Newsletter – 11 June 2017

ST. JOSEPH’S, MOSSLEY – 11th June, 2017 –

200 CLUB – £25 D Buchanan; £15 T Davis; £10 E Holmes
REQUIEM MASS – for Catherine Wright is on Wednesday at 10am
FUNERAL SERVICE – for Pamela Ashton is on Thursday at 12.30pm
MASS TIMES THIS WEEK – 10am each day.
FEASTS THIS WEEK – Tues- St Anthony of Padua; Wed- St Methodius; Thurs- St Vitus; Fri- St Aurelian
ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT – is on Friday at 9 till 10am
CONFESSIONS – Saturdays after 10.30am Mass and at 6.10pm
TEA AND COFFEE – in the parish room after Mass- access through sacristy.
SUMMER PARISH LUNCH – is on Wednesday 12th July.
WHIT FRIDAY PROCESSION – went off well – the heavens were kind until the last four minutes! So grateful for all the help given in so many ways.
HOLDING BACK THE TEARS – of laughter, that is. Our outing to the theatre on Wednesday did not disappoint; the play was incredibly funny from start to finish, and all in all, it was an excellent outing.
ON WEDNESDAY – we go to see La Cage aux Folles – and we have been assured that it is an excellent production. The coach will leave at 6.15pm from Stamford Street – opposite the Market Place.
PRE CHRISTMAS OUTING – in December there is a production of ‘Guys and Dolls’ at the Royal Exchange Theatre – unforgettable songs including Luck be a Lady, Sit down you’re rocking the boat, and the irresistibly infectious title number. Will leave a list out next week.
MEDITATION – during the month of June there will be meditation in the parish room from 7.15 till 8.15pm. All welcome.
CAFOD-RUN – any money yet to come in can be left in the sacristy.
MONDAY WALK – this Monday discover the moorland above Carrbrook on a strenuous 4 mile walk with Paul Nethercott – 7.15-9.30pm – Castle Clough car park, Carrbrook
RED MISSION BOXES – will be emptied between 4th and 18th June.
SHE’S STILL A LITTLE SHY – exclaimed the wine buff sipping a large glass of claret; and, the same can be said for the sun, hiding and peeping this past week.
It seems that the future is rosey with people talking about temperatures in the 20’s at the end of the week. One parishioner confided that he really liked the rain.
THE BAND CONTEST – enjoyed a dry evening and everyone was in good humour. (those imbibing didn’t have a completely dry evening!)
ALMOST FORGOT! – FATHER’S DAY! – congratulations and all blessings
BIDDIE McGRATH – ‘ may you be in heaven half an hour before the devil knows your’re dead!’
FATHER’S DAY BEST BUYS – best steak- Aldi Aberdeen Angus sirloin steak. Best burgers- M and S ultimate steak burgers. Best trifle- Sainsbury’s taste the difference sherry trifles. Best vanilla ice cream- Sainsbury’s Madagascon vanilla. Best hot cross buns – Aldi -!!!!!!!!!!!!

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