Newsletter – 2nd April 2017

ST. JOSEPH’S, MOSSLEY – 2nd April, 2017 – www.stjosephmossley.org.uk

200 CLUB – £25 W Moss; £15 L Gee; £10 B Hayes
LATELY DEAD – Arthur Kitson
ANNIVERSARIES – Kathleen Broe, Frank Schofield, Dr Peter Morris and Thomas Booth (Birthday Anniversaries)
MASS TIMES THIS WEEK – 10am each day.
FEASTS THIS WEEK – Mon-St Richard, Tues-St Isidore; Wed-St Vincent; Fri-St John Baptist de la Salle; Sat- St Dionysius.
MEDITATION DURING LENT – Monday at 7.15 to 8.15pm in the parish room- all welcome. This will be our final gathering.
LENTEN DEANERY STATION MASS – this Tuesday at 7.30pm is at St Anne’s (Our Lady of the Angels), Burlington Street, Ashton.
STATIONS OF THE CROSS – Thursday at 7pm
LENTEN PENANCE/RECONCILIATION SERVICE – is on Monday 10th April at 7.30pm
ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT – Fridays at 9-10am
CONFESSIONS – Saturday after 10am Mass and at 6.10pm
TEA AND COFFEE – in the parish room after Mass – access through sacristy.
LA CAGE AUX FOLLES – we have booked the tickets for this musical appearing at the Lowry for Wednesday 14th June. The cost will be £39 including transport and can be paid for in May. It should be a great evening.
OUTING TO CHESTER – we are set to visit Chester on Sunday 14th May, leaving St Joseph’s at 12.30pm and returning around 6pm. The cost is £5 and there is a list in the porch. Children, of course, will travel free.
A NIGHT AT THE GEORGE LAWTON – Cll Irene Raddings and Cll Greg Brett invite us to a Charity Night – Childflight and the Mayor’s Charities – tickets are £10 – Saturday 10th April at 7.30pm -see the poster in the porch
PALM SUNDAY – next Sunday.
THE SCHOOL – finished on Friday for two weeks pre-Easter holidays
LIVING FAITH BOOKLETS – are available in the porch – 50p
AND INTO APRIL – the month of the greening of the trees, and sudden late frosts. Country Lore spoke of ‘blackthorn winter’ at this time of the year when a warm spell is cut short by a cold snap. We are all hoping that Easter will be sunny.
SHORT PASTORAL LETTER FROM THE BISHOP — mentioning that the consultation has now closed and that ‘the various proposals put forward must now begin to be gradually implemented.’
ANYONE FOR NETTLES – Rose Prince has been extolling the virtues of the said plant. ‘Nettles are highly nutritious, packed with iron and have anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties. We should be eating them- they are food free. Once heated,the leaves (you do not eat the stalks) lose their sting. They taste like a grassy spinach – very delicious in soup or stir fried and added to pasta.’
HALO POLISHING – The perfect time for giving the halo a make-over!

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