Friday 5th June 2020
Feast of the Most Holy Trinity
This coming Sunday, the Church celebrates the great feast of The Most Holy Trinity. The Gospel gives us an insight into God’s true nature, which is one of love. We read that God loves us so much that he gave his only Son for us, so that we can share in the life and loving relationship of the Holy Trinity – forever. The word Trinity means ‘Tri-unity’, three in one. The Church teaches us that, although there is only one God, there are three divine persons in God: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, bound together in love.
Update on the wider opening of the school
Thank you to the parents of Year 6 who have sent emails in support and appreciation of the planning and organisation to ensure the smooth transition and return of our Year 6 children earlier this week. It was wonderful for both the children and staff to begin to reconnect with one another after such a long peirod away from daily school life. It was also lovely to welcome back other Key Worker children to school as well. Over the course of next week, contact will be made to all families of children who are still not in school. Further details to follow next week regarding the wider opening of the school.
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Our Lady and All Saints Live Streaming of Mass
Our Lady and All Saints are providing a live online streaming service. Online streaming enable’s everyone to attend Mass in this uncertain times, to watch and listen to what is happening.
Please click on the following link
Mass Times are Daily Monday-Friday 9.00am Saturday 5pm Sunday 8.30 and 10.30am
We now have new stocks of uniform please place your orders by either the school text service or email email@example.com
Access to the Wednesday Word
The weekly edition of the Wednesday Word can be accessed through a link on the school website. This can be found within the 'Children's Area' under the 'Our Community' tab from the school landing page. The link will be refreshed on a weekly basis. Please share with your child the Gospel reading on Sunday and the key discussion points that accompany the newsletter.
Black Country Health Care 24-7 Support Line for adults and young people
Black Country Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust have just launched a 24-7 support line for adults, older adults, children and young people who require urgent mental health support during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Please don't suffer in silence. If you are experiencing increased distress or anxiety during these uncertain times, then pick up the phone and speak to one of the specialist mental health professionals who will be able to support you. Further details and contact information can be found on the flyer within the Covid 19 tab on the school website.
Resources to Support Children's Liturgy and Prayer from the Birmingham Diocesan Education Service
Prayer of the Week
Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit: as it was in the beginning, is now and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.
Virtues Focus - Learned and Wise
Pupils at St. Joseph's are growing to be Learned, finding God in all things; and wise in the ways they use their learning for the common good.
Pope's Intention for June
The Way of the Heart: We pray that all those who suffer may find their way in life, allowing themselves to be touched by the Heart of Jesus.