Messages from Fr. Tim

Father Tim keeps parishoners abreast of the day-to-day activities of the parish.
The page also includes links to the latest mass broadcasts.

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14/6/24

Dear Parishioners, here is the newsletter for this weekend. Fr Tim.

6/6/24

Dear Parishioners, here is the newsletter for this weekend. Fr Tim.

2/6/24

Dear Parishioners, here is the newsletter for this weekend. Fr Tim.

25/5/24

Dear Parishioners, here is the newsletter for this weekend – Fr Tim

18/5/24

Dear Parishioners, here is the newsletter for this weekend. Fr Tim.

20/4/24

Dear Parishioners, I attach the newsletter for this weekend. FR Tim

13/4/24

Dear Parishioners, here is an updated version of the Easter Newsletter. Happy Easter. FR Tim.

30/3/24

Dear Parishioners, here is the Easter newsletter. Fr Tim

24/3/24

Dear Parishioners, here is the newsletter for this weekend. Fr Tim

15/3/24

Dear Parishioners, here is the newsletter for this weekend.

Fr Tim

9/3/24

Dear Parishioners, here is the newsletter for this weekend, Fr Tim

2/1/24

Dear Parishioners, here is the newsletter for this weekend. FR Tim.

23/2/24

Dear Parishioners, here is the newsletter for this weekend.

Fr Tim.

17/2/24

Dear Parishioners, here is the newsletter for this weekend. FR Tim.

10/2/14

Sunday Mass 11 Feb

Dear Parishioners, Tomorrow’s Swanage mass has been live scheduled. Link above. Also the newsletter for this weekend.

Thank you. Fr Tim.

4/2/24

Parishioners, here is the link to Mass this morning . Fr Tim.

2/1/24

Dear Parishioners, the newsletter for this weekend is attached. It contains a Statement from the Bishops’ Conference released yesterday which we have been asked to make available. The news it contains, that Canon Christopher Whitehead’s Episcopal Ordination scheduled for 22nd February will not be going ahead has come as a shock to us all. This statement is all we have and there is no more information available. Please pray for our diocese and our administrator Canon Paul Cummings who must now continue in these difficult circumstances. Pray also for Fr Christopher at what is obviously a tough time for him.God bless you all. Fr Tim.

28/1/24

Dear Parishioners, here is the link to the mass this morning from Swanage. FR Tim.

27/1/24

Dear Parishioners, here is the newsletter for this weekend. Fr Tim

20/1/24

Dear Parishioners, here is this weekend’s newsletter. Fr Tim

13/1/24

Dear Parishioners, here is the newsletter for this weekend. Fr Tim.

7/1/24

Dear Parishioners, here is the link to the YouTube livestream of Mass from Swanage this morning.

Also the link to the website I mentioned in the homily. https://bethlehemstar.com/

Also a YouTube video about it  https://youtu.be/gqaj-Oo9Pgw?feature=shared

I hope you are having a nice weekend. Fr Tim

5/1/24

Dear Parishioners, here is the newsletter attached – it contains the sad news of the death of our parishioner from Wareham Dorothy Holden, who died last Tuesday. Her funeral Mass will be at St Edward’s on Friday 19th January at 1pm. May we all pray for the repose of her soul and for Brian and their family at this sad time.

FR Tim.

30/12/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the newsletter for this weekend – the Feast of the Holy Family. Fr Tim

24/12/23

Dear Parishioners, a couple of links to videos:

 

This is a Christmas message from our Bishop-elect Christopher:

https://vimeo.com/896311805

 

Mass from Wareham for the Fourth Sunday of Advent:

https://youtu.be/-_bsJDoLC00?feature=shared

 

A beautiful motet for today, Britten’s Hymn to the Virgin:

https://youtu.be/BQsv5W4KXpM?feature=shared

 

Of One that is so fair and bright, velut maris stella,
brighter than the day is light, parens et puella;
I cry to Thee to turn to me, Lady, pray thy Son for me, tam pia,
that I may come to thee, Maria.

 

All this world was forlorn, Eva peccatrice,
till our Lord was he born, de te genetrice:

with thy ave it went away, darkest night and comes the day, salutis.

The well springeth out of thee, virtutis.

 

Lady, flower of everything, rosa sine spina,

thou bare Jesu, heaven’s King, gratia divina.

Of all thou bares the prize, Lady, Queen of Paradise, electa;

maiden mild, Mother es effecta.

 

Fr Tim

16/12/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the newsletter for this weekend. It contains news of our new bishop. His correct title at this time is Bishop-elect Christopher Whitehead, and we will pray for him daily in the Eucharistic Prayer in this way until the time of his consecration.  Links below:

https://www.cbcew.org.uk/a-new-bishop-for-the-diocese-of-plymouth/

https://www.youtube.com/live/UfLf6re_cj4?feature=shared

https://www.plymouth-diocese.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2023/12/A-NEW-BISHOP-FOR-THE-DIOCESE-OF-PLYMOUTH-biography.pdf

https://email.workwithgusto.co.uk/t/t-CD47DF3402213B312540EF23F30FEDED

FR Tim

10/12/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the link to Mass from Swanage this morning.

Hark! A herald voice is calling!

Hark to the Advent voice!

Words we sing in our Advent hymns. Don’t let these Advent voices be drowned by the voices of the advertisers wanting us to prepare for Christmas in their way, rather than God’s way.

Prepare a way for the Lord, make his path straight. The voice of John the Baptist, who came to proclaim a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sins.
People listened to this voice, and they responded. Mark says that the people flocked to John the Baptist, asking for this baptism and forgiveness.

We, the people of the world today, we need to listen to this voice as well;  we need this liberation too. We need the Lord’s peace, and his consolation, we need forgiveness and salvation – we really are not OK, despite all the messages around us that persuade us that we are, or that we will be if we just buy this or that product, or we will be if we can just get that perfect Christmas experience from a shop or store.

St Mark reminds us that we need the real Christmas message, of Jesus Christ, the Son of God. This is the Good News. We need to hear this message for without Jesus we are not OK – we are as in need of forgiveness as were those first century Jews who came to John the Baptist.  Mark is saying to us – in Jesus we have liberation, he is the Son of God, the divine Messiah; this is the advent message for us today to prepare us for the coming of Jesus – we will never be ready for him if we feel we do not really need his salvation – we do need him, we need to be liberated by him.

This Advent message is summed up in the final prayer of the mass today, the post communion prayer, which says:

Teach us to judge wisely the things of earth

and hold firm to the things of heaven.

Fr Tim

8/12/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the newsletter for this weekend. Please note that we have a fault at the moment with the Broadband and Landline, so I am having to use a data connection for the internet. To contact Fr Tim, use the mobile number 07581068555. I don’t have a timescale for the repair, but it’s something to do with the Openreach network.

Fr Tim.

3/12/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the link to Mass from Swanage for this First Sunday of Advent. The theme of the gospel is Stay Awake. This is a spiritual message.

Be alert, watch out, be on your guard; and in a spiritual sense, that means: open yourselves to God and the Holy Spirit, be watchful in prayer, be faithful in worship.

Each of us is liable to doze off, spiritually speaking. The first sign of this is that we forget to pray – if we have not commended the day to God at its very beginning, then we are likely to be less alert to him during the day. Then we can be so busy and preoccupied with life that we forget to come to Mass – that is another sign that our spiritual lives are going downhill.

One of our modern hymns picks up the idea that’s there right at the end of the first reading today – the Lord is like a potter, and we are the clay, the work of his hand. “Abba Father, you are the potter, we are the clay, the work of your hands”, it says. So let us pray, in the words of that hymn that God will “mould us and fashion us into the image of Jesus his Son.” But he can only do it if we let him, if we allow ourselves to be like clay in his hands; so we must stay awake, be spiritually alert, and let Jesus take control of our lives.

https://youtu.be/7vPVk95lTsw

FR Tim.

2/12/34

Dear Parishioners, here is thenewsletter for this weekend. Fr Tim.

26/11/23

Dear Parishioners, Here is the link to this morning’s mass from Swanage for the Solemnity of Christ the King.

FR Tim

25/11/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the newsletter for this weekend. FR Tim.

12/11/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the link to the mass from Swanage this morning.

I quoted a passage from one of St Augustine’s sermons, sermon 43, on the gospel of the wise and foolish bridesmaids, today’s reading. It reminds us what we need to do to be ready for Christ when he comes again, how we should keep our souls in a state of readiness by means of that spiritual oil of love, prayer and faith, devotion and worship. He says:

“Watch with the heart, watch with faith, watch with love, watch with charity, watch with good works; make ready your lamps, make sure they do not go out; renew them with the inner oil of an upright conscience; then shall the Bridegroom enfold you in the embrace of his love and bring you into his banquet room, where your lamp can never be extinguished.”

Fr Tim

11/11/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the newsletter for this weekend. Fr Tim.

5/11/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the YouTube link to the mass from Swanage this morning.

FR Tim

4/11/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the newsletter for this weekend.

Fr Tim

1/11/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the link to the mass from Swanage for the Solemnity of all Saints. FR Tim.

https://youtu.be/vzYSw5IjZtw?feature=shared

Tomorrow is All Souls’ Day – Here is part of a reflection on this day by Susan Tassone:

Some view purgatory as a “punishment.” It is not. Purgatory is NOT a scary place. God loves us more than anybody else and more than anybody can!  It is His Love that cleanses and purifies us to be able to stand before His presence.  God is a God of unspeakable purity.  Because of our sin and selfishness, we need purification and healing.  It is the heavenly beauty of God that ravishes these souls, and they will not go before Him with the least stain.  Purgatory is a place of great restoration:  a place where our imperfections and faults are purified to reflect the radiant image of God.  This is a loving purgatory, a healing purgatory.  A beautiful sign of God’s love.  It is the masterpiece of His mercy. 

29/10/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the link to Mass today from Swanage.

FR Tim

https://youtu.be/vhJUKbcCIWs?feature=shared

21/10/23

Dear Parishioners, here is thenewsletter for this weekend. FR Tim.

14/10/23

Dear Parishioners, here, attached is the newsletter for thDear Parishioners, here is the newsletter for this weekend. FR Tim.is weekend.

FR Tim

08/10/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the YouTube link for Mass this morning from Wool. Fr Tim.

 17/9/23

Dear Parishioners, here is thelink to the YouTube Mass from Swanage this morning, Fr Tim

16/8/23

Dear Parishioners, here attached is the parish newsletter for this weekend. Fr Tim

10/9/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the link to the YouTube channel with this morning’s Mass from Swanage. Fr Tim

9/9/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the newsletter for this weekend. Fr Tim.

3/9/23

Dear Parishioners, for those wish to catch up on it, here is the link to the Mass this morning. I hope you are all having a nice Sunday in this warm weather.

FR Tim.

2/9/23

Dear Parishioners, here, attached, is the newsletter for this weekend. Fr Tim.

6/8/23

Dear Parishioners, here is thelink to the Swanage Mass this morning.

I mentioned Notre Dame des Neiges in the homily, here are two pictures. 

           

Fr Tim

4/8/23

Sorry that there was no attachment on my earlier attempt to send the newsletter, which is a bit daft since that was the whole point of the email! I will try and remember to attach it this time. Fr Tim

29/7/23

Dear Parihioners here is thenewsletter for this weekend. Fr Tim

23/7/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the link for Mass from Swanage this morning, also the newsletter – some have said they did not get it.

FR Tim.

27/7/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the newsletter for this weekend. Fr Tim

15/7/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the newsletter for this weekend. Hopefully I will remember to post it this week – apologies for last week’s failure to send it  – I was interrupted during the process, and then forgot to complete it. Sorry. Fr Tim.

9/7/23

Dear Parishioners, sorry but the newsletter was not sent, despite my attempt to do so on Friday – must have forgotten to click on send. So here it is. Also mass this morning from Swanage.

https://youtu.be/x_dWoJOCioY

Fr Tim.

1/7/23

Dear Parishioners, I have made a mistake in the newsletter. Friday Mass this week is at the school in Swanage not at the Church – at 9am. Parishioners are most welcome to attend this mass.

Apologies for this error, which was totally my fault.

I attach a corrected version of the newsletter.

FR Tim

30/6/23

Dear Parishioners, please find attached the newsletter for this weekend – it contains a notice about a monthly Holy Hour, starting tomorrow, Saturday 1st July at St Edward’s, Wareham.

It will start at 9am and will consists of adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and Morning Prayer of the Church. It will take place on the first Saturday of each month.

Also we celebrated SS Peter and Paul yesterday, so here is the link to Mass from Swanage: https://youtu.be/zvpqikLq-ZI

Also the Mass this morning, https://youtu.be/KxD-MQXeS9U

FR Tim.

23/6/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the link to the YouTube Mass this morning from Swanage.

I hope you are having a lovely Sunday.

Fr Tim.

15/6/23

re is the newsletter for this weekend, and also the link for the Mass this morning from Swanage for the Solemnity of St Edward the Martyr, Patron of both our parishes.

https://youtu.be/pPUrBPHVg_g

Happy Feast Day.

FR Tim

18/6/23

Dear Parishioners, sorry I forgot to sendthe newsletter around yesterday, and so I have attached it

Also, the link to Mass from Swanage this morning: https://youtu.be/YsoNOvx0IAY

Fr Tim

10/6/23

Dear Parishioners, Please find attached the newsletter for this weekend. In it, you will notice we now have a Safeguarding representative for OLQMSJ parish, who is Anthony Nott – I am very grateful to him for agreeing to take on the role. His first task will be to make sure that everyone who needs a DBS check has one. So if you have had a check in the past, and wish to continue in the role, then we need to know. So these roles are:  catechists and others who work with children, and Eucharistic ministers who go and visit the sick in their homes with Holy Communion. Eucharistic ministers who only minister at the altar and do not visit the sick do not need checking. So please can you let me or Tony Nott know if you are able to continue in your role, and the recheck will be arranged.

Many thanks,

Fr Tim

4/6/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the link to our Mass from Swanage this morning, for all our YouTube followers.

Also the live schedule link for Margaret Young’s funeral this Tuesday at Wareham at Noon.

https://www.youtube.com/live/LIjuY2NzcRg?feature=share

Fr Tim.

27/5/23

Dear Parishioners, please find attached the newsletter – sorry it is later than usual. May I wish you a joyful feast of Pentecost.

Fr Tim.

21/5/23

Dear Parishioners, I am forwarding an email from the diocese containing tributes to Bishop Christopher RIP.
Also the link toMass this morning from Swanage. Fr Tim.

19/5/23

Dear Parishioners, two newsletters for you today! One from Fr Paul Keys about the Synodal Way, and also our weekend parish newsletter.

Fr Tim.

14/5/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the link toMass today from Swanage.

Fr Tim

12/5/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the newsletter for this weekend.
Fr Tim

7/5/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the link to the mass this morning from Swanage.

Fr Tim

4/5/23

Dear Parishioners, here is thenewsletter for this weekend. It contains the sad news of the death of Margaret Young of Wareham. Please pray for the repose of her soul and for her family – may they know the Lord’s consoling presence at this time of bereavement.

Today is also the Feast of the English Martyrs, those who died for their Catholic faith in the 16th and 17th centuries. We ask their prayers, as we join the nation in celebrating the coronation. We give thanks that we, as Catholics in the reign of King Charles III, are now free to practice our faith without fear of arrest, imprisonment and death. May our country never have to endure such troubled times again.

Saint Cuthbert Mayne, Saint John Fisher, Saint Thomas More, Saint Richard Reynolds, blessed Martyrs of Chideock, pray for us and for the King.

Fr Tim.

30/4/23

Dear Parishioners, Here is the link to the Mass from Swanage this morning:  https://youtu.be/KmeV_KgyaXs

Also, in case anyone missed the information from the diocese about Vocations Sunday, it can be found here:

https://priesthoodplymouth.co.uk

FR Tim.

28/4/23

Dear Parishioners, here is thenewsletter for this weekend, and also the link to Friday mass celebrated this morning (the gospel and homily are about the teaching of Jesus on the Eucharist in John 6). Also the livestream address for the Sacred Heart Church in Exeter where Bishop Christopher’s Funeral will be held next Friday. (no Morning Mass in Swanage, but a special Mass for the Coronation will be celebrated in the evening at 7pm)

Sacred Heart livestream address: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqZLydKWQ6CqG2utRNBeKmA

Fr Tim

16/4/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the link to the YouTube recording of Mass for this Divine Mercy Sunday.

https://youtu.be/dtc1jg3tewk

Divine Mercy Sunday, since the year 2000 has been celebrated in the Church on this Second Sunday after Easter, at the end of the great Easter Octave, because the story of Holy Week and EASTER culminates in the scene we have in the gospel today – as the risen Lord Jesus Christ appears to his disciples, and says – whose sins you forgive, they are forgiven; the proclamation of the Divine mercy is the heart of the church’s message.

Eternal God, in whom mercy is endless and the treasury of compassion inexhaustible, look kindly upon us and increase Your mercy in us, that in difficult moments we might not despair nor become despondent, but with great confidence submit ourselves to Your holy will, which is Love and Mercy itself.

Through Christ our Lord. Amen.

9/4/23

Dear Parishioners, here are the Triduum liturgies that we managed to record. Sorry, no Good Friday liturgy, owing to a technical hitch. So here is the Holy Thursday Mass from Swanage : https://youtu.be/Gk4WIKv-neo

And the Easter Vigil from Wool :https://youtu.be/mh_-MLCOCR0

Happy Easter everyone.

FR Tim.

8/4/23

Dear Parishioners, Here is thenewsletter for Easter. Today is Holy Saturday. The Church’s instruction Paschale Solemnitatis explains what the church says about this day:

On Holy Saturday the Church is, as it were, at the Lord’s tomb, meditating on his passion and death, and on his descent into hell, and awaiting his resurrection with prayer and fasting. On this day the Church abstains strictly from the celebration of the sacrifice of the Mass. Holy Communion may only be given in the form of Viaticum.  The celebration of marriages is forbidden, as also the celebration of other sacraments, except those of Penance and the Anointing of the Sick. (73,75)

Sometimes this is called Easter Saturday, but that designation is more appropriately applied to the Saturday during the Octave of Easter, which is next Saturday.

Fr Tim.

2/4/23

Dear Parishioners, Here is the link to the Mass this morning from Wool, and to the recording of the reflection on the St Matthew Passion from the afternoon service at Swanage.

Mass https://youtu.be/htjjK0x5VGI

Reflection https://youtu.be/cwvxqQsS_SU

Please pray for the repose of the soul of Bishop Emeritus Christopher Budd, who died yesterday. He was our Bishop for 28 years. May he rest in peace and may the Lord reward his faithful ministry.

Fr Tim

1/4/23

Dear Parishioners, here is thenewsletter for this weekend, covering Holy Week and the Easter Triduum – please note all the changes in times – almost nothing is “as usual” during this greatest of weeks.

May I wish a fruitful celebration of the holy mysteries of our salvation.

FR Tim.

26/3/23

Dear Parishioners, this is the link to the YouTube upload of Mass from Swanage this morning.

https://youtu.be/tpFvFODqF4k

Fr Tim

25/3/23

Dear Parishioners, here is thenewsletter for this weekend. Fr Tim.

19/3/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the link to watch mass on YouTube from this morning at Swanage.

https://youtu.be/-aKX6odY1dg

On Wednesday there will be no Mass at Wool, but the Coffee/Cake/Sausage Roll social time is still going ahead from around 1030am.

Fr Tim.

18/3/23

Dear Parishioners, here is thenewsletter for the weekend. Please note that I am away all day on Wednesday so there will be NO  mass at Wool.

FR Tim.

12/3/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the link from the morning mass at Wool today.

https://youtu.be/SsYlw4xgLfE

Fr Tim.

11/3/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the newsletter for this weekend.

Fr Tim.

5/03/23

Dear Parishioners, here are some links from services this weekend:

Lent Talk with Vespers and Benediction at Wareham https://youtu.be/2Y85b78KenI

(This Lent talk will be given at Swanage this Saturday at 11am)

Sunday Mass at Wool https://youtu.be/E7SWsXTV4aA

FR Tim.

3/3/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the newsletter – please note the item about the return of the chalice, and my request for feedback, especially from Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion. If we were offer the Precious Blood of Christ on Holy Thursday, we would have to be careful how much is consecrated, so we need to know how many people would want to receive in both kinds. What do you all think? I attach the document about this from the Bishops’ Conference. The note about intinction applies only to priests at large celebrations such as the Chrism Mass, because the practice of self-intinction (taking the host yourself and dipping it in the chalice) is not allowed.

Thanks.

Fr Tim.

26/2/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the link to the Sunday Mass – this week it was the vigil mass at Wareham. Fr Tim.

25/2/23

Dear Parishioners, here is thenewsletter for this weekend. FR Tim

19/2/23

Dear Parishioners, Here is the link to the Mass today. A very challenging gospel, our last reading from the Sermon on the Mount, which began four weeks ago with the Beatitudes. It’s worth revisiting – read the whole of Matthew 5. Or you could listen on my YouTube channel (Canon Tim Lewis) or my Facebook Page (Purbeck Catholic Parishes). I am now getting very few views, which is disappointing.

Fr Tim.

18/2/23

Dear Parishioners, here, attached, is the newsletter for this weekend. Please note the change in mass times for Ash Wednesday. We had some very sad news yesterday – our dear parishioner Joyce Coleman died at home in Wareham. Please pray for the repose of her soul and for her family and friends at this sad time. RIP.

FR Tim.

11/2/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the newsletter for this weekend. Fr Tim

4/2/23

Dear Parishioners, please find attached the newsletter for this weekend. Fr Tim.

28/1/23

Dear Parishioners, here isthe newsletter. Hopefully I have remembered to attach it this week! FR Tim.

21/1/23

Dear Parishioners, here is thenewsletter for this weekend. Fr Tim.

15/1/23

Dear Parishioners, here is the link to the YouTube video of Mass this morning. Fr Tim: https://youtu.be/5EcpwiCZNx4

13/1/23

Dear Parishioners, here, attached is the newsletter for this weekend. Have a very nice weekend. Fr Tim.

7/1/23

Dear Parishioners, please find attached thenewsletter for this weekend.Also links to two Masses uploaded to YouTube:

Pope Benedict’s Requiem from Wareham:

https://youtu.be/f7ZvdkvGDjQ

The Epiphany from Swanage:

https://youtu.be/QSEUTBxXI_E

I hope you have a good weekend.

Fr Tim.

1/1/23

Dear Parishioners, here is a prayer for this repose of the soul of the late Pope emeritus, and also the link to Mass from Swanage this morning. Fr Tim

23/12/22

Dear Parishioners, here is the Christmas newsletter and an “e-greeting”. Fr Tim.

18/12/22

Dear Parishioners, here is the link to the Mass this morning.

https://youtu.be/AdGipV3PoF8

“A Virgin will conceive and bear a son, and will call his name Emmanuel, a name which means God-is-with-us.”

FR Tim

16/12/22

Dear Parishioners, here, attached, is the newsletter for this weekend, and also below is the link for the Mass this morning at Swanage.

https://youtu.be/VxdlmH6QOC0

Today is last day of the first part of Advent (to 16th December), we move tomorrow to the second part of Advent (17th-24th December), when we are reminded of how the story of the lives of the characters involved in the birth of Christ unfolded as the time drew near. So finally now, the Church allows us to look towards Christmas.

If there are any parishioners who cannot get to church at the moment and would like a confession/communion visit before Christmas, then please just let me know and I will come to you.

Fr Tim.

11/12/22

Dear Wool Parishioners, I am very sorry that I could not get over to Wool for Mass this morning. The roads were blocked between Swanage and Corfe owing to the bad weather. The snow came and made the roads treacherous, and impassable in places. They are open again now, but will freeze again overnight. So be careful. Advent Blessings, Fr Tim.

10/12/22

Dear Parishioners, here is thenewsletter for this weekend, Fr Tim.

2/12/22

Dear Parishioners, please find attached the newsletter for this weekend, which also contains information about events taking place during Advent, and the Christmas Mass times.

Also here is the link to the YouTube recording for the Mass from Wool yesterday evening. We were very few in number but still enjoyed a good celebration and social time afterwards. Thank to those who made all the arrangements, and to band for coming, so that we could have a Sung mass.

https://youtu.be/MiefKCytUZE

FR Tim.

 

iday Liturgy of the Passion, also the newsletter for next week, the Easter Octave. For Mass on Easter Sunday morning, there are still places available for the 8am Mass at Lulworth, but no spaces left at either Wareham or Swanage.

Swanage https://youtu.be/A629W04Tyvw

Wool https://youtu.be/iu3QsUPCIjI

FR Tim.