Practices for First Holy Communion Masses will take place as follows, in every case from 18:00 to 19:30:
Wednesday 6 June (practice for Mass of 10 June)
Wednesday 13 June (practice for Mass of 17 June)
Wednesday 20 June (practice for Mass of 23 June)
New European Union General Data Protection Legislation comes into force on Friday 25 May 2018. This will have a great impact upon us all. We are obliged to know who has access to all personal information held in the parish, what information is held, and in which format/s. Many of you volunteer for the parish, or have done so in the past. Therefore you might keep personal information at home or work, in a file and/or on a PC, phone, laptop or other device.
Please let either me or the Parish Office know if this applies, or might apply, to you, so that I can inform you what as to what you may need to do, going forward. Thanks to all who have responded so far. Members of the clergy and the PPC, the Parish Secretary and our MC, have attended training sessions on GDPR. Things will become clearer over the next few weeks. The Archbishop encourages us all to help implement these changes, and I thank you in advance for your co-operation. Severe penalties may be imposed for non-compliance.
For the first time in many years, we shall be holding a Corpus Christ Procession on the day of this great Solemnity, Sunday 3 June 2018.
We shall meet at the entrance to Norbury Park, outside the old police station, ready to set off at 14:00. We intend to walk up the pathway towards Harefield Road, where we shall hold Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Please do try to come along and take part in this wonderful, public demonstration of and witness to our Catholic Faith.
Free parking is usually available in the nearby car park off Granville Gardens. The usual 16:00 Benediction in the church itself will be cancelled to allow for this procession to take place.
Masses will be at 07:30, 10:00 and 20:00
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