Over the next week I’m sure so many of us will find it harder than ever missing out on the most powerful and moving services of the year which take place from Maundy Thursday til Easter Sunday, the Triduum.
Last Friday Pope Francis broke with Papal convention (Not for the first time!) and did something quite beautiful and emotional.
There were a couple of noticeable differences between our isolation/lockdown announced by Boris Johnson earlier in the week and those of other nations.
I’m sure by now most of us have heard the announcement from the Bishop’s Conference regarding suspending public celebrations of Mass. I have provided a link to the announcement below:
The highlight of this week has got to be Bishop Declan’s visit on Thursday. Students in our Liturgical Music Group had all their hard work and effort recognised
Our group of enthusiastic Year 10 young volunteers recently attended the second session of their course which was led by Andy Clare from the charity HCPT.
Last week the eco-team and a group of the tutor environment reps attended a conference at Komedia on the issue of Plastics and the ocean.
For the first reflection looking at how God speaks to us about communion, it seems most apt to go to the Old Testament and see what we can learn from the most famous wandering community of all.
On Wednesday evening we celebrated our annual Advent Carol Service at St John’s RC Church along with our feeder primary school St John’s.
A huge thank you to the whole of Year 10 for donating an astounding amount of gifts, toys, books and food for The Bath Area Play Project.