LECTIO: The Lectio sessions (where some members of the parish meet up on Zoom to read and reflect on the Gospel for the coming Sunday) have moved to Wednesdays during Lent, 7-7:30pm. They will be on 3, 10, 17 & 24 March. The focus will be on looking at, and reflecting on, some of the key Gospels and characters relating to the Passion. If you would like to take part and receive the Zoom invitations, please e-mail Catherine at: firstname.lastname@example.org
SPIRITUAL COMMUNION PRAYER
My Jesus, I believe that you are present in the Most Blessed Sacrament. I love you above all things and I desire to have you in my soul. Since I cannot now receive you sacramentally come, at least, spiritually into my heart. I embrace you as having already come and I unite myself and entirely to you. Never let me be separated from you.
A notice from the SVP
The SVP may be able to help for example with food vouchers, provision of school uniform etc, or practical things like shopping. If you think we may be able to help please call Pete on 07956092975.
'Nothing afflicts the heart of Jesus so much as to see all His sufferings of no avail to so many'
St Jean Baptiste Marie Vianney (1786-1859)
MASS TIMES AT ST VINCENT'S SHEFFIELD
SUNDAY: 9.30am and 6 pm
MONDAY: On the First Monday of every month and Bank Holidays, Mass for the Dead of St Michael's cemetery is said, while restrictions last, at St Vincent's, Pickmere Road, S10 1GY at 10.30am.
FRIDAY: 9.30am except First Friday of month when it is at 7.00pm
This is a street view of the New 'state of the art' St Vincent's Mission Hub at Solly Street. It houses the University Chaplaincy and is also used as a Diocesan outreach Centre for youth evangelisation. It even boasts of a chic Italian Cafe serving an array of coffees and tasty light bites. It originally was the Victorian boys school which was opened in the 1860's shortly after the Vincentian Order arrived in the city to establish the parish. Mass is once more being said in it's original habitat of Solly Street after a lapse of twenty-four years. Long may it remain that way. The old St Vincent's Church, after extensive renovation in 2018, retains many of its erstwhile features and is now a hub for the vast number of students living in the adjoining newly build flats. The place is utterly transformed. Fr Paddy