Celebration of Mass Change

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A celebration took place at St Gregory’s after Mass on Sunday 15th September to acknowledge and give thanks that tCmc8he church is still able to have a Sunday Mass. Regular parishioners invited everyone into the hall after the the Mass at its new time of 9am for refreshments to include a bacon or sausage sandwich or a croissant. The group who had decided to celebrate our new parish priest, Fr Anthony, Fr Saji and the new Mass time had arranged for breakfast for up to 50 people but were amazed when they quickly ran out. It was decided that this was such a popular social event, it should be done monthly - watch this space!

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