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Bishop Patrick McKinney was ordained tenth Bishop of Nottingham in St Barnabas’ Cathedral on Friday 3rd July 2015.

The Ordination Mass, began at 11.30 am, drew people from across the Diocese of Nottingham, together with civic leaders, representatives of other Christian churches, priests, deacons and religious sisters from the Diocese of Nottingham and the Archdiocese of Birmingham, where Bishop McKinney worked as a priest before his appointment as Bishop of Nottingham, and members of his family and friends.



Encyclical Letter


The Holy Father Pope Francis has now released his much anticipated Encyclical Letter Laudato si' On the Care of Our Common Home.


 Here are the links to download the document and also a useful 10-page PDF summary.



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Saint for the Day July 4th.

St. Elizabeth of Portugal. (1271-1336)

Born of the royal family of Aragon in 1271 she was given in marriage to the king of Portugal by whom she had two sons.  She distinguished herself as a peacemaker between the kings of Portugal, Castile and Aragon  When her husband died she gave her worldly goods to the poor and took the habit of the Third Order of St. Francis.  She was Canonised in 1625.

Quote for Today.

‘Judge not that ye be not judged.’


(Matthew 7 : 1)



Parish Weekly Newsletter

4 - 5 July 2015

Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

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We need a new Parish Administrative Assistant to replace Rachael who is moving on next month.

If you would be interested in this part time role please contact Father Anthony.

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God our Father, Shepherd and Guide, look with love on Francis, your servant, the pastor of your church. May his word and example continue to inspire and guide the Church and may he and all those entrusted to his care come to the joy of everlasting life. Amen.




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