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Download 19th November.
OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD
It’s shoe box time again and Shirley will be at the
back of church today handing out leaflets.
Please remember when filling your boxes
NO LIQUIDS or CHOCOLATES, thank you.
If you are unable to fill a shoe box, perhaps you
would like to put a small gift or some sweets in the box
at the back of church.
These will then be made up into shoe boxes.
Your completed shoe boxes should be returned to church
by SUNDAY 19th NOVEMBER.
Don’t hesitate to contact Shirley if you need any more information Tel: 07811 557754.
Many thanks for your support.
The sacraments lie at the heart of the Church’s life, and so
This sacrament reflects the central focus of healing in the life of Jesus. For some people it has become associated with “Extreme Unction” or “The Last Rites”, as though it is only conferred either in danger of death or during one’s last moments on earth. In fact it is, as it says, the sacrament of the sick and is conferred on anyone suffering from a serious illness or experiencing the need of Christ’s comfort and consolation in suffering or distress. It is conferred on our sick and housebound in a special service on the occasion of the Bishop’s visitation, and our sister parish of All Saints usually holds an annual service for the sacrament to which members of both parishes are invited. Anyone entering hospital is encouraged to contact Sister Mary in the Chaplaincy to ensure they receive visits and Holy Communion if they wish. We do not have automatic access to hospital records so do not know you are in hospital unless you tell us. Sister Mary will then ask the priest on duty to confer the sacrament of the sick if she and the patient deem it appropriate. The priest’s hands are laid in silence on the head of the sick person, then the anointing is on the forehead and palms of the hands.
All Saints Catholic Church Belle Vue Avenue Ashbourne Derby DE6 1AT
Telephone: 01335 342236
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