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25th Oct. 2015 - 30th Sunday of the Year

posted 24 Oct 2015, 12:18 by St Wilfrid RC Haltwhistle   [ updated 27 Oct 2015, 07:27 by Jerry Laidler ]

BULLETIN 721

 


Special Collection for the Clergy Training Fund

 

H.B. MASS 9.30a.m.

Hw. MASS 11.00a.m.

 

MON. 26th Oct.                 Ss. Chad & Chedd Bps.

TUES.27th Oct.                  Weekday                

WED. 28th Oct.                 Ss. Simon & Jude, Apostles Feast

THURS. 29th Oct.             Weekday            

FRI. 30th Oct.                    The Martyrs of Douai College

                                             H.B. 11.00a.m. Funeral Mass

Margaret Parker R.I.P.    

SAT. 31th Oct.                   Weekday Hw. MASS 10.00a.m.

                               

EVENTS THIS WEEK

Welcome Celebrant Fr. Christopher Warren

H.B. today orders for Tradecraft. See below

N.B.     Fri. Funeral Mass see above

 

Welcome to all our visitors

 

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

 

The Martyrs of Douai College

Douai College in France was founded in 1568 after the suppression of Catholicism in England. Over 500 priests were trained for the English mission. Over 160 were martyred and all beatified in 1929. The college moved to Ware and St. Cuthbert’s Ushaw in 18th century.

 

Asylum Seekers

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

 

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. 1.30p.m. – 3.30p.m. St. Wilfrid’s Hall.

 

New Reading/Offertory Rota

Now available at back of church and on parish website.

 

Christmas Card Charities

Preparing for Christmas – selection of charity cards at back of the church including The Catholic Printing Company; Apostleship of the Sea; Aid to Church in Need.

 

H.B. Traidcraft Christmas cards

Today. Pat will be taking orders. There will be a Traidcraft and Sharing Fair stall on Sunday November 29th.

 

Forthcoming  Events

Recruitment

Recruiting School governors – see poster.

 

Laudato Si

Wed. 28th Oct. 1.45p.m. – 4.00p.m. St. Wilfrid’s church hall. Discussing Pope Francis on – “Care for our common home”.

Bible Sunday

Today we celebrate the joy of encountering Jesus through the Scriptures and sharing that experience. 9 out of 10 adults have no regular engagement with the Bible. 45% of children never read or hear Bible stories. The value of the Bible lies in its use. We must use it or lose it. Let’s keep the message of the Bible alive for future generations. Let’s pass it on.

 

I am the Door – Enter In

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

 

Hw. Men’s Forum

4th Nov. Speakers: Pam & Ken Linge. Topic Thiepval Memorial which is located in Northern France, commemorating 72,195 men from the British and South African Regiments who died in the"Somme"

Venue Methodist church 7.00p.m. Cost £8. Contact Pat Peace.

 

Hexham Galilee Talks

Sat. 21st Nov. 11.00a.m. St. Mary’s H/Ham

Re-Evangelising our Parishes. Speaker Fr. Marcus Holden.

 

Greenhead Festival of Angels

Invitation from St. Cuthbert’s church to participate in this event in December. Those who partake are offered the chance to advertise contact details on their group/church – Christmas services e.g.

The hope is to display as many different Angels, or as much angel inspired artwork as possible; bought, homemade, family heirlooms, toys or pictures. The editor has a few ideas if anyone is interested!

 

Hw. Songs of Praise

1st Tues. of the month. St. Wilfrid’s hall. 7.00p.m. All welcome.

 

H.B. Funeral Notice

Margaret Parker of Shaftoe Tce. R.I.P

Funeral St John of Beverley church at 11am on Friday October 30th. All welcome to celebrate her life.

Bible Sunday

Prayer  Based on Psalm 19

 

 God, your glory fills the heavens

and all that you have made bears your mark.

 We pray for this creation:

we ask forgiveness for the ways in which

 we have disfigured it;

we pray for those who cannot enjoy the

warm sun or the cool night,

those who are imprisoned or alone those

 who are ill or infirm those who mourn.

Use all of us, our hearts, our hands,

 to bring your wondrous power into their lives.

 Let us glorify you, O God.

 Let your hymn resound in our lives.

 

 

Next Sunday: 1st Nov. All Saints’ Day
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