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This week we remember the Presentation of Our Lady at The Temple – this was an Act of Worship that all Jewish families did to give thanks to God for their child. We also remember St Cecilia who is the patron saint of music – another form of worship. When we come together to worship God we are celebrating all that is good in our lives and reminding ourselves where those blessings come from. This week think about something you want to celebrate and find a way to give thanks for it.

Notices

  • We need your donations for the Christmas Market! The boxes are ready in Student Services for your items so please remember to bring in your sweets and chocolate, bottles and cans and tombola prizes to earn points for your House!
  • Weds is the Nicholas House Mass, P1
  • KS3 Chaplaincy Team are meeting on Thursday lunchtime so get your lunch at 12:15 and meet Joe at 12:30 in the Chapel!
  • There’s Mass on Friday so make sure you collect a Mass Pass

We start with the Sign of the Cross.

Don’t forget to add your ideas on how to worship to the comments box below!

We end by making the Sign of the Cross.

We start with the Sign of the Cross.

This morning we are using a song as our Act of Worship – as St Augustine said ‘singing is praying twice’!

This song was written to reflect on the times when we worry about the words we say, the space we’re in or the worship that we have prepared. The lyrics focus on the most important thing – that worship should be a time of personal encounter with Jesus.

Spend time this morning listening to this song and using it as an opportunity for worship.

We end by making the Sign of the Cross.

We start with the Sign of the Cross.

As always we take time in our week to listen to Sunday’s Gospel and this time we’re hearing from one of our former students who now works at The Briars!

We end with the Sign of the Cross.