Evangelium 2019: August 16th to 18th

The Evangelium Conference on the theme of explaining the Catholic faith in the modern world, 16-18 August 2019.

Set in the beautiful grounds of the Oratory School near Reading, the acclaimed Evangelium Conference combines a unique weekend break with the opportunity to learn more about the Catholic faith, assisting participants to live, share, and defend the faith today. Talks and workshops are combined with daily Mass, Eucharistic adoration, and social events. The conference is intended especially for young Catholics age 18 – 35.

Book now at http://www.saintant.com/
Discounted price for students and unwaged are available
For questions about registration or payment, please call St Anthony Communications (01834 812643)

June – the month of the Sacred Heart

There’s lots to remember this month by way of feasts of the Church:

Sunday 9th Pentecost

Sunday 16th Holy Trinity

Thursday 20th Corpus Christi

Friday 28th Most Sacred Heart of Jesus

On all of these (and more) there will be sung Masses in the evening. Come and see!

Pilgrimage to Our Lady of Willesden

The shrine is associated with some well-known saints

Itinerary Saturday 25th May, 2019

10 am leave from St. Anne Line.

We will travel by Underground to Willesden Junction and walk the rest.

12 noon Holy Mass

1 pm Packed lunch (liquid refreshments available)

1:45 pm Talk on the Shrine

2:15 pm Rosary

2:30 pm Benediction and depart

4 pm (approx.) arrive St. Anne Line

Our Lady of Willesden, Pray for us!

Looking Ahead

Roy Schoeman – London Talks 2019

“Witness Testimony”  and “The Infinite Gift of the Church”

St Anne Line Church Hall, Friday June 28th at 7:00pm


What would cause a successful young Jewish Harvard Business School professor, the son of German Jewish Holocaust refugees, to suddenly leave that promising career to become a “fanatic” Catholic evangelist?  It would sure have to be something!

It was.  Out of nowhere, one day God, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, our Lord Jesus Christ, revealed Himself to Roy while he was walking alone in nature.  In an instant, Roy saw most of the truths of the Faith – that we live forever, that our eternity is determined by what we do on Earth, that every moment of our lives matter, that every moment we are watched over, and infinitely loved, by an all-powerful, all-knowing, all-loving God.  Why should he waste his time working for treasure on Earth, which would not do him any good at all even 100 years from now, when he could be building up treasure in Heaven, from which he would still benefit 100 million years from now?

Roy feels that his mission is twofold: to wake up Catholics to the infinite gift that they have in the Catholic Church and the need to share that gift with others; and to demonstrate the continuity between Judaism and the Catholic Faith — that the Catholic Church can be seen as the continuation of Judaism after the coming of the Jewish Messiah, Jesus, and Judaism can be seen as the pre-Messianic introduction and preparation for the Catholic Church. 

Over the past ten years, after the publication of his ground-breaking book Salvation is from the Jews: the Role of Judaism in Salvation History from Abraham to the Second Coming, Roy has spoken and given retreats and missions to Catholic groups and conferences across the US, Canada, and the UK, as well as in Ireland, France, Israel, Columbia, Ecuador, Australia, and New Zealand.  His unique perspective of Catholicism as the continuation of Judaism after the coming of the Jewish Messiah, Jesus, has brought numerous fallen away Catholics back to the Faith, and opened up the meaning of the Old Testament and Judaism to thousands of Catholics for the first time. 

In addition to his public speaking, Roy has written three books (published by Ignatius Press and the Catholic Truth Society) about the Jewish/Catholic connection, has taught at Ave Maria University and Holy Apostles Seminary, (and) has appeared dozens of times on EWTN Television and Radio.