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Sunday 23 September 2018

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Twenty Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time HARVEST THANKSGIVING
Masses    8.30am    10.15am      6pm
Please bring Non-Perishable Grocery Items for the Homeless of our Town ______________________________
MONDAY 24th SEPTEMBER-THE SOLEMNITY OF OUR LADY OF WALSINGHAM SOLEMN MASS from DIVINE WORSHIP-THE MISSAL 7pm
Mass from the Ordinariate Missal-Divine Worship Thursday evening 7.30pm
17th  Sunday after Trinity
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St Peter's Catholic Church, Leigh on Sea  EASTWOOD PARISHHome to the Southend Ordinariate Mission
Servant of All: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary TimeDownload Audio File Christ Showing a Little Child as the Emblem of Heaven, Benjamin West, 1790 Readings:
Wisdom 2:12,17-20
Psalm 54:3-8

Sunday 16th September 2018

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Twenty Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Masses    8.30am    10.15am      6pm ______________________________
Mass from the Ordinariate Missal-Divine Worship Thursday evening 7.30pm
16th  Sunday after Trinity
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St Peter's Catholic Church, Leigh on Sea  EASTWOOD PARISHHome to the Southend Ordinariate Mission
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Following the Messiah: Scott Hahn Reflects on theTwenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary TimeDownload Audio File
Christ Taking Leave of the Apostles, Duccio, 1308-1311 Readings:
Isaiah 50:4-9
Psalm 116:1-68-9
James 2:14-18
Mark 8:27-35 In today’s Gospel, we reach a pivotal moment in our walk with the Lord. After weeks of listening to His words and witnessing His deeds, along with the disciples we’re asked to decide who Jesus
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Sunday 9th September 2018

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Twenty Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
Masses    8.30am    10.15am      6pm ______________________________
Mass from the Ordinariate Missal-Divine Worship Thursday evening 7.30pm
15th Sunday after Trinity
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St Peter's Catholic Church, Leigh on Sea  EASTWOOD PARISH

All Things Well: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary TimeDownload Audio File Christ Healing the Blind, El Greco, c. 1570 Readings:
Isaiah 35:4–7
Psalm 146:7–10
James 2:1–5
Mark 7:31–37 The incident in today’s Gospel is recorded only by Mark. The key line is what the crowd says at the end: “He has done all things well.” In the Greek, this echoes the creation story, recalling that God saw all the things he had done and declared them good (see

Sunday 2 September 2018

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Twenty Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
Masses    8.30am    10.15am      6pm ______________________________
Mass from the Ordinariate Missal-Divine Worship Thursday evening 7.30pm
14th Sunday after Trinity
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St Peter's Catholic Church, Leigh on Sea  EASTWOOD PARISH

Pure Religion: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary TimeDownload Audio File The Pharisees Question Jesus, James Tissot, 1886-1894 Readings:
Deuteronomy 4:1–2,6–8
Psalm 15:2–5
James 1:17–1821–2227
Mark 7:1–8,

Sunday 26 August 2018

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Twenty First Sunday in Ordinary Time
Masses    8.30am    10.15am      6pm ______________________________
Mass from the Ordinariate Missal-Divine Worship Thursday evening 7.30pm
13th Sunday after Trinity
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St Peter's Catholic Church, Leigh on Sea  EASTWOOD PARISH
A Choice to Make: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary TimeDownload Audio File The Last Supper, Dieric Bouts, 1464-1467 Readings:
Joshua 24:1-215-18
Psalm 34:2-316-23
Ephesians 5:21-32
John 6:60-69 This Sunday’s Mass readings conclude a four-week meditation on the Eucharist.

Sunday 19 August 2018

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Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Masses  8.30am    10.15am      6pm ______________________________
Mass from the Ordinariate Missal-Divine Worship Thursday evening 7.30pm
12th Sunday after Trinity
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St Peter's Catholic Church, Leigh on Sea                                                                           EASTWOOD PARISH

Wisdom’s Feast: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary TimeDownload Audio File Disputation of the Sacrament, Raphael, 1509-1520 Readings:
Proverbs 9:1–6
Psalm 34:2–310–15
Ephesians 5:15–20
John 6:51–58 The Wisdom of God has prepared a feast, we hear in today’s First Reading. We must become like children (see

Sunday 12 August 2018

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Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Masses  8.30am    10.15am      6pm ______________________________
Mass from the Ordinariate Missal-Divine Worship Tuesday evening 7.30pm
Vigil of the Assumption of the BVM
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St Peter's Catholic Church, Eastwood Parish-Leigh on Sea
Take and Eat: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary TimeDownload Audio File The Prophet Elijah in the Desert, Dieric Bouts, c.1465 Readings:
1 Kings 19:4-8
Psalm 34:2-9
Ephesians 4:30-5:2
John 6:41-51 Sometimes we feel like Elijah in today’s First Reading. We want to lie down and die, keenly aware of our failures—that we seem to be getting no better at doing what God wants of us. We can be tempted to despair, as the prophet was on his forty-day journey in the desert. We can be tempted to “murmur” against God, as the Israelites did during their forty years in the desert (see Exodus 16:27,