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 (07841 038633)
Week beginning Sunday 19th March 2023
4th Sunday of Lent (Year A)
Saturday 18th March 2023
6pm Mass at Blessed William Richardson Church, Kiveton
Readings for the day:
Hosea 5:15-6:6; Psalm 50(51):3-4,18-21; Luke 18:9-14
(Saint Cyril of Jerusalem, Bishop, Doctor)
Sunday 19th March : Mothering Sunday (Laetare Sunday)
(For Margaret O’Rourke and Kitty Finnerty - birthdays)
9.30am Mass in St Joseph’s
1 Samuel 16:1,6-7,10-13; Psalm 22(23); Ephesians 5:8-14; John 9:1-41
Monday: SAINT JOSEPH, HUSBAND OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
No Mass today
2 Samuel 7:4-5,12-14,16; Psalm 88(89):2-5,27,29;
Romans 4:13,16-18,22; Matthew 1:16,18-21,24
11.30am Hour of Quiet Prayer at Blessed William Richardson Church, Kiveton
7pm Mass in the parish rooms
Ezekiel 47:1-9,12; Psalm 45(46):2-3,5-6,8-9ab; John 5:1-3,5-16
Wednesday: No Mass today
Isaiah 49:8-15; Psalm 144(145):8-9,13b-14,17-18; John 5:17-30
Thursday: 8.30am Mass in the parish rooms
Exodus 32:7-14; Psalm 105(106):19-23; John 5:31-47
(Saint Turibius of Mongrovejo, Bishop)
Friday: No Mass today
Wisdom 2:1,12-22; Psalm 33(34):16,18,19-21,23; John 7:1-2,10,25-30
Saturday: THE ANNUNCIATION OF THE LORD
6pm Mass at Blessed William Richardson Church, Kiveton (for Sunday)
Readings for the day:
Isaiah 7:10-14,8:10; Psalm 39(40):7-11; Hebrews 10:4-10; Luke 1:26-38
Next Sunday: 5th Sunday of Lent. 9.30am Mass in St. Joseph’s.
Ezekiel 37:12-14; Psalm 129(130); Romans 8:8-11; John 11:1-45
PARISH PRAYER FOR THE WEEK: We pray for world leaders: that the Holy Spirit open their eyes to injustice and guide them to speak out for what is right and take action to build a better future. Lord, in your mercy…(Source: CAFOD Weekly Prayers of Intercession)
A HAPPY MOTHERING SUNDAY TO ALL
RETIRING COLLECTION: There will be a retiring collection for the charity “Life” following both masses this weekend.
EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS: Sunday 26th March - After Mass there will be a meeting in the sacristy for all the current Eucharistic Ministers at St Josephs for training/feedback of the distribution of the Communion Wine and setting up procedures of the vessels. Anyone wishing to know more about this will be warmly welcomed.
LENTEN TALKS AT ST MARIE’S CATHEDRAL—28th-30th March, 7.00pm: This year’s Lenten Talks at Marie’s Cathedral will take place on Tuesday 28th, Wednesday 29th and Thursday 30th March. The first one will be about Forgiveness (and how to do it); the second will explore the journey of the triumphant Jesus to the crucified Jesus; the third will be about Eucharistic miracles and their links to cardiology. All talks will begin at 7.00pm in the Cathedral itself, and will be followed by Adoration until 8.00pm.
FIRST HOLY COMMUNION PREPARATION GROUP: The next meeting is on
Thursday 30th March at 6:30 in the parish rooms.
CARMEL CARE WOMEN’S GROUP: A free group for all women.
Please join us at the Carmel Care Centre every Monday from 11am- 2pm starting 27th March for lunch and activities including relaxation, art, meditation, knitting, sewing and crochet, baking and gardening. Carmel Care Centre,172 Dykes Hall Road, Sheffield S6 4GSPlease call Janet on 07927 657462 for more information, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
ANNUAL SAFEGUARDING EVENT: The first Annual Safeguarding Event since the pandemic closed our churches and restricted our Parish and Diocesan Activities is taking place on Saturday 25th March at St. Joesph’s Watch-upon-Dearn, 9.45 to 4pm. Refreshments and lunch will be provided but please contact email@example.com if you have any special dietary requirements or for further information about the event or to book a place. There will be a number of key speakers throughout the day and the event is open to anyone who has an interest in safeguarding matters.
LOURDES DOICESAN PILGRIMAGE: Booking forms are available at the back of St Joseph’sfor the pilgrimage to Lourdes
LIVE SIMPLY MARCH
Live Simply – Reduce Paper Waste and use Recycled Paper Products. Consider changing to recycled toilet paper, kitchen roll, tissues and printer paper.
Live Sustainably with Creation - Use the improved labels on plastic packaging to recycle it correctly.
Live in Solidarity with the Poor - Pray for people affected by the Earthquake in Turkey and Syria, for people affected by the war in Ukraine and for people all over the world affected by Climate Change.
Kiveton: The Ecumenical Lenten Group continues to meet at 7pm on Thursdays as follows: St.Peter’s, Thorpe Salvin; 23rd March - Wales Methodist and on 30th March - St John the Baptist, Wales.
Dinnington: Local Anglican Churches are running a Lenten Course with a focus on the classic film ‘Casablanca’. Each session is a mix of film clips, bible study and reflection and continues on Wednesdays at 7.30pm as follows: St. George’s - Woodsetts, 15th March, South Anston Methodist Church, 22nd March, “I stick my neck out for nobody”. St Leonard’s - Dinnington, 29th March, “Welcome back to the fight”.
40th DIOCESAN PILGRIMAGE TO LOURDES:- Friday 30th June – 6th July 2023
Bishop Ralph invites you to join him on this special pilgrimage – Booking forms available to download at www.hallam-lourdes.com . Enquiries 07724 650066 or 01302 247910. £840.00 per person 6 nights Full Boad (excl. Insurance) flying from Leeds Bradford Airport direct to Lourdes.
HALLAM YOUTH – Lourdes Young people travel with their school groups but this year places are available for young people aged 16+ in parishes, who do not attend Catholic schools, who wish to join Hallam Youth on the diocesan pilgrimage. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
SYNOD NEXT STEPS IN HALLAM: Saturday 25th March at Blessed Trinity, Wickersley, 10.00-2.00. “You’ve read the Continental Srage Document, yopu’ve thought about it, you’ve responded to it, lets get together and hear from each other about how synodality is developing in your parish. The event is free but partici[ants should bring their own packed lunch. Bookings can be made on the Formation and Mission Eventbrite page. See link below.
THE POPE’S INTENTIONS FOR MARCH: For victims of abuse We pray for those who have suffered harm from members of the Church; may they find within the Church herself a concrete response to their pain and suffering.
PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his Grandma, Christopher Browne, Eileen Butterfield, Jim Chandler, Sam Cleasby, Peggy Cummins, Betty Delaney, Gillian Gee, Robert Hume, Sophie Hughes, Des Jenkinson, Owen Jenkinson; Sheila Kobyluch; Ged Krotki, Kumba, Isabel Main-Reade, Haylen Markillie, Charlie Massarella, Izabella O’Rourke, John Parker, Emma Pearson (Glen’s daughter), Annie Reynolds, Maria Senogles; Sandra Sherratt, Olive Stafford, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Claire Watt, Teresa Williams and Michel
Mount St Mary’s College
College Priest Chaplain
• Stipend allowance
• Free detached house provided with the option of free meals in the college refectory
• Optional use of a car for which the successful applicant will be responsible for maintenance and upkeep
Start date: September, 2023.
Mount St Mary’s College is a secondary school in the Jesuit tradition. We are seeking to appoint a priest chaplain to our Roman Catholic college. This role would suit a retired priest who would like to continue to be engaged in some active ministry, in the sharing of daily Mass in particular, whilst also enjoying a slower pace of life in our rural setting.
Set in impressive grounds, The Mount is an idyllic place for children to grow into the fullness of our Jesuit vision, becoming good 'Men and Women for Others' from the moment they join us. We are a boarding school and a variety of both national and international students board from the age of 11 upwards. Our preparatory school, Barlborough Hall, receives children between the ages of 3-11.
We have been a Catholic school for 180 years, rooted in our original Jesuit mission that began over 400 years ago in the Spinkhill area. We have two beautiful chapels, each with their own rich history, a vibrant chaplaincy department and a very active lay chaplain.
The priest chaplain will support and encourage the spiritual lives of those who profess a Christian faith, whilst welcoming those of other faiths and of none.
Duties will include:
• Daily voluntary Mass at the College
• Sunday Mass at the College
• Supporting the liturgical life of the College
• One weekday weekly Mass at the prep school
• Supporting the College with retreats and occasional assemblies
21st April, 2023
Expressions of interest to:
Mrs Seanead O’Neill