Newsletter – 10th March 2019

ST. JOSEPH’S, MOSSLEY – 10th March, 2019 – www.stjosephmossley.org.uk

200 CLUB – £25 A Ratchford; £15 J Timperley; £10 C Metcalf
DONATION – £200.00 Many thanks
LATELY DEAD – Alwin Howard-Cofield, Joseph Gildart.
ANNIVERSARIES – Pat Armfield, Kathleen Garside, John Cameron, Adrian Moss.
FUNERAL SERVICE – for Anthony Leach is on Thursday at 3.30pm at Dukinfield Crematorium.
FUNERAL SERVICE – for Joseph Gildart is on Wednesday 20th March at 10.30am at Dukinfield Crematorium.
MASS TIMES THIS WEEK – 10am each day
FEASTS THIS WEEK – Wed- St Euphrasia, Fri- St Louise de Mariliac.
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 BANK – a big thank you again for the food left in the porch and taken to the Food Bank on Thursday – ever so pleased – all single items welcome.
DEANERY STATION MASS – this Tuesday at Corpus Christi, Hollinwood, at 7.30pm.
MEDITATION DURING LENT – Monday at 7.15 till 8.15pm in the parish room
STATIONS OF THE CROSS DURING LENT – Wednesday at 7.pm
XIGONG CLASS – Thursdays at 7.15 till 8.15pm
LES MISERABLES – we go to the Palace Theatre on Monday to see the show – the coach will leave the bus stop by the Market Place at 6.15pm-a treat awaits.
RED BOXES – we have now started our trial of only two collections this year. You can still have yours emptied before May, by leaving it in the porch and I will return it once emptied. Quarterly magazines will soon be available – do take one. If anyone wishes to take a red mission box, please see me. Thanks, Sue Glynn.
REMINDER – we go to see the King and I at the Opera House on Tuesday 30th April (feast of St George) – will collect the money next month.
NOT A GOOD WEEK – for hanging out the washing – though Tuesday had its moments – one parishioner cautions against putting out bedding plants until late in May. But, who knows, April could be a scorcher – but, we have delayed ordering palm trees for the front of the church.
HUGH LAVERY – ‘The word ‘Lent’ has a bleak inflection and the season comes before the swallow dares. We do not live by the head but by the heart, and it is to the heart that Jesus speaks. Lent is for a change of heart, a revision of values. Jesus does not underrate the need for bread. He merely insists that it is not enough A nation needs its Lent for learning and a lean time can be a season for health.’
GERARD HUGHES -‘Deliver us, Lord, from every form of self-righteousness, from every trace of satisfaction in our condemnation of another. Show us our own sinfulness so that knowing the depths of your forgiveness and the tenderness of your love, we may bear witness to your loving mercy in all our dealings.’

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