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11th Oct. 2015 - 28th Sunday of the Year

posted 4 Oct 2015, 07:33 by StJohns Annitsford   [ updated 4 Oct 2015, 07:37 ]

BULLETIN 719

     H.B. MASS 9.30a.m. 

Hw. MASS 11.00a.m. People of the Parish

 

MON.12th  Oct.                 St. Wilfrid  

TUES. 13th Oct.                 St. Edward the Confessor                

WED. 14th Oct.                 St. Callistus

THURS.15th Oct.              St. Teresa of Jesus        

FRI. 16th Oct.                    St. Hedwig; St. Margaret Mary Alacoque;

SAT.17th Oct.                    St. Ignatius of Antioch                  


Welcome to all our visitors

Diocesan Website: www.rcdhn.org.uk/parishsites.htm

Hw. Churches Together Prayer Group

Mon. 10.30a.m. Holy Cross church. Praying for local issues, world issues and individual requests; giving thanks for the joys of life.

All welcome.

Circle Dance group

 Tues 1.30pm to 3.30 pm in St Wilfrid's Hall. All welcome.

Proclaim’15

Building Missionary Parishes is a name of a new national Bishops’ initiative launched this summer to support the development of parish evangelization. Inspired by Pope Francis’ writing. More details in the coming months. www.catholicnews.org.uk/proclaim15.

Hexham Galilee Talks Resume

Sat. 10th Oct. 11a.m. St. Mary’s H/ham.

Suffering & Love by Professor Karen Kilby. See poster

Further talks – Assisted Suicide Sat. 17th Oct.

God’s Creation – God’s Justice

17th Oct. Day of Reflection by Fr. Chris Hughes. St. Aidan’s, Holy Island.

Called to the Supper of the Lamb

Sat. 17th Oct. Day of Reflection for Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion. St. Joseph’s Parish Hall, Gateshead. 10.30a.m.

‘Exploring the hidden depth of the Lord’s Prayer’

Sat. 17th Oct. St. Anthony’s Priory, Durham.

I am the Door – Enter In

31st Oct. Ushaw College with Bishop Brian Noble Prayerful preparation for the ‘Year of Mercy’.

Diocesan Day of Recollection

Sat. 31st Oct. Annual. St. Joseph’s Parish Hall, Gateshead.

Rev. John Farrell OP ‘What is it to be a Christian?”

  A Note from  Paula in H/whistle 

        "When Pope Francis said Mass recently in Havana's Revolution Square, there are two prophecies that will have come true thanks in part to Francis' secret diplomacy.

         Pope John Paul's prophecy in 1998 was that "Cuba will open itself to the world and the world will open itself to Cuba."

         And one attributed to Fidel Castro in 1973 was that "The United States will sit down and talk with us when it has a black president and the world has a Latin American Pope."

Parishes Support Accountant

Andrea Emson has been appointed by the diocese to provide support for parishes on financial accounting.

Message from Beth

Tues. 6th October at 7pm in St Wilfrid's Church.

Anyone wanting to practice new music or bring something they want to sing or simply worship in music will be very welcome.

Charity Christmas Cards

Apostleship of the Sea; Catholic Printing; Aid to the Church in Need; Cafod.

Time & Talents Afternoon Tea

18th Oct. Holy Cross church. All welcome.

Thoughts for the week

If the only prayer you ever say in your entire life is ‘Thank You,’ it will be enough.  Meister Eckhart German Mystic.

Guardian Angel Prayer

Angel of God, My guardian dear, To Whom His Love, commits me here, Every this day, Be at my side, To light and guard, To rule and guide. Amen.

You Never Passed Me By

I Love You my lord, You make me smile when I feel like crying.

You wipe away each tear from my eyes when I’m feeling down.

You give me strength and hope, when I feel Your loving arms around me, the tenderness of your touch, fills my heart with a love I never knew.

I love You my Lord, this new-found love is beyond imagination.

I just cannot find the words to express the way I feel within me.

It is so wonderful to know that You are always by my side And I shall never forget that it was for me and all Your children that You died. 

Jesus Christ; You are the king on high.

You are the only one, on whom I can rely And during those times when I have let You down

O, Lord Jesus never once did You ever pass me by.

Gordon Bell.


Next Sunday: Twenty-Ninth Sunday of the Year:

Celebrant Rev. Fr. Christopher Warren

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