Newsletter – 7 October 2012

ST. JOSEPH’S, MOSSLEY – 6/7 October, 2012 – www.stjosephmossley.org.uk

200 CLUB – £25 K McDermot; £15 J Pegler; £10 B Hayes.

LATELY DEAD – Margaret Buckley and Tom Goulding. Margaret’s Requiem Mass will be on Tuesday at 10am and Reception into Church on Monday Evening at 7pm.

ANNIVERSARIES – Kathryn Smith; James Nelson (birthday anniversary)

MASSES THIS WEEK 10am each day

FEASTS THIS WEEK – Tues- Bl. John Henry Newman; Wed-St Paulinus; Fri- St Wilfred; Sat- St Edward the Confessor.

ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT – Fridays at 9-10am

CONFESSIONS – Saturdays at 10.30am and 6.10pm.

MISSION BOXES – thanks to everyone who helped collect £313.60 this last quarter. Also, there is a opening for a ‘collector’ on the Micklehurst side of Mossley. Anyone interested, please contact Sue Glynn.

CAFOD AUTUMN FAST – there is a box in the porch in which to place our donations or envelopes for Cafod- nothing is too little to give.

THE MAYOR’S CHARITY – THREE COUNTIES – DISCO & DINNER

On Saturday 20th October – tickets £17.50 – contact Doreen 833983

SACRAMENTAL PROGRAMME – meeting for parents on Wednesday, 17th October, at 6.45pm in church.

CHANGE IN MASS TIME – as mentioned last week, on 28th October, when the clocks go back, we will move the 9.30 Mass back to 10am. It shoud be a more agreeable time during the winter months.

CATHOLIC PAPER – once again there are free copies of a Catholic paper in the porch that have been sent to us.

CHRISTMAS FAIR (17th November) – a list in the porch of the various stalls – do add your name if you would like to help out.

MASSES – just mentioning that the Mass intentions are left on the Prayer Board in the porch. Just say on what day you would like the Mass to be said.

LINKS PAGE – on the website may be useful. A parishioners was saying that she finds the Notting Hill Carmelite’s talks really helpful. Also, a new Catholic Internet Radio Station is now broadcasting – www.hguh.co.uk – daily Mass, prayers, interviews, music, news, etc.

EELS – she was stewing eels in the kitchen, and he kissed her before she could move. Leaning across the pan to salute her, he was head over eels in love!

A TRIUMPH – the outing to Sister Act was truly enjoyable. The cast received a standing ovation for a ripping and rousing production. In a couple of weeks we will collect the money for The Lion King (Feb 19) – slightly more expensive – £43 including transport).

MEDITATION – Monday at 7.30pm

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