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Sacred Heart

Henley-on-Thames

 
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Sacred Heart Church
Restoration & 
Refurbishment
Appeal

Target: £500,000.00
To date: 23rd March 2013
Amount Raised
£516,055.00
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The Most Rev. Archbishop
 Bernard Longley

 The Archdiocese of Birmingham

Progress Report from
Archbishop Bernard

Bishop William Kenney, Auxiliary Bishop of Birmingham
 
and our area bishop
 to our parish
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Links to 
Neighbouring Parishes
 
Our Lady & St Anne, Caversham
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St Michaels,
Sonning Common

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Our Lady & St John,
Goring
-on-Thames

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Christ The King,
Woodcote

The Mysteries of the Rosary

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Welcome to Sacred Heart Parish, Henley
Henley-on-Thames, population around 15,000 and home of the Royal Regatta, is situated on the north bank of the River Thames in the extreme southern portion
of Oxfordshire (Henley comes under the Birmingham Diocese). Parts of both
Berkshire (Portsmouth Diocese) & Buckinghamshire (Northampton Diocese) touch
on the town's boundaries. Henley is approximately 35 miles from London (with Birmingham approximately three times as far). The town figures as a dormitory
suburb and weekend retreat area as well as an inland resort, before considering
more local aspects of community life in the area.

WEEKEND  MASSES
 
SATURDAY 6.00 pm
 (Vigil Mass)
SUNDAY 8.30am & 10.30am

FOR WEEKDAY MASS TIMES
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Christmas arrangements 

Mon – Wed 22nd – 24th Dec

9.30am Mass (Morning Prayer 9.15am)

Wed 24th Dec  11am–12noon Confessions

Dec 24th Christmas Eve

4.00 pm Family Mass for Christmas

6.00 pm Family Mass for Christmas

8.30 pm Carols and Readings
 followed by
9.00 pm The Midnight Mass

Dec 25th Christmas Day

9.30 am Mass with Carols

MASSES FOR HOLY DAYS
Eve of Holy Day
6.45 pm Evening Prayer
7.00 pm Mass

Holy Day Mass
9.30 am (Morning Prayer 9.15am)
 7.00 pm (Evening Prayer at 6.45pm)

CONFESSIONS
Each Saturday 5.00 - 5.45 pm
Baptisms and Weddings
 by appointment

DATES FOR YOUR DIARIES:

Saturdays in November and December
 11am to 12 noon
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament 

Thursdays 11th & 18th December
at 7.30 pm in the Crypt Room

Advent Talks by Father Paul Rowan

Sunday 14th December
Family Coffee Morning
in Parish Hall after 10.30 Mass


  Tuesday 16th December at  7 pm
Mass during which the
 Sacrament of Reconciliation
 
will be celebrated
 

Thursday 18th Dec at 9.30 am
End of Term Mass (in church)
 for Sacred Heart School - All Welcome

VATICANO  NEWS THIS WEEK

Click to enlarge photo of
 Fr. Anthony's recent meeting with Pope Francis

The Pope addresses the
 European Parliament

Pope Francis reveals top
 10 secrets to happiness

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 This channel offers news coverage of the main activities of the Holy Father, Pope Francis, and of relevant Vatican events.
 It is updated daily.

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Coffee, Tea, Squash & Biscuits
 will be served after the 10.30 Mass
 on the 3rd Sunday

of each month in the Parish Hall.
This is a GREAT Opportunity to meet up
 with fellow parishioners.
    ALL WELCOME

SILVEIRA HOUSE
ZIMBABWE

PREVIOUS PARISH EVENTS
*
150th Anniversary of the re-establishment of the Catholic Mass
in Henley after the Reformation

* Official citation for  Monsignor
   Anthony Wilcox

* Our Gratitude to the Marian Fathers

* 2007 Parish Pilgrimage to Rome

Reflect on the
 Catechism of the
 Catholic Church
Read that little bit every day
 and you'll read the whole
Catechism
in a year.

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