15th July 2018

14th Saturday First Mass of Sunday

6.00pm Noel Lehane RIP (Family).

15th Sunday Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary time (B)

8.00am Parish Family

9.00am Alie Hilaire RIP ( Moxam & Family)

11.00am T. Francis RIP (Lukose Family)

2.45pm Syro Malabar Catechesis and Mass

16th Monday OUR LADY OF MOUNT CARMEL

8.45am Morning Prayer

9.00am John M Ellul RIP (Charlie)

9.40am Rosary

17th Tuesday

8.45am Morning Prayer

9.00am Anthony Denmead RIP (Kitty O’Neill)

9.40am Rosary

18th Wednesday

12.30pm Fr. Gordon Cordey D/C said in Newham Hospital

NB 7.00pm Paddy McCloone

19th Thursday

8.45am Morning Prayer

9.00am James Enzeani RIP

9.40am Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Succor & Benediction

10.30am Funeral of Mary Wade RIP (Said in Wansted)

20th Friday

8.45am Morning Prayer

9.00am In Thanksgiving

9.40am Rosary

21st Saturday

NB 10.00am Peter Walsh RIP

During Mass we welcome into the Parish Family

Kerry Lynn Pereira Gomez & Milana Carter Concannon

21st Saturday First Mass of Sunday

6.00pm Anna Mary Joseph Anniv.

22nd Sunday Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary time (B)

8.00am Lowel FaJutag RIP (Patsy)

9.00am C P Thomas & James Augustine Anniv. (Family)

11.00am Parish Family

4.00pm Malayalam Mass

PARISH OF ST. MICHAEL

PARISH PRIESTS Fr. Bob Hamill, Fr. Francis Ward

Charity No. 234092 21 Tilbury Road

Issue 442 East Ham

14th July / 15th July 2018 London E6 6ED

For Private Circulation Only

Tel: 020 8472 2557/ Fax: 020 8586 2189

EMAIL: eastham@dioceseofbrentwood.org

Website : http://stmichaelse6.co.uk

FIFTEENTH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME (B)

Dear Parishioners,

We have arrived at Holiday time with our Schools closed until the first week of September. I have to say though that St. Angela’s School does not close until Tuesday of this week. We look back over the year and see that the Schools have been very successful and at St. Michael’s School it has been a wonderful experience being involved and seeing how the Children have developed. We had two wonderful evenings last week. On Tuesday we watched Year Six’s Play and they were absolutely tremendous. It was partly comedy and partly serious, and we had a great laugh at some of the activities. I did not realize how good they were. Their singing was beautiful, their acting was fantastic and we must say a huge thank you to them for such an entertaining evening. We thank also the Staff who prepared the children and guided them throughout the play. I could not help but admiring how the children remembered all the words that they had to say and sing. They have had such a busy few weeks with their ‘Sats’ exams, which were a great success, well done Year 6.Their visits to Oxford University their trip to St. John Bosco’s Camp, one wondered how they did it. It was a great success. Then we had the achievements evening on Thursday and again what an experience. The children were really great with the Concert before the Awards the acting and again how they remembered all the words. It shows that they were well prepared and again we say a huge thank you to the Staff of the School who I know worked very hard as they were bringing the Children into the Church each day before the concert to prepare them. I do hope that the children and their families will have a wonderful holiday and be ready for the next adventures in the new Academic Year in September. I also hope the Staff will enjoy their holidays and have a well-earned rest.

I also spent each day at St. Bonaventure’s School as they had a week’s Mission led by the Franciscans of Renewal on Monday and on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday by the Brentwood Diocesan Youth Mission. It was a lovely experience and I was able to say the Masses each day. What a lovely way to finish the Academic year. Friday we celebrated the great Feast of St. Bonaventure and the end of the 140 years of Education of St. Bonaventure’s School in Newham. Hopefully everyone will have a good holiday.

GOD BLESS, Bob

ACTIVITIES THIS WEEK

15th Sunday Communion to the Sick/ Housebound – 1.30pm

16th Monday Catholic Fellowship Executive meeting – 10.30am

House Blessing – 4.00pm

Meeting in Langdon Road – 8.00pm

17th Tuesday Leavers Mass in St. John’s School – 2.00pm

18th Wednesday Mass in Newham Hospital – 12.30pm

Mass – 7.00pm

19th Thursday Funeral at Our Lady of Lourdes, Wansted – 10.30am

20th Friday

21st Saturday Mass at 10.00am

Pilgrimage to Lourdes – 12.30pm

22nd Sunday Lourdes Pilgrimage – 1.30pm

Coming Events

S.V.P. meet, Wednesday 25th July

Return from Lourdes, Friday 27th July

Centenary Mass, Tilbury, Thursday 2nd August

House Blessing, Saturday 4th August

CF Bar-B-Q, Saturday 11th August

Assumption of Our Blessed Lady, Wednesday 15th August

300 CLUB: We thank everybody that supports the 300 Club. The draw for July will take place after 11.am Mass on Sunday.

GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation: Because of new data protection laws everyone whose name appears in the newsletter and rotas which are posted on notice boards must now give their written consent. In the coming weeks all Readers, Eucharistic Ministers and Volunteers of the Church, and any other groups, will have to fill in a form to comply with this regulation This weekend all Readers must take one of these forms, in .

SUMMER CAMP 2018!BOYS’ CAMP 8 -13 years old Girls’ Camp 9 -12 years old The SVP St John Bosco Camp provides an exciting, activity-packed week long overnight camping holiday in the Essex countryside. COST £145(Suggested donation) APPLY AT www.svpboscocamp.org.uk Twitter: @Boscocamp dates of camp Boys’ Camp Wk121 July – 28 July Boys’ Camp Wk2 28 July – 4 August Girls’ Camp4 Aug – 11 August. A part of the St Vincent de Paul Society (see poster on Notice board).

TRINITY CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL- , Mornington Road, Woodford Green, Essex. IG8 0TP Wishes to appoint School Chaplain – Part time – 24 hours . The successful applicant must be organised, flexible and computer literate.    We are committed to safeguarding children;  successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.  The ideal candidate should have relevant  experience or qualification (Catholic Certificate in Religious Studies) that suits a chaplain role in the Catholic Church.P lease visit the schools website for more details: http://fc.tchs.uk.net/Vacancies.shtml   020 8504 3419 x 170   sam_gillary@fc.tchs.uk.net

DOWRY TOUR preparing for the Rededication of England as the Dowry of Mary. The Slipper Chapel statue of Our Lady of Walsingham will visit every English Catholic Cathedral between 2018-2020. (See noticeboard for Brentwood Cathedral dates)

A BIBLE READING MARATHON WEEKEND from Friday 27th July 12 Noon – Saturday 28th July 12 Noon at NICC (Memorial Community Church Building), 395 Barking Road, Plaistow, E13 8AL. Contact Boomy Tokan 0793 2394 620 or Jennifer 0773 9788 36 (see noticeboard for more information)

PROPAGANDA FIDE SUMMON MISSION IN NEW YORK: Fr. Francis will be away from 16th July to 28th August.

VOCATIONS WEEKEND FOR OLDER MEN: Organised by Mgr Peter Verity, the Spiritual Director of the Beda College. For dates, please see noticeboard.

The weekend is run jointly by St. Beuno’s Spirituality Centre and the Beda College in Rome. It will take place at St. Beuno’s in North Wales from Friday 14th to Sunday 16th September 2018 (please see noticeboard).

CAFOD- Lent 2018 I would like to offer our thanks again for the parish Lenten appeal donation of £1,266.54. I am delighted to tell you that collectively our Lent donations 2018 from all sources exceed £4.2 million. This is truly wonderful because every Family Fast Day offering will be matched by the UK Government. We have planned projects to help 245,000 people in Zimbabwe, Zambia and Eritrea. This will mean that fewer parents will struggle to grow vegetables to help feed their families and more children will become healthier and more likely to attend school.During Lent, volunteers spoke in more than 750 parishes to encourage others and during the last year, over 240 volunteers have visited 1000 Catholic schools. The fruits of this faith witness are truly appreciated. Geoff O’Donoghue, from CAFOD, recently shared a ‘Thank you’ message from someone he met in Niger, who told him, “when the help arrived I knew I was not alone, we bless them and pray for them so that they know they are not alone”. 

14th Saturday First Mass of Sunday

6.00pm Noel Lehane RIP (Family).

15th Sunday Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary time (B)

8.00am Parish Family

9.00am Alie Hilaire RIP ( Moxam & Family)

11.00am T. Francis RIP (Lukose Family)

2.45pm Syro Malabar Catechesis and Mass

16th Monday OUR LADY OF MOUNT CARMEL

8.45am Morning Prayer

9.00am John M Ellul RIP (Charlie)

9.40am Rosary

17th Tuesday

8.45am Morning Prayer

9.00am Anthony Denmead RIP (Kitty O’Neill)

9.40am Rosary

18th Wednesday

12.30pm Fr. Gordon Cordey D/C said in Newham Hospital

NB 7.00pm Paddy McCloone

19th Thursday

8.45am Morning Prayer

9.00am James Enzeani RIP

9.40am Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Succor & Benediction

10.30am Funeral of Mary Wade RIP (Said in Wansted)

20th Friday

8.45am Morning Prayer

9.00am In Thanksgiving

9.40am Rosary

21st Saturday

NB 10.00am Peter Walsh RIP

During Mass we welcome into the Parish Family

Kerry Lynn Pereira Gomez & Milana Carter Concannon

21st Saturday First Mass of Sunday

6.00pm Anna Mary Joseph Anniv.

22nd Sunday Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary time (B)

8.00am Lowel FaJutag RIP (Patsy)

9.00am C P Thomas & James Augustine Anniv. (Family)

11.00am Parish Family

4.00pm Malayalam Mass

PARISH OF ST. MICHAEL

PARISH PRIESTS Fr. Bob Hamill, Fr. Francis Ward

Charity No. 234092 21 Tilbury Road

Issue 442 East Ham

14th July / 15th July 2018 London E6 6ED

For Private Circulation Only

Tel: 020 8472 2557/ Fax: 020 8586 2189

EMAIL: eastham@dioceseofbrentwood.org

Website : http://stmichaelse6.co.uk

FIFTEENTH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME (B)

Dear Parishioners,

We have arrived at Holiday time with our Schools closed until the first week of September. I have to say though that St. Angela’s School does not close until Tuesday of this week. We look back over the year and see that the Schools have been very successful and at St. Michael’s School it has been a wonderful experience being involved and seeing how the Children have developed. We had two wonderful evenings last week. On Tuesday we watched Year Six’s Play and they were absolutely tremendous. It was partly comedy and partly serious, and we had a great laugh at some of the activities. I did not realize how good they were. Their singing was beautiful, their acting was fantastic and we must say a huge thank you to them for such an entertaining evening. We thank also the Staff who prepared the children and guided them throughout the play. I could not help but admiring how the children remembered all the words that they had to say and sing. They have had such a busy few weeks with their ‘Sats’ exams, which were a great success, well done Year 6.Their visits to Oxford University their trip to St. John Bosco’s Camp, one wondered how they did it. It was a great success. Then we had the achievements evening on Thursday and again what an experience. The children were really great with the Concert before the Awards the acting and again how they remembered all the words. It shows that they were well prepared and again we say a huge thank you to the Staff of the School who I know worked very hard as they were bringing the Children into the Church each day before the concert to prepare them. I do hope that the children and their families will have a wonderful holiday and be ready for the next adventures in the new Academic Year in September. I also hope the Staff will enjoy their holidays and have a well-earned rest.

I also spent each day at St. Bonaventure’s School as they had a week’s Mission led by the Franciscans of Renewal on Monday and on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday by the Brentwood Diocesan Youth Mission. It was a lovely experience and I was able to say the Masses each day. What a lovely way to finish the Academic year. Friday we celebrated the great Feast of St. Bonaventure and the end of the 140 years of Education of St. Bonaventure’s School in Newham. Hopefully everyone will have a good holiday.

GOD BLESS, Bob

ACTIVITIES THIS WEEK

15th Sunday Communion to the Sick/ Housebound – 1.30pm

16th Monday Catholic Fellowship Executive meeting – 10.30am

House Blessing – 4.00pm

Meeting in Langdon Road – 8.00pm

17th Tuesday Leavers Mass in St. John’s School – 2.00pm

18th Wednesday Mass in Newham Hospital – 12.30pm

Mass – 7.00pm

19th Thursday Funeral at Our Lady of Lourdes, Wansted – 10.30am

20th Friday

21st Saturday Mass at 10.00am

Pilgrimage to Lourdes – 12.30pm

22nd Sunday Lourdes Pilgrimage – 1.30pm

Coming Events

S.V.P. meet, Wednesday 25th July

Return from Lourdes, Friday 27th July

Centenary Mass, Tilbury, Thursday 2nd August

House Blessing, Saturday 4th August

CF Bar-B-Q, Saturday 11th August

Assumption of Our Blessed Lady, Wednesday 15th August

300 CLUB: We thank everybody that supports the 300 Club. The draw for July will take place after 11.am Mass on Sunday.

GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation: Because of new data protection laws everyone whose name appears in the newsletter and rotas which are posted on notice boards must now give their written consent. In the coming weeks all Readers, Eucharistic Ministers and Volunteers of the Church, and any other groups, will have to fill in a form to comply with this regulation This weekend all Readers must take one of these forms, in .

SUMMER CAMP 2018!BOYS’ CAMP 8 -13 years old Girls’ Camp 9 -12 years old The SVP St John Bosco Camp provides an exciting, activity-packed week long overnight camping holiday in the Essex countryside. COST £145(Suggested donation) APPLY AT www.svpboscocamp.org.uk Twitter: @Boscocamp dates of camp Boys’ Camp Wk121 July – 28 July Boys’ Camp Wk2 28 July – 4 August Girls’ Camp4 Aug – 11 August. A part of the St Vincent de Paul Society (see poster on Notice board).

TRINITY CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL- , Mornington Road, Woodford Green, Essex. IG8 0TP Wishes to appoint School Chaplain – Part time – 24 hours . The successful applicant must be organised, flexible and computer literate.    We are committed to safeguarding children;  successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.  The ideal candidate should have relevant  experience or qualification (Catholic Certificate in Religious Studies) that suits a chaplain role in the Catholic Church.P lease visit the schools website for more details: http://fc.tchs.uk.net/Vacancies.shtml   020 8504 3419 x 170   sam_gillary@fc.tchs.uk.net

DOWRY TOUR preparing for the Rededication of England as the Dowry of Mary. The Slipper Chapel statue of Our Lady of Walsingham will visit every English Catholic Cathedral between 2018-2020. (See noticeboard for Brentwood Cathedral dates)

A BIBLE READING MARATHON WEEKEND from Friday 27th July 12 Noon – Saturday 28th July 12 Noon at NICC (Memorial Community Church Building), 395 Barking Road, Plaistow, E13 8AL. Contact Boomy Tokan 0793 2394 620 or Jennifer 0773 9788 36 (see noticeboard for more information)

PROPAGANDA FIDE SUMMON MISSION IN NEW YORK: Fr. Francis will be away from 16th July to 28th August.

VOCATIONS WEEKEND FOR OLDER MEN: Organised by Mgr Peter Verity, the Spiritual Director of the Beda College. For dates, please see noticeboard.

The weekend is run jointly by St. Beuno’s Spirituality Centre and the Beda College in Rome. It will take place at St. Beuno’s in North Wales from Friday 14th to Sunday 16th September 2018 (please see noticeboard).

CAFOD- Lent 2018 I would like to offer our thanks again for the parish Lenten appeal donation of £1,266.54. I am delighted to tell you that collectively our Lent donations 2018 from all sources exceed £4.2 million. This is truly wonderful because every Family Fast Day offering will be matched by the UK Government. We have planned projects to help 245,000 people in Zimbabwe, Zambia and Eritrea. This will mean that fewer parents will struggle to grow vegetables to help feed their families and more children will become healthier and more likely to attend school.During Lent, volunteers spoke in more than 750 parishes to encourage others and during the last year, over 240 volunteers have visited 1000 Catholic schools. The fruits of this faith witness are truly appreciated. Geoff O’Donoghue, from CAFOD, recently shared a ‘Thank you’ message from someone he met in Niger, who told him, “when the help arrived I knew I was not alone, we bless them and pray for them so that they know they are not alone”.