Sacred Heart & St Pius Xth, Clifton Diocese
Sacred Heart & St Pius Xth, Clifton Diocese

25th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B

19th September 2021         Sunday Mass 9am and 10:30am at St Pius Xth                   

 Monday 20th

Sts. Andrew Kim Tae-gon, Priest, Paul Chong Ha-sang & Companions, Martyrs.



Tuesday 21st

St Matthew, Apostle & Evangelist.




Weekday in Ordinary Time



Thursday 23rd

St Pius of Pietrelcina. Priest



Friday 24th

Our Lady of Walsingham



     Saturday 25th

Weekday in Ordinary Time



Sunday 26th




St Pius Xth

St Pius Xth

We are delighted to bring the Redemptorist Publications articles from our printed weekly bulletin to you once more here on-line.


If you know someone who doesn't use the internet, please pass on a hardcopy of our latest bulletin here. 

Prayer Board

Please hold the following in your prayers

† For our Diocesan Family Prayer Link: This week please pray for

Fr Anthony Paris, Deacons Stephen Godwin, John Detain and John Proctor and the parishioners of Salisbury at St Osmund, St Gregory & The English Martyrs and Most Holy Redeemer.


† For those who need our prayers:

Maria Barrett, Carol Blackmore, John Boyes, Andrew Brisbane, Jamie Collins, Bethany Coombes Carmel Biggins-Cragg, Mary Daly, Marie DiMambro, Debbie Forge, Freddie Hine-Haycock, Joan Hogarth, Terry Lisa, June Hurley, Julian Kinsey, Malcolm Jones, Luna Lisle, Kay Lyons, Pat Marsh, Tracey Matthews, Paul Millar, Joan Murphy, Chris Nelmes, John Palmer, Doug Reed, Breda Ross, John Ralls, Meg Ryan, Harriet Wallace.

May they know God's healing power.


†For those who have died recently: 

Mary Sheehan, Anna Spring 


†For those whose Anniversaries occur at this time: 

Rosa Cara, Kathleen Mulligan, Sheila Blackmore, Maureen Coombes, Diane Excell, Charles Ellsworth, Michael Maye, Antoni Suchecki, Frank Di-Mambro, Anne Dinham, Jenny Norton, Helena Jadwiga.

.May they Rest in Peace and rise again in Glory with Our Lord.


†Baptism: We welcome Kornelia and Olivier Galagus into the Faith Family today. Please pray for them, their parents, godparents, family and friends as they grow in faith.



Here is a real image of discipleship in today’s gospel: to serve and to become small. Discipleship is not about position or importance or recognition or prestige; it’s about imitating Christ in the way we give our lives to others and in the way we reach out with love for others. But it’s also about ‘recognising’ God in those so easily overlooked – the child, the vulnerable, the weak, the seemingly insignificant, or unimportant, those ignored or forgotten. The disciple should have eyes to see the face of God revealed in those who can be so readily ignored. As communities we can be too quick to worry about who’s first or who is best or who’s the most important. As disciples we should be ready to see the face of God in those around us and serve them, reach out to them… but our lives should also reveal something of the face of God because of who we are and because of the loving, compassionate service we give.


We continue our Diocesan journey this Autumn as we ‘Dare to Dream’ the future of our Diocese. Each new video and reflection will be available on the Friday before each Sunday. Week Beginning September 12th, 24th Sunday of Ordinary Time: features our own Fr Michael Healy

Taking this time to reflect will enable all of us to contribute more fully to the conversations that every deanery will be having to discern how we grow our parishes to be places of mission, serving the poor and responding out of our abundance to the needs of the local community and the wider world.



The Safeguarding Team will be delivering safeguarding awareness sessions to volunteers on Saturday 25th September 9.30am – 11.00am The training will be delivered via Microsoft Teams. If you wish to attend, please contact Beci Monks on to have a link to the training: Many thanks and best wishes The Diocesan Safeguarding Office.



Janet & Maggie invite you to Hollowtree House, Folly Lane, Stowey BS39 4DW for a genteel afternoon of entertainment in memory of their mum in aid of A Siblings Wish, supporting bereaved children.


Lots of stalls inc a bottle stall – good quality donations welcomed and can be left in the foyer of St Pius Xth or ring 07739401708.



Bishop Declan is celebrating Mass in the Cathedral, 12 noon Saturday 2nd October and is inviting all married couples to join him. He will send a personal invitation to those couples who are celebrating significant anniversaries 25th, 40th, 50th, 60th, 65th, or 70th during 2021 during 2021 or those who will marry during this year. Please email asap to let them know.



CAFOD’s new campaign is a response to Pope Francis’s call for a new way of thinking about the world, and to take an active part in renewing our troubled societies by embracing the universal values of solidarity and fraternity. Ahead of COP26 you are invited to sign the petition at



85 people given food for 1785 meals 775kg food distributed!


With shopping and donations of items we received 397Kg.


Regularly now we are distributing more than we are receiving in donations and stock is now fast depleteing. We would be delighted to accept any harvest celebration donations. Please spread the word.


Donations can be left with Reception at the Withywood Centre, anytime between 9am and 4pm, Monday to Friday. Please let them know if there is anything that needs refrigeration.


Or we can shop for you if you would prefer to BACS  The Carpenters Food Store  a/c no:  45427160  Sort code: 30-94-83.

Your support has been truly incredible. THANK YOU.


We have a new email address:

Tracey and The Team
Caring is Sharing


In 2020 we fed a total of 4238 people for one week.

(2019: 2715, 2018: 1875)


And look at this year so far!



Our facebook page and community group are now live. Please do like it.


Fr Matt



Called To More

Mission Prayer






pour out you Holy Spirit upon our parishes
to deepen in us a thirst and passion for mission.

Grant that your gifts of faith, hope and love
will lead us in true discipleship,

so that the Good news of Jesus Christ

will find a home in our hearts

and open us to the needs of all.

Then, trusting in your Almighty power,

give us the desire and courage

to proclaim our faith in Him to a broken word.



St Bernadette – pray for us

St Dunstan – pray for us

St Pius X – pray for us

Sacred Heart of Jesus – we place all our trust in You

Orphans In The Wild


Sally’s Garden Party

was held on her small holding with the animal residents of Willow Cottage in Dundry on Wednesday 11th August.


A huge thank you to all who made this an outstanding event of fun especially to our hosts Sally and her family. An amazing £1340.20 has been raised so far for Orphans In The Wild.


In the meantime, if you would like to continue to support this project through our produce sales, especially jams, chutneys and eggs, to contact Sally, please message 07810 256687 or email

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