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Dec
28
Sat
Blessing of Families
Dec 28 – Dec 29 all-day

HolyFamily1There will be the blessing of families following each Mass this weekend, the Feast of the Holy Family.

If you and your family wish to receive a blessing, please approach the priest or deacon after Mass. If you are attending Mass alone, why not come and represent your absent family, or join in the blessing with friends.

All welcome.

Jan
1
Wed
New Year’s Mass
Jan 1 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

imagesThis year it is the turn of March parish to host our New Year’s Mass. We will celebrate the gift of a new year and the feast of Mary, Mother of God at 12 noon at Our Lady of Good Counsel & St Peter’s church.

We will include in our celebration a thank you to all our altar servers from both parishes and hope to welcome some new servers into the Guild of St Stephen.

Jan
5
Sun
Adoration for Epiphany
Jan 5 @ 10:15 am – 4:00 pm

imagesTo mark the Feast of Epiphany, March parish will be holding Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament from after Sunday morning Mass until 4.00pm.

Epiphany celebrates the arrival of the Magi at the stable in Bethlehem, where they kneel to adore their Lord and their King.

The Blessed Sacrament will be exposed on the high altar following our celebration of Mass to allow us, too, to kneel and adore him.

Adoration will conclude with Evening Prayer celebrated from 3.30pm followed by Benediction.

Please drop in during the day and spend some time with the Lord.

Jan
14
Tue
ABC: Images of Jesus
Jan 14 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

b_jesus_nazarethSpiritual writer Jock Dalrymple once said: ‘Christianity is an It, and Ism and a Him.” The Him of course is Jesus. Hilary Finlay helps us think more about our personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

ABC starts at 7.30pm in the Education Room (upstairs) of the Rosmini Centre next to the Catholic Church in Wisbech. All welcome.

Jan
18
Sat
March Events for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
Jan 18 – Jan 25 all-day

March parish are actively involved in the Week of Prayer. There is a full week of services and fellowship. You are invited to every event:

18th Jan: 9.00am March Evangelical Fellowship: breakfast and worship

19th Jan: 4.00pm Centenary Baptist: service

20th Jan: 12 noon St Mary’s, Westry: bread and soup lunch with prayer

21st Jan: 10.00am Powerhouse: tea scones and worship

22nd Jan: 10.00am St Peter’s: Breaking of bread

23rd Jan: 10.30am Trinity Methodist Church: Hymns, reflections and refreshments

24th Jan: 7.30pm Our Lady of Good Counsel and St Peter Catholic Church: Service with refreshments

25th Jan: 10.30am St Wendreda’s: Closing service and brunch

Jan
19
Sun
Pax Christi – Peace Sunday
Jan 19 all-day

Peace Sunday 2014 logoSunday 19 January is Peace Sunday and Pope Francis has chosen the theme of ‘Living as one family is the foundation and pathway to peace.’

See the Pax Christi website for more information.

Jan
21
Tue
Bookclub
Jan 21 @ 10:45 am – 11:45 am

Seeking_God_-_Esther_de_Waal_5231253The Wisbech parish Bookclub meets again on Tuesday 24th January 2014 at 10.45am in the presbytery following morning Mass.

This time we will be discussing Esther de Waal’s book, Seeking God: the Way of St Benedict. So get reading!

Everyone is welcome – even if you’ve not been to Bookclub before. Simply read the book, turn up and grab yourself a coffee and join in!

See Amazon for more details about the book.

ABC: Caring for the sick
Jan 21 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Let the sick be anointed with oil in the name of the Lord

Let the sick be anointed with oil in the name of the Lord

‘Are there any who are sick among you? Let them send for the elders of the church.’ So wrote St James in the New Testament.

This week at About Being Catholic Sr Leontine helps us think about why Catholicism gives priority to those who are sick.

ABC starts at 7.30pm in the upstairs room (Education Room) of the Rosmini Centre, next door to the Catholic Church in Wisbech. All welcome.

 

Jan
28
Tue
ABC: Baptism & Confirmation
Jan 28 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

ConfirmationThe centre of our Easter Liturgy is to be the baptism and confirmation of new Christians.  This year Wisbech parish will welcome four new members during the Easter Vigil.

Anita Neave gives us a practical insight into what’s involved.

ABC starts at 7.30pm in the Rosmini Centre, next door to the Catholic Church in Wisbech. All welcome.

 

Feb
2
Sun
Candlemas
Feb 2 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

candlemasThis year Candlemas falls on Sunday 2 February. March parish will be marking this day with a special celebration starting at 4.00pm, in addition to the morning’s Mass.

Candles will be blessed in the traditional manner and a period of Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament observed, before we celebrate Evening Prayer in the candle-light followed by Benediction.

All welcome.

 

Feb
4
Tue
ABC: One Lord – how many churches?
Feb 4 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Christ DividedA couple of weeks ago saw the various churches in our two towns coming together to pray for Christian unity.

Our new priest, Fr Paul Maddison, leads ABC this week in a reflection on why we remain divided.

ABC starts at 7.30pm in the Rosmini Centre next door to the Catholic Church in Wisbech. All welcome.

Feb
11
Tue
ABC: Catholics & Mary
Feb 11 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

mary595A topic that always gets those who aren’t Catholic curious: just what is all this stuff with Mary?

Our new priest, Fr Paul Maddison tries to give some answers, leading a session of ABC on the Catholic understanding of Mary the mother of Jesus.

ABC starts at 7.30pm in the Rosmini Centre, next door to the Catholic Church in Wisbech. All welcome.

 

Mar
7
Fri
Women’s World Day of Prayer
Mar 7 all-day

3503949.pngThis year’s Women’s World Day of Prayer takes the theme of ‘Streams in the Desert’ and has been put together by women from Egypt.

Women’s World Day of Prayer is a global and ecumenical movement of prayer, organised and led by Christian women who call both men and women from around the world to gather on the first Friday in March each year and join in common prayer.

The service is written by a different country each year and that country then becomes the focus of the world’s prayers on the day itself.

Given the different time zones around the world, it is expected that the first service of the day will take place on the Island of Samoa and the last service will take place on American Samoa.

This means that prayer ripples around the world over a period of 36 hours.

Wisbech parish will be joining Women’s World Day of Prayer in All Saints Church in Walsoken at 7.30pm.

Keep checking for details of where March parish will join these international celebrations.

Jun
21
Sat
First Holy Communion
Jun 21 – Jun 22 all-day

imagesFirst Holy Communion will be celebrated in both March & Wisbech at Masses on the Feast of Corpus Christi, Sunday 22 June.