Huyton Pastoral Area St. Brigid Aloysius Dominic 1934 477 0250 A registered charity No. 232709 18th Jan 2015 2nd Sunday of Ordinary Time (B) MASS TIMES & INTENTIONS FOR THE COMING WEEK: SECOND SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME (B) SATURDAY 17th January St. Dominic’s 4:00 pm Doreen McCabe (B/Day) St. Aloysius 6:00 pm Joan McLoughlin MBE (ann) & Bill McLoughlin SUNDAY 18th January St. Aloysius 9:00 am Jim Armstrong (anniversary) St. Dominic’s 10:45 am The Parishioners MONDAY 19th January St. Dominic’s 8:15 am St. Aloysius 9:15 am TUESDAY 20th January St. Dominic’s 8:15 am St. Aloysius 9:15 am Fr. J. J. Ealey (Sp. Int) Barbara McLachlan (B/Day.Rem) Elsie Seiga (B/Day.Rem) Anne & Billy Gerrity (sick) WEDNESDAY 21st January St. Dominic’s 8:15 am Mrs Crowe (Thanksgiving) St. Aloysius 9:15 am Fiona Wilson (sick) THURSDAY 22nd January St. Dominic’s 8:15 am Rene Pickup St. Aloysius 9:15 am Margaret Dempster (B/Day.Rem) FRIDAY 23rd January St. Dominic’s 8:15 am Carmel Bell St. Aloysius 9:15 am Jennifer McKeown (sick) SATURDAY 24th January St. Aloysius 9:15 am Mary McCormick THIRD SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME (B) SATURDAY 24th January St. Dominic’s 4:00 pm Thomas Riley (anniversary) St. Aloysius 6:00 pm Harold Taylor (anniversary) SUNDAY 25th January St. Aloysius 9:00 am The Parishioners St. Dominic’s 10:45 am Ray Hunter 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 £368.85 ST. ALOYSIUS £485.54 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 BAPTISM The next preparation meetings at St. Aloysius will be held on WEDNESDAY 28th January 2015 at 7:30 pm St. Dominic’s will be held on THURSDAY’S 5th & 12th February 2015 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. RECONCILIATION SERVICES for those children who are currently preparing to receive the sacraments. St. Aloysius Church Friday 20th February at 4pm Individual Confessions Saturday at 5:30 - 6:00 pm St. Dominic’s Church Monday 23rd February at 4pm Individual Confessions Saturday at 3:30 - 4:00 pm Message from Knowsley Council We have received an alert from the Met Office advising to expect severe cold weather/icy conditions between 6.00pm on Monday and 7.00am on Sunday in parts of England. This weather could increase the health risks to vulnerable residents and could cause disruption to the delivery of services. The forecast for the North West indicates there is a risk of cold conditions with occasional wintry showers. The current cold snap can be dangerous for a number of people, including older people, babies and young children. Follow the tips below to ensure you stay safe during the cold weather:Have plenty of hot food and drinks. Wear lots of thin layers (clothes made from cotton, wool or fleecy fibres). Homes should be heated to the right temperature: at least 18°C (65°F) If you can’t heat all the rooms you use, heat the living room during the day and your bedroom just before you go to bed. Check on elderly and vulnerable relatives and neighbours. More information can be found at http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/learning/ get-ready-for-winter 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 Coombes, Lu Corbett, Maisie Corcoran, John Day, Peggy D'Cruze, Vera Dealing, Fr. Peter Dooley SDB, Colette Duncan-Ventre, Victoria Hill Edmondson, Alan Edwards, Michael Edwards, Mark Fairclough, Ann Finegan, James Finegan, Ursula Mary Erfani, Sheila Evans, Barbara Farley, Paul Fillis, Ann Fulton, Peter Furlong, Anne Gavin, Anne & Billy Gerrity, Marie Gibbons, Gerrard Gibbons, Winnie Gray, David Graham, Eddie Grayley, Margaret Hannah, Florence Harris, Mrs Haydn, Jimmy Healey, Tom Heeley, Michael Houghton, 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), Pat Mahoney, Peggy Maitland, Carol Marshall, Beryl McCall, Joan McCardle, Frances McShane, Gary McClure, Ann McCoy, Joan McGuire, Jennifer McKeown, Geraldine, James Miller, Billy Moran, Kenny Moran, Eddie Monroe, Julie Morgan, Saul Morley, Betty Morris, Joyce 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, Denis Ratcliffe, Dave Renshaw, Jean Riley, Winifred Robinson, Fr. George Robson SDB, Pauline Ryder, Rose Saunders, Maureen Scanlon, Keith Stanyer, The Sweeney family, 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. Responding to the Call Vocation Discernment Group To support those exploring Vocations to the Priesthood in our diocese, a monthly day of recollection has been organised for the first Saturday of each month. These days will help men who feel called to ordained ministry to discover more about diocesan priesthood and meet others discerning a call to priesthood. There will be an opportunity to talk with and hear from priests who minister in the diocese, and also a time for prayer and discussion. The first day of recollection will take place on Saturday 7th February at St. Charles’ Presbytery, 224 Aigburth Road, Liverpool. For further information, please contact Fr James Preston, Vocations Director for the Archdiocese of Liverpool, at [email protected] or telephone: 0151 727 2493. Regular updates will be posted on our Facebook page: Archdiocese of Liverpool Vocations “How does one become a priest? This is an initiative which the Lord takes. The Lord calls. He calls each of those whom he wills to become priests. Perhaps there are some young men present who have heard this call in their hearts… If some of you have heard this call in your hearts, it is Jesus who has placed it there. Pay attention to this invitation and pray that it might grow and bear fruit for the whole Church.” Pope Francis OF YOUR CHARITY PLEASE PRAY FOR THE REPOSE OF THE SOULS OF Herbert Coombes, Mary Lally, Eileen Foley, Patricia Horn, Bill McLoughlin, Barbara McLachlan , Elsie Seiga, Rene Pickup, Margaret Dempster, Mary McCormick and Ray Hunter who have died and Joan McLoughlin MBE, Jim Armstrong, Thomas Riley, Harold Taylor Mgr. Stephen Louden (2013), Canon Thomas G. Naughton (2005), Canon John Pennington (2008), Father Anthony Foy CSsR (2009) and Father Joseph Russell OFM Conv (1995) 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. MARRIAGE AND FAMILY LIFE ANNUAL MASS with Archbishop Malcolm McMahon at the Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King. Sunday, 8th February 2015 at 11am Refreshments served in the Gibberd Room! COME AND JOIN US EVERYONE WELCOME We Have been sent a number of tickets, please see Fr. Ealey if you would like to attend. SYMPATHY We offer our deepest sympathy to the family of: HERBERT COOMBES who died on 27th December, age73. formerly of: Murcote Road, Liverpool 14 There will be a Funeral Service for Herbert, at St. Dominic’s Church on Monday 19th January 2015 at 11:00 am. This will be followed by a short committal service at Anfield Crematorium, Priory Road, Liverpool L4 2SL MARY LALLY who died on 10th January, age 82. formerly of: Colwell Court, Liverpool 14. There will be a Funeral Service for Mary, at St. Dominic’s Church on Monday 26th January 2015 at 12 Noon. This will be followed by a short service of Interment at Yewtree Cemetery, Finch Lane, Knotty Ash, Liverpool. L14 4AQ. EILEEN FOLEY who died on 10th January, age 76. formerly of: Finch Lane, Liverpool 14. There will be a Requiem Mass for Eileen, at St. Dominic’s Church on Tuesday 27th January 2015 at 12 Noon. This will be followed by a short service of Interment at Yewtree Cemetery, Finch Lane, Knotty Ash, Liverpool. L14 4AQ. PATRICIA HORN who died on 10th January, age 75. formerly of: Princess Drive, Liverpool 14. There will be a Full Committal Service for Patricia, on Tuesday 27th January 2015 at 3pm, with cremation following on in the Rosemary Chapel, Springwood Crematorium, Springwood Ave, Liverpool. L25 7UN. Requiescant In Pace (May they rest in peace) Feasts and Memorials Wednesday 21st January 2015 Memorial of St Agnes, Virgin and Martyr. Aged about 13, Agnes was beheaded around 305 for her virginity and for refusing to offer incense to false gods. Saturday, 24th January 2015 Memorial of St Francis de Sales, Bishop and Doctor Saint Francis de Sales Born in 1567 he was Bishop of Geneva Other Saints this week: Monday 19th January 2015 Optional Memorial of St. Wulstan, Bishop. 1008-95. Wulstan was a Benedictine monk at Worcester where he became prior. Optional Memorial of St. St. Sebastian, Martyr. St Sebastian St. Sebastian was a martyr in Rome c.300. Thursday 22nd January 2015 Optional Memorial of St. Vincent, Deacon and Martyr. St Vincent First Spanish martyr and deacon of 3rd century. Sunday 25th January 2015 THIRD SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME (year B) Order of Divine Office and Mass Compiled, edited and © 2014 by Rev. John Ealey. Optional Memorial of St. St. Fabian, Pope and Martyr. THE CHALLENGE Fabian (d. 250) became Pope in 236, chosen according to Eusebius, despite being a layman and a stranger. or Issue No. 332 JANUARY 2015 Tuesday 20th January 2015 your local independent community Newspaper Please collect your free copy as you leave church today. DIVINE MERCY Taken from Saint Faustina’s Diary When I receive Holy Communion, I entreat the Saviour to heal my tongue, that I may never fail in love of neighbour. 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. 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). With You Always Sacramental Programme 2014 - 2015 Archbishop Malcolm McMahon will be coming to St. Dominic’s Church on Friday 27th March 2015 at 4 pm. During a simple service he will confer the Sacrament of Confirmation on all the children from both St. Dominic’s and St. Aloysius parishes who are on the this year’s sacramental programme. Days of Reflection at Sandymount Retreat House near Crosby Saturday 28th February Lenten Day of Reflection Led by Archbishop Malcolm McMahon Archbishop of Liverpool Saturday 14th March Preparing for Easter Led by Father Daniel O’Leary Author and Spiritual Guide £20 per day, simple lunch included More information at [email protected] or www.sandymountretreats.org.uk 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 6 All Are Very Welcome LIVERPOOL ARCHDIOCESAN LOURDES PILGRIMAGE ASSOCIATION PARISH OF CHRIST THE KING CHILDWALL MASS IN HONOUR OF OUR LADY OF LOURDES Main Celebrant: Bishop Tom Williams WEDNESDAY 11 FEBRUARY 2015 7:30 pm. Everyone welcome FCJ Vocations Weekend FCJ House, Wavertree, Liverpool 23rd - 25th January 2015 For young women considering the vocation to religious life. There will be input from FCJ sisters on different aspects of vowed life, prayer, reflection and discussion with other young women who are considering the vocation to religious life For more information od to book a place, contact Sr Lynne FCJ: [email protected] FAITHFUL COMPANIONS OF JESUS fcjsisters.org BUILDING FUND ST ALOYSIUS Last week we received: £153.70 from the box in Church, giving us a grand total of £22,525.08 ST DOMINIC Last week we received: £93.89 Giving us a grand total of £7,162.05 Thank you to you all for your continued support.
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