© Llay/Rossett Parish 2019
Llay - Rossett Parish Wrexham, North Wales

Our New Directory and Year Book

2019

Available from the back at £3.50 – a fund of information on the parishes, Dioceses and organisations etc. of the Catholic Church in Wales. Church Cleaners We are in need of a further team to help clean our church in Llay. We are asking for volunteers, male or female, from either Llay or Rossett to help with this task. Please contact the parish office or Canon.

Our next PAC Meeting

This will be on Monday, 11th November, 2019 at 7pm in Llay. Do make a note of it More Readers Readers are desperately needed for the 6pm Mass on Saturday in Llay. What is a “Reader” - The Liturgy Office of the Bishops Conference of England & Wales states: “God speaks to the assembly through them, and, the impact of God’s message will depend significantly on their conviction, their preparation, and their delivery. The reader has responsibility for not simply reading the word, but assisting the assembly to hear the word.” If you would like to take part in this ministry, for any Mass, please contact Canon.

Why not sign a “Gift Aid” Form?

If you are a tax payer do, please, sign a “gift-aid” form. This takes only a few moments to do, it costs you nothing, but greatly enhances the value of what you give by allowing the parish to claim back the tax on your donation. Just see the priest if interested. And another reminder please do use your offertory envelopes for your giving!! PAC Minutes Copies of the latest PAC minutes can be found at the back.

“Mission Today”- Special Edition

There are extra copies of the Autumn 2019 edition of this FREE magazine (of “Missio” and the little “Red Boxes”) available from the back. It contains a short daily reflection for every day of October. Do take one – and use it.

“Missio” Book Marker/Prayer Cards

These, too, are available from the back. Do take one (or more!).

EVENTS FOR YOUR DIARY

HMP Berwyn

Mass is celebrated every Saturday at HMP Berwyn at 10.00am. It is good for the prisoners that local people should also attend. If you would like to attend – or to find out more information – please contact Anne Coleman on 07709914519 What is Night of Light? The Night of Light, is an international initiative to reclaim Hallowe'en for the church. It is running in many, many countries in the world from England to India, from Africa to New Zealand and Hungary to the United States, with uncountable numbers of people involved. Celebrations have taken place in small chapels and cathedrals in parish churches and monasteries in Schools, homes and on the streets. The inspiration for it was received by Damian Stayne the founder of the Catholic community, Cor et Lumen Christi www.nightoflight.org. Night of Light has the endorsement of the Bishops Conference of England and Wales. Access their website for inspiration

Sumy Soup Supper

The annual Soup Supper with carols will be held on Friday 29th November, as usual in St Francis Hall, Llay. More details in due course Advent Day of Prayer You are warmly invited to come and join the St Beuno's Outreach Team for our Advent Day of Prayer at the Loreto Centre, Abbey Road, Llandudno, LL30 2EL (next to St David's Hospice) on Saturday 30 November. We start with coffee at 10.30am, and the day will end with Mass at around 3pm, followed by tea. Everyone will be most welcome.

“The God Who Speaks”: – from

Advent 2020 “ A year of the Word”

2020 is the 1600th anniversary of Saint Jerome’s death and the 10th of “Verbum Domini” - Benedict XVI’s Apostolic Exhortation on “The Word of the Lord”. The Bishops of England and Wales are marking these events by designating 2020 a year of focus on the Bible; the Diocese will do likewise. For initial information see: http:// catholicnews.org.uk/thegodwhospeaks The Welsh Government- Religious Education (RE) and Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) The Welsh Government wants to take away the rights of parents to withdraw their children from both Religious Education and Relationships and Sex Education. They also want to dumb- down the subject of RE and force schools to teach children about worldviews instead. Bishop Peter is asking parishioners to urgently contact their Assembly Member and demand that the State does not usurp parents’ rights to decide how they teach these sensitive topics to their children. To contact your AM about this issue please visit the Catholic Education Service’s website catholiceducation.org.uk.

2020 Cold Weather Shelter

For people sleeping rough in Wrexham- Volunteer Training Programme. See the Notice at the back for details on how to become a volunteer in this very worthy cause. Towards becoming a Dementia Friendly Parish This weekend we take our first steps in becoming a Dementia Friendly Parish. Please read the little “hand- outs” you will be offered in the porch.
Quietness (reverence) in church Please, PLEASE: - Do remember to be as silent as possible in church, especially before Mass and at the end of Mass. These are special times when people wish to be reflective and to pray. If you must speak in church, do so as quietly as possible and be brief. Please, PLEASE!

RIP

We sadly announce the deaths of Tony Taylor of Rossett and of Jo Scott of Marchwiel, which occurred on Sunday last, Nov. 3rd. Both were in their 90s. Tony died in the Maelor Hospital and Jo, who is Jenny Griffiths’ father, died at home. They will be sorely missed by their families and friends. Please keep them all in your prayers. HCPT Raffle Our local branch of the Handicapped Children’s Pilgrimage Trust will be selling Raffle Tickets at Llay next weekend (Nov 17th) to raise the funds which enable them to bring disabled and disadvantaged children to Lourdes at Easter. Please support them

Foodbank Donations

Please put them in the box at the rear of the Church. Many thanks. The Foodbank are in need of tin openers; 200ml fruit juice cartons; tinned rice pudding; tinned fruit; tinned meat (corned beef/ham), UHT milk. Many thanks. New Food Bank Warehouse: Our food donations must now be delivered to “Unit 1A, Puleston Industrial Estate, Ruabon Road, Wrexham, LL13 7RF (Tele: 07538 547971), Tuesdays and Fridays 10am to 30pm. Foodbank Drivers, please note. Entrance Antiphon At the PAC meeting (of 20th May) it was suggested that the Entrance Antiphon, which is always produced on the Sunday Bulletin, should be read by the Congregation before the first Hymn is sung. Once the entrance bell is sounded one of the Readers can lead the Antiphon, and then the first Hymn will follow. We will start this next weekend (Sat 15th / Sun 16th), and adapt as necessary

Confessions:

This week the Sacrament of Reconciliation will be available on Friday (15th) from 7pm to 7.30pm at Llay, and, of course, at any time or place by request. “Mass of the Ages” The quarterly magazine of the Latin Mass Society- issue 201 (Autumn 2019) – FREE - is available from the back. Do take one – only a few available.

This Weekend – Calendar Sale

The KSC Calendar 2020 will be on sale after all Masses next weekend in aid of KSC charities. Repository Christmas items Christmas items on display in the porch at Llay after the 6pm Saturday and 11am Sunday Masses – with someone in attendance should you wish to purchase some items

SVP

Our St Vincent de Paul Conference meets this Thursday (14th Nov) at 5.55pm in Llay. Would you like to join or learn more? Speak to one of the members or to Canon. CAFOD Memorial Mass This coming Saturday, November 16th, at 11am at Our Lady of the Rosary, Buckley. All are welcome, especially those involved with CAFOD, and you can include a name in the CAFOD Memorial Mass Book which will be on display.

Our Catholic Newspapers and

Magazines

Do bring some Catholic reading into your home. There are usually some copies of the “Universe” and “The Catholic Herald” for sale at the back – as well as various magazines (some of them free).

We Remember in our prayers

Those whose anniversaries occur this week 10th Caroline Glynn 11th Winifred Toole, Audrey Costello 12th Jean Mary Watson 13th Walter Wilmot, Canon Thomas Fitzharris 14th Patrick Melia, Mary Worth 16th Frances Walker May they rest in peace and rise in Glory

32nd Sunday in Ordinary

Time

Saturday - 9 November 6.00pm (St Francis of Assisi) Thompson & Clarkin families RIP Sunday - 10 November 9.00am (Christ the King) for the parishioners 11.00am (St Francis of Assisi) Stephen Else RIP 12.30 Latin Mass Old Tridentine Rite
Saturday - 16 November No Morning Mass, Confessions or Novena Mass in Prison Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, Holy Mass, Exposition (time for Sacrament of Reconciliation/Confession – from 10.10am) & Benediction 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time Saturday - 16 November 6.00pm (St Francis of Assisi) Sunday - 17 November 9.00am (Christ the King) 11.00am (St Francis of Assisi)
Mon - St Martin of Tours, Bishop 9.30am - (St Francis of Assisi) The Jarrett family’s well being Tues - St Josaphant, Bishop & Martyr 9.00am - (St Francis of Assisi) Aitken & McEachen families RIP Wed - Weekday in Ordinary Time 9.30am - (St Francis of Assisi) Donor’s deceased family RIP 7.00pm - Silent Hour of Prayer (Adoration) Thur - Weekday in Ordinary Time 7.00pm - (St Francis of Assisi) The Wright family, their relatives & friends Fri - Weekday in Ordinary Time 9.30am - (Christ the King) The Mills family, their relatives & friends

Mass Times

Our Holy Father’s Prayer Intention for November May a spirit of dialogue, encounter, and reconciliation emerge in the near east, where diverse religious Communities share their lives together. The “Link”: Latest edition of this, our Free Diocesan Newsletter, is now in the porch. Do take a copy.
Latest Bulletin to Download
© Llay/Rossett Parish 2018
Llay/Rossett Parish Wrexham, North Wales

Mass Times

Latest Bulletin to Download
Our Holy Father’s Prayer Intention for November May a spirit of dialogue, encounter, and reconciliation emerge in the near east, where diverse religious Communities share their lives together. The “Link”: Latest edition of this, our Free Diocesan Newsletter, is now in the porch. Do take a copy.

We Remember in our prayers

Those whose anniversaries occur this week 10th Caroline Glynn 11th Winifred Toole, Audrey Costello 12th Jean Mary Watson 13th Walter Wilmot, Canon Thomas Fitzharris 14th Patrick Melia, Mary Worth 16th Frances Walker May they rest in peace and rise in Glory
Quietness (reverence) in church Please, PLEASE: - Do remember to be as silent as possible in church, especially before Mass and at the end of Mass. These are special times when people wish to be reflective and to pray. If you must speak in church, do so as quietly as possible and be brief. Please, PLEASE!

RIP

We sadly announce the deaths of Tony Taylor of Rossett and of Jo Scott of Marchwiel, which occurred on Sunday last, Nov. 3rd. Both were in their 90s. Tony died in the Maelor Hospital and Jo, who is Jenny Griffiths’ father, died at home. They will be sorely missed by their families and friends. Please keep them all in your prayers. HCPT Raffle Our local branch of the Handicapped Children’s Pilgrimage Trust will be selling Raffle Tickets at Llay next weekend (Nov 17th) to raise the funds which enable them to bring disabled and disadvantaged children to Lourdes at Easter. Please support them

Foodbank Donations

Please put them in the box at the rear of the Church. Many thanks. The Foodbank are in need of tin openers; 200ml fruit juice cartons; tinned rice pudding; tinned fruit; tinned meat (corned beef/ham), UHT milk. Many thanks. New Food Bank Warehouse: Our food donations must now be delivered to “Unit 1A, Puleston Industrial Estate, Ruabon Road, Wrexham, LL13 7RF (Tele: 07538 547971), Tuesdays and Fridays 10am to 30pm. Foodbank Drivers, please note. Entrance Antiphon At the PAC meeting (of 20th May) it was suggested that the Entrance Antiphon, which is always produced on the Sunday Bulletin, should be read by the Congregation before the first Hymn is sung. Once the entrance bell is sounded one of the Readers can lead the Antiphon, and then the first Hymn will follow. We will start this next weekend (Sat 15th / Sun 16th), and adapt as necessary

Confessions:

This week the Sacrament of Reconciliation will be available on Friday (15th) from 7pm to 7.30pm at Llay, and, of course, at any time or place by request. “Mass of the Ages” The quarterly magazine of the Latin Mass Society- issue 201 (Autumn 2019) – FREE - is available from the back. Do take one – only a few available.

This Weekend – Calendar Sale

The KSC Calendar 2020 will be on sale after all Masses next weekend in aid of KSC charities. Repository Christmas items Christmas items on display in the porch at Llay after the 6pm Saturday and 11am Sunday Masses – with someone in attendance should you wish to purchase some items

SVP

Our St Vincent de Paul Conference meets this Thursday (14th Nov) at 5.55pm in Llay. Would you like to join or learn more? Speak to one of the members or to Canon. CAFOD Memorial Mass This coming Saturday, November 16th, at 11am at Our Lady of the Rosary, Buckley. All are welcome, especially those involved with CAFOD, and you can include a name in the CAFOD Memorial Mass Book which will be on display.

Our Catholic Newspapers and Magazines

Do bring some Catholic reading into your home. There are usually some copies of the “Universe” and “The Catholic Herald” for sale at the back – as well as various magazines (some of them free).

Our New Directory and Year Book 2019

Available from the back at £3.50 – a fund of information on the parishes, Dioceses and organisations etc. of the Catholic Church in Wales. Church Cleaners We are in need of a further team to help clean our church in Llay. We are asking for volunteers, male or female, from either Llay or Rossett to help with this task. Please contact the parish office or Canon.

Our next PAC Meeting

This will be on Monday, 11th November, 2019 at 7pm in Llay. Do make a note of it More Readers Readers are desperately needed for the 6pm Mass on Saturday in Llay. What is a “Reader” - The Liturgy Office of the Bishops Conference of England & Wales states: “God speaks to the assembly through them, and, the impact of God’s message will depend significantly on their conviction, their preparation, and their delivery. The reader has responsibility for not simply reading the word, but assisting the assembly to hear the word.” If you would like to take part in this ministry, for any Mass, please contact Canon.

Why not sign a “Gift Aid” Form?

If you are a tax payer do, please, sign a “gift-aid” form. This takes only a few moments to do, it costs you nothing, but greatly enhances the value of what you give by allowing the parish to claim back the tax on your donation. Just see the priest if interested. And another reminder please do use your offertory envelopes for your giving!! PAC Minutes Copies of the latest PAC minutes can be found at the back.

“Mission Today”- Special Edition

There are extra copies of the Autumn 2019 edition of this FREE magazine (of “Missio” and the little “Red Boxes”) available from the back. It contains a short daily reflection for every day of October. Do take one – and use it.

“Missio” Book Marker/Prayer Cards

These, too, are available from the back. Do take one (or more!).

EVENTS FOR YOUR DIARY

HMP Berwyn

Mass is celebrated every Saturday at HMP Berwyn at 10.00am. It is good for the prisoners that local people should also attend. If you would like to attend – or to find out more information – please contact Anne Coleman on 07709914519 What is Night of Light? The Night of Light, is an international initiative to reclaim Hallowe'en for the church. It is running in many, many countries in the world from England to India, from Africa to New Zealand and Hungary to the United States, with uncountable numbers of people involved. Celebrations have taken place in small chapels and cathedrals in parish churches and monasteries in Schools, homes and on the streets. The inspiration for it was received by Damian Stayne the founder of the Catholic community, Cor et Lumen Christi www.nightoflight.org. Night of Light has the endorsement of the Bishops Conference of England and Wales. Access their website for inspiration

Sumy Soup Supper

The annual Soup Supper with carols will be held on Friday 29th November, as usual in St Francis Hall, Llay. More details in due course Advent Day of Prayer You are warmly invited to come and join the St Beuno's Outreach Team for our Advent Day of Prayer at the Loreto Centre, Abbey Road, Llandudno, LL30 2EL (next to St David's Hospice) on Saturday 30 November. We start with coffee at 10.30am, and the day will end with Mass at around 3pm, followed by tea. Everyone will be most welcome.

“The God Who Speaks”: – from Advent

2020 “ A year of the Word”

2020 is the 1600th anniversary of Saint Jerome’s death and the 10th of “Verbum Domini” - Benedict XVI’s Apostolic Exhortation on “The Word of the Lord”. The Bishops of England and Wales are marking these events by designating 2020 a year of focus on the Bible; the Diocese will do likewise. For initial information see: http:// catholicnews.org.uk/thegodwhospeaks The Welsh Government- Religious Education (RE) and Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) The Welsh Government wants to take away the rights of parents to withdraw their children from both Religious Education and Relationships and Sex Education. They also want to dumb- down the subject of RE and force schools to teach children about worldviews instead. Bishop Peter is asking parishioners to urgently contact their Assembly Member and demand that the State does not usurp parents’ rights to decide how they teach these sensitive topics to their children. To contact your AM about this issue please visit the Catholic Education Service’s website catholiceducation.org.uk.

2020 Cold Weather Shelter

For people sleeping rough in Wrexham- Volunteer Training Programme. See the Notice at the back for details on how to become a volunteer in this very worthy cause. Towards becoming a Dementia Friendly Parish This weekend we take our first steps in becoming a Dementia Friendly Parish. Please read the little “hand-outs” you will be offered in the porch.

32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

Saturday - 9 November 6.00pm (St Francis of Assisi) Thompson & Clarkin families RIP Sunday - 10 November 9.00am (Christ the King) for the parishioners 11.00am (St Francis of Assisi) Stephen Else RIP 12.30 Latin Mass Old Tridentine Rite
Mon - St Martin of Tours, Bishop 9.30am - (St Francis of Assisi) The Jarrett family’s well being Tues - St Josaphant, Bishop & Martyr 9.00am - (St Francis of Assisi) Aitken & McEachen families RIP Wed - Weekday in Ordinary Time 9.30am - (St Francis of Assisi) Donor’s deceased family RIP 7.00pm - Silent Hour of Prayer (Adoration) Thur - Weekday in Ordinary Time 7.00pm - (St Francis of Assisi) The Wright family, their relatives & friends Fri - Weekday in Ordinary Time 9.30am - (Christ the King) The Mills family, their relatives & friends
Saturday - 16 November No Morning Mass, Confessions or Novena Mass in Prison Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, Holy Mass, Exposition (time for Sacrament of Reconciliation/Confession – from 10.10am) & Benediction 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time Saturday - 16 November 6.00pm (St Francis of Assisi) Sunday - 17 November 9.00am (Christ the King) 11.00am (St Francis of Assisi)
© Llay/Rossett Parish 2018
Llay/Rossett Parish Wrexham, North Wales

Mass Times

Latest Bulletin to Download
Our Holy Father’s Prayer Intention for November May a spirit of dialogue, encounter, and reconciliation emerge in the near east, where diverse religious Communities share their lives together. The “Link”: Latest edition of this, our Free Diocesan Newsletter, is now in the porch. Do take a copy.

We Remember in our prayers

Those whose anniversaries occur this week 10th Caroline Glynn 11th Winifred Toole, Audrey Costello 12th Jean Mary Watson 13th Walter Wilmot, Canon Thomas Fitzharris 14th Patrick Melia, Mary Worth 16th Frances Walker May they rest in peace and rise in Glory
Quietness (reverence) in church Please, PLEASE: - Do remember to be as silent as possible in church, especially before Mass and at the end of Mass. These are special times when people wish to be reflective and to pray. If you must speak in church, do so as quietly as possible and be brief. Please, PLEASE!

RIP

We sadly announce the deaths of Tony Taylor of Rossett and of Jo Scott of Marchwiel, which occurred on Sunday last, Nov. 3rd. Both were in their 90s. Tony died in the Maelor Hospital and Jo, who is Jenny Griffiths’ father, died at home. They will be sorely missed by their families and friends. Please keep them all in your prayers. HCPT Raffle Our local branch of the Handicapped Children’s Pilgrimage Trust will be selling Raffle Tickets at Llay next weekend (Nov 17th) to raise the funds which enable them to bring disabled and disadvantaged children to Lourdes at Easter. Please support them

Foodbank Donations

Please put them in the box at the rear of the Church. Many thanks. The Foodbank are in need of tin openers; 200ml fruit juice cartons; tinned rice pudding; tinned fruit; tinned meat (corned beef/ham), UHT milk. Many thanks. New Food Bank Warehouse: Our food donations must now be delivered to “Unit 1A, Puleston Industrial Estate, Ruabon Road, Wrexham, LL13 7RF (Tele: 07538 547971), Tuesdays and Fridays 10am to 30pm. Foodbank Drivers, please note. Entrance Antiphon At the PAC meeting (of 20th May) it was suggested that the Entrance Antiphon, which is always produced on the Sunday Bulletin, should be read by the Congregation before the first Hymn is sung. Once the entrance bell is sounded one of the Readers can lead the Antiphon, and then the first Hymn will follow. We will start this next weekend (Sat 15th / Sun 16th), and adapt as necessary

Confessions:

This week the Sacrament of Reconciliation will be available on Friday (15th) from 7pm to 7.30pm at Llay, and, of course, at any time or place by request. “Mass of the Ages” The quarterly magazine of the Latin Mass Society- issue 201 (Autumn 2019) – FREE - is available from the back. Do take one – only a few available.

This Weekend – Calendar Sale

The KSC Calendar 2020 will be on sale after all Masses next weekend in aid of KSC charities. Repository Christmas items Christmas items on display in the porch at Llay after the 6pm Saturday and 11am Sunday Masses – with someone in attendance should you wish to purchase some items

SVP

Our St Vincent de Paul Conference meets this Thursday (14th Nov) at 5.55pm in Llay. Would you like to join or learn more? Speak to one of the members or to Canon. CAFOD Memorial Mass This coming Saturday, November 16th, at 11am at Our Lady of the Rosary, Buckley. All are welcome, especially those involved with CAFOD, and you can include a name in the CAFOD Memorial Mass Book which will be on display.

Our Catholic Newspapers and Magazines

Do bring some Catholic reading into your home. There are usually some copies of the “Universe” and “The Catholic Herald” for sale at the back – as well as various magazines (some of them free).

EVENTS FOR YOUR DIARY

HMP Berwyn

Mass is celebrated every Saturday at HMP Berwyn at 10.00am. It is good for the prisoners that local people should also attend. If you would like to attend – or to find out more information – please contact Anne Coleman on 07709914519 What is Night of Light? The Night of Light, is an international initiative to reclaim Hallowe'en for the church. It is running in many, many countries in the world from England to India, from Africa to New Zealand and Hungary to the United States, with uncountable numbers of people involved. Celebrations have taken place in small chapels and cathedrals in parish churches and monasteries in Schools, homes and on the streets. The inspiration for it was received by Damian Stayne the founder of the Catholic community, Cor et Lumen Christi www.nightoflight.org. Night of Light has the endorsement of the Bishops Conference of England and Wales. Access their website for inspiration

Sumy Soup Supper

The annual Soup Supper with carols will be held on Friday 29th November, as usual in St Francis Hall, Llay. More details in due course Advent Day of Prayer You are warmly invited to come and join the St Beuno's Outreach Team for our Advent Day of Prayer at the Loreto Centre, Abbey Road, Llandudno, LL30 2EL (next to St David's Hospice) on Saturday 30 November. We start with coffee at 10.30am, and the day will end with Mass at around 3pm, followed by tea. Everyone will be most welcome.

“The God Who Speaks”: – from Advent

2020 “ A year of the Word”

2020 is the 1600th anniversary of Saint Jerome’s death and the 10th of “Verbum Domini” - Benedict XVI’s Apostolic Exhortation on “The Word of the Lord”. The Bishops of England and Wales are marking these events by designating 2020 a year of focus on the Bible; the Diocese will do likewise. For initial information see: http:// catholicnews.org.uk/thegodwhospeaks The Welsh Government- Religious Education (RE) and Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) The Welsh Government wants to take away the rights of parents to withdraw their children from both Religious Education and Relationships and Sex Education. They also want to dumb- down the subject of RE and force schools to teach children about worldviews instead. Bishop Peter is asking parishioners to urgently contact their Assembly Member and demand that the State does not usurp parents’ rights to decide how they teach these sensitive topics to their children. To contact your AM about this issue please visit the Catholic Education Service’s website catholiceducation.org.uk.

2020 Cold Weather Shelter

For people sleeping rough in Wrexham- Volunteer Training Programme. See the Notice at the back for details on how to become a volunteer in this very worthy cause. Towards becoming a Dementia Friendly Parish This weekend we take our first steps in becoming a Dementia Friendly Parish. Please read the little “hand-outs” you will be offered in the porch.

Our New Directory and Year Book 2019

Available from the back at £3.50 – a fund of information on the parishes, Dioceses and organisations etc. of the Catholic Church in Wales. Church Cleaners We are in need of a further team to help clean our church in Llay. We are asking for volunteers, male or female, from either Llay or Rossett to help with this task. Please contact the parish office or Canon.

Our next PAC Meeting

This will be on Monday, 11th November, 2019 at 7pm in Llay. Do make a note of it More Readers Readers are desperately needed for the 6pm Mass on Saturday in Llay. What is a “Reader” - The Liturgy Office of the Bishops Conference of England & Wales states: “God speaks to the assembly through them, and, the impact of God’s message will depend significantly on their conviction, their preparation, and their delivery. The reader has responsibility for not simply reading the word, but assisting the assembly to hear the word.” If you would like to take part in this ministry, for any Mass, please contact Canon.

Why not sign a “Gift Aid” Form?

If you are a tax payer do, please, sign a “gift-aid” form. This takes only a few moments to do, it costs you nothing, but greatly enhances the value of what you give by allowing the parish to claim back the tax on your donation. Just see the priest if interested. And another reminder please do use your offertory envelopes for your giving!! PAC Minutes Copies of the latest PAC minutes can be found at the back.

“Mission Today”- Special Edition

There are extra copies of the Autumn 2019 edition of this FREE magazine (of “Missio” and the little “Red Boxes”) available from the back. It contains a short daily reflection for every day of October. Do take one – and use it.

“Missio” Book Marker/Prayer Cards

These, too, are available from the back. Do take one (or more!).

32nd Sunday in Ordinary

Time

Saturday - 9 November 6.00pm (St Francis of Assisi) Thompson & Clarkin families RIP Sunday - 10 November 9.00am (Christ the King) for the parishioners 11.00am (St Francis of Assisi) Stephen Else RIP 12.30 Latin Mass Old Tridentine Rite
Mon - St Martin of Tours, Bishop 9.30am - (St Francis of Assisi) The Jarrett family’s well being Tues - St Josaphant, Bishop & Martyr 9.00am - (St Francis of Assisi) Aitken & McEachen families RIP Wed - Weekday in Ordinary Time 9.30am - (St Francis of Assisi) Donor’s deceased family RIP 7.00pm - Silent Hour of Prayer (Adoration) Thur - Weekday in Ordinary Time 7.00pm - (St Francis of Assisi) The Wright family, their relatives & friends Fri - Weekday in Ordinary Time 9.30am - (Christ the King) The Mills family, their relatives & friends
Saturday - 16 November No Morning Mass, Confessions or Novena Mass in Prison Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, Holy Mass, Exposition (time for Sacrament of Reconciliation/Confession – from 10.10am) & Benediction 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time Saturday - 16 November 6.00pm (St Francis of Assisi) Sunday - 17 November 9.00am (Christ the King) 11.00am (St Francis of Assisi)