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Here is a link to this week’s newsletter, which includes the reflection: 13th Sunday of Year C.pdf Newsletter Anything to share? Then write in the book in the porch or e-mail mcfarrell@btinternet.com  or pm the Facebook page.  The deadline is 10.00am on Thursdays. Coronavirus restrictions UPDATE: Please ensure that you pay attention to proper use of hand sanitisers, especially before using Holy Water. Face masks remain optional. Ordination: Well what an evening, my Ordination went so well, and to have so many family, friends and fellow parishioners there to join me was so nice. As I said on Monday I don’t want to say individual thank yous, just one great big One to all who helped in any way to make it the great success that it was, it meant so much to me that you were all there, because you have been part of my journey to the Diaconate. I will try my utmost to be an asset to my Parish Priest and to all of you, if I can help in any way, I will be there. Deacon Graeme. Solemnity of Ss Peter & Paul: Mass will be 9.00am in Huntly and 10.30am in Fochabers Sacrament of Reconciliation: Thursday morning before Mass, also available on request, just ask. Sick and Housebound: Our priests are very happy to visit the sick and the housebound members of our parish on request, so please let them know if you or anyone else wishes them to call in. Deacon Graeme will soon be contacting those sick & housebound that we know of to plan how Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist can help make visits more frequent in future. Teas & Coffees: in the hall after Sunday Mass. All welcome. Pluscarden Pilgrimage: Bishop Hugh has made a special request for as many people as possible to gather this year to mark the 10th World Meeting of Families, currently taking place in Rome. Please bring a picnic, and there will also be refreshments available from 12 noon, Adoration and Confessions from 1pm, and Mass will be at 3pm, followed by a Marian Procession, weather permitting. Annual Leave: Fr Peter’s leave has been extended to allow him to remain in Nigeria until his mother’s funeral services are completed in July. This obviously extends the period when Fr Kingsley has to do the work of two priests, and we are very grateful to him. Please be aware there may need to be alterations to the normal routine as priests are in short supply. Repository Shop: Ron & Christine Smith continue to run this quietly behind the scenes. If you need any religious items, please speak to Christine who can order them for you, and any profits will come to the Maintenance Fund. Finances: Thank you all again for your continued generosity and commitment to St Thomas’. The collection last week amounted to £193.   Prayer Group: Next meeting will be Mon 27th June 2022 at 7.00pm in the hall! Also on Zoom for those who wish to join us from afar. New additions always welcome! If you need the link, contact Ged. PRAYER FOR THE SICK & HOUSEBOUND AND ALL THOSE IN NEED Father in Heaven; grant them comfort in their suffering. When they are afraid, give them courage, When afflicted, give them patience, When dejected, afford them hope, And when alone, assure them of the support of your holy people.  We ask this through Christ our Lord.  Amen.
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© Lorem ipsum dolor sit Nulla in mollit pariatur in, est ut dolor eu eiusmod lorem 2013
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Here is a link to this week’s newsletter, which includes the reflection: 13th Sunday of Year C.pdf Newsletter Anything to share? Then write in the book in the porch or e-mail mcfarrell@btinternet.com or pm the Facebook page. The deadline is 10.00am on Thursdays. Coronavirus restrictions UPDATE: Please ensure that you pay attention to proper use of hand sanitisers, especially before using Holy Water. Face masks remain optional. Ordination: Well what an evening, my Ordination went so well, and to have so many family, friends and fellow parishioners there to join me was so nice. As I said on Monday I don’t want to say individual thank yous, just one great big One to all who helped in any way to make it the great success that it was, it meant so much to me that you were all there, because you have been part of my journey to the Diaconate. I will try my utmost to be an asset to my Parish Priest and to all of you, if I can help in any way, I will be there. Deacon Graeme. Solemnity of Ss Peter & Paul: Mass will be 9.00am in Huntly and 10.30am in Fochabers Sacrament of Reconciliation: Thursday morning before Mass, also available on request, just ask. Sick and Housebound: Our priests are very happy to visit the sick and the housebound members of our parish on request, so please let them know if you or anyone else wishes them to call in. Deacon Graeme will soon be contacting those sick & housebound that we know of to plan how Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist can help make visits more frequent in future. Teas & Coffees: in the hall after Sunday Mass. All welcome. Pluscarden Pilgrimage: Bishop Hugh has made a special request for as many people as possible to gather this year to mark the 10th World Meeting of Families, currently taking place in Rome. Please bring a picnic, and there will also be refreshments available from 12 noon, Adoration and Confessions from 1pm, and Mass will be at 3pm, followed by a Marian Procession, weather permitting. Annual Leave: Fr Peter’s leave has been extended to allow him to remain in Nigeria until his mother’s funeral services are completed in July. This obviously extends the period when Fr Kingsley has to do the work of two priests, and we are very grateful to him. Please be aware there may need to be alterations to the normal routine as priests are in short supply. Repository Shop: Ron & Christine Smith continue to run this quietly behind the scenes. If you need any religious items, please speak to Christine who can order them for you, and any profits will come to the Maintenance Fund. Finances: Thank you all again for your continued generosity and commitment to St Thomas’. The collection last week amounted to £193.   Prayer Group: Next meeting will be Mon 27th June 2022 at 7.00pm in the hall! Also on Zoom for those who wish to join us from afar. New additions always welcome! If you need the link, contact Ged. PRAYER FOR THE SICK & HOUSEBOUND AND ALL THOSE IN NEED Father in Heaven; grant them comfort in their suffering. When they are afraid, give them courage, When afflicted, give them patience, When dejected, afford them hope, And when alone, assure them of the support of your holy people.  We ask this through Christ our Lord.  Amen.