Wednesday, June 26, 2019

PARISH NOTES 
Sunday 30 June 2019

The Ascension of the Prophet Elijah and scenes from his life (17th century)
by Theodoros Poulakis. Icon. Byzantine and Christian Museum, Athens, Greece.

THIS SUNDAY’S READINGS 

Third Sunday after Pentecost (Year C)
2 Kings 2:1-2, 6-14
Galatians 5:1, 13-25
Luke 9:51-62


THIS SUNDAY’S MUSIC 

Healey Willan (1880–1968)—Missa de Sancta Maria Magdalena


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Welcome to S. Stephen’s – especially to our visitors and guests! We’re glad to have you with us. Please join us for Coffee Hour following the 10 a.m. Mass in the Great Hall upstairs. If you have any questions or special needs, please speak to one of the ushers, who will be glad to assist you.

Independence Day (July 4th) – as on all Federal Public Holidays, Low Mass on Thursday 4 July will be offered at 10 am, preceded by Morning Prayer at 9:30 am.

Volunteers Needed – S. Stephen’s next turn for supplying the volunteers for the Epiphany Soup Kitchen (ESK) will be Saturday 13 July from 2:30-5:30 pm. If you can help, please let Bruce Lennihan know via email at michelleisgreat@comcast.net. We need at least 5 to 6 volunteers. This is a wonderful opportunity to serve Christ by serving the hungry.

No Bible Study this Sunday – 
As Fr. Mead is away on Sunday 30 June, the Bible Study on the book of the Acts of the Apostles will continue on Sunday 7 July.

Sermons at S. Stephen’s Online – Beginning with Pentecost 2019, all sermons, including text and audio, will be available on the parish website for reading and listening at your leisure. We hope this archive of sermons will serve as a useful tool to aid you in your personal devotions.

“Mead’s Meanderings” – Beginning with the week of Trinity Sunday 2019, audio clips of Fr. Mead’s thoughts, reflections, and announcements for the coming Sunday (and week following) will be posted on the parish website under “Mead’s Meanderings.”


George Street Construction – George St. will be closed during weekday business hours until mid-August and parking between Thayer St. and Brown St. with no vehicle access to either the front or rear driveway. Parking on George St. will be restricted to 3 spots at each end. These will be marked “reserved for S. Stephen's.” If you are attending a noontime weekday Mass or have business in the church office, please get a "S. Stephen's Parking Pass" from the office and place it on your dashboard if you use these spots. George St. will reopen to two-way traffic around 4 pm each day, including access to our driveways for evenings and weekends.



FOR YOUR PRAYERS

Prayers have been requested for: Virginia, Richard, Beverly, Ethel, Carl, Kade, Sherri, Norman, John, Shannah, Terri, Lynne, Fred-Munro, Gus, Harrington, Joan, Sandy, John, Phebe, Jack, Richard, Ann, Colin, Sandy, Antonio, Emma, Olivia, Raphael, Kiersten, Beverly, Tom, Gail, Deborah, Tree, Bryan, Angela, Bobby, Beverly, Carlos, Rhoda, William, Roger, and James.

Birthdays this week: Jack Tessier (Friday 7/5).

The faithful departed: Year’s Mind: Ben C. Claunch (1 July 2000), Georgiana Anita Bennett Kincaid (2 July 2013), and Charles A. Kilvert (4 July 2000). Recently departed: Nancy Steiny.

Anglican and Diocesan Cycles of Prayer – In the Anglican Cycle of Prayer, we are asked to pray for the United Church of Pakistan: The Most Rev’d Humphrey Peters, Bishop of Peshawar & Moderator of the Church of Pakistan; in the Diocesan Cycle of Prayer, for our country, the President and all in civil authority, for Congress & Courts of Justice, for sound government.


THE SUNDAY ROTA

Acolytes – MC J Ihnen, Thurifer L Verdelotti
Lector – J Steiny
Ushers – Sharon Lloyd Clark and Joy D’Ambra
Coffee Hour – Society of Mary

THIS WEEK AT S. STEPHEN’S

EXTRA-PAROCHIAL EVENTS HOSTED AT S. STEPHEN’S

Saturday 6 July
Epiphany Soup Kitchen  2:30 pm (Great Hall)

LITURGICAL CALENDAR & SERVICE SCHEDULE

Sunday 30 June
THIRD SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST (G)
Morning Prayer  8 am
Low Mass  8:10 am
Mass with Hymns  10 am

Daily Office Lectionary: Proper 8, Year One
Daily Mass Lectionary: Proper 8


Monday 1 July
FERIA (G)
Evening Prayer  5:30 pm
Low Mass  6 pm

Tuesday 2 July
FERIA (G)
Noonday Prayer  12 noon
Low Mass  12:10 pm

Wednesday 3 July
FERIA (G)
Evening Prayer  5:30 pm
Low Mass  6 pm

Thursday 4 July
INDEPENDENCE DAY (W)
Elizabeth, Queen of Portugal, 1336
Morning Prayer  9:30 am
Low Mass  10 am

Friday 5 July
FERIA (G)
Noonday Prayer  12 noon
Low Mass  12:10 pm

Saturday 6 July
Thomas More, Scholar, and John Fisher, Bishop of Rochester, Martyrs, 1535 (R)
Sexburga, Abbess of Ely, 699 (W)
Morning Prayer  9:30 am
Low Mass  10 am

Sunday 7 July
FOURTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST (G)
Morning Prayer  8 am
Low Mass  8:10 am
Mass with Hymns  10 am

NEXT SUNDAY'S READINGS (7 July)

Fourth Sunday after Pentecost (Year C)
2 Kings 5:1-14
Galatians 6:(1-6), 7-16
Luke 10:1-11, 16-20

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

PARISH NOTES 
Sunday 23 June 2019

Procession for Corpus Christi (c. 1510/1520)
by Master of James IV of Scotland (1465–1541). Folio. Getty Center, Los Angeles, CA.

THIS SUNDAY’S READINGS 

Corpus Christi (Year C)
Genesis 14:18-20
1 Corinthians 11:23-26
Luke 9:11b-17

THIS SUNDAY’S MUSIC 

Josquin des Prez (c. 1450/1455–1521)—Missa Pange lingua

William Byrd (1543–1623)—Ave verum

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Welcome to S. Stephen’s – especially to our visitors and guests! We’re glad to have you with us. Please join us for the Annual Parish Barbecue following the 10 a.m. Mass in the Great Hall upstairs. If you have any questions or special needs, please speak to one of the ushers, who will be glad to assist you.

Flowers at the High Altar – are given to the glory of God and in thanksgiving for the musical offerings of the Schola Cantorum over the past year and the ministry of Sunday School teachers Modu Johnson and Kate Lester.

Annual Parish Barbecue – is this Sunday 23 June in the Great Hall, immediately following the 10 am Solemn Mass. If you have not yet volunteered, it is still not too late to help with set-up and clean-up efforts. Please come for a time of fellowship with your fellow parishioners.

Sunday School Recognition – Also this Sunday 23 June at the 10 am Solemn Mass, we will recognize the students and teachers who participated in the Sunday School program this year. Please make every effort to attend.

The Nativity of Saint John the Baptist (June 24th) – a major feast day of the church year, will be celebrated on Monday with Evening Prayer at 5:30 pm and Low Mass at 6 pm.

Saint Peter and Saint Paul, Apostles (June 29th) – a major feast day of the church year, will be celebrated on Saturday with Morning Prayer at 9:30 am and Low Mass at 10 am.

Sermons at S. Stephen’s Online – Beginning with Pentecost 2019, all sermons, including text and audio, will be available on the parish website for reading and listening at your leisure. We hope this archive of sermons will serve as a useful tool to aid you in your personal devotions.

“Mead’s Meanderings” – Beginning with the week of Trinity Sunday 2019, audio clips of Fr. Mead’s thoughts, reflections, and announcements for the coming Sunday (and week following) will be posted on the parish website under “Mead’s Meanderings.” Please give them a listen and tell us what you think!

Bible Study on Acts – Continuing on Sunday 23 June at 9 am, Fr. Mead is conducting a Bible Study centered around the book of the Acts of the Apostles. The group meets in the Great Hall today, and henceforth, it will meet in the Library. We are using Bibles from the church, so all you need to bring is yourself and a desire to learn and grow together. All are most welcome and invited to join in the discussion!

George Street Construction – George St. will be closed during weekday business hours until mid-August and parking between Thayer St. and Brown St. with no vehicle access to either the front or rear driveway. Parking on George St. will be restricted to 3 spots at each end. These will be marked “reserved for S. Stephen's.” If you are attending a noontime weekday Mass or have business in the church office, please get a "S. Stephen's Parking Pass" from the office and place it on your dashboard if you use these spots. George St. will reopen to two-way traffic around 4 pm each day, including access to our driveways for evenings and weekends.

FOR YOUR PRAYERS 

Prayers have been requested for: Virginia, Richard, Beverly, Ethel, Carl, Kade, Sherri, Norman, John, Shannah, Terri, Lynne, Fred-Munro, Gus, Harrington, Joan, Sandy, John, Phebe, Jack, Richard, Ann, Colin, Sandy, Antonio, Emma, Olivia, Raphael, Kiersten, Beverly, Tom, Gail, Deborah, Tree, Bryan, Angela, Bobby, Beverly, Carlos, Rhoda, William, Roger, and James.

Birthdays this week: Julia Steiny (Monday 6/24) and Louis Verdelotti (Wednesday 6/26).

The faithful departed: Year’s Mind: Dorothy Van Slyck Eagles (23 June 1997), Alfreida Louise Moore (24 June 1996), and Mortimer G. Hitt, Priest (25 June 1994). Recently departed: Nancy Steiny.

Anglican and Diocesan Cycles of Prayer – In the Anglican Cycle of Prayer, we are asked to pray for the United Church of North India: The Most Rev’d Dr. Prem Chand Singh, Moderator of CNI & Bishop of Jabalpur; in the Diocesan Cycle of Prayer, for the people and clergy of Church of the Holy Spirit, Charlestown and of Grace Church, Providence.

THE SUNDAY ROTA

Acolytes – MC J Ihnen, SD F Pisaturo, Thurifer J Starks, Torches B Rose and L Verdelotti
Lector – J Steiny
Ushers – Alison Huff and Simon Newby
Coffee Hour – Parish Barbecue

THIS WEEK AT S. STEPHEN’S 

PARISH PROGRAMS, EVENTS & MEETINGS

Sunday 23 June
Bible Study  9 am (Great Hall)

EXTRA-PAROCHIAL EVENTS HOSTED AT S. STEPHEN’S

Saturday 29 June
Epiphany Soup Kitchen  2:30 pm (Great Hall)

LITURGICAL CALENDAR & SERVICE SCHEDULE

Sunday 23 June
CORPUS CHRISTI (W)
Morning Prayer  8 am
Low Mass  8:10 am
Solemn Mass  10 am

Daily Office Lectionary: Proper 7, Year One
Daily Mass Lectionary: Proper 7


Monday 24 June
THE NATIVITY OF SAINT JOHN THE BAPTIST (W)
Evening Prayer  5:30 pm
Low Mass  6 pm

Tuesday 25 June
FERIA (G)
Noonday Prayer  12 noon
Low Mass  12:10 pm

Wednesday 26 June
FERIA (G)
John and Paul, Martyrs at Rome, c. 362
Evening Prayer  5:30 pm
Low Mass  6 pm

Thursday 27 June
FERIA (G)
Cyril, Bishop of Alexandria, 444
Noonday Prayer  12 noon
Low Mass  12:10 pm

Friday 28 June
Irenaeus, Bishop of Lyons, c. 202 (W)
Noonday Prayer  12 noon
Low Mass  12:10 pm

Saturday 29 June
SAINT PETER AND SAINT PAUL, APOSTLES (R)
Morning Prayer  9:30 am
Low Mass  10 am

Sunday 30 June
THIRD SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST (G)
Morning Prayer  8 am
Low Mass  8:10 am
Sung Mass  10 am

NEXT SUNDAY'S READINGS (30 June)

Third Sunday after Pentecost (Year C)
2 Kings 2:1-2, 6-14
Galatians 5:1, 13-25 

Thursday, June 13, 2019

PARISH NOTES 
Sunday 16 June 2019

Holy Trinity (c. 1515)
by Lucas Cranach the Elder (1472–1553).
Museum der bildenden K├╝nste, Leipzig, Germany.

THIS SUNDAY’S READINGS 

Trinity Sunday (Year C)
Proverbs 8:1-4, 22-31
Romans 5:1-5
John 16:12-15


THIS SUNDAY’S MUSIC 

William Byrd (1543–1623)—Mass for three voices

Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873–1943)—Izhe Kheruvim├» (Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom)

Plainchant—Te Deum (More Ambrosiano)


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Welcome to S. Stephen’s – especially to our visitors and guests! We’re glad to have you with us. Please join us for Coffee Hour following the 10 a.m. Mass in the Great Hall upstairs. If you have any questions or special needs, please speak to one of the ushers, who will be glad to assist you.

Father’s Day (June 16) – Happy Father’s Day to all fathers and grandfathers and all men who are role models to our children.

Sermons at S. Stephen’s Online – Beginning with Pentecost 2019, all sermons, including text and audio, will be available on the parish website for reading and listening at your leisure. We hope this archive of sermons will serve as a useful tool to aid you in your personal devotions.

“Mead’s Meanderings” – Beginning with the week of Trinity Sunday 2019, audio clips of Fr. Mead’s thoughts, reflections, and announcements for the coming Sunday (and week following) will be posted on the parish website under “Mead’s Meanderings.” Please give them a listen and tell us what you think!

Bible Study on Acts – Starting on Sunday 16 June at 9 am, Fr. Mead will conduct a Bible Study centered around the book of the Acts of the Apostles. The group will meet in the Great Hall until Choir Season ends (henceforth, it will meet in the Library). We will be using Bibles from the church, so all you need to bring is yourself and a desire to learn and grow together. All are most welcome and invited to join in the discussion!

Annual Parish Barbecue – will be on Sunday 23 June in the Great Hall, immediately following the 10 am Solemn Mass. We need volunteers to coordinate, help set up, to bring food and beverages, to work the grill, and to clean up. To volunteer for any of these roles, please see Karl and Klara Benziger and/or see the sign-up sheets in the Great Hall and Narthex.

Sunday School Recognition – Also on Sunday 23 June at the 10 am Solemn Mass, we will recognize the students and teachers who participated in the Sunday School program this year. Please make every effort to attend.

George Street Construction – George St. will be closed during weekday business hours from 30 May until mid-August and parking between Thayer St. and Brown St. with no vehicle access to either the front or rear driveway. Parking on George St. will be restricted to 3 spots at each end. These will be marked “reserved for S. Stephen's.” If you are attending a noontime weekday Mass or have business in the church office, please get a "S. Stephen's Parking Pass" from the office and place it on your dashboard if you use these spots. George St. will reopen to two-way traffic around 4 pm each day, including access to our driveways for evenings and weekends.

FOR YOUR PRAYERS

Prayers have been requested for: Virginia, Richard, Beverly, Ethel, Carl, Kade, Sherri, Norman, John, Shannah, Terri, Lynne, Fred-Munro, Gus, Harrington, Joan, Sandy, John, Phebe, Jack, Richard, Ann, Colin, Sandy, Antonio, Emma, Olivia, Raphael, Kiersten, Beverly, Tom, Gail, Deborah, Bryan, Angela, Bobby, Beverly, Carlos, Rhoda, William, Roger, and James.

Birthdays this week: Andrew Campbell (Wednesday 6/19) and Modu Johnson (Thursday 6/20).

The faithful departed: Year’s Mind: Agnes McCoy (16 June 1984), J. Carter Brown (17 June 2002), and Terry Wilkes (22 June 1999). Recently departed: Shirley Miller Bledsoe and Henry Butler.

Anglican and Diocesan Cycles of Prayer – In the Anglican Cycle of Prayer, we are asked to pray for the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion): The Most Rev’d Nicholas Okoh, Metropolitan & Primate of all Nigeria & Bishop of Abuja; in the Diocesan Cycle of Prayer, for the people and clergy of Trinity, Cranston and Trinity, Newport and Trinity, North Scituate and Holy Trinity, Tiverton.

THE SUNDAY ROTA

Acolytes – MC B Rose, Thurifer L Verdelotti, Crucifer D Malo, Torches R Noble and C Sylvia
Lector – M Johnson
Ushers – Karl Benziger and TBD
Coffee Hour – Rhoda Steinhart and Andrew Savchenko

THIS WEEK AT S. STEPHEN’S

PARISH PROGRAMS, EVENTS & MEETINGS

Sunday 16 June
Bible Study  9 am (Great Hall)

EXTRA-PAROCHIAL EVENTS HOSTED AT S. STEPHEN’S

Saturday 22 June
Epiphany Soup Kitchen  2:30 pm (Great Hall)

LITURGICAL CALENDAR & SERVICE SCHEDULE

Sunday 16 June
TRINITY SUNDAY (W)
Morning Prayer  8 am
Low Mass  8:10 am
Solemn Mass  10 am

Daily Office Lectionary: Proper 6, Year One
Daily Mass Lectionary: Proper 6


Monday 17 June
FERIA (G)
Evening Prayer  5:30 pm
Low Mass  6 pm

Tuesday 18 June
FERIA (G)
Bernard Mizeki, Catechist and Martyr in Rhodesia, 1896
Noonday Prayer  12 noon
Low Mass  12:10 pm

Wednesday 19 June
FERIA (G)
Gervase and Protase, Martyrs at Milan, 2nd cent.
Evening Prayer  5:30 pm
Low Mass  6 pm

Thursday 20 June
FERIA (G)
Noonday Prayer  12 noon
Low Mass  12:10 pm

F
riday 21 June
FERIA (G)
Aloysius Gonzaga, Jesuit, 1591
Noonday Prayer  12 noon
Low Mass  12:10 pm

Saturday 22 June
FERIA (G)
Alban, First Martyr in Britain, c. 304
Paulinus, Bishop of Nola, 431
Thomas More, Scholar, and John Fisher, Bishop of Rochester, Martyrs, 1535

Morning Prayer  9:30 am
Low Mass  10 am

Sunday 23 June
CORPUS CHRISTI (W)
Morning Prayer  8 am
Low Mass  8:10 am
Solemn Mass  10 am

NEXT SUNDAY'S READINGS (23 June)

Corpus Christi (Year C)
Genesis 14:18-20
1 Corinthians 11:23-26
Luke 9:11b-17

Friday, June 7, 2019

PARISH NOTES 
Sunday 9 June 2019

The Tower of Babel (1563)
by Pieter Brueghel the Elder (1526/1530–1569). Oil on panel. Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria.

THIS SUNDAY’S READINGS 

Day of Pentecost (Year C)
Genesis 11:1-9
Acts 2:1-21
John 14:8-17, 25-27


THIS SUNDAY’S MUSIC 

Traditional Congolese, arr. by Fr. Guido Haazen O.F.M. (1921–2004)—Missa Luba

Don Fernando de las Infantas (1534–c. 1610)—Loquebantur variis linguis


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Welcome to S. Stephen’s – especially to our visitors and guests! We’re glad to have you with us. Please join us for Coffee Hour following the 10 a.m. Mass in the Great Hall upstairs. If you have any questions or special needs, please speak to one of the ushers, who will be glad to assist you.

A Warm Welcome – to the Rev. Canon Linda Grenz, who will be assisting at both Masses this morning. She will also be joining the discussion at the Forum with the Wardens (see announcement below).

Forum with the Wardens – At the Coffee Hour following the Mass, please join the Wardens, Fr. Mead, and Canon Grenz in the Great Hall to ask any questions you may have as the parish undergoes this time of transition.

Saint Barnabas the Apostle (June 11) – a major feast of the church year will be kept this Tuesday with Noonday Prayer at 12 noon, and Low Mass following at 12:10 pm.

Vestry Meeting – The Vestry will meet in the Parish Library on Tuesday 11 June at 7 pm for its monthly meeting.

Monthly Commemoration of the Departed – whose year’s mind falls during June will be offered Saturday 15 May at 10 am (preceded by Morning Prayer at 9:30 am). If you have any names to add to those to be remembered, please let Jacob Ihnen know. This Mass is sponsored by the Guild of All Souls, St. Stephen Protomartyr Branch: all are welcome and invited to attend!

Annual Parish Barbecue – will be on Sunday 23 June in the Great Hall, immediately following the 10 am Solemn Mass. We need volunteers to coordinate, help set up, to bring food and beverages, to work the grill, and to clean up. To volunteer for any of these roles, please see Karl and Klara Benziger and/or see the sign-up sheets in the Great Hall and Narthex.

Sunday School Recognition – Also on Sunday 23 June at the 10 am Solemn Mass, we will recognize the students and teachers who participated in the Sunday School program this year. Please make every effort to attend.

Pentecost 2019 Issue of The S. Stephen – is available online for viewing on the parish website. This issue includes features on Shusako Endo's novel Silence, Saint Stephen's patrimony today, a farewell letter from outgoing Rector Fr. John Alexander, a letter from the Wardens introducing the new Priest-in-Charge, James Busby's Quodlibet; and a reflection from Nancy Gingrich on "Transitions" in life and death. Hard copies have been mailed, and additional copies may be picked up in the Narthex.

George Street Construction – George St. will be closed during weekday business hours from 30 May until mid-August and parking between Thayer St. and Brown St. with no vehicle access to either the front or rear driveway. Parking on George St. will be restricted to 3 spots at each end. These will be marked “reserved for S. Stephen's.” If you are attending a noontime weekday Mass or have business in the church office, please get a "S. Stephen's Parking Pass" from the office and place it on your dashboard if you use these spots. George St. will reopen to two-way traffic around 4 pm each day, including access to our driveways for evenings and weekends.

FOR YOUR PRAYERS

Prayers have been requested for: Virginia, Richard, Beverly, Ethel, Carl, Kade, Sherri, Norman, John, Shannah, Terri, Lynne, Fred-Munro, Gus, Harrington, Joan, Sandy, John, Phebe, Jack, Richard, Ann, Colin, Sandy, Kiersten, Beverly, Tom, Gail, Deborah, Bryan, Angela, Bobby, Beverly, Carlos, Rhoda, William, Roger, and James.

Birthdays this week: Althea Latimer (Thursday 6/13), Charles Andrews (Friday 6/14), and DeOnte Latimer (Friday 6/14).

The faithful departed: Year’s Mind: Warren Davis Phillips (13 June 1986) and Palmer Congdon (14 June 1989). Recently departed: Shirley Miller Bledsoe and Henry Butler.

Anglican and Diocesan Cycles of Prayer – In the Anglican Cycle of Prayer, we are asked to pray for the Church of the Province of Myanmar (Burma): The Most Rev’d Stephen Than Myint Oo, Archbishop of Myanmar and Bishop of Yangon; in the Diocesan Cycle of Prayer, for the people and clergy of St. Columba’s, Middletown.

THE SUNDAY ROTA 

Acolytes – MC F Pisaturo, SD J Ihnen, Thurifer R Noble, Torches L Verdelotti and B Rose
Lector – RG Noble
Ushers – Rhoda Steinhart and George Ryan
Coffee Hour – Nancy Gingrich and Bradin Anderson

THIS WEEK AT S. STEPHEN’S

PARISH PROGRAMS, EVENTS & MEETINGS

Tuesday 11 June
Vestry Meeting  7 pm (Library)

Saturday 15 June
Guild of All Souls  10 am (Lady Chapel)

EXTRA-PAROCHIAL EVENTS HOSTED AT S. STEPHEN’S

Saturday 15 June
Epiphany Soup Kitchen  2:30 pm (Great Hall)

LITURGICAL CALENDAR & SERVICE SCHEDULE

Sunday 9 June
THE DAY OF PENTECOST: WHITSUNDAY (R)
Morning Prayer  8 am
Low Mass  8:10 am
Solemn Mass  10 am

Daily Office Lectionary: Proper 5, Year One
Daily Mass Lectionary: Proper 5


Monday 10 June
FERIA (G)
Ephrem of Edessa, Deacon, 373
Evening Prayer  5:30 pm
Low Mass  6 pm

Tuesday 11 June
SAINT BARNABAS THE APOSTLE (R)
Noonday Prayer  12 noon
Low Mass  12:10 pm

Wednesday 12 June
FERIA (G)
Evening Prayer  5:30 pm
Low Mass  6 pm

Thursday 13 June
FERIA (G)
Anthony of Padua, Priest and Doctor, 1231
Noonday Prayer  12 noon
Low Mass  12:10 pm

Friday 14 June
Basil the Great, Bishop of Caesarea, 379 (W)
Noonday Prayer  12 noon
Low Mass  12:10 pm

Saturday 15 June
FERIA
Evelyn Underhill, Spiritual Writer, 1941
Morning Prayer  9:30 am
Low Requiem Mass for June Departed  10 am (Black)

Sunday 16 June
TRINITY SUNDAY (W)
Morning Prayer  8 am
Low Mass  8:10 am
Solemn Mass  10 am

NEXT SUNDAY'S READINGS (16 June)

Trinity Sunday (Year C)
Proverbs 8:1-4, 22-31
Romans 5:1-5
John 16:12-15