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ST ERCONWALD'S

CATHOLIC CHURCH

WEMBLEY

Year of the Word

CHURCHES NEARBY

The chart below gives the times of weekend and Holyday Masses in nearby parishes

Saturdays

St Erconwald

St Joseph

English Martyrs

St George

All Saints

St Sebastian

17:30

18:00

18:15

18:30

Sundays

St Erconwald

St Joseph

English Martyrs

St George

All Saints

St Sebastian

08:00

08:30

 

09:00

09:30

09:45

10:00

10:45

11:00

11:15

11:30

†a

 

12:00

17:30

18:00

18:30

Holydays

St Erconwald

St Joseph

English Martyrs

St George

All Saints

St Sebastian

Eve 19.30

9.30

12.30

18.30

Two of the disciples of Jesus were on their way to a village called Emmaus, seven miles from Jerusalem, and they were talking together about all that had happened. Now as they talked this over, Jesus himself came up and walked by their side; but something prevented them from recognising him. He said to them, ‘What matters are you discussing as you walk along?’ They stopped short, their faces downcast.

  Then one of them, called Cleopas, answered him, ‘You must be the only person staying in Jerusalem who does not know the things that have been happening there these last few days.’ ‘What things?’ he asked. ‘All about Jesus of Nazareth’ they answered ‘who proved he was a great prophet by the things he said and did in the sight of God and of the whole people; and how our chief priests and our leaders handed him over to be sentenced to death, and had him crucified. Our own hope had been that he would be the one to set Israel free. And this is not all: two whole days have gone by since it all happened; and some women from our group have astounded us: they went to the tomb in the early morning, and when they did not find the body, they came back to tell us they had seen a vision of angels who declared he was alive. Some of our friends went to the tomb and found everything exactly as the women had reported, but of him they saw nothing.’

  Then he said to them, ‘You foolish men! So slow to believe the full message of the prophets! Was it not ordained that the Christ should suffer and so enter into his glory?’ Then, starting with Moses and going through all the prophets, he explained to them the passages throughout the scriptures that were about himself.

  When they drew near to the village to which they were going, he made as if to go on; but they pressed him to stay with them. ‘It is nearly evening’ they said ‘and the day is almost over.’ So he went in to stay with them. Now while he was with them at table, he took the bread and said the blessing; then he broke it and handed it to them. And their eyes were opened and they recognised him; but he had vanished from their sight. Then they said to each other, ‘Did not our hearts burn within us as he talked to us on the road and explained the scriptures to us?’

  They set out that instant and returned to Jerusalem. There they found the Eleven assembled together with their companions, who said to them, ‘Yes, it is true. The Lord has risen and has appeared to Simon.’ Then they told their story of what had happened on the road and how they had recognised him at the breaking of bread.

19.30

20.00

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St Erconwald

Wembley 3

 

Presbytery

112 Carlton Avenue East

Wembley

Middlesex

HA9 8NB

( 020 8904 6031

St Joseph

Wembley 1

 

Presbytery

High Road

Wembley

Middlesex

HA9 6AG

( 020 8902 0081

English Martyrs

Wembley 2

 

Presbytery

Chalkhill Road

Wembley Park

Middlesex

HA9 9EW

020 8904 2306

St George

Sudbury

 

970 Harrow Road

Sudbury

Wembley

Middlesex

HA0 2QE

020 8904 2552

All Saints

Kenton

 

529 Kenton Road

Harrow

Middlesex

HA3 0UL

020 8204 3550

St Sebastian and St Pancras

Kingsbury

 

Presbytery

Hay Lane

Kingsbury Green

NW9 0NG

020 82042834


This page last updated 3rd October 2007