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Bulletin 1.2.2015 for Jeannie - Our Lady & St Hugh Catholic Church

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Entrance Antiphon
Ps 94:6-7
O come let us worship God and bow low
before the God who made us, for he is the
Lord our God.
LET US PRAY FOR THE SICK AND HOMEBOUND
First Reading
A reading from the book of Job
READERS:
Sat 14
Sun 15
ROTAS FOR: 14 February and 15 February 2015
6.30pm Mass
Duncan Clark
8.30am Mass
Peter Bee
10.00am Mass
Joe Mc Loone & Paul Read
WELCOMERS
Sat 14
Sun 15
SUNDAY 8 FEBRUARY – SUNDAY 15 FEBRUARY 2015
FiIFTH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME, CYCLE B
1. Praise the Lord for He is good;
Sing to our God for He is loving:
to Him our Praise is due.
(R)
2. The Lord builds up Jerusalem
and brings back Israel’s exiles,
he heals the broken hearted,
he binds up all their wounds.
He fixes the number of the stars;
He calls each one by its name. (R)
Seeds of the Earth: Dominique
Living Water:
Sally Hartwell
6.30pm Mass
8.30am Mass
10.00am Mass
MUSIC:
Sun 15
10.00am Mass
FLOWERS: ……………………….. Catherine Kennedy
LINEN ROTA:……………………... Olga Louth
COUNTING:……………………….. Vanessa Wilkins
TEA/COFFEE:…………………….. Liz/Linda
BULLETIN & PHOTOCOPYING:.. Eileen Nicholson
PHOTOCOPYING: ……………….. Catherine Buxton
7:1-4.6-7
Responsorial Psalm
Ps 146:1-6,
Praise the Lord who heals the broken hearted.
EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS OF HOLY COMMUNION:
Sat 14
6.30pm Mass
Ellen Murphy, Maddie Drew
Sun 15
8.30am Mass
Sue Strode, Christina Morris
10.00am Mass
Gerald Orgu, Stella Orgi,
Chris Banks, Sheila Harris
CHILDREN’S LITURGY:
Church of Our Lady and St Hugh, Moorland Road,
Witney OX28 5YA. Parish Priest: Fr. Patrick Broun,
01993 702661 email: [email protected]
www.ourladyandsthugh.org.uk
Deacon: Rev. Mr. Frank Ryan
3. Our Lord is great and almighty;
His wisdom can never be measured,
The Lord raises the lowly;
He humbles the wicked to the dust. (R)
Scott/Cassidy
Bernie Begley
Sally-Ann Enright
Choir
ALL WELCOME
Tea and coffee
being served
after 10am Mass
in the Parish
Sat 7
Mass 10.00am (Followed by Exposition)
Celebrant’s Intention
Mass 6.30 pm (for Sunday)
People of the Parish
Sun 8
Mass 8.30 am
Mrs Barbara Palframan
Mass 10.00 am
Ron Hankin RIP
Mon 9
Memorial Mass 2.00pm for Bill O’Sullivan RIP
Tues 10
Memorial of St Scholastica, Virgin
Mass 7.00 pm (Followed by the Rosary)
Celebrant’s Intention
Wed 11
Eucharistic Service 9.00 am
Day of Prayer for Fr Patrick Broun
Thurs 12
Mass 6.00 pm Celebrant’s Intention
Fri 13
Mass 9.00 am (Followed by Exposition)
Private Intention
Sat 14
Feast of St Cyril, Monk & St Methodius
Bishop, Patrons of Europe
Mass 10.00 am (Followed by Exposition)
Celebrant’s Intention
Mass 6.30 pm (for Sunday)
People of the Parish
Sun 15
Mass 8.30 am
Don Laws RIP
Mass 10.00 am
Bea Culhane RIP
Second Reading
9:16-19,22-23
A reading from the first letter of St. Paul to the
Corinthians
Gospel Acclamation
Jn 8:12
Alleluia, alleluia!
I am the light of the world says the Lord,
anyone who follows me
will have the light of life.
Alleluia!
Gospel
1:29-39
A reading from the holy Gospel according to
Mark.
Communion Antiphon
Ps 106:8-0
Let them thank the Lord for His mercy,
His wonders for the children of men,
for He satisfies the thirsty soul
and the hungry He fills with good things.
NOTICES FOR THE BULLETIN
The deadline for notices to be included in the weekly bulletin is Tuesday evening at the latest. All notices should
be sent by email to: [email protected] or given to Father Pat. Thank you.
PLEASE TAKE THIS BULLETIN HOME
The Parish is part of the Archdiocese of Birmingham, Reg. Charity No: 234216
Confessions:
10.30-11.00am &
5.30 - 6.00 pm (or by appointment)
GOSPEL REFLECTION
Today’s Gospel tells how Jesus, early in the morning, found a lovely place to pray. The evening before He had
cured many people and it would have seemed the right thing to do to stay and help more people. Also, Jesus
would see that He was doing something useful, feeling secure in the knowledge that He was achieving results.
Yet, after His time of prayer, Jesus tells His disciples they must leave and move on. He would not know what to
expect, or how He would be accepted, or how successful He would be at that early stage in His ministry. He would
only have known through His prayer that He was doing His Father’s will and that His Father was with Him. It was
to lead to the cross but ultimately new life. Sometimes prayer can be risky. The Lord can use it to call us out of our
spiritual comfort zone and move forward even though we have no idea what to expect or where He might lead us.
Are we prepared to listen?
CTiW UNITED SERVICE
I would like to thank all those who were invoved in the Churches Together in Witney Unity Service last Sunday
Evening and those who came to support it. A big thank you to all those who preared the refreshments afterwards.
It was a great witness and there was some very positive feedback. Over £266 was raised for Bse 33
Many thanks again
BILL O’SULLIVAN (O’Malley)
Bill O’Sullivan was taken home to Limerick, Ireland and buried near his family. There will be a memorial Mass here
on Monday 9 February at 2.00 pm. We extend our sympathy to his family and friends. May he Rest in Peace.
BAPTISM PREPARATION
Parents wishing to have a child baptised are required to attend a course of preparation. A two-session course is
run in the Parish. The next dates will be on 7th & 14th April, 7th & 14th July and 6th & 13th October. Parents are
welcome to attend before the birth of their child. Please contact Celia Brown for further details.
ALTON CASTLE 2015
The BCYS parish youth group retreat will be held from February 6th-9th 2015. We have 24 young people
attending the Alton Castle Retreat, I would ask you to keep them in your prayers.
Many thanks
SAINT TERESA DAYS 2015
We are celebrating the centenary of the birth of St. Teresa of Avila with a series of 10 days of prayer and reflection.
There will be a light lunch but it is necessary to pre book in order to help with the organisation and to have numbers
for lunch. All details are on the poster in the parish room.
SCHOOL OF THE ANNUNCIATION
CENTRE FOR THE NEW EVANGELISATION
Come and study at the School of the Annunciation, a centre for the formation of adults where the Catholic Faith is
joyfully transmitted in all its beauty, depth and vigour. Distance learning, part-time courses and Summer Schools
available in 2015. Please see posters on the notice board in Church. www.schooloftheannunciation.com
Telephone: 01364 645 660
200 CLUB
Congratulations to the winners of the January draw. 1st prize of £400: Paul Burquest (number 56). 2nd prize of
£50: Liz Connolly (number 94). 3rd prize of £50: David Jenkins (number 86). All cheques are available from Fr. Pat.
Thank you to everyone who entered. Anyone wishing to join may do so for the February draw. Please contact Liz
Pledge Tel:01993 778026
PART TIME JOB VACANCY
COMMUNICATIONS AND FUNDRAISING SUPPORT OFFICER
An interesting opportunity to work with a flourishing Catholic religious order in Britain. The Dominican Friars are
looking for a motivated and able person to assist them in communicating widely their important mission in
England and Scotland. providing support to the fundraising activities of their development office.
The closing date for applications is 16th February, Full details can be found on the link below..
Read the full Job description PDF File http://english.op.org/latest-news
CHURCHES TOGETHER IN WITNEY - DINNER TIME COMES TO WITNEY!
An award winning ‘community kitchen’ project which has been hugely successful in other parts of the county is
starting a regular series of free events in Witney. Please see the notice board for more details or email
[email protected]
CAFOD
The next CAFOD cake and produce stalls are this weekend. Please help the community in Puentecitos by baking
or buying.
If you would like to host a Lenten Lunch for CAFOD one Friday in Lent please book your day with Yvonne or Paul
as it needs to go into the bulletin. The only date booked so far is 20th March. Thank you.
CWL
CWL meet on Thursday 12th February 1.30pm until 3.30pm. This will be a prayerful meeting using the
preparatory prayers for the Women’s World Day of Parayer
SVP
SVP are collecting obsolete English coins and banknotes. There will be a collecting box for these in the
narthex. You can get rid of any you have lying around. Thank you.
PARISH RECORDS
If you are new to the Parish or did not manage to fill in the last parish census please would you take the time to fill
one in. They are at the back of the church with pens and a box to place them in. If you are on the parish census
it makes it much easier to process any documents pertaining to the Sacraments.
Many thanks.
MASS INTENTIONS
When asking for Mass Intentions please specify whether or not the person has died by putting RIP or Anniversary
Mass. Do remember that Masses for the weekends are taken up very quickly, so please give as much
notice as possible. Please also remember to add your telephone number. Thanks.
CATHOLIC NEWSPAPERS
There is a selection of Catholic Newspapers in the porch on sale every week. The new edition of the Diocesan
newspaper Catholic Today is on sale at just 50p per copy There is an article in this edition titled The Perfect
Parish that I found interesting and amusing. By the way, in the new year I will be talking about ways to become
involved in Parish life so if you do think there are things that could be improved upon or any group you feel could
be formed, now will be your time. Who said New Year’s resolutions are dead!!!
Fr Pat
REMINDERS
Sick List – Please could parishioners let Fr Pat or the office know if people need to be added to the sick list and
also when they need to be taken off the list. Thanks.
In Hospital – If you are in hospital and you would like to see a Priest, you are now required to request to see the
Hospital Chaplain. This is due to data protection, the Chaplain will be unaware otherwise that you are in hospital.
Please could you also let Fr Pat know if you are aware of anyone who is in hospital.
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