Newsletter – 24th June 2018

ST. JOSEPH’S, MOSSLEY – 24th June, 2018 – www.stjosephmossley.org.uk

200 CLUB – 25 M Hulston; 15 J Timperley; 10 E O’Neil
LATELY DEAD – Doris Zidon, Anne Miskelly, Eileen Hayden
ANNIVERSARIES – Dr Peter Morris; Margaret O’Driscoll, Dorothy O’Neil, Kieran Cox.
REQUIEM MASS – for Doris Zidon is on Wednesday 11th July at 10am
MASS TIMES THIS WEEK – 10am each day.
FEASTS THIS WEEK – Tues-St Rudolph, Wed-St Cyril of Alexandria, Thurs-St Irenaeus, Fri-SsPeter and Paul, Sat-First Martyrs of the Church of Rome.
ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT – Friday at 9 till 10am
CONFESSIONS – Saturday after 10am Mass and at 6.10pm
TEA AND COFFEE – in the parish room after Mass – access through sacristy.
FOOD PARCELS – many thanks for the food left in the porch – taken to the Mossley Food Bank on Thursday – all single items of food welcome.
HANGING BASKETS AND GARDEN COMPETITION – forms to participate are in the porch – judging takes place at the end of July- speak to Dean Aylett for more details.
ST ANTHONY OF PADUA PRAYER CARDS – available in the porch.
CAFOD PICNIC AND WALK – Sunday 1st July at 1pm at Alexandra Park, Kings Road, Oldham, meeting close to the boat house cafe by Park Rd Entrance.
FLAMING JUNE – is living up to its reputation; let’s hope that the good weather will renew and refresh us all.
VACANCIES – we have, once again, a couple of vacancies on the Governing Body of St Joseph’s, School. Do mention it if you feel that it is something you would like to undertake. The role isn’t overly onerous and is quite interesting, besides being a valuable service to the parish, the school and the community.
QUITE ASTONISHING – to know that in the century before 1630, 75,000 people were hanged, and the cruelty of the executions, even by international contemporary standards, is beyond belief.
RUTH BURROWS – ‘People who show up splendidly in crises can prove self-centred and childish in the ordinary rough and tumble of life. If we are looking for real heroism, the sort of heroism Jesus displayed, then we are likely to find it in some very ordinary man and woman, getting on with the job of living, totally unaware that they are doing anything remarkable and completely without pretension.’
AGEING GRACEFULLY – ‘Grant, O Lord, that the years that are left may be the holiest, the most loving and the most mature. I thank you for the past and especially that you have kept the good wine until now.’ George Appleton.
LES MISERABLES – is on at the Palace Theatre 19th February till 30th March. There has been a huge demand for tickets which are selling like hot cakes. Do put your name on the list in the porch if you would like to go. Mowtown is on at the Opera House – also in March.

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