The Roman Catholic Parish of

Our Lady Queen of Apostles (Cheddar)

1st Sunday in Lent
Year B
18th February 2018

"Your ways, Lord, are faithfulness and love
for those who keep your covenant"

Mass Times and Confession
Saturday Penitential Procession, Baptism and Mass 6.00pm, Wells (For the people)
Sunday Penitential Procession, Baptism and Mass 9.00am, Cheddar
Penitential Procession, Baptism and Mass 11.00am, Wells
Adoration and Morning Prayer, hr before Mass on weekdays
Monday No Mass
Tuesday Mass 9.30am, Wells
Adoration & Rosary 11.00am, Cheddar
Funeral Mass 2.00pm, Wells for Elvira Porfirio
Traditional Latin Mass 6.00pm, Wells
Wednesday Mass 9.30am, Wells with the Parish School
Traditional Latin Mass 6.00pm, Cheddar for the Ember Day
Thursday Feast of the Chair of St Peter the Apostle
Ways of the Cross (Stations) 9.30am, Wells
Mass 10.00am, Cheddar
Friday Mass 10.00am, Cheddar
Ecumenical Way of the Cross (Stations) 12noon, Wells Cathedral
Traditional Latin Mass 6.00pm, Wells
Next Saturday Mass 10.00am, Cheddar
Ways of the Cross (Stations) 10.30am (approx.), Cheddar

Next Sunday
Masses

2nd Sunday in Lent
Saturday: Mass 6.00pm, Wells
Sunday: Mass 9.00am, Cheddar
Mass 11.00am, Wells (For the people)
Confession: Cheddar: Saturday after Mass
Wells: Saturday 5-5.30pm

Stational Liturgy

You will see that the Bishop is travelling round the Diocese in Lent to celebrate the Sacrament of Confession in various centres. In doing this, he is doing something very ancient and traditional for Lent. This could also be done by celebrating a Penitential Procession and Mass at the place where the procession stops. This kind of Lenten liturgy around a diocese or city is known as Stational Liturgy. It is this that we imitate this Sunday. It is concrete reminder of the spiritual journey we all make through Lent towards Holy Week and the Easter Triduum [3 holy days]. Because it is a spiritual journey, some call it a pilgrimage, but the steps of this journey are not taken with our feet, but with our Lenten devotions and disciplines. It is path of conversion towards spiritual renewal. Walking the Way of the Cross in the devotion of the Stations is another reminder of this same point.

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