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25th Jan. 2015 – 3rd Sunday of the Year

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BULLETIN 689

25th Jan. 2015 – 3rd Sunday of the Year

Survive Miva Appeal

 

H.B. MASS 9.30a.m. People of the Parish

Hw. MASS 11.00a.m.

MON. 26th Jan.             Ss. Timothy & Titus No Mass

 

TUES. 27th Jan.            Weekday/St. Angela Merici

H.B. MASS 10.00a.m.

                                   

WED. 28th Jan.             St. Thomas Aquinas                  

H.B. MASS 10.00a.m.

                                                                       

THURS. 29th Jan.          Weekday  MASS 10.00a.m.

Intention Ad Dantis

 

FRI. 30th Jan.                  Weekday Hw. MASS 10.00a.m.

                                        Intention Northern Brethren Fund Benefactors

                       

SAT. 31st Jan.               St. John Bosco Hw. MASS 10.00a.m.     

                                              

EVENTS THIS WEEK

Mon.                 7.00p.m. H’ham St. Mary’s “Ignite”

Thurs.               12.00noon Winlaton Northern Brethren Fund Meeting


Collections for 18th Jan.

H.B. £92.70p; In Memory of Susan M. Owen £178.

Hw. £170.50p; Hall Hire £15.


Survive-Miva – Special Appeal

Today we welcome a representative of the Missionary Vehicle Association to speak about the only UK-based Catholic lay Association funding transport for the Church’s health and pastoral work in remote and under-developed parts of the world.

 

Magazine Rack – Just In

Side by Side; Awareness – Survive Miva; Café DVD resource.


C.T.Hw. Prayer Group
Meeting Mondays 10.30a.m. at Holy Cross Church. We pray for local issues as well as individual prayer requests. We hope you will join us.

Asylum Seekers
Collection of tea, tinned meat, and nappies .Thank you for your continual support. justiceandpeacerefugeeproject.com.


Ignit
Mon. 7.00p.m. – 8.30p.m. St. Mary’s Church Hall Hexham.
A special retreat session for young people organized by Youth Ministry Team. All welcome, don’t forget to bring along the youth.


Men’s Forum 2015

Wed. 4th February 7.00pm. Cost £7.50 per person.
Speaker: Mr. Christopher Roy-Toole to talk about his Great Uncle and the 4th Battalion of Northumberland Fusiliers at the Battle of the Lys in April 1918. Contact Pat Peace for attendance numbers


Latest Figures of Catholics
Fides news agency has quoted that the number of Catholics worldwide has increased by 15 million in a year.
Greatest increases were in Americas/Africa together with Asia, Europe and Oceania. Catholics comprise 17.49 per cent of the world population in 2012. While the number of priests declined in Europe the number of clergy world wide increased to 414,313. Cf Vatican Radio.

Church Action on Poverty
A Vigil Meal Sat. 14th Feb. 6.00p.m. St. Mary’s Parish Centre H’ham.
In the Gospel the disciples recognised Christ in the breaking of bread as they shared a meal.
On the evening of Valentine’s day, gathered round a meal, we will explore the kind of love 



Hw. Lenten Frugal Lunches
St Wilfrid's parishioners have been asked to prepare and serve Frugal Lunches on Wednesdays, 4th and 25th March at the Methodist Church Hall. Helpers need to arrive at 10am to start serving from 11.30am until 1.30pm. All ingredients are supplied.
Men from all churches are invited to volunteer to prepare and serve lunches on Wednesday, 11th March.
If you are able to help at any of these sessions then please give your name to Sheila Moore.


Ozanam Camp Holy Island
Summer 2015 is seeking new helpers – see letter on Notice Board.

Holocaust Memorial Day

Thurs. 27th January 2015 marks the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz Birkenau. This year will also be the 20th anniversary of the Genocide in Srebrenica, Bosnia Therefore it is particularly appropriate that the theme for this major anniversary year focuses on memory.

 



As we begin the New Year

Weep not for what you have lost,

fight for what you have.
Weep not for what is dead,

fight for what was born in you.
Weep not for the one who abandoned you,

fight for who is with you.
Weep not for those who hate you,

fight for those who want you.
Weep not for your past,

fight for your present struggle.
Weep not for your suffering,

fight for your happiness.
With things that are happening to us,

we begin to learn that nothing

is impossible to solve,

just move forward.

 

 

Next Sunday 1st Feb. – 4th Sunday of the Year

Education Sunday (Special Collection)

 

 

 

 

 

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