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December 2019

Christmas Service Times

December 24, 2019 - December 25, 2019

  Christmas Service Times St. Hugh’s St. Joseph’s Christmas Eve 5.00pm, Chidren’s  Mass 5.30pm, Children’s Mass 10.30pm, Carols 11.30pm, Carols 11.00pm, Midnight Mass 12.00am, Midnight Mass Christmas Day 9.45am,  Mass of Christmas day 8.00am,  Mass 11.15am Mass Note: No Mass at 5.30pm Reconciliation service at St. Joseph’s Wednesday, 18th December at 7.00pm  

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Joint Anglican/Catholic Carol Service at Croxton

December 22, 2019 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
St James' Church,
Croxton, United Kingdom
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Joint Roman Catholic/Anglican Carol Service will take place at St James’ Church, Croxton, at 3.00pm on Sunday 22nd December. Parishioners are invited to attend.

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Two From Galilee Advent Reflection

December 15, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
St Hugh's,
Buckden
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During the weeks before Christmas, it is so easy to get “caught up” in the frantic preparations and “peace on earth” seems so far away. So PLEASE, spare about an hour to come and sit in peace and quiet in front of a candlelit crib and listen to the story of the Nativity as you have never heard it told before. Tender words and gentle music and time for contemplation. In the quiet St Claret Chapel. PLEASE come, you will…

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November 2019

CWL Meeting

November 18, 2019 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Claret Centre

Members are asked to bring or discuss a favourite film or DVD they have enjoyed recently. It is hoped to show a short video during the meeting.

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Annual Parish Masses of Remembrance

November 17, 2019

On Sunday, 17th November 2019, at all the Masses, there will be a special remembrance of parishioners, especially those parishioners who have passed away in the previous 12 months. Their names will be read out at all the Masses, and they will be prayed for. We invite their family and friends to gather to remember them.

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