The Spring 2020 40 Days for Life campaign will be launched in Reading this coming Sunday, the 16th February from 2.00pm
St William Of York RC Church, Reading, 46 Upper Redlands Road, Reading RG1 5JP
Guest speaker: Isabel Vaughan Spruce
Followed by a screening of the pro-life film: Unplanned
Some of you might be familiar with this author who was known as the “Apostle of the Sacred Heart”. Many would use the “24 Holy Hours” he wrote in a dialogue style to help pray either before the Blessed Sacrament or in the home. The Rosary Meditations are written in the same easy to follow manner and are now back in print. A perfect way to a better understanding of the mysteries of the Rosary. Available from: http://leathermissalcovers.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&path=64&product_id=94 or from St Savior's House in Bristol
Sr. Maria Immaculata is in great need of a volunteer to assist at the Servi Domini orphanage in India from Jan to Apr 2020. Applicants must be female, Catholic, 21-40 years. It is a wonderful apostolate. Please write to me at email@example.com for more details.
All good quality curios, knick-knacks, bric-a-brac and second hand books wanted!
We are again collecting items to be sold at the St Michael’s School Fayre. Please bring to the school anything of good quality that can be sold. We will have a collection point in the chapel entrance and the main school entrance. Please leave any items in the boxes provided.
All items required must be good quality, clean and reusable. Any electrical equipment must be in working order. We are still collecting good quality second hand clothes, which can also be left in the collection boxes.
We do not want poor quality, stained, or ripped items. No quilts, duvets, pillows, mats, heavy curtains or VHS videos.
Any items that are not sold at the fayre will be sold on to a recycling centre which pays by weight, so the more you can donate the better!
Any questions please refer to Tim Morley. Thank you.
St Michael’s School PTA are organising another clothes & shoe collection finishing Friday November 8th.
Please donate any ‘good quality ‘ clothing, paired shoes, bags, hats, ties, household linen, curtains & towels.
Unwanted items are duvets, blankets, pillows, cushions, carpets, soiled & ripped clothes, school uniform, textile off cuts, yarns and threaded material.
Collection points are at the school office and the Chapel Repository.
The collection is based on weight - the more we collect the more we raise!