Newsletter – 22 April 2012

ST. JOSEPH’S, MOSSLEY – 21/22 April, 2012 –

200 CLUB – £25 M Buckley; £15 J Buckley; £10 S Jinks

LATELY DEAD – Patrick Crowley. May he rest in peace.

ANNIVERSARIES – Wayne Jeffries.

MASS TIMES THIS WEEK – 10am each day, but on Wednesday we have a Requiem Mass at 11am for Patrick Crowley.

FEASTS THIS WEEK – Monday – St George, Patron of England; Wednesday-

St Mark, evangelist


CONFESSIONS – Saturdays at 10.30am and 6.10pm.

SACRAMENTAL PROGRAMME – after the 9.30am Mass.

NEXT PARISH LUNCH – will be on Thursday 10th May

OLYMPIC PREPARTIONS – Our school is part of the Salford Diocese Relay of Prayer, and the Relay flame arrived at the school from Holy Rosary, Fitton Hill, on Friday, and left, in heavy rain, to be taken to Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Ashton.

ST. JOSEPH’S SCHOOL – will be 80 years old in May, and would welcome any photos, memorabilia or memories you would like to lend or share.

SISTER ACT and THE LION KING – our two next theatre outings.Sister Act -25th Sept to 6th Oct; The Lion King (seen by 65 million people worldwide) – 6th Dec-31st March. More details later.

GIFTS AND CARDS – for Confirmation and First Holy Communion at the back of church.

BRO ROGER -who was Prior of Taize (sadly stabbed to death) wrote:’ There are only beautiful faces, be they sad or radiant. My life is discerning in others what is ravishing them, what rejoices them; it lies in communicating with the suffering and joy of people. Ever since I was a youth, my desire has never been to condemn. For me the essential, in the presence of some other person, has always been to understand him fully. What I manage to understand somebody, that is already a festival.’

ABRAHAM HESCHEL- ‘ I did not ask for success: I asked for wonder.’

SUNSHINE AND SHOWERS – we have been well baptised this past week, and most of us have surely been caught in a downpour; few tears will be shed when we reach the end of the month. When the heat finally arrives we will be ecstatic; sales of sun cream must be at an all time low. A gentleman phoning from Knott End assured me that they were frying eggs on the pavement during the past week. It has been really lovely singing the Easter hymns, and clearly

‘Thine be the Glory’ is a great favourite. Keep singing out! Poor St George takes a back seat, though artists love painting his horse and the dragon.

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