Saturday, May 23, 2015

The Week Ahead: Fifth Week

May 21st, 2013 by  
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Sun 19 May Pentecost
9am Fr Dushan Croos SJ
11am Fr Dushan Croos SJ
5.45pm Fr Simon Bishop SJ
8.30pm Rosary
9pm Fr Simon Bishop SJ
Tue 21 May 8am CAFOD Morning Prayer in the Meadow
6pm Oriel College Mass
8pm Film Night: Dead Man Walking
Thu 23 May 5pm Vat2 & Cake4you
6pm Holy Hour 7pm Newman Nosh
8pm Sabina Alkire, Oxford Poverty and Human
Development Initiative: How Christianity can help
form a framework to measure poverty
Fri 24 May 2-4pm Follow the Hat: A Mystery Chaplain will be
available for Tea, Cake and Conversation in News
Café, Ship Street
7.30pm Taizé Prayer
Sat 25 May St Thomas More Lecture
4pm Mass
5pm Sr Helen Prejean

Sr Helen Prejean: the St Thomas More lecture

May 19th, 2013 by  
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Sister Helen at the Chaplaincy!

Sr Helen Prejean will be speaking in the chaplaincy on her work with prisoners on Death Row, Saturday 25th May, 2013.

And just to get us inspired for Sr Helen’s visit:

http://www.nola.com/religion/index.ssf/2013/05/sister_helen_prejean_receives.html#incart_river_default

The Week Ahead: Fourth Week

May 13th, 2013 by  
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Sun 12 May Ascension Sunday
9am Fr Simon Bishop SJ
11am Fr Simon Bishop SJ
5.45pm Fr Dushan Croos SJ
8.30pm Rosary
9pm Fr Dushan Croos SJ
Mon 13 May 6pm Mass Jesus College
Tue 14 May Feast of St Matthias, Apostle
6pm Mass St Peter’s College
8.15pm God in the Lab: Matthew Robinson Cold
Fusion of Theology and Science? The model of Fr
George Coyne SJ, former director of the Vatican
Observatory.
Thu 16 May 5pm Vat2 & Cake4you
6pm Holy Hour
7pm Newman Nosh
8pm Dame Elish Angiolini, former Lord Advocate A
Life of Crime
Fri 17 May 7pm CAFOD Emmaus Meal

House Barbecue, CAFOD Fairtrade Breakfast and Prayer in the Meadow

Pictures from the House Barbecue, CAFOD Fairtrade Breakfast and Prayer in the Meadow!

The Week Ahead: Third Week

May 7th, 2013 by  
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Sun 5 May 6th Sunday of Easter
9am Fr Robert Gay OP (Blackfriars)
11am Bishop William Kenney CP, Baptisms,
Confirmations and Reception into the Church,
followed by 12.30pm Community Lunch
5.45pm Fr Francis Davidson OSB (St Benet’s)
8.30pm Rosary
9pm Fr Robert Gay OP (Blackfriars)
Mon 6 May 6pm Mass Lady Margaret Hall
Tue 7 May 6pm Mass Keble College
8pm Film Night: Up
Thu 9 May 5pm Vat2 & Cake4you
6pm Holy Hour 7pm Newman Nosh
8pm Julian Brazier MP Saint Thomas More: Morality
and Modern Politics
Fri 10 May 2-4pm Follow the Hat: A Mystery Chaplain will
be available for Tea, Cake and Conversation in
Maison Blanc, Woodstock Road
7.30pm Taizé Prayer
8pm Ceilidh in aid of Tanzania Project (Newman Rm)
Sat 11 May 2pm Newman Cathsoc Garden Party at Campion Hall

Follow the Hat

May 6th, 2013 by  
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Fri 10th May: 2-4pm Follow the Hat: tea, cake and conversation, Maison Blanc, Woodstock Road

Pilgrimage to Mapledurham

Apr 30th, 2013 by  
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4th May: Feast of the English Martyrs
9am-2pm Pilgrimage to Mapledurham, for English and Welsh martyrs, with Mass, visit of house and priest-hole followed by picnic
8-10pm Vigil of Prayer

The Week Ahead: Second Week

Apr 29th, 2013 by  
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5th Sunday of Easter
9am Fr Simon Bishop SJ
9.45am CAFOD Fairtrade breakfast
11am Fr Simon Bishop SJ
5.45pm Fr Dushan Croos SJ
8.30pm Rosary
9pm Fr Dushan Croos SJ
Mon 29 Apr 6pm Mass Balliol College
Tue 30 Apr 8am CAFOD Morning Prayer in the Meadow
6pm Mass St John’s College
8.15pm God in the Lab: Tim McEvoy “God creates
man. Man destroys God. Man creates dinosaurs”:
Faith and science in Jurassic Park
Thu 2 May 5pm Vat2 & Cake4you
6pm Holy Hour 7pm Newman Nosh
8pm Cardinal Murphy-O’Connor Popes I have known
Fri 3 May 6pm Mass St Antony’s College
Sat 4 May Feast of the English Martyrs
9am – 2pm pilgrimage to Mapledurham for English
and Welsh martyrs, with Mass, visit of house and
priest-hole followed by picnic
8-10pm Vigil of Prayer

Three Cheers for Orinoco!

Apr 22nd, 2013 by  
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Oxford student runs Marathon as a Womble for Jesuit Missions
An Oxford student is running the 2013 London Marathon this Sunday as a Womble, to help raise funds for Jesuit Missions (JM). Nick Chan, an International Relations D.Phil student at St Antony’s College, is running the 26.2 mile course dressed as Orinoco with a target of £2,000.
Read the full story at www.jesuit.org.uk/latest/130419.htm, with a great little film clip included

Follow the Hat

Apr 19th, 2013 by  
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Fri 26th Apr:
Acts 13:26-33 9PS 2) & John 14:1-6
12.15pm Mass
2-4pm Follow the Hat: A Mystery Chaplain will be available for tea, cake and conversation in Queens’s Lane Coffee House, High street
7.30pm Taizé Prayer

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