THE TWELFTH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME, YEAR B

(Pope Francis has declared that this be a year in which we honour St. Joseph)

Carved Image of the Death of St. Joseph which hangs in the Narthex of Holy Family Church.

You can find the prayer that Pope Francis has said each day for many years at

https://youtu.be/mKM6-qO3b9U

THE LINK FOR TODAY'S YOUTUBE MASS MAY BE FOUND HERE

Please find below two links to our new YouTube Service,  we have explained each link as below:

Number One

This is the live link for this Sunday’s mass  at  09.30 – just click on this and follow the link or copy and paste into your browser

https://youtu.be/cOVcpADEen8

Number Two

 This is if you want to set up reminders for yourselves of each week -  You can set this up and subscribe to the Channel- its free!

 The new “You Tube Channel” is called HolyFamilyChurchLive  with a link as below. 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWbKJuuB35bY6L87yYAcyGw

'Thank you for visiting our website. Please know that you are very welcome'

Fr Kevin O'Driscoll, Parish Priest

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HOLY FAMILY CHURCH 

Dear Parishioners of Holy Family and Friends

We are delighted to be celebrating Public Masses once again

Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday and Friday each week at 11.00 am

(Please keep an eye on the newsletter in case there are changes to these timings)

 We will Celebrate  a Vigil Mass on Saturday at 5.00 pm and on Sunday Morning at 9.30 am and 11.30am

The 9.30am Mass is our Webinar Mass which is livestreamed.

(At the moment there is no need to book places at our weekday or weekend Masses)

SLOUGH FOODBANK:   HELPING LOCAL PEOPLE IN CRISIS

WE ARE BEGINNING TO COLLECT AGAIN FOR FOODBANK.

Please bring your donations of non perishable foodstuffs when you come to Mass, visit the Church or leave at the presbytery door and we will ensure that all donations go to Slough Foodbank

Slough Foodbank's May Wish List is as follows:- Long-life milk, Tinned fruit, Tinned meat, Tinned vegetables (not sweetcorn), Long-life fruit juice, Long-life sponge puddings, Rice pudding, Tinned Spaghetti, Razors, Deodorant and Strong carrier bags,

As well as thanking us Slough Foodbank have written to say that 'due to generous donations, we are
overstocked and have 12 months’ supply of pasta and baked beans and therefore do not need these
items”.

PLEASE RETURN TO OUR WEBSITE OFTEN TO KEEP IN TOUCH WITH FR KEVIN AND YOUR PARISH

A special tea in commemoration of Fr Crawfurd who died on the 4th October 50 years ago. Fr Crawfurd was the First Parish Priest of Holy Family Parish.

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