HeartStone: the parish of Sacred Heart & St John Stone, Ainsdale
Living the Love of Christ: everyone welcome, everyone matters, everyone involved.
Coronavirus Sept 2021:
OPENING UP TO THE LITURGY …
the housebound can request communion at their doorstep
Liturgy in church Saturday 5.30pm mass in Sacred Heart church
Sunday 10.30am mass in St John Stone church (and via zoom)
See Newsletter for weekday Liturgy.
Not everybody will be ready to return to church Mass-going, and there is still no obligation, so we’ll go steadily.
The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. Jesus appointed us as stewards over human goods and Divine graces, to use, not to abuse them. Help us to go out into the world, refreshed by your Spirit, to do what you have called us to do, in Jesus Christ our Lord, Amen.
Our Archdiocese decrees face coverings must continue to be worn in services, so please continue wearing face masks over the nose and mouth in church and the parish centre. Please respect others’ need for social distancing.
Parishioners wearing a mask during Mass may sing if they wish (hymn books not available yet), but if you are not wearing a mask you must not sing.
Please graciously continue observing the stewards’ instructions, which are for everyone’s safety. Your co-operation has been wonderful throughout the fast-changing and sometimes confusing regulations, thank you!
In faith and safekeeping, your Parish Vision Team: Steve Bousfield, Andrew Curtis, Monica Gannon, Chris Hawkhead, Anne Pickup, Valerie Stroud.
Catholics are still dispensed from their obligation to attend Sunday and Holy Day Masses
To participate in Zoom mass, see link in newsletter
- Live-streaming of Mass continue to be available from Metropolitan Cathedral’s Facebook page.
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