 June 2016): Catholic festival of Mercy in the West End of London. Join the programme of prayer, talks, celebrations in Notre Dame de France and the all day festival in Leicester Square gardens on Saturday. For details visit: or T: 020 7440 2663

Misso Red Box

Your Red Box donations go towards supporting the work of the Church throughout the world, and the Mill Hill Missionaries’ work of evangelisation in 27 countries. If your Red Box hasn’t been emptied for a while, please bring your box back to the church between 4-12 June. Thank you.


The Parish Centre will be used as a polling station for voting on the referendum on Thursday 23rd June. As on the last polling day, we plan to keep the doors of the church open to encourage people to have a look at the church. It proved very worthwhile last time. If you would be available for an hour during the day to welcome people and hand leaflets, please put your name on the sheet on the table at the back of the church. Many thanks.

Deborah Lodge

Friday is the Feast of the Sacred Heart and there will be Mass at Deborah Lodge at 3pm.

Parish Council

The Parish Council meet on Thursday 9th June at 7.45pm in the presbytery.

The Passage

The Passage are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help in our kitchen during our breakfast and lunch services for homeless people. Duties will include serving food and drink, helping to prepare food, tidying and washing up. We are looking for regular weekly commitment, please get in touch or 0207 592 1863. Full details for these and other roles can be found on our website

Meeting for Readers

There will be a meeting for Parish Readers on Tuesday 28th June at 7.45pm in the church.

Meeting for Eucharistic Ministers

There will be a meeting for Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist on Wednesday 15th June in the church at 7.45pm.

RCIA Come & See

Do you know of anyone who is thinking of becoming a Catholic or a baptised Catholic who has not received the other Sacraments? If so, bring them along to a Come and See evening at 8pm on Tuesday 21st June in the Parish Centre.

Baptism Preparation

The next session for parents who wish to have their baby baptised will be on Sunday 10th July at 4pm in the Dominic Room in the Parish Centre. Application forms can be collected from the sacristy.


The 10th edition of Four:12's Family Quiz Night will be on Friday 17th of June 2016 in the Parish Hall. Doors open at 7pm. £6/adult & £3/child (under 16).

Book your places after weekend masses or by calling 07543 705135or email

Refreshments (fish & chips) will be served.

Hail Holy Queen

Hail Holy Queen, Mother of Mercy:

Hail, our life, our sweetness and our hope;

To thee do we cry, poor banished children of Eve;

To thee do we send up our sighs,

mourning and weeping in this vale of tears.

Turn then most gracious advocate,

thine eyes of mercy towards us; And after this our exile,

show unto us the blessed fruit of thy womb, Jesus.

O clement, O loving, O sweet Virgin Mary

House Masses

Fr Colin and Fr David are available to celebrate Mass in your home for your family and for those in your immediate neighbourhood. If you are interested, please have a word with us.

Principal’s Annual Charity Concert at St Dominic’s Sixth Form College

On Thursday – 16th June at 6.30pm

All proceeds to go to St Luke’s Hospice and Macmillan Cancer. Ticket price: £10.00

For tickets or more information, please contact Marie Middlemass / Tel 020 8422 8084

Watch This Space - J.D.S


(Remember the lady who couldn’t start her car, it wasn’t her car!)

A few moments later, she found her own car parked nearby. She transferred her bags to it and drove to the police station. The sergeant to whom she told the story could not stop laughing. He pointed to the other end of the counter where four pale men were reporting a carjacking by a mad elderly woman described as less than five feet tall, glasses, white hair and carrying a large hand gun. No charges were filed.


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