www.olqmhereford.org.uk

Our Lady Queen of Martyrs

Roman Catholic Church Hereford

 

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SUNDAY MASSES  - 9.30AM/11.30AM/6.30PM.










 MOST HOLY TRINITY MAY 2018




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1st HOLY COMMUNIONS – Congratulations to the children who made their 1st Holy Communions last Saturday and received their certificates on Sunday,

RECEPTION INTO THE CHURCH – Andrew Davies will be received into the Church in the 9.30am mass today and also be confirmed and receive the Eucharist for the 1st time.

RE-COMMISSIONING OF EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS – Next Sunday, the Solemnity of Corpus Christi, we will be re-commissioning all parish eucharistic ministers. The text for the re-commissioning is available from Fr. Matthew/Sacristy, and on the parish web-site.

DAY RETREAT FOR EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS – THIS SATURDAY 2nd JUNE BELMONT ABBEY, Being led by Fr. Matthew, 10am – 4pm. All parish ministers are encouraged to attend if possible. Poster at back of Church. There is mass this Saturday at 11.00am, to be celebrated by Fr. Jonathan; but no exposition, benediction or confessions.

REFLECTION – FAMILY OF LOVE.

Last Sunday, we celebrated the sending of the Spirit, which sealed God’s new covenant and made a new creation. In this new creation, we live in the family of God, who has revealed Himself as a Trinity of love. We share in His divine nature through His Body and Blood (2 Peter 1:4). This is the meaning of the three feasts that cap the Easter season—Pentecost, Trinity Sunday, and Corpus Christi. These feasts should be intimate reminders of how deeply God loves us, how He chose us, from before the foundation of the world, to be His children (Ephesians 1:4–5). Today’s readings illuminate how all God’s words and works were meant to prepare for the revelation of the Trinity and God’s blessing in Jesus Christ—the blessing we inherited in Baptism and renew in each Eucharist. By God’s word the heavens and earth were filled with His kindness, we sing in today’s Psalm. Out of love, God called Abraham and chose his descendants to be His own people, Moses says in today’s First Reading. Through the Israelites, He revealed to the nations that He alone is Lord and there is no other. In Jesus, God’s word took flesh as a son of Abraham (Matthew 1:1). And Jesus reveals in the Gospel today that the one God is Father, Son, and Spirit, and that He desires to make all people His own. As He led Israel out of Egypt, God freed us from slavery, Paul says in today’s Epistle. As He adopted Israel (Romans 9:4), He gives us the Spirit by which we can know Him as “Our Father.” As God’s heirs, we receive the commissions of Moses and Jesus today. We are to fix our hearts on Him and to observe all that He has commanded. The Eucharist is His pledge—that He will be with us until the end, that He will deliver us from death to live forever in the promised land of His kingdom.




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