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Three children of our parish will take the sacrament for the first time on Sunday 2nd June. This will be part of the usual Sunday service at 9:30 am, and we are expecting up to 30 more people than usual in the congregation.
We hope that most of you will come to mass as usual to support the children, and to celebrate with them in the Hall afterwards! However, kindly be aware that the church will probably be a little more crowded than usual, and your patience and help in
ensuring there is space for everyone will be most appreciated. (For anyone needing to avoid crowds for shielding or other reasons, you might prefer to join us for mass on Saturday evening instead.)
Please continue to pray for the children as they prepare for their First Holy Communion. Lord Jesus, Bless the children preparing to receive Holy Communion for the first time. May this be an initial step into a life-long love of the Eucharist, So that they turn to You for comfort, guidance, and wisdom as they grow.

FUNERAL MASS – Sylvia Flynn
Please keep Sylvia and her family in your prayers. Her Funeral Mass is on Friday 24th May at 12pm, with Reception into the Church on Thursday 23rd at 6pm

There will be a parish walk on Friday May 31st. It is a circular route of approximately four miles (one hill), starting at Naphill and finishing at The Wheel Pub for lunch. We will leave from the Church car park at 10.30am. Please sign the form in the Narthex if you would like to come.

Our bereavement Group will meet again on Sunday 26th May, between 3pm and 4.30pm in the Club Room. Everyone is welcome for tea, cake and chat. For a lift call

Jean 07588 401608

Saturday 15th June: followed by a Pop- Up-Cafe in
the Parish Garden. Please put the date in your diary!
More details to follow.


Many thanks to everyone who responded to CAFOD’s recent appeal. Our parish envelope/Dona machine collection raised an incredible £1,335.00 which will help those in immediate need. Our thanks, also, to the many who responded via the CAFOD website.

A Summary of the questionnaire parishioners answered  concerning the development of the new parish centre/building is now available. Please see notice board or pick up a copy from the Narthex

LIGHTHOUSE QUIZ NIGHT – Saturday 15th June
2024, St. Mary’s Church, Princes Risborough –

prompt 7:30 pm start , cost £5, Teams of up to 8 people, raffle and heads and tails game. Bring your own drinks and nibbles, no red wine as it stains the floor. To book a table, please contact  Jamie Carter on 01844 273286 (booking essential).
If you would like to come and are not part of a team,
please contact Jamie and you can be sorted into one.
Offers of raffle prizes also appreciated. Please
contact Jamie if you would like to donate one.

We all have our difficulties in life, and in next year’s Holy Year, the Church suggests that we make pilgrimages that help us and others through obstacles to Faith, Hope and Love. The members of the Legion of Mary in our parish feel that Our Lady also makes pilgrimages to us, in her many apparitions. The Legion of Mary would like to offer visits of a Pilgrim Virgin statue of Our Lady of Walsingham to your homes. The Legion  members will pray the rosary with the family when they bring
the Pilgrim Virgin and take her to another family the following  week. It would be wonderful if the rosary could be said by the family while the Pilgrim Virgin is in the home. We would like to  start the visits in Our Lady’s lovely month of May, continuing throughout the year. If you would like the Pilgrim Virgin in your home for a week, please contact the Legion of Mary through, or put a note into the
presbytery addressed to the Legion of Mary.

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St. Teresa’s now has a website for online donations.  Please Click on the 'Donate' button at the top of this screen. 

You can now also make donations at church using a card payment terminal in the narthex. 


If you are aware of anyone who is sick or housebound, please let Father Lijo know so that a visit can be arranged and for them to receive Holy Communion, if requested. 

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