Responsorial Psalm: Thank you Thanks a million to Brian Cullen and everyone in the parish SVP, and to Sr.Helen Gospel Acclamation: and the Sisters from Cameroon, and to those who Alleluia, alleluia! The sheep that belong to me helped with transport, for all their generous help and listen to my voice, says the support for our Jubilee Year Lord, I know them and Mass for the sick and they follow me. housebound last Sunday Alleluia! afternoon. Eglwys Catholig Dewi Sant, Yr Wyddgrug St.David’s Catholic Church, Mold Seek the Lord, you who are poor, and your hearts will revive. The first question which the priest and the Levite asked was, “If I stop to help this man, what will happen to me?” But the Good Samaritan reversed the question, “If I do not stop to help this man, what will happen to him?” (Martin Luther King) Celebration Mass We will be celebrating the many successes and achievements of the year on Tuesday 19th July at 9.15am in St David’s Mold. In addition, to saying goodbye to our Year 6 pupils, we will be marking the retirement of Mrs Peover, who has given 25 years of teaching to St David’s. A farewell goes to Miss Cousins, who will be taking up a teaching post in Dubai. All are welcome. Mr. Hughes Parish Priest: Fr. Pius Mathew CMI, St.David’s Presbytery, St.David’s Lane, Mold. CH7 1LH Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 01352 752087 Deacon David Joy:01352 754722 LSUConvent:01352 700121 Website: http://www.stdavidsmold.org.uk/ www.wrexhamdiocese.org.uk http://www.cmi.org.in 10th July 2016 15th Sunday Ordinary time LITURGY OF THE WEEK: Psalter Week III 9th July Saturday Mass 5.30pm For People of the Parish Let us pray for the Sick 10th July Sunday Mass 11am Anne Jones, Jim Hughes, Margaret Carr, Judith Rowe, Margaret Evans, Fred Battersby, Gwen Jones,Joe Goggin, Ian Byron, Debra Ann Roberts,Tricia Twizell, Rosa Maria, Joan Lawrence, Gay McCornick, Moira Catherall, Lea Hill, Anne Turner, Mary Rowe, Rose Bryan, Jenny Mansley, Jennifer Rowley, Nancy Wilson, Joe & Luisa Desena, Shelagh Fulham, Margaret Stubbs, Philomena Lamano, and Leo McManus. We remember in our prayers Those whose anniversaries Occur this week (9th July) John Francis McManus, Peter McEvoy, Bridget Jones, Michael Shannon, Thomas William Morgan (10th July) Honora James, Tommy Humphreys (11th July) Patrick O’Neill, Margaret Atherton, (12th July) Thomas Byrnes, Lilian Jones, Jean Lloyd (13th July) Margaret Taaffe, Sheila Curley (14th July) Mary Meade, George James Hamilton (15th July) Alice Maude Saul, Frank Farrelly http://www.cmi.org.in Year C Neil Edney RIP (John Goggin) Monday : 11th July Tuesday: 12th July Mem. St. Benedict Mass 9.15am Int. Mrs. Smith (Katja & Paul Jewell) Liturgy of the day Mass 7pm Heinrich Kaim RIP (Katja Jewell &Family) Wednesday: Liturgy of the day 13th July Mass 9.15am Int. Arthur Youlton (Katja&Paul Jewell) Thursday: Liturgy of the day 14th July Mass 9.15am Mrs. Gina Lovatt RIP (NW Cafod Friends) Friday: Liturgy of the day 15th July Mass 9.15am Thomas Flannery RIP(Win & Brian Eagan) 16th July Saturday Mass at 5.30pm 17th July Sunday Mass 11am For People of the Parish Christopher Shone RIP (Joanne&John Shone) Eucharistic Adoration with Rosary and Benediction Every Friday following the morning Mass at 9.15am Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confessions) Saturdays 10.30am to 11.30am & Before the Vigil Mass (4.45-5.20pm) Sundays before the Mass (10.30-10.50am) FAITH IN FOCUS: I A TALE OF THREE PITIES t was late on Sunday evening when Paddy Walsh was knocked into the gutter by a hit and run driver. looking forward to a relaxing evening by the fire with a good book. As he glanced out of the window he noticed Paddy on the It happened on Baker Row other side of the street. He and there weren’t many did nothing because he people about. But perhaps knew someone else would be along soon and, after all, help was at hand when Wayne Thompson came down the road and saw Paddy lying in a pool of blood. Wayne had recently been made redundant and was off to his weekly drinking session with his mates in the Rose and Crown. As he approached Paddy, he noticed his wallet in the inside pocket of his Sunday was his most tiring jacket. It contained more day and he was entitled to than enough for a good a bit of rest after looking night’s drinking and a few after people for the other extras during the week. six days of the week. Yes, Wayne took it and left Pad- someone would be along dy lying there, unconscious. soon. aker Row Shelter for n the opposite side the Homeless would of the road was St Luke’s Church and Canon shortly be opening its doors Smith had just put on his for the night, and John slippers after the last ser- Grime was hoping to be vice of the day and was first in the queue and get O B one of the beds closest to the radiators and a bowl of soup while it was still hot. He saw Paddy, by now groaning in the gutter, and was moved to pity. Opposite was a public phone box and John went and called 999. Within a short time the ambulance arrived and took Paddy off to hospital. He wanted to go with the ambulance but the police needed to interview him and take a statement from him down at the Police Station. It meant that he ended up last in the queue for the shelter. F or Wayne Thompson, Paddy was prey, fair game. For Canon Smith he was a nuisance and an inconvenience. For John Grime he was not only someone in need but someone who offered him a chance to serve and minister to his needs. ‘Sea Sunday’ Loneliness, danger and separation from loved ones are just some of the problems seafarers face. Around the world, night and day, missions to seafarers provide help and support to those in need. Christian agencies operate in hundreds of ports caring for the practical and spiritual welfare of seafarers of all nationalities and faiths.Sea Sunday is a day set aside in the Church’s calendar to remember seafarers and to pray for them, their families and those that serve them. Prayer Group Heavenly Father, we pray to you for those on the perilous ocean, that you will embrace them with your mighty protection and grant them success in all their rightful undertakings. Grant them in all hours of need to see that they have a God who remembers them, and grant them grace in the hour of danger to commit their souls into your hands. O Lord Jesus Christ, who can rebuke the storm and bring it to silence, and lay the roaring waves to rest, show them who call to you out of the deep that you hear their prayer and will save them. And finally bring us all to the only safe port. Amen. on 16th July Saturday at the National Shrine of St. Pio, Pantasaph, from 10am to 3.15pm. More details on the Noticeboard. J&R Hamill The prayer group following The Life in The Spirit Seminar will not meet for the next two months due to a summer recess, but will resume again in September. God Bless, Steve Halsall Pilgrimage of Reparation and Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary L’Arche Flintshire We are having the Charity Shop in Holywell again this year, 11th July23rd. We would be really grateful for offers of help during this time. Morning sessions 10am to 1pm. Afternoon sessions 1pm to 4pm. Please see Monica Standring or Sr. Helen if you can help. (A copy of the L’Arche Flintshire Newsletter available on the notice board) Money Matters Offertory Collection last weekend £840.30 of which £546.20 was Gift Aided. Gift Aid: If you are a Tax Payer, please consider filling out the Gift Aid form which is in the church porch to receive a box of weekly envelopes for your offertory donation or for a one-off donation then please use the Green envelopes. Please remember to write your name, address, sign and date the green envelope. Thank you for supporting our Parish.
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