Regina Caeli UK Academy goes from strength to strength! Come and see for yourself what this hybrid homeschooling Academy can offer your child at the Open Day on Thursday 27th February. You’ll be able to see the children in action as they take part in a drama lesson, meet the staff and other parents, hear a presentation and ask any questions. Places are limited and need to be reserved: see https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/regina-caeli-uk-open-day-september-2020-tickets-88812718231. Come with your children and bring your friends!
The bell will be ringing again in the church hall at Christ the King on Sunday morning to announce the start of the 2020 catechism talks by Fr O’Donohue. There’s a talk for the under 8s at 10.30, followed by the under 16s at 11.00 and finally the adults at 11.30. Children’s choir will run as usual before the first talk.
For those who are new, we enjoy a cup of squash, tea or coffee and a biscuit in the main hall after Mass before moving over to the Patrick Donegan room next door for our talks.
We look forward to learning more about our Faith and its practice over the coming months.
Monday 6th January is the Feast of the Epiphany. This is a Holyday of Obligation in the Universal Church, but this year the Bishops of England and Wales have transferred the celebration of Epiphany back to Sunday 5th January. Following the Traditional calendar, however, the Mass for this Sunday will be that of the Most Holy Name of Jesus.
To mark Epiphany, there will be a Low Mass at Christ the King on Monday 6th January at 7.30 pm. Although it is not a Holyday of Obligation this year, it is a most important feast, and assisting at Holy Mass is the best way to observe it.