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  St Peter’s Catholic Church, Eynsham.

SUNDAY MASS TIMES:
Saturday at 5pm Vigil Mass for Sunday,
Sunday Mass at 10am.
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The 6th Sunday of Easter, 22nd May 2022.
‘Do not let your hearts be troubled or afraid.’ Gospel John 14:23-29.


The 5th Sunday of Easter, 15th of May 2022.
“I give you a new commandment:
love one another,
just as I have loved you, you also must love one another.”
John 13:31-35.


The 4th Sunday of Easter, 8th May 2022.
Good Shepherd Sunday, Gospel: John 10:27-30.


The 3rd Sunday of Easter, 1st May 2022.
Gospel according to John 21:1-19.


Divine Mercy Sunday (2nd Sunday of Easter), 24th April 2022.
‘Happy are those who had not seen and yet believe’, John 20:19-31.

The Incredulity of St Thomas c. 1620 by Gerrit Van Honhorst.
 

Easter Sunday, 17th April 2022.
He must be risen from the dead’, John 20:1-9.

The resurrection by Titian (1544). 


Holy Saturday – Easter Vigil, 16th April 2022.
‘Why look among the dead for someone who is alive’, Luke 24:1-12.


The Good Friday,  15th April 2022.
Gospel according to John 18:1, 19:42

The Crucifixion by El Greco (1597).


Maundy Thursday:Mass of the Lord’s Supper, 14th April 2022.
Gospel according to John 13:1-15.


The Palm/Passion Sunday, 10th April 2022.
The Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ according to Luke, Luke 22:14-23:56.


The 5th Sunday of the Lent, 3rd April 2022.
‘Let the among you who has not sinned be the first to throw a stone’, John 8:1-11.


The 4th Sunday of the Lent, 27th March 2022.
The Return of the Prodigal Son, Luke 15:1-3, 11-32.

Rembrandt van Rijn, 1663-1669.


The 3rd Sunday of the Lent, 20th March 2022.


The 2nd Sunday of Lent, 13th March 2022.
‘This is my Son, the Chosen One. Listen to him.’ Luke 9:28-36.


The 1st Sunday of Lent, 6th March 2022.
The temptation in the wilderness,  Luke 4:1-13.


The 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time, 27th February 2022.
‘Can one blind man guide another?’, Like 6:39-45.

Parable of  the blind by Peter Bruegel the Elder, 1568.


The 7th Sunday in Ordinary Time, 20th February 2022.
‘Love your enemies’, Luke 6:27-28.


The 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time, 13th February 2022.
‘Happy are you who are poor, who are hungry, who weep’, Luke 6:17,20-26.


The 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time, 6th February 2022.
‘They left everything and followed him’, Luke 5:1-11.


The 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time, 30th January 2022.
‘No prophet is ever accepted in his own country’, Luke 4:21-30.


The 3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, 23rd January 2022.
‘The spirit of the Lord has been given to me’,  Luke 1:1-4, 4:14-21.


The 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, 16th January 2022.
‘My hour has not come yet’, John 2:1-11.


The Baptism of the Lord, 9th January 2022.
‘You are my Son, the Beloved; my favour rests on you’, Luke 3:15-16,21-22.

                                                                    Pietro Perugino, 15th century.


The Epiphany of the Lord, 6th January 2022.
 The visit of the Magi, Matthew 2:1-12.

Giotto Scrovegni, early 1300 fresco.


The second Sunday of Christmas, 2nd January 2022.
‘The Word was made flesh and lived among us’, John 1:1-18.


Mary Mother of God, 1st January 2022.
‘The shepherds hurried to Bethlehem and found the baby laying in the manger’,
                                                                                             Luke 2:16-21.  


Christmas days Gospels:
Christmas Eve Mass, 24 December 2021.
‘In the town of David, a saviour has been born to you’, Luke 2:1-14.
Christmas Day, 25 December 2021.
‘The Word was made flesh, and lived amount us’, Jone 1:1-18.
The Holy Family, 26 December.
‘Mary stored up all these things in her heart’, Luke 2:41-52.

Giorgione, 15th century.


4th Sunday of Advent, 19 December 2021.
‘Why should I be honoured with a visit from the mother of my Lord’, Luke 1:39-45.

Rogier van der Weyden.


3rd Sunday of Advent, 12th December 2021.
‘Someone is coming who will baptise you with the Holy Spirit and fire’, Luke 3:10-18.


2nd Sunday of Advent, 5th December 2021.
The call of John the Baptist, Luke 3:1-6.


1st Sunday of Advent, 28th November 2021.
‘There will be signs in the sun and moon and stars’, Luke 21:25-28.