’Children, our love must be not just words or mere talk, but something active and genuine.’’ John 1. 3:18

Please keep our parish family in your prayers, with the hope that we may be able to worship together soon.


Welcome to St Paul's Parish, Cantley

Father Evangelist

 

Welcome to the St Paul's RC Church Cantley website. We hope you enjoy browsing our site and invite you to contact us or to join us at any of our masses.

Thoughts and Prayers Color

PRAYERS PLEASE for Tricia Herring, Helen McKechnie, Bernie & Eugene Fox, Veronica Whittington, Sheila Lynch, Yvonne Sewell, Ellen Newbitt, George Cooper, Tina George, Lisa Thompson, Elsie Murphy, Sioned Harper, Benjamin Bates, Alice Whitehouse, Deacon Derek & Suzanne Wynne & Ryan Chilvers.

 

Live Streaming of  Mass from St Pauls Cantley

This new system.is now installed and we at the test stage which we anticipate will take a couple of weeks whilst we get used to the system and fine tune it.

You are able to watch Mass via You Tube on your computer, mobile phone, tablet, smart tv or even an ordinary TV with a Firestick attachment.

Just search for You Tube in your browser or click onto the You Tube app. In search box, type “St Paul’s Cantley” or “stpaulscantley”, hopefully a picture of the outside of the church or the stain glass window will appear, click on the picture.

Below the picture of the church is the word “SUBSCRIBE”, click on this word to become a subscriber.

Alternatively just click on the link below:

Livestream Mass

Simply select the Mass you would like to watch from the Stills listed. If you want to watch full screen, look to the bottom right hand corner of the stream and click on the icon that looks like a broken square (Full Screen).

All parishioners are warmly encouraged to spiritually join in with these celebrations.

 

Gospel Reflection

The Lenten season continues with another story of testing. Last Sunday, we heard the trial of Jesus in the desert. In this week’s First Reading, we hear of how Abraham was put to the test.
The Church has always read this story as a sign of God’s love for the world in giving His only-begotten son.

In today’s Epistle, Paul uses exact words drawn from this story to describe how God, like Abraham, did not withhold His only Son, but handed Him over for us on the Cross.

In the Gospel today, too, we hear another echo. Jesus is called God’s “beloved Son”—as Isaac is described as Abraham’s beloved son.

These readings are given to us in Lent to reveal Christ’s identity and to strengthen us in the face of our afflictions.

Jesus is shown to be the true son that Abraham rejoiced to see. In His transfiguration, He is revealed to be the “prophet like Moses” foretold by God—raised from among their own kinsmen, speaking with God’s own authority.

Like Moses, He climbs the mountain with three named friends and beholds God’s glory in a cloud. He is the one prophesied to come after Elijah’s return.

And, as He discloses to the Apostles, He is the Son of Man sent to suffer and die for our sins.

As we sing in today’s Psalm, Jesus believed in the face of His afflictions, and God loosed Him from the bonds of death. His rising should give us the courage to face our trials, to offer ourselves totally to the Father—as He did, as Abraham and Isaac did.

Freed from death by His death, we come to this Mass to offer the sacrifice of thanksgiving, and to renew our vows—as His servants and faithful ones

Scott Hahn

Prayer and Reflection
Celia Bermingham

The 3 introductory articles and the 6 Steps to Prayer using the words spoken by Mary, are available in the Prayer Life section of the Web page.

Just click on the article required.

The second Lenten reflection is circulated as an attachment to the newsletter circulation. It is also available on the website.

St Paul's - Offertory Giving

The running costs of the parish have increased during the lockdown period with the extra expenditure on hand sanitising gel, cleaning materials, etc.

Please remember to leave your Offertory gift in one of the baskets available in the church entrance porch or near to the exit fire doors as you leave the church.

Alternatively, you can donate on line via DONA using either a debit or credit card.

Any amount can be donated via a link on the parish website:

http://www.stpaulscantley.co.uk/

or click here to go straight to the donation page:

https://portal.mydona.com/assets/webPay/index.php?cid=54

Service Times

Weekday Time Location
Saturday 18:00 Cantley

Sunday

9.00

Rossington

Sunday  10.30  Cantley
Tuesday 9.15 Rossington
Wednesday 9.30 Cantley
Thursday 19.00 Rossington
Friday 19.30 Cantley



Divine Mercy Service on Friday at 3pm

 

Supporting Local Food Banks

Last week, our parish donated a total of 14 items or 9.3kgs of food.

In these difficult times these gifts are greatly appreciated by those in need.

Useful Contacts

If you need help or support and you think that the Neighbourhood Centre can help then telephone:

07943802691

or email neighbourhoodcentre1@gmail.com

 

If you have genuine concern for someone struggling with isolation, please contact Doncaster Council Contact:

Liza Hunter, Stronger Communities Officer – Bessacarr & Cantley

Tel: 01302 736930,

Mobile: 07770 620709,

Email: liza.hunter@doncaster.gov.uk

 

Citizens Advice Helpline: 0344994137

Finance

Whilst you may not be able to donate in person, you can donate via standing order from your bank.

Email the office for a Standing Order Form. Remember to tick the Gift Aid Box if you are a UK Taxpayer.

Card Donations Online

Whilst you may not be able to donate in person, we still rely upon donations to help keep St Pauls going and to keep providing help and pastoral care to the members of our parish.

There is a new way of donating, we are now able to accept donations by debit and credit cards. If you wish to donate, please click on the link below:

DONATE NOW