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)
SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year C)
Week beginning Sunday 17th July 2022
SATURDAY 16th July OUR LADY OF MOUNT CARMEL
(for Alex Beck)
6pm Mass at Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton
Readings of the day: Micah 2:1-5; Psalm 9B(10):1-4,7-8,14; Matthew 12:14-21
SUNDAY 17th July (for Edwin Chua)
9.30am Mass in St. Joseph’s
Readings: Genesis 18:1-10; Psalm 14(15):2-5; Colossians 1:24-28; Luke 10:38-42
MONDAY: Micah 6:1-4,6-8; Psalm 49(50):5-6,8-9,16-17,21,23; Matthew 12:38-42
TUESDAY: 11.30am-12.30 Hour of quiet prayer at Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton.
No Mass today.
Micah 7:14-15,18-20; Psalm 84(85):2-8; Matthew 12:46-50
WEDNESDAY: Requiem Mass for Brendan Handley at 12 noon
Readings of the day: Jeremiah 1:1,4-10; Psalm 70(71):1-6,15,17; Matthew 13:1-9
(Saint Apollinaris, Bishop, Martyr)
THURSDAY: No Mass today.
Jeremiah 2:1-3,7-8,12-13; Psalm 35(36):6-11; Matthew 13:10-17
(Saint Laurence of Brindisi, Priest, Doctor)
FRIDAY: SAINT MARY MAGDALENE
Song of Songs 3:1-4; Psalm 62(63):2-6,8-9; John 20:1-2,11-18
SATURDAY: 6pm Mass at Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton (for Sunday)
Readings for the day: Galatians 2:19-20; Psalm 33(34):2-11; John 15:1-8
(Saint Bridget of Sweden, Patroness of Europe)
Next Sunday: 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time: 9.30am Mass in church
(for Sydney Wardon)
Genesis 18:20-32; Psalm 137(138):1-3,6-8; Colossians 2:12-14; Luke 11:1-13
PARISH PRAYER FOR THE WEEK: We pray for world leaders: that they might always put the needs of the poorest and most vulnerable first. May God grant them wisdom to make good decisions and seek the wellbeing of all. Lord, in your mercy...(Source: CAFOD Weekly prayers of intercession)
SEA FARERS SUNDAY: There will be retiring collections at Masses next weekend for Stella Maris.
GIFT AID 2022-23: Have you been thinking of donating to church but unsure of how to do so. Here are the options of donating.
1) Set up bank transfers (highly recommended), whether it is for a one off donation or regular giving via standing order. Make it payable to:
Account name: Diocese of Hallam St. Josephs Dinnington
Bank: HSBC Bank PLC
Sort Code: 40-41-07
Account number: 81094084
Please quote your name as reference. If you want to complete a Gift Aid Declaration, take one of the forms in the parish room and once completed contact Adeline (07752-230051). For every £1 donated, HMRC will give £0.25 to boost the donation to church. Please sign up if possible.
2) Cash or cheque in an envelope - please quote your name and contact number on the envelope so it can be recorded for Gift Aid (if applicable).
3) Gift Aid Numbered Envelopes and/ or loose cash– place this in the loose plate collection at Mass (if you need a numbered envelope – please contact Adeline as these are in limited supplies).
THE 12th ANNUAL GK CHESTERTON PILGRIMAGE: The piligrimage takes place this year on the hundredth anniversary of GKC being received into the Catholic Church, Saturday 30th July. Please send any prayer requests to; CatholicGKCSociety@yahoo.co.uk or text them to 07795205114. Details of the many different ways in which you can be involved on the day, as well as printable GKC prayercards can be found on our website, www.CatholicGKChestertonSociety.co.uk” Over the years we have raised over £15,000 for Good Counsel with sponsorship from the Pilgrimage. Donations can be made here, https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/gkcwalk22
CARITAS HALLAM REPORT 2022: Caritas Diocese of Hallam (formerly known as Hallam Caring Services) is part of the worldwide network of organisations in the Catholic Church putting into action the social teaching of the Church to reach out to those in need and to build a world based on justice and love. Periodically, we aim to produce a report to highlight the work of Caritas Hallam that features articles to show the fantastic work of some of our young people within the Diocese, together with details of projects that help the most vulnerable in our society. Due to Covid, the usual report was delayed and has been incorporated into the current Caritas Report. Please would you support our work by reading and sharing the online report: Caritas-Report-2022.pdf (hallam-diocese.com)
FORMATION AND MISSION, SYNODALITY AND SPIRITUALITY: One strand of synod responses from across the Diocese was about formation, asking for opportunities for learning about and deepening our faith.We are happy to support faith Formation in any way we can and are gathering a Directory of people who offer Spiritual Accompaniment i.e. someone who can talk with you about your prayer life and faith. See the Diocesan website: hallam-diocese.com.In addition, there are a number of courses/opportunities to enter into this more deeply:
1. Ignatian Spirituality Centre Glasgow: Growth in Prayer and Reflective Living - Online Course via Zoom
2. Training in Spiritual Conversation and Personal and Spiritual Development; two courses from St Bede's Pastoral Centre, York:
3. Llysfasi Spirituality Workshop Foxhill House and Woodlands, From Friday 12th August to Monday 29th August 2022. https://llysfasi-spirituality-workshop.org.uk/workshop
4. Retreats in Daily Life are also available, and we hope soon to have a register of online prayer groups which are open to new praying members.
Do not be discouraged from any of these because of the cost; get in touch as bursaries may be available.
You can contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
FOR CATHOLICS IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE: New Resources from the Anscombe Bioethics Centre: The Anscombe Bioethics Centre is an organisation which does research on behalf of our Bishops and education for the Catholic community on moral matters in medicine. They have a new website which has resources which will benefit parishioners who are doctors, nurses, or others who work or study in fields related to health and social care.You can access and benefit from their work through their website and social media: www.bioethics.org.uk You can also sign up to their monthly digest for the latest news, events, and accessible briefings on moral matters in medicine, here: https://bit.ly/ABC-Subscribe
LIVE SIMPLY JULY
Help the Poor As the cost of living crisis deepens, please continue to support food charities such as local Food banks, the Street People and CAFOD.
Help the Environment Use Eco-Friendly cleaning products. The Reflection Group has decided to only use Eco-Friendly cleaning products in church.
Live Simply Ethical Shopping – buy certified ethical tea, coffee, cocoa and chocolate. The Reflection Group has decided to only use tea, coffee and cocoa that are certified as ethical in church and NEVER to use Nescafe.
More information is on the leaflet in church and on St. Joseph’s website
THE POPE’S INTENTIONS FOR JULY: Elderly We pray for the elderly, who represent the roots and memory of a people; may their experience and wisdom help young people to look towards the future with hope and responsibility.
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, Christine Handley, 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) , Sandra Sherratt, Olive Stafford, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Claire Watt, Teresa Williams and Michel