St. Paul the Apostle
Catholic Church


Other events

Lent Lunches


 
 
Lent Lunch, April 2009.

 
Lent Lunch, 20th February 2008.


Celebration

 
Mini Baker who turned 90 on the 19th July, celebrating at the Social Centre with her daughter Judy, after the Mass said for her on the 20th August 2008.


Former Parishioners

 

Former server Miriam Rosenthal-English who served Mass in Füssen, Bavaria when the local Bishop visited the Church to bless a new door. Here she is talking with the Bishop and Parish Priest (Katholische SonntagsZeitung, Unser Allgäu, Nr. 38, Pg. 1 (2007)). Oct 07

Former parishioners, Andreas and Michaela, who moved to Bavaria a year ago, photographed helping the military out there. They keep in touch.  June 07


 

Sent from the Rosenthal-English family.
A local custom in Bavaria.The Three Kings go from door to door collecting for the poor children of the world.  Jan 07


Coronation of Mary

 
Coronation of Mary, 2009.

 
Our Lady crowned Sunday 13th May, 2007

 
The Procession to crown Mary. May 07

 
Crowning of Mary. May 07


Harvest Festivals

 
The Altar with the Harvest fruits and vegetables on the 4th October 2009. These were provided by the Langthorne family and sold together with jams and chutneys in the porch after the Mass, to raise funds for Fr. Ruiz who helps lepers in China.


 
Harvest Festival.  Dec 06


Processions

Procession of Witness, Good Friday 22nd April 2011

On Good Friday morning (22nd April) in Tintagel, the Churches Together Procession of Witness left Bossiney Methodist Chapel, stopped outside St. Paul Catholic Church and then left again for Tintagel Methodist Chapel and Trevena Square in the centre of the village, more people joining along the way. It was led by the Revs. John Henry Barfoot and Bryan Storey, and by Glenton Brown and Stuart Patterson. Prayers were said and Lenten hymns sung at each stop. The procession was started about ten years ago by Rev. Steve Wild, formerly the Methodist Church’s national Director of Evangelism, as part of a number of events. These included visits to all village houses and the distribution of hot cross buns in the streets of the village - the latter still occurs today. The Catholic and Anglican churches soon joined and now this very successful ecumenical procession has become the most publicly visible reminder in Tintagel of the meaning of Holy Week.

 

  

                        At St. Paul                                                                      In Bossiney Road near Catholic Church

 

  

                         In Bossiney Road near Hardware Store                        Stuart Patterson reading at the Tintagel Methodist Chapel

 

  

                        Leaving the Methodist Chapel                                        At Trevena Square




   
Procession of Witness, Good Friday 2009.

  Corpus Christi Procession, Truro.

 

  Corpus Christi Procession, Truro.


Blessing of the Animals

 
Blessing the Animals after Mass on the 4th October 2009 (held annually on the Sunday nearest the feast of St. Francis of Assisi).


Deanery Day


 
On the 6th September 2008 at St John's, Camborne, a special Deanery Celebration Day was held to coincide with the celebrations of the 150th anniversary of the opening of Plymouth Cathedral. The Bishop is here seen inspecting the Bodmin Parish display at the exhibition of parish activites held in the school hall.  The second picture shows the Concelebration with the Bishop.


Remembrance Sunday

  
November 2008. A very wet and windy Remembrance Sunday. The church ceremony was held with the British Legion at St Paul's this year.
 
Suzy presents the St Paul's wreath at the cenotaph St Materianna,Tintagel. (2008)


Camelford Charter Celebration 

  
On the 12th July 2009 various parishioners from St. Paul's, Tintagel, attended a Mass in Latin celebrated by Fr. Bryan Storey at the ancient church at Lanteglos to mark the end of of a month of celebrations of the granting of the charter to Camelford in 1259. The mayor of Camelford, Brian Lush was present, together with the Rector of Lanteglos, Rev. Jim Benton-Evans.


 






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