The Roman Catholic Parish of

Our Lady Queen of Apostles (Cheddar)

28th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year A
15th October 2017

"In the Lord's own house shall I dwell for ever and ever."

Mass Times and Confession
Saturday Mass 6.00pm, Wells (for the People)
Sunday Mass 9.00am, Cheddar (Modesto & Ida Cassettari)
Mass 11.00am, Wells
Adoration and Morning Prayer, ˝ hr before Mass on weekdays
Monday No Mass
Tuesday St Ignatius of Antioch, Bishop & Martyr
Adoration & Rosary 6.00pm, Cheddar
Wednesday Feast of St Luke, Evangelist
No Mass
Thursday The Canadian Martyrs
Mass 10.00am, Cheddar (Friends of our Suffering Souls)
Friday Mass 10.00am, Cheddar
Next Saturday Mass 10.00am, Cheddar

Next Sunday
Masses

29th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A
Saturday 6.00pm, Wells
Sunday 9.00am, Cheddar
11.00am, Wells (for the people)
Confession: Cheddar: Saturday after Mass
Wells: Saturday 5-5.30pm

St Luke

Of the four Gospels, St. Luke’s tells us most about Our Lady and the Saviour’s infancy. We shall be hearing a lot from him at Christmas time. There are delightful legends about him, as well as what we know from the Bible itself. He was a friend of St Paul, who calls him “the Beloved Physician”, indicating that Luke was a doctor of bodies, turned doctor of souls. St Luke wrote not only the gospel but the Book of Acts. He changes the way he tells the story at the point he met Paul, from 'they did this' to 'we did that'. Legends say that he used to paint icons onto the surface of his kitchen table. Several places in the world claim to have such icons in their church. He is venerated for his gospel writing, and as a patron of artists and of doctors.