wednesday of the sixth week of easter

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John 16:12-15

"Jesus said to his disciples

'when the Spirit of truth comes

he will lead you to the complete truth,

since he will not be speaking as from himself

but will say only what he has learnt'".

Next Live-Streamed Service

Seventh Sunday of Easter 

29th May

11:30 a.m.

Recently Deceased

Mr. Cecil D'Ancona

December 6th 1927

April 11th 2022

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about the Church in the "Catholic Universe"

Baby Loss Awareness

To remember bereaved parents, their families and friends

To commemorate the lives of babies who died during pregnancy, at or soon after birth and in infancy.

Mrs. Sheelagh Littlecott

March 30th 2022

July 3rd 1939

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Our altar is dedicated to baby loss awareness remembering bereaved parents, their families and friends, to commemorate the lives of babies who died during pregnancy, at or soon after birth and in infancy.

Candles are available at the altar:

"Lighting a candle is a prayer

When we are gone it stays alight,

Kindling in the hearts and minds of others

The prayer we have already offered,

For those who have died,

For ourselves,

And for those who are grieving.

 

Having been in contact with  a number of organisations you will find lots of material on the altar in the form of leaflets and contact information to signpost you, and it highlights bereavement support and services available for anyone affected by the death of a baby at any stage. 

 

THE MISCARRIAGE ASSOCIATION (www.themiscarriageassociation.org.uk)

Miscarriage is the most common kind of pregnancy loss, affecting around one in four pregnancies.

 

SANDS (Stillborn and Neonatal Death)  (www.sands.org.uk)

SANDS supports anyone who has been affected by the death of a baby before, during or shortly after birth.

Inspirational Words from the Community

A QUESTION OF IMMACULATE BIRTH
(Who knows how the breath comes to a mothers womb)
Ecclesiastes 11: 5

By Harvey Martin

introducing   

the catenian  association

The Catenians are an association of Catholic laymen who are committed to their Faith, their families, to those in need and to each other. Their primary purpose is to establish a network of friends, which enhances their family life,

strengthens their Faith and sustains them in difficult times.

They support each other, the Catholic Church, young people

and those in need. 

Their friendships are developed through meeting together

locally once a month and enjoying a varied programme

of social events together with their families and the

widows of Members.

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Local Contacts 

Denver Dias

Tel: 01344 845323 

David Arundale

Tel: 01344 628666 

The Local Circle is Ascot & Sunningdale and meets on the

first Monday of the month at the Berystede Hotel, Ascot.

Under Coronavirus restrictions, the meetings are suspended, and are being held via Zoom.

Orange Blossom

The Church of the Sacred Heart is served by  the Verona Fathers (Comboni Missionaries) within the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton. Our Church offers the liturgical, sacramental and  pastoral services that a Catholic might expect.

There is a Pastoral Team responsible for the organization of all the aspects of the Church in different ministries. 

We are fortunate enough to be able to provide good parking facilities; a hall and kitchen which are available for church-related activities; meeting rooms; toilets; access for the disabled; and a loop system for those with hearing difficulties.

The main house is home to a Community of Verona Fathers, one of whom, Fr. Julio  Ocaña, is charged with the pastoral care of all who attend Church here.