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The SVP Makes a Difference, What Our Conference Does!

 

President: Marie Woods

E-mail: mtwoods1@btinternet.com

Telephone: 07709601645

 

Together we can make a difference

 

The Saint Vincent de Paul Society (SVP) is part of an international voluntary network dedicated to tackling poverty in all its forms, by providing practical assistance to people in need.

What we do:

Our main work is visiting the elderly and housebound in their own homes or care homes.

 We take Holy Communion to them, if they so wish, enjoy conversation, and take time to listen

 A phone call is always appreciated too

 Locally, we provide material support where it is needed.

 We drive parishioners to Mass.

 We send financial aid to communities in India and Romania, as well as pay the university fees for a young woman who is studying to become a primary school teacher.

We could do more…. Would you like to help us?

Do you need help from the SVP?

Please contact Marie Woods, using the above telephone number or e-mail address.

SVP: Turning Concern into Action

 

 

How you can help the people of Ukraine, Cafod Message, please read below

There is a Holy Hour on Sunday 6th March 1500h – 1600h at St Josephs’s church for Prayers for an end to this war.

At the back of St Joseph, there are boxes to collect items for The Ukraine.

The Church will be open from 0900h -1700h.

Items needed.

• Baby and Toddler wipes
• Baby and Toddler Milk and Health care
• Children underwear
• Toothbrushes and Toothpaste
• Deodorants
• Kids toys
• Facial Tissue and Hand wipes

Cafod update on Ukraine

Cafod stands in solidarity with the Ukrainian people and sends our prayers to
our sister organization Caritas Ukraine, who are already assisting civilians
across the country who are affected by this conflict. As one Caritas, we stand
united with them.
We are calling for an urgent diplomatic solution and a lasting ceasefire to
prevent further suffering and to bring peace back to the region. There is now
a growing humanitarian crisis, and Caritas Ukraine – among other
humanitarian organisations – are on the frontline of the response.
As freezing temperatures continue, the plight of Ukrainian citizens will only
worsen. Any bombing of infrastructure across the country will only result in
further suffering of the Ukrainian people.
International humanitarian law must be adhered to, with schools, hospitals and civilians protected from s

Holy Spirit Prayer
“Spirit of the living God fall afresh on us, melt us, mold us, fill us, use us. Spirit of the living fall afresh on us.

Fr John P Beirne PP

4th March 2022

Ways to Communicate with Our Parish January 15th 2022

Ways to Communicate and Receive Information in St Joseph & St Clare Parish             

January 15th, 2022 

Parish Website Address

www.stjosephandstclare.co.uk 

Parish Email Address

parish.stjc@northamptondiocese.org .

(All communication from the parish will now be via this address

   And all communication should be addressed only to this address)

 

Streaming Link https://www.churchservices.tv/aylesbury

 

Parish Office Telephone Number

01296 48 36 29

Office hours 0900h – 1300h Tuesdays – Fridays.

Communication by Parish Landline.

The parish administrator, during the above office hours

Will be available to take calls and pass on messages to

Fr John who will then get back to you. 

 

Fr John’s Surgery/Saturday at St Joseph Church High St.

Should you wish to see Fr John in Person, you can come to the surgery on Saturday Mornings at St Joseph Church 1000h – 1130h.

Parish Newsletter

This is posted on the website weekly as Newsletters  and contains a lot of information on parish life

Canon John P Beirne PP  January 15th 2022.

Confirmation 2022 What needs to be done now 23rd December 2021

Dear Parents /Guardian

I hope you are all keeping well and safe.

Re Confirmation Application 2022

Thank you to all who returned all the necessary documents completed.

This was so helpful and necessary especially in the times we are in.

The team seeks to have all the paperwork in place before Registration evening on Thursday 13th January 2022

The meeting can then deal with the Sacramental preparation of the candidates.

Please note the following which needs to be addressed in regard to the documents mentioned below not returned.

1 Registration Document.

2 If you did not return a Registration form kindly d0  so ASAP. Drop it to Fr John via St Joseph’s Presbytery, white door letterbox entitled “Registration form” with Name of Candidate.

3 If you did not send in a copy of the candidate’s Baptism certificate, please do so ASAP  – as above. This is necessary.

4 If you did not send in the fee for the course, please do with all cheques payable to St Joseph and St Clare Parish.

Thank you for your cooperation in advance.

With every good wish for a safe and peaceful Christmas

If you have any queries please address Fr John on parish@sjcnorthamptondiocese.org.

In Christ

Canon John Beirne.

23rd December 2021.

 

Email Address Change of Parish of St Joseph and St Clare 14th December 2021

Dear Parishioner and Friends.

Please note the following regarding email address change in the light of enhanced cyber security.

New Email Address;  parish.stjc@northamptondiocese.org .

Our Diocese has given a directive that all the parishes of our Diocese must now comply with a certain email address format in the interest of cyber security. This will mean that only this new email address can be used for parish/diocesan communication. This becomes mandatory as and from January 1st, 2022.  All old email addresses will no longer be operative. A good practice is to start now using our new parish email address which means your communication will be viewed and responded to securely.

 All communication from our parish will  come to you now via this email address: parish.stjc@northamptondiocese.org .  Your cooperation here is appreciated in the interest of  us all. 

Canon John.

14th December 2021

Parish Upkeep, Ways of Giving Online and General

https://stjosephandstclare.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/Upkeep-of-Parish-Donations-and-Giving-1.pdf

First of all we are really grateful to all of you who already are giving in various ways to

enable our church continue and pay its way.

Like all homes the bills continually come in even when we can’t work.

The Church is very similar.

Fr John hopes to work with everyone to enable us play our part and get us through this time without going into deficit.

 

For more guidance click above on website address

 

 

 

 

Please check our latest newsletter for mass intentions and details of other services and events this week