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    All Saints

    All Saints All Saints’ Day, also known as All Hallows (or Hallowmas in Shakespeare) is the day when we commemorate all those – known and unknown – who have attained the beatific vision in Heaven. First Reading: in John the Divine’s vision of Heaven, he sees all the saints, innumerable and from every nation, worshipping…

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    The Thirtieth Sunday

    Thirtieth Sunday Mass Readings: Page 149 – 151 Order of Mass: Pages 7– 47 First Reading: Eucharistic Prayer III asks God to ‘gather to yourself all your children scattered throughout the earth’, and Eucharistic Prayer IV prays for those ‘gathered into one body by the Holy Spirit’.  This theme of gathering the scattered is taken…

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    The Twenty-ninth Sunday

    Twenty-ninth Sunday Mass Readings: Page 146 – 149 Order of Mass: Pages 7– 47 First Reading: Eucharistic Prayer III asks God to ‘gather to yourself all your children scattered throughout the earth’, and Eucharistic Prayer IV prays for those ‘gathered into one body by the Holy Spirit’.  This theme of gathering the scattered is taken…

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    Twenty-eighth Sunday

    Twenty-eighth Sunday Mass Readings: Page 143 – 146 Order of Mass: Pages 7– 47 First Reading: riches – and indeed health and beauty – are as nothing compared to Wisdom.  For Christians, Wisdom in the Old Testament refers to Jesus Christ.  Hence the great basilica in Constantinople (now Istanbul) ‘Hagia Sophia’ was dedicated to the…

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    Twenty-seventh Sunday

    Twenty-seventh Sunday Mass Readings: Page 140 – 143 Order of Mass: Pages 7– 47 First Reading: this reading is placed before the Gospel to remind us that marriage is not the creation of the Church or even of Jesus Christ.  Rather, “God himself is the author of marriage” (Gaudium et Spes § 48) Psalm:  this…

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    Twenty-fifth Sunday

    Twenty-fifth Sunday First Reading: a description of the ungodly and how they attack believers.  This resonates very strongly nowadays with frequent attacks in the mass media and elsewhere on Christians, Moslems and others who have religious beliefs. Psalm: a prayer for help from God when assailed by attacks from the ungodly . Second Reading: disunity…

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    Twenty-sixth Sunday

    Twenty-sixth Sunday First Reading: the parallels between Moses and Jesus are obvious; Jesus was consciously basing his ministry on that of Moses; in fact, Jesus is the new Moses.  Moses is an Egyptian name meaning ‘child of God’. Psalm: this reminds us that God’s law is perfect.  If we find ourselves at odds with God’s…

Mass Times

Saturday: 9:30am & 6:00pm
Sunday: 9:30am, 11:15am & 5:30pm Monday: 9:30am
Tuesday: 9:30am
Wednesday: 9:30am
Thursday: 9:30am
Friday: 9:30am

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St Anthony’s Primary School

St Anthony of Padua RC

Established in 1878, revived in 1927 & consecrated on 14th June 1950. We are a registered charity under the Archdiocese of Southwark with Parish Priest Father Sunith Nonis & Assistant Priest Father Stuart Meyer.

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