18th-25th October

HOLY MASS, SERVICES & OTHER EVENTS

Sunday 18th October-29th Sunday

Is 45:1,4-6 1 Th 1:1-5 Mt 22:15-21

9am – Fernando de Cuevillas Matozzi RIP & family

11am – Alistair Plummer

5pm – People of the Parish

Retiring Collection

APF World Mission Sunday

7.00 pm Vigil- Leesha Simpson RIP

Dear Brothers & Sisters

We have two funerals of beloved parishioners this week: Leesha Simpson & Shirley McGinnis. As the  numbers attending will be restricted it will be of much support to their families to know that others in the parish are praying for them. The funerals will be live-streamed on our MCNmedia.tv website.

 

John de Brebeuf & Isaac Jogues (Monday) were  just two of the Jesuit priests who 350 years ago gave their lives in service of mission to the Huron, Iroquois and Mohawk Indians. The site of their martyrdom is now a national shrine in Canada, and the 1991 Holly wood movie Black Robe was very loosely based on their story.

 

Daudi Okelo & Jilldo Irwa (Tuesday) were two teenage catechists of the Acholi tribe in Uganda. Born to non-Christian families & instructed by Italian missionaries, they were martyred in 1918 for bravely professing their Christian faith.

 

Pope John Paul II (Thursday) was declared a saint by Pope Francis just six years ago. Many in our parish can still recall his visit to Britain in 1982. And those of us who have seen him face to face will always treasure the experience.

 

John of Capistrano (Friday) was a 15th century Franciscan who died of bubonic plague in Croatia. His anti-Islam & anti-Jewish sentiments  belong to a less enlightened age, but his courage in the face of suffering still teach us much.

 

Anthony Mary Claret (Saturday) was a Catalan from Barcelona sent as a missionary bishop to Cuba nearly 150 years ago. His dedication to the rights of the poor, education of children and clergy, and his opposition to corruption earned him many enemies. He survived over 11 assassination attempts before he was recalled to Spain! Among his many legacies was the Claretian Order of priests and brothers who carried on his ministry by educating the clergy and the young and using modern media. He is the patron saint of weavers, the trade he practiced as a teenager in Barcelona.

Monday 19th

Saints John  Brebeuf & Isaac Jogues

Jesuit martyrs in America (optional)

Eph 2:1-10 Lk 12:13-21

07.45 Community Mass in Chapel Private Int

10.15 REQUIEM MASS

-Elizabeth Teresa Simpson (Leesha)

Tuesday 20th

Blessed Daudi Okelo & Jilldo Irwa

Eph 2:12-22 Lk 12:36-38

10.15 – Phyllis & Ted Whelan RIP

Wednesday 21st

Eph 3:2-12 Lk 12:39-48

07.45 Private Community Mass Day Chapel

- Parish Special Ministers of the Eucharist

10.15 FUNERAL—Shirley Ann McGinnis

7 pm—Holy Rosary

Thursday 22nd

Pope John Paul II  (optional)

Eph 3:14-21 Lk 12:49-53

 10.15 -Special Intention

Friday 23rd

Saint John of Capistrano (optional)

Eph 4:1-6 Lk 12:54-59

10.15 – Sandra Bradley RIP

Saturday 24th

Saint Anthony Claret (optional)

Eph 4:7-16 Lk 13:1-9

10.15— Michael & Brendan Whelan RIP

7 pm—Holy Rosary

Sunday 25th—30th Sunday

Ex 22:20-26 1Th 1:5-10 Mt 22:34-40

9am – Pat and Eric Holden

11am – Peter & Beverley Eccles

(1st anniversary)

5pm – People of the Parish

Retiring Collection

Johnson Association

(Retired Diocesan Clergy)