Newsletter – 4th November 2012

ST. JOSEPH’S, MOSSLEY – 4th November, 2012 – www.stjosephmossley.org.uk

200 CLUB – £25 V Timperley; £15 H Moss; £10 C Barber

LATELY DEAD – Ann Moran. May she rest in peace.

ANNIVERSARIES – Margaret Scully and Eileen Barker.

BAPTISMS – we welcome Elsie Louise Foley-Turner and Leo Karl Jones into the family at St Joseph’s.

MASS TIMES THIS WEEK -each day at 10am (including Sundays) Saturday vigil at 6.30pm.

FEASTS THIS WEEK – Wed- St Willibrord; Sat- St Leo.

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

CONFESSIONS – Saturdays at 10.30am and 6.10pm

CHOCOLATES – would be gratefully received by Bernadette for the tombola and can be given to her directly or left in the porch.

CHRISTMAS FAIR (17TH NOV) – items can be left in the church and presbytery porches (hope we are not committing the sin of presumption!). A good samaritan has produced some excellent posters for the Fair and parishioners might like to leave one in their local shops – some can be found in the church porch.

THIS WEDNESDAY – Nano Nagle (Foundress of the Presentation Sisters), the Lady of the Lantern, is the subject of a talk about her life at St Annes, Ashton Old Road, on Wednesday at 7pm.

WELCOME BACK TO THE DEANERY – on the first Sunday of Advent Fr Michael Flemming, will take up an appointment as parish priest of Holy Family, Limeside, and Holy Rosary, Oldham. We wish him well.

LION KING OUTING – ticket money can be left in the sacristy – £44.

SACRAMENTAL PROGRAMME – next meeting – Sunday 18th November.

LECTIO DIVINA – starting on Monday 12th November, 7.30-8.30pm in the presbytery, a prayerful hour with a passage of scripture. All welcome

FESTIVE CARDS AND GIFTS – on the Piety Stall at competitive prices.

NOVEMBER CHILL – chattering of teeth could be heard in Mossley this past week, though the devastation caused by Cyclone Sandy, put paid to any complaint about vargaries of the weather. The sun did salute and bless us on Friday, if briefly, and resembling the frosty smile of a monarch. But the temperature has plummeted. We understand that later in the month work might well begin on the meeting room – fingers crossed. The sacristy has just had a lick of paint.

BOOK OF DECEASED – there is a book in the sanctuary for us to enter the names of our deceased relations, friends and parishioners, whom we would like to remember and to be prayed for at Mass each day during November.

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