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May - The Month of Mary

May is the month which we dedication to Mary, the Mother of Jesus.  During this month people set aside time to pray to Our Lady by saying the rosary.  It is also a common tradition to set up a May Altar, with a statue of Mary, Queen of the May, and decorate the area with spring blossom, to celebrate the Mary’s purity and beauty.

The UK Blessing — Churches sing 'The Blessing' over the UK

 

The UK Blessing on YouTube has already touched the hearts of many. We are all united in our aim to stay home and save lives, reducing the colossal strain on health services and it can feel very straining at times.                                                                                                                    

Churches around the UK have come together to sing a blessing over the UK. Our buildings may be closed but the Church is alive!

Please continue to pray for our NHS staff, working hard to care for the sick.  We also pray for those who are sick, that they find health and comfort during these challanging times.  

Holy Redeemer Parish

The Parish of the Holy Redeemer now has its own dedicated you tube channel where you can follow live streaming of Masses & access video messages by the Priests during the ongoing social distancing & stay at home requirements.

Click Here To Access The

Holy Redeemer Parish YouTube Channel

Light a Candle

Glory be to the Father and to the son, and to the Holy Spirit, as it was in the beginning, is now and ever shall be, world without end.

 Amen

Our Lady of Lourdes, Pray for them.

Family Worship

 During these challenging times we would like you to light a candle and say a little prayer for those in need. It could be someone in your family, neighbourhood or you may want to pray for the people that you have seen on the news - the poorly, the NHS workers or other people working hard to stop the spread of Coronavirus.

If you are able to, please send us in a picture of your act of worship to the homework email address and we will share it on our website.

Now, more than ever, we need to join our prayers together and ask God to keep us safe during this difficult times. 

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