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We will hold 40 hours of Eucharistic Adoration beginning with the evening Mass at on Wednesday 21 August and ending on Sunday 25 August. The object of this will be to pray for a renewal in our discipleship and ask the Lord’s blessing on our way forward.
The timings are as follows:
Wednesday 22: Mass of Exposition 6:10pm. Adoration until 10pm
Thursday 23, Friday 24: Adoration between 8am and 6pm (Masses as usual)
Saturday 25: Adoration between 10am and 6pm (Masses as usual)
Sunday 26: Adoration between 8am and 7pm (Masses as usual)
Please join us for this time of continuous prayer. There will be various opportunities to contribute to the success of this sacred time of preparation.
We invite you to join us for the celebrations of the Solemnity of St Dominic, as we ask the intercession of Our Holy Father in the 200th Year of our mission and our time of renewal. The principal event is the Solemn Mass at 12:30pm. In accordance with tradition, a Franciscan Friar will be the preacher, this year Father Martin Mikuskiewicz OFM Cap. This will be followed by a buffet celebration. There will be Solemn Vespers and Benediction at 6pm.
Brother Luke will be ordained to the Priesthood in St Dominic’s London by Archbishop Malcolm on Saturday 7 September 2019, together with Brother Toby Lees. A coach will depart from Holy Cross at 8:30am on the day. Please put your name down to attend, as we require a healthy number of people to show their support. Fr Luke will celebrate his First Mass on Monday 9 September at 6:00pm at Holy Cross.
Please note: An early notice gave the time of Fr Luke’s First Mass as 12.30pm but the correct time is 6.00pm on Monday 9 September.
The Frassati Young Adults group (for those aged 18-35) will meet on the following dates:
Saturday 25 January (Feast of the Conversion of St Paul)
11.00 Refreshments then Video
12.15 Benediction, then Mass
13.00 Lunch – Italian theme
Shrove Tuesday (25 February), 7.15pm: Pancake Party!
Details to follow.
Wednesday 4 March, 7.15pm: Christians in the Holy Land (public talk)
With Professor Robin Graham-Brown KC*HS. Details to follow.
Another cinema outing is being planned to see A Hidden Life, about the Catholic martyr Franz Jägerstätter.
To find out more or to be added to our mailing list, please email Fr Matthew (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Katherine (email@example.com).
Over the last few months, we have indicated the plans we are developing for a new pastoral centre here at Holy Cross – The Frassati Centre for Preaching and Evangelisation. This would seek to breathe new life into the original church buildings that we knew as the ‘Holy Cross Centre’. We’ve assembled £180k so far to develop these buildings, and we are seeking to embark on a major fundraising project as we look towards our bicentenary. There’ll be lots to talk about in the weeks ahead. Please come along to the events next weekend, 2nd March.
WHO IS BLESSED PIER GIORGIO FRASSATI? He’s the inspiration for our new initiative with developing our buildings and our apostolate, but who is he? He’s a lay Dominican, whose life was marked by living the Dominican Charism in his everyday life. He was deeply devoted to prayer and study, and he inspired great fellowship with his contemporaries, and devoted himself to the service of others, especially the most vulnerable members of the community. We look forward to getting to know him more closely as we develop our apostolate.
IMAGE OF BLESSED PIER GIORGIO FRASSATI We want to foster devotion to this Dominican Beatus. At 10:30am Mass next Sunday, 3rd March 2019, Fr Robert Gay, prior of our community in Oxford, will bless an image, as we prepare to enshrine Blessed Frassati in our church. Please do come along.
Holy Cross Catholic Primary School was founded by the Dominican Order here in Leicester in 1817. From 1824, it operated from the Old School House on Wellington Street; it is now situated on Stonesby Avenue in the Saffron Lane area of Leicester. If you would like a place for your child at this wonderful school, please contact the school office, tel: 0116 2833 135. Visitors are welcome; come and have a look around. Currently there are a few places left in the Nursery, Year 1, Year 2 and Year 3.
Head Teacher: Gail Neill
Chair of Governors: Fr. David Rocks O.P.
Please keep our school community in your prayers.
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