Newsletter – 9th June 2013

ST. JOSEPH’S, MOSSLEY. 9th June, 2013 – www.stjosephmossley.org.uk

200 CLUB – £25 D Aylett; £15 M Connell; £10 J Buckley.

BAPTISM – we welcome Tommy Lee Vose into the family at St Joseph’s.

ANNIVERSARIES – Emma-Marie Buckley; Kitty Buckley

MASS TIMES THIS WEEK – 10am each day

FEASTS THIS WEEK – Tues- St Barnabas; Thurs – St Anthony of Padua.

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

CONFESSIONS – Saturdays at 10.30am and 6.10pm

FOOD PARCELS – many thanks – they have been passed on – including the parcel containing baby blankets, etc. Many thanks.

SACRAMENTAL PROGRAMME – for parents and children – next Sunday at 9am. First Holy Communions will take place on Sunday 23rd June, at a special Mass at 11.30am

PARISH WALK – next Sunday – meeting outside the church at 1.45. We will go by car to Carbrook – and the weather is looking good – low 70’s. Teresa is leading the walk; it should be good fun.

PARISH MAGAZINE – do send articles to thejosephian@aol.com. The editor is really pleased with the response – should be out at the end of the month

CLASSICAL CONCERT – on Wednesday 19th June at the Council Offices in the Park at 7.30pm by David Dosset. Tickets are £10

SCHMOOZY TIME – why not schmoozy in the Parish Room after Mass on Sunday whilst enjoying a cup of tea or coffee -and even cake!

SCHOOL RETURNS – on Monday. The children have had a lovely week.

ADVANCE NOTICE – on Sunday 30th June the Manchester Italian Association has its procession, leaving George Leigh Street at 1pm and walking via Corporation Street to Albert Square.

ANNIVERSARY OF THE DEDICATION OF THE CATHEDRAL – on Friday 15th June. St John’s was built in 1847 and named as a Cathedral on the restoration of the hierarchy and formation of the diocese in 1850.

SUNSHINE GALORE – what a perfect week; the sun has been smiling, people have been smiling, the flowers have been smiling, Mossley has been smiling! We just have to enjoy the moment.

RHUBARB – do help yourselves to the rhubarb growing in the back garden- we thought we had bid the plant farewell, but it clearly had second thoughts!

HOW LOVELY – ‘for the past eighty years (wrote the cellist Pablo Casals at the age of 93) I have started each day in the same manner…I go the the piano and I play two preludes and fugues of Bach. It is a sort of benediction on the house. It fills me with awareness of the wonder of life, with a feeling of the incredible marvel of being human.’

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