Contact Details

Parish Priest: Father Lijo Jose

Address: 

New Road

Princes Risborough 

Buckinghamshire

HP27 0JN

Telephone Number: 01844 345 578

Email Address: 

presbytery@st-teresas.org.uk

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NOTICES

Parish Party Sunday 27th June:

Weather and COVID regulations permitting St Teresa’s parish will be holding the first of our parish parties. There will be Mass at 11am that morning so please feel free to join the fun at any time between 11:30am and 3pm. Tea/coffee/wine/soft drink and nibbles will be provided, but on this occasion, it has been recommended that we each provide our own food. If you are able to come, please write your name and how many guests/family on the forms in the Narthex, or email Fr Lijo on presbytery@st-teresa.org.uk. It will be wonderful for us all to be together again.

Catholic Basics

an engaging introduction to the Catholic faith offered in four parts: God, The Church, The Moral Life, Prayer. Monday evening Zoom presentations from 7pm to 8:30pm on June 7, June 14, June 21, June 28 2021. There is a £20 cost for the course pack of four texts. For more information and booking, contact Ann Collon at admin@nores.org.uk or call 01582 723312.

Princes Risborough Food Cupboard

Thank you all so much for your generous support. Donations may be made to St Mary’s Church Bell Tower, 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. Wednesdays and Fridays, or in the basket at the entrance to Tesco’s at any time they are open.

Things we could do with more of: Tins of peas (garden, not mushy or marrowfat), Tins of sweetcorn, Tins of other vegetables, Tins of soup, Tins of fish, Tins of tomatoes, Tins of fruit, Tins of rice pudding, Tins or cartons of custard, Long-life dairy milk (UHT).

Things we have plenty of, so don’t need any more at the moment: Tins of potatoes, Tins of mushy and marrowfat peas.

Help us to Reclaim our Common Home:

The coronavirus pandemic has had a catastrophic impact on the world’s poorest communities, with 150 million people set to fall into extreme poverty as a result. Meanwhile, the climate crisis is still a huge threat. Please join us on 18th June 2021 at 11am to discuss with Greg Smith, our local MP, the role Britain can play in leading a just and green global recovery from the pandemic. Join us using this link: https://cafod.zoom.us/j/92033600826?pwd=RDVzN2hlNUxNSkVwdmxlaHdTeHBaZz09&from=addon#success
This event is hosted by Debbie Purfield of CAFOD as part of CAFOD’s Reclaim Our Common Home campaign. We shall be joined by parishioners from St Bernadine Parish, Buckingham. Let us know you are coming to this zoom meeting by emailing: betty@pgcresswell.plus.com

Coffee and Company

If you would like an opportunity to chat to other parishioners just follow the link below on Tuesday June 15th at 10.30am. Join Zoom Meeting. Meeting ID: 440 321 8376 Passcode: 9z1Umi.
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/4403218376?pwd=R0dGT2VYR1ZqTW96STRFeTdLcGxQQT09

Cafod SPONSORED ‘WALK FOR WATER’:

A big thank you to the many parishioners who joined in the walk, supported the ‘pop-up' cafe or sponsored the walkers. The weather was perfect and our sincere thanks go to John and Veronica for their amazing hospitality. Sponsorship money will again be collected after this weekend masses, or you can place donations in an envelope clearly marked 'Cafod Sponsored Walk' and post through the presbytery door.

On behalf of Missio, Angela Bailey would like to thank all parishioners who contributed to Missio last year, whether Red Boxes or sending directly to Missio HQ. The final total from our parish was £2,830.28 which considering the difficult year was magnificent. Thank you very much.

Portsmouth Diocese- Life in the Spirit Seminars:

At the first Pentecost the disciples changed from being fearful and looking inward to being full of joy and looking outward. The Holy Spirit gave them courage, words and great joy. Pope Francis has asked that we bring the Life in the Spirit Seminars to all, to enable us all to have a greater capacity to speak about our joy in the risen Lord. The seminars are online using Zoom, they start after Pentecost on Thursday 27th and run for seven weeks. Timing is to join from 7pm for a start at 7.15pm with an end each time at 8.45. Participants will want to use some recommended scripture passages in their prayer during the weeks between seminars. For more information and to register see www.pffm.org.uk/lifeinthespirit

Bishop David’s Talks

Bishop David has produced a series of short talks focussed on ‘The Church’. These videos can be viewed by clicking here All the videos in this series so far will be displayed.

St Teresa's is on Facebook!

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