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St Bede Parish is a vibrant, multi-
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The Grace of our Lord Jesus Christ
And the love of God
And the fellowship of The Holy Spirit
Be with us all evermore
We must never get tired of doing good, and then we shall get our harvest at the proper time. While we have the chance, we must do good to all, and especially to our brothers in the faith.
Galatians 6: 9-
A Thought for Today
What are we trying to do? We are trying to get to Heaven, all of us. We are trying to lead a good life. We are trying to talk about and write about the Sermon on the Mount, the Beatitudes, the social principles of the Church, and it is most astounding, the things that happen when you start trying to live this way.
The Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
Sunday 14th January
Confirmation Programme 2018
The confirmation programme begins Monday 22nd January
Once again it looks like the parish email has been hacked. Father Martin is aware of this. If you receive a request for money, bank details or any other request, please delete the email immediately.
You do not need to contact Father Martin if you receive one of these emails.
Thanks for your patience with this matter.
Sonny Condon RIP
The parish Community offers its prayerful condolences to Kath and her family
Reception at St. Bede on Sunday 28th January 1.00pm
Requiem Mass Monday 29th January at 11.00am
May he rest in peace
Maureen Payne RIP
The parish Community offers its prayerful condolences to Ray and his family
Reception at St. Bede Thursday 25th January at 5.00pm
Requiem Mass Friday 26th 11.00am
May she rest in peace
Fr. Joseph Farrell
The Parish Community is very grateful to Fr. Joseph
who celebrates Mass for us this weekend while Fr. Marin takes a short break
Essex Recusant Society
(Brentwood Diocesan Historical Society)
Next meeting: Saturday 27 January 2.30pm
The Grange, 93 Queens Road, Brentwood CM14 4EY
Speaker: Rev. Dr Ken Carleton
Topic: ‘Cardinal Pole and the Progress of the Catholic Reformation.’
All are welcome
The Medaille Trust
Vacancy: Diocesan Representatives to carry out the work of the Medaille Trust in Brentwood
This growing Catholic Charity is part of the Church’s fight against Modern Slavery, helping us raise awareness of Human Trafficking.
The Diocesan Representatives we seek will be completely sympathetic with the aims of The Trust, have good people skills, able to make presentations in schools and churches. The role involves people-
Our Christian Brothers and Sisters
In parts of the world suffer persecution and death for The Faith
They ask for our prayer, please do not forget them