The new parish film club will be launched on Tuesday 20th March at 2.30pm in the Angelus Room – no membership fees – with the 1953 comedy “Genevieve”, starring Dinah Sheridan, John Gregson. Kay Kendall and Kenneth Moore as the two couples involved. The plot line is set amongst the intense rivalry that is vetertan car rallying, and the Genevieve of the title is a 1904 Darracq, entered by its owner in the annual London to Brigthon event, with thrills and spills along the way. We plan to present a range of classic films on a two montly basis from comedy to drama e.g. Ealing COmedies, Some Like it Hot, The Third Man etc. the running time for these is generally 1.5 hours. Tea/coffeee and biscuits will be provided. After our first showing we would like people to stay and chat, to suggest films that they would like to see next time and which day of the week would suit people best.
Visits to the sick
If you are going into hospital, please let the Parish Priest know so that if possible a visit can be arranged.
It is possible to bring Holy Communion to the sick and the housebound on a regular basis. Please ask the Parish Priest if you would like to arrange this.