St Joseph’s, Dinnington Parish Priest: Fr. Andy Tel: 01909 562664
Weekend Masses: Sunday 9.30am in church; Saturday 6pm at Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton
Email: email@example.com Website: www.stjosephsdinnington.com
EMERGENCY CONTACT: In the event of an emergency where you may specifically require the services of a priest please contact either Monica Carroll (07813 920844) or Anne Marie Carroll (07481 038633)
Week beginning Sunday 4th September 2022
23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time.
SATURDAY 3rd September 2022
6pm Mass at Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton
Readings of the day: 1 Thessalonians 2:2-8; Psalm 95(96):1-3,7-8,10; Matthew 16:13-19
(Saint Gregory the Great, Pope, Doctor)
SUNDAY 4th September 9.30am Mass in St. Joseph’s with live zoom stream
Readings: Wisdom 9:13-18; Psalm 89(90):3-6,12-14,17;
Philemon 9-10,12-17; Luke 14:25-33
Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9718338524
MONDAY: 1 Corinthians 5:1-8; Psalm 5:5-7,12; Luke 6:6-11
TUESDAY: 11.30am-12.30 Hour of quiet prayer at Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton.
No evening Mass today
7.30pm Care Group meeting in the parish rooms
1 Corinthians 6:1-11; Psalm 149:1-6,9; Luke 6:12-19
WEDNESDAY: 11am Requiem Mass for Christine Handley in church
Readings for the day:
1 Corinthians 7:25-31; Psalm 44(45):11-12,14-17; Luke 6:20-2:
THURSDAY: The Birthday of the Blessed Virgin Mary
No early morning Mass today
Micah 5:1-4; Psalm 12(13):6-7; Matthew 1:1-16,18-23
FRIDAY: 1 Corinthians 9:16-19,22-27; Psalm 83(84):3-6,12; Psalm 147:12,15
(Saint Peter Claver)
SATURDAY: 6pm Mass at Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton (for Sunday)
Readings for the day: 1 Corinthians 10:14-22; Psalm 115(116):12-13,17-18; Luke 6:43-49
Next Sunday: 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time 9.30am Mass in church
Celebrant Fr Geoff Bottoms
Exodus 32:7-11,13-14; Psalm 50(51):3-4,12-13,17,19
1 Timothy 1:12-17; Luke 15:1-32
PARISH PRAYER FOR THE WEEK: We pray for all those affected by the floods in Pakistan: for those who have died, the grieving and those whose homes and land have been destroyed. May the people of Pakistan receive the practical support they need to rebuild their lives and communities. Lord, in your mercy……. (Source: CAFOD Weekly prayers of intercession)
RETIRING COLLECTION: DEC Pakistan Floods Appeal: There will be retiring collections at the end of Mass on Saturday and Sunday this week for the CAFOD Pakistan flood appeal in partnership with DEC. See below.
CAFOD PAKISTAN FLOOD APPEAL:
What has happened in Pakistan?: Record monsoon rains and flash flooding across Pakistan has killed at least 1,100 people so far, with millions more displaced from their homes. Roads, crops, homes and bridges have all been washed away, in a situation described by Pakistan’s climate change minister Shery Rehman as ‘a climate-induced humanitarian disaster of epic proportions.’ Thirty million people have been affected by the floods, with 10 million people left homeless. The local organisation we work alongside in Pakistan has told us that there have been estimates of 1 million houses having been completely washed away, over 200 bridges and roads collapsing, and around 800,000 livestock having perished. In Sindh province alone, the worst-affected area, the floods have killed more than 300 people, with people seeking out whatever dry patches of ground remain along the area’s narrow streets to pitch temporary shelter. People in the area had hardly started recovering from the shock of losing two seasons' worth of crops to the 2020 monsoons, when their crops were again this year completely destroyed.
What are the needs?
Millions are without food and shelter in the worst-affected areas of Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh provinces. People have lost their homes, their cattle, their lands and their livelihoods, and are totally dependent on humanitarian assistance. Affected communities immediately need clean drinking water, food, emergency medical assistance and shelter.
How is CAFOD responding?
The local Pakistani organisation that CAFOD works with in the area, Community World Service Asia (CWSA), is already responding, with a focus on Sindh, and is meeting with those affected to assess the humanitarian needs. CAFOD has already committed £100,000 to support the emergency response, with CWSA’s emergency response team preparing immediate relief.
How can I help?
Donate to the Pakistan Floods Appeal to support those affected and get funds to local experts who are already working alongside communities helping those most in need. Your gift will support people with immediate food and emergency medical assistance.These devastating floods come at a time when local communities had already seen their resilience pushed to breaking point by previous monsoon rains.
Pray for Pakistan: Prayer for those affected by the Pakistan Floods
O Lord, in the goodness of your constant love, be with the people of Pakistan as they face devastating floods.
At this time of great loss –
loss of lives, homes and crops –
may we be filled with your compassion
and moved to reach out in love.
As we stand alongside our sisters and brothers, we pray that
they may find consolation in their sorrow,
strength as they seek shelter and safety
and courage to carry on.
Forgive us, O Lord,
for our part in the climate crisis,
and inspire us all to play our part
in protecting the earth, our common home.
So that together we may build a world
that reflects your glory,
where hope drives out despair
and all things are made new.
THE POPE’S INTENTIONS FOR SEPTEMBER: Abolition of the Death Penalty We pray that the death penalty, which attacks the dignity of the human person, may be legally abolished in every country
LIVE SIMPLY SEPTEMBER: The Season of Creation 1 Sept - 4 Oct
is a special time for all Christians to pray and work together to care for our common home. It is dedicated to prayer and action. The theme this year is "Listen to the Voice of Creation" See the leaflet in church for Pope Francis' message and some suggestions for action.
PARISH REFLECTION MEETING: 14th September at 7.00pm in the parish rooms. Would you be interested in contributing to the development of the Parish? If so we would love to welcome you to the group. All new members will be welcomed and there is a particular wish to invite younger members of the parish to the group.
PARISH PICNIC: A Parish Picnic will take place Sunday 18th September. Shared table. Please contact Shauna Hilton for information.
ST WILFRID’S CENTRE: An Autumn Fayre will be held at the Centre on Queens Road on Friday 30 September 11am - 3pm to raise much needed funds. Please come along and support the event and if you are able to support us by donating anything towards our fundraising stalls (cakes, plants, homemade jams, tombola prizes - no alcohol thank you) this will be much appreciated.
SYNOD CONVERSATIONS AND THE GOSPEL OF MARK:
Across the diocese, one of synod conversations was asking for opportunities to learn more about Scripture. In response, you are now being invited to a performance of the whole gospel of Mark in one evening. We are used to hearing stories and extracts from the Gospels at Mass; as you probably know, since the reforms of Vatican ll, the lectionary is organised into three-year cycles of readings, A, B, or C, beginning on the first Sunday of Advent.
● Year A: Gospel of Matthew
● Year B: Gospel of Mark
● Year C: Gospel of Luke, which we are in now.
The performance of “I, Mark”, at St Marie’s Cathedral on 8 October at 7pm, gives you the opportunity to gather to listen to nearly the whole Gospel, all in one evening. What will it be like to be open to hearing this, the oldest Gospel, in this setting, in this way? It will be a different way of experiencing the Word of God, and there will be opportunity afterwards to ask questions, and share your response to the experience. All are welcome. There is no charge but there will be opportunity to contribute towards the cost of the event.
For further information or to book your ticket go to https://hallam-diocese.com/i-am-mark-in-hallam-diocese/
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WHAT’S NEXT AFTER ALPHA?: This on-line event hosted by Divine Renovation is designed to help Alpha participants to become and to grow as disciples and to look at ways of building the next steps of discipleship in the parish. The event will look at questions such as: do you have sufficient leaders? What model works best? When do you start? Join this upcoming online event “What’s next after Alpha?” And learn how to walk with people beyond Alpha, hear about the models that others have developed in their parishes, and be inspired with new ideas to keep moving your parish’s mission forward. Register today at divinerenovation.org/events.
When: Thursday, 22 September 2022 • 7 PM – 8 PM BST Venue: Virtual
DIOCESAN DAY OF REFLECTION: The Diocesan Spirituality Group would like to invite everyone to a Diocesan Day of Reflection.
Date: November 27th 2022, The First Sunday in Advent.
Venue: Hallam Pastoral Centre. St Charles St. Sheffield S9 3WU.
Time: 10am until 5pm.
Concluding with the Celebration of Mass.
There is no need to book, just turn up with your picnic lunch, tea and coffee can be provided.
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PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK ESPECIALLY IN THESE DIFFICULT TIMES: George Blow & his Grandma, Mary Brady, Christopher Browne, Eileen Butterfield, Jim Chandler, Peggy Cummins, Gillian Gee, Robert Hume, Sophie Hughes, Des Jenkinson, Owen Jenkinson; Sheila Kobyluch; Ged Krotki, Kumba, Isabel Main-Reade, Haylen Markillie, Charlie Massarella, Franz Muller, Izabella O’Rourke, John Parker, Emma Pearson (Glen’s daughter), Irene Rascyk, Sandra Sherratt, Olive Stafford, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Claire Watt, Teresa Williams and Michel
ST BERNARD’S CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL.
Senior Pastoral Leader
Permanent ● 37 hours (full time) ● Band I, point 28 – 31 (£32,798 – 35,336)
Term Time Only
Start date: ASAP
St Bernard’s Catholic High School is an outstanding, popular and over-subscribed 11-16 academy in Rotherham. We are a Catholic Voluntary Academy with a wide catchment area, welcoming students of all faiths and denominations.
We are seeking to appoint for a Senior Pastoral Leader to play a full role across the whole age and ability range. As an enthusiastic and caring professional you will have a commitment to the high level pastoral care of each and every St Bernard’s student.
We are looking for a Pastoral Leader who:
• Will lead with enthusiasm, positivity and energy!
• Will inspire, motivate and challenge our students
• Has the highest possible expectations
• Is passionate about the well being of our students
• Is creative and forward thinking
• Is kind, compassionate and supportive
• Has the desire and ability to help children of all abilities and backgrounds reach the highest levels of attainment and progress
• Is supportive of the school’s Catholic ethos (however you do not need to be a practicing Catholic)
We will offer you:
• A supportive and hard working Inclusion team
• An ongoing CPD programme, tailored to individual requirements, focused on career development
• A calm, well-disciplined learning environment
• Care, guidance and support in each day of your work
For an application pack please visit www.sbch.org.uk/menu/vacancies. Completed application forms should be returned via email to Mrs V Smith on firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that only completed Catholic Education Service application forms will be accepted. If you are unable to send your application via email please contact school on 01709 828 183.
The closing date for receipt of completed application forms is: Wednesday 14th September 2022 at 9.00am.
Interviews will be held: w/c 19th September 2022
NB if successful for interview you will be contacted and references will be requested.
St Bernard’s Catholic High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be required to complete a DBS form in line with Section 115 of the Police Act 1997.