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Updated weekly (Sunday 19 September 2021):

25th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)  “Servants of each other”

The true message of Jesus is shown in the Gospel when Jesus tells us that if anyone wishes to be first, he must make himself last of all and servant of all.  This is hardly the message the world wants to hear but as we see violence and greed everywhere, it is a message the world needs to hear.


This Sunday’s Liturgy (19 September 2021):

View Readings-(Universalis)….Reflection-(Sunday Plus)….Sermon(Homily)….Hymns (below)

  I the Lord of sea and sky (Here I am Lord)   Servant King
  Brother, Sister let me serve you   Taize:  In the Lord I’ll be ever thankful


Services at StP/StMC (last updated Sun 19 September 2021) :

Please see the newsletters for details of services and booking.

Please also book for the parish meeting on Wed 29 September – see newsletters.


Live Holy Mass Links:

> UK Masses – next 2 hrs  – www.churchservices.tv/whats-on-now/

> World Holy Mass (in English): https://mass-online.org/daily-holy-mass-live-online/

> Daily services at York Oratory can be viewed on their YouTube Channel

> Daily services at English Martyrs, YorkYouTube Channel

> Streamed Masses in the Middlesbrough Diocese View List on Dioc Website

> Leeds Cathedral – services throughout the week on their YouTube Channel

> Global Catholic TV: Mass/Services/Videos:   #What’s On    #Watch Live

> Catholic Shrine of Walsingham – Schedule of live-stream services


Prayer: Almighty ever-living God, only support of our human weakness, look with compassion upon the sorrowful condition of your children who suffer because of this pandemic; relieve the pain of the sick, give strength to those who care for them, welcome into your peace those who have died and, throughout this time of tribulation, grant that we may all find comfort in your merciful love. Through Christ our Lord.


The Act of Spiritual Communion (please click on the image)   –  May we grow in appreciation of the Eucharist; may those who have lapsed from the practice of their faith return to it with conviction and gratitude.  For our young people, that in a world of entertainment and distraction they may experience moments of reflection in which they can draw closer to God and discern the direction and meaning of their lives. Lord in your mercy hear our prayer.


The Pope’s Prayer Intentions for September 2021: [Link: Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network]: An environmentally sustainable lifestyle:  We pray that we all will make courageous choices for a simple and environmentally sustainable lifestyle, rejoicing in our young people who are resolutely committed to this.