Newsletter – 28th October 2018

ST. JOSEPH’S, MOSSLEY – 28th October, 2018 – www.stjosephmossley.org.uk

200 CLUB – £25 K Glynn; £15 M Fitzpatrick; £10 B Hayes.
ANNIVERSARIES – David Graham, Claire Tallents
MASS TIMES THIS WEEK – 10am each day.
FEAST DAYS THIS WEEK – Monday- Ss Elizabeth and Zechariah; Tues- St Alphonsus; Sat- St Martin de Porres, St Winifride.
ALL SAINTS – Thursday. ALL SOULS – Friday.
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
MOSSLEY FOOD BANK – many thanks for the food left in the porch – really gratefully received – taken to the Food Bank – all single items of food welcome.
MEDITATION – our final meditation session is on Monday at 7.15 – 8.15pm in the parish room – all welcome.
PARISH LUNCH – a lovely occasion on Thursday – this time with a restaurant setting! Excellent traditional fare with mouthwatering deserts, all beautifully served. Our thanks to our chefs. Mentioning that the annual Christmas buffet will, this year, be at the end of November.
REMINDER – that we go to see Les Miserables on 11th March – money due Feb.
LAST NIGHT OF THE PROMS – with the Mossley Brass Band in the George Lawton Hall on 16th November.- in aid of Christie’s.
QIGONG (CHEEGONG) TASTER EVENING – we hope to have a date and evening for the event very soon. The list is still in the porch along with a list of the many benefits that Qigong that its practice brings. We will be the fittest parish in the diocese.
CLOCKS BACK – this weekend. Do enjoy the lie in..
HALF-TERM – for St Joseph’s – let’s hope the sun shines.
SGT DOMS 1940 VARIETY SHOW – presented by The Christie Allsorts- Friday 9th November at Sadleworth Criket Club – tickets £12.50 includes Pie Supper – see poster or ring Margaret Henshaw 07794833193
MOSSLEY CORRESPONDENT – a few copies in the porch.
BISHOP JOHN WRITES – ‘ Over the past four years I have resisted any use of the phrase ‘shortage of priests’ in this diocese, because, compared with every country in the world, we have a good number of priests for what is, geographically, a small diocese. But we are seeing a reduction in the number of priests in pastoral ministry. In the last four years 24 priests have retired in this diocese and seven have died in active ministry. Those thirty one priests have been replaced by six newly ordained and the transfer of one priest into the diocese. This imbalance is clearly estimated to continue in the next few years as we see more priests retiring than those being ordained.’
BE CAREFUL – how you go on Halloween – broomsticks for sale on piety stall!

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