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ALAN JACOBI LVO 
R.I.P.

I was given the following link to the obituary in The Guardian for dear Alan who died
recently. I am pleased to share it with you -www.theguardian.com/stage/2020/may/20/alan-jacobi-obituary
29/5/20

 

 

 

Covid19 Notices from Father Brendan

 

24th April

ZOOM - I have been using Zoom to engage with parishioners while our church is closed. I am using it for less formal
occasions - both spiritual and social. For Mass the streaming service from our Cathedral is better. If you are
interested in Zoom then just email me to say so. If you don’t have my email address then you can send an email to
the parish webmaster at webmaster.stthomasmore@gmail.com

2nd April

ZOOM - I have been brought kicking and screaming into this modern age and am considering using Zoom to engage with parishioners while our church is closed. At the moment I am simply ‘testing the waters’ to see if anyone would be interested. If you are interested then just email me to say so. If you don’t have my email address then you can send an email to the parish webmaster at webmaster.stthomasmore@gmail.com

 

24th March

Dear Brothers & Sisters in Christ,

In order to protect the weaker members of our communities from the present virus, entry into our churches has been suspended.

Mass intentions will still be said but privately without a congregation.

Those who have arranged baptisms, weddings and funerals will be contacted by me directly.

The First Communion & Confirmation programmes are suspended. This applies not only to the classes but to the Masses themselves

The meeting of all parish groups is also suspended.

I am most sorry about this. However, the sooner the virus is isolated and eradicated the sooner we shall return to normal.

Although churches will not be open, we are all encouraged to pray at home. Indeed, we need to pray for those who are infected. We also need to pray for those who are feeling isolated, lonely and worried. Also, please keep in your prayers all the dedicated members of our NHS.

Thank you and God bless.

Yours in Christ,


Fr. Brendan


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