Huyton Pastoral Area St. Brigid Aloysius Dominic 1934 477 0250 A registered charity No. 232709 19th Oct 2014 29th Sunday of Ordinary Time (A) MASS TIMES & INTENTIONS FOR THE COMING WEEK: TWENTY NINTH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME (A) SATURDAY 18th October St. Dominic’s 4:00 pm. Thomas McCullough St. Aloysius 6:00 pm. The Parishioners SUNDAY 19th October St. Aloysius 9:00 am. Neil Shannon (2nd anniversary) St. Dominic’s 10:45 am. Joan McCardle (sick) MONDAY 20th October St. Dominic’s 8:15 am. Thomas Wood & Family St. Aloysius 9:15 am. James Keelan (sick) TUESDAY 21st October St. Dominic’s 8:15 am. Hilda Rodgers St. Aloysius 9:15 am. Friends of Marie Alexander WEDNESDAY 22nd October St. Dominic’s 8:15 am. Francis Kelly St. Aloysius 9:15 am. Josephine Whittlestone (nee Thomas) (anniversary) THURSDAY 23rd October St. Dominic’s 12 Noon. St. Aloysius 9:15 am. FRIDAY 24th October St. Dominic’s 8:15 am. St. Aloysius 12 Noon. SATURDAY 25th October St. Aloysius 9:15 am. Requiem: Maureen Madine Bernard Corrigan Richie Williams Requiem: Dorothy & Paul Brown Mgr. James Judge Rigby THIRTIETH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME (A) SATURDAY 25th October St. Dominic’s 4:00 pm. The Parishioners St. Aloysius 6:00 pm. Irene Rooney (B/Day.Rem) SUNDAY 26th October St. Aloysius 9:00 am. Andy Dunn (anniversary) St. Dominic’s 10:45 am. Sister Jo (Birthday Mass) PARISH DIGEST CONFESSIONS WILL BE HEARD ON SATURDAY NEXT St. Dominic: 3.30 pm St. Aloysius 5:30 pm until there is nobody waiting COLLECTIONS ST. DOMINIC £274.82 ST. ALOYSIUS £459.61 Thank You “The Lord who sees all that is done in secret will reward you” Matt 6:4 Fr. Ealey Email Fr. Ealey: [email protected] Parish Internet Site Address is: St. Aloysius http://www.st-aloysius.org.uk Facebook Page/Groups: St Aloysius Church Roby St. Dominic’s Church Huyton Primary Schools Internet Site Address is: http://www.hopeprimary.com http://www.staloysius.co.uk Phone numbers: Fr. Ealey: Parish No. 0151 477 0250 Fax: 0151 477 0254 Primary Schools: Hope 0151 477 8300 St. Aloysius 0151 477 8110 Sister Jo: 0151 228 8064 PRAYER to the BLESSED VIRGIN never known to fail. O most beautiful flower of MOUNT CARMEL faithful Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin assist me in this necessity, O Star of the Sea, help me and show me herein you are my Mother, O Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and Earth, I humbly beseech you from the bottom of my heart to succour me in y necessity. (Make one request). There are none that can withstand your powers. Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee. (3 times). Thank you for your mercy towards me and mine. (E. B.) (This prayer must be said for three days and after that the request will be granted and the prayer must be published, anywhere). Prayer to the Holy Spirit YOU who makes me see everything and shows me the way to my ideals. You who give me the divine gift to forgive and forget all that is done to me. I, in this short dialogue, want to thank you for everything and affirm once more that I never want to be separated from you, no matter how great the material desires may be. I want to be with you and my loved ones in the perpetual glory to the end and submitting to God's Holy Will, I ask you. (mention request). Amen. This prayer must be said for three consecutive days, after the third day the request will be granted no matter how difficult it may be. Promise to publish the entire dialogue as a condition of having your request granted. SYMPATHY We offer our deepest sympathy to the families of: MAUREEN VERONICA MADINE who died on 14th October, age 80. formerly of: Kingsheath Avenue and lately of Moss View Nursing Home. There will be a Requiem Mass for Maureen at St. Dominic’s Church on Thursday 23rd October at 12 Noon. This will be followed by a short committal service at: Anfield Crematorium, Priory Road, Liverpool L4 2SL DOROTHY BROWN and PAUL BROWN who both died on 19th September, Dorothy age 63 and Paul age 73. formerly of: The Green Liverpool L13. There will be a Requiem Mass for Dorothy and Paul at St. Aloysius Church on Friday 24th October at 12 Noon This will be followed by a short committal service for them both at: Anfield Crematorium, Priory Road, Liverpool L4 2SL Requiescant In Pace (May they rest in peace) THE CHALLENGE your local independent community Newspaper Issue No. 329 OCTOBER 2014 Please collect your free copy as you leave church today. PRAYER REQUESTS Your valuable prayers are asked for: Margaret Anderson, Baby Alice, James Barton, Paul Barton, Alex Basnett, Alison Bentley, Agnes Bird, Bob Bleasdale, Joan Boyce, Anne Brophy, Rebecca Brown, Ronnie Brown, Danny Bruns, Patrick Anthony Byrne, John Callon, Lallan Campbell, Sarah Campbell, Shirley Campbell, Stephen Philip Campbell, Nora Capper, Eileen Carson, Flo Carter, Ann Jane Clark, Ann & Bert Coomres, Lu Corbett, Maisie Corcoran, Michael Cruckshank, John Day, Peggy D'Cruze, Vera Dealing, Fr. Peter Dooley SDB, Colette Duncan-Ventre, Victoria Hill Edmondson, Alan Edwards, Michael Edwards, Ann Finegan, James Finegan, Ursula Mary Erfani, Molly Errity, Sheila Evans, Barbara Farley, Paul Fillis, Amy & Edie Flanagan, Ann Fulton, Peter Furlong, Anne Gavin, Barbara Gallagher, Anne & Billy Gerrity, Marie Gibbons, Winnie Gray, David Graham, Margaret Hannah, Florence Harris, Mrs Haydn, Jimmy Healey, Tom Heeley, Michael Houghton, Marie Hynes, Barbara Jones, Joanne Jongeneelen, Kathy Keegan, Marie Keelan, James Keelan, John Kelly, Robert Kelly, Fr. Michael Lee, Jean & Bob Levy, Alan Lewis, Daniel Lowe (age 6), Peggy Maitland, Carol Marshall, Beryl McCall, Joan McCardle, Frances McShane, Gary McClure, Ann McCoy, Geraldine, James Miller, Billy Moran, Kenny Moran, Eddie Monroe, Julie Morgan, Saul Morley, Betty Morris, Joe Murphy, Mary Murphy, Tommy Murphy, Margaret Murray Kathy Nolan, Jimmy O'Donnell, Alfie O'Sullivan, Michael Owen, Barbara Owens, Jonathan Owens, Mary Patton, Claire Pendleton, Stevie Perry, Helena Pike, Dave Renshaw, Jean Riley, Winifred Robinson, Fr. George Robson SDB, Pauline Ryder, Rose Saunders, Maureen Scanlon, Keith Stanyer, Betty Taylor, Mr Billy Taylor, Gary Taylor, Ruth Terry, Terry Thompson, Nell Till, Josie Trundle, Dave Tully, Lily Ungi, Collette Ventre, Lynn Walker, Harry Weetly, Katie Westwell, James Whittaker, Fiona Wilson, Lee Woods, Pauline Wright and residents of Crawshaw Court, Edenhurst Court, Finch Manor, Paisley Court, St. Bartholomew's Court and Whitestone Lodge Care Homes. who are sick. HEAL THY SERVANTS, O LORD, WHO ARE SICK AND PUT THEIR TRUST IN THEE.SEND THEM HELP,O LORD, AND COMFORT, FROM THY HOLY PLACE. OF YOUR CHARITY PLEASE PRAY FOR THE REPOSE OF THE SOULS OF Maureen Veronica Madine, Dorothy Brown, Paul Brown, Today we welcome among us Cllr Peter Mitchell, who is Chair of The Big Help Project and involved with The Knowsley Foodbank. who ahs come to St. Dominic’s and St. Aloysius to give an appeal on behalf of The Knowsley Foodbank to ask for your help to help set up and run a food distribution centre at St. Dominic’s Church. BUILDING FUND Thomas McCullough, Thomas Wood & Family, Hilda Rodgers, Francis Kelly, Bernard Corrigan, Richie Williams, Mgr. James Judge Rigby and Irene Rooney who have died and Neil Shannon, Josephine Whittlestone, Andy Dunn Canon Joseph D’Arcy (2008), Rev. Robert Billington (1998), Rev. Deacon Gerard Holmes (2004), Rev. Kevin Walsh (2004), Rev. Alan Devaney (2012) and Rev. Deacon Fred Cooke (2013) whose anniversaries occur around this time. Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord. And let perpetual light shine upon them. May they rest in peace. Amen. ST ALOYSIUS Last week we received: £128.54 from the box in church Giving us a grand total of £20,130.80 ST DOMINIC Last week we received: £81.08 Giving us a grand total of £5,851.67 Thank you to you all for your continued support. BOARBANK HALL November 28 – 30, 2014. Hope in Health weekend for Younger Catholics in Healthcare January 12 – 17, 2015. Faith and Mental Health. at Boarbank, Cumbria. Please visit: www.boarbankhall.org.uk To book, or to inquire further, email Sr Margaret on [email protected] PRAYER to the BLESSED VIRGIN never known to fail. O most beautiful flower of MOUNT CARMEL faithful Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin assist me in this necessity, O Star of the Sea, help me and show me herein you are my Mother, O Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and Earth, I humbly beseech you from the bottom of my heart to succour me in y necessity. (Make one request). There are none that can withstand your powers. Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee. (3 times). Thank you for your mercy towards me and mine. (L. D.) (This prayer must be said for three days and after that the request will be granted and the prayer must be published, anywhere). WORD OF GOD Give back to Caesar what belongs to Caesar, and to God what belongs to God. (Matthew 22:21) My Day by Day A Daily Scripture and Prayer Handbook. Published by Arch Publishing Limited. The NOVEMBER 2014 Issue of My Day By Day is now available. They are priced at £1 each. If you would like to have a copy please see Peter in the sacristy at St. Aloysius. HALLOWEEN EVENT/FATE Saturday October 25th St. Dominic’s Church Doors open 10 am until 2pm Admission Free Come along & enjoy visiting the Haunted House, there will also be: Tombola, Guess the Name of the Teddy, Fancy Dress (prize for the best), Face Painting, Bric-A-Brac, Cake Stall, Café and we hope for a visit from the Fire Brigade. Please we would be very grateful for donations - Cakes, Crisps, Soft Drinks, Unwanted Gifts, and also Bottles of Wine or Spirits. ST. DOMINIC CASH FOR CLOTHES a recent collection of clothes realised £93.00 Thank you for your continued support in this fund raising venture. Racial Justice second collection taken up on 14th September at St. Dominic’s realised £19.10 Thank you for your generosity Point of Interest If you type in “Bleasdale Huyton” into You Tube. There is a short 3:31 clip of Alan Bleasdale is being interviewed on the Melvin Bragg show. During the interview Alan Bleasdale talks about his childhood in the Huyton area, going to St. Aloysius Primary school. They show a class picture where he is pictured along with Sean Hughes (Labour MP, deceased) Probably two of the most famous people to have come out of St. Aloysius Primary School. Have a look, you might see yourself! Marty McDonagh shared this with Peter last week Feasts and Memorials Other Saints this week:Wednesday 22nd October 2014 St. John Paul II, Pope (20th/21st c.) Thursday 23rd October 2014 St. John of Capestrano. OFM, P. (14th/15th c.) Friday 24th October 2014 St. Antony Mary Claret, CMF, B. NOVEMBER PIOUS LISTS The month of the Holy Souls is almost upon us. Pious Lists are available for you to collect in the porch. Please take a list and write the names of your deceased loved ones who are to be prayed for. As in previous years there will be three masses each week during November celebrated at St. Aloysius and St. Dominic for the intentions of those whose names are included in our Pious Lists. Please enclose your donation and list in the envelope provided and return it to The Parish Office, Fr. Ealey or Peter. Thank You (19th c.) Sunday 26th October 2014 THIRTIETH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME (Year A) Order of Divine Office and Mass Compiled, edited and © 2013 by Rev. John Ealey. CAFOD Harvest Fast Day: Friday 3 October 2014 Last week’s second collections amounted to:- St. Dominic’s £241.79 St. Aloysius £404.99 Thank you for your generosity. CONGRATULATIONS To:- LEEANNE FITZPATRICK and TERENCE PATRICK JONES Who were married at St. Aloysius Church on Saturday 18th October 2014 during a Wedding Service at 3pm, which was conducted by Rev. Deacon Kevin Dunn. Congratulations also goto Leeanne who was Baptised and Confirmed by Fr. Ealey last Sunday, 12th October 2014 DIVINE MERCY Taken from Saint Faustina’s Diary The heat is so intense today that it is difficult to bear. We are all thirsting for rain, and still it does not come. For several days the sky has been overcast, but there is no rain. When I looked at the plants, thirsting for the rain. I was moved with pity, and I decided to say the chaplet until the Lord would send us rain. Before supper, the sky covered over with clouds, and a heavy rain fell on the earth. I had been saying this prayer without interruption for three hours. And the Lord let me know that everything can be obtained by means of this prayer. NOVENA TO OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL SUCCOUR This Novena will be celebrated this WEDNESDAY morning immediately after the 9:15 am morning mass at St. Aloysius. Many who follow this novena receive many graces and blessings. All are Welcome. St. Aloysius Piety Stall has a wide range of rosaries, medals, statues and cards for all occasions. Call in for a look after Mass today. Support St. Aloysius parish by buying your religious goods from the piety stall. BAPTISM DIVINE MERCY DEVOTIONS These will be recited for about 15 mins before the 6:00pm Mass at St. Aloysius each Saturday (at around 5:45pm). St. Dominic’s PIETY STALL We have some lovely new Cards: Mass more for all occasions. Please visit the Piety Stall & support your parish The next preparation meetings at St. Aloysius will be held on WEDNESDAY 29th October 2014 at 7:30 pm The next preparation meetings at St. Dominic’s will be held on THURSDAY’S 6th & 13th November 2014 at 7:00 pm If you would like your child to be baptised, then please collect a pre-Baptismal form from either the Presbytery or the Sacristy. This Novena is celebrated this and every Tuesday at 7:30 pm at St. Aloysius Church, in the Main Church, entrance via the side door of Church. Many who follow this Novena receive many blessings through the powerful intercession of St. Anthony. Prayer Week 3 All Are Very Welcome Embrace Liverpool 2014 Youth Conference Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral 1st Nov’14 10 am - 6pm for young people aged 16+ Free admission register now on our website Keynote Speakers, Speakers include John Pridmore, Fr. Dermot Donnelly, Sr. Catherine Holum, Lord David Alton, Sr. Maria Natella, Ken McCabe, Fr. Duncan McVicar plus many more! Mass, Adoration, Praise & Worship, Workshops, Conference, Concluding with a Youth Mass at 4pm presided by: Archbishop Malcolm McMahon. For more info call 0151 440 2015 or visit www.embrace-liverpool.org.uk LOURDES 4 day pilgrimage for the Feast of the Immaculate Conception 6th - 9th December 2014 Departing Liverpool to Carcasonne approximately 2 hours flying time & 3 hours coach transfer £299 per person plus return air fare at cost at the time of booking Price includes full board accommodation, coach transfers, priest leader, full spiritual programme and services of an experienced guide throughout. Travel Insurance at £24 per person Passport and EHIC essential for travel Deposit of £100 secures your place (plus air fare) Single room supplement £60 for the duration Contact Mancunia on Tel: 0161 8831515 for a booking form or to make a reservation. World Mission Sunday Today the Holy Father invites all Catholics to contribute to a special collection for Missio, his official charity for overseas mission. Your prayers and donations today will support the work of missionaries and young churches as they share faith, build churches and provide healthcare and education, often in difficult and dangerous circumstances overseas. The World Mission Sunday collection will go in its entirety to support mission projects worldwide that bring God's love and message of dignity for all. Please give what you can, and if possible, please use the Gift Aid envelopes if you are a taxpayer. Every gift makes a real difference to people living in poverty who are yearning to hear the Good News of God's love for them.
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