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St Marys Barnham
We are a flourishing traditional Catholic community in the Church of England and we share our rural church with the Roman Catholic community of Bognor Regis.
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St Marys Barnham Mar 27
It was very naughty. I set the account up some years ago and thought I was logged out! I am trying to delete it. Jesu mercy Mary Pray!
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St Marys Barnham Mar 27
Sorry that tweet was from a cross parishioner and will be deleted!
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St Marys Barnham Mar 27
Replying to @FrPhilipMurray
Not getting much beyond “Lock your Church” from the Sects of Canterbury and York.
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Catholic Sat Mar 17
At the end of Mass this morning with Pope Francis, the Most Blessed Sacrament was adored for a few minutes, in order to give strength and consolation to all in the midst of this coronavirus covid-19 pandemic.
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St Marys Barnham Mar 15
St Mary’s Barnham, Evensong last week.
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Gareth Jones ✠ Mar 15
Well, we were 33 down on our average attendance today. A vicar does not say this very often, but I thank God for this, it means that people are being sensible and mindful of the vulnerabilities of others.
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TheSocietyChichester Feb 20
Walsingham Festival Day at St Saviour's Eastbourne. Please share details in your churches. All most welcome
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St Marys Barnham Feb 16
Replying to @OurCofELike
We had Evensong, as we do every day. Because of flooding we had only two people in church but we still did the full works: incense, one hymn, sung responses, canticles and psalm and a short meditation at the end.
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St Marys Barnham Feb 16
Fr Robert concelebrates the Mass with Fr Graham for the first time. A wonderful Mass on a wet and windy day
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St Marys Barnham Feb 14
A fabulous opportunity!
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St Marys Barnham Feb 9
Congratulations to Fr Robert Dixon who has now received his Permission to Officiate in the Diocese of Chichester and will now have a priestly ministry amongst us at St Mary's.
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Robert W Hart Feb 7
The February 2020 edition of New Directions has now been published. To read it online subscribe here:
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Bradley Smith Feb 2
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Prayer Book Society Feb 6
Love, service, devotion, godliness- a fitting prayer indeed set by the ’s Prayer Book for today, the anniversary of the accession of the Queen.
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Bradley Smith Feb 2
The Gospel of the Lord. A truly glorious Candlemas at
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St Marys Barnham Jan 27
From last night's Evensong : Thy touch hath still its ancient power, no word from thee can fruitless fall. Hear, in this solemn evening hour, and in thy mercy heal us all.
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Simon Armstead Jan 26
Fab Mass today in the best tradition! Lively liturgy/music with nice traditional touches, but not over the top . Vibrant congregation. No wonder this rural Anglo-Catholic parish is flourishing, still in its 12th century farmyard setting.
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Simon Armstead Jan 26
13 tomorrow! Thank you for singing happy birthday to eldest at Mass this morning 😀
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St Marys Barnham Jan 24
Replying to @StMarysBarnham
Beautiful memorial to a lovely man who shared his fascinating sea-faring memories with us.
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St Marys Barnham Jan 23
Replying to @StMarysBarnham
The kneeler is now beside one of the same design that Harold made in memory of his dear wife Monica.
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