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9th Oct. 2016 - 28th Sunday of the Year

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BULLETIN 771

 

9th Oct. 2016 – 28th Sunday of the Year

Day of Prayer for Prisoners & their Dependents

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

Hw. MASS 11.00a.m. Private Intention

 

MON. 10th Oct.                 St. Paulinus of York No Mass

              

TUES. 11th Oct.                Weekday/St. John XX111

                No Mass

                                            

WED. 12th  Oct.                St. Wilfrid

H.B. MASS 10.00a.m.

                                             Intention Canon Francis Kearney R.I.P.

                                            

THURS. 13th Oct.             Weekday/St. Edward the Confessor, King

Hw. MASS 10.00a.m.

Intention In Thanksgiving

 

FRI. 14th Oct.                    Weekday/St. Callistus Hw. MASS 10.00a.m. Intention Rev. Brian Mcamara R.I.P.

                             

SAT. 15th Oct.                   St. Teresa of Avila Hw. MASS 10.00a.m.

                                             Intention Rev. Paul Trinder R.I.P.

 

 

EVENTS THIS WEEK

Wed.               H.B. 3.00p.m. Messy Church Meeting

Thurs.             H.B. 7.00p.m. Forward Together in Hope 

 

 

 

Welcome to all our visitors

Parish Website: www.rcchurchhaltwhistle.co.uk

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

Collections for: 2rd Oct.

H.B. £138.80p; Catholic Education Service; £5;

Hw. £139.73p; Hall Hire £15.

 

Hw. Prayer Meeting

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.

 

200 Club Draw September

1st prize  No 58  Mavis Irwin; 2nd prize No 59  Philip Moore.

 

Magazine Rack – Just In

St. Pauls Online Store; Including You; EWTN media.

 

Galilee Talks

Sat. 15th Oct. H/ham St. Mary’s church hall. 11.l00a.m.

Sacraments: ¨Doing the Joined-Up Living”. Speaker Sr. Gemma.

 

Hw. Churches Together

Fri. Oct.21st  Methodist Hall Talk on Food Bank

Sat. Oct. 22nd Coffee morning for Food Bank. Methodist Hall.

 

More Dates to note

Fri. 28th Oct. 7.30p.m. Holy Cross

Highlights presents Capability Brown.

 

Hw. Bookings Clerk for St. Wilfrid’s

Urgent need of someone to undertake the above role opening church and hall for services and outside events. Contact Fr. Pyle.

 

Appeal for hosts to help house refugees

Do you have a spare room for a limited time? Would you like to help a homeless person? This project is supported by Diocesan Justice & Peace Council. Contact Vicki Harris 0191 231 3113.

See Northern Cross paper.

 

Allendale Valley Churches Together

Crafted Miracles. For details see poster.

 

Prisoners Sunday notes from Catholic Prison Charity

Pact (Prison Advice & Care Trust) magazine at back of church tells a Father’s story of imprisonment and the impact it has had on his family.

This year, on Sunday 11th October, as a Church we mark Prisoners’ Sunday. It is a day to direct our thoughts and prayers to prisoners, their families and their children. Prisoners’ Sunday is the occasion to make a difference and be there for those who most need our support.

 

Visit the Sick – Voices of Mercy

Thurs. 20th Oct. 7.00p.m. St. John Vianney, West Denton NE5 1DP.

See Notice Board.

 

Retreat Centre Needs You

More volunteers requested for Minsteracres. See Northern Cross Item.

 

Bishop Cunningham & Paul Mooney Concert

Sat. 22nd Oct. 7p.m. St. Mary’s Cathedral. Felling Male Vocie Choir and other N.E. top choirs.

 

Magnificat  - For Busy People

This monthly booklet containing readings and prayers for Mass is available free of change for another 10 months. Donated by a past parishioner. Anyone wishing to avail of this booklet which includes Morning and Evening prayers based on Liturgy see Fr. Pyle or the Veronica Yarwood.

 

North East News Item

Three ships are moored off the Tyne river – the subject of a recent TV news item. Paul Atkinson A.O.S. chaplain was interviewed regarding the seafarers welfare. The seafarers have been off shore for three months with little information when they will be able to return to their families.

Supporting them with our prayers and financial donations are important.

 

The last word

Hope is always locked into the present moment, imperfect as it is, because that is the only place where you meet the mystery of God.

 

A prayer for prisoners

 

It is so hard to get up when you feel you have dropped off not just God's radar, but everyone else's as well.

 It is hard to have faith when so many things seem to have gone wrong, when you are paralysed by fear of the future.

But this is not all that there is; the light of God's presence shines in the darkest place and cannot be overcome.

 

Loving Lord, you meet us wherever we are.

 Give to all those in prison the strength they need to survive each day and each night.

Set them free from the power of darkness, we beseech you.

 In Jesus' name, Amen.

 

 

 

 

 

Next Sunday 16th Oct. - 29th  Sunday of the Year

 

 

 


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