Lord make me an instrument of Your peace

          Where there is hatred, let me sow love; 
           Where there is injury, pardon;

           Where there is doubt, faith;

           Where there is despair, hope;

           Where there is darkness, light;

           Where there is sadness, joy.

 

           O Divine Master, grant that  I may seek

not so I much to be consoled as to console; To be

understood as to understand; to be loved as to

love; for it is in giving that we receive; and it is

in pardoning that we are pardoned 

it is in dying ... that we are born to eternal life. Amen

 

As we continue as a club, let us remember those who have helped to keep it going forward. Maureen Connor has written to say that her brother, Patrick Connor, died on 25 February. Pat was a treasurer of the club and a keen member for many years. We will have a Mass for him on Sunday 16 June during our Day of Recollection at Damascus House. In the meantime let us pray for Patrick, for Maureen and for all of our members. Maureen thanks everyone who came to the funeral Mass and all these who have written to her.

 

And now, a time to rejoice, at the Kenwood Lakeside picnic on Saturday 20· July, meeting at Hampstead Tube Station at 15.30. Bridie Barry and Maureen Cahalane are taking us to the Choral Fireworks Spectacular and providing all the food and drinks - bring a plate and a glass - while we listen to Carmina Burana, Romeo and Juliet and The Polcwtsian Dances. Concert tickets are £6 - bought on the day. Food is £4 - tickets in advance from Bridie Barry.

 

Before then, Dorothy Hickman is taking Us to sample cider and
honey at the Smallholder and Self-Sufficiency Show at Ardingly.
Meet at Victoria at 10:15 for the 10:32 train to Haywards Heath
- arrives 11:24. Then by free bus to Ardingly Showground.

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The Diocese a£ Arundel and Brighton 1991 Ecumenical Pilgrimage
THE SECOND GLASTONBURY PILGRIMAGE Led by Fr. Bill Haynes, St Joseph's, Redhill.

 

Saturday 10 August to Sunday 25 August

      

Please return this application form as soon as possible to:

The Pilgrimage Secretary C/O 122 Ladbroke Road,. REDHILL HE1 1LF
Cheques: 'Diocese of Arundel and Brighton, Ecumenical Walking Pilgrimages'

 

 Name:                                       

 

Address: ________________ _

 

                                                   

 

                                                  

 

Post Code:                                

               

Telephone:                                

 

Denomination:                          

 

Age or Age Group:                  

 

 

 

 

 

I would like to join the pilgrimage
for the whole 16 days (please tick)
or

From:                              on: _________ _

 

To:·:      __              ___   on:                            

 

 

Please reserve a place on the return coach (Please tick) (Coach fare £9)

 

I enclose £10 deposit.

 

Signature:                                                                        

 

More booking forms and details from Fr. Bill Haynes.
Call Redhill - 0737 761017

This walking pilgrimage is always very successful and a very happy experience. Make sure you're there if you can, for the whole fortnight or for days here and there.

Total cost is £115 with all included or £7 per night + £4 when we have a ferry crossing to or from The Isle of Wight.

 

RAMBLE LIST

 

2 JUNE – 24 AUGUST 1991

 

Sunday 2 JUNE1991                           Leader: Maurice Hickman

  

Meet: VICTORIA at 09:45 for 10:02 Train to HORSHAM

Lunch: The Bridge House, Copsale   Tea: with Jackie and Tom Jeffers

Miles: 14               Fare: £6.80  CDR 

 

Sunday 9 JUNE1991                            Leader:Mary Hickman

 

Meet: VICTORIA at 10:45 for 11:02 Train to  REDHILL (A: 11:32)

Lunch: The Mint Arms, Lower Kingsford  Tea: Redhill

Miles: 10     Fare: £4.40 CDR 

  

SUNDAY 16 JUNE 1991        

     

Day of Recollection

 

Meet:  At Damascus House, The Ridgeway, Mill Hill, London NW7 1EH

           at: 09:30 for 10:00.                Tel. 081-959 8971 / 081-906 1666

 

Coffee, Lunch and Tea provided during the day. Cost £8.50

 

We will have a full day Retreat at Damascus House until 16:30.

 

Look forward to seeing you there. 

 

 

Sunday 23 JUNE1991                         Leader: Bridie Barry

 

Meet: BAKER STREETat 10:05 for 10:20 train to AMERSHAM (A: 11:00)

Lunch: Penn Street   Tea: You'll be lucky. Miles: 10              Fare: £4.00  

 

 

SUNDAY 30 JUNE1991                       Leader: Hilary McNsbb

 

Meet: CHARING CROSS at 09:15 for 09:30 to SEVENOAKS (A: 10.00)

 

Lunch: Knockholt           Tea: Strawberry picking at Hewitt's Farm!

 

Miles:  9      Fare: £4.40           Returning from Chelsfield.

 

 

SUNDAY 7 JULY1991                               Leader: Tom Lally

 

Meet: VICTORIA TUBE STATION at 10:00for 10:15 train to Putney Bridge

          District Line

Lunch: The Rose and Crown, Kew Green                                  Tea:  Richmond

Miles: 10                       Fare: £3.10        Returning from Richmond

 

SUNDAY 14 JULY1991                             Leader:  Maureen Cahalane

  

Meet: WATERLOO at 10:20 for 10:37 to Hampton Court (A: 11.00)

Lunch: The Lion Gaate Hotel          Tea: Hampton Court             Miles: 8

Fare: £3.10 CDR               

 

SUNDAY 21 JULY1991                             Leader: Maurice Hickman

  

Meet: VICTORIA at 09:40 for 09:56 train to EASTBOURNE (A: 11:27) 

Lunch: The Tiger Inn, East Dean                   Tea: Beachy Head + Swimmin

Miles: 12           Fare: £11.90 CDR

 

SUNDAY 28 JULY 1991                             Leader: Daphne Fisk

 

Meet: VICTORIA  at 09:45 for 10:02 train to CATERHAM

                                                                 Change at PURLEY- 10:24 (A: 11)  

Lunch: The Fox, Coulsdon Common         Tea: Al Fresco        Miles:  11  

Fare: £3.70 CDR 

 

 

SUNDAY 4 AUGUST1991                            Leader: Peter Mac Donald

Meet: VICTORIA   at 08:45 for 09:02train  to BOGNOR REGIS 

                                           Then local bus 260 at 10:56 to PAGHAM

Lamb, The Crab and Lobster, Siddlesham             Tea: Pagham + Swimming 

Miles: 7             Fare: £11.70 CDR   returning from BOGNOR REGIS

 

SUNDAY 11 AUGUST 1991                          Leader: Philip Evans 

Meet: WATERLOO at 10:15 for 10:32 to BENTLEY (A: 11.44)          

Lunch: The Castle, Crondawl         Tea:Al Freesco    Miles:  9  

Fare: £7.30 

 

BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY 26 AUGUST 1991           Leader: Dorothy Hickman

Meet: WATERLOO at 11:00 for 11:25 train to GUILDFORD (A: 12:00)

Lunch: Compton                      Tea:  Loseley Hall                Miles: 10         Fare: £7 Travelcard               Returning from Richmond

 

 

ST FRANCIS OF ASSISI CATHOLIC RAMBLERS' CLUB

 

Under the patronage of

His Eminence Cardinal George Basil Hume OSB MA STL

 

VICE PRESIDENT              HON SECRETARY                  HON TREASURER

 

Fred McAndrew                         Catherine MacManus                     Ronald Scott

 

LIST COMPILER                        SOCIAL EVENTS                         MEMBERSHIP/PUBLICITY 

 

Eugene Donnelly                         Paul Brunning                               Bryan Jones

 

CATERING                                  NOMINATIONS

 

Hilary McNabb                            Please send nominations to the secretary 

                                                    for these committee places. including
                                                    confirmation that people are willing to
                                                     nominated. The rull list of nominees
                                                     will be in the next newsletter.

 

Eugene is compiling the next ramble list now and would like all details as soon as possible.

 

Many thanks to all or our ramble leaders who walk out and prepare for all of our Sunday walks. It is a great blessing that we can all share these very enjoyable days in the countryside.

 

Ron Scott has clarified the situation with regard to our families and friends who are non-Catholic in that all are welcome as our associate members. As they attend their own services on Sunday mornings they do not have the same opportunity to meet early trains for our rambles. However. we all meet up a t other times, notably on the Glastonbury walking pilgrimage in August.

 

And why not bring everyone along to Tower Bridge at 1 pm on Sunday 14 July for the start of the sponsored walk for the protection of unborn children. WALK THE TEN BRIDGES FOR LIFE.

For sponsorship forms and information contact Margaret Meehan at The Lancon Life Office,. 83 Margeret Street, London W1N 7EB.

Tel. 071 436 1524