Tuesday, 26 January 2021

Statistics for the weekend of 23/24 January


The Mass figures for the weekend January 23/24


The figure in brackets the lower end of how many 'units' can attend. A unit can be one single person, or a whole family/household/bubble - or even those who have travelled together in the same car. So the figure in the brackets can increase. So in Shepton it may be only that 40 single people attend, but if they are in bubbles/families/households/cars, then the number can be much larger.

NOTE: some Mass times have changed.

Wells Saturday 6.00pm - 36 (34) - up 14
Glastonbury Saturday 6.00pm - 25 (50) - up 3
Cheddar Sunday 9.00am - 12 (25) - up 2
Shepton Sunday 9.00am - 11 (40) - down 11
Wells Sunday 10.30am - 27 (34) - up 5
Glastonbury Sunday 10.30am - 25 (50) - down 18
Cheddar Sunday 11am - 0 (25) - SUSPENDED
Glastonbury Sunday 12.15 - 25 (50) - down 23



Our numbers this weekend were down 28 on the weekend before over the four parishes. 

Since "Lockdown 2" the numbers have been  189, 176, 201, 252, 259, 237, 244.

161 people came to Mass in total this weekend. Our Mass figures would normally have been 573. We are running at 28%.


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Four point rolling average 181.



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Data based on four point simple rolling average:




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[For those interested in statistical analysis, I have started using a four point simple rolling average. This should iron out statistical inconsistencies and give a clearer view of the trends within the four parishes as a whole. If for whatever reason the numbers are inflated or deflated for one weekend, four point rolling averages help to level out these outliers.]

Friday, 22 January 2021

Bulletin for the weekend 23/24 January

 




Year of St Joseph

 The Memorare to St Joseph




Remember, O most pure spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 

my great protector, Saint Joseph, 

that no one ever had recourse to your protection, 

or implored your aid without obtaining relief. 

Confiding therefore in your goodness, I come before you. 

Do not turn down my petitions, foster father of the Redeemer, 

but graciously receive them. 

Amen. 


Thursday, 21 January 2021

Year of Saint Joseph

 

The Morning Offering

through

St Joseph 

 

Receive me, dear and chosen Father, and the offering of every
movement of my body and soul, which I desire to present
through thee to my blessed Lord.

 

Purify all! Make all a perfect holocaust! May every pulsation
of my heart be a Spiritual Communion, every look and
thought an act of love, every action a sweet sacrifice,
every word an arrow of Divine love, every step
an advance toward Jesus, every visit to Our Lord as
pleasing to God as the errands of Angels, every thought
of thee, dear Saint, an act to remind thee that I am thy child.

 

I recommend to thee the occasions in which I usually fail,
particularly . . . [Mention these]. Accept each little devotion
of the day, though replete with imperfection, and offer it
to Jesus, Whose mercy will overlook all, since He
regards not so much the gift as the love of the giver.

Amen.

 

Monday, 18 January 2021

Statistics for the weekend of 16/17 January 2021


The Mass figures for the weekend January 16/17


The figure in brackets the lower end of how many 'units' can attend. A unit can be one single person, or a whole family/household/bubble - or even those who have travelled together in the same car. So the figure in the brackets can increase. So in Shepton it may be only that 40 single people attend, but if they are in bubbles/families/households/cars, then the number can be much larger.

NOTE: some Mass times have changed.

Wells Saturday 6.00pm - 22 (34) - no change
Glastonbury Saturday 6.00pm - 22 (50) - up 4
Cheddar Sunday 9.00am - 10 (25) - down 1
Shepton Sunday 9.00am - 22 (40) - up 2
Wells Sunday 10.30am - 22 (34) - down 6
Glastonbury Sunday 10.30am - 43 (50) - up 15
Cheddar Sunday 11am - 0 (25) - SUSPENDED
Glastonbury Sunday 12.15 - 48 (50) - down 1



Our numbers this weekend were up 13 on the weekend before over the four parishes. 

Since "Lockdown 2" the numbers have been 176, 201, 252, 259, 237, 244.

189 people came to Mass in total this weekend. Our Mass figures would normally have been 573. We are running at 33%.


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Four point rolling average 204.



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Data based on four point simple rolling average:




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[For those interested in statistical analysis, I have started using a four point simple rolling average. This should iron out statistical inconsistencies and give a clearer view of the trends within the four parishes as a whole. If for whatever reason the numbers are inflated or deflated for one weekend, four point rolling averages help to level out these outliers.]

Sunday, 10 January 2021

Statistics for weekend of 9/10 January


 The Mass figures for the weekend January 9/10


The figure in brackets the lower end of how many 'units' can attend. A unit can be one single person, or a whole family/household/bubble - or even those who have travelled together in the same car. So the figure in the brackets can increase. So in Shepton it may be only that 40 single people attend, but if they are in bubbles/families/households/cars, then the number can be much larger.

NOTE: some Mass times have changed.

Wells Saturday 6.00pm - 22 (34) - down 14
Glastonbury Saturday 6.00pm - 18 (50) - down 12
Cheddar Sunday 9.00am - 11 (25) - down 1
Shepton Sunday 9.00am - 20 (40) - up 2
Wells Sunday 10.30am - 28 (34) - up 9
Glastonbury Sunday 10.30am - 28 (50) - down 8
Cheddar Sunday 11am - 3 (25) - no change
Glastonbury Sunday 12.15 - 49 (50) - down 1



Our numbers this weekend were down 25 on the weekend before over the four parishes. 

Since "Lockdown 2" the numbers have been 201, 252, 259, 237, 244.

176 people came to Mass in total this weekend. Our Mass figures would normally have been 573. We are running at 31%.


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Four point rolling average 222.



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Data based on four point simple rolling average:




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[For those interested in statistical analysis, I have started using a four point simple rolling average. This should iron out statistical inconsistencies and give a clearer view of the trends within the four parishes as a whole. If for whatever reason the numbers are inflated or deflated for one weekend, four point rolling averages help to level out these outliers.]

Tuesday, 5 January 2021

Still Open

 After the announcements last night, we are happy to say that we are still open. 


Please do not attend Holy Mass if you feel unwell, but otherwise the Mass times remain the same. 



Monday, 4 January 2021

Statistics for 2/3 January 2021

The Mass figures for the weekend January 2/3


The figure in brackets the lower end of how many 'units' can attend. A unit can be one single person, or a whole family/household/bubble - or even those who have travelled together in the same car. So the figure in the brackets can increase. So in Shepton it may be only that 40 single people attend, but if they are in bubbles/families/households/cars, then the number can be much larger.

NOTE: some Mass times have changed.

Wells Saturday 6.00pm - 36 (34) - up 17
Glastonbury Saturday 6.00pm - 30 (50) - up 11
Cheddar Sunday 9.00am - 12 (25) - down 13
Shepton Sunday 9.00am - 18 (40) - down 9
Wells Sunday 10.30am - 19 (34) - down 20
Glastonbury Sunday 10.30am - 36 (50) - no change
Cheddar Sunday 11am - 3 (25) - no change
Glastonbury Sunday 12.15 - 50 (50) - down 18



Our numbers this weekend were down 51 on the weekend before over the four parishes. 

Since "Lockdown 2" the numbers have been 252, 259, 237, 244.

201 people came to Mass in total this weekend. Our Mass figures would normally have been 573. We are running at 35%.


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Four point rolling average 237.



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Data based on four point simple rolling average:




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[For those interested in statistical analysis, I have started using a four point simple rolling average. This should iron out statistical inconsistencies and give a clearer view of the trends within the four parishes as a whole. If for whatever reason the numbers are inflated or deflated for one weekend, four point rolling averages help to level out these outliers.]

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