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30.06.2024 Newsletter

St. Joseph’s Dinnington.   Parish Priest:  Fr Andy.   Tel: 01909 562664

Weekend Masses:

9.30am Sunday at St. Joseph’s;   

6pm Saturday at Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton (for Sunday)


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 (0784 038663)


Week beginning Sunday 30th June 2024

SAINTS PETER AND. PAUL, APOSTLES (Year B: Red)


SATURDAY 29th June:

6pm Mass at  Blessed William Richardson Church, Kiveton. (ForSunday)

(For Tom Keegan and Lottie Thomas)

 Readings for the day:

Lamentations 2:2,​10-14,​18-19;   Psalm 73(74):1-7,20-21;   Matthew 8:5-17


SUNDAY: SAINTS PETER AND. PAUL , APOSTLES

9.30am Mass at St.Joseph’s

Readings for Mass:

Acts 12:1-11;   Psalm 33(34):2-9;   

2 Timothy 4:6-8,​17-18;   Matthew 16:13-19


MONDAY: No Mass today

Amos 2:6-10,​13-16;   Psalm 49(50):16-23;   Matthew 8:18-22

(Oliver Plunket, Bishop, Martyr)


TUESDAY:

11.30am Hour of prayer at Kiveton this morning.

7pm Mass in the parish rooms

Amos 3:1-8,​4:11-12;   Psalm 5:5-8;   Matthew 8:23-27


WEDNESDAY:  SAINT THOMAS, APOSTLE

No Mass today

Ephesians 2:19-22;   Psalm 116(117):1-2;   John 20:24-29


THURSDAY:

8.30am Mass in the parish rooms

2pm The Rosary for Peace in the parish rooms

Amos 7:10-17;   Psalm 18(19):8-11;   Matthew 9:1-8

(Saint Elizabeth of Portugal) 


FRIDAY:  No Mass today

Amos 8:4-6,​9-12;   Psalm 118(119):2,10,20,30,40,131;   Matthew 9:9-13

(Saint Antony Mary Zaccaria, Priest) 


SATURDAY: 6pm Mass  at Blessed William Richardson Church, Kiveton (For Sunday)

Readings for the day:

Amos 9:11-15;   Psalm 84(85): 9,11-14;   Matthew 9:14-17

(Saint Maria Goretti, Virgin, Martyr)


Next Sunday:  14th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B: Green)

9.30am Mass at St Joseph’s

Readings:

Ezekiel 2:2-5;   Psalm 122(123);   2 Corinthians 12:7-10;   Mark 6:1-6


PARISH PRAYER FOR THE WEEK:  We pray for the Church; may all Christians grow in unity and love, faithfully following Jesus as St Peter and St Paul did. Lord, in your mercy...

(CAFOD weekly prayers of intercession)


THE POPE’S INTENTION FOR JULY:  For the pastoral care of the sickWe pray that the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick confer to those who receive it and their loved ones the power of the Lord and become ever more a visible sign of compassion and hope for all.


Notices


RIP ROBERT STOCK: After a long illness Robert  sadly passed away at home recently. He was a devout catholic and volunteered as a guide at St Marie’s Cathedral after he retired. We pray for friends and family at this sad time.


RIP JAMIE ASHMORE:  Jamie has sadly died aged 26 years old. His  funeral takes place on 12th July,  details to follow.  We pray for the repose of his soul and  for all family and friends at this very difficult time. 


RIP PAT GOLLAGLEE:  We have been informed that Pat sadly died last week.  Our thoughts and prayers are with her daughter Sheila and the family. The funeral is at Rotherham Crematorium on Mon 1st July @ 2pm.


RETIRING COLLECTION:  There will be retiring collections  for Peter’s Pence after Masses this weekend.


AFTERNOON. TEA:  Come and join us for Afternoon Tea in the parish rooms on July t10th between 1-3 pm.  All welcome.


ADORAMUS NATIONAL CONGRESS: The Bishops of England and Wales invite bishops, priests and people to gather at St Marys College Oscot Birmingham on the 14th Sept for a day of renewing and deepening of devotion towards the Eucharist. Each diocese is invited to send a coach of pilgrims and up to 1,500 people are expected. There are 6 places allocated to the Rotherham Deanery. If you  are interested in attending please let  Mgr Desmond Sexton know asap and no later than  the 28th June.


FINDING GOD IN ALL THINGS”—Jesuit Mission Week at St Marie’s Cathedral: From Monday  8th to Friday 12th July, a team of Jesuits will be at St Marie’s Cathedral for a Mission Week. Each day will involve a rhythm of prayer, workshops, communal meals, and times of group sharing and reflection. Everyone will be welcome to participate at any point during the week. More detailed information is to be published nearer the time.  Please see the poster on the parish website for information about some of the activities.


WALSINGHAM PILGRIMAGE: 27th July. Led by Bishop Ralph.

Pick up points:

St Peter in Chains, Doncaster - 7.20am

St Helen’s, Oldcotes - 7.45am

St Joseph The Worker, Worksop - 8.05am

St. Joseph’s, Retford - 8.20am

Coach Fare:  £24 per adult, £12 per child

Pre-booked Optional meal available (choice of 3mains and 3 desserts) £16 per adult, £8 children aged 4-16 (under 4s free) -1pm at Elmwood House. Please book in advance.

Rosary procession to the Shrine from the Friday Market at 2.15. Transport available for pilgrims with disabilities.

Vigil Mass 4pm

Depart Walsingham Shrine 5.30pm.

Contact mcjohnson2512@gmail.com  or TEXT: 07990588083 for more information or to book. Please do not phone.  Seat confirmation is on receipt of payment.


CELEBRATION OF THE SACRAMENT OF MARRIAGE:  Have you just got married during 2024 or are you celebrating a significant wedding anniversary- one, 10, 25, 50 60 or more? If so, Bishop Ralph cordially invites you to join him at a diocesan celebration Mass in thanksgiving for the sacrament of Marriage on 28th September 2024 at St Peter’s, Chequer Road, Doncaster DN1 2AA at 12:00 followed by refreshments. Further Details from marriagepreparation@hallam-diocese.com including booking form.


INTER-DIOCESAN PILGRIMAGE IN HONOUR OF THE PADLEY MARTYRS: 7th July 2024. Assemble 3:00pm at Grindleford Station for Procession to the Chapel  Mass Commences at 3.30pm. Hourly trains from Manchester and Sheffield Buses from Sheffield Interchange – High Peak Route 65;   S32 2JA for Sat-Nav. Pilgrims are welcome to arrive early and picnic in the grounds.


JOIN US FOR A SUMMER DAY OF REFLECTION AND PRAYER WITH FR PETER SCALLY SJ: 13th July.  Peter is a Jesuit priest who is now based at Mount St Mary's College, Spinkhill, where he is beginning a new project with the Jesuit Institute to make theological and catechetical videos for YouTube. You will need to bring a packed lunch.

Mount St Mary’s College, Spinkhill Derbyshire S21 3YL 11:00-4:00


TOWARDS JUBILEE 2025:  Do you consider yourself to have a disability? Do you care for someone with a disability? Please complete this short Survey about Inclusion and Welcome in the Diocese of Hallam


LADIES DONATE YOUR PRE-LOVED BRAS: Harthill WI are collecting pre-loved bras for The Janice Rose Lingerie Charity who  send them to the Gambia to help protect women and girls from sexual exploitation.  Donations can be made at both St Joseph’s and Kiveton and Anne-Marie (for St Joseph’s) and Stella Green (for Kiveton) will pass them on to the WI.


DIOCESAN ANNUAL SAFEGUARDING EVENT:  To be held on 6th July at Holy Trinity School Barnsley10am - 3.30pm. The theme is Diversity and Trauma and will examine  social, cultural and other diversity issues and their role in traumatic experiences thorough a number of talks from guest speakers from around they world including spiritual and ritual abuse and its role in human trafficking and so called ‘honour’ based abuse. Contact: jpearson@hallam-diocese.com to book your place.



SUMMER FAYRE on SATURDAY 6TH JULY 11am to 2pmSt Wilfrid’s are holding their summer fayre along with a wheel barrow competion with the theme of supporting vulnerable, isolated  and  homeless people (Decorated wheelbarrows must be one third plant based with the handles accessible and be able to be wheeled about. Rainproof objects can be included in the design.  They can be individual, group or organisational entries (e.g schools)  There is no entry fee and completed wheelbarrows must to be at St Wilfrid’s by the 5th July 1-4pm).  There is also an appeal for knitted flowers as they want to display a flower cascade at the fayre. If you are able help and  knit  few flowers in the next couple of weeks please contact the centre Tel: 0114 2555720 or email: info@stwilfridscentre.org

 

LIVE SIMPLY JUNE:  Live Simply, Sustainably with Creation and in Solidarity with the Poor

Electrical and Electronic Waste is the fastest growing waste stream in the world. The UK is the second highest producer of E-Waste in the world. There will be a collection of all things electrical and electronic at church throughout June. 

We will be collecting all things electrical and electronic including computers, mobile phones, game consoles, small kitchen appliances, electrical and electronic tools, chargers, cables and wires. 

Everything we collect will be taken to Aspire Community Enterprise in Sheffield a social enterprise specialising in recycling electrical and electronic waste. They provide training and jobs and a supported working environment for vulnerable or marginalised people.


PLEASE PRAY FOR OUR SICK: George Blow and his grandma;  Victoria Broughton; Christopher Browne;  Eileen Butterfield;  Jim Chandler;   Sam Cleasby;  Betty Delaney;  Pat Duffin;  Gillian Gee;  Robert Hume;   Sophie Hughes;  Owen Jenkinson;  Sheila Kobyluch;  Jed Krotki;  Kumba;  Isabel Main-Reade;  Haylen Markillie;  Charlie Massarella; John Parker;  Emma Pearson (Glen’s daughter);  Annie Reynolds;  Maria Senogles;  Sandra Sherratt;  Olive Stafford;  Margaret Tyler; Pat Vickers;  and Teresa Williams.















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