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28 August 2016

22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time 10:15am. Sung Mass at St. Peter's, Eastwood Home to the Southend Ordinariate Mission. Celebrant and preacher at 8:30am, 10:15am & 6pm Fr Bob White       Tu es Petrus...

Sunday 21st August 2016

21st Sunday in Ordinary Time 10:15am Sung Mass at St Peter's, Eastwood Home to the Southend Ordinariate Mission Celebrant Fr Antony Homer

Gateway to Life: Scott Hahn Reflects on the 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time Download Audio File
Isaiah 66:18-21
Psalm 117:1, 2
Hebrews 12:5-7, 11-13
Luke 13:22-30
Jesus doesn't answer the question put to Him in this Sunday’s Gospel. It profits us nothing to speculate on how many will be saved. What we need to know is what He tells us today—how to enter into salvation and how urgent it is to strive now, before the Master closes the door.
Jesus is "the narrow gate," the only way of salvation, the path by which all must travel to enter the kingdom of the Father (see John 14:6).
In Jesus, God has come—as He promises in this week’s First Reading - to gather nations of every language, to reveal to them His glory.
Eating and drinking with them, teaching in their streets, Jesus in the Gospel is slowly making His way to Jerusalem. There, Isa…

Sunday 14th August 2016

The Assumption of Our Lady Holy Day of Obligation transferred to Sunday 10:15am Sung Mass at St Peter's Eastwood
Celebrant Fr Antony Homer -  priest of the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham Said masses 8:30am and 18:00pm.

Sunday 7th August 2016

19th Sunday in Ordinary Time 10.15 am. Sung Concelebrated Mass at St. Peter's Catholic Church Eastwood Parish SS9 4BX Principal Celebrant Fr. Bob White      Faith of Our Fathers:Scott Hahn Reflects on the 19th Sunday in Ordinary Time Download Audio File Readings:
Wisdom 18:6-9
Psalm 33:1,12,18-22
Hebrews 11:1-2, 8-19
Luke 12:35-40
We are born of the faith of our fathers, descending from a great cloud of witnesses whose faith is attested to on every page of Scripture (see Hebrews 12:1). We have been made His people, chosen for His own inheritance, as we sing in this Sunday’s Psalm.
The Liturgy this week sings the praises of our fathers, recalling the defining moments in our "family history." In the Epistle, we remember the calling of Abraham; in the First Reading we relive the night of the Exodus and the summons of the holy children of Israel.
Our fathers, we are told, trusted in the Word of God, put their faith in His oaths, convinced that what He promised, He would do.
None of them l…