St Joseph's Catholic Church, Dinnington

1 Swinston Hill Road, Dinnington, Sheffield S25 2RX

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Telephone: 01909 562664                Email: andyaj_98@yahoo.com

Parish Priest: Fr Andy Graydon 

NOTICES

ADVANCE WARNING that work will commence on the garden on 5thFebruary (weather permitting) and for a number of days the side of the church where the chapel and parish rooms are will NOT be accessible – this is to allow the mortar on the paths to harden undisturbed. The access to the church is via the car park and front door of the church ONLY during this time.

PARISH CARE SUPPORT GROUP meet at 7.00pm in the parish rooms this Tuesday 6th February. New members welcome.

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION: Meeting is this Thursday 8th February at 6.30pm in the parish rooms.

CHURCH CLEANING: Judith Sherratt is stepping down as lead in organising and managing Church cleaning and a replacement is needed. Contact Judith for more information if you’re interested in taking on this vital role.

COFFEE MORNING including nearly new stall to raise funds for Swinton Lock on Friday 23rd February from 12 noon to 1pm in the parish rooms.

170 CLUB: Winners of the January draw. £200 (64) N. Vernon; £40 (58) A. Harrison; £20 (10) D. Harron. Congratulations!

ST. JOSEPH’S SCHOOL are still in need of a joiner to help fit a door to an outside reading room. Also the Head Teacher invites past pupils to provide a photo of when they were at school and a present one with a short piece on what they are doing now. It is to celebrate our past pupils achievements and encourage present pupils to aspire to achieve.

VACANCY FOR DIOCESAN SAFEGUARDING CO-ORDINATOR: 80hrs per month (work pattern negotiable) £35,000 pa (fte). Closing date 22ndFebruary and interviews 6th March. For details email:safeguardingadmin@hallam-diocese.com

ST JOSEPH’S COMMUNITY CELEBRATION GARDEN has been awarded £1,000 by Tesco Bags of Help. Thank you to all who voted for our project and Tesco. Thank you also to our local borough councillors who have awarded £2,000 for a granite bench as a memorial to the miners to be included in the garden. We give a big thank you to Maria Paton who has worked so hard on this project and done so much to bring it all to fruition.

GIFT AID DECLARATIONS (GAD): If you are currently a taxpayer and want to gift aid your donation to the parish, please complete a gift aid declaration form. This will enable the parish to claim an extra 25p from HM Revenue and Customs for every £1 of donation received. The form can be obtained from Adeline Chan or from Fr. Andy. Please contact Adeline if you have any queries or if your personal circumstances have changed which affects your current GAD.

LIVISON CHIPATSIO (Programme Officer in CAFOD’s Harare Office, Zimbabwe) is visiting parishes, schools and volunteer centres across the north of England during Lent to speak about their projects tackling hunger and malnutrition in Zimbabwe. He will be sharing his personal stories of the need faced by families and the impact the projects are having on the whole community. He will be speaking at two Hallam venues (1) Holy Spirit, Dronfield on Friday 16th February 12-2pm (lunch provided) (2) St. William of York, Sheffield at Masses on Saturday 17th6.30pm and Sunday 18th 9.30am and 11.15am (with light lunch after 11.15 mass).Everyone welcome. These are not fundraising events simply for interest and information.

WEDNESDAY 8TH FEBRUARY is the feast of Josephine Bakhita, patron saint of victims of slavery and trafficking. She was a slave in Sudan who was rescued and became a Canossian Sister in Italy. She was canonised in 2000 by St. Pope John Paul. We pray for all victims of modern slavery and human trafficking. The Medaille Trust works to provide support for victims in the UK. For further information about the charity contact Sheena Field (s.field@medaille-trust.org.uk).

HELP ST MARY MAGDALENE’S FOOD BANK by voting for our project with Aviva Community Fund. Please go to community-fund.aviva.co.uk, register and vote for our project: your vote could help us get an extra £1000 to finance the Food Bank. Thank you in anticipation

COULD YOU ASSIST WITH THE CHILDRENS LITURGY ONCE EVERY 6 WEEKS? Please contact Susan Bekisz or emailsusanbekisz@sky.com for more details. No teaching experience required just a desire to continue this important ministry. You will not be expected to lead the session (unless you’d like to!) just be present to provide support.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Eileen Butterfield, Mary Clarke, Peggy Cummins, Joan Dawtry, Gillian Gee, Brendan Handley, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Sandra Sherratt, Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt and Michel.

FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year B)

Week beginning Sunday 4 February 2018
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People people of the Parish -
Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.00am - Mass for Jim Reilly - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton 

No Evening Mass today

7.00pm Parish Care Support Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington


WEDNESDAY

No Early Morning Mass today

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament Followed by the Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Parish Reflection Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

No Early Morning Mass today

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

6.30pm First Holy Communion Meeting for Children & Parents - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Distribution of Holy Communion -
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

Last week's collection: £359.90

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)

FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year B)

Week beginning Sunday 28th January 2018

SATURDAY: 6.30pm Mass in Blessed William Richardson for Marjorie and John Holling

SUNDAY: 9.00am Mass in St. Joseph’s for the People of the Parish

MONDAY: No Mass Today

TUESDAY: 11.30am-12.30pm Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs at Blessed William Richardson

7.00pm Mass in the Parish Rooms

WEDNESDAY: 8.15am Mass in the Parish Rooms

9.15am Childminders Group in the Parish Rooms

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in the Parish Rooms (followed by the Over 50s Club)

THURSDAY: 8.15am Mass in the Parish Rooms

9.15am Childminders Group in the Parish Rooms

FRIDAY: FEAST OF THE PRESENTATION OF THE LORD (CANDLEMAS)

10.30am Service of the Word with Distribution of Holy Communion in the Parish Rooms

Last week’s collections: £255.95. Thank you very much.

Next Sunday: Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year B)

Week beginning Sunday 14 January 2018
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People people of the Parish -
Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.00am - Mass for Keith Stafford - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton 

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Jospeh's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass for Win Wilson and her sons, Terence & Philip -
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament Followed by the Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington
 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass for The Holy Souls- Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament Followed by the Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

6.00pm First Holy Communion Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

Last week's collection: £354.10

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Third Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)

NOTICES

PEACE SUNDAY: No-one can be unaware of the tens of thousands of people around the globe who have been displaced or forced to leave their homes because of violence or climate related disasters. We are all invited to reflect on our role to be peacemakers and peace seekers. There will be a retiring collection for Pax Christi.

WEEK OF CHRISTIAN UNITY: Begins Thursday18th January. On Sunday 21st there will be a special service at St. James’s in South Anston at 6pm.

KEITH STAFFORD RIP: Keith passed away one year ago his anniversary is on Monday 15th January. This Sunday’s mass is being offered for Keith, please remember him and his family in your prayers at this time.

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION preparation for children and parents begins on Thursday 18th January in the parish rooms at 6.00pm. Please contact Lucy Liversidge on 07837 190969 if you have any queries.

CHURCH CLEANING: Judith Sherratt is stepping down as lead in organising and managing Church cleaning and a replacement is needed. Contact Judith on 01909 563874 for more information if you’re interested in taking on this vital role.

COULD YOU ASSIST WITH THE CHILDRENS LITURGY ONCE EVERY 6 WEEKS? Please contact Susan Bekisz on 07891 131819 or email susanbekisz@sky.com for more details. No teaching experience required just a desire to continue this important ministry. You will not be expected to lead the session (unless you’d like to!) just be present to provide support.

GIFT AID DECLARATIONS (GAD): If you are currently a taxpayer and want to gift aid your donation to the parish, please complete a gift aid declaration form. This will enable the parish to claim an extra 25p from HM Revenue and Customs for every £1 of donation received. The form can be obtained from Adeline Chan (07752 230051) or from Fr. Andy. Please contact Adeline if you have any queries or if your personal circumstances have changed which affects your current GAD.

RED MISSIO BOXES: A Missio box has been left at St. Joseph’s for counting, however there is no name on the box for return. If anyone thinks it may be theirs please give Paddy Ducey a call on 01909 482583. Thank you.

DO YOU SUPPORT CATHOLIC SCHOOLS (AND THE RIGHT OF CATHOLICS TO SEND THEIR CHILDREN TO THEM?): The Government is making a critical decision on whether to overturn the admissions cap which prevents Catholic schools from allowing all Catholic pupils to attend. They have acknowledged that this policy discriminates against Catholics and promised to abandon it. Visithttp://catholicnews.org.uk/ or search ‘Catholic Education’ to write to the government and urge them to drop their policy which bans new Catholic schools.

HALLAM BETHLEHEM FUND: As the condition of Christians in the Holy Land deteriorates help is desperately needed. The elderly men and women are especially suffering. Please keep them in your prayers and consider making a donation to support their work. More details can be found at www.hallambethlehemfund.co.uk

BECOME A CHAMPION OF SWINTON LOCK (by raising at least £100): Swinton Lock is a local charity that works with adult survivors of child sexual exploitation (CSE) & family members. Their services are under great pressure. Liam Harron is helping them fundraise and has leaflets for anyone interested. An idea to raise £100 - get 10 people to raise £10 each. Liam has personally embarked on a challenge to walk 100 miles by the end of January to raise funds for Swinton Lock. Please consider sponsoring Liam and supporting this worthy cause. There is a fundraising page for anyone interested in donating to this cause:https://fundraise.charitycheckout.co.uk/swintonlock/pf/StJosephs

HELP ST MARY MAGDALENE’S FOOD BANK by voting for our project with Aviva

Community Fund. Please go to community-fund.aviva.co.uk, register and vote for our

project: your vote could help us get an extra £1000 to finance the Food Bank. Thank you in

anticipation

HELP ST MARY MAGDALENE’S FOOD BANK by voting for our project with Aviva

Community Fund. Please go to community-fund.aviva.co.uk, register and vote for our

project: your vote could help us get an extra £1000 to finance the Food Bank. Thank you in

anticipation

PASSION NARRATIVES: Presentation on 20th March 2018 at Blessed Trinity, Wickersley starting at 7.00pm.

CHILDRENS LITURGY: Every Sunday children are invited to join in their own special liturgy in the parish rooms (during the Liturgy of the Word). Themes from the gospel and/or readings of the day will be explained at a level they can understand and enjoy. Sessions are prepared for children aged 4-8 years (older/younger children willing/able to join in are also welcome).

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Eileen Butterfield, Mary Clarke, Peggy Cummins, Joan Dawtry, Gillian Gee, Brendan Handley, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Sandra Sherratt, Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt and Michel.

FIRST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year B)

Week beginning Sunday 31 December 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People people of the Parish -
Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY (NEW YEAR'S EVE)

9.00am - Mass for Michael Carney - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY (NEW YEAR'S DAY):  MARY, HOLY MOTHER OF GOD

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton 

No Evening Mass today

7.30pm Parish Care Support Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

No early morning Mass

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament Followed by the Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

No early morning Mass

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Distribution of Holy Communion
(First Friday)
 - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington
 

 

SATURDAY

No Confession Service this month

 

Last week's collections: £197.60; Christmas Flowers: £74.90;
Christmas Masses: £1,116.59

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: The Epiphany of The Lord (Year B)

NOTICES

FATHER ANDY WRITES:  I hope you all have had a happy Christmas. Once again, I would like to thank everyone for your kind Christmas wishes, your lovely cards and most generous and much appreciated gifts lots of beer – thank you. Also a huge thanks goes towards those who have helped in any way in making the Advent and Christmas services so joyful and prayerful. I wish you and all your family and friends a very Happy New Year full of peace and joy.

All my love Andy.

TERRY DRIVER RIP: Terry’s funeral is on Wednesday 3rd January at 2.00pm in St. John the Baptist Church, Wales and afterwards at The Duke of Leeds pub.

EILEEN HICKEN RIP: Eileen, who had been ill for some time, has died peacefully in a care home in Worksop aged 101. Please keep Eileen and her daughter Marilyn in your prayers. Her funeral service is on Thursday 11th January at 12 noon.

NEW YEAR VIGIL AT ST. MARIE’S: This Sunday there is a New Year’s Eve vigil followed by Mass at midnight. The vigil follows Mass at 6.30pm. This is a vigil of prayer followed by Mass to usher in the New Year. Everyone welcome.

HUGH NEILL RIP: There will be a parish celebration of Hugh’s life on Thursday 11th January 7.00pm in the Parish Rooms

ADVENT FOOD COLLECTION: A thank you card has been received from the Salvation Army with regards to our Advent food bank donations, which they have now distributed to needy families on our behalf.

170 CLUB: Congratulations to the winners of the December draw: £500 (98) S. Cannadine; £200 (1) Fallons; £40 (164) C. Staten; £20 (154) Fr. Andy.

PEACE SUNDAY: Sunday 14th January – no-one can be unaware of the tens of thousands of people around the globe who have been displaced or forced to leave their homes because of violence or climate related disasters. We are all invited to reflect on our role to be peacemakers and peaceseekers.

HALLAM BETHLEHEM FUND: As the condition of Christians in the Holy Land deteriorates help is desperately needed. The elderly men and women are especially suffering. Please keep them in your prayers and consider making a donation to support their work. More details can be found at www.hallambethlehemfund.co.uk

FUNDRAISING FOR SWINTON LOCK: During December and January Liam Harron plans to walk 100 miles to raise funds for Swinton Lock. Please consider sponsoring Liam and supporting this worthy cause. There is also a fundraising page for anyone interested in donating to this cause:https://fundraise.charitycheckout.co.uk/swintonlock/pf/StJosephs

CAN YOU HELP? Jacek Gizinski is trying to trace the burial place of Leon Berski who was born in 1915 and died in 2001. He was married to Mary Watts. If you can help, Jacek can be contacted on 07894 571562.

PASSION NARRATIVES: Presentation on 20th March 2018 at Blessed Trinity, Wickersley starting at 7.00pm.

LAST CHANCE TO VOTE FOR ST. JOSEPH’S GARDEN PROJECT in Tesco’s Dinnington and Maltby between 1st November 2017 and 1stJanuary 2018. The more blue tokens we get, the more we can improve the garden including paths. Every time you shop no matter how small your purchase please ask for a token and vote.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma,
Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Eileen Butterfield,
Mary Clarke, Peggy Cummins, Joan Dawtry, Gillian Gee, Brendan Handley, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton,
Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Sandra Sherratt, Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt and Michel.

FOURTH SUNDAY INADVENT (Year B)

Week beginning Sunday 24 December 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People people of the Parish - St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington
(No Mass at Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton)

 

SUNDAY MORNING

11.00am Mass - St Mary Magdalene's, Maltby
(No morning Mass at St Joseph's Church, Dinnington)

 

THE SEASON OF CHRISTMAS

CHRISTMAS EVE

6.00pm Children's Mass - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.30pm Mass - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington
With Carols from 11pm

 

CHRISTMAS DAY

9.00am Mass - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

BOXING DAY

10.00am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

No early morning Mass

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament Followed by the Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

9.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
 Dinnington

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass - Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY (NEW YEAR'S EVE)

9.00am Mass - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

Last week's collection: £273.94

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Holy Family of Jesus, Maryu & Joseph (Year B)

NOTICES

FATHER ANDY WRITES:  I want to thank everyone for your kind Christmas wishes, your lovely cards and most generous and much appreciated gifts. A great thanks goes towards those who have helped in any way in making the Advent and Christmas services so joyful and prayerful. I wish you and all your family and friends a very happy and peace filled Christmas. All my love Andy.

RETIRING COLLECTION: There will be a second collection at the Christmas masses for church flowers.

EILEEN HICKEN RIP: Eileen, who had been ill for some time, has died peacefully in a care home in Worksop aged 101. Please keep Eileen and her daughter Marilyn in your prayers. Her funeral service is on Thursday 11th January at 12 noon.

NEVILLE WILSON-DEROZE RIP: Please remember in your prayers Neville’s family as they comfort each other following the unexpected death of a much loved father and grandfather.

MASS AT ST. MARIE’S on Christmas Day at 6.30pm. There is also a New Year’s Eve vigil followed by Mass at midnight after the 6.30pm Sunday Mass. This is a vigil of prayer followed by Mass to usher in the New Year. Everyone welcome.

HUGH NEILL RIP: There will be a parish celebration of Hugh’s life on Thursday 11th January 7.00pm in the Parish Rooms

ADVENT FOOD COLLECTION: A thank you card has been received from the Salvation Army with regards to our Advent food bank donations, which they have now distributed to needy families on our behalf.

170 CLUB: Congratulations to the winners of the December draw: £500 (98) S. Cannadine; £200 (1) Fallons; £40 (164) C. Staten; £20 (154) Fr. Andy.

HALLAM BETHLEHEM FUND: As the condition of Christians in the Holy Land deteriorates help is desperately needed. The elderly men and women are especially suffering. Please keep them in your prayers and consider making a donation to support their work. More details can be found at www.hallambethlehemfund.co.uk

FUNDRAISING FOR SWINTON LOCK: During December and January Liam Harron plans to walk 100 miles to raise funds for Swinton Lock. Please consider sponsoring Liam and supporting this worthy cause. There is also a fundraising page for anyone interested in donating to this cause:https://fundraise.charitycheckout.co.uk/swintonlock/pf/StJosephs

HELP ST MARY MAGDALENE’S FOOD BANK by voting for our project with Aviva

Community Fund. Please go to community-fund.aviva.co.uk, register and vote for our

project: your vote could help us get an extra £1000 to finance the Food Bank. Thank you in

anticipation

HELP ST MARY MAGDALENE’S FOOD BANK by voting for our project with Aviva

Community Fund. Please go to community-fund.aviva.co.uk, register and vote for our

project: your vote could help us get an extra £1000 to finance the Food Bank. Thank you in

anticipation

CAN YOU HELP? Jacek Gizinski is trying to trace the burial place of Leon Berski who was born in 1915 and died in 2001. He was married to Mary Watts. If you can help, Jacek can be contacted on 07894 571562.

PASSION NARRATIVES: Presentation on 20th March 2018 at Blessed Trinity, Wickersley starting at 7.00pm.

ATTENTION PARENTS: Every Sunday children are invited to join in their own special liturgy in the parish rooms (during the Liturgy of the Word at the 9.00am Mass). Themes from the gospel and/or readings of the day will be explained at a level they can understand and enjoy. Sessions are prepared for children aged 4-8 years (older/younger children keen to join in are also welcome).

DON’T FORGET TO VOTE FOR ST. JOSEPH’S GARDEN PROJECT in Tesco’s Dinnington and Maltby between 1st November 2017 and 1stJanuary 2018. The more blue tokens we get, the more we can improve the garden including paths. Every time you shop no matter how small your purchase please ask for a token and vote.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Eileen Butterfield, Mary Clarke, Peggy Cummins, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Brendan Handley, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Sandra Sherratt, Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt and Michel.

THIRD SUNDAY OF ADVENT (YEAR B)

Week beginning Sunday 17 December 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People people of the Parish -
Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.00am Mass for Hugh Neill - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

6.00pm Advent Service - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington Led by Children of St Joseph's School


TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton 

No Evening Mass today

7.00pm Penitential Service - St Mary Magdalene, Maltby

  

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am  Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adotration of the Blessed Sacrament
Followed by the Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms,
S
t Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Penitential Service - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
 Dinnington

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

SUNDAY

11.00am Mass - St Mary Magdalene, Maltby

 

CHRISTMAS EVE

6.00pm Children's Christmas Mass - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.00pm Carols - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington followed at
11.30pm Mass for Christmas - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

CHRISTMAS DAY

9.00am Mass - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington


BOXING DAY

10.00am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington


Last week's collection: £229.40

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Fourth Sunday of Advent (Year B)

NOTICES

BLESSED WILLIAM RICHARDSON:  Apologies for any convenience caused last week by the cancellation of Mass. All the repairs to the damage caused by the flooding are now complete. This weekend we welcome and extend our thanks to David Hickey, Head Teacher at St. Joseph’s School, who joins us to speak about his role in both the school and our parish.

PENITENTIAL SERVICES: Tuesday 19th December – 7.00pm at St. Mary Magdalene (no evening mass at St. Joseph’s). Wednesday 20thDecember – 7.00pm in St. Joseph’s.

CHRISTMAS SERVICES: Monday 18th December – Advent Service in Church at 6pm led by St. Joseph’s school children. Saturday 23rdDecember – 6.30pm Mass at St. Joseph’s (no Mass at Blessed William Richardson). Sunday 24th December – 11.00am Mass at St. Mary Magdalene, Maltby (no morning Mass at St. Joseph’s). 6.00pm Children’s Christmas Mass at St. Joseph’s. 11.00pm Carols in Church then 11.30pm Mass for Christmas at St. Joseph’s. Monday 25th December – 9.00am Mass in St. Joseph’s and 11.00am Mass at St. Mary Magdalene.

Boxing Day Tuesday 26th December – 10.00am Mass in the parish rooms.

IF ANYONE NEEDS HELP WITH TRANSPORT to any of the Christmas services please contact Judith on 01909 563874 or Alysia on 07875 603001.

HUGH NEILL RIP: There will be a parish celebration of Hugh’s life in the New Year. Details to follow.

FUNDRAISING FOR SWINTON LOCK: During December and January Liam Harron plans to walk 100 miles to raise funds for Swinton Lock. Please consider sponsoring Liam and supporting this worthy cause. There is also a fundraising page for anyone interested in donating to this cause:https://fundraise.charitycheckout.co.uk/swintonlock/pf/StJosephs

FOOD COLLECTION FOR ADVENT: Leave donations in the box at the back of church to be distributed to local food banks.

CHRISTMAS TREE MESSAGES: Once again there will be a tree at the back of church for you to write and hang a Christmas message on to save writing individual cards. A basket will be next to it for donations to charity. Thank you.

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION 2018: Preparation will begin in January for the sacrament of First Holy Communion which will take place at Easter. The sacrament is available to all baptised Catholic children in year 3 and above. If you wish for your child to take part in the preparation programme, please collect a letter from the back of church.

HELP ST MARY MAGDALENE’S FOOD BANK by voting for our project with Aviva

Community Fund. Please go to community-fund.aviva.co.uk, register and vote for our

project: your vote could help us get an extra £1000 to finance the Food Bank. Thank you in

anticipation

HELP ST MARY MAGDALENE’S FOOD BANK by voting for our project with Aviva

Community Fund. Please go to community-fund.aviva.co.uk, register and vote for our

project: your vote could help us get an extra £1000 to finance the Food Bank. Thank you in

anticipation

WOODSETTS AGAINST FRACKING: Festive event, Sunday 17thDecember 2pm-5pm on Woodsetts recreational ground. Includes craft stalls, fairground attractions, mulled wine, hot chestnuts, music, carol singing, santas grotto etc…Please come along and support the event and have lots of fun.

PASSION NARRATIVES: Presentation on 20th March 2018 at Blessed Trinity, Wickersley starting at 7.00pm.

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Eileen Butterfield, Mary Clarke, Peggy Cummins, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Hanna Shaw, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Sandra Sherratt, Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt and Michel.

SECOND SUNDAY IN ADVENT (Year B)

Week beginning Sunday 10 December 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm NO MASS (see notices) - Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.00am Mass for Brian Williams - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

6.00pm Christmas Concert - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington
(followed by refreshments in Parish Rooms)


MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton 

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am  Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adotration of the Blessed Sacrament
Followed by the Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms,
S
t Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
 Dinnington

 

Last week's collection: £310.85

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Third Sunday of Advent (Year B)

NOTICES

APOLOGIES: Unfortunately due to flooding affecting the Blessed William Richardson chapel, mass had to be cancelled last night. Hopefully the repairs to the heating will be complete for next Saturday when we welcome David Hickey, Head Teacher at St. Joseph’s School, to speak about his role in both the school and our parish.

CHRISTMAS CONCERT: Please join us at 6pm in church today for our Christmas Concert featuring special guests ‘Bramley Brass Band’. Turkey sandwiches and refreshments will be available afterwards in the parish rooms. Funds raised will go towards ‘Lesotho 2018’. 7 St. Bernard’s students from our parish have been accepted to join the project.

PENITENTIAL SERVICES: Tuesday 19th December – 7.00pm at St. Mary Magdalen (no evening mass at St. Joseph’s). Wednesday 20thDecember – 7.00pm in St. Joseph’s.

CHRISTMAS SERVICES: Monday 18th December – Advent Service in Church at 6pm led by St. Joseph’s school children. Saturday 23rdDecember – 6.30pm Mass at St. Joseph’s (no Mass at Blessed William Richardson). Sunday 24th December – 11.00am Mass at St. Mary Magdalene, Maltby (no morning Mass at St. Joseph’s). 6.00pm Children’s Christmas Mass at St. Joseph’s. 11.00pm Carols in Church then 11.30pm Mass for Christmas at St. Joseph’s. Monday 25th December – 9.00am Mass in St. Joseph’s and 11.00am Mass at St. Mary Magdalene.

Boxing Day Tuesday 26th December – 10.00am Mass in the parish rooms.

IF ANYONE NEEDS HELP WITH TRANSPORT to any of the Christmas services please contact Judith on 01909 563874 or Alysia on 07875 603001.

HUGH NEILL RIP Service of Thanksgiving at Sheffield Cathedral on Thursday 14th December at 2.30pm. A bus is being provided picking up from St. George’s, Woodsetts at 1.10pm and St. Joseph’s lower car park entrance at 1.20pm. It will depart Sheffield at approx. 4.30pm after a reception with the family in Cutlers Hall (opposite cathedral). If you would like to travel on the bus please write your name on the list on the notice board in church or contact Lucy Liversidge 07837 190969.

FUNDRAISING FOR SWINTON LOCK: During December and January Liam Harron plans to walk 100 miles to raise funds for Swinton Lock. Please consider sponsoring Liam and supporting this worthy cause.

LADIES GROUP: Wednesday 13th December at Aston Spring Farm. Painting a pot. Bring your own refreshments. Meet at St. Joseph’s 6.30pm to share cars. Please let Shauna know if you would like to join in.

FOOD COLLECTION FOR ADVENT: Leave donations in the box at the back of church to be distributed to local food banks.

CHRISTMAS TREE MESSAGES: Once again there will be a tree at the back of church for you to write and hang a Christmas message on to save writing individual cards. A basket will be next to it for donations to charity. Thank you.

ST. JOSEPH’S SCHOOL: 15th December – Christmas Fayre at 2.00pm. Bottles needed for the Tombola as well as any help you can offer. 24th December – Children’s Mass. For more details about either please speak to Mary Gillgrass.

MASS FOR THE SICK 12 noon Wednesday 13th December at Immaculate Conception, Herringthorpe - followed by lunch.

NATIVITY NARRATIVES presentation at Blessed Trinity, Wickersley on Thursday 14th December at 7pm. All welcome.

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION 2018: Preparation will begin in January for the sacrament of First Holy Communion which will take place at Easter. The sacrament is available to all baptised Catholic children in year 3 and above. If you wish for your child to take part in the preparation programme, please collect a letter from the back of church.

HELP ST MARY MAGDALENE’S FOOD BANK by voting for our project with Aviva

Community Fund. Please go to community-fund.aviva.co.uk, register and vote for our

project: your vote could help us get an extra £1000 to finance the Food Bank. Thank you in

anticipation

HELP ST MARY MAGDALENE’S FOOD BANK by voting for our project with Aviva

Community Fund. Please go to community-fund.aviva.co.uk, register and vote for our

project: your vote could help us get an extra £1000 to finance the Food Bank. Thank you in

anticipation

WOODSETTS AGAINST FRACKING: Festive event, Sunday 17thDecember 2pm-5pm on Woodsetts recreational ground. Includes craft stalls, fairground attractions, mulled wine, hot chestnuts, music, carol singing, santas grotto etc…Please come along and support the event and have lots of fun.

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Eileen Butterfield, Mary Clarke, Peggy Cummins, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Hanna Shaw, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Sandra Sherratt, Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt and Michel.

FIRST SUNDAY IN ADVENT (Year B)

Week beginning Sunday 3 December 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.00am Mass for John Walsh - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

12.30pm Baptisms - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington


MONDAY

No Mass today

7.30pm Ladies' Choir Practice - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

TUESDAY

9.30am Penitential Service - St Joseph's School, Dinnington

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs -
Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton 

7.00pm Deanery Co-ordinators Meeting - Wickersley

7.30pm Parish Care Support Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am  Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adotration of the Blessed Sacrament
Followed by the Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms,
S
t Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Parish Reflection Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
 Dinnington

 

 Last week's collection: £193.94

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Second Sunday of Advent (Year B)

NOTICES

ADVENT: During masses this weekend we will have a special blessing of Advent Wreaths including those from our school.

NEXT SUNDAY: Please join us next Sunday 10th December at 6pm in church for our Christmas Concert featuring special guests ‘Bramley Brass Band’. Turkey sandwiches and refreshments will be available afterwards in the parish rooms. Funds raised will go towards ‘Lesotho 2018’. 7 St. Bernard’s students from our parish have been accepted to join the project.

CHRISTMAS SERVICES: Saturday 23rd December – 6.30pm Mass at St. Joseph’s (no Mass at Blessed William Richardson). Sunday 24thDecember – 11.00am Mass at St. Mary Magdalene, Maltby (no morning Mass at St. Joseph’s). 6.00pm Children’s Christmas Mass at St. Joseph’s. 11.00pm Carols in Church then 11.30pm Mass for Christmas at St. Joseph’s. Monday 25th December – 9.00am Mass in St. Joseph’s and 11.00am Mass at St. Mary Magdalene. Tuesday 26th December – 10.00am Mass in the parish rooms.

THANK YOU to David Hickey (St. Joseph’s School Headteacher) for speaking to us at Dinnington last week. We will be welcoming David to Kiveton on Saturday 16th December.

HUGH NEILL RIP: A Service of Thanksgiving will be held at Sheffield Cathedral on Thursday 14th December at 2.30pm. A bus is being provided picking up from St. George’s, Woodsetts at 1.10pm and St. Joseph’s lower car park entrance at 1.20pm. The bus will depart Sheffield at approx. 4.30pm after a reception with the family in Cutlers Hall (opposite the cathedral). If you would like to travel on the bus please write your name on the list on the notice board in church or contact Lucy Liversidge 07837 190969.

170 CLUB: November winners: £200 (30) Maine Hobart; £40 (77) S. Hilton; £20 (67) S. Kelly. Congratulations.

PARISH REFLECTION GROUP: Meet Wednesday 6th December at 7pm in the parish rooms. Agendas available in church.

LADIES GROUP: Wednesday 13th December at Aston Spring Farm. Painting a pot. Bring your own refreshments. Please let Shauna know if you would like to join in.

PARISH CARE SUPPORT GROUP meet this Tuesday 5th December at 7.30pm in the parish rooms. All welcome.

ST. JOSEPH’S SCHOOL: 6th December – Reading morning. Help by reading or listening to children. Bring your favourite book to read. All welcome and all classes involved. 15th December – Christmas Fayreat 2.00pm. Bottles needed for the Tombola as well as any help you can offer. Please speak to Mary Gillgrass. 18th December – Advent Servicein Church at 6pm led by children – all welcome. 24th December – Childrens Mass – let Mary know if your child would like to be involved.

MASS FOR THE SICK 12 noon Wednesday 13th December at Immaculate Conception, Herringthorpe - followed by lunch.

CHILD SEXUAL EXPLOITATION (CSE): Jayne Senior MBE and a survivor of CSE are coming to talk at St. Joseph’s on Saturday 9thDecember at 11am in the parish rooms. All welcome.

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION 2018: Preparation will begin in January for the sacrament of First Holy Communion which will take place at Easter. The sacrament is available to all baptised Catholic children in year 3 and above. If you wish for your child to take part in the preparation programme, please collect a letter from the back of church.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Eileen Butterfield, Mary Clarke, Peggy Cummins, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Hanna Shaw, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Sandra Sherratt, Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt and Michel.

OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST THE KING (Year A)

YOUTH SUNDAY
 
Week beginning Sunday 26 November 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.00am Youth Mass for Hugh Neill - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

6.00pm Ladies' Choir Practice - Bramley Parish Hall

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs -
Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am  Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Distirbution of Communion - Followed by the Over 50s Club
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY FEAST OF ST ANDREW, APOSTLE, PATRON OF SCOTLAND

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
 Dinnington

 

SATURDAY

5.00pm Confession Service - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

 Last week's collection: £301.21

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: First Sunday of Advent (Year A)

NOTICES

YOUTH SUNDAY: Thank you to our young people who lead our Mass today and to David Hickey, head teacher at St. Joseph’s School, for speaking to us about his role within the school and our parish.

RETIRING COLLECTION: This weekend there will be a second collection for the Retired and Sick Priests of the Diocese.

HUGH NEILL RIP: A Service of Thanksgiving will be held at Sheffield Cathedral on Thursday 14th December at 2.30pm.

NEXT WEEKEND as we enter into Advent we will have a special blessing of Advent Wreaths during Mass.

DINNINGTON WINTER FESTIVAL: This Wednesday, 29th November from 2pm on Dinnington High Street. Christmas stalls and market etc… If people can help distribute leaflets with details of the Christmas services in local churches please collect some at 4.30pm from The Lyric Theatre.

SERVICE OF LIGHT: This Wednesday 29th November at 7pm in Church. Everybody welcome to this annual service which remembers our deceased family and friends. A quiet celebration with readings and periods of reflection and time for private thought. Lifts can be arranged by contacting Kate Patterson on 07847 239522.

LADIES NIGHT: November 30th – Italian meal at Pontis. Meet at St. Joseph’s at 6.15pm to share cars.

FOOD BANK DONATIONS can be left in the box at the back of church. All food will be distributed to local food banks.

CHILD SEXUAL EXPLOITATION (CSE): Jayne Senior MBE and a survivor of CSE are coming to talk at St. Joseph’s on Saturday 9thDecember at 11am in the parish rooms. All welcome.

BECOME A CHAMPION OF SWINTON LOCK (by raising at least £100): Swinton Lock is a local charity that works with adult survivors of child sexual exploitation (CSE) & family members. Their services are under great pressure. Liam Harron is helping them fundraise has leaflets for anyone interested. An idea to raise £100 - get 10 people to raise £10 each.

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION 2018: Preparation will begin in January for the sacrament of First Holy Communion which will take place at Easter. The sacrament is available to all baptised Catholic children in year 3 and above. If you wish for your child to take part in the preparation programme, please collect a letter from the back of church.

ST JOSEPH’S CHRISTMAS CONCERT: Sunday 10th December at 6pm in church featuring special guests ‘Bramley Brass Band’. Turkey sandwiches and refreshments will be available afterwards in the parish rooms. Funds raised will go towards ‘Lesotho 2018’. 7 St. Bernard’s students from our parish have been accepted to join the project.

SCHOOL NEWS: £194.95 was raised during October for CAFOD and they were able to send food from their Harvest Festival to Maltby food bank. The recent Mission Together assembly is being followed up with mission box collections.

CAFOD in Hallam need people to join their schools team. A fun and rewarding role allowing you to share your faith with children & young people. Full training and support is given you just need a little free time during the school day. Contact Jeremy Cain on hallam@cafod.ac.uk or 07710 094454.

VOTE FOR ST. JOSEPH’S GARDEN PROJECT in Tesco’s Dinnington and Maltby between 1st November 2017 and 1st January 2018. The more blue tokens we get, the more we can improve the garden including paths. Every time you shop no matter how small your purchase please ask for a token and vote. You don’t need to buy a bag to vote.

HELP ST MARY MAGDALENE’S FOOD BANK by voting for our project with Aviva

Community Fund. Please go to community-fund.aviva.co.uk, register and vote for our

project: your vote could help us get an extra £1000 to finance the Food Bank. Thank you in

anticipation

HELP ST MARY MAGDALENE’S FOOD BANK by voting for our project with Aviva

Community Fund. Please go to community-fund.aviva.co.uk, register and vote for our

project: your vote could help us get an extra £1000 to finance the Food Bank. Thank you in

anticipation

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Peggy Cummins, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Hanna Shaw, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Sandra Sherratt, Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr. Andy’s friend Marie.


THIRTY-THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 19 November 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for Mark Teesdale - Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.00am Mass for People of the Parish - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

7.30pm Ladies' Choir Practice - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

TUESDAY

11.30am- Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs -
Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am  Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Distirbution of Communion - Followed by the Over 50s Club
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY DEDICATION OF ST MARIE'S CATHEDRAL

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
 Dinnington

 

Last week's collection: £301.21

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Our Lord Jesus Christ The King (Year A)

NOTICES

NEXT SUNDAY we celebrate the feast of Christ the King and also mark Youth Sunday. Our young people will lead our Mass for us and there will also be a second collection for Catholic Youth Services. David Hickey, head teacher at St. Joseph’s School, will be joining us to speak about his role both within the school and our parish.

SAMARITANS PURSE SHOE BOX APPEAL: Boxes are available at the back of church. Return on Sunday 26th November.

SERVICE OF LIGHT: Wednesday 29th November at 7pm in Church. Everybody welcome to this annual service which remembers our deceased family and friends. A quiet celebration with readings and periods of reflection and time for private thought. Lifts can be arranged by contacting Kate Patterson on 07847 239522.

LADIES NIGHT: November 30th at 7.00pm, Pontis Italian restaurant, Fox Valley. Menu is on-line. Contact Shauna to book.

FIRST WORLD DAY OF POVERTY was on November 9th. Food bank donations can be left in the box at the back of church. All food collected will be distributed to local food banks.

OUR REMEMBRANCE BOOK is to be updated. Information needs to be checked for corrections. Also to be included is any information for funerals at St. Joseph’s. There is a form for amendments and additions (for the memorial book/death register) alongside the current memorial book at the back of church.

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION 2018: Preparation will begin in January for the sacrament of First Holy Communion which will take place at Easter. The sacrament is available to all baptised Catholic children in year 3 and above. If you wish for your child to take part in the programme, please collect a letter from the back of church today.

ST JOSEPH’S CHRISTMAS CONCERT: Please come and join us on Sunday 10th December at 6pm in church for our Christmas Concert featuring special guests Bramley Brass Band. This year we are fundraising for ‘Lesotho 2018’. 7 St. Bernard’s students from our parish have been accepted to join the project. Contact Kate Millar for details 07840 716897.

SCHOOL NEWS: £194.95 was raised during October for CAFOD and they were able to send food from their Harvest Festival to Maltby food bank. The recent Mission Together assembly is being followed up with mission box collections. Future events include a Celebration of Learning afternoon in school on 21st November where everyone is welcome to come and view classes at work as well as projects and displays which the children will explain. Youth Mass at Maltby on 26th November at 11am. Y6 residential trip to the Briars 27th-29th November (which sausage sandwich sales helped facilitate).

BECOME A CHAMPION OF SWINTON LOCK (by raising at least £100): Swinton Lock is a local charity that works with adult survivors of child sexual exploitation (CSE) & family members. In the past 3 years they have helped 127 CSE survivors and 291 family members. Their services are under great pressure. Liam Harron is helping them raise funds and will be distributing leaflets to anyone interested. One way of raising £100 would be to get together with 9 others and raise £10 each.

VOTE FOR ST. JOSEPH’S GARDEN PROJECT in Tesco’s Dinnington and Maltby between 1st November 2017 and 1st January 2018. The more blue tokens we get, the more we can improve the garden including paths. Every time you shop no matter how small your purchase please ask for a token and vote. You don’t need to buy a bag to vote.

HELP ST MARY MAGDALENE’S FOOD BANK by voting for our project with Aviva

Community Fund. Please go to community-fund.aviva.co.uk, register and vote for our

project: your vote could help us get an extra £1000 to finance the Food Bank. Thank you in

anticipation

HELP ST MARY MAGDALENE’S FOOD BANK by voting for our project with Aviva

Community Fund. Please go to community-fund.aviva.co.uk, register and vote for our

project: your vote could help us get an extra £1000 to finance the Food Bank. Thank you in

anticipation

ST MARY MAGDALENE’S FOOD BANK: Please help by voting for the project with Aviva Community Fund. Go to community-fund.aviva.co.uk and register and vote for the project – a £1000 will finance the Food Bank. Thank you.

ATTENTION PARENTS: Every Sunday children are invited to join in their own special liturgy in the parish rooms (during the Liturgy of the Word). Themes from the gospel and/or readings of the day will be explained at a level they can understand and enjoy. Sessions are prepared for children aged 4-8 years (older/younger children keen to join in are also welcome).

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Peggy Cummins, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Hanna Shaw, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Sandra Sherratt, Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr. Andy’s friend Marie.


THIRTY-SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 12 November 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.00am Mass for Departed Souls of the Williams & Naughton -
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

7.30pm Ladies' Choir Practice - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

TUESDAY

11.30am- Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs -
Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am  Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Distirbution of Communion - Followed by the Over 50s Club
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed -
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
 Dinnington

 

Last week's collection: £321.30

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

NOTICES

WELCOME to Fr. Pat O’Connor as he joins us to celebrate Masses on Remembrance Sunday. We remember and pray for all those who have lost their lives in the two World Wars and in continuing conflicts.

CURTIS ALLEN RIP: We pray for Curtis, who was only 18, and his parents Mick and Tracy. His funeral is on Thursday.

HUGH NEILL RIP:  Hugh died peacefully at home on Sunday evening. We remember especially Anne, his wife, and all of his family. Special arrangements are being made for Hugh’s funeral and a Memorial Service.

YOUTH SUNDAY is marked next weekend and there will be a retiring collection for Catholic Youth Services.

YOUTH MASS on the Feast of Christ the King, Sunday 26th November. Ministers please note.

STREET CHILDREN: Coffee morning on Saturday 18th November between 11am-2pm in the parish rooms.

SAMARITANS PURSE SHOE BOX APPEAL: Boxes are available at the back of church. Return on Sunday 26th November.

SERVICE OF LIGHT: Wednesday 29th November at 7pm in Church. Everybody welcome to this annual service which remembers our deceased family and friends. A quiet celebration with readings and periods of reflection and time for private thought. Lifts can be arranged by contacting Kate Patterson on 07847 239522.

HORNSEA RETREAT: Please keep in your prayers those on retreat, who are mainly from our parish as they pray for us.

LADIES NIGHT: November 30th at 7.00pm at Pontis Italian restaurant at Fox Valley. Please let Shauna know if you would like to go. The menu is available on-line.

FIRST WORLD DAY OF POVERTY was on November 9th. Food bank donations can be left in the box at the back of church. All food collected will be distributed to local food banks.

OUR REMEMBRANCE BOOK is to be updated. Information needs to be checked for corrections. Also to be included is any information for funerals at St. Joseph’s. There is a form for amendments and additions (for the memorial book/death register) alongside the current memorial book at the back of church.

ST JOSEPH’S CHRISTMAS CONCERT: Please come and join us on Sunday 10th December at 6pm in church for our Christmas Concert featuring special guests Bramley Brass Band. This year we are fundraising for ‘Lesotho 2018’. 7 St. Bernard’s students from our parish have been accepted to join the project. Contact Kate Millar for details 07840 716897.

STRICTLY ST. BERNARD’S: Not to be missed! 18th November in aid of the Lesotho Fund. Tickets £8. Licensed bar. Tickets are limited so please contact the school as soon as possible on 01709 828183.

VOTE FOR ST. JOSEPH’S GARDEN PROJECT in Tesco’s Dinnington and Maltby between 1st November 2017 and 1st January 2018. The more blue tokens we get, the more we can improve the garden including paths. Every time you shop no matter how small your purchase please ask for a token and vote. You don’t need to buy a bag to vote.

HELP ST MARY MAGDALENE’S FOOD BANK by voting for our project with Aviva

Community Fund. Please go to community-fund.aviva.co.uk, register and vote for our

project: your vote could help us get an extra £1000 to finance the Food Bank. Thank you in

anticipation

HELP ST MARY MAGDALENE’S FOOD BANK by voting for our project with Aviva

Community Fund. Please go to community-fund.aviva.co.uk, register and vote for our

project: your vote could help us get an extra £1000 to finance the Food Bank. Thank you in

anticipation

ST MARY MAGDALENE’S FOOD BANK: Please help by voting for the project with Aviva Community Fund. Go to community-fund.aviva.co.uk and register and vote for the project – a £1000 will finance the Food Bank. Thank you.

ATTENTION PARENTS: Every Sunday children are invited to join in their own special liturgy in the parish rooms (during the Liturgy of the Word). Themes from the gospel and/or readings of the day will be explained at a level they can understand and enjoy. Sessions are prepared for children aged 4-8 years (older/younger children keen to join in are also welcome).

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Peggy Cummins, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Hanna Shaw, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Sandra Sherratt, Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr. Andy’s friend Marie.


THIRTY--FIRST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 5 November 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.00am Mass for Edwin Chua - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

12.30pm Baptisms - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

7.30pm Ladies' Choir Practice - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

TUESDAY

11.30am- Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs -
Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am  Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Distirbution of Communion - Followed by the Over 50s Club
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Parish Reflection Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington


THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY ST LEO THE GREAT, POPE, DOCTOR OF THE CHURCH

10.30am Service of the Word with Distribution of Communion (First Friday) - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

Last week's collection: £299.54

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Thirty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

NOTICES

NEXT WEEKEND we welcome Fr. Pat O’Connor to celebrate Masses on Remembrance Sunday while Fr. Andy is away on retreat. We pray especially at this time of year for all those who have lost their lives in conflict.

PARISH REFLECTION GROUP: The next meeting is this Wednesday 8thNovember at 7.00pm in the parish rooms.

STREET CHILDREN: Coffee morning on Saturday 18th November between 11am-2pm in the parish rooms.

SAMARITANS PURSE SHOE BOX APPEAL: Boxes will be available at the back of church on Sunday 5th November and can be returned on Sunday 26th November.

SERVICE OF LIGHT: Wednesday 29th November at 7pm in Church. Everybody welcome to this annual service which remembers our deceased family and friends. A quiet celebration with readings and periods of reflection and time for private thought. Lifts can be arranged by contacting Kate Patterson on 07847 239522.

OUR REMEMBRANCE BOOK is going to be updated. We need to check that information already in the book is correct and also add information on all funerals conducted at St. Joseph’s. There is a form for amendments and additions (for the memorial book/death register) alongside the current memorial book at the back of church. Also, the book that was kept in church containing memorial cards and funeral orders of service is not in its usual place. If someone has borrowed it could they please return it ASAP as it contains information which will assist with updating the remembrance book.

LADIES CHOIR PRACTISE: This Monday 6th November at 7.30pm in church. We welcome new faces. Please support the choir at our Christmas Concert on Sunday 10th December with special guests Bramley Brass Band, fundraising for Lesotho.

170 CLUB: October draw winners: £200 (131) M. Dean; £40 (127) P. Jones; £20 (161) J. Vernon. Congratulations.

STRICTLY ST. BERNARD’S: Not to be missed! 18th November in aid of the Lesotho Fund. Tickets £8. Licensed bar. Tickets are limited so please contact the school as soon as possible on 01709 828183.

RYTON CHORALE autumn concert at The Crossing, Worksop on Saturday 11th November at 7.30pm. Program includes Durufle Requiem and a selection of sacred European music. A fitting concert for Remembrance Day. Tickets £10 (advance) or £12 (on the door). Accompanied U16s free. See www.rytonchorale.org.uk for details or call 01909 807610.

VOTE FOR ST. JOSEPH’S GARDEN PROJECT in Tesco’s Dinnington and Maltby between 1st November 2017 and 1st January 2018. The more blue tokens we get, the more we can improve the garden including paths. Every time you shop no matter how small your purchase please ask for a token and vote. You don’t need to buy a bag to vote.

HELP ST MARY MAGDALENE’S FOOD BANK by voting for our project with Aviva

Community Fund. Please go to community-fund.aviva.co.uk, register and vote for our

project: your vote could help us get an extra £1000 to finance the Food Bank. Thank you in

anticipation

HELP ST MARY MAGDALENE’S FOOD BANK by voting for our project with Aviva

Community Fund. Please go to community-fund.aviva.co.uk, register and vote for our

project: your vote could help us get an extra £1000 to finance the Food Bank. Thank you in

anticipation

ST MARY MAGDALENE’S FOOD BANK: Please help by voting for the project with Aviva Community Fund. Go to community-fund.aviva.co.uk and register and vote for the project – a £1000 will finance the Food Bank. Thank you.

ATTENTION PARENTS: Every Sunday children are invited to join in their own special liturgy in the parish rooms (during the Liturgy of the Word). Themes from the gospel and/or readings of the day will be explained at a level they can understand and enjoy. Sessions are prepared for children aged 4-8 years (older/younger children keen to join in are also welcome).

DEANERY CHRISTMAS LUNCH will be held on Tuesday 5th December at 12 noon at the Carlton Park Hotel, Moorgate Rd, Rotherham. The cost is £14.95 for a 3 course meal and coffee with a Buddy Holly tribute act. Anyone interested should contact Angela Pritchard on 07847 888836. A £5 deposit is required to secure your place.

ALL SAINTS CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL SIXTH FORM has an open morning on Saturday 11th November, 10am-12pm.

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Peggy Cummins, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Hanna Shaw, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Sandra Sherratt, Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr. Andy’s friend Marie.


 

SHILOH HOMELESS CENTRE needs adult male boxer shorts for those who pass through the centre. Preferably new but good quality used also acceptable. Please put in the box at the back of church for collection. Your help is much appreciated.


THIRTIETH  SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 29 October 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.00am Mass for Sidney Johnson - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

12.30pm Baptism - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am- Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs -
Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton


FEAST OF ALL SAINTS - VIGIL MASS 

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY FEAST OF ALL SAINTS - HOLY DAY OF OBLIGATION

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am  Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Distirbution of Communion - Followed by the Over 50s Club
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Mass - St Mary Magdalene, Maltby


 

THURSDAY COMMEMORATION OF ALL THE FAITHFUL DEPARTED
(ALL SOULS DAY)

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Distribution of Communion

(First Friday) - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

 

SATURDAY

12.00pm Coffee Morning - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

5.00pm Confessions - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington


Last week's collection: £347.98

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Thirt-First Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

NOTICES

THIS WEEKEND we welcome Deacon Geoff from Maltby to our masses.

MASS TIMES FOR ALL SAINTS DAY: Masses will take place in the parish rooms at 7.00pm on Tuesday 31st October (vigil) and 8.15am on Wednesday 1st November. Mass will also take place at Maltby on Wednesday evening at 7.00pm.

PARISH REFLECTION GROUP: The next meeting is on Wednesday 8th November at 7.00pm in the parish rooms.

COFFEE MORNING on Saturday 4th November from 12 noon onwards in the parish rooms in aid of an Orphanage in Nicaragua that urgently needs our help. We will be serving drinks, cakes, homemade soup and homemade rolls. There will also be a ‘bring & buy’ sale and raffle. Josie Lee is organising this event and would be most grateful for any prizes for the raffle or nearly new items for the ‘bring & buy’ sale.

OFFERTORY COLLECTORS: During the month of October a mass count should be carried out every weekend please.

STREET CHILDREN: Coffee morning on Saturday 18thNovember between 11am-2pm in the parish rooms.

SAMARITANS PURSE SHOE BOX APPEAL: Boxes will be available at the back of church on Sunday 5th November and can be returned on Sunday 26th November.

OUR REMEMBRANCE BOOK is going to be updated. We need to check that information already in the book is correct and also add information on all funerals conducted at St. Joseph’s. There is a form for amendments and additions (for the memorial book/death register) alongside the current memorial book at the back of church. Also, the book that was kept in church containing memorial cards and funeral orders of service is not in its usual place. If someone has borrowed it could they please return it ASAP as it contains information which will assist with updating the remembrance book.

VOTE FOR ST. JOSEPH’S GARDEN PROJECT in Tescos Dinnington and Maltby between 1st November 2017 and 1stJanuary 2018. The more blue tokens we get, the more we can improve the garden including paths. Every time you shop no matter how small your purchase please ask for a token and vote. You don’t need to buy a bag to vote.

ATTENTION PARENTS: Every Sunday children are invited to join in their own special liturgy in the parish rooms (during the Liturgy of the Word). Themes from the gospel and/or readings of the day will be explained at a level they can understand and enjoy. The sessions are prepared for children aged between 4 and 8 years of age – but younger and older children are also welcome if they are eager to join in.

DEANERY CHRISTMAS LUNCH will be held on Tuesday 5thDecember at 12 noon at the Carlton Park Hotel, Moorgate Rd, Rotherham. The cost is £14.95 for a 3 course meal and coffee with a Buddy Holly tribute act. Anyone interested should contact Angela Pritchard on 07847 888836. A £5 deposit is required to secure your place.

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE THEOLOGY OF THE BODY AND NATURAL FAMILY PLANNING: St. Michael’s & All Angels Catholic Church, 23 Park Street, Wombwell, S73 0QH. Wednesdays at 7pm. Theology of the Body – 1st November; Natural Family Planning (Naturally Managing Fertility & Infertility) – 8th November; Issues of Our Day – 15th November.

SHILOH HOMELESS CENTRE needs adult male boxer shorts for those who pass through the centre. Preferably new but good quality used also acceptable. Please put in the box at the back of church for collection. Your help is much appreciated.

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Hanna Shaw, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Sandra Sherratt, Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Andy’s friend Marie.


THIRTIETH  SUNDAY  IN  ORDINARY TIME  (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 22 October 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.00am Mass for the Holy Souls - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am- Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs -
Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.30pm Ladies' Choir Practice - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am  Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Followed by the Over 50s Club
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

    

Last week's collection: £345.15

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

NOTICES

TODAY IS WORLD MISSION SUNDAY: The Holy Father invites you to support missionaries and the Church in proclaiming the Gospel of peace to those who suffer around the world. By supporting Missio, the Pope’s official charity for overseas mission, you will be sharing the peace and love of Christ with all people by helping everyone in need, regardless of background or belief. Today your prayers and your donation will help a spirit of peace spread across South Sudan and around the world. Please give what you can and if possible please use the Gift Aid envelopes if you are a taxpayer.

SAUSAGE SANDWICHES will be on sale after Mass this Sunday. Proceeds will go to support St. Joseph’s Schools students residential trip to the Briars Centre. The school would like to pass on their thanks to the Ladies Group who raised £80 towards the trip. This weekend we will continue selling tickets for the raffle which the Ladies Group began.

MASS TIMES FOR ALL SAINTS DAY: Masses will take place in the parish rooms at 7.00pm on Tuesday 31st October (vigil) and 8.15am on Wednesday 1st November.

COFFEE MORNING on Saturday 4th November from 12 noon onwards in the parish rooms in aid of an Orphanage in Nicaragua that urgently needs our help. We will be serving drinks, cakes, homemade soup and homemade rolls. There will also be a ‘bring & buy’ sale and raffle. Josie Lee is organising this event and would be most grateful for any prizes for the raffle or nearly new items for the ‘bring & buy’ sale.

OFFERTORY COLLECTORS: During the month of October a mass count should be carried out every weekend please.

LADIES CHOIR PRACTISE: This Monday 23rd October at 7.30pm in church. We welcome new faces. Please support us at our Christmas Concert on Sunday 10th December with special guests Bramley Brass Band. This year we are fundraising for Lesotho 2018. Eight students from our parish have been accepted to join the project. Contact Kate Millar for more details 07840 716897.

STREET CHILDREN: There will be a coffee morning for the street children on Saturday 18th November between 11am-2pm in the parish rooms.

HORNSEA RESIDENTIAL RETREAT: Friday evening (Nov 10th) to Sunday lunchtime (Nov 12th) on the subject of Forgiveness. The retreat will mindfully and lovingly explore a subject that is often perceived as a difficult part of life. Facilitators: Fr. Andy, Liz Fulton (Long) and Joe Long. All inclusive costs from £135. Wholesome food, comfortable rooms and surroundings, sea air & amazing company. Limited places. Email:lizabeth.fulton@btinternet.com or call 07917 791409.

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE THEOLOGY OF THE BODY AND NATURAL FAMILY PLANNING: St. Michael’s & All Angels Catholic Church, 23 Park Street, Wombwell, S73 0QH. Wednesdays at 7pm. Theology of the Body – 1st November; Natural Family Planning (Naturally Managing Fertility & Infertility) – 8th November; Issues of Our Day – 15thNovember.

BABY LOSS AWARENESS: To mark the 50th Anniversary of the Abortion Act, pro-life charity LIFE are encouraging this initiative for October 2017. Packs are available to be downloaded if anyone wishes to organise a memorial. Please contact Elizabeth Parsons:elizabethparsons@lifecharity.org.uk or on 07515578582.

SHILOH HOMELESS CENTRE needs adult male boxer shorts for those who pass through the centre. Preferably new but good quality used also acceptable. Please put in the box at the back of church for collection. Your help is much appreciated.

EMMAUS 2017: Opening the Bible (Part1) The Old Testament - Led by Fr. John Ryan. Starting at 7pm and ending by 8.30pm. St. Bede’s, Rotherham from Monday 11th September. St. Vincent’s, Sheffield from Wednesday 13th September. Annunciation, Chesterfield from Thursday 14th September.

The Catechism of the Catholic Church (Part 1) The Creed – Led by John Shekelton. Holy Rood Hall, Barnsley Tuesdays 2pm-3pm from September 12thSt. Joseph’s, Worksop Wednesdays 7pm-8.30pm from September 13thSt. Joseph’s & St. Teresa, Woodlands Thursdays 11am-12.30pm from September 14th.

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Hanna Shaw, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Sandra Sherratt, Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Andy’s friend Marie.

TWENTY-EIGHTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 15 October 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.00am Mass for the Souls of the Raszyk and Dabrowski 
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.00am Mass in St Mary Magdalene  

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am- Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs -
Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY FEAST OF ST LUKE THE EVANGELIST

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am  Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Followed by the Over 50s Club
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.00am Understanding Islam Study Day - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

    

Last week's collections: £322.17; CAFOD: £481.29

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

NOTICES

WORLD MISSION SUNDAY: Next Sunday the Holy Father invites all Catholics to contribute to a special collection for Missio, his official charity for overseas Mission. Your support will help brave missionaries in proclaiming the Gospel of peace in South Sudan and around the world. There will be envelopes so that offerings can be gift aided.

OFFERTORY COLLECTORS: During the month of October a mass count should be carried out every weekend please.

HORNSEA RESIDENTIAL RETREAT: Friday evening (Nov 10th) to Sunday lunchtime (Nov 12th) on the subject of Forgiveness. The retreat will mindfully and lovingly explore a subject that is often perceived as a difficult part of life. Facilitators: Fr. Andy, Liz Fulton (Long) and Joe Long. All inclusive costs from £135. Wholesome food, comfortable rooms and surroundings, sea air & amazing company. Limited places. Email:lizabeth.fulton@btinternet.com or call 07917 791409.

UNDERSTANDING ISLAM: THE FIRST STEPS – STUDY DAY to be led by Dr. Chris Hewer will be held at St. Joseph’s on Friday 20th October from 10am to 3.30pm. There is no charge, but donations would be welcome on the day. Please bring your own packed lunch. Contact Liam Harron for further information. Tel: 01909 566719 Mob: 07766 952887 Email: lgha@btinternet.com

LADIES CHOIR PRACTISE Monday 23rd October at 7.30pm in church. We welcome new faces. Please support us at our Christmas Concert on Sunday 10th December with special guests Bramley Brass Band. This year we are fundraising for Lesotho 2018. Eight students from our parish have been accepted to join the project. Contact Kate Millar for more details 07840 716897.

LOST SCARF…beige lace effect woollen scarf with feathers woven through it. If anyone has picked this up by mistake from the parish rooms please leave it in the presbytery to be re-united with its owner.

WOODSETTS AGAINST FRACKING have organised a Fashion Show on 18th October at Woodsetts Primary School 6.30pm. High street brands at low prices. Tickets are £4 and all proceeds go to support the costs incurred in opposing fracking. Tickets available from Jo Gibbs (tel: 01909 561806 or 07970 806162) and also from the Premier shop in Woodsetts.

THE MEDAILLE TRUST will be delivering a presentation about modern day slavery and human trafficking on Wednesday 18th October (Anti-Slavery Day). 7-8.30pm at St. Thomas’s Centre, Chatsworth Road, Chesterfield S40 3AW. The presentation will last an hour followed by refreshments and the opportunity to ask questions.

COFFEE MORNING for the street children, Saturday 18th November 11am-2pm in the parish rooms.

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE THEOLOGY OF THE BODY AND NATURAL FAMILY PLANNING: St. Michael’s & All Angels Catholic Church, 23 Park Street, Wombwell, S73 0QH. Wednesdays at 7pm. Theology of the Body – 1st November; Natural Family Planning (Naturally Managing Fertility & Infertility) – 8th November; Issues of Our Day – 15thNovember.

BABY LOSS AWARENESS: To mark the 50th Anniversary of the Abortion Act, pro-life charity LIFE are encouraging this initiative for October 2017. Packs are available to be downloaded if anyone wishes to organise a memorial. Please contact Elizabeth Parsons:elizabethparsons@lifecharity.org.uk or on 07515578582.

SHILOH HOMELESS CENTRE needs adult male boxer shorts for those who pass through the centre. Preferably new but good quality used also acceptable. Please put in the box at the back of church for collection. Your help is much appreciated.

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Hanna Shaw, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Sandra Sherratt, Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr. Andy’s friend Marie.

TWENTY-SEVENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 8 October 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.00am Mass for Laszio & Erzsebet Safrany - St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am- Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs -
Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

No Evening Mass today

 

WEDNESDAY FEAST OF ST JOHN XXII, POPE

No Early Morning Mass today

9.15am  Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Followed by the Over 50s Club
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 
 

THURSDAY

No Early Morning Mass today

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY FEAST OF ST EDWARD THE CONFESSOR

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington
  
  

Last week's collection: £279.11

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

NOTICES

THE ANNUAL DIOCESAN CLERGY CONFERENCE takes place on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday this week.  Please keep Fr Andy, as well as the other priests and members of the clergy attending, in your prayers.

CAFOD FAMILY FAST DAY was this Friday (6 October).  There will be a retiring collection for your offerings.  If possible place your offering in an envelope and complete the gift aid section if you are a UK taxpayer. Thank you.

OFFERTORY COLLECTORS:  During the month of October a mass count should be carried out every weekend please.

RED MISSIO BOXES:  Please can those who have red Missio boxes bring them in for counting as soon as possible.

HORNSEA RESIDENTIAL RETREAT:  Friday evening (10 November) to Sunday lunchtime (12 November) on the subject of Forgiveness.  The retreat will mindfully and lovingly explore a subject that is often perceived as a difficult part of life. Facilitators:  Fr Andy, Liz Fulton (Long) and Joe Long.  All inclusive costs from £135.  Wholesome food, comfortable rooms and surroundings, sea air & amazing company.  Limited places.  Email: elizabeth.fulton@btinternet.com or call 07917 791409.

UNDERSTANDING ISLAM:  THE FIRST STEPS – STUDY DAY to be led by Dr Chris Hewer will be held at St Joseph’s on Friday 20 October from 10am to 3.30pm.  There is no charge, but donations would be welcome on the day.  Please bring your own packed lunch.  Contact Liam Harron for further information.

ST WILFRID’S PLACE OPEN MORNING:  Saturday 14 October 10.30am-12.30pm.  Located next door to St Wilfrid’s Centre
(Queens Road, S2 4DT), St Wilfrid’s Place provides 20 apartments to adults with a history of homelessness for up to 2 years while they receive one to one and group support to work towards independent living plus some support once in their next home.

170 CLUB:  Winners of the September draw. £200 (164) C Staten;
£40 (150) J Cape; £20 (128) L Stacey.  Congratulations.

THIS WEEK all St Joseph’s School children planted a bulb in the Church Memorial Garden to remember someone special.  We hope to raise funds towards the schools’ residential to the Briars Retreat Centre.

FATIMA 2017:  13 October 2017 – centenary anniversary of the last apparition of Our Lady of Fatima.  All invited to the Carmelite Convent Kirk Edge: 1pm Holy hour with Rosary; 2pm Holy Mass of Our Lady of Mount Carmel.

WOODSETTS AGAINST FRACKING have organised a Fashion Show on 18 October at Woodsetts Primary School 6.30pm.  High street brands at low prices.  Tickets are £4 and all proceeds go to support the costs incurred in opposing fracking.  Tickets available from Jo Gibbs.

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE THEOLOGY OF THE BODY AND NATURAL FAMILY PLANNING:  St Michael’s & All Angels Catholic Church, 23 Park Street, Wombwell, S73 0QH.  Wednesdays at 7pm. Theology of the Body – 1 November; Natural Family Planning (Naturally Managing Fertility & Infertility) – 8 November; Issues of Our Day –
15 November.

BABY LOSS AWARENESS:  To mark the 50th Anniversary of the Abortion Act, pro-life charity LIFE are encouraging this initiative for October 2017.  Packs are available to be downloaded if anyone wishes to organise a memorial. Please contact Elizabeth Parsons:elizabethparsons@lifecharity.org.uk or on 07515578582.

CHILDRENS LITURGY:  We still have a shortage of helpers in our team. Please consider if you can help at all with the children’s liturgy.  No teaching experience is needed.  The commitment is just one Sunday in every 6 weeks and you will be part of a small team.  You won’t be expected to lead sessions just provide support.  Please contact Susan Bekisz.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma,
Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke,
Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Hanna Shaw, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Sandra Sherratt, Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr. Andy’s friend Marie.

TWENTY-SIXTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 1 October 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.00am Mass for Josie Cummins - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

12.30pm Baptisms - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am- Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs -
Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass for Yorkshire Brethren- Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.30pm Parish Care SUpport Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am  Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Followed by the Over 50s Club
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

7.00pm Parish Reflection Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington
 
 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY FEAST OF SS MICHAEL, GABRIEL & RAPHAEL, ARCHANGELS

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 
  

Last week's collection: £305.30

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

NOTICES

WELCOME and thank you to Angela Deevey who joins us this weekend to make an appeal for the charity “Aid to the Church in Need” which supports the Catholic faithful and other Christians where they are persecuted, oppressed or in pastoral need.

CAFOD FAMILY FAST DAY:  Friday 6 October – please take an envelope and return it next Sunday 8 October.

OFFERTORY COLLECTORS:  During the month of October a mass count should be carried out every weekend please.

PARISH REFLECTION GROUP:  The next meeting takes place this Wednesday 4 October at 7.00pm in the Parish Rooms.  New members are encouraged to join in these challenging times, more ‘new blood’ would be very welcome!

PARISH CARE SUPPORT GROUP:  The next meeting is this Tuesday 3 October at 7.30pm in the parish rooms.

RED MISSIO BOXES:  Please can those who have red Missio boxes bring them in for counting as soon as possible.

OUTING TO CUSWORTH HALL:  Organised by Doncaster Conversation Club on Saturday 7 October meeting at 10.30am at the Quaker (Friends) Meeting House, DN1 3SL.  Our parish is sponsoring this outing for refugees and asylum seekers who attend the club as well as parishioners. Its 10-15 minutes to Cusworth Hall Museum and Park (DN5 7TU). Conducted tours are booked for 11.15am and 12.15pm (the group will be split into two).  We will then have our provided picnic indoors in a separate room at the Hall.

HORNSEA RESIDENTIAL RETREAT: Friday evening (10 November) to Sunday lunchtime (12 November) on the subject of Forgiveness.  The retreat will mindfully and lovingly explore a subject that is often perceived as a difficult part of life.  Facilitators: Fr Andy, Liz Fulton (Long) and Joe Long.  All inclusive costs from £135.  Wholesome food, comfortable rooms and surroundings, sea air & amazing company.  Limited places.  Email:  elizabeth.fulton@btinternet.com or call 07917 791409.

AN UNDERSTANDING ISLAM:  THE FIRST STEPS – STUDY DAY to be led by Dr Chris Hewer will be held at St Joseph’s on Friday 20 October from 10am to 3.30pm.

170 CLUB:  Congratulations to the winners of the September draw.
£200 (164) C Staten; £40 (150) J Cape; £20 (128) L Stacey.

LITURGICAL CALENDAR:  The Catholic Bishop’s Conference of England & Wales have decreed that the Solemnities of the Epiphany of the Lord and the Ascension of the Lord will return and be celebrated on their original positions in the liturgical calendar (ie 6 January and Thursday of the 6 week of Easter time) unless the date falls on a Saturday or Monday.

LOURDES CHARITY BALL:  Friday 6 October, Consort Hotel, Thurcroft. Four course dinner, live music & disco.  Tickets £40.  Telephone
Mandy Drown 07894 340823.  All proceeds to the Hallam Lourdes fund.

EMMAUS 2017:  Opening the Bible (Part1) The Old Testament - Led by Fr John Ryan. Starting at 7pm and ending by 8.30pm.  St Bede’s, Rotherham from Monday 11 September.  St Vincent’s, Sheffield from Wednesday 13 September.  Annunciation, Chesterfield from Thursday
14 September.

The Catechism of the Catholic Church (Part 1) The Creed – Led by John Shekelton.  Holy Rood Hall, Barnsley Tuesdays 2pm-3pm from
12 September.  St Joseph’s, Worksop Wednesdays 7pm-8.30pm from
13 September 13.  St Joseph’s & St Teresa, Woodlands Thursdays 11am-12.30pm from 14 September 14.

FATIMA 2017:  13 October 2017 – centenary anniversary of the last apparition of Our Lady of Fatima.  All invited to the Carmelite Convent Kirk Edge:  1pm Holy hour with Rosary; 2pm Holy Mass of Our Lady of
Mount Carmel.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow & his grandma,
Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke,
Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton,
Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Sandra Sherratt, Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

TWENTY-FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 24 September 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Eiileen Gould - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am- Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs -
Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

No Evening Mass today

 

WEDNESDAY

No Early Morning Mass today

9.15am  Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.00am Mass of Anointing of the Sick - St Joseph's Church,
Wath-upon-Dearne

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Followed by the Over 50s Club
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

7.00pm Ladies' Evening in the Parish Rooms
 
 

THURSDAY

No Early Morning Mass today

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY FEAST OF SS MICHAEL, GABRIEL & RAPHAEL, ARCHANGELS

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 
11.00am Macmillan Coffee Morning - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

  

Last week's collections: £310.17; Home Mission Sunday: £132.94

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

NOTICES

WELCOME and thank you to Fr. Geoff who joins us this weekend to celebrate Masses while Fr. Andy is away.

THANK YOU to all who helped and contributed to the parish picnic last Sunday. A special thank you to Glen Stevens for the fantastic memorial tree seat engraved with the names of all the clergy who have served our parish.

CHANGES TO MASS TIME:  Following discussions between Fr. Andy, Deacon Geoff and the parishioners of Maltby the Parish Reflection Group has concluded that the best option for the time being is to change theSunday Mass time at St. Joseph’s to 9am. This change will be effective from Sunday 1st October. Sunday Mass at Maltby will be 11am.

CHURCH IN NEED: Next weekend (30th September/1st October), Angela Deevey will be making an appeal for the charity “Aid to the Church in Need” which supports the Catholic faithful and other Christians where they are persecuted, oppressed or in pastoral need.

CAFOD FAMILY FAST DAY: Friday 6th October – envelopes will be available beforehand to return on Sunday 8th October.

OFFERTORY COLLECTORS: During the month of October a mass count should be carried out every weekend please.

LADIES GROUP: Quiz, cheese and wine night on Wednesday 27thSeptember at 7pm in the parish rooms. All welcome.

PARISH RELFECTION GROUP: The next meeting will take place on Wednesday 4th October at 7.00pm in the Parish Rooms. New members are encouraged to join in these challenging times.

MASS OF THE ANOINTING OF THE SICK: St. Joseph’s, Wath-upon-Dearne, Wednesday 27th Sept 11am. All welcome.

RED MISSIO BOXES: Please can those who have red Missio boxes bring them in for counting as soon as possible.

OUTING TO CUSWORTH HALL: Organised by Doncaster Conversation Club on Saturday 7th October meeting at 10.30am at Friends Meeting House, Oxford Place, DN1 3SL. Please contact Liam Harron for more details.

LITURGICAL CALENDAR: The Catholic Bishop’s Conference of England & Wales have decreed that the Solemnities of the Epiphany of the Lord and the Ascension of the Lord will return and be celebrated on their original positions in the liturgical calendar (i.e. 6 January and Thursday of the 6th week of Easter time) unless the date falls on a Saturday or Monday.

MACMILLAN COFFEE MORNING: Friday 29th September in parish rooms 11am-1pm. Raffle; Refreshments; Bring & Buy.

LOURDES CHARITY BALL: Friday 6th October, Consort Hotel, Thurcroft. Four course dinner, live music & disco. Tickets £40. Telephone Mandy Drown 07894 340823. All proceeds to the Hallam Lourdes fund.

SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION OF UNBORN CHILDREN (SPUC):The SPUC are asking for support for their campaign to oppose the decriminilisation of abortion. They are asking that we lobby our MPs asking them to vote against any moves in Parliament to decriminalise abortion. For materials/support please call 0207 091 7091 or go towww.spuc.org.uk

EMMAUS 2017: Opening the Bible (Part1) The Old Testament - Led by Fr. John Ryan. Starting at 7pm and ending by 8.30pm. St. Bede’s, Rotherham from Monday 11th September. St. Vincent’s, Sheffield from Wednesday 13th September. Annunciation, Chesterfield from Thursday 14th September.

The Catechism of the Catholic Church (Part 1) The Creed – Led by John Shekelton. Holy Rood Hall, Barnsley Tuesdays 2pm-3pm from September 12thSt. Joseph’s, Worksop Wednesdays 7pm-8.30pm from September 13thSt. Joseph’s & St. Teresa, Woodlands Thursdays 11am-12.30pm from September 14th.

FATIMA 2017: 13th October 2017 – centenary anniversary of the last apparition of Our Lady of Fatima. All invited to the Carmelite Convent Kirk Edge: 1pm Holy hour with Rosary; 2pm Holy Mass of Our Lady of Mount Carmel.

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Sandra Sherratt, Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr. Andy’s friend Marie.

TWENTY-FOURTH  SUNDAY  IN  ORDINARY TIME  (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 17 September 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for the souls of the Raszyk family - St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

10.30am Parish Picnic - Centenary Garden, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am- Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs -
Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am  Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am  Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Followed by the Over 50s Club
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

THURSDAY FEAST OF ST MATTHEW, APOSTLE, EVANGELIST

No Early Morning Mass today

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

  

Last week's collections: £297.89; Catholic Education Service: £161.36

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

NOTICES

PARISH PICNIC: Please stay after Mass and join this celebration in remembrance of Fr. Brian’s birthday and 40 years since Fr. Brian arrived in Dinnington. All parishioners, family members and friends most welcome!

HOME MISSION SUNDAY is marked this weekend. There will be a retiring collection.

CHANGES TO MASS TIME:  Following discussions between Fr. Andy, Deacon Geoff and the parishioners of Maltby the Parish Reflection Group has concluded that the best option for the time being is to change the Sunday Mass time at St. Joseph’s to 9am. This change will be effective from Sunday 1 October. Sunday Mass at Maltby will be 11am.

NEXT WEEKEND: We welcome Fr. Geoff Bottoms to celebrate Masses while Fr. Andy is away.

MASS FOR THE SICK: St. Joseph’s, Wath-upon-Dearne, Wednesday 27 September, 11am. All very welcome.

CHURCH IN NEED: On the weekend of 30 September/1 October, Angela Deevey will be making an appeal for Aid to the Church in Need.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY to our oldest parishioner Eileen Hicken. Eileen celebrates her 101st birthday this Wednesday and Tuesday evening Mass will be said in thanksgiving. Please keep Eileen in your prayers.

RED MISSIO BOXES: Please can everyone who has a red Missio box bring them in for counting over the next couple of weeks.

LITURGICAL CALENDAR: The Catholic Bishop’s Conference of England & Wales have decreed that the Solemnities of the Epiphany of the Lord and the Ascension of the Lord will return and be celebrated on their original positions in the liturgical calendar (i.e. 6 January and Thursday of the 6th week of Easter time) unless the date falls on a Saturday or Monday.

UNDRESTANDING ISLAM STUDY DAY: St. Joseph’s has been offered another opportunity to hold this day on either Thursday 19 or Friday
20 October (10am-3.30pm). If you are interested please contact Liam by the end of Sunday.

LADIES GROUP: Quiz, cheese and wine night on Wednesday
27 September at 7pm in the parish rooms. All welcome.

BABY LOSS AWARENESS: To mark the 50th Anniversary of the Abortion Act, pro-life charity LIFE are encouraging this initiative for October 2017. Packs are available to be downloaded if anyone wishes to organise a memorial. Please contact Elizabeth Parsons:elizabethparsons@lifecharity.org.uk or on 07515 578582.

MACMILLAN COFFEE MORNING: Friday 29 September in parish rooms 11am-1pm. Raffle; Refreshments; Bring & Buy.

LOURDES CHARITY BALL: Friday 6 October, Consort Hotel, Thurcroft. Four course dinner, live music & disco. Tickets £40. Telephone Mandy Drown 07894 340823. All proceeds to the Hallam Lourdes fund.

SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION OF UNBORN CHILDREN (SPUC):The SPUC are asking for support for their campaign to oppose the decriminilisation of abortion. They are asking that we lobby our MPs asking them to vote against any moves in Parliament to decriminalise abortion. For materials/support please call 0207 091 7091 or go towww.spuc.org.uk

EMMAUS 2017: Opening the Bible (Part1) The Old Testament - Led by Fr. John Ryan. Starting at 7pm and ending by 8.30pm. St. Bede’s, Rotherham from Monday 11 September. St. Vincent’s, Sheffield from Wednesday 13 September. Annunciation, Chesterfield from Thursday
14 September.

The Catechism of the Catholic Church (Part 1) The Creed – Led by John Shekelton. Holy Rood Hall, Barnsley Tuesdays 2pm-3pm from
12 September. St. Joseph’s, Worksop Wednesdays 7pm-8.30pm from
13 September. St. Joseph’s & St. Teresa, Woodlands Thursdays 11am-12.30pm from 14 September.

SHILOH HOMELESS CENTRE needs adult male boxer shorts for those who pass through the centre. Preferably new but good quality used also acceptable. Please put in the box at the back of church for collection. Your help is much appreciated.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Sandra Sherratt, Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr. Andy’s friend Marie.

TWENTY-THIRD  SUNDAY  IN  ORDINARY (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 10 September 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am- Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs -
Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am  Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am  Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Followed by the Over 50s Club
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

THURSDAY FEAST OF THE EXULTATION OF THE HOLY CROSS

8.15am  Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

SUNDAY

10.30am Parish Picnic - Centenary Gardens, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

 

Last week's collections: £288.69; Racial Justice: £122.73

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

NOTICES

PARISH PICNIC: Please stay after Mass and join this celebration in remembrance of Fr. Brian’s birthday and 40 years since Fr. Brian arrived in Dinnington. All parishioners, family members and friends most welcome!

HOME MISSION SUNDAY is marked this weekend. There will be a retiring collection.

CHANGES TO MASS TIME:  Following discussions between Fr. Andy, Deacon Geoff and the parishioners of Maltby the Parish Reflection Group has concluded that the best option for the time being is to change the Sunday Mass time at St. Joseph’s to 9am. This change will be effective from Sunday 1st October. Sunday Mass at Maltby will be 11am.

NEXT WEEKEND: We welcome Fr. Geoff Bottoms to celebrate Masses while Fr. Andy is away.

MASS FOR THE SICK: St. Joseph’s, Wath-upon-Dearne, Wednesday 27th September, 11am. All very welcome.

CHURCH IN NEED: On the weekend of 30th September/1st October, Angela Deevey will be making an appeal for Aid to the Church in Need.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY to our oldest parishioner Eileen Hicken. Eileen celebrates her 101st birthday this Wednesday and Tuesday evening Mass will be said in thanksgiving. Please keep Eileen in your prayers.

RED MISSIO BOXES: Please can everyone who has a red Missio box bring them in for counting over the next couple of weeks.

LITURGICAL CALENDAR: The Catholic Bishop’s Conference of England & Wales have decreed that the Solemnities of the Epiphany of the Lord and the Ascension of the Lord will return and be celebrated on their original positions in the liturgical calendar (i.e. 6 January and Thursday of the 6th week of Easter time) unless the date falls on a Saturday or Monday.

UNDRESTANDING ISLAM STUDY DAY: St. Joseph’s has been offered another opportunity to hold this day on either Thursday 19th or Friday 20th October (10am-3.30pm). If you are interested please contact Liam by the end of Sunday.

LADIES GROUP: Quiz, cheese and wine night on Wednesday 27th September at 7pm in the parish rooms. All welcome.

BABY LOSS AWARENESS: To mark the 50th Anniversary of the Abortion Act, pro-life charity LIFE are encouraging this initiative for October 2017. Packs are available to be downloaded if anyone wishes to organise a memorial. Please contact Elizabeth Parsons: elizabethparsons@lifecharity.org.uk or on 07515578582.

MACMILLAN COFFEE MORNING: Friday 29th September in parish rooms 11am-1pm. Raffle; Refreshments; Bring & Buy.

LOURDES CHARITY BALL: Friday 6th October, Consort Hotel, Thurcroft. Four course dinner, live music & disco. Tickets £40. Telephone Mandy Drown 07894 340823. All proceeds to the Hallam Lourdes fund.

SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION OF UNBORN CHILDREN (SPUC): The SPUC are asking for support for their campaign to oppose the decriminilisation of abortion. They are asking that we lobby our MPs asking them to vote against any moves in Parliament to decriminalise abortion. For materials/support please call 0207 091 7091 or go to www.spuc.org.uk

EMMAUS 2017: Opening the Bible (Part1) The Old Testament - Led by Fr. John Ryan. Starting at 7pm and ending by 8.30pm. St. Bede’s, Rotherham from Monday 11th September. St. Vincent’s, Sheffield from Wednesday 13th September. Annunciation, Chesterfield from Thursday 14th September.

The Catechism of the Catholic Church (Part 1) The Creed – Led by John Shekelton. Holy Rood Hall, Barnsley Tuesdays 2pm-3pm from September 12th. St. Joseph’s, Worksop Wednesdays 7pm-8.30pm from September 13th. St. Joseph’s & St. Teresa, Woodlands Thursdays 11am-12.30pm from September 14th.

SHILOH HOMELESS CENTRE needs adult male boxer shorts for those who pass through the centre. Preferably new but good quality used also acceptable. Please put in the box at the back of church for collection. Your help is much appreciated.

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Sandra Sherratt, Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr. Andy’s friend Marie.


TWENTY-SECOND  SUNDAY  IN  ORDINARY TIME (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 3 September 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for The Holy Souls - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

12.00pm Baptisms - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

6.00pm Welcoming Service for Diane Grice -
South Anston Methodist 
Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am- Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs -
Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.30pm Parish Care Support Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am  Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am  Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Followed by the Over 50s Club
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

11.45am Parish Reflection Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington
 

 

 

THURSDAY

No Early Morning Mass

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.30am Mass - St Joseph's School, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY THE NATIVITY OF THE BVM

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

Last week's collection: £278.60

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

NOTICES

THIS SUNDAY we dedicate our prayer to racial justice and are especially asked to pray for the situation in Rotherham.  There will be a retiring collection for the Catholic Association of Racial Justice.

NEXT SUNDAY is Education Sunday and there will be a second collection for the Catholic Education Services.

SCHOOL MASS:  On Thursday Mass will be celebrated in St Joseph’s School at 9.30am to welcome the new school year and also David Hickey who commences his role as our schools new Headteacher.

TRINITY METHODIST CIRCUIT:  Welcome service for Rev Diane Grice this Sunday 3 September at 6pm in South Anston Methodist Church, Sheffield Road.  All are invited to join this act of worship as Diane is inducted to be the presbyter for Carlton, Dinnington, North and South Anston and Woodsetts Churches, initially for the next five years.

PARISH CARE SUPPORT GROUP meet this Tuesday 5 September at 7.30pm in the parish rooms.  Anyone interested in finding out more about the work of the group are very welcome to attend.

PARISH REFLECTION GROUP:  The next meeting is this Wednesday 6 September at 7.00pm in the parish rooms.  All welcome.

PARISH PICNIC:  Sunday 17 September after Mass in the parish centenary garden.  A celebration in remembrance of Fr Brian’s birthday and 40 years since Fr Brian arrived in Dinnington.  Shared table. Everyone welcome.

170 CLUB:  August draw winners: £200 (64) N Vernon;
£40 (128) L Stacey; £20 (108) Patterson.  Congratulations.

MACMILLAN COFFEE MORNING:  Friday 29 September in parish rooms 11am-1pm.  Raffle;Refreshments; Bring & Buy.

TWO BISHOPS’S WALK:  Please consider sponsoring Bishop Ralph and Bishop John who will be walking 15 miles on Friday 8 September to support the valuable work of St Wilfrid’s with vulnerable people.  Please remember if you are a taxpayer to fill in your name, address & postcode and tick the Gift Aid box, making your donation worth 25% more!

EMMAUS 2017:  Opening the Bible (Part1) The Old Testament - Led by Fr John Ryan. Starting at 7pm and ending by 8.30pm.  St Bede’s, Rotherham from Monday 11 September.  St Vincent’s, Sheffield from Wednesday 13 September.  Annunciation, Chesterfield from Thursday 14 September.

The Catechism of the Catholic Church (Part 1) The Creed – Led by John Shekelton.  Holy Rood Hall, Barnsley Tuesdays 2pm-3pm from
12 September.  St Joseph’s, Worksop Wednesdays 7pm-8.30pm from
13 September.  St Joseph’s & St Teresa, Woodlands Thursdays 11am-12.30pm from 14 September.

LEEDS CATHEDRAL CHOIR & CHAMBER CHOIR OF THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT EL PASO performing a concert at St Bede’s Church on Sunday 15 October at 4pm.  Tickets £10 and £5 (U18s). Available by calling 07802 536051.

ST MARIE’S CATHEDRAL CONCERT SERIES: On Saturday 16thDecember at 7.30pm, the world famous choir The Tallis Scholars is coming to St. Marie’s Cathedral to perform ‘Christmas with The Tallis Scholars’. For tickets call 01142 233777, visit www.stmariecathedral.org or go to the Sheffield City Hall Box Office. Booking fees may apply. Doors open at 6.45pm

SHILOH HOMELESS CENTRE needs adult male boxer shorts for those who pass through the centre.  Preferably new but good quality used also acceptable.  Please put in the box at the back of church for collection. Your help is much appreciated.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Sandra Sherratt, Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Andy’s friend Marie.

TWENTY-FIRST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (A Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 27 August 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Keith Gordom - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am- Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs -
Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass for Anne Sherratt - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am  Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am  Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Followed by the Over 50s Club
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

11.45am Ladies' Group Evening Walk - St Joseph's Church Car Park 

THURSDAY


No Early Morning Mass

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

12.00pm Wedding of Bethany Green & Daniel Barker -
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

SATURDAY

5.00pm Confession Service - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 
 
 

Last week's collection: £326.43

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

NOTICES

NEXT WEEKEND is Racial Justice Sunday. This is a special day of prayer and we are asked to pray especially for Rotherham.

TRINITY METHODIST CIRCUIT: Welcome service for Rev Diane Grice on Sunday 3rd September at 6pm in South Anston Methodist Church, Sheffield Road. All are invited to join this act of worship as Diane is inducted to be the presbyter for Carlton, Dinnington, North and South Anston and Woodsetts Churches, initially for the next five years.

LADIES GROUP: Next meet this Wednesday 30th August for an evening walk. Meet at St. Joseph’s at 6.30pm to share cars.

PARISH PICNIC: Sunday 17th September after Mass in the parish centenary garden. A celebration in remembrance of Fr. Brian’s birthday and 40 years since Fr. Brian arrived in Dinnington. Shared table. Everyone welcome.

MACMILLAN COFFEE MORNING: Friday 29th September in parish rooms 11am-1pm. Raffle;Refreshments;Bring & Buy.

TWO BISHOPS’S WALK: Please consider sponsoring Bishop Ralph and Bishop John who will be walking 15 miles on Friday 8th September to support the valuable work of St Wilfrid’s with vulnerable people. Please remember if you are a taxpayer to fill in your name, address & postcode and tick the Gift Aid box, making your donation worth 25% more!

EMMAUS 2017: Opening the Bible (Part1) The Old Testament - Led by Fr. John Ryan. Starting at 7pm and ending by 8.30pm. St. Bede’s, Rotherham from Monday 11th September. St. Vincent’s, Sheffield from Wednesday 13th September. Annunciation, Chesterfield from Thursday 14th September.

The Catechism of the Catholic Church (Part 1) The Creed – Led by John Shekelton. Holy Rood Hall, Barnsley Tuesdays 2pm-3pm from September 12thSt. Joseph’s, Worksop Wednesdays 7pm-8.30pm from September 13thSt. Joseph’s & St. Teresa, Woodlands Thursdays 11am-12.30pm from September 14th.

LEEDS CATHEDRAL CHOIR & CHAMBER CHOIR OF THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT EL PASO performing a concert at St. Bede’s Church on Sunday 15th October at 4pm. Tickets £10 and £5 (U18s). Available by calling 07802 536051.

ST. MARIE’S CATHEDRAL CONCERT SERIES: On Saturday 16thDecember at 7.30pm, the world famous choir The Tallis Scholars is coming to St. Marie’s Cathedral to perform ‘Christmas with The Tallis Scholars’. For tickets call 01142 233777, visit www.stmariecathedral.org or go to the Sheffield City Hall Box Office. Booking fees may apply. Doors open at 6.45pm

PILGRIMAGE TO KNOCK SHRINE, IRELAND, 28th SEPTEMBER:Fully escorted pilgrimage to Knock Shrine £649 per person sharing. Price includes flights from East Midlands with 15kg checked in bag, all taxes, luxury transfers, 4 nights in newly refurbished Knock House Hotel with full English breakfast and 4 course dinner each evening. All entertainment, excursions and guided tours included. Wheelchair accessible rooms in the hotel. Single room supplement of £50. Groups and individual bookings welcome. Contact Patricia on 01268 762278 or emailknockpilgrimages@gmail.com 

DIOCESAN MARRIAGE PREPARATION PROGRAMME is looking to recruit married couples to take part in this vital ministry. Couples just need to be willing to share their experience of their marriage – not some sort of perfect married couple – they don’t exist! Full training, support and materials will be provided. For an informal conversation please contact Charles and Jane Perryman on 01142 373301 or emailjaneandcharles@googlemail.com

SHILOH HOMELESS CENTRE needs adult male boxer shorts for those who pass through the centre. Preferably new but good quality used also acceptable. Please put in the box at the back of church for collection. Your help is much appreciated.

SOUTH YORKSHIRE’S COMMUNITY FOUNDATION: Provide support to women (over 40) living in hardship or facing financial difficulty. For more information visit www.sycf.org.uk or ring Karen Alsop on 01142 429003.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Eileen Gould, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Sandra Sherratt, Olive Stafford,

TWENTIETH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 20 August 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Maria & Andy Paton - St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am- Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs -
Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am  Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am  Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Followed by the Over 50s Club
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

THURSDAY FEAST OF ST BARTHOLEMEW, APOSTLE

8.15am  Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 
 

 

Last week's collection: £338.10

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

NOTICES

THIS SUNDAY marks the 40th Anniversary of Fr Brian’s arrival at
St Joseph’s parish.  He arrived on the wedding day of Maria and Andy Paton who celebrate their Ruby Wedding Anniversary today.  We give thanks for Fr Brian’s friendship, insight and wisdom throughout the many years he served at St Joseph’s.  We also congratulate Maria and Andy on this very special day they share with all of their family and friends.

TWO BISHOPS’S WALK:  Please consider sponsoring Bishop Ralph and Bishop John who will be walking 15 miles on Friday 8 September to support the valuable work of St Wilfrid’s with vulnerable people.  Please remember if you are a taxpayer to fill in your name, address & postcode and tick the Gift Aid box, making your donation worth 25% more!

170 CLUB:  Congratulations to the winners of the July draw.
£200 (40) H Hunt; £40 (146) C Hall; £20 (10) D Harron.

EMMAUS 2017:  Opening the Bible (Part1) The Old Testament - Led by Fr John Ryan.  Starting at 7pm and ending by 8.30pm. St Bede’s, Rotherham from Monday 11 September.  St Vincent’s, Sheffield from Wednesday 13 September.  Annunciation, Chesterfield from Thursday
14 September.

The Catechism of the Catholic Church (Part 1) The Creed – Led by John Shekelton.

Holy Rood Hall, Barnsley Tuesdays 2pm-3pm from 12 September.
St Joseph’s, Worksop Wednesdays 7pm-8.30pm from 13 September.
St Joseph’s & St Teresa, Woodlands Thursdays 11am-12.30pm from
14 September.

ST MARIE’S CATHEDRAL CONCERT SERIES: On Saturday
16 December at 7.30pm, the world famous choir The Tallis Scholars is coming to St Marie’s Cathedral to perform ‘Christmas with The Tallis Scholars’.  For tickets call 01142 233777, visitwww.stmariecathedral.org or go to the Sheffield City Hall Box Office. Booking fees may apply.  Doors open at 6.45pm.

WALSINGHAM PILGRIMAGE:  Anyone who would like to join the pilgrimage between Tuesday 29 August and Thursday 31 August and needs a lift – please contact Jennie Cartlidge on 01709 531992 or
07796 172183.

PILGRIMAGE TO KNOCK SHRINE, IRELAND, 28 SEPTEMBER:
Fully escorted pilgrimage to Knock Shrine £649 per person sharing.  Price includes flights from East Midlands with 15kg checked in bag, all taxes, luxury transfers, 4 nights in newly refurbished Knock House Hotel with full English breakfast and 4 course dinner each evening.  All entertainment, excursions and guided tours included.  Wheelchair accessible rooms in the hotel.  Single room supplement of £50. Groups and individual bookings welcome.  Contact Patricia on 01268 762278 or emailknockpilgrimages@gmail.com.

DIOCESAN MARRIAGE PREPARATION PROGRAMME is looking to recruit married couples to take part in this vital ministry.  Couples just need to be willing to share their experience of their marriage – not some sort of perfect married couple – they don’t exist!  Full training, support and materials will be provided.  For an informal conversation please contact Charles and Jane Perryman on 0114 2373301 or emailjaneandcharles@googlemail.com,

SHILOH HOMELESS CENTRE needs adult male boxer shorts for those who pass through their centre.  Preferably new but good quality used are also acceptable.  Please put in the box at the back of church for collection. As ever your help is very much appreciated.

VACANCY AT ST WILFRID’S:  Welfare Worker (full time).  For details of the post please go to the VAS website and search for the job title under St Wilfrid’s Centre.  Alternatively please contact Josie Brooks on 0114 2555720.

SOUTH YORKSHIRE’S COMMUNITY FOUNDATION:  Provide support to women (over 40) living in hardship or facing financial difficulty. For more information visit www.sycf.org.uk or ring Karen Alsop on
0114 2429003.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma,
Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke,
Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Eileen Gould, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,
Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock,
Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

NINETEENTH  SUNDAY  IN  ORDINARY  TIME (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 13 August 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for The Yorkshire Brethren - St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY FEAST OF THE ASSUMPTION OF THE BVM

11.30am- Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs -
Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am  Mass for a special intention - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am  Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Followed by the Over 50s Club
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

THURSDAY

8.15am  Mass for The Yorkshire Brethren - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 
 

 

Last week's collection: £334.58

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

NOTICES

DOG SITTER REQUIRED:  Hanna is now desparate;y seeking someone trustworthy to look after Suzy her dog for 10 days while she travels next Friday with hwr son Matthew to visit their family and relatiives back in poland (18-28 August).  Please contact Hanna.

170 CLUB:  Congratulations to the winners of the July draw.
£200 (40) H Hunt; £40 (146) C Hall; £20 (10) D Harron.

OPENING THE BIBLE (PART 1) THE OLD TESTAMENT:  Part of Emmaus 2017/2018 - led by Fr John Ryan.  Starting at 7pm and ending by 8.30pm.  St Bede’s, Rotherham from Monday 11 September.  St Vincents, Sheffield from Wednesday 13 September.  Annunciation, Chesterfield from Thursday 14 September.

ST MARIE’S CATHEDRAL CONCERT SERIES:  On Saturday
16 December at 7.30pm, the world famous choir The Tallis Scholars is coming to St Marie’s Cathedral to perform ‘Christmas with The Tallis Scholars’.  For tickets call 01142 233777, visitwww.stmariecathedral.org or go to the Sheffield City Hall Box Office. Booking fees may apply.  Doors open at 6.45pm.

VISITATION OF THE NATIONAL PILGRIM STATUE OF OUR LADY OF FATIMA & THE RELICS OF SAINTS JACINTA & FRANCISCO:
As part of the nationwide centenary celebrations of the Fatima apparitions, the National Pilgrim Statue and Relics will be visiting
St Marie’s Cathedral from Saturday 12 to Sunday 13 August.  The weekend will include Mass celebrated by the Bishop at 12.30pm on Saturday, the crowning of Our Lady, veneration of the Relics, talks on Fatima topics and much more.  Everyone from around the Diocese is welcome to come to St Marie’s and honour Our Lady of Fatima.

WALSINGHAM PILGRIMAGE:  Anyone who would like to join the pilgrimage between Tuesday 29 and Thursday 31 August and needs a lift – please contact Jennie Cartlidge on 01709 531992 or 07796 172183.

PILGRIMAGE TO KNOCK SHRINE, IRELAND, 28 SEPTEMBER: Fully escorted pilgrimage to Knock Shrine £549 per person sharing.  Price includes, flights from East Midlands with 15kg checked in bag, all taxes, luxury transfers, 4 nights in newly refurbished Knock House Hotel with full English breakfast and 4 course dinner each evening.  All entertainment, excursions and guided tours included.  Wheelchair accessible rooms in the hotel.  Single room supplement of £50.  Groups and individual bookings welcome.  Contact Patricia on 01268 762278 or email knockpilgrimages@gmail.com.

DIOCESAN MARRIAGE PREPARATION PROGRAMME is looking to recruit married couples to take part in this vital ministry.  Couples just need to be willing to share their experience of their marriage – not some sort of perfect married couple – they don’t exist!  Full training, support and materials will be provided.  For an informal conversation please contact Charles and Jane Perryman on 01142 373301 or emailjaneandcharles@googlemail.com.

SHILOH HOMELESS CENTRE need adult male boxer shorts for those who pass through their centre.  Preferably new but good quality used are also acceptable. Please put in the box at the back of church for collection. As ever your help is very much appreciated.

VACANCY AT ST WILFRID’S:  Welfare Worker (full time).  For details of the post please go to the VAS website and search for the job title under St Wilfrid’s Centre. Alternatively please contact Josie.

TWO BISHOPS' WALK:  We are being asked to sponsor Bishops Ralph and John walking 15 miles on Friday 8 September to support St Wilfrid's work with vulnerable people.  If you are a tax payer fill in your name, address and postcode and tick the Gift Aid box, making your donatio 25% extra.

SOUTH YORKSHIRE’S COMMUNITY FOUNDATION:  Provide support to women (over 40) living in hardship or facing financial difficulty.  For more information visit www.sycf.org.uk or ring Karen Alsop on
01142 429003.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow & his grandma,
Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke,
Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Eileen Gould, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,
Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock,
Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

 

NO CHILDREN'S LITURGY DURING THE SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

TRANSFIGURATION  OF  THE  LORD  (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 6 August 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Alex Beck - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY FEAST OF ST THERESA BENEDICTA OF THE CROSS

11.30am- Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs -
Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am  Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am  Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Followed by the Over 50s Club
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

THURSDAY FEAST OF ST LAURENCE

8.15am  Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 
 

SATURDAY

1.00pm Wedding of Kyle Owen and Rebecca Flint - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 


 

Last week's collection: £376.50

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

NOTICES

COLUMBAN FATHERS:  A huge thank you to all who contributed to the fundraising to support the work of the Columban Fathers in Peru.  The parish raised £700 and added to the £300 raised by Maine Hobart’s family, £1000 will be sent on to Lima.  This is an overwhelming amount of  money - thank you again for your generosity.

170 CLUB:  Congratulations to the winners of the July draw.
£200 (40) H Hunt; £40 (146) C Hall; £20 (10) D Harron.

OPENING THE BIBLE (PART 1) THE OLD TESTAMENT:  Part of Emmaus 2017/2018 - led by Fr John Ryan.  Starting at 7pm and ending by 8.30pm.  St Bede’s, Rotherham from Monday 11 September.  St Vincents, Sheffield from Wednesday 13 September.  Annunciation, Chesterfield from Thursday 14 September.

ST MARIE’S CATHEDRAL CONCERT SERIES:  On Saturday
16 December at 7.30pm, the world famous choir The Tallis Scholars is coming to St Marie’s Cathedral to perform ‘Christmas with The Tallis Scholars’.  For tickets call 01142 233777, visitwww.stmariecathedral.org or go to the Sheffield City Hall Box Office. Booking fees may apply.  Doors open at 6.45pm.

VISITATION OF THE NATIONAL PILGRIM STATUE OF OUR LADY OF FATIMA & THE RELICS OF SAINTS JACINTA & FRANCISCO:
As part of the nationwide centenary celebrations of the Fatima apparitions, the National Pilgrim Statue and Relics will be visiting
St Marie’s Cathedral from Saturday 12 to Sunday 13 August.  The weekend will include Mass celebrated by the Bishop at 12.30pm on Saturday, the crowning of Our Lady, veneration of the Relics, talks on Fatima topics and much more.  Everyone from around the Diocese is welcome to come to St Marie’s and honour Our Lady of Fatima.

WALSINGHAM PILGRIMAGE:  Anyone who would like to join the pilgrimage between Tuesday 29 and Thursday 31 August and needs a lift – please contact Jennie Cartlidge on 01709 531992 or 07796 172183.

DIOCESAN MARRIAGE PREPARATION PROGRAMME is looking to recruit married couples to take part in this vital ministry.  Couples just need to be willing to share their experience of their marriage – not some sort of perfect married couple – they don’t exist!  Full training, support and materials will be provided.  For an informal conversation please contact Charles and Jane Perryman on 01142 373301 or emailjaneandcharles@googlemail.com.

SHILOH HOMELESS CENTRE need adult male boxer shorts for those who pass through their centre.  Preferably new but good quality used are also acceptable. Please put in the box at the back of church for collection. As ever your help is very much appreciated.

VACANCY AT ST WILFRID’S:  Welfare Worker (full time).  For details of the post please go to the VAS website and search for the job title under St Wilfrid’s Centre. Alternatively please contact Josie.

CHILDRENS LITURGY:  We still have a shortage of helpers in our team. Please consider if you can help at all with the children’s liturgy.  No teaching experience is needed.  The commitment is just one Sunday in every 6 weeks and you will be part of a small team. You won’t be expected to lead sessions just provide support.  Please contact
Susan Bekisz.

SOUTH YORKSHIRE’S COMMUNITY FOUNDATION:  Provide support to women (over 40) living in hardship or facing financial difficulty.  For more information visit www.sycf.org.uk or ring Karen Alsop on
01142 429003.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow & his grandma,
Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke,
Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Eileen Gould, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,
Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock,
Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

 

NO CHILDREN'S LITURGY DURING THE SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 30 July 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Rose Damtsas - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am- Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs -
Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

No Early Morning Mass today

No Childminders Group today

11.00am Funeral Mass for Alex Beck - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

No Service of the Word today

 

THURSDAY

No Early Morning Mass today

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

12.00pm Funeral Mass for Keith Gordon - St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Distribution of Holy Communion -
Parish 
Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

SATURDAY

5.00pm Confession Service - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 


 

Last week's collection: £385.89

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Feast of the Trasnfiguration of The Lord (Year A)

NOTICES

ALEX BECK RIP:  Alex’s funeral is this Wednesday 2 August at 11.00am in St Joseph’s.  Due to the large numbers expected to attend extra parking will be available at St Joseph’s school.

VISITATION OF THE NATIONAL PILGRIM STATUE OF OUR LADY OF FATIMA & THE RELICS OF SAINTS JACINTA & FRANCISCO:
As part of the nationwide centenary celebrations of the Fatima apparitions, the National Pilgrim Statue and Relics will be visiting
St Marie’s Cathedral from Saturday 12 to Sunday 13 August.  The weekend will include Mass celebrated by the Bishop at 12.30pm on Saturday, the crowning of Our Lady, veneration of the Relics, talks on Fatima topics and much more.  Everyone from around the Diocese is welcome to come to St Marie’s and honour Our Lady of Fatima.

DOG SITTER NEEDED:  Hanna Piasecka-Shaw is looking for someone trustworthy to look after Suzy her dog while she travels with her son Matthew to visit their family and relatives back in Poland (18-28 August).  Please contact Hanna.

WALSINGHAM PILGRIMAGE:  Anyone who would like to join the pilgrimage between Tuesday 29 and Thursday 31 August and needs a lift – please contact Jennie Cartlidge on 01709 531992 or 07796 172183.

DIOCESAN MARRIAGE PREPARATION PROGRAMME is looking to recruit married couples to take part in this vital ministry.  Couples just need to be willing to share their experience of their marriage – not some sort of perfect married couple – they don’t exist!  Full training, support and materials will be provided.  For an informal conversation please contact Charles and Jane Perryman on 01142 373301 or emailjaneandcharles@googlemail.com.

SHILOH HOMELESS CENTRE urgently need adult male boxer shorts for those who pass through their centre.  Preferably new but good quality used are also acceptable.  Please put in the box at the back of church for collection.  As ever your help is very much appreciated.

VACANCIES AT ST WILFRID’S:  Skills Workshop Tutor 4 days per week.  For details of the post please go to the VAS website and search for the under St Wilfrid’s Centre.  Alternatively please contact Josie Brooks on01142 555720Welfare Worker (full time).  For full details search for the job on the VAS website or contact Josie on the number above.

CHILDRENS LITURGY:  We still have a shortage of helpers in our team. Please consider if you can help at all with the children’s liturgy.  No teaching experience is needed.  The commitment is just one Sunday in every 6 weeks and you will be part of a small team.  You won’t be expected to lead sessions just provide support.  Please contact Susan Bekisz.

SOUTH YORKSHIRE’S COMMUNITY FOUNDATION:  Provide support to women (over 40) living in hardship or facing financial difficulty.  For more information visit www.sycf.org.uk or ring Karen Alsop on
01142 429003.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow & his grandma,
Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke,
Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Eileen Gould, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,
Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock,
Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 23 July 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for the Horton & Keegan families - St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

 

MONDAY FEAST OF NICHOLAS GARLICK AND ROBERT LUDLUM,
PRIESTS, MARTYRS

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY FEAST OF ST JAMES, APOSTLE

11.30am- Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East -
Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament (followed by Over 50s Club) - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish 
Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

Last week's collection: £345.56

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

NOTICES

KEITH GORDON RIP:  Please keep Keith in your prayers who died on Tuesday in Rotherham hospital following a long illness.  Funeral details will follow at a later date.

ALEX BECK RIP:  The provisional date for Alex’s funeral is 11.00am on Wednesday 2 August at St Joseph’s.

WALSINGHAM PILGRIMAGE:  Anyone who would like to join the pilgrimage between Tuesday 29th and Thursday 31st August and needs a lift – please contact Jennie Cartlidge on 01709 531992 or 07796 172183.

DIOCESAN MARRIAGE PREPARATION PROGRAMME is looking to recruit married couples to take part in this vital ministry. Couples just need to be willing to share their experience of their marriage – not some sort of perfect married couple – they don’t exist!  Full training, support and materials will be provided.  For an informal conversation please contact Charles and Jane Perryman on 01142 373301 or emailjaneandcharles@googlemail.com.

THANK YOU to everyone who came along and supported St Bernard’s B-Fest last Saturday. It was a wonderful day and lovely to see so many from our parish communities there to support us.  We raised a whopping £3,780.  Thank you all so much and we look forward to seeing you all at our future events.

SHILOH HOMELESS CENTRE urgently need adult male boxer shorts for those who pass through their centre.  Preferably new but good quality used are also acceptable.  Please put in the box at the back of church for collection.  As ever your help is very much appreciated.

CHILDRENS LITURGY:   We still have a shortage of helpers in our team.  Please consider if you can help at all with the children’s liturgy.  No teaching experience is needed.  The commitment is just one Sunday in every 6 weeks and you will be part of a small team.  You won’t be expected to lead sessions just provide support.  Please contact Susan Bekisz.

HALLAM CARING SERVICES counselling service for women takes place at Mother of God Parish Centre, Abbeydale Road.  Offered free of charge (donations welcomed).  Please contact Bernie Ware to make an appointment: 01142 566408/07980 406198 or
bware@hallam-diocese.com

CERTIFICATE IN RELIGIOUS STUDIES starting September 2017.  For teachers, catechists or any adult members of the church to enhance their understanding of the catholic faith.  One Saturday morning a month over two years.  To find out more or register: http://hallam-diocese.com/departments/adult-formation or call 01142 566410.

SOUTH YORKSHIRE’S COMMUNITY FOUNDATION:  Provide support to women (over 40) living in hardship or facing financial difficulty.  For more information visit www.sycf.org.uk or ring Karen Alsop on
01142 429003.

FREE SAFEGUARDING E-LEARNING TRAINING:  Available to all in the Catholic community.  Whilst not mandatory some modules are recommended for parishioners undertaking these roles:  Children’s Liturgy (working mainly with children):  Child Protection – Child Protection in Education – Child Exploitation and On-line Safety. Eucharistic Ministers (working mainly with adults):  Safeguarding Adults and Mental Capacity.  A certificate is issued on completion.  It is intended to raise a constant awareness of basic safeguarding principles when working with children & vulnerable adults.  See notice board.

SIGN OF THE DOVE BOOKSHOP:  Christian cards, gifts, books and jewellery for all occasions.  Opening times - Monday to Friday 10am -12noon.  Friday evening 7-7.30pm.  Saturday 11am-12.30pm and Sunday 12noon-1.00pm. 45 Morrell St, Maltby;  Telephone:  01709 816145
Email:  signofthedove@btinternet.com.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow & his grandma,
Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke,
Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Eileen Gould, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,
Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock,
Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

FIFTEENTH  SUNDAY  IN  ORDINARY  TIME (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 16 July 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass  - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am- Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East -
Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

No Early Morning Mass Today

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.30am End of Term Mass - St Joseph's School, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament (followed by Over 50s Club) - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Ladies' Group walk around Harthill -  St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

No Early Morning Mass Today

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish 
Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

Last week's collections: £353.76; Apostleship of the Sea: £220.00

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)


NOTICES

ALEXANDER JAMES BECK RIP: Alexander was tragically killed in an accident on Thursday. He was only 27 years old and was serving in the RAF. Please keep Alexander and his parents, who live in South Anston, in your prayers.

LADIES GROUP next meeting is this Wednesday, 19th July, and will be a walk around Harthill. Meet at 7pm at St. Joseph’s.

COFFEE MORNING in aid of Columban Fathers in Peru. Saturday 22ndJuly. 10.30am – 1.00pm in the parish rooms. Prizes needed. Contact Margaret O’Rourke or Maine Hobart.

SHILOH HOMELESS CENTRE urgently need adult male boxer shorts for those who pass through their centre. Preferably new but good quality used are also acceptable. Please put in the box at the back of church for collection. As ever your help is very much appreciated.

CHILDRENS LITURGY:  We still have a shortage of helpers in our team. Please consider if you can help at all with the children’s liturgy. No teaching experience is needed. The commitment is just one Sunday in every 6 weeks and you will be part of a small team. You won’t be expected to lead sessions just provide support. Please contact Susan Bekisz on 07891 131819 or susanbekisz@sky.com.

PARISH NEWSLETTER: Please take a copy of the new ‘Just Being’ parish newsletter (on green paper at the back of church) Re: Rotherham Truth Campaign – a petition has been launched to ask Sharon Kemp (Chief Executive of Rotherham Council) to get senior officers to tell the truth around Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) including untruths about Voices of Despair Voices of Hope (the publication Liam Harron co-produced). To find out more contact Liam or access the petition athttps://www.change.org/p/sharon-kemp-ask-david-mcwilliams-an-rmbc-assistant-director-to-tell-the-truth

HALLAM CARING SERVICES counselling service for women takes place at Mother of God Parish Centre, Abbeydale Road. Offered free of charge (donations welcomed).Please contact Bernie Ware to make an appointment: 01142 566408/07980 406198 or bware@hallam-diocese.com

CERTIFICATE IN RELIGIOUS STUDIES starting September 2017. For teachers, catechists or any adult members of the church to enhance their understanding of the catholic faith. One Saturday morning a month over two years. To find out more or register: http://hallam-diocese.com/departments/adult-formation or call 01142 566410.

SOUTH YORKSHIRE’S COMMUNITY FOUNDATION: Provide support to women (over 40) living in hardship or facing financial difficulty. For more information visit www.sycf.org.uk or ring Karen Alsop on 01142 429003.

FREE SAFEGUARDING E-LEARNING TRAINING: Available to all in the Catholic community. Whilst not mandatory some modules are recommended for parishioners undertaking these roles: Children’s Liturgy (working mainly with children): Child Protection – Child Protection in Education – Child Exploitation and On-line Safety. Eucharistic Ministers (working mainly with adults): Safeguarding Adults and Mental Capacity. A certificate is issued on completion. It is intended to raise a constant awareness of basic safeguarding principles when working with children & vulnerable adults. See notice board.

SIGN OF THE DOVE BOOKSHOP: Christian cards, gifts, books and jewellery for all occasions. Opening times - Monday to Friday 10am -12noon. Friday evening 7-7.30pm. Saturday 11am-12.30pm and Sunday 12noon-1.00pm. 45 Morrell St, Maltby; Telephone: 01709 816145 Email:signofthedove@btinternet.com

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,  Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr. Andy’s friend Marie.

FOURTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 9 July 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass  - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.00am- Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament  - St Joseph's Church,
4.00pm Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY FEAST OF ST ST BENEDICT, PATRON OF EUROPE


11.30am- Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East -
Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

No Early Morning Mass Today

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament (followed by Over 50s Club) - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Confirmation Mass with Bishop Ralph -  St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish 
Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

Last week's collection: £941.16

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

NOTICES

NEXT SUNDAY we mark Sea Sunday and there will be a second collection for Apostleship of the Sea.

PARISH REFLECTION GROUP: The next meeting is on Wednesday 5 July at 7.00pm in the parish rooms. The Vicar General and Dean will be present – all very welcome to attend.

MINDFULNESS CELEBRATION: The postponed certificate giving celebration with Joe and Liz will be held in the parish rooms at 10am on Saturday 8 July.

ANYTHING GOES present CHORAL CLASSICS – A JOURNEY THROUGH TIME. Saturday 15 July, 7.30pm, The Crossing, Worksop, S80 2AT. Also featuring Wales High School musicians.Tickets £8, U16 £4 (or on the door). Details – info@musicatthecrossing.co.uk

COFFEE MORNING in aid of Columban Fathers in Peru. Saturday 22 July. 10.30am – 1.00pm in the parish rooms. Prizes needed. Contact Margaret O’Rourke or Maine Hobart.

170 CLUB: Congratulations to the winners of the June draw: £200 (11) S. Bekisz; £40 (166) T. Horton; £20 (61) Gollaglee.

PARISH NEWSLETTER: Please take a copy of the new ‘Just Being’ parish newsletter (on green paper at the back of church) Re: Rotherham Truth Campaign – a petition has been launched to ask Sharon Kemp (Chief Executive of Rotherham Council) to get senior officers to tell the truth around Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) including untruths about Voices of Despair Voices of Hope (the publication Liam Harron co-produced). To find out more contact Liam or access the petition athttps://www.change.org/p/sharon-kemp-ask-david-mcwilliams-an-rmbc-assistant-director-to-tell-the-truth

SUMMER FAYRE: St. Joseph’s School is holding their Summer Fayre on Friday 7 July. They are asking for donations of bottles for the bottle stall. Please either leave them at the back of church or pass them to Mary Gillgrass. Thank you.

RYTON CHORALE PRESENTS Operatic Choruses at The Crossing, Newcastle Street, Worksop, S80 2AT. Saturday 8 July, 7.30pm. The programme will also feature selected prize winning performances from the 2017 Worksop Music Festival. Tickets £10 in advance (£12 on the door). More details can be found at: www.rytonchorale.org.uk

HALLAM CARING SERVICES counselling service for women takes place at Mother of God Parish Centre, Abbeydale Road. Offered free of charge (donations welcomed).Please contact Bernie Ware to make an appointment: 01142 566408/07980 406198 or bware@hallam-diocese.com

CERTIFICATE IN RELIGIOUS STUDIES starting September 2017. For teachers, catechists or any adult members of the church to enhance their understanding of the catholic faith. One Saturday morning a month over two years. To find out more or register: http://hallam-diocese.com/departments/adult-formation or call 01142 566410.

GARDEN FLOWERS are needed for decorating church. Any spare suitable flowers or shrubs you may have would be greatly appreciated. Contact Margaret O’Rourke for more details if required.

SOUTH YORKSHIRE’S COMMUNITY FOUNDATION: Provide support to women (over 40) living in hardship or facing financial difficulty. For more information visit www.sycf.org.uk or ring Karen Alsop on 01142 429003.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma,
Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke,
Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba,
Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,  Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

THIRTEENTH  SUNDAY  IN  ORDINARY  TIME (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 2 July 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Patrick Murphy - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY FEAST OF ST THOMAS, APOSTLE

10.00am- Understanding Islam Study Day - Parish Rooms,
3.30pm St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.30am- Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East -
12.30pm
St Joseph's Church, Dinnngton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.30pm Parish Care Support Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament (followed by Over 50s Club) - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

6.00pm Confirmation Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Parish Reflection Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish 
Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

SATURDAY

10.00pm Mindfulness Celebration - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

SUNDAY

11.00am- Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament - St Joseph's Church, 4.00pm Dinnington 



Last week's collection: £330.01

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

NOTICES

NEXT SUNDAY we mark Sea Sunday and there will be a second collection for Apostleship of the Sea.

PARISH REFLECTION GROUP: The next meeting is on Wednesday 5 July at 7.00pm in the parish rooms. The Vicar General and Dean will be present – all very welcome to attend.

MINDFULNESS CELEBRATION: The postponed certificate giving celebration with Joe and Liz will be held in the parish rooms at 10am on Saturday 8 July.

ANYTHING GOES present CHORAL CLASSICS – A JOURNEY THROUGH TIME. Saturday 15 July, 7.30pm, The Crossing, Worksop, S80 2AT. Also featuring Wales High School musicians.Tickets £8, U16 £4 (or on the door). Details – info@musicatthecrossing.co.uk

COFFEE MORNING in aid of Columban Fathers in Peru. Saturday 22 July. 10.30am – 1.00pm in the parish rooms. Prizes needed. Contact Margaret O’Rourke or Maine Hobart.

170 CLUB: Congratulations to the winners of the June draw: £200 (11) S. Bekisz; £40 (166) T. Horton; £20 (61) Gollaglee.

PARISH NEWSLETTER: Please take a copy of the new ‘Just Being’ parish newsletter (on green paper at the back of church) Re: Rotherham Truth Campaign – a petition has been launched to ask Sharon Kemp (Chief Executive of Rotherham Council) to get senior officers to tell the truth around Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) including untruths about Voices of Despair Voices of Hope (the publication Liam Harron co-produced). To find out more contact Liam or access the petition athttps://www.change.org/p/sharon-kemp-ask-david-mcwilliams-an-rmbc-assistant-director-to-tell-the-truth

SUMMER FAYRE: St. Joseph’s School is holding their Summer Fayre on Friday 7 July. They are asking for donations of bottles for the bottle stall. Please either leave them at the back of church or pass them to Mary Gillgrass. Thank you.

RYTON CHORALE PRESENTS Operatic Choruses at The Crossing, Newcastle Street, Worksop, S80 2AT. Saturday 8 July, 7.30pm. The programme will also feature selected prize winning performances from the 2017 Worksop Music Festival. Tickets £10 in advance (£12 on the door). More details can be found at: www.rytonchorale.org.uk

HALLAM CARING SERVICES counselling service for women takes place at Mother of God Parish Centre, Abbeydale Road. Offered free of charge (donations welcomed).Please contact Bernie Ware to make an appointment: 01142 566408/07980 406198 or bware@hallam-diocese.com

CERTIFICATE IN RELIGIOUS STUDIES starting September 2017. For teachers, catechists or any adult members of the church to enhance their understanding of the catholic faith. One Saturday morning a month over two years. To find out more or register: http://hallam-diocese.com/departments/adult-formation or call 01142 566410.

GARDEN FLOWERS are needed for decorating church. Any spare suitable flowers or shrubs you may have would be greatly appreciated. Contact Margaret O’Rourke for more details if required.

SOUTH YORKSHIRE’S COMMUNITY FOUNDATION: Provide support to women (over 40) living in hardship or facing financial difficulty. For more information visit www.sycf.org.uk or ring Karen Alsop on 01142 429003.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma,
Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke,
Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba,
Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,  Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

THE  MOST  HOLY  TRINITY   (Year  A)

Week beginning Sunday 25 June 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for People of the Parish - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL SUCCOUR

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East - Blessed William Richardson Chapel

No Evening Mass today

 

WEDNESDAY

No Early Morning Mass today

9.15am Childminders' Group Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament (followed by Over 50s Club) - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY SS PETER & PAUL (Holy Day of Obligation)

No Early Morning Mass today

9.30am Eucharistic Celebration - St Joseph's School, Dinnington 

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish 
Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

SATURDAY

5.00pm Confession Service - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

  

Last week's collections: £264.57;  Columban Fathers: £400.00

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

NOTICES

PETERS PENCE: This weekend there will be a retiring collection for Peter’s Pence. Pope Benedict has stressed the meaning of this offering as “the most characteristic expression of all the faithful in the Bishop of Rome’s charitable initiatives in favour of the universal church”.

MINDFULNESS CELEBRATION: Unfortunately the certificate giving celebration with Joe and Liz has had to be postponed due to Liz being unwell. We remember Liz in our prayers and we will confirm the new date in due course.

PARISH NEWSLETTER: Please take a copy of the new ‘Just Being’ parish newsletter (on green paper at the back of church) Re: Rotherham Truth Campaign – a petition has been launched to ask Sharon Kemp (Chief Executive of Rotherham Council) to get senior officers to tell the truth around Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) including untruths about Voices of Despair Voices of Hope (the publication Liam Harron co-produced). To find out more contact Liam or access the petition athttps://www.change.org/p/sharon-kemp-ask-david-mcwilliams-an-rmbc-assistant-director-to-tell-the-truth

SUMMER FAYRE: St. Joseph’s School are holding their Summer Fayre on Friday 7th July. They are asking for donations of bottles for the bottle stall. Please either leave them at the back of church or pass them to Mary Gillgrass. Thank you.

RYTON CHORALE PRESENTS Operatic Choruses at The Crossing, Newcastle Street, Worksop, S80 2AT. Saturday 8th July, 7.30pm. The programme will also feature selected prize winning performances from the 2017 Worksop Music Festival. Tickets £10 in advance (£12 on the door). More details can be found at: www.rytonchorale.org.uk

HALLAM CARING SERVICES counselling service for women takes place at Mother of God Parish Centre, Abbeydale Road. Offered free of charge (donations welcomed).Please contact Bernie Ware to make an appointment: 01142 566408/07980 406198 or bware@hallam-diocese.com

CERTIFICATE IN RELIGIOUS STUDIES starting September 2017. For teachers, catechists or any adult members of the church to enhance their understanding of the catholic faith. One Saturday morning a month over two years. To find out more or register:
http://hallam-diocese.com/departments/adult-formation or call01142 566410.

WALSINGHAM PILGRIMAGE: Saturday 15th July 2017. Departing St. Joseph’s at 9.00am. Cost of trip £17.00. Details on the door to church or call Janet Reilly.

ANNUAL PILGRIMAGE TO PADLEY: Sunday 9th July, assemble at Grindleford Station at 3pm for the Rosary Procession to the Chapel. There will be ample additional parking on the day and the Knights of St. Columba will be stewarding. The Chapel will be open from 12 noon. You may wish to bring a folding chair with you. A portable W.C. will be available.

CHILDRENS LITURGY:  Please consider if you can help at all with the children’s liturgy. No teaching experience is needed. The commitment is just one Sunday in every 6 weeks and you will be part of a small team. You won’t be expected to lead sessions just provide support. Please contact Susan Bekisz.

GARDEN FLOWERS are needed for decorating church. Any spare suitable flowers or shrubs you may have would be greatly appreciated. Contact Margaret O’Rourke for more details if required.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,  Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr. Andy’s friend Marie.

THE MOST HOLY TRINITY (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 11 June 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Ricky Jepson - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East - Blessed William Richardson Chapel

No Evening Mass today

 

WEDNESDAY

No Early Morning Mass today

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament (followed by Over 50s Club) - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

No Early Morning Mass today

 
 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish 
Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

Last week's collection: £327.25

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: The Most Holy Body & Blood of Christ

NOTICES

A VERY BIG THANK YOU to Chris Parrott, Helen McKinney, Roisin and Kevin Mogan who turned up on Tuesday in the pouring rain to help Julie Waine (from Dobbies) plant the memorial garden. Gratitude also to Dobbies for contributing over £500 of plants. The conditions were challenging but graft and determination got the work done (which included moving and laying gravel). Special thanks to Chris Parrott who also sourced and laid the weed suppressant material and arranged for the gravel. Again thank you to all - the time you spared and the effort you put in is very much appreciated.

COLUMBAN FATHERS: The annual mission appeal will be next weekend (17th/18th June). Fr. Jim Fleming from the missionary society of St. Columban will be making the appeal.

REFLECTION GROUP MEETING: The minutes from last weeks meeting will be available next week.

SEATING IN THE PARISH ROOMS: New chairs have been purchased for the parish rooms. The old ones were removed on Friday and the carpet cleaned. There may be some delay until the full complement of chairs is in place. Thank you for your patience.

LADIES GROUP: Visit to Winthrop Gardens in Wickersley on Thursday 22nd June at 7.00pm. Cost is £5 and includes tea, scones, a talk and a tour of the gardens. Plants and curiosities will be on sale. Please contact Shauna by Sunday 18th June to book as we need a minimum of 15 people.

WALSINGHAM PILGRIMAGE: Saturday 15th July 2017. Departing St. Joseph’s at 9.00am. Cost of trip £17.00. Details on the door to church or call Janet Reilly.

ALL SAINTS CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL (Granville Rd, S2 2RJ) is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a school reunion on Saturday 24thJune, beginning with Mass at 4pm with Bishop Ralph, followed by a drinks reception, tour of the school, buffet, charity auction and musical entertainment, to finish by 10pm. Tickets (£15 with concessions for families) are available from the school office (telephone 01142 724851).

ANNUAL PILGRIMAGE TO PADLEY: Sunday 9th July, assemble at Grindleford Station at 3pm for the Rosary Procession to the Chapel. There will be ample additional parking on the day and the Knights of St. Columba will be stewarding. The Chapel will be open from 12 noon. You may wish to bring a folding chair with you. A portable W.C. will be available.

MINDFULNESS SELF-COMPASSION: There will be a certificate giving celebration with Joe and Liz sharing their conclusions on Saturday 24thJune at 10.00am in the Parish Rooms for all those who participated in the Mindfulness Course

IMAGES OF CHRIST IN REVELATION: An evening with Dr. Ian Boxall (Catholic University of America). Monday 12th June, 7.30pm, St. Vincent’s Church (40 Pickmere Road, S10 1GY). Tickets can be reserved for this free event. For more information email contactadulteducation@hallam-diocese.com or telephone 01142 566410.

THE INTEGRO PROGRAMME: Hinsley Hall, Leeds, 23rd/24th/25th June 2017. Open to all at a special rate of £250 which includes accommodation and meals, this 3 day residential event will provide the opportunity to wind down, recharge and return to work and home with fresh energy & enthusiasm. For more info contact tina@tinatraining.co.uk or 07815 064710.

CORPUS CHRISTI PROCESSION led by Bishop Ralph Heskett, 3.00pm Sunday 18th June. There will be four altars: Tudor Square; Barkers Pool; Fargate; Anglican Cathedral Grounds. Gather outside St. Marie’s Cathedral on Norfolk Row by 3pm.

ST WILFRID’S CENTRE are looking to recruit a Workshop Tutor which is being advertised on Voluntary Action Sheffield. This is a paid position. Use the following link http://www.vas.org.uk/jobs and type the key words Workshop Tutor. Closing date: midnight Sunday 11th June 2017.

UNDERSTANDING ISLAM STUDY DAY: This takes place at St Joseph’s Parish Room on Tuesday July 4th from 10.00am to 3.30pm. There is no charge, but participants are invited to contribute to a shared lunch. The day is led by Dr Chris Hewer, for further information contact Liam Harron. See poster back of church.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,  Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr. Andy’s friend Marie.

PENTECOST SUNDAY - WHITSUNDAY (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 4 June 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Jim Roe - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East - Blessed William Richardson Chapel

7.00pm Deanery Co-ordinators Meeting - Wickersley

No Evening Mass today

7.30pm Parish Care Support Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington


WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass for Holy Souls - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament (followed by Over 50s Club) - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Parish Reflection Group Meeting - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 
THURSDAY
 
8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington
 
 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish 
Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

Last week's collection: £145.95

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: The Most Holy Trinity

NOTICES

CONGRATULATIONS AND WELCOME to Michael Tilley and Daniel Barker who were baptised and received in the Church at Blessed William Richardson Chapel at Kiveton on Saturday.  We wish them both well and pray that they will not only enjoy being part of our community but be outstanding witnesses to the life and values of Christ.  May the Holy Spirit fill them with courage and peace.

RICKY JEPSON RIP:  Please remember Ricky who died suddenly recently.  We pray for his grieving parents Jeff and Susan.

COLUMBAN FATHERS:  The annual mission appeal will be over the weekend of 17/18 June.  A priest from the missionary society of
St Columba will be making the appeal – more details to follow next week.

THE COMMUNITY OF WALES CHURCH has extended an invitation to St Joseph’s and Blessed William Richardson to join them this Sunday between 4pm and 6pm for a barbecue and Song of Praise (actual service starts at 6pm).  All welcome.

SYRIAN CRISIS:  Thank you to all who gave donations, prizes and supported our coffee morning which raised £556.00.  A big thank you to all who worked to make it a success.

PARISH CARE SUPPORT GROUP:  The next meeting is on Tuesday 6 June at 7.30pm in the parish rooms.  Anyone interested in finding out more about the group are very welcome to come along.

WALSINGHAM PILGRIMAGE:  Saturday 15 July 2017.  Departing
St Joseph’s at 9.00am.  Cost of trip £17.00.  Details on the door to church or call Janet Reilly.

ANNUAL PILGRIMAGE TO PADLEY:  Sunday 9 July, assemble at Grindleford Station at 3pm for the Rosary Procession to the Chapel.  There will be ample additional parking on the day and the Knights of
St Columba will be stewarding.  The Chapel will be open from 12 noon. You may wish to bring a folding chair with you.  A portable WC will be available.

170 CLUB:  May draw winners: £200 (105) Irene Raszjk;
£40 (8) M Carroll; £20 (145) P Henstock.  Congratulations to all.

MINDFULNESS SELF-COMPASSION:  There will be a certificate giving celebration with Joe and Liz sharing their conclusions on Saturday 24 June at 10.00am in the Parish Rooms for all those who participated in the Mindfulness Course

IMAGES OF CHRIST IN REVELATION:  An evening with Dr Ian Boxall (Catholic University of America).  Monday 12 June, 7.30pm, St. Vincent’s Church (40 Pickmere Road, S10 1GY).  Tickets can be reserved for this free event. For more information emailcontactadulteducation@hallam-diocese.com or telephone
01142 566410.

THE INTEGRO PROGRAMME:  Hinsley Hall, Leeds, 23/24/25 June 2017.  Open to all at a special rate of £250 which includes accommodation and meals, this 3 day residential event will provide the opportunity to wind down, recharge and return to work and home with fresh energy & enthusiasm.  For more info contact tina@tinatraining.co.uk or
07815 064710.

CORPUS CHRISTI PROCESSION led by Bishop Ralph Heskett, 3.00pm Sunday 18 June.  There will be four altars: Tudor Square; Barkers Pool; Fargate; Anglican Cathedral Grounds.  Gather outside St Marie’s Cathedral on Norfolk Row by 3pm.

ST WILFRID’S CENTRE are looking to recruit a Workshop Tutor which is being advertised on Voluntary Action Sheffield.  This is a paid position. Use the following link http://www.vas.org.uk/jobs and type the key words Workshop Tutor.  Closing date: midnight Sunday 11 June 2017.

LOST CHORD is hoping to win a massive cash boost through the Tesco Bags of Help Initiative.  Voting is open in Maltby and Dinnington stores throughout May and June.  Customers cast their vote using a token given to them at the check-out each time they shop, so please vote for Lost Chord.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow & his grandma,
Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke,
Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba,
Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,  Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

ASCENSION  SUNDAY  (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 28 May 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for People of the Parish - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East - Blessed William Richardson Chapel

7.00pm Mass for the Yorkshire Brethren - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington


WEDNESDAY FEAST OF THE VISITATION OF THE BVM

8.15am Mass for - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament (followed by Over 50s Club) - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington
 
 
THURSDAY
 
8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington
 
 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish 
Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

SATURDAY

5.00pm Choral Concert - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

No confession service this evening 


 

Last week's collection: £341.62

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Pentecost Sunday

NOTICES

WORLD COMMUNICATIONS DAY is marked this Sunday.  In a world steeped in violence and conflict, we have a great opportunity to promote the values of the Gospel that speak of the dignity of the person and the priorities of building peace and prosperity, in justice, for all.  There will be a second collection for Evangelisation through the Media.

WITH REGRET the Pentecost Mass planned to be held next Sunday at St Bernard’s Catholic High School has had to be cancelled.  This is due to an infestation in the school hall.  Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.

CONGRATULATIONS to David Hickey who has been appointed as the new head teacher of St Joseph’s School.  He takes up the position in September.

FRIENDS IN HARMONY CHOIR & ANSTON MALE VOICE CHOIRconcert in St Joseph’s church next Saturday 3 June.  Proceeds to Safe@Last.  Tickets on sale now – all welcome.  Details on the notice board.

TERESA WILLIAMS and her family would sincerely like to thank everyone in the parish for their prayers, cards and condolences.

WALSINGHAM PILGRIMAGE: Saturday 15 July 2017.  Departing
St Joseph’s at 9.00am.  Cost of trip £17.00.  Details on the door to church or call Janet Reilly.

WOODSETTS PARISH COUNCIL would like to thank everyone who voted for its project in the Tesco Bags of Help competition.  It won the first prize of £5,000 to help towards the installation of a picnic area and sand pit.

MINDFULNESS SELF-COMAPASSION MEETING:  There will be a certificate giving celebration with Joe and Liz sharing their conclusions on 25 June at 10.00am in the Parish Rooms for all those who participated in the Mindfulness Course

THE COMMUNITY OF WALES CHURCH has extended an invitation to St Joseph’s and Blessed William Richardson to join them on June 4 between 4pm and 6pm for a barbecue and Song of Praise (actual service starts at 6pm).  Members of the chapel at Wales, Harthill, Thorpe Salvin and our community are all taking part.  Anyone interested is welcome.

CORPUS CHRISTI PROCESSION led by Bishop Ralph Heskett, 3.00pm Sunday 18 June.  There will be four altars: Tudor Square; Barkers Pool; Fargate; Anglican Cathedral Grounds. Gather outside St Marie’s Cathedral on Norfolk Row by 3pm.

GARDEN FLOWERS are needed for decorating church.  Any spare suitable flowers or shrubs you may have would be greatly appreciated. Contact Margaret O’Rourke for more details if required.

CHILDRENS LITURGY:  Please consider if you can help at all with the children’s liturgy.  No teaching experience is needed.  The commitment is just one Sunday in every 6 weeks and you will be part of a small team. You won’t be expected to lead sessions just provide support.  Please contact Susan Bekisz.

EVANGELISATION THROUGH FORGIVENESS, HOPE & PEACE:  A unique day designed to inspire through a mix of guest speakers, discussion, music, prayer and worship.  Saturday 10 June, St Joseph’s School, Shirebrook.  10.00am-3.30pm.  Register on-linehttp://bit.ly/conference-2017 or call the parish office
01623 742349 for details.

ST WILFRID’S CENTRE are looking to recruit a Workshop Tutor which is being advertised on Voluntary Action Sheffield.  This is a paid position. Use the following link http://www.vas.org.uk/jobs and type the key words Workshop Tutor.  Closing date: midnight Sunday 11 June 2017.

LOST CHORD is hoping to win a massive cash boost through the Tesco Bags of Help Initiative.  Voting is open in Maltby and Dinnington stores throughout May and June.  Customers cast their vote using a token given to them at the check-out each time they shop, so please vote for Lost Chord.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,  Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr. Andy’s friend Marie.

SIXTH SUNDAY OF EASTER (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 21 May 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for the Hooly Souls - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East - Blessed William Richardson Chapel

No Evening Mass today


WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass for - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament (followed by Over 50s Club) - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

6.30pm Mass for Fr John Adikwu - St Mary Magdalene, Maltby

6.45pm Confirmation Meeting - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington
 
 
THURSDAY
 
8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington
 
 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish 
Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

Last week's collection: £320.89

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: The Ascension of The Lord (Year A)

NOTICES

CONGRATULATIONS to Fr Pat Smythe who celebrates the 50thanniversary of his ordination on Tuesday in Leeds.  Please keep him in your prayers.

FAREWELL:  There is a special Mass at St Mary Magdalene, Maltby this Wednesday evening at 6.30pm for Fr John Adikwu who is leaving Maltby to return to Nigeria.  We wish him well and send our prayers with him.

WORLD COMMUNICATIONS DAY is marked next weekend and there will be a second collection for Evangelisation through the Media.

CONFIRMATION:  The next meeting for the Confirmation group is this Wednesday, 24 May, at 6.45pm in the parish rooms.

LADIES' GROUP:  Night out to The Angel, Spinkhill on Thursday 25 May at 7.00pm.  Anyone needing transport or the menu please contact Shauna.

THE COMMUNITY OF WALES CHURCH have extended an invitation to St Joseph’s and Blessed William Richardson to join them on 4 June between 4pm and 6pm for a barbecue and Song of Praise (actual service starts at 6pm).  Members of the chapel at Wales, Harthill, Thorpe Salvin and our community are all taking part.  Anyone interested is welcome.

ST JOSEPH’S CENTENARY GARDEN:  Please join us today from 10.30am to continue the work of preparing our garden ready for Dobbies to plant the flowers and shrubs they are donating.  Thank you in advance!

MASS OF PENTECOST:  Sunday 4 June, 11.00am, St Bernard’s Catholic High School, Herringthorpe Valley Road.  There will be a shared table after Mass in the school hall so please bring a plate of food for this.  If you have a national dress you are encouraged to wear it.  Everyone welcome.

CORPUS CHRISTI PROCESSION led by Bishop Ralph Heskett, 3.00pm Sunday 18 June.  There will be four altars: Tudor Square; Barkers Pool; Fargate; Anglican Cathedral Grounds.  Gather outside St Marie’s Cathedral on Norfolk Row by 3pm.  Stewards will be there for assistance.

GARDEN FLOWERS are needed for decorating church.  Any spare suitable flowers or shrubs you may have would be greatly appreciated. Contact Margaret O’Rourke for more details if required.

CHILDRENS LITURGY:  No new members have come forward to date. Please consider if you can help at all with the children’s liturgy.  No teaching experience is needed.  The commitment is just one Sunday every 6 weeks and you will be part of a small team.  You won’t be expected to lead sessions just provide support.  If you think you may be able to help please contact Susan Bekisz.

EVANGELISATION THROUGH FORGIVENESS, HOPE & PEACE:  A unique day designed to inspire through a mix of guest speakers, discussion, music, prayer and worship.  Saturday 10 June, St Joseph’s School, Shirebrook.  10.00am-3.30pm.  Register on-linehttp://bit.ly/conference-2017 or call the parish office 01623 742349 for details.

ST WILFRID’S CENTRE are recruiting a full time Fundraising Manager. Applications can be made via www.vas.org.uk/jobs and search for Fundraising Manager or contact Josie Brooks on 01142 555720.

LOST CHORD is hoping to win a massive cash boost through the Tesco Bags of Help Initiative. Voting is open in Maltby and Dinnington stores throughout May and June.  Customers cast their vote using a token given to them at the check-out each time they shop, so please vote for Lost Chord.

FRIENDS IN HARMONY CHOIR & ANSTON MALE VOICE CHOIR are holding a concert in St Joseph’s church on Saturday 3 June with proceeds going to Safe@Last.  Tickets on sale now – all welcome.  Details on the notice board.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow & his grandma,
Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke,
Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Go rdon, Eileen Gould,
Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba,
Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,  Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

FIFTH  SUNDAY  OF  EASTER  (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 14 May 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for John O'Rourke - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East - Blessed William Richardson Chapel

7.00pm Mass for Yorkshire Brethren - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass for Holy Souls - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament (followed by Over 50s Club)  - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington
 
THURSDAY
 
8.15am Mass for Yorkshire Brethren - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington
 
 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish 
Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

Last week's collections: £263.61; Priest Training Fund: 268.35

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Sixth Sunday of Easter (Year A)

NOTICES

WELCOME and thank you to Fr Richard who celebrates Masses this weekend while Fr Andy visits his mother on the occasion of her 90thbirthday.  Please keep her in your prayers.

CONGRATULATIONS to David Hickey who has been appointed as the new head teacher for St Joseph’s School. He takes up the position in September.

ST JOSEPH’S CENTENARY GARDEN:  Dobbies have offered a grant towards shrubs and plants for the garden.  We also hope to widen the path to improve wheelchair access.  We need helpers to clear some of the old shrubs and dig an area ready for the ladies from Dobbies to do the planting for us.  Next weekend on Saturday and Sunday (20/21 May) between 10.30am and 4.00pm we are hoping as many helpers as possible can help clear, prune, dig etc… Thank you in advance!

170 CLUB:  Congratulations to the winners of the April Draw:
£200 (115) Billy Brennan; £40 (77) S Hilton; £20 (95) K Mogan

COFFEE MORNING/LUNCH to raise money for the CAFOD appeal for the crisis happening in Syria. Saturday 20 May from 10.30am.  Volunteers helping with the centenary garden are very welcome.  Cakes are needed for the cake stall – please contact Margaret O’Rourke (01909 550581) if you can assist.

MASS OF PENTECOST:  Sunday 4 June, 11.00am, St Bernard’s Catholic High School, Herringthorpe Valley Road.  All very welcome.

EVANGELISATION THROUGH FORGIVENESS, HOPE & PEACE:  A unique day designed to inspire through a mix of guest speakers, discussion, music, prayer and worship. Saturday 10 June, St Joseph’s School, Shirebrook. 10.00am-3.30pm.  Register on-linehttp://bit.ly/conference-2017 or call the parish office
01623 742349 for details.

GARDEN FLOWERS are needed for decorating church.  Any spare suitable flowers or shrubs you may have would be greatly appreciated. Contact Margaret O’Rourke for more details if required.

SPIRITUALITY:  All groups/individuals involved in nurturing spirituality within the diocese are invited to a meeting at the Hallam Pastoral Centre at 7pm on Tuesday 16 May, to share what they are doing and consider opportunities to nourish spirituality and develop a network across the diocese.  Info: adulteducation@hallam-diocese.com

CHILDRENS LITURGY:  We need new members to help us to continue to provide this part of our Sunday Mass to the children in our parish.  No teaching experience is needed.  The commitment is just one Sunday every 6 weeks and you will be part of a small team.  You won’t be expected to lead sessions just provide support.  If you think you may be able to help please contact Susan Bekisz.

ST WILFRID’S CENTRE are recruiting a full time Fundraising Manager. Applications can be made via  www.vas.org.uk/jobs and search for Fundraising Manager or contact Josie Brooks on 01142 555720.

LOST CHORD is hoping to win a massive cash boost through the Tesco Bags of Help Initiative.  Voting is open in Maltby and Dinnington stores throughout May and June.  Customers cast their vote using a token given to them at the check-out each time they shop, so please vote for Lost Chord.

FRIENDS IN HARMONY CHOIR & ANSTON MALE VOICE CHOIR are holding a concert in St Joseph’s church on Saturday 3 June with proceeds going to Safe@Last.  Tickets on sale now – all welcome.  Details on the noticeboard.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow & his grandma,
Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke,
Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba,
Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,  Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

FOURTH SUNDAY OF EASTER (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 7 May 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Mrs Lau - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East - Blessed William Richardson Chapel

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

No Early Morning Mass today

10.30am Funeral of Brian Willliams - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament (followed by Over 50s Club)  - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 
THURSDAY
 
8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington
 
 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish 
Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

Last week's collection: £497.74

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Fifth Sunday of Easter (Year A)

NOTICES

DAY OF PRAYER FOR VOCATIONS (GOOD SHEPHERD SUNDAY) is marked this weekend and there will be a retiring collection for the Priests Training Fund.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Fr Andy’s mother who celebrates her 90 birthday this week.  Please keep her and all the family in your prayers.  Fr Richard will be celebrating Mass for us next weekend while Fr Andy spends some time with his family.

FRIENDS IN HARMONY CHOIR & ANSTON MALE VOICE CHOIR are holding a concert in St Joseph’s church on Saturday 3 June with proceeds going to Safe@Last.  Tickets on sale now – all welcome.  Details on the noticeboard.

ST JOSEPH’S CENTENARY GARDEN:  Dobbies have offered a grant towards shrubs and plants for the garden.  We also hope to widen the path to improve wheelchair access. We need helpers to clear some of the old shrubs and dig an area ready for the ladies from Dobbies to do the planting for us.  On Saturday and Sunday (20/21 May) between 10.30am and 4.00pm we are hoping as many helpers as possible can help clear, prune, dig etc… Thank you in advance!

GIFT-AID:  Thank you to all tax payers who contribute to the Gift-Aid scheme it helps to raise our funds by £5000 a year.  Many thanks also to Christine Hall who sorts all the paper work out for the parish.  Christine would like to retire next year and so we are looking for someone to continue this vital work.  Please contact Fr Andy/ Christine if you can help.

SPIRITUALITY:  All groups/individuals involved in nurturing spirituality within the diocese are invited to a meeting at the Hallam Pastoral Centre at 7pm on Tuesday 16 May, to share what they are doing and consider opportunities to nourish spirituality and develop a network across the diocese.  Info:  adulteducation@hallam-diocese.com.

CHILDRENS LITURGY:  This friendly and supportive team is in need of new members to ensure we can continue to deliver this element of our Sunday Mass to our youngest parishioners.  No teaching experience is needed just a desire to help our children participate in the liturgy of the word at a level they can understand.  The commitment is just one Sunday every 6 weeks and, as part of a small team. anyone interested please either join your child in a Children’s Liturgy session and have a word with a member of the team or contact Susan Bekisz.  Many in our team are ordinary parents and simply wish to see it continue for others.

ST WILFRID’S CENTRE are recruiting a full time Fundraising Manager. Applications can be made via www.vas.org.uk/jobs and search for Fundraising Manager or contact Josie Brooks on 01142 555720.

VOCATIONS WEEKEND (FAITHFUL COMPANIONS OF JESUS):  A retreat weekend for young women considering the vocation to religious life.  26-28 May, Broadstairs, Kent.  For more info contact:  Sr Lynnelynnefcj@hotmail.com.

CONCERT WITH ORGAN, VOICE & BRASS in support of Shiloh, Rotherham’s homeless charity.  St. Bede’s Catholic Church, Friday 12 May, 7pm.  Tickets £5 available on the door.  Free entry for under 16’s.

LOST CHORD is hoping to win a massive cash boost through the Tesco Bags of Help Initiative.  Voting is open in Maltby and Dinnington stores throughout May and June.  Customers cast their vote using a token given to them at the check-out each time they shop, so please vote for Lost Chord.

DO/DID YOU KNOW Doreen Bloomfield (possibly born 1927) of Meadow Street, Dinnington?  Fr Andy has been contacted by a lady in the Netherlands whose uncle’s diary refers to correspondence with Doreen whilst he was a soldier in the 1940’s.

MARCH FOR LIFE UK:  This Life Fest 17 – 20 May is in Birmingham. Over the last 50 years 8.5 million innocent lives have been lost to abortion.  Guest speakers are Lila-Rose of Live Action, ex abortion worker Catherine Adair and our own Bishop Ralph.  The day begins with Mass at 10am.  To book a coach seat from Hallam call Bernadette 07533545357or email:  Bernadette.march4life@gmail.com.

BRIGHTLIGHTS FESTIVAL:  Annual event for 16-30 year olds taking place June 23-26 in the grounds of Alton Castle, Staffordshire.  Weekend of live music, liturgy and worship.  For more information visitwww.brightlights.org.uk.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow & his grandma,
Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke,
Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba,
Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,  Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 30 April 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for Kathleen Skinner - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for People of the Parish - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East - Blessed William Richardson Chapel

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY FEAST OF SS PETER & JAMES, APOSTLES

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament (followed by Over 50s Club)  - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Parish Reflection Group Meetings - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Parish Care Support Group Meeting - Presbytery,
1 Swinston Hill Road, Dinnington

  
 
THURSDAY FEAST OF THE ENGLISH MARTYRS
 
8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington
 
 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish 
Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

SATURDAY

5.00pm Confession Service - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington
 

Last week's collection: £312.50

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Fourth Sunday of Easter (Year A)

NOTICES

CONGRATULATIONS to all the children who celebrate at this Sundays Mass, having received the sacrament of First Holy Communion over Easter.  We pray for Lila, Lucy, Grace, Max, Oliver, Annabelle, Jacob, Matthew, Isaac, Cian, Tara and Isabella, and their families on this special occasion.  Please accept their invitation and join them in a parish celebration in St Joseph’s School straight after Mass.  Everyone welcome.

DAY OF PRAYER FOR VOCATIONS is marked next Sunday (7 May) and there will be a retiring collection for the Priests Training Fund.

PARISH REFLECTION GROUP:  The next meeting is this Wednesday 3 May at 7.00pm in the parish rooms.

PARISH CARE SUPPORT GROUP:  The next meeting is this Wednesday 3 May at 7.00pm in Fr Andy’s house (please note the change of day this month from Tuesday to Wednesday).

GIFT-AID:  Thank you to all tax payers who contribute to the Gift-Aid scheme it helps to raise our funds by £5000 a year.  Many thanks also to Christine Hall who sorts all the paper work out for the parish.  Christine would like to retire next year and so we are looking for someone to continue this vital work.  Please contact Fr Andy/ Christine if you can help.

CHILDRENS LITURGY:  This friendly and supportive team is in need of new leaders and assistants to ensure we can continue to deliver this wonderful and highly valued element of our Sunday Mass to our youngest parishioners.  No teaching experience is needed just a desire to help our children participate in the liturgy of the word at a level they can understand.  The commitment is just one Sunday every 6 weeks and, as part of a small team, new helpers will begin by supporting an experienced leader and will gradually be encouraged to become involved with planning sessions and if comfortable maybe leading.  If you are interested please either join your child in a Children’s Liturgy session and have a word with a member of the team or contact Susan Bekisz.  Many in our team are parents whose children have benefited from the Children’s Liturgy and simply wish to see it continue for others. Please help if you can.

VOCATIONS WEEKEND (FAITHFUL COMPANIONS OF JESUS):  A retreat weekend for young women considering the vocation to religious life.  26-28 May, Broadstairs, Kent.  For more info contact:  Sr Lynnelynnefcj@hotmail.com.

CONCERT WITH ORGAN, VOICE & BRASS in support of Shiloh, Rotherham’s homeless charity.  St Bede’s Catholic Church, Friday 12 May, 7pm.  Tickets £5 available on the door.  Free entry for under 16’s.

LOST CHORD is hoping to win a massive cash boost through the Tesco Bags of Help Initiative. Voting is open in Maltby and Dinnington stores throughout May and June. Customers cast their vote using a token given to them at the check-out each time they shop, so please vote for Lost Chord.

DO YOU KNOW Doreen Bloomfield (possibly born 1927) of Meadow Street, Dinnington?  Fr Andy has been contacted by a lady in the Netherlands whose uncle’s diary refers to correspondence with Doreen whilst he was soldier in the 1940’s.

BRIGHTLIGHTS FESTIVAL:  Annual event for 16-30 year olds taking place June 23-26 in the grounds of Alton Castle, Staffordshire.  Weekend of live music, liturgy and worship.  For more information visitwww.brightlights.org.uk.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow & his grandma,
Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke,
Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba,
Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,  Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

SECOND SUNDAY OF EASTER - DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY

Week beginning Sunday 23 April 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass - Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for People of the Parish - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY SOLEMNITY OF ST GEORGE, MARTYR,
PATRON OF ENGLAND (transferred from 23rd)

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY FEAST OF ST MARK, EVANGELIST

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East - Blessed William Richardson Chapel

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament (followed by Over 50s Club)  - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

  
 
THURSDAY
 
8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington
 
 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish 
Rooms, st Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

Last week's collections: £348.09; Easter Flowers: £200;
Bluebell Wood: £50; Lost Chord: £125; PACT: £150;
Cancer Care Charities: £200; Holy Places in Jerusalem: £190

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Third Sunday of Easter (Year A)

NOTICES

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION CELEBRATION MASS: Next Sunday (30thApril) the children who have prepared and received the sacrament of First Holy Communion over Easter will celebrate with the parish at the 9.30am Mass. Please keep Lila, Lucy, Grace, Max, Oliver, Annabelle, Jacob, Matthew, Isaac, Cian, Tara and Isabella in your prayers.

BRIAN WILLIAMS RIP: Brian died rather suddenly last Monday morning after a heart attack at Northern General hospital. Our prayers and thoughts are with his wife Teresa and the family at this time. Details of Brian’s funeral will be circulated once they are confirmed. May he rest in peace.

CHILDRENS LITURGY: This friendly and supportive team is in need of new leaders and assistants to ensure we can continue to deliver this wonderful and highly valued element of our Sunday Mass to our youngest parishioners. No teaching experience is needed just a desire to help our children participate in the liturgy of the word at a level they can understand. The commitment is just one Sunday every 6 weeks and, as part of a small team, new helpers will begin by supporting an experienced leader and will gradually be encouraged to become involved with planning sessions and if comfortable maybe leading. If you are interested please either join your child in a Children’s Liturgy session and have a word with a member of the team or contact Susan Bekisz on orsusanbekisz@sky.com Many in our team are parents whose children have benefited from the Children’s Liturgy and simply wish to see it continue for others. Please help if you can.

DONATIONS OF CHEESE are still always desperately needed by St. Wilfrid’s. Glen Stevens, Pat Henstock, Kate Patterson or Lucy Liversidge will pass on donations and St. Wilfrid’s also express their sincere thanks for past donations.

GIFT-AID: Thank you to all tax payers who contribute to the Gift-Aid scheme it helps to raise our funds by £5000 a year. Many thanks also to Christine Hall who sorts all the paper work out for the parish. Christine would like to retire next year and so we are looking for someone to continue this vital work. Please contact Fr Andy/ Christine if you can help.

SISTERS OF MERCY SAFEGUARDING COMMISSION:  New Volunteers needed (approx 6 days per annum) for persons who will be committed to implementing the Catholic Church’s safeguarding policy and procedures. Applicants should have current experience in safeguarding work with children and/or adults. For more information email co-ord.safeguarding@iolmercy.org.uk or call Sr. Clare Smith on
01142 351540. 

FREE SAFEGUARDING E-LEARNING TRAINING: Available to all in the Catholic community. Whilst not mandatory some modules are recommended for parishioners undertaking these roles: Children’s Liturgy (working mainly with children): Child Protection – Child Protection in Education – Child Exploitation and On-line Safety. Eucharistic Ministers (working mainly with adults): Safeguarding Adults and Mental Capacity. A certificate is issued on completion. It is intended to raise a constant awareness of basic safeguarding principles when working with children & vulnerable adults. See notice board.

BRIGHTLIGHTS FESTIVAL: Annual event for 16-30 year olds taking place June 23rd-26th in the grounds of Alton Castle, Staffordshire. Weekend of live music, liturgy and worship. For more information visitwww.brightlights.org.uk.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,  Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr. Andy’s friend Marie.

EASTER SUNDAY OF THE LORD'S RESURRECTION

Week beginning Sunday 16 April 2017
 
 
HOLY SATURDAY

8.30pm Easter Vigil Mass for the People of the Parish -
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington
(Special collection for Easter Flowers)

 

EASTER SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for the Holy Souls - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington (Special collection for Easter Flowers)


EASTER MONDAY

No Mass today

 

EASTER TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East - Blessed William Richardson Chapel

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

EASTER WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament (followed by Over 50s Club)  - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

12.15pm Funeral of Norah Parish St Mary Magdalene's, Maltby
 
 
 
EASTER THURSDAY
 
8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington
 
 

EASTER FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish 
Rooms, st Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

Last week's collection: £291.91

 

Thank you very much

 

 Next Sunday: Second Sunday of Easter (Divine Mercy Sunday) 

NOTICES

FR ANDY WRITES…”A word of thanks to all the people involved in the Holy Week ceremonies.  They have been absolutely wonderful both in the careful preparations and prayerful way they have been carried out.  Also special thanks for the beautiful Easter decorations and the hours of hard work put into ensuring our Church is looking its best by the team of cleaners. Everything looks spectacular.  Thank you as well for all the personal good wishes, cards and gifts that I have received.  I would like to wish you and your families a very Happy Easter!”

NORAH PARISH:  Norah died peacefully on Mother’s Day after a long illness at Waterside Grange.  Her funeral is at St Mary Magdalene’s Church, Maltby on Wednesday 19 April at 12.15pm.

CHILDRENS LITURGY:  This friendly and supportive team are in need of new leaders and assistants to ensure we can continue to deliver this wonderful and highly valued element of our Sunday Mass to our youngest parishioners.  No teaching experience is needed just a desire to help our children participate in the liturgy of the word at a level they can understand.  The commitment is just one Sunday in every 6 weeks and, as part of a small team, new helpers will begin by supporting an experienced leader and will gradually be encouraged to become involved with planning sessions with the aim of eventually leading them.  If you are interested please either join your child in a Children’s Liturgy session and have a word with a member of the team or contact Susan Bekisz.  Most of our team are parents whose children have benefited from the Children’s Liturgy and wish to see it continue for others.  Please help if you can.

DONATIONS OF CHEESE are still always desperately needed by St Wilfrid’s.  Glen Stevens, Pat Henstock, Kate Patterson or Lucy Liversidge will pass on donations and St Wilfrid’s also express their sincere thanks for past donations.

170 CLUB:  Congratulations to the winners of the March draw:
£200 (58) A Harrison; £40 (60) Fallons; £20 (51) Fanning.

LENT FOOD COLLECTION:  During Lent we are collecting donations for the local food banks.  Boxes at the back of church

GIFT-AID:  Thank you to all tax payers who contribute to the Gift-Aid scheme it helps to raise our funds by £5000 a year.  Many thanks also to Christine Hall who sorts all the paper work out for the parish.  Christine would like to retire next year and so we are looking for someone to continue this vital work.  Please contact Fr Andy/Christine if you can help.

SISTERS OF MERCY SAFEGUARDING COMMISSION:  New Volunteers needed (approx 6 days per annum) for persons who will be committed to implementing the Catholic Church’s safeguarding policy and procedures.  Applicants should have current experience in safeguarding work with children and/or adults. For more information email co-ord.safeguarding@iolmercy.org.uk or call Sr Clare Smith on
01142 351540

HALLAM DIOCESE LOURDES PILGRIMAGE 2017:  From July 2 to 7 costing £697.  There are some application forms and information at the back of the church

FREE SAFEGUARDING E-LEARNING TRAINING:  Available to all in the Catholic community.  Whilst not mandatory some modules are recommended for parishioners undertaking these roles:  Children’s Liturgy (working mainly with children): Child Protection – Child Protection in Education – Child Exploitation and On-line Safety. Eucharistic Ministers (working mainly with adults):  Safeguarding Adults and Mental Capacity.  A certificate is issued on completion.  It is intended to raise a constant awareness of basic safeguarding principles when working with children & vulnerable adults.  See notice board.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow – and his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,  Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

PALM SUNDAY (St Joseph's Holy Week Retreat)

Week beginning Sunday 9 April 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for the Yprkshire Brethren - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for People of the Parish with Blessing of Palms -
St Joseph's School Hall processing to 
St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

6.00pm Stations of the Cross presented by the children of
St Joseph's 
School - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington (Special collection for Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice)

 

TUESDAY

9.30am Penitential Service (all welcome) - St Joseph's School, Dinnington

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East -
Blessed William Richardson Chapel

7.00pm Healing and Caring Mass (with anointing of sick)
Any lifts needed please contact Judith Sherratt or
Alicia Harris
(Special collection for Lost Chord)

 

WEDNESDAY

9.00am Church cleaning

11.00am Chrism Mass - St Marie's Cathedral, Sheffield

7.00pm Penitential Service for Holy Week (Special collection for PACT - Prison Service)

 

 
MAUNDY THURSDAY
10.00am Funeral Mass for Patsy Bird St Joseph's Church, Dinnington
 
7.00pm Celebration of the Lord's Supper (with washing of First Holy Communion children's feet) followed by procession to the altar of repose and
"watching" unti 10pm (Special collection for Cancer Care Charities)
 
 

GOOD FRIDAY

10.00am Interchurch "Walk of Witness" - Car ParkSt Joseph's Church,
 
3.00pm Celebration of the Lord's Passion and Death
(Special collection for the Holy Places in Jerusalem)
 
HOLY SATURDAY
8.30pm EASTER VIGIL
(Special collection for the Easter Flowers)
 
 
EASTER SUNDAY
9.30pm Mass for the People of the Parish
(Special collection for the Easter Flowers)
 
 

Last week's collection: £443.99

 

Thank you very much

NOTICES

PATSY BIRD:  Patsy had a stroke a week last Friday and died peacefully on Tuesday at Rotherham hospital.  We remember her and the family in our prayers at this time.  Patsy’s funeral is on Thursday at 10.00am May she rest in peace.

NORAH PARISH:  Norah died peacefully on Mother’s Day after a long illness at Waterside Grange.  Her funeral is at St Mary Magdalene’s Church, Maltby on Wednesday 19 April at 12.15pm.

DONATIONS OF CHEESE are still always desperately needed by
St Wilfrid’s.  Glen Stevens, Pat Henstock, Kate Patterson or Lucy Liversidge will pass on donations and St Wilfrid’s also express their sincere thanks for past donations.

IRONING BOARD is needed for use in church.  If anyone has a spare one or is disposing of an old one.  The please contact Kate Millar if you can help in any way

170 CLUB:  Congratulations to the winners of the March draw:
£200 (58) A Harrison; £40 (60) Fallons; £20 (51) Fanning.

LENT FOOD COLLECTION:  During Lent we are collecting donations for the local food banks.  Boxes at the back of church

GIFT-AID:  Thank you to all tax payers who contribute to the Gift-Aid scheme it helps to raise our funds by £5000 a year.  Many thanks also to Christine Hall who sorts all the paper work out for the parish.  Christine would like to retire next year and so we are looking for someone to continue this vital work.  Please contact Fr Andy or Christine if you can help.

SISTERS OF MERCY SAFEGUARDING COMMISSION:  New Volunteers needed (approx 6 days per annum) for persons who will be committed to implementing the Catholic Church’s safeguarding policy and procedures.  Applicants should have current experience in safeguarding work with children and/or adults. For more information email:
co-ord.safeguarding@iolmercy.org.uk or call Sr Clare Smith on01142 351540

HALLAM DIOCESE LOURDES PILGRIMAGE 2017: From July 2 to 7 costing £697.  There are some application forms and information at the back of the church

HOLY WEEK EVANGELISATION LECTURES AT ST MARIES:  Monday 10, Tuesday 11, Wednesday 12, 7.00pm  Guest speakers Bishop Ralph,
Fr Craig Fitzpatrick and Fr Lee Marshall will all speak.  See poster at back of Church.

EMMAUS 2017 – OPENING THE BIBLE:  The Chronicles of the Kings. St Joseph’s, Worksop, Wednesdays 7pm-8.30pm from 8 March.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow – and his grandma,
Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke,
Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba,
Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,  Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

FOURTH SUNDAY OF LENT (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 26 March 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Anna Oczadly (Jan Raszyk's sister) -
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Peace in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

NO EVENING MASS TODAY

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, 

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament (followed by Over 50s Club)  - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.30pm Inter-Church Discussion "The Cross" -
Salvation Army Church
, Dinnington
 
 
THURSDAY
8.15am Mass for The Yorkshire Brethren Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington
 
 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

SATURDAY

10.00am- Mindfulness Retreat - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, 1.00pm Dinnington 

Last week's collection:  £295.86

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Fifth Sunday of Lent (Year A)

NOTICES

WE CELEBRATE Mothers Day this Sunday. We give thanks to God for our Holy Mother Mary and all mothers in our community and around the world. We also give thanks for all mothers who are no longer with us. May God bless them all.

RETIRING COLLECTION FOR LIFE: Today we have a special collection for the work of LIFE. There are a number of cards around the church that give details of how to contact life for people with pregnancy problems. A recent campaign on social media reached 107,000 people with 12,156 directly engaging with LIFE as a result. Do take a look at LIFE’s new websitewww.lifecharity.org.uk to see all the ways in which LIFE helps. 

LENT INTER-CHURCH DISCUSSION GROUP: Wednesdays in Lent following 9.30am Communion at St. Leonard’s and repeated in the evening at 7.30pm. The next one is on 29th March with the theme of “The Cross” Salvation Army, Dinnington; 5th April“Hope of God” North Anston Methodist Chapel.

DONATIONS OF CHEESE are desperately needed by St. Wilfrid’s. Glen Stevens, Pat Henstock, Kate Patterson or Lucy Liversidge will pass on donations to this very worthy cause. St. Wilfrid’s also express their sincere thanks for past donations.

WEEKLY BULLETIN: Volunteer/s required to print the weekly bulletin using the photocopier in the parish rooms. Allen (Jones) is retiring after 30 odd years. Full instructions will be given and cover will be available for holidays etc Please speak to Fr. Andy if you would like to help.

WAY OF THE CROSS:  A meditation on the last Journey that Jesus walked in his earthly life; through music, art and scripture. At St Bede’s church, Rotherham on 7th April at 7.00pm All welcome

LENT FOOD COLLECTION: During Lent we are collecting donations for the local food banks. Boxes at the back of church

WOODSETTS PARISH COUNCIL would appreciate you supporting its project to provide a new accessible picnic area in the village. When you shop at Tesco (Dinnington or Worksop) please ask for a token at the till and place it in the Woodsetts Project Box. There are two other causes so please choose the correct box. If Woodsetts receives the most votes the Parish Council could receive up to £5,000 towards the project. Thank you.

LOST CHORD SUPPORT: Helena Muller spoke passionately about the work of Lost Chord last Sunday morning. You can vote as members of the community on line at www.lost-chord.co.uk

ST PATRICK’S NIGHT LOURDES FUND:  Many thanks to those who donated prizes, and helping make the night a success, especially to Kate Patterson and her team. WE are now able to send a parishioner to Lourdes as we raised £764.

HALLAM DIOCESE LOURDES PILGRIMAGE 2017: From July 2nd to 7th costing £697. There are some application forms and information at the back of the church

HOLY WEEK EVANGELISATION LECTURES AT ST MARIES:Monday 10th, Tuesday 11th, Wednesday 12th, 7.00pm  Guest speakers Bishop Ralph, Fr Craig Fitzpatrick and Fr Lee Marshall will all speak. See poster at back of Church.

EMMAUS 2017 – OPENING THE BIBLE: The Chronicles of the Kings. St. Joseph’s, Worksop, Wednesdays 7pm-8.30pm from 8thMarch.

ALEX CARROLL: Many thanks for all the prayers for Alex, his mother Anne-Marie wishes to thank everyone for their kind thoughts and prayer. Alex is now out of hospital and on his way to making a full recovery.

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow – and his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Fr. Len May, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,  Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr. Andy’s friend Marie.

THIRD SUNDAY OF LENT (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 19 March 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for People of the Parish - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY ST JOSEPH. SPOUSE OF THE BVM

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Peace in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, 

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

(followed by Over 50s Club)  - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.30pm Inter-Church Discussion "Crown of Thorns" -
New Life 
Church, Dinnington
 
 
THURSDAY
8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 
 
 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

SATURDAY

10.00am- Mindfulness Retreat - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, 1.00pm Dinnington 

Last week's collection:  TBC

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Fourth Sunday of Lent (Year A)

NOTICES

WELCOME and thank you to the children and staff of St Joseph’s school who lead our Mass today (there will be no children’s liturgy).

THANK YOU to all who gave donations, prizes & supported our coffee morning in aid of the Lourdes fund.  £333 was raised.

WE CELEBRATE Mothering Sunday next weekend.  Please spare some time to thank God for our Holy Mother Mary and all mothers in our community and around the world.  We also give thanks for all mothers who are no longer with us.

RETIRING COLLECTION next Sunday for the work of LIFE.  A lot of resources have been utilised to reach out to people in ways more suited to modern means of communication.  We may not always like the world of social media, but people who need the help of LIFE’s support probably use it all the time.  A recent campaign on social media reached 107,000 people with 12,156 directly engaging with LIFE as a result.  Do take a look at LIFE’s new website www.lifecharity.org.uk to see all the ways in which LIFE helps.  

LENT INTER-CHURCH DISCUSSION GROUP:  Wednesdays in Lent following 9.30am Communion at St Leonard’s and repeated in the evening at 7.30pm.  The next one is 22 March “Crown of Thorns” New Life Church, Dinnington; 29 March “The Cross” Salvation Army, Dinnington; 5th April “Hope of God” North Anston Methodist Chapel.

DONATIONS OF CHEESE are desperately needed by St Wilfrid’s.
Glen Stevens, Pat Henstock, Kate Patterson or Lucy Liversidge will pass on donations to this very worthy cause.  St Wilfrid’s also express their sincere thanks for past donations.

WEEKLY BULLETIN:  Volunteer/s required to print the weekly bulletin using the photocopier in the parish rooms.  Allen (Jones) is retiring after 30 odd years.  Full instructions will be given and cover will be available for holidays etc Please speak to Fr Andy if you would like to help.

LADIES NIGHT:  Poetry Evening at 7.00pm on Wednesday 22 March in the parish rooms.  Margaret Edge will be leading the evening.  Come along and write your own poem.

LENT FOOD COLLECTION:  During Lent we are collecting donations for the local food banks.  Boxes at the back of church.

WOODSETTS PARISH COUNCIL would appreciate you supporting its project to provide a new accessible picnic area in the village.  When you shop at Tesco (Dinnington or Worksop) please ask for a token at the till and place it in the Woodsetts Project Box.  There are two other causes so please choose the correct box.  If Woodsetts receives the most votes the Parish Council could receive up to £5,000 towards the project.  Thank you.

SPRING SAFEGUARDING EVENT:  “Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking – Safeguarding Implications”.  9.45am-2pm, Saturday 25 March, Immaculate Conception Primary School, Spinkhill, S21 3YB.

RYTON CHORALE with the Musical and Amicable Society will be performing ‘St John Passion’ by J.S. Bach on Saturday 8 April, 7.30pm, Worksop Priory.  Tickets £10 in advance (£12 on door) from
01909 807610 or www.rytonchorale.org.uk.

EMMAUS 2017 – OPENING THE BIBLE:  The Chronicles of the Kings. St Joseph’s, Worksop, Wednesdays 7pm-8.30pm from 8 March.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow – and his grandma,
Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Alex Carroll,
Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon,
Eileen Gould, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Fr. Len May, Irene McNamara,
Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice,
Tom Rutherford,  Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr. Andy’s friend Marie.

SECOND SUNDAY OF LENT (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 12 March 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Holy Souls - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY 

No Mass today

6.00pm First Holy Communion Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Peace in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass for Adrianne Foshey - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

7.30pm Agenda Meeting for Holy Week - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington (all welcome)

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, 

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

11.00am Funeral Service for Malcolm Joseph Wade - St Joseph's Church,

Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
(followed by Over 50s Club)  - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.30pm Inter-Church Discussion "Our Sorrows" - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington
 
 
THURSDAY
8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 
 
 

FRIDAY FEAST OF ST PATRICK, PATRON SAINT OF IRELAND

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

SATURDAY

10.00am- Mindfulness Retreat - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, 1.00pm Dinnington 

Last week's collection:  £317.65

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Third Sunday of Lent (Year A)

NOTICES

NEXT SUNDAY we welcome the children and staff of St Joseph’s school to lead our Mass (no children’s liturgy next week).

SAUSAGE SANDWICHES will be on sale in the parish rooms after Mass - proceeds to the Lesotho Group.

CAFOD FAMILY FAST DAY:  Please place your offerings in the retiring collection – if you can gift aid your donation please use one of the envelopes.

THANK YOU to all who gave donations, prizes & supported our coffee morning in aid of the Lourdes fund.  £333 was raised.

LENT INTER-CHURCH DISCUSSION GROUP:  Wednesdays in Lent following 9.30am Communion at St Leonard’s and repeated in the evening at 7.30pm.  The next one is at our church 15 March “Our Sorrows”
St. Joseph’s
; 22 March “Crown of Thorns” New Life Church, Dinnington; 29 March “The Cross” Salvation Army, Dinnington; 5 April “Hope of God” North Anston Methodist Chapel.

DONATIONS OF CHEESE are desperately needed by St Wilfrid’s.
Glen Stevens, Pat Henstock, Kate Patterson or Lucy Liversidge will pass on donations to this very worthy cause.  St Wilfrid’s also express their sincere thanks for past donations.

WEEKLY BULLETIN:  Volunteer/s required to print the weekly bulletin using the photocopier in the parish rooms.  Allen (Jones) is retiring after 30 odd years.  Full instructions will be given and cover will be available for holidays etc Please speak to Fr Andy if you would like to help.

LADIES' NIGHT:  Poetry Evening at 7.00pm on Wednesday 22 March in the parish rooms.  Margaret Edge will be leading the evening.  Come along and write your own poem.

LENT FOOD COLLECTION:  During Lent we are collecting donations for the local food banks.  Boxes at the back of church

ST PATRICK’S NIGHT:  Friday 17 March, Dinnington Resource Centre. Live music, Irish dancers, pie & pea supper & bar.  Tickets (£10 adults/£5 children & over 65’s) on sale after Mass or from Kate Patterson/Margaret O’Rourke.  Raffle prizes needed and can be left at Church.  Proceeds go to the Lourdes Fund.

WOODSETTS PARISH COUNCIL would appreciate you supporting its project to provide a new accessible picnic area in the village.  When you shop at Tesco (Dinnington or Worksop) please ask for a token at the till and place it in the Woodsetts Project Box.  There are two other causes so please choose the correct box.  If Woodsetts receives the most votes the Parish Council could receive up to £5,000 towards the project.  Thank you.

SPRING SAFEGUARDING EVENT:  “Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking – Safeguarding Implications”.  9.45am-2pm, Saturday 25 March, Immaculate Conception Primary School, Spinkhill, S21 3YB.

RYTON CHORALE with the Musical and Amicable Society will be performing ‘St John Passion’ by J.S. Bach on Saturday 8 April, 7.30pm, Worksop Priory.  Tickets £10 in advance (£12 on door) from
01909 807610 or www.rytonchorale.org.uk.

REFLECTION FOR LENT - TIME WITH THE LORD, TIME FOR YOURSELF:  Spend part of your day in prayer, reflection or just some quiet time.  Saturday 18 March at St Bede’s Church between 9am and 6pm.

EMMAUS 2017 – OPENING THE BIBLE:  The Chronicles of the Kings. St Joseph’s, Worksop, Wednesdays 7pm-8.30pm from 8 March.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow – and his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Alex Carroll, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Fr. Len May, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,  Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr. Andy’s friend Marie.

FIRST  SUNDAY  IN  LENT  (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 5 March 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY 

No Mass today

6.00pm Parish Care Support Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Peace in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

No Evening Mass today

7.00pm Deanery Co-ordinators Meeting - Blessed Trinity, Wickersley

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, 

No Childminders' Group today

11.00am Funeral Service for Malcolm Joseph Wade - St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
(followed by Over 50s Club)  - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Parish Reflection Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 
7.30pm Inter-Church Discussion - St James's Parish Church, South Anston
 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 
 
 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

SATURDAY

10.00am- Mindfulness Retreat - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, 1.00pm Dinnington 

Last week's collection:  £300.86

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Second Sunday of Lent (Year A)

NOTICES

TESS DOLAN RIP:  Tess’s funeral is at 12 noon on Wednesday
15 
March at Blessed Trinity, Wickersley.  Tess was a parishioner for many years and worked in St Joseph’s school.

LENT INTER-CHURCH DISCUSSION GROUP:  Wednesdays in Lent following 9.30am Communion at St Leonard’s and repeated in the evening at 7.30pm at the following churches:  8 March “Sins of the World”
St James Parish, Anston; 15 March “Our Sorrows” St Joseph’s; 22 March “Crown of Thorns” New Life Church, Dinnington; 29 March “The Cross” Salvation Army, Dinnington; 5 April “Hope of God” North Anston Methodist Chapel.

WEEKLY BULLETIN:  Volunteer/s required to print the weekly bulletin using the photocopier in the parish rooms.  Full instructions given and cover available for weeks when other commitments may take precedence. Please speak to Fr Andy if you can help.

PARISH REFLECTION GROUP meet this Wednesday 8 March at 7pm in the parish rooms - agenda items to Shauna.

JOURNEY IN FAITH:  A break is being taken from these meetings until after Easter.  Please consider going along to one of the tuning in groups (details at the back of church).

CONFIRMATION GROUP:  A reminder that the Candle Mass is on Sunday 12 March.  Please remember to bring your Baptism candle.  Any queries please contact Alison Bergomi or Anne-Marie Carroll.

ST PATRICK’S NIGHT:  Friday 17 March, Dinnington Resource Centre. Live music, Irish dancers, pie & pea supper & bar.  Tickets (£10 adults/£5 children & over 65’s) on sale after Mass or from Kate Patterson /
Margaret O’Rourke.  Raffle prizes needed and can be left at Church. Proceeds go to the Lourdes Fund.

CAFOD FAMILY FAST DAY:  Friday 10 March.  We are asked to ‘Make Little Fish into Big Fish’.  Florence lives in Zambia, she worked hard but couldn’t provide enough food for her family.  She was given 500 small fish, tools to build a pond and training to farm fish.  Now she can sell the fish, feed her family & send her children to school.  Florence can also give back by training others to farm fish and build a future for their families too.  Please support this Family Fast Day by taking an envelope home and returning it with your offering next weekend.

FRIENDS OF ATHORPE LODGE:  Lyndsey Thomas (Matron) is holding a meeting on Tuesday 7 March at 11am hoping to start a community club - getting involved with the residents.  Anyone interested please attend the meeting.

PARISH CARE SUPPORT GROUP:  The next meeting is on Monday
6 March at 6pm in zthe parish rooms.  Please pass any agenda items to Judith beforehand.  Anyone interested in finding out more about the group are very welcome to attend.

MASS FOR THE SICK at St Mary Magdalene’s, Maltby on Wednesday 8 March at 11.00am.  Everyone welcome.

170 CLUB:  Congratulations to the winners of the February draw:
£200 (160) Vernons; £40 (145) P Henstock; £20 (94) McKinneys.

RYTON CHORALE with the Musical and Amicable Society will be performing ‘St John Passion’ by J S Bach on Saturday 8 April, 7.30pm, Worksop Priory.  Tickets £10 in advance (£12 on door) from
01909 807610 or www.rytonchorale.org.uk.

REFLECTION FOR LENT - TIME WITH THE LORD, TIME FOR YOURSELF:  Spend part of your day in prayer, reflection or just some quiet time.  Saturday 18 March at St Bede’s Church between 9am and 6pm.

EMMAUS 2017 – OPENING THE BIBLE:  The Chronicles of the Kings. St Joseph’s, Worksop, Wednesdays 7pm-8.30pm from 8 March.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow – and his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Alex Carroll, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Fr. Len May, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,  Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr. Andy’s friend Marie.

EIGHTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 26 February 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Michael Prestage - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY 

No Mass today

6.00pm First Holy Communion Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

TUESDAY

10.30am Funeral Mass for Frances Hampsey - St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Peace in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

No Evening Mass today

 

THE SEASON OF LENT BEGINS

ASH WEDNESDAY - DAY OF FASTING & ABSTINENCE

No Early Morning Mass today

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

9.30am Mass with Distribution of Ashes - St Joseph's School,
Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Distribution of Holy Communion & Ashes
(followed by Over 50s Club)  - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Mass with Distribution of Ashes - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 
 
7.00pm Journey in Faith Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 
 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Distribution of Holy Communion
(First Friday) - 
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.00am Lourdes Fund Coffee  Morning - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

SATURDAY

5.00pm Confession Service - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

Last week's collection:  £306.35

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: First Sunday of Lent (Year A)

NOTICES

LENT INTER-CHURCH DISCUSSION GROUP:  Wednesdays in Lent following 9.30am Communion at St Leonard’s and repeated in the evening at 7.30pm at the following churches:

8 March “Sins of the World” St James Parish, South Anston;
15 March “Our Sorrows” St Joseph’s;
22 March “Crown of Thorns” New Life Church, Dinnington;
29 March “The Cross” Salvation Army, Dinnington;
5 April “Hope of God” North Anston Methodist Chapel.

BACON SANDWICHES being served in the parish rooms after Mass this Sunday.  Proceeds to Lesotho Fund.

ST PATRICK’S NIGHT:  Friday 17 March, Dinnington Resource Centre. Live music, Irish dancers, pie & pea supper & bar.  Tickets (£10 adults/£5 children & over 65’s) on sale after Mass or from Kate Patterson/Margaret O’Rourke.  Raffle prizes needed and can be left at Church or handed to Margaret.  Last year's event was very successful – please support our parish event.  Proceeds go to the Lourdes Fund.

FREE SAFEGUARDING E-LEARNING TRAINING:  Available to all in the Catholic community.  Whilst not mandatory some modules are recommended for parishioners undertaking these roles:
Children’s Liturgy (working mainly with children):  Child Protection – Child Protection in Education – Child Exploitation and On-line Safety. Eucharistic Ministers (working mainly with adults):  Safeguarding Adults and Mental Capacity.  A certificate is issued on completion.  It is intended to raise a constant awareness of basic safeguarding principles when working with children & vulnerable adults. See notice board.

COFFEE MORNING in aid of the Lourdes Fund with bring & buy.  Friday 3 March, 11am-1pm, in the parish rooms.

CAFOD FAMILY FAST DAY:  Friday 10 March.  We are asked to ‘Make Little Fish into Big Fish’.  Florence lives in Zambia, she worked hard but couldn’t provide enough food for her family.  She was given 500 small fish, tools to build a pond and training to farm fish.  Now she can sell the fish, feed her family & send her children to school.  Florence can also give back by training others to farm fish and build a future for their families too. Please support this Family Fast Day to support more people like Florence.

PARISH CARE SUPPORT GROUP:  The next meeting is on Monday 6 March at 6pm in the parish rooms.  Please pass any agenda items to Judith beforehand.  Anyone interested in finding out more about the group are very welcome to attend.

CAFOD MASS & SUPPORTER EVENT:  Blessed Trinity, Wickersley – Saturday 4 March.  12noon Mass followed by Soup lunch at 1pm and meeting 2pm-3.30pm.  A great way to prepare for Lent.  To book place call 01142 687817.

UNDERSTANDING THE EASTER TRIDUUM:  Fr Peter McGuire leads this event. Saturday 11 March, 10am-12.30pm at St Vincent’s Church, Pickmere Road, S10 1GY.  Contact Louise on 07806 713399 for details.

SPRING SAFEGUARDING EVENT & WORKSHOP:  “Modern Slavery & Trafficking – Safeguarding Implications” 10am-2pm Saturday 25 March, Immaculate Conception Primary School, Spinkhill, S21 3YB.  To register your interest contact Jo Pearson on 01142 566453 orjpearson@hallam-diocese.com.

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow – and his grandma,
Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Alex Carroll,
Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon,
Eileen Gould, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Fr. Len May, Irene McNamara,
Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice,
Tom Rutherford,  Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

SEVENTH SUNDAY INORDINARY TIME (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 19 February 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Jeff Mason - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY 

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Peace in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

No Evening Mass today

 

WEDNESDAY FEAST OF THE CHAIR OF ST PETER, APOSTLE

No Early Morning Mass today

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
(Followed by the Over 50s Club) -  St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

7.00am Ladies' Group Meeting - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's School, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

No Early Morning Morning Mass

 

FRIDAY

10.00am Service of the Word with Distribution of Holy Communion -
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

Last week's collection:  £381.69

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

NOTICES

WELCOME BACK and thank you to Fr Richard who celebrates Masses for us this weekend.

LENT INTER-CHURCH DISCUSSION GROUP:  Wednesdays in Lent following 9.30am Communion at St Leonard’s and repeated in the evening at 7.30pm at the following churches:
8 March “Sins of the World” St James Parish, South Anston;
15 March “Our Sorrows” St Joseph’s;
22 March “Crown of Thorns” New Life Church, Dinnington;
29 March 
“The Cross” Salvation Army, Dinnington;
5 April 
“Hope of God” North Anston Methodist Chapel.

MINDFULNESS:  Many thanks to those who have signed up for the course (it is no longer possible to be part of the retreat). The course starts in the parish rooms at 10.00am next Saturday 25 February.  The cost is £100 (cheques made payable to “A J Graydon” or cash accepted).  The parish is subsidising £100 towards the costs.

FRANCES HEMPSEY RIP:  Frances died last Saturday very peacefully with her family gathered round (singing her favourite hymns and songs) in Rotherham hospital.  She was a lovely 91 year old who will be remembered with affection.  We pray for safe keeping with God and remember her family at this time.  Her funeral will be some time after the 26 February.

THE 170 CLUB has paid £4,000 into Parish Funds, the profit earned from the generosity of members during the year ending 31 Jan 2017.  There are spare numbers available for any parishioners wishing to join the Club. It costs just £1 per week to be entered into the monthly cash draw. Speak to a collector or see posters on notice boards for more details.

BACON SANDWICHES being served in the parish rooms after Mass on Sunday 26 February.  Proceeds to Lesotho Fund.

ST PATRICK’S NIGHT:  Friday 17 March, Dinnington Resource Centre. Live music, Irish dancers, pie & pea supper and bar. Tickets - £10 adults, £5 children and over 65’s - on sale after Mass or by contacting Kate Patterson or Margaret O’Rourke.  Raffle prizes are needed and can be brought to Church or handed to Margaret.  Last year's event was very successful and we ask you to support our parish event.  Proceeds go to the Lourdes Fund that finances the sending of a parishioner on the Diocesan Pilgrimage.

FREE SAFEGUARDING E-LEARNING TRAINING:  This training is available to all in the Catholic community.  Whilst it is not mandatory the modules below are recommended for parishioners undertaking the following roles: Children’s Liturgy (or anyone working mainly with children): Child Protection – Child Protection in Education – Child Exploitation and On-line Safety.  Eucharistic Ministers (SVP and other roles working mainly with adults): Safeguarding Adults and Mental Capacity.  The package was purchased in 2015 for an initial 3 year period which will be reviewed dependant on take-up.  A certificate is issued on completion.  It is not intended to replace face to face training but to raise a constant awareness of basic safeguarding principles when working with children and vulnerable adults.  More information on the notice board.

LADIES GROUP:  The next meeting is this Wednesday 22 February.
Fr Lee from Chesterfield is coming to talk about his life journey into becoming a priest.

COFFEE MORNING in aid of the Lourdes Fund with bring & buy.  Friday 3 March, 11am-1pm, in the parish rooms.

CAFOD MASS & SUPPORTER EVENT:  Blessed Trinity, Wickersley – Saturday 4 March. 12noon Mass followed by Soup lunch at 1pm and meeting 2pm-3.30pm.  A great way to prepare for Lent.  To book place call 0114 2687817.

UNDERSTANDING THE EASTER TRIDUUM:  Fr Peter McGuire leads this event.  Saturday 11 March, 10am-12.30pm at St Vincent’s Church, Pickmere Road, S10 1GY.  Contact Louise on 07806 713399 for details.

HALF TERM FAMILY CRAFT WORKSHOPS at St Marie’s.  For further info visit www.stmariecathedral.org/visit-us-home.

SPRING SAFEGUARDING EVENT & WORKSHOP:  “Modern Slavery & Trafficking – Safeguarding Implications” 10am-2pm Saturday 25 March, Immaculate Conception Primary School, Spinkhill, S21 3YB.  To register your interest contact Jo Pearson on 0114 2566453 orjpearson@hallam-diocese.com.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow – and his grandma,
Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Alex Carroll,
Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon,
Eileen Gould, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Fr. Len May, Irene McNamara,
Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice,
Tom Rutherford,  Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

SIXTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 12 February 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Keith Stafford - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY 

No Mass today

6.00pm First Holy Communion Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, 
Dinnington 

 

TUESDAY FEAST OF SS CYRIL, MONK & METHODIUS -
PATRONS OF EUROPE

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Peace in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

No Evening Mass today

 

WEDNESDAY

No Early Morning Mass today

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
(Followed by the Over 50s Club) -  St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

7.00am Governnors'/Reflection Group Meeting - St Joseph's School, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

No Early Morning Morning Mass

 

FRIDAY FEAST OF BLESSED WILLIAM RICHARDSON

10.00am Service of the Word with Distribution of Holy Communion -
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

Last week's collection:  TBC

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

NOTICES

WELCOME and thank you to the children and staff of St Joseph’s School who lead our Mass in Church this Sunday (there will be no children’s liturgy due to this).

NEXT WEEK we welcome Fr Richard who will celebrate Masses for us. We pray for Fr Andy who is on retreat this week.

THANK YOU:  Olive Stafford and her family would like to extend their heartfelt thanks for all the support shown during Keith’s illness and subsequently for the kindness and sympathy following his passing away.

LENT DISCUSSION GROUP:  Wednesdays following 9.30am Communion at St Leonard’s and repeated in the evening at 7.30pm at the following churches:  8 March “Sins of the World” St James Parish, Anston; 15 March “Our Sorrows” St Joseph’s; 22 March “Crown of Thorns” New Life Church, Dinnington; 29 March “The Cross” Salvation Army, Dinnington; 5 April “Hope of God” North Anston Methodist Chapel.

HANDMADE BY GOD LENTEN RETREAT (A MINDFUL SELF-COMPASSION COURSE):  There is still time to sign up for the retreat being planned for Saturday mornings 10am-1pm running for 8 weeks, starting on the 25 February.  There is a handout at the back of church with full details for anyone interested.  Thank you to Joe & Liz for speaking about the course at Masses last weekend.

THE 170 CLUB has this week paid £4,000 into Parish Funds, the profit earned from the generosity of members during the year ending 31 Jan 2017.  There are spare numbers available for any parishioners wishing to join the Club.  It costs just £1 per week to be entered into the monthly cash draw.  Speak to a collector or see posters on notice boards for more details.

ST PATRICK’S NIGHT:  Friday 17 March, Dinnington Resource Centre. Live music, Irish dancers, pie & pea supper and bar.  Tickets - £10 adults, £5 children and over 65’s - on sale after Mass or by contacting Kate Patterson or Margaret O’Rourke.  Raffle prizes are needed and can be brought to Church or handed to Margaret.  Last year's event was very successful and we ask you to support our parish event.  Proceeds go to the Lourdes Fund that finances the sending of a parishioner on the Diocesan Pilgrimage.

LADIES GROUP:  The next meeting is on Wednesday 22 February.
Fr Lee from Chesterfield is coming to talk about his life journey into becoming a priest.

COFFEE MORNING in aid of the Lourdes Fund with bring & buy.  Friday 3 March, 11am-1pm, in the parish rooms.

CAFOD MASS & SUPPORTER EVENT:  Blessed Trinity, Wickersley – Saturday 14 March. 12noon Mass followed by Soup lunch at 1pm and meeting 2pm-3.30pm.  A great way to prepare for Lent.  To book a place call 01142 687817.

UNDERSTANDING THE EASTER TRIDUUM:  Fr Peter McGuire leads this event.  Saturday 11 March, 10am-12.30pm at St Vincent’s Church, Pickmere Road, S10 1GY.  Contact Louise on 07806 713399 for details.

HALF TERM FAMILY CRAFT WORKSHOPS at St Marie’s.  For further info visit www.stmariecathedral.org/visit-us-home.

SPRING SAFEGUARDING EVENT & WORKSHOP:  “Modern Slavery & Trafficking – Safeguarding Implications” 10am-2pm Saturday 25 March, Immaculate Conception Primary School, Spinkhill, S21 3YB.  To register your interest contact Jo Pearson on 01142 566453 orjpearson@hallam-diocese.com.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow – and his grandma,
Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Alex Carroll,
Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon,
Eileen Gould, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken,
Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Fr Len May, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,  Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 5 February 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Winifred Wilson - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY 

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Peace in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass for the Hutchinson family - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, 
Dinnington 

7.30pm Parish Care Support Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, 
Dinnington 

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Early Morning Mass today

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
(Followed by the Over 50s Club) -  St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.00am Funeral Mass for Christine Farrer - St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

 

No Service of the Word Today

 

Last week's collections  £321.01

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

NOTICES

HANDMADE BY GOD LENTEN RETREAT (A MINDFUL SELF-COMPASSION COURSE):  A retreat is being planned for Saturday mornings 10am-1pm for running for 8 weeks, starting on the 25thFebruary.  There is a handout at the back of church with full details for anyone interested. We welcome Joe & Liz at Masses this weekend who will speak about the course, its philosophy and its content.

NEXT SUNDAY the children of St. Joseph’s School will be leading our Mass in Church (there will be no children’s liturgy due to this).  Next weekend Racial Justice Sunday is also marked.

CHRISTINE ANNETTE FARRER RIP:  Christine’s funeral mass is this Friday 10th February at 10am in church.

CHURCH MINISTRY: Following on from the request for Ministers to participate in the Holy Mass, the following are still needed (full training will be provided). 

Eucharistic Ministers - Distributing the Blessed Sacrament - a 6 weekly commitment. 

Readers - Required to share the Word of the Lord 4 times per year.  

Bidding Prayers – An opportunity for families to prepare prayers together to share with the congregation.

Teas and Coffees - Preparing and serving fellow parishioners in the parish rooms, a great way to socialise and get to know each other.

Sacristan Team – Join the existing group in looking after the altar cloths and vestments. 

Flowers – Join this very small team and learn how to make flower arrangements which adorn church each week.

Cleaning - Help to take care of the church building by joining this team. The more who join, the less the commitment.

Childrens Liturgy – join this friendly and supportive team. No teaching experience needed just a desire to help our children participate in the liturgy of the word at a level they can understand. Commitment is one Sunday every 6 weeks.

PLEASE consider whether you can help with any of the above following on from Fr Andy’s Homily on Sunday. For leaflets on the ministries or any information contact Monica on 07813 920844 or email: mc.carroll@sky.com

PARISH CARE SUPPORT GROUP: The next meeting is this Tuesday 7thFebruary at 7.30pm in the parish rooms. Anyone interested in finding out more about the work of this group is very welcome to come along.

 ‘TUNING IN’ MEETINGS: A few years ago the parish organised ‘Tuning In’ meetings which took place in Lent. They provided a great opportunity for parishioners to explore their faith and meet and get to know others in the parish. The meetings were held in a variety of locations during the day and evenings to enable as many people access to them as possible.  It is hoped to run the meetings again during this Lent. Hosting the meetings is a key role and we would like to hear from anyone who is willing to do so. If anyone would like to help and be involved please speak to Shauna Hilton.

170 CLUB: Congratulations to the winners of the January draw: £200 (36) J. Bird; £40 (81) D. Sywyi; £20 (105) I. Raszjk.

COFFEE MORNING in aid of the Lourdes Fund with bring & buy. Friday 3rd March, 11am-1pm, in the parish rooms.

CAN YOU HELP RE-UNITE THESE FRIENDS: Dorothy Moore is trying to contact Barbara King (whose husband Rodger died in November 2016). Contact details have been lost in a move out of the area. Please call Paula on 01909 569316 if you think you can help.

SCHOOL SESSION VOLUNTEER required by St. Marie’s. If you are interested in R.E. and enjoy working with children, are enthusiastic and committed, this opportunity involves delivering primary school sessions on Wednesday mornings. Contact Laura for more informationheritage@stmariecathedral.org

HALF TERM FAMILY CRAFT WORKSHOPS at St. Marie’s. For further info visit www.stmariecathedral.org/visit-us-home

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow – and his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Alex Carroll, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Fr. Len May, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,  Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr. Andy’s friend Marie.

FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 29 January 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for Monica Sanham - Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for People of the Parish - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY 

No Mass today

6.00pm Holy Communion Meeting - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Peace in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass for Jane Curtis - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington 

 

WEDNESDAY

No Early Morning Mass today

No Childminders' Group today

11.00am Funeral Mass of Keith Stafford - St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

No Service of the Word today

7.00pm Parish Reflection Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY FEAST OF THE PRESENTATION OF THE LORD

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Bllessed Sacrament -
Parish Rooms, 
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

Last week's collections:  £350.55

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

NOTICES

CHRISTINE ANNETTE FARRER RIP:  Christine’s funeral mass will be on Friday 10 February at 10am in church.

CHURCH MINISTRY:  Following on from the request for Ministers to participate in the Holy Mass, the following are still needed (full training will be provided). 

Eucharistic Ministers:  Distributing the Blessed Sacrament - a 6 weekly commitment. 

Readers:  Required to share the Word of the Lord 4 times per year.  

Bidding Prayers:  An opportunity for families to prepare prayers together to share with the congregation.

Teas and Coffees:  Preparing and serving fellow parishioners in the parish rooms, a great way to socialise and get to know each other.

Sacristan Team:  Join the existing group in looking after the altar cloths and vestments. 

Flowers:  Join this very small team and learn how to make flower arrangements which adorn church each week.

Cleaning:  Help to take care of the church building by joining this team. The more who join, the less the commitment.

Childrens Liturgy:  join this friendly and supportive team.  No teaching experience needed just a desire to help our children participate in the liturgy of the word at a level they can understand.  Commitment is one Sunday every 6 weeks.

PLEASE consider whether you can help with any of the above following on from Fr Andy’s Homily on Sunday.  For leaflets on the ministries or any information contact Monica.

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION meetings continue this Monday 30 January at 6pm in the parish rooms.

SAUSAGE SANDWICHES will be on sale after Mass to raise funds for the Lesotho group.

PARISH REFLECTION GROUP:  The next meeting is this Wednesday 1 February at 7.00pm in the parish rooms.

HANDMADE BY GOD LENTEN RETREAT (A MINDFUL SELF-COMPASSION COURSE):   A retreat is being planned for Saturday mornings 10am-1pm for running for 8 weeks, starting on the 25 February. There is a handout at the back of church with full details for anyone interested. We welcome Joe & Liz at Masses over the weekend of 5/6 February to speak about the course, its philosophy and its content.

‘TUNING IN’ MEETINGS:  A few years ago the parish organised ‘Tuning In’ meetings which took place in Lent.  They provided a great opportunity for parishioners to explore their faith and meet and get to know others in the parish.  The meetings were held in a variety of locations during the day and evenings to enable as many people access to them as possible. It is hoped to run the meetings again during this Lent.  Hosting the meetings is a key role and we would like to hear from anyone who is willing to do so.  If anyone would like to help and be involved please speak to Shauna Hilton.

2017 HALLAM DIOCESAN PILGRIMAGE TO LOURDES – 2–7 July. Led by Bishop Ralph.  Direct to Lourdes by air from Doncaster Airport. Fare £697 (incl. £28 insurance).  5 nights full board.  Pilgrims needing medical support or assistance with mobility are very welcome.  Helpers needed, particularly doctors and nurses. Please book early.  Enquiries: Rose Shay 07724 650066 or Alex Prior 01302 247910 or emailhallamlourdespilgrimage@gmail.com Forms at back of church.

URGENT:  St Wilfrid’s Centre is in need of volunteers to work in their kitchen and café.  Training provided.  Contact Steve Corker on
01142 555720 if you can help.  Other volunteer vacancies exist in other areas see www.stwilfridscentre.org

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow – and his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Fr. Len May, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,  Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr. Andy’s friend Marie.

THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 22 January 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for Tessa & Jack Watkinson - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for People of the Parish - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

6.00pm Christian Unity Service - Methodist Church, Laughton Road 

 

MONDAY 

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Peace in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

WEDNESDAY FEAST OF THE CONVERSION OF ST PAUL

No Early Morning Mass today

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington 

11.45am Service of the Word with Distribution of Holy Communion  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY ST ANGELA MERICI

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Distribution of Holy Communion -
Parish Rooms, 
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

Last week's collections:  £276.32;  Pax Christi: £250.87

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

NOTICES

KEITH STAFFORD R I P:  Keith died peacefully last Sunday evening in Rotherham hospital with his family around him after a long illness.  We remember his wife Olive and the family at this time. Keith’s funeral will take place on Wednesday 1 February at 11.00am here in St Joseph’s Church.

WEEK OF PRAYER FOR CHRISTIAN UNITY:  The service for Christian Unity will now take place at the Methodist Church on Laughton Road at 6.00pm.

MINISTERS OF HOLY COMMUNION:  The number of those involved in taking the Blessed Sacrament to the sick and housebound has fallen recently while the numbers of those needing home visits has risen at the same time.  Help is desperately needed in taking the Blessed Sacrament to these members of our parish family.  Support, advice and training are available to help you feel comfortable undertaking this vital role. If you think you can help please contact Christine Handley. Thank you.

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION meetings continue on Monday 30 January at 6pm in the parish rooms.

SAUSAGE SANDWICHES will be on sale after Mass next Sunday 29 January to raise funds for the Lesotho group.

HANDMADE BY GOD LENTEN RETREAT (A MINDFUL SELF-COMPASSION COURSE):  A retreat is being planned for Saturday mornings 10am-1pm for running for 8 weeks, starting on the 25 February.  There is a handout at the back of church with full details for anyone interested.  We welcome Joe & Liz at Masses over the weekend of 5/6 February to speak about the course, its philosophy and its content.

‘TUNING IN’ MEETINGS:  A few years ago the parish organised ‘Tuning In’ meetings which took place in Lent.  They provided a great opportunity for parishioners to explore their faith and meet and get to know others in the parish.  The meetings were held in a variety of locations during the day and evenings to enable as many people access to them as possible.  It is hoped to run the meetings again during this Lent.  Hosting the meetings is a key role and we would like to hear from anyone who is willing to do so.  If anyone would like to help and be involved please speak to Shauna Hilton.

YOUNG ADULTS (AGED 18-35) are being sought to complete a series of 3 weekend residential retreats in collaboration with Youth 2000 at the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham.  Friday evening to Sunday lunchtime (£80 per retreat including all food and quality accommodation).  3-5 March – Authentic Prayer; 31 March-2 April – Scripture & Tradition; 12-14 May – My Unique Call.  If you would like further information please contact Fr LeeFrlee@hotmail.co.uk.

HALLAM CARING SERVICES wish to recruit sessional qualified Social Workers/Counsellors to work with children and families in schools and parish settings in Barnsley, Rotherham and Doncaster Deaneries.  Contact Susan Tym on 01142 566407 orstym@hallam-diocese.com for further details.

2017 HALLAM DIOCESAN PILGRIMAGE TO LOURDES – 2–7 July.  Led by Bishop Ralph.  Direct to Lourdes by air from Doncaster Airport.  Fare £697 (incl. £28 insurance).  5 nights full board.  Pilgrims needing medical support or assistance with mobility are very welcome.  Helpers needed, particularly doctors and nurses.  Please book early.  Enquiries:
Rose Shay 07724 650066 or Alex Prior 01302 247910 or email 
hallamlourdespilgrimage@gmail.com.  Forms at back of church.

URGENT:  St Wilfrid’s Centre is in need of volunteers to work in their kitchen and café.  Training provided.  Contact Steve Corker on 01142 555720 if you can help. Other volunteer vacancies exist in other areas see www.stwilfridscentre.org.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow – and his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Pat Luton, Fr. Len May, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,  Olive Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 15 January 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Holy Souls - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY 

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Peace in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

7.00pm Irish Night (& Preliminary Lourdes Committee) Planning Mtg -
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, 
Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - PArish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington 

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish Rooms, 
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

Last week's collection:  £342.58

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Third Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

NOTICES

PEACE SUNDAY is marked this weekend. The theme this year is “Non-violence: A Style of Politics for Peace” This marks the 50th anniversary of the World Peace Day. There will be a special collection for Pax Christi.

MINISTERS OF COMMUNION: The number of those involved in taking the Blessed Sacrament to the sick and housebound has fallen recently while the numbers of those needing home visits has risen at the same time. Help is desperately needed in taking the Blessed Sacrament to these members of our parish family. Support, advice and training is available to help you feel comfortable undertaking this vital role. If you think you can help please contact Christine Handley on 07729 740103 or 01909 567120. Thank you.

HOLY SOULS OFFERINGS: Thank you to all who submitted names and contributions for the Holy Souls. Each Mass (entitled “Holy Souls”) said over the course of the year will be for all those named on the list. If you would like a copy of the list please see Fr. Andy.

HANDMADE BY GOD LENTEN RETREAT (A MINDFUL SELF-COMPASSION COURSE):  A retreat is being planned for Saturday mornings 10am-1pm for running for 8 weeks, starting on the 25thFebruary.  There is a handout at the back of church with full details for anyone interested. We welcome Joe & Liz at Masses over the weekend of 28th/29th January to speak about the course and its content.

WEEK OF PRAYER FOR CHRISTIAN UNITY: This begins on Wednesday (18th January) and continues until the 25th January. Father Andy has been asked to preach at St. Leonard’s Church on Sunday 22ndJanuary at the 10.45am service. There will also be a service on that Sunday evening at one of the local churches (exact church to be confirmed).

IRISH NIGHT: There will be a meeting on Tuesday 17th January after 7pm mass to arrange an Irish Night for March 17th. There will also be a preliminary meeting of the Lourdes committee. Anyone interested are very welcome.

CHEST OF DRAWERS of a suitable size to store vestments required at Blessed William Richardson to replace existing furniture. If you are thinking of disposing of a similar item please contact Maine Hobart on 01909 565330 before you do!

‘TUNING IN’ MEETINGS: A few years ago the parish organised ‘Tuning In’ meetings which took place in Lent. They provided a great opportunity for parishioners to explore their faith and meet and get to know others in the parish. The meetings were held in a variety of locations during the day and evenings to enable as many people access to them as possible.  It is hoped to run the meetings again during this Lent. Hosting the meetings is a key role and we would like to hear from anyone who is willing to do so. If anyone would like to help and be involved please speak to Shauna Hilton.

APPEAL FROM CAFOD: The civil war between the Houthi ethnic group and supporters of Yemen’s government is now into its second year. The UN estimates that the conflict has killed more than 10,000 people, with 6,000 killed this year alone. The resulting humanitarian crisis is significant. More than 7 million in Yemen do not know where their next meal will come from. Should you wish to support this appeal more details can be found on the CAFOD website. www.cafod.org.uk

HALLAM YOUTH MINISTRY: ‘Rooted’ an evening of music, activities, inspirational speakers and free pizza - for ages 15+. A great evening for anyone wishing to grow in faith. 7-9pm St. Paul’s, Doncaster on 16thJanuary and at St. William of York, Sheffield on 18th January. ‘Rise Up’an evening of music, activities, inspirational speakers and free pizza - for school years 7-9. Perfect for anyone preparing for Confirmation. 6-8pm. Immaculate Conception, Rotherham on 16th January and at St. William of York, Sheffield on 18th January.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow – and his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Fr. Len May, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Ivy Sherratt, Olive & Keith Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr. Andy’s friend Marie.

THE  EPIPHANY  OF  THE  LORD

Week beginning Sunday 8 January 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Edith O'Rourke - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY  THE BAPTISM OF THE LORD

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

9.30am Mass for Epiphany - St Joseph's Orimary School, Dinnington

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Peace in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - PArish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington 

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Ladies' Evening - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington 

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish Rooms, 
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

Last week's collection:  £288.23

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Second Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

NOTICES

HOLY SOULS OFFERINGS:  Thank you to all who submitted names and contributions for the Holy Souls list. Each Mass said over the course of the year will be for all those named on the list.  If you would like a copy of the list please see Fr Andy.

HANDMADE BY GOD LENTEN RETREAT:  A retreat is being planned for Saturday mornings 10am-1pm for 8 weeks.  There is a handout at the back of church with more details for anyone interested.

WEEK OF PRAYER FOR CHRISTIAN UNITY:  This begins on Wednesday 18 January until the 25 January.  Father Andy has been asked to preach at St Leonard’s Church on Sunday 22 January at the 10.45am service.  There will also be a service on that Sunday evening at one of the local churches.  More news next week.

‘TUNING IN’ MEETINGS:  A few years ago the parish organised ‘Tuning In’ meetings which took place throughout Lent.  They provided a great opportunity for parishioners to explore their faith and meet and get to know others in the parish.  The meetings were held in a variety of locations during the day and evenings to enable as many people access to them as possible.  It is hoped to run the meetings again during this Lent in the same pattern as previously and we would like to hear from anyone who may be able to host meetings in various locations across the parish. If you would like to be involved please speak to either Shauna Hilton or Fr Andy.

LADIES GROUP:  The next ladies evening is a Christmas party on Wednesday 11 January at 7.00pm in the Parish Rooms.  Please bring along food for a shared table and a quiz will also take place.

170 CLUB:  Congratulations to the winners of the December draw:
£500 (141) A Brownell; £200 (130) M O’Rourke; £40 (88) P Bird;
£20 (49) F Sprague.

FULL TIME VOLUNTEER CO-ORDINATOR required at St Wilfrid’s. Details of the role and how to apply can be found at www.vas.org.uk.

PEACE SUNDAY:  This year takes place on January 15 and the theme is “Non-violence:  A Style of Politics for Peace” This marks the 50anniversary of the World Peace Day – more news after Christmas.

APPEAL FROM CAFOD:  The civil war between the Houthi ethnic group and supporters of Yemen’s government is now into its second year.  The UN estimates that the conflict has killed more than 10,000 people, with 6,000 killed this year alone.  The resulting humanitarian crisis is significant.  More than 7 million in Yemen do not know where their next meal will come from.  Should you wish to support this appeal more details can be found on the CAFOD website.  www.cafod.org.uk.

HALLAM YOUTH MINISTRY:  ‘Rooted’ an evening of music, activities, inspirational speakers and free pizza - for ages 15+.  A great evening for anyone wishing to grow in faith.  7-9pm St Paul’s, Doncaster on 16 January and at St William of York, Sheffield on 18 January.  ‘Rise Up’ an evening of music, activities, inspirational speakers and free pizza - for school years 7-9.  Perfect for anyone preparing for Confirmation.  6-8pm. Immaculate Conception, Rotherham on 16 January and at St William of York, Sheffield on 18 January.

MARRIAGE PREPARATION courses at St Paul’s, Cantley.  January 14 & 21 – contact Ann & Michael Trot on 01302 811539.  March 25 & 1 April – contact Bill & Laraine Henderson on 01302 533926.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow – and his grandma,
Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke,
Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume,
Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Fr. Len May, Irene McNamara,
Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice,
Tom Rutherford, Ivy Sherratt, Olive & Keith Stafford, Ginette Steele,
Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

MARY  THE  HOLY  MOTHER  OF  GOD

Week beginning Sunday 1 January 2017
 
 
SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass - Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Marjorie Holling - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY  (BANK HOLIDAY)

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Peace in the Middle East & Local Needs -
Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.30pm Parish Care Support Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, 
Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - PArish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington 

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Parish Reflectiopn Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, 
Dinnington 

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish Rooms, 
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

Last week's collection:  £998.35

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: The Epiphany of The Lord

NOTICES

FATHER ANDY WRITES:  I want to thank everyone for your kind Christmas wishes, your lovely cards and beautiful gifts over the last few weeks and days.  Also a massive thanks goes to those who have helped in any way in making the Advent and Christmas services and Masses so joyful and prayerful.  A special thanks for those who decorated the church so beautifully, and many thanks in particular to the musicians, readers, cleaners, flower arrangers, altar servers and anyone else who has contributed in any way.  Though I missed the children’s Advent Service I was told how amazing it was, so thanks to the School for that.  The St Joseph’s Christmas Concert  was once again a phenomenal  experience of parish talent (as well as Bramley Brass Band).  May God Bless you all this Christmas tide and I wish you and your family and friends a most happy and peace-filled New Year.

NEW YEAR’S EVE VIGIL followed by Mass at Midnight (Sat 31 Dec/Sun 1 Jan):  Starting at 8pm there will be a vigil of prayer in St Marie’s Cathedral, followed by Mass at midnight to usher in the New Year. Everyone is welcome.

WEEK OF PRAYER FOR CHRISTIAN UNITY:  This begins on Wednesday 18 January until the 25 January.  Father Andy has been asked to preside at St Leonard’s Church on Sunday 22 January at the 10.45am service.  There will also be a service on that Sunday evening at one of the local churches.  More news next week.

170 CLUB:  Congratulations to the winners of the December draw:
£500 (141) A Brownell; £200 (130) M O’Rourke; £40 (88) P Bird; £20 (49) F Sprague.

FULL TIME VOLUNTEER CO-ORDINATOR required at St Wilfrid’s. Details of the role and how to apply can be found at www.vas.org.uk.

PARISH CARE SUPPORT GROUP:  The next meeting is on Tuesday 3 January at 7.30pm in the parish rooms.  Please come along if you are interested in finding out more about our group.  You will be made very welcome.

PEACE SUNDAY:  This year takes place on January 15 and the theme is “Non-violence:  A Style of Politics for Peace” This marks the 50thanniversary of the World Peace Day – more news after Christmas.

APPEAL FROM CAFOD:  The civil war between the Houthi ethnic group and supporters of Yemen’s government is now into its second year.  The UN estimates that the conflict has killed more than 10,000 people, with 6,000 killed this year alone.  The resulting humanitarian crisis is significant.  More than 7 million in Yemen do not know where their next meal will come from.  Should you wish to support this appeal more details can be found on the CAFOD website.  www.cafod.org.uk.

HALLAM YOUTH MINISTRY:  ‘Rooted’ an evening of music, activities, inspirational speakers and free pizza - for ages 15+.  A great evening for anyone wishing to grow in faith.  7-9pm St Paul’s, Doncaster on 16 January and at St. William of York, Sheffield on 18 January.  ‘Rise Up’ an evening of music, activities, inspirational speakers and free pizza - for school years 7-9.  Perfect for anyone preparing for Confirmation.  6-8pm. Immaculate Conception, Rotherham on 16 January and at St William of York, Sheffield on 18 January.

MARRIAGE PREPARATION courses at St Paul’s, Cantley.  January 14 & 21 – contact Ann & Michael Trot on 01302 811539.  March 25 & 1 April – contact Bill & Laraine Henderson on 01302 533926.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow – and his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Ivy Sherratt, Olive & Keith Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr. Andy’s friend Marie.

THE  NATIVITY  OF  THE  LORD

Week beginning Sunday 25 December 2016

 

CHRISTMAS EVE - SATURDAY

6.00pm Children's Mass - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.00pm Carols - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington
11.30pm Midnight Mass for People of the Parish - St Joseph's Church

 

CHRISTMAS DAY - SUNDAY

10.00am Mass in Thanksgiving for The Holy Spirit - St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

 

BOXING DAY - MONDAY - FEAST OF ST STEPHEN

10.00am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

TUESDAY (BANK HOLIDAY) FEAST OF ST JOHN THE APOSTLE

No Mass Today

 

WEDNESDAY FEAST OF THE HOLY INNOCENTS

9.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY FEAST OF ST THOMAS OF CANTERBURY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY FEAST OF THE HOLY FAMILY OF JESUS, MARY & JOSEPH

10.30am Service of the Word with Distribution of Holy Communion
(Octave of Christmas) - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

Last week's collections:  £414.76; Christmas Flowers: £177.66

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Mary The Holy Mother of God (Year A)

NOTICES

CHRISTMAS DAY MASS: For anyone who is unable to get to Mass on Christmas Eve/Morning there is a Christmas Day Mass at 6.30pm at St Marie’s Cathedral.

NEW YEAR’S EVE VIGIL followed by Mass at Midnight (Sat 31stDec/Sun 1st Jan): Starting at 8pm there will be a vigil of prayer in St. Marie’s Cathedral, followed by Mass at midnight to usher in the New Year. Everyone is welcome.

THANK YOU to the wonderful team of parishioners who have volunteered their time to keep our Church clean throughout the year! Also thank you to all the members of the Children’s Liturgy team who work hard to spread the Good News to the youngest members of our parish family.

170 CLUB: Congratulations to the winners of the December draw: £500 (141) A. Brownell; £200 (130) M. O’Rourke; £40 (88) P. Bird; £20 (49) F. Sprague.

CONFIRMATION 2017: Anyone from Year 7 & 8 wishing to take their Confirmation please contact either Ann-Marie Carroll 07841 038633 or Alison Bergomi 07977 341619.

PARISH CARE SUPPORT GROUP: The next meeting will be on Tuesday 3rd January at 7.30pm in the parish rooms. Please come along if you are interested in finding out more about our group. You will be made very welcome.

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION: Preparation will begin soon for the sacrament of First Holy Communion, which will take place at Easter 2017. The sacrament is available to all baptised Catholic children in Year 3 and above. If you want to put your child’s name forward, please take a letter from the back of church. If you have any queries call Lucy on 01909 566032.

CHRISTMAS TREE at the back of church as an alternative to sending cards. Donations to the Hallam Bethlehem Fund.

PEACE SUNDAY: This year takes place on January 15th and the theme is “Non-violence: A Style of Politics for Peace” This marks the 50thanniversary of the World Peace Day – more news after Christmas.

APPEAL FROM CAFOD: The civil war between the Houthi ethnic group and supporters of Yemen’s government is now into its second year. The UN estimates that the conflict has killed more than 10,000 people, with 6,000 killed this year alone. The resulting humanitarian crisis is significant. More than 7 million in Yemen do not know where their next meal will come from. Should you wish to support this appeal more details can be found on the CAFOD website. www.cafod.org.uk

HALLAM YOUTH MINISTRY: ‘Rooted’ an evening of music, activities, inspirational speakers and free pizza - for ages 15+. A great evening for anyone wishing to grow in faith. 7-9pm St. Paul’s, Doncaster on 16thJanuary and at St. William of York, Sheffield on 18th January. ‘Rise Up’an evening of music, activities, inspirational speakers and free pizza - for school years 7-9. Perfect for anyone preparing for Confirmation. 6-8pm. Immaculate Conception, Rotherham on 16th January and at St. William of York, Sheffield on 18th January.

MARRIAGE PREPARATION courses at St. Paul’s, Cantley. January 14th& 21st – contact Ann & Michael Trot on 01302 811539. March 25th & 1stApril – contact Bill & Laraine Henderson on 01302 533926.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow – and his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Ivy Sherratt, Olive & Keith Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr. Andy’s friend Marie.

FOURTH  SUNDAY  IN  ADVENT  (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 18 December 2016

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for the Wareing & Kiernan Families - St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Peace in the Middle East & Local Needs -
Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,   Dinnington

10.00am Brass Cleaning - ALL HANDS WELCOME - St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Penitential Service - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Journey in Faith Meeting - Presbytery, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish Rooms, 
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

Last week's collection:  £358.02

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: The Nativity of The Lord (Year A)

NOTICES

CHRISTMAS MASSES:

Christmas Eve: 6pm – Children’s Mass

11pm Carols followed at 11.30pm by Mass

Christmas Day: 10.00am – Mass in church

Boxing Day: 10.00am Mass in the Parish Rooms 

 

THIS SUNDAY there will be a second collection towards the Christmas flowers.

PENITENTIAL SERVICE FOR ADVENT: This Wednesday 21stDecember at 7.00pm in Church.

CONFIRMATION 2017: Anyone from Year 7 & 8 wishing to take their Confirmation please contact either Ann-Marie Carroll 07841 038633 or Alison Bergomi 07977 341619.

JOURNEY IN FAITH: The final meeting before Christmas is this Thursday in Father Andy’s House at 7pm – all welcome.

ST. JOSEPH’S CHRISTMAS CONCERT: Thank you for coming along to our Christmas Concert on Sunday, we raised £600. The proceeds have been given to St. Joseph’s Centennial Fund and Take A Bow (MENCAP).

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION: Preparation will begin soon for the sacrament of First Holy Communion, which will take place at Easter 2017. The sacrament is available to all baptised Catholic children in Year 3 and above. If you want to put your child’s name forward, please take a letter from the back of church. If you have any queries call Lucy on 01909 566032.

ADVENT FOOD COLLECTION: Any food that is donated can be left in the boxes in the church porch. Food collected will be donated to local food banks.

PANTOMIME POSTPONED: The St Bernard’s Pantomime Cinderella has had to be postponed until after Christmas. Anyone who has already bought tickets can use them for the re-scheduled date or get a refund. A new date coming soon.

CHRISTMAS TREE at the back of church as an alternative to sending cards. Donations to the Hallam Bethlehem Fund.

PEACE SUNDAY: This year takes place on January 15th and the theme is “Non-violence: A Style of Politics for Peace” This marks the 50thanniversary of the World Peace Day – more news after Christmas.

APPEAL FROM CAFOD: The civil war between the Houthi ethnic group and supporters of Yemen’s government is now into its second year. The UN estimates that the conflict has killed more than 10,000 people, with 6,000 killed this year alone. The resulting humanitarian crisis is significant. More than 7 million in Yemen do not know where their next meal will come from. Should you wish to support this appeal more details can be found on the CAFOD website. www.cafod.org.uk

HALLAM YOUTH MINISTRY: ‘Rooted’ an evening of music, activities, inspirational speakers and free pizza - for ages 15+. A great evening for anyone wishing to grow in faith. 7-9pm St. Paul’s, Doncaster on 16thJanuary and at St. William of York, Sheffield on 18th January. ‘Rise Up’an evening of music, activities, inspirational speakers and free pizza - for school years 7-9. Perfect for anyone preparing for Confirmation. 6-8pm. Immaculate Conception, Rotherham on 16th January and at St. William of York, Sheffield on 18th January.

MARRIAGE PREPARATION courses at St. Paul’s, Cantley. January 14th& 21st – contact Ann & Michael Trot on 01302 811539. March 25th & 1stApril – contact Bill & Laraine Henderson on 01302 533926.

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow – and his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Ivy Sherratt, Olive & Keith Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr. Andy’s friend Marie.

THIRD  SUNDAY  IN  ADVENT  (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 11 December 2016

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Helen Foster - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

6.00pm St Joseph's Christmas Concert - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

10.00am Funeral Mass for Monica McKenna - St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,   Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

6.00pm Advent Service with children of St Joseph's School -
St Joseph's Church
, Dinnington

 

7.00pm Journey in Faith Meeting - Presbytery, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish Rooms, 
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

SATURDAY

1.30pm Wedding service between Lucy SPrague & Jack Barker - 
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington
 

 

Last week's collection:  £357.48

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Fourth Sunday of Advent (Year A)

NOTICES

DIARY DATES:

Sunday 11 December, 5pm Carol Concert in Church

Thursday 15 December, 6pm - Advent Service performed by the children

Saturday 17 December, 1.30pm - Lucy Sprague and Jack Bowler Wedding

Wednesday 21 December - Penitential Service in Church  

Christmas Eve, 6pm – Children’s Mass: 11pm Carols followed at 11.30pm by Mass

Christmas Day, 10am – Mass in church


PENITENTIAL SERVICE FOR ADVENT:  Wednesday 21 December at 7.00pm in Church.

CONFIRMATION 2017:  Anyone from Year 7 & 8 wishing to take their Confirmation please contact either Ann-Marie Carroll or Alison Bergomi.

JOURNEY IN FAITH:  The meetings continue this Thursday back at Father Andy’s House at 7pm

ST JOSEPH’S CHRISTMAS CONCERT this Sunday 11 December at 6pm.  Please join us for an evening of Christmas Carols from our Ladies Choir, Jes & Ed, George Wright, Aidan Chan and special guests Bramley Brass Band.  Entry £2 each on the door.  Refreshments available afterwards.

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION:  Preparation will begin soon for the sacrament of First Holy Communion, which will take place at Easter 2017. The sacrament is available to all baptised Catholic children in Year 3 and above. If you want to put your child’s name forward, please take a letter from the back of church.  If you have any queries call Lucy Liversidge.

ADVENT FOOD COLLECTION:  Any food that is donated can be left in the boxes in the church porch.  Food collected will be donated to local food banks.

CHIRSTMAS FLOWERS COLLECTION:  Next Sunday there will be a second collection towards the Christmas flowers.

O ADONAI:  The Sheffield University Chamber Choir at St Marie’s Cathedral on Wednesday 14 December at 7.30pm.  Tickets available at Sheffield City Hall Box-Office, or online atHTTP://SIVTICKETS.COM/EVENT/ADVENTANTHEMS2016.  Tickets also available at the door or telephone 0114 2233777.  See poster at back of church for further details.

SUNDAY MASS HYMNS:  Thank you to the 12 groups who choose the hymns for our Sunday Masses - hopefully they are happy to continue.  If not could they speak to Helen McKinney ASAP as she is about to sort out next years rota.  Anyone wanting to find out more or join the rota can also speak to Helen.

PANTOMIME POSTPONED:  The St Bernard’s Pantomime Cinderella has had to be postponed until after Christmas.  Anyone who has already bought tickets can use them for the re-scheduled date or get a refund.  A new date coming soon.

170 CLUB:  Well done to the winners of the November draw:
£200 (49) F Sprague; £40 (76) J Cope; £20 (8) M Carroll.

CHRISTMAS TREE at the back of church as an alternative to sending cards.  Donations to the Hallam Bethlehem Fund.

PEACE SUNDAY:  This year takes place on January 15 and the theme is “Non-violence: A Style of Politics for Peace” This marks the 50 anniversary of the World Peace Day – more news after Christmas.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow – and his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Sheila Lowe, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Ivy Sherratt, Olive & Keith Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

THIRD  SUNDAY  IN  ADVENT  (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 4 December 2016

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Irmtraud Nashke - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

12.00pm Baptism - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

9.30am Penitential Service  - St Joseph's School, Dinnington
ALL WELCOME

No Evening Mass today

9.30am Parish Care Support Group Meeting - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

No Early Morning Mass today

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,    Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Parish Reflection Group Meeting - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Journey in Faith Meeting - Ann Denton's House, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am  Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
 - 
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

2.00pm Christmas Fayre - St Joseph's School, Dinnington

 

SATURDAY

10.00am  Coffee Morning for Sick Children's Trust - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

Last week's collection:  £330.81

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Third Sunday of Advent (Year A)

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Click to add text, images, and other contentDIARY DATES:

Sunday 27 November, 9.30am – Blessing of the Advent Wreaths in Church

Tuesday 6 December, 9.30am - Penitential Service in school - all welcome

Wednesday 7 December, 7pm Parish Reflection Group Meeting

Friday 9th December, 2pm – School Christmas Fayre

Sunday 11 December, 5pm Carol Concert in Church

Thursday 15 December, 6pm - Advent Service performed by the children

Saturday 17 December, 1.30pm - Lucy Sprague and Jack Bowler Wedding

Wednesday 21 December - Penitential Service in Church  

Christmas Eve, 6pm – Children’s Mass: 11pm Carols followed at 11.30pm by Mass

Christmas Day, 10am – Mass in church


DEAR FRIENDS I just wanted to say a few words of gratitude for all your prayers and kind words on the journey of my road to recovery throughout my illness. Your care, support and generosity has been second to none and has helped to build my confidence in the knowledge that I have a wonderful parish supporting me all the way.  I have felt uplifted by your prayers.  Thank you so much for the beautiful flowers.  I feel truly blessed by our friendship.  Marie

CONFIRMATION 2017:  Anyone from Year 7 & 8 wishing to take their Confirmation please contact either Ann-Marie Carroll or Alison Bergomi.

JOURNEY IN FAITH:  The meetings continue this Thursday at 7pm at Ann Denton’s house in Fr Andy’s absence.

CHRISTMAS FAYRE:  The St Joseph’s School Christmas Fayre is planned for this Friday 9 December from 2pm onwards.  Bottles for the bottle stall can be dropped off at the school reception before Friday.

ST JOSEPH’S CHRISTMAS CONCERT is to be held next Sunday
11 December at 6pm.  Please join us for an evening of Christmas Carols from our Ladies Choir, Jes & Ed, George Wright, Aidan Chan and special guests Bramley Brass Band.  Entry £2 each on the door.  Refreshments available afterwards.

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION:  Preparation will begin soon for the sacrament of First Holy Communion, which will take place at Easter 2017. The sacrament is available to all baptised Catholic children in Year 3 and above.  If you want to put your child’s name forward, please take a letter from the back of church.  If you have any queries call Lucy Liversidge.

LADIES EVENING:  Thursday 8 December.  7pm at Aston Spring Farm. Painting a Christmas pot/bauble.  Please bring nibbles and drink.

COFFEE MORNING in the parish rooms on Saturday 10 December for the Sick Children’s Trust.  Donations for the raffle and silent auction would be much appreciated.  Please contact Josie if you can assist.

ADVENT FOOD COLLECTION:  Any food that is donated can be left in the boxes in the church porch.  Food collected will be donated to local food banks.

SUNDAY MASS HYMNS:  Thank you to the 12 groups who choose the hymns for our Sunday Masses - hopefully they are happy to continue.  If not or if you are wanting to find out more about joining the rota speak to Helen McKinney ASAP as she is about to sort out next years rota.

170 CLUB: Well done to the winners of the November draw:
£200 (49) F 
Sprague; £40 (76) J Cope; £20 (8) M Carroll.

CHRISTMAS TREE at the back of church as an alternative to sending cards.  Donations to the Hallam Bethlehem Fund.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow – and his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Ivy Sherratt, Olive & Keith Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

FIRST SUNDAY IN ADVENT (Year A)

Week beginning Sunday 27 November 2016

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for People of the Parish - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

7.00pm Mass - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY FEAST OF ST ANDREW, APOSTLE, PATRON OF SCOTLAND

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,    Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Journey in Faith Meeting - Presbytery, 1 Swinston Hill Road, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am  Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
 - 
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

SATURDAY

5.00pm  Confession Service - St Joseph's CHurch, Dinnington 

 

Last week's collections:  £344.61; Catholic Youth Services: £167.00

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Second Sunday of Advent (Year A)

NOTICES

DIARY DATES:

Sunday 27 November, 9.30am – Blessing of the Advent Wreaths in Church

Tuesday 6 December, 9.30am - Penitential Service in school - all welcome

Wednesday 7 December, 7pm Parish Reflection Group Meeting

Friday 9th December, 2pm – School Christmas Fayre

Sunday 11 December, 5pm Carol Concert in Church

Thursday 15 December, 6pm - Advent Service performed by the children

Saturday 17 December, 1.30pm - Lucy Sprague and Jack Bowler Wedding

Christmas Eve, 6pm – Children’s Mass: 11pm Carols followed at 11.30pm by Mass

Christmas Day, 10am – Mass in church

DINNINGTON WINTER FESTIVAL is happening on Wednesday
30 December.  We are asked as parishioners to hand out leaflets detailing/ Christmas Mass times for the various churches in Dinnington between 2pm and 8pm.  If you are able to do this please take some leaflets from the back of church.

CONFIRMATION 2017:  Anyone from Year 7 & 8 wishing to take their Confirmation please contact either Ann-Marie Carroll or Alison Bergomi.

JOURNEY IN FAITH:  The meetings continue this Thursday at 7pm in Fr Andy’s house. It is not a course so if you have not attended previously please feel free to come along.  The theme this week is ‘The Season of Advent’.  All welcome.

CHRISTMAS FAYRE:  The St Joseph’s School Christmas Fayre is planned for Friday 9 December from 2pm onwards.  Donations for stalls would be gratefully received and can be dropped off at the school reception.

BOTTLES NEEDED for the bottle stall at the Christmas Fayre on 9 December.  Please leave donations at school or church.

ST JOSEPH’S CHRISTMAS CONCERT is to be held on Sunday 11 December at 6.00pm. Please join us for an evening of Christmas Carols from our Ladies Choir, Jes & Ed, George Wright, Aidan Chan and special guests Bramley Brass Band.  Entry £2 each on the door.  Refreshments available afterwards.

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION:  Preparation will begin soon for the sacrament of First Holy Communion, which will take place at Easter 2017. The sacrament is available to all baptised Catholic children in Year 3 and above.  If you would like to learn more or put your child’s name forward, please take a letter from the back of church.  If you have any queries please speak to Lucy Liversidge.

NOVEMBER DEAD LIST:  Please send in the names of your loved ones along with any offering you may wish to make, for our dead list.  Masses will be said throughout the year marked on the newsletter as for the Holy Souls.

THANK YOU to all who supported the coffee morning for the street children.  The total raised was £326.50.

LADIES EVENING:  Thursday 8 December.  7pm at Aston Spring Farm. Painting a Christmas pot/bauble.  Please bring nibbles and drink.

ADVENT FOOD COLLECTION:  Any food that is donated can be left in the boxes in the church porch.  Food collected will be donated to local food banks.

CHRISTMAS AFTERNOON TEA PARTY (Adults only):  Woodsetts Village Hall, Sunday 4 December, 2.30pm-4.30pm.  Tickets £4, includes Tea, Music, Song and Irish Dancers.  Contact Monica for tickets.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow – and his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Kumba, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Ivy Sherratt, Olive & Keith Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr. Andy’s friend Marie.

OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST THE KING

Week beginning Sunday 20 November 2016

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for People of the Parish - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

6.00pm Governor & Staff Reflection Group Meeting 
St Joseph's School, Dinnington

7.00pm Mass - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,    Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Service of Remembrance and Light - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Journey in Faith Meeting - Presbytery, 1 Swinston Hill Road, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am  Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
 - 
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

Last week's collections:  £299.58; Centenary Mass Flowers: £122.00

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: First Sunday of Advent (Year A)

NOTICES

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THIRTY-THRID SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year C)

Week beginning Sunday 13 November 2016

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for People of the Parish - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

7.00pm Mass - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,    Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Ladies' Group Meeting - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Journey in Faith Meeting - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am  Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
 - 
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

Last week's collections:  £357.72; Needy Parishes: £191.02

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Our Lord Christ the King (Year C)

NOTICES

*IMPORTANT NOTICE*

On Monday 14th November the tarmac is being laid in all the car parking areas (new and old) around church so there will be no access at any time to either the Church or Presbytery. Please do not attempt to enter the church grounds at all as it will spoil the end result after all the weeks of preparation.

 

WELCOME and thank you to Fr. Richard who celebrates Masses with us this weekend.

REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY: We take time especially today to pray for peace and remember all those who have lost their lives in conflict.

NEXT SUNDAY we welcome Bishop Ralph to celebrate a special Mass with us marking the end of our Centenary celebrations. The children will be involved in this Mass so there will be no children’s liturgy. Bishop Ralph will also be blessing the Memorial Garden and everyone is invited into the parish rooms for refreshments afterwards.

CONFIRMATION 2017: Anyone from Year 7 & 8 wishing to take their Confirmation please contact either Ann-Marie Carroll 07841 038633 or Alison Bergomi 07977 341619.

170 CLUB: Congratulations to the winners of the October draw. £200 (144) J. Vernon; £40 (105) I. Raszjk; £20 (113) G. Norris.

THE ART OF DYING WELL is a new website that offers a helping hand to those grappling with issues around death and dying. Based in the Catholic tradition but open to all, it features real-life stories about dealing with the journey through death to eternal life. www.artofdyingwell.org

RETIRING COLLECTION after Masses this weekend for flowers for the Centenary Mass. Next weekend there will also be a retiring collection for Catholic Youth Services.

BAPTISM PARTY: If anyone has a photo of last year’s Baptism party could they let Shauna know as soon as possible, as we are making a display of photos of all the Centenary events last year.

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION: Preparation will begin soon for the sacrament of First Holy Communion, which will take place at Easter 2017. The sacrament is available to all baptised Catholic children in Year 3 and above. If you would like to learn more or put your child’s name forward, please take a letter from the back of church. If you have any queries please speak to Lucy Liversidge 01909 566032.

SERVICE OF REMEMBRANCE AND LIGHT: This service to remember our loved ones will be held on Wednesday 23rd November at 7.00pm at St. Joseph’s. All are invited. 

NOVEMBER DEAD LIST: Please send in the names of your loved ones along with any offering you may wish to make, for our dead list. Masses will be said throughout the year marked on the newsletter as for the Holy Souls.

LADIES GROUP: Flower demonstration this Wednesday 16th November at 7pm in the parish rooms. All welcome to come along and find out more about flower arranging. There will also be slideshow of the Flower Festival.

MASS TO MARK THE CONCLUSION OF THE YEAR OF MERCY: Mass according to the ‘Ordinariate Use’ at St. Marie’s Cathedral, Sheffield, Saturday 19th November at 10am. Everyone welcome.

GIFT AID: If you are a regular contributor to parish collections and pay tax, if you have not already done so, please consider filling in a gift Aid form to allow the parish to claim back the tax on your donations, wit no extra cost to you. Please contact Christine Hall on 01909 564585 for more information.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow – and his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clarke, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Ged Krotki, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Ivy Sherratt, Olive & Keith Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

THIRTY-SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year C)

Week beginning Sunday 6 November 2016

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish -
Blessed William Richardson Chapel, 
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.30pm Bereavement Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY FEAST OF THE DEDICATION OF THE LATERAN BASILICA

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,    Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word wih Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

6.00pm Parish Care Support Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

6.30pm Parish Care Support Training Session - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Journey in Faith Meeting - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

No Service of the Word today (due to no access to church)

 

Last week's collection:  £261.08

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)

NOTICES

IMPORTANT NOTICE:  On Friday 11 November the tarmac is being laid in all the car parking areas around Church so there will be no accessat any time to either the Church or Presbytery.  Please do not attempt to enter the Church grounds at all as it will spoil the end result after all the weeks of preparation.

RETIRING COLLECTION this weekend for the Needy Parishes Fund.

REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY is marked next Sunday and we welcome Fr Richard to celebrate Masses with us.

CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS:  On Sunday 20 November we welcome Bishop Ralph to celebrate a special Mass with us marking the end of our centenary celebrations.  The children will be involved in this Mass so there will be no children’s liturgy.  Bishop Ralph will also be blessing the Memorial Garden and everyone is invited to the parish rooms for refreshments afterwards.

GIFT AID:  If you are a regular contributor to parish collections and pay tax please consider filling in a gift aid form to allow the parish to claim back the tax on your donations.  Please contact Christine Hall on
01909 564585 for more information.

BEREAVEMENT GROUP:  There will be a meeting on Tuesday
8 November at 7.30pm in the parish rooms to plan this year’s Service of Remembrance.  Any parishioners who would like to be involved are very welcome.

NOVEMBER DEAD LIST:  Please send in the names of your loved ones, along with any offering you may wish to make, for our dead list.  Masses will be said throughout the year marked on the newsletter as for the Holy Souls.

RED MISSIO BOXES:  Thanks to all who brought their boxes back for counting.  The total banked this time was £393.89.

LADIES GROUP:  Wednesday 16 November, 7pm in the parish rooms. Flower demonstration.  All welcome to come along and find out more about flower arranging.  There will also be a slideshow of the flower festival.

CONCERT IN AID OF YOUNG CARERS:  St Marie’s Cathedral, 7.30pm on Thursday 10 November.  Musicians from Sheffield University and Sheffield Music Academy, followed by pie and pea supper in Cutlers Hall. Tickets £40 (£10 concert only) from www.sheffieldyoungcarers.org.uk/charity-concert or call Julie MacDonald 01142 304864.

THE PARISH CARE SUPPORT GROUP will be offering a shared information training session after their next meeting this Wednesday
9 November.  The group will meet at 6pm for their meeting and at 6.30pm there will be a training session on the financial, medical & social support that may be available to the people we visit.  All welcome.

GOD’S HOPE FOR POST-REFERENDUM SOUTH YORKSHIRE:Saturday 12 November, St George’s Church, Barnsley S70 1BD.  1.30pm for 1.45pm.  Led by Rev Gary Wilton who will reflect and encourage discussion on what the EU really did for us and what we might want to retain to create a new set of civic principles that are Jesus-shaped.

NATIONAL YOUTH SUNDAY:  Bishop Ralph will celebrate Mass at 3.30pm on Sunday 13 November at St Peter-in-Chains, Doncaster,
DN1 2AA.

MASS TO MARK THE CONCLUSION OF THE YEAR OF MERCY:  Mass according to the ‘Ordinariate Use’ at St Marie’s Cathedral, Sheffield, Saturday 19 November at 10am.  Everyone welcome.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow & his grandma,
Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clark,
Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Could, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume,
Ged Krotki, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Ivy Sherratt, Olive & Keith Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers,
Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

THIRTY-FIRST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year C)

Week beginning Sunday 30 October 2016

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish -
Blessed William Richardson Chapel, 
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

7.00pm Ladies' Choir Practice - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

TUESDAY ALL SAINTS DAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY COMMEMORATION OF ALL THE FAITHFUL DEPARTED (ALL SOULS)

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,    Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word wih Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Parish Reflection Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Journey in Faith Meeting - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Funeral Mass for Sidney Johnson - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

Last week's collection:  £356.93

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)

NOTICES

NEXT SUNDAY there will be a retiring collection for the Needy Parishes Fund.

NOVEMBER DEAD LIST:  Please send in the names of your loved ones, along with any offering you may wish to make, for our dead list.  Masses will be said throughout the year marked on the newsletter as for the Holy Souls.

CAR PARK IMPROVEMENTS:  The project continues to move along nicely (though slowly) and your continued patience is greatly appreciated.

THE LADIES CHOIR will be practising for St Joseph’s Christmas Concert on Monday 31 October at 7pm in church.  If you enjoy singing please come along, new faces very welcome.  More info contact Kate Millar.

PARISH REFLECTION GROUP meet this Wednesday, 2 November, in the parish rooms at 7.00pm.  All welcome.

RED MISSIO BOXES:  Thanks to all who brought their boxes back for counting.  The total banked this time was £393.89.

LADIES GROUP:  Wednesday 16 November, 7pm in the parish rooms. Flower demonstration.  All welcome to come along and find out more about flower arranging.  There will also be a slideshow of the flower festival.

CONCERT IN AID OF YOUNG CARERS:  St Marie’s Cathedral, 7.30pm on Thursday 10 November.  Musicians from Sheffield University and Sheffield Music Academy, followed by pie and pea supper in Cutlers Hall. Tickets £40 (£10 concert only) from www.sheffieldyoungcarers.org.uk/charity-concert or call Julie MacDonald 01142 304864.

THE PARISH CARE SUPPORT GROUP will be offering a shared information training session after their next meeting on Wednesday 9 November.  The group will meet at 6pm for their meeting and at 6.30pmthere will be a training session on the financial, medical & social support that may be available to the people we visit.  All welcome.

REFUGEE CRISIS IN GREECE:  Would anyone be willing to organise a parish collection of the following items urgently needed?   Womens underwear, nappies, baby feeding bottles, sanitary towels, winter clothes. The items need delivering to Meadowhall Business Park on Saturday 5 November.  Volunteers are also required on 5/6 November to sort and box items at Families Relief.  More info from Fr Shaun at: sacredheart479@btinternet.com.

COFFEE MORNING planned for Friday 4 November to raise funds for the street children will now commence in the parish rooms a little later then planned following Sidney Johnson’s funeral.

GOD’S HOPE FOR POST-REFERENDUM SOUTH YORKSHIRE:Saturday 12 November, St George’s Church, Barnsley S70 1BD.  1.30 for 1.45pm. Led by Rev Gary Wilton who will reflect and encourage discussion on what the EU really did for us and what we might want to retain to create a new set of civic principles that are Jesus-shaped.

NATIONAL YOUTH SUNDAY:  Bishop Ralph will celebrate Mass at 3.30pm on Sunday 13 November at St Peter-in-Chains, Doncaster,
DN1 2AA.

ALL SAINTS CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL (Granville Road, S2 2RJ) are holding a Sixth Form Open Morning on Saturday 5 November from 10am-12pm.

MASS TO MARK THE CONCLUSION OF THE YEAR OF MERCY:  Mass according to the ‘Ordinariate Use’ at St. Marie’s Cathedral, Sheffield, Saturday 19 November at 10am.  Everyone welcome.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow & his grandma,
Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clark,
Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Could, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume,
Ged Krotki, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Ivy Sherratt, Olive & Keith Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers,
Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

THIRTIETH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME  (Year C)

Week beginning Sunday 23 October 2016

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish -
Blessed William Richardson Chapel, 
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for George Tierney - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY FEAST OF ST LUKE, EVANGELIST

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass for Yorkshire Brethren - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,    Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word wih Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word and Adoration of the Blesssed Sacrament - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

Last week's collections:  £578.56; CAFOD Family Fast Day: £500

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Thirty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)

NOTICES

WORLD MISSION SUNDAY:  Today Pope Francis invites all Catholics to contribute to a special collection for Missio, his official charity for overseas mission.  Mission Sunday is a special day that unites Catholics all over the world in prayer, celebration and care for the mission of the Church.  By supporting World Mission Sunday we are directly helping missionaries in Rwanda and around the world to help heal the broken hearted.

CAR PARK IMPROVEMENTS:  The project is moving along nicely (though slowly) and your continued patience is greatly appreciated.  The cut wood from the trees has been placed against the back fence (near Fr Andy’s house).  Please feel free to take some wood and leave a donation towards the project in the box at the back of Church.

THE LADIES' CHOIR will be practising for St Joseph’s Christmas Concert on Monday 31 October at 7pm in church.  If you enjoy singing please come along, new faces very welcome.  More info contact Kate Millar.

THANK YOU to Kate and helpers for the sale of sausage sandwiches last Sunday.  £100 was raised for the St Joseph’s School Fund, to help enable children to go on school trips.

RED MISSIO BOXES:  Thanks to everyone who brought their boxes back for counting.  The total banked this time was £393.89.

LADIES' GROUP:  Wednesday 16 November, 7pm in the parish rooms.  Flower demonstration.  All welcome to come along and find out more about flower arranging.  There will also be a slideshow of the flower festival.

CONCERT IN AID OF YOUNG CARERS:  St Marie’s Cathedral, 7.30pm on Thursday 10 November.  Musicians from Sheffield University and Sheffield Music Academy, followed by pie and pea supper in Cutlers Hall.  Tickets £40 (£10 concert only) from www.sheffieldyoungcarers.org.uk/charity-concert or call Julie MacDonald 01142 304864.

THE PARISH CARE SUPPORT GROUP will be offering a shared information training session after their next meeting on Wednesday 9 November.  The group will meet at 6pm for their meeting and at 6.30pm there will be a training session on the financial, medical & social support that may be available to the people we visit.  All welcome.

REFUGEE CRISIS IN GREECE:  Would anyone be willing to organise a parish collection of the following items urgently needed?  Womens underwear, nappies, baby feeding bottles, sanitary towels, winter clothes.  The items need delivering to Meadowhall Business Park on Saturday 5 November.  Volunteers are also required on 5/6 November to sort and box items at Families Relief.  More info from Fr Shaun at: sacredheart479@btinternet.com.

COFFEE MORNING planned for Friday 4 November from 11am to 1pm to raise funds for the street children.

LAUDATO SI (CARE OF OUR COMMON HOME):  A half-day workshop led by Suzy Brouard (CAFOD Theology Programme) 29 October 9.30am – 1.00pm at the Hallam Pastoral Centre,
St Charles Street, Sheffield S9 3WU.  Free admission.  For further information please contact helen.donlan@btinternet.com or 0114 2665474.

YOUTH 2000 – A WEEKEND RETREAT 28- 30 OCTOBER:
St Bernard’s School, Herringthorpe Valley Road ages 18 – 35.  It starts on Friday evening and finishes Sunday lunch time.

GOD’S HOPE FOR POST-REFERENDUM SOUTH YORKSHIRE:Saturday 12 November, St. George’s Church, Barnsley S70 1BD. 1.30 for 1.45pm.  Led by Rev Gary Wilton who will reflect and encourage discussion on what the EU really did for us and what we might want to retain to create a new set of civic principles that are Jesus-shaped.

NATIONAL YOUTH SUNDAY:  Bishop Ralph will celebrate Mass at 3.30pm on Sunday 13 November at St Peter-in-Chains, Doncaster, DN1 2AA.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clark, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon,
Eileen Could, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Robert Hume, Sidney Johnson, Ged Krotki, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Ivy Sherratt, Olive & Keith Stafford,
Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock,
Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

TWENTY-NINTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year C)

Week beginning Sunday 16 October 2016

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish -
Blessed William Richardson Chapel, 
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for George Tierney - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY FEAST OF ST LUKE, EVANGELIST

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass for Yorkshire Brethren - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,   Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word wih Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word and Adoration of the Blesssed Sacrament - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

Last week's collections:  £578.56; CAFOD Family Fast Day: £500

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)

NOTICES

WORLD MISSION SUNDAY:  Next Sunday is World Mission Sunday and Pope Francis invites all Catholics to contribute to a special collection for Missio, his official charity for overseas mission.  Mission Sunday is a special day that unites Catholics all over the world in prayer, celebration and care for the mission of the Church.  By supporting World Mission Sunday we are directly helping missionaries in Rwanda and around the world to help heal the broken hearted.  We may use the Gift Aid envelopes available on our benches today.
 
CAR PARK IMPROVEMENTS:  The project is moving along nicely (though slowly) and your continued patience is greatly appreciated.
 
(Tree) LOGS:  The cut wood from the trees has been placed against the back fence (near Fr Andy’s house).  Anyone with a log-burning stove please feel free to take some wood and leave a donation towards the project in the box at the back of Church.
 
FATHER TERRY DOHERTY:  Please remember Father Terry, who was found dead on Tuesday morning in his home in Dronfield. Terry was a colleague and friend of Fr Andy.  We especially pray for Terry’s family.  May he rest in the peace of Christ.
 
THE PARISH CARE SUPPORT GROUP will be offering a shared information training session after their next meeting on Wednesday 9 November.  The group will meet at 6pm for their meeting and at 6.30pm there will be a training session on the financial, medical & social support that may be available to the people we visit.  All welcome.
 
COFFEE MORNING planned for Friday 4 November from 11am to 1pm to raise funds for the street children.
 
LAUDATO SI (CARE OF OUR COMMON HOME): A half-day workshop led by Suzy Brouard (CAFOD Theology Programme)
29 October 9.30am – 1.00pm at the Hallam Pastoral Centre,
St Charles Street, Sheffield S9 3WU.  Free admission.  For further information please contact helen.donlan@btinternet.com or 0114 2665474.
 
YOUTH 2000 – A WEEKEND RETREAT 28-30 OCTOBER:
St Bernard’s School Herringthorpe Valley Road ages 18 – 35.  It starts on Friday evening and finishes Sunday lunch time.
 
HALLAM CARING SERVICES AND THE LOCAL AUTHORITY FOSTERING TEAM:  These have created an initiative to recruit Rotherham Carers to look after Rotherham children in care.  A Fostering Information Evening is being hosted at the parish hall of St Mary’s Church, Herringthorpe Valley Road at 7.30pm on Wednesday 19 October.  Anyone interested is welcome for informal chats with senior workers from the Fostering Team. Alternatively ring 01042 566407 or
for fostering 01709 823976
Website: www.rotherham;gove;uk/fostering.
 
GOD’S HOPE FOR POST-REFERENDUM SOUTH YORKSHIRE:  Saturday 12 November, St George’s Church, Barnsley S70 1BD.  1.30 for 1.45pm.  Led by Rev Gary Wilton who will reflect and encourage discussion on what the EU really did for us and what we might want to retain to create a new set of civic principles that are Jesus-shaped.
 
‘EMMAUS: A JOURNEY WITH CHRIST’ is a series of talks and discussions in the Hallam Diocese and is an invitation to all Catholic adults to journey together in reading and studying the Bible.  The sessions will be delivered weekly 7pm-8.30pm on Wednesdays at St Joseph’s, Worksop and on Mondays at Blessed Trinity, Wickersley.  The course is free - just turn up for any session.  Details: hallam-diocese.com/departments/adult-formation/emmaus.
 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Mary Clark, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon,
Eileen Could, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Sidney Johnson, Ged Krotki, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Ivy Sherratt, Olive & Keith Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel &
Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

TWENTY-EIGHTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year C)

Week beginning Sunday 9 October 2016

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish -
Blessed William Richardson Chapel, 
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for June Anderson - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

No Evening Mass today

 

WEDNESDAY

No Early Morning Mass today

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,   Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word wih Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

No Early Morning Mass today

 

FRIDAY

No Service of the Word today

11.30am Funeral Mass for George Tierney - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

Last week's collection:  £377.18 

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)

NOTICES

CAFOD HARVEST FAST DAY focuses on us standing alongside our brothers and sisters in the developing world as they learn new skills and receive materials that enable them to grow food for their families.  There is a second collection for CAFOD; if possible please use the envelope for your offering and complete the gift aid section.

CAR PARK IMPROVEMENTS:  As you can see the clearance and surfacing of the Church Grounds has begun.  The works will hopefully be completed within a few weeks (dependant on the weather) and your patience is greatly appreciated.  LOGS: The cut wood from the trees has been placed against the back fence (near Fr Andy’s house).  Anyone with a log-burning stove please feel free to take some wood and leave a donation towards the project in the box at the back of Church.

SCHOOL MASS:  Please note the school mass originally planned for next Sunday 16 October will be re-arranged for a future date.

WORLD MISSION SUNDAY falls on Sunday 23 October, where there will be a second collection to support the work of Missio.

TERESA CASEY RIP:  The Funeral Mass for Teresa is on Friday 14 October at 10.15am at St Alban’s Catholic Church, Denaby Main,
DN12 4AQ.

THE PARISH CARE SUPPORT GROUP will be offering a shared information training session after their next meeting on Wednesday 9 November.  The group will meet at 6pm for their meeting and at 6.30pm there will be a training session on the financial, medical and social support that may be available to the people we visit. An open invitation to anyone who may be interested in the Parish is extended.

COFFEE MORNING planned for Friday 4 November from 11am to 1pm to raise funds for the street children.

TIME WITH THE LORD, TIME FOR ONESELF:  Exposition, prayer, services, talks and Mass with the Bishop.  All welcome to come along for all or just part of the day. Saturday 15 October at St Bede’s Church. from 9am to 7pm.

GOD’S HOPE FOR POST-REFERENDUM SOUTH YORKSHIRE:Saturday 12 November, St George’s Church, Barnsley S70 1BD.  1.30pm for 1.45pm.  Led by Rev Gary Wilton who will reflect and encourage discussion on what the EU really did for us and what we might want to retain to create a new set of civic principles that are Jesus-shaped.

‘EMMAUS:  A JOURNEY WITH CHRIST’ is a series of talks and discussions in the Hallam Diocese and is an invitation to all Catholic adults to journey together in reading and studying the Bible.  The sessions will be delivered weekly 7pm-8.30pm on Wednesdays at St Joseph’s, Worksop and on Mondays at Blessed Trinity, Wickersley.  The course is free - just turn up for any session.  Details:
hallam-diocese.com/departments/adult-formation/emmaus.

FLAME OF HOPE is a Miner's Lamp which is touring South Yorkshire (in the same spirit as the Olympic torch).  If anyone is willing to receive the torch and organise a community vigil, more details can be found athttp://flameofhopeontour.yolasite.com/ support can also be gained by contacting kinderatwork@hotmail.co.uk.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow & his grandma,
Mary Beecroft, Billy Brennan, Christopher Browne, Mary Clark,
Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Could, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Sidney Johnson,
Ged Krotki, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Ivy Sherratt, Olive & Keith Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers,
Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

TWENTY-SEVENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year C)

Week beginning Sunday 2 October 2016

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish -
Blessed William Richardson Chapel, 
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Fr Kieran - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.30pm Parish Care Support Group Meeting - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,   Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word wih Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Parish Reflection Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

Last week's collection:  £243.48 

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)

NOTICES

GEORGE TIERNEY RIP:  George, who was a solicitor in Dinnington for 50 years, died suddenly last week aged 84.  Please remember in your prayers his children; Simon, Elsa, Julian and Adam, his wife Hazel and his 13 grandchildren.  George’s funeral is on Friday 14 October at 11.30am in St Joseph’s.

CAFOD HARVEST FAST DAY is this Friday 7 October and is focused on us standing alongside our brothers and sisters in the developing world as they learn new skills and receive materials and seeds that will enable them to grow enough food for their families.  Please take an envelope, give what you can and return it next weekend.

LADIES GROUP:  Trip to CATS this Wednesday 5 October, show starts at 7.45pm.  Contact Shauna if you require transport.

PARISH REFLECTION GROUP MEETING takes place this Wednesday 5 October at 7.00pm in the parish rooms.  Everyone welcome.

PARISH CARE SUPPORT GROUP meet this Tuesday at 7.30pm in the parish rooms.  All very welcome to attend.

170 CLUB:  Congratulations to the winners of the September draw.
£200 (166) T Horton; £40 (50) Fallons; £20 (133) L Sandham.

GOD’S HOPE FOR POST-REFERENDUM SOUTH YORKSHIRE:Saturday 12 November, St George’s Church, Barnsley S70 1BD.  1.30pm for 1.45pm.  Led by Rev Gary Wilton who will reflect and encourage discussion on what the EU really did for us and what we might want to retain to create a new set of civic principles that are Jesus-shaped.

‘EMMAUS: A JOURNEY WITH CHRIST’ is a series of talks and discussions in the Hallam Diocese and is an invitation to all Catholic adults to journey together in reading and studying the Bible.  The sessions will be delivered weekly 7pm-8.30pm on Wednesdays at St Joseph’s, Worksop and on Mondays at Blessed Trinity, Wickersley.  The course is free - just turn up for any session.  Details:
hallam-diocese.com/departments/adult-formation/emmaus.

ST VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY:  A vacancy has arisen for a Charity Retail Area Manager (Salary £22 – 25k per annum – 37.5 hours p/w based in Sheffield/Rotherham.  For further information and an application pack contact info@svphelpinglocally.org.uk.  Closing date 14 October.

FLAME OF HOPE is a Miners Lamp which is touring South Yorkshire (in the same spirit as the Olympic torch).  If anyone is willing to receive the torch and organise a community vigil, more details can be found athttp://flameofhopeontour.yolasite.com/ support can also be gained by contacting kinderatwork@hotmail.co.uk.

‘THE RELEASE’:  DIOCESE OF HALLAM YOUNG ADULTS RETREAT28-30 October, St Bernard’s School, Rotherham.  The retreat is residential and is aimed at young adults aged 16 to 35, as well as young families. Focus includes; daily Mass, Perpetual Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, Reconciliation, engaging talks, workshops, discussion groups and social activities.  For more info visit www.youth2000.org or call Michaela on01709 867383.

RED BOX APP:  As people use less cash these days a simple app has been developed by a kind supporter which can be downloaded to mobile phones and tablets.  The App can be downloaded from the Apple, Amazon or Google Play stores by searching for ‘Red Box Missio’ or it can be downloaded direct from www.missio.org.uk/RedBoxApp.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow & his grandma,
Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Teresa Casey,
Mary Clark, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon,
Eileen Could, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken,
Sidney Johnson, Ged Krotki, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie,
Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,
Ivy Sherratt, Olive & Keith Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj,
Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

TWENTY-SIXTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Year C)

Week beginning Sunday 25 September 2016

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass People of the Parish for Carole Conroy -
Blessed William Richardson Chapel,
 Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Jan Raszyk - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass for special intention - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,   Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word wih Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

6.30pm Parish Reflection Group & Governors' Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY FEAST OF SS MICHAEL, GABRIEL & RAPHAEL,
ARCHANGELS

No Early Morning Mass today

11.30am Funeral Mass for June Anderson - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.00am Macmillan Coffee Morning - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

SATURDAY

5.00pm Service of Reconciliaton - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington


Last week's collections:
£373.97; Home Mission Sunday: £200.57

 

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)

NOTICES

HOME MISSION SUNDAY is marked this weekend and there will be a second collection to support the work of the Bishop’s Department for Evangelisation and Catechesis. Their focus is evangelisation on our doorstep, reaching out to those in our families and communities who have never encountered Jesus Christ, or have become distant from Him and the life of the Church.

MACMILLAN COFFEE MORNING: Friday 30th September, 11am to 1pm, in the parish rooms, to support the charity’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.

‘EMMAUS: AJOURNEY WITH CHRIST’ is a series of talks and discussions in the Hallam Diocese and is an invitation to all Catholic adults to journey together in reading and studying the Bible. The sessions will be delivered weekly 7pm-8.30pm on Wednesdays at St. Joseph’s, Worksop and on Mondays at Blessed Trinity, Wickersley. The course is free - just turn up for any session. Details: hallam-diocese.com/departments/adult-formation/emmaus

THE MEDAILLE TRUST is working to raise awareness of slavery and human trafficking and the work of the Trust to help the victims of these crimes. There are a few magazines at the back of church if you would be interested in taking one. The more that people are aware of trafficking and slavery (estimated 10,000 victims in this country), the easier it will be for the perpetrators to be identified and prosecuted and the victims to be given the help they need.

CAFOD HARVEST FAST DAY is on Friday 7th October.

‘THE RELEASE’: DIOCESE OF HALLAM YOUNG ADULTS RETREAT28-30 October, St. Bernard’s School, Rotherham. The retreat is residential and is aimed at young adults aged 16 to 35, as well as young families. Focus includes; daily Mass, Perpetual Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, Reconciliation, engaging talks, workshops, discussion groups and social activities. For more info visit www.youth2000.org or call Michaela on 01709 867383.

RED MISSIO BOXES: Any one who has a Red Box please bring them to church as soon as possible so they can be collected and counted. Thanks to everyone who has helped. If anyone would like a box please contact Paddy Ducey (in person at Kiveton church) or on 01909 482583. Many thanks.

RED BOX APP: As people use less cash these days a simple app has been developed by a kind supporter which can be downloaded to mobile phones and tablets. The app keeps the familiarity of the red box as well as sharing how the support is making a difference. The App can be downloaded from the Apple, Amazon or Google Play stores by searching for ‘Red Box Missio’ or it can be downloaded direct fromwww.missio.org.uk/RedBoxApp

PARISH ADMINISTRATIVE ASSITANT VACANCY: St. Marie’s Cathedral Dean & Board of Trustees are seeking to appoint a full-time Parish Administrative Assistant in the Cathedral House Office. The successful candidate will be personable, well-organised and have an understanding of parish life. If you have experience of working in a busy administrative environment please visit www.stmariecathedral.org for more information and an application form. Closing date is noon on Friday 30th September with interviews to be held on 7th October.

40 DAYS OF LIFE: The 6th campaign takes place Sep 28 to Nov 6 with prayerful vigil outside the Doncaster BPAS Abortion Clinic (123 Thorne Road, DN2 5BQ). For more info: www.40daysforlife.com/local-campaigns/hallam/

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Teresa Casey, Mary Clark, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Could, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Hanley, Eileen Hicken, Sidney Johnson, Ged Krotki, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Ivy Sherratt, Olive & Keith Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie

TWENTY-FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year C)

Week beginning Sunday 18 September 2016

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Eileen Hicken (celebrates her 100th Birthday) -
St Joseph's Church, 
Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY FEAST OF ST MATTHEW, APOSTLE

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,   Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word wih Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

6.30pm Parish Reflection Group Agenda Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

Last week's collections:
£332.43; Catholic Agency for Racial Justice: £198.24

 

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)

NOTICES

Week beginning Sunday 18 September 2016

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Eileen Hicken (celebrates her 100th Birthday) -
St Joseph's Church, 
Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY FEAST OF ST MATTHEW, APOSTLE

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,   Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word wih Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

6.30pm Parish Reflection Group Agenda Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

Last week's collections:
£332.43; Catholic Agency for Racial Justice: £198.24

 

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)ext, images, and other content

NOTICES

RACIAL JUSTICE SUNDAY is marked this weekend and there will be a second collection to support the work of the Catholic Agency for Racial Justice. There will also be a second collection next weekend for Home Mission Sunday.

MACMILLAN COFFEE MORNING: Friday 30 September, 11am to 1pm,in the parish rooms, to support the charity’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.

LADIES MEETING:  The Ladies Group meet next on Thursday 15 September at 7.00pm – Beetle Drive and plans for the coming year – all welcome.

‘EMMAUS: AJOURNEY WITH CHRIST’ is a series of talks and discussions in the Hallam Diocese and is an invitation to all Catholic adults to journey together in reading and studying the Bible. The sessions will be delivered weekly 7pm-8.30pm on Wednesdays at St Joseph’s, Worksop and on Mondays at Blessed Trinity, Wickersley. The course is free - just turn up for any session. Details:
hallam-diocese.com/departments/adult-formation/emmaus.

RED MISSIO BOXES: Any one who has a Red Box please bring them to church as soon as possible so they can be collected and counted. Thanks to everyone who has helped. If anyone would like a box please contact Paddy Ducey (in person at Kiveton church). Many thanks.

RED BOX APP: As people use less cash these days a simple app has been developed by a kind supporter which can be downloaded to mobile phones and tablets. The app keeps the familiarity of the red box as well as sharing how the support is making a difference. The App can be downloaded from the Apple, Amazon or Google Play stores by searching for ‘Red Box Missio’ or it can be downloaded direct fromwww.missio.org.uk/RedBoxApp.

ALZHEIMER’S AWARENESS SESSION: Katheryn Rawling, the co-ordinator for Rotherham Dementia Action Alliance, will give a talk on Tuesday 13 September at 7.00pm in the Blessed Trinity Church Hall, Wickersley, Northfield Road S66 0HF. The session is about how to approach and talk with/to dementia sufferers and about setting up a group in the alliance. All welcome and leaflets and further information will be sent later.

BRAVE OF HEART – A Weekend Journey for Men: Inspiring and challenging talks, fellowship and sharing with other Christian men, walk in the Lake District and much more. Sat 17th – Sun 18th September 2016, Cor et Lumen Christi, Wigton, CA7 9HU. Donation only event. More info:www.coretlumenchristi.org or 01697 345623.

PARISH ADMINISTRATIVE ASSITANT VACANCY:  St Marie’s Cathedral Dean & Board of Trustees are seeking to appoint a full-time Parish Administrative Assistant in the Cathedral House Office. The successful candidate will be personable, well-organised and have an understanding of parish life. If you have experience of working in a busy administrative environment please visit www.stmariecathedral.org for more information and an application form. Closing date is noon on Friday 30 September with interviews to be held on 7 October.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  George Blow & his grandma,
Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Teresa Casey,
Mary Clark, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, 
Keith Gordon,
Eileen Could, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Hanley, Eileen Hicken,
Sidney Johnson, Ged Krotki, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie,
Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford,
Ivy Sherratt, Olive & Keith Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj,
Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

TWENTY-FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year C)

Week beginning Sunday 11 September 2016

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Altzeimer's Awareness Session - Blessed Trinity Church Hall,
Wickersley

 

WEDNESDAY FEAST OF THE EXALTATION OF THE HOLY CROSS

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,   Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word wih Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Ladies' Group Meeting - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington


FRIDAY FEAST OF THE NATIVITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

Last week's collection: £268.40

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)

TWENTY-THIRD  SUNDAY  IN  ORDINARY TIME  (Year C)

Week beginning Sunday 4 September 2016

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

12.00pm Baptisms - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

7.00pm Deanery Co-ordinators' Meeting - Blessed Trinity, Wickersley

7.30pm Parish Care Support Group Meeting - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

No EveningMass today

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,   Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word wih Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

No Early Morning Mass today

11.30am Memorial Mass for Celia Gledhill - St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

7.00pm Parish Reflection Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington


FRIDAY FEAST OF THE NATIVITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

Last week's collection: £312.09

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)

NOTICES

NEXT WEEKEND marks Racial Justice Sunday and there will be a second collection to support the work of the Catholic Agency for Racial Justice.

MACMILLAN COFFEE MORNING:  Friday 30 September, 11am to 1pm,in the parish rooms, to support the charity’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.

170 CLUB:  Congratulations to the winners of the August draw.
£200 (116) H Massarella; £40 (118) A R Dean; £20 (49) F Sprague.

PARISH REFLECTION GROUP:  The next meeting is Wednesday 7 September at 7.00pm in the parish rooms.

PARISH CARE SUPPORT GROUP meet this Tuesday 6 September at 7.30pm in the parish rooms.  All welcome.

‘EMMAUS: AJOURNEY WITH CHRIST’ is a series of talks and discussions in the Hallam Diocese and is an invitation to all Catholic adults to journey together in reading and studying the Bible.  The sessions will be delivered weekly 7pm-8.30pm from Wednesdays at St Joseph’s, Worksop starting on 7 September and on Mondays at Blessed Trinity, Wickersley starting on 12 September.  The course is free, no need to register – just turn up for any session.  For more information visithallam-diocese.com/departments/adult-formation/emmaus.

RED MISSIO BOXES:  Any one who has a Red Box please bring them to church as soon as possible so they can be collected and counted.  Thanks to everyone who has helped. If anyone would like a box please contact Paddy Ducey (in person at Kiveton church).  Many thanks.

BISHOP JOHN’S ANNUAL SPONSORED WALK:  Please sponsor Bishop John and the team to walk 15 miles in the Peak District in aid of St Wilfrid’s Centre on Friday 9 September 2016.  If you are able to Gift Aid please fill in your name, address and postcode and tick the Gift Aid box. The sponsor form is at the back of church.

ST MARIE’S CATHEDRAL HERITAGE OPEN DAYS:  Free activities include: Talk on Cathedrals stained-glass windows (Friday 9 September 5.30pm-6.30pm); ‘Around the World from St Marie’s’ tour (Saturday 10 September 10-11am); Family craft workshops, story telling trails, cake, dressing up boxes, music etc…(Saturday 10 September 1.30pm-4.30pm); Bell ringing demonstrations (Saturday 10 September at 11am and 11.30am) and guided tours every Wednesday and Sunday at 2.30pm.

ALZHEIMER’S AWARENESS SESSION:  Katheryn Rawling, the co-ordinator for Rotherham Dementia Action Alliance, will give a talk on Tuesday 13 September in the Blessed Trinity Church Hall, Wickersley, Northfield Road S66 0HF.  The session is about how to approach and talk with/to dementia sufferers and about setting up a group in the alliance. All welcome and leaflets and further information will be sent later.

 

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: June Anderson, George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Teresa Casey, Mary Clark, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Could, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Hanley, Eileen Hicken, Sidney Johnson, Ged Krotki, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice, Tom Rutherford, Ivy Sherratt, Olive & Keith Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie

TWENTY-SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY YEAR (Year C)

Week beginning Sunday 28 August 2016

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Father Jacques Hamel - St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

No Evening Mass today

 

WEDNESDAY

No Early Morning Mass today

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
                Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word wih Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

No Early Morning Mass today

11.30am Memorial Mass for Celia Gledhill - St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

Last week's collection: £447.46

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)

NOTICES

A MEMORIAL MASS for Celia Gledhill will be held at St Joseph’s on Thursday 1 September at 11.30am.

JOAN CREASEY RIP:  Joan, who was a cook at St Joseph’s School, has died following a long illness.  Her funeral is taking place at St George’s Church, Woodsetts on Wednesday 31 August at 2.30pm.

PLEASE REMEMBER Mary Rice in your prayers.  Mary is now in Davis Court and would greatly appreciate visitors.

MACMILLAN COFFEE MORNING:  Friday 30 September, 11am to 1pm,in the parish rooms, to support the charity’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.

‘EMMAUS:  A JOURNEY WITH CHRIST’ is a series of talks and discussions in the Hallam Diocese and is an invitation to all Catholic adults to journey together in reading and studying the Bible.  The sessions will be delivered weekly 7pm-8.30pm from Wednesdays at St Joseph’s, Worksop starting on 7 September and on Mondays at Blessed Trinity, Wickersley starting on 12 September.  The course is free, no need to register – just turn up for any session.  For more information visit:
hallam-diocese.com/departments/adult-formation/emmaus.

FR JACQUES HAMEL was killed one month ago at the altar of the Parish Church where he was celebrating Mass.  We offer Mass today for the repose of his soul.  The Mass will be filmed (from the back of church) and shared with his parishioners as a way of uniting us in collaborative love and prayer.

RED MISSIO BOXES:  Any one who has a Red Box please bring them to church as soon as possible so they can be collected and counted.  Thanks to everyone who has helped.  If anyone would like a box please contact Paddy Ducey (in person at Kiveton church).  Many thanks

BISHOP JOHN’S ANNUAL SPONSORED WALK:  Please sponsor Bishop John and the team to walk 15 miles in the Peak District in aid of St Wilfrid’s Centre on Friday 9 September 2016.  If you are able to Gift Aid please fill in your name, address and postcode and tick the Gift Aid box. The sponsor form is at the back of church.

ST MARIE’S CATHEDRAL HERITAGE OPEN DAYS:  Free activities include: Talk on Cathedrals stained-glass windows (Friday 9 September 5.30pm-6.30pm); ‘Around the World from St Marie’s’ tour (Saturday 10 September 10-11am); Family craft workshops, story telling trails, cake, dressing up boxes, music etc…(Saturday 10 September 1.30pm-4.30pm); Bell ringing demonstrations (Saturday 10 September at 11am and 11.30am) and guided tours every Wednesday and Sunday at 2.30pm.

ALZHEIMER’S AWARENESS SESSION:  Katheryn Rawling, the co-ordinator for Rotherham Dementia Action Alliance, will give a talk on Tuesday 13 September in the Blessed Trinity Church Hall, Wickersley, Northfield Road S66 0HF.  The session is about how to approach and talk with/to dementia sufferers and about setting up a group in the alliance. All welcome and leaflets and further information will be sent later.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED AT ST WILFRED’S CENTRE:  For one morning/afternoon they need:  A gardener; kitchen assistants; prepare sandwiches and drinks in café; befriending/chatting, playing games with clients; helping with woodworking skills in workshop; arts and crafts; pottery skills; bookkeeping.  Please contact: Steve Corker on
0114 255 5720 or steve.corker@stwilfredscentre.org.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  June Anderson, George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne,
Teresa Casey, Mary Clark, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee,
Keith Gordon, Eileen Could, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Hanley,
Eileen Hicken, Sidney Johnson, Ged Krotki, Irene McNamara,
Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Mary Rice,
Tom Rutherford, Ivy Sherratt, Olive & Keith Stafford, Ginette Steele,
Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt, Michel & Fr Andy’s friend Marie.

TWENTY-FIRST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year C)

Week beginning Sunday 21 August 2016

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

No Evening Mass today

 

WEDNESDAY FEAST OF ST BARTHOLOMEW, APOSTLE

No Early Morning Mass today

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
                Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word wih Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

Last week's collection: £252.74

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time

NOTICES

WELCOME and thank you to Fr Richard Gomersall who celebrates Masses for us this weekend.

A MEMORIAL MASS for Celia Gledhill will be held at St Joseph’s on Thursday 1 September at 11.30am.

JOAN CREASEY RIP:  Joan, who was a cook at St Joseph’s School, has died following a long illness. Her funeral is taking place at St George’s Church, Woodsetts on Wednesday 31 August at 2.30pm.

PLEASE REMEMBER Mary Rice in your prayers. Mary is now in Davis Court and would greatly appreciate visitors.

MACMILLAN COFFEE MORNING: Friday 30 September, 11am to 1pm,in the parish rooms, to support the charity’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.

‘EMMAUS: AJOURNEY WITH CHRIST’ is a series of talks and discussions in the Hallam Diocese and is an invitation to all Catholic adults to journey together in reading the Bible. The sessions will be delivered weekly 7pm-8.30pm on Wednesdays at St Joseph’s, Worksop starting on 7 September and on Mondays at Blessed Trinity, Wickersley starting on 12 September. The course is free, no need to register – just turn up for any session. For more information visit hallam-diocese.com/departments/adult-formation/emmaus.

FR JACQUES HAMEL was killed in July at the altar of the Parish Church where he was celebrating Mass. Our Vicar General has suggested we offer our Mass on 28 August for the repose of Fr Jacques soul. We intend to film our Mass (from the back of church) and share it with his parishioners as a way of uniting us in love and prayer.

BISHOP JOHN’S ANNUAL SPONSORED WALK: Please sponsor Bishop John and the team to walk 15 miles in the Peak District in aid of St Wilfrid’s Centre on Friday 9 September 2016. Your help really does make a difference to the lives of their clients. If you are able to Gift Aid please fill in your name, address and postcode and tick the Gift Aid box. The sponsor form is at the back of church.

ST MARIE’S CATHEDRAL HERITAGE OPEN DAYS: Free activities include: Talk on Cathedrals stained-glass windows (Friday 9 September 5.30pm-6.30pm); ‘Around the World from St. Marie’s’ tour (Saturday 10 September 10-11am); Family craft workshops, story telling trails, cake, dressing up boxes, music etc…(Saturday 10 September 1.30pm-4.30pm); Two 30 minute bell ringing demonstrations (Saturday 10 September at 11am and 11.30am). In addition regular events include organ demonstrations on the first Wednesday of every month at 3.30pm and guided tours every Wednesday and Sunday at 2.30pm.

ALZHEIMER’S AWARENESS SESSION: Katheryn Rawling, the co-ordinator for Rotherham Dementia Action Alliance, will give a talk on Tuesday 13 September in the Blessed Trinity Church Hall, Wickersley, Northfield Road S66 0HF. The session is about how to approach and talk with/to dementia sufferers and about setting up a group in the alliance. All welcome and leaflets and further information will be sent later.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED AT ST WILFRED’S CENTRE: For one morning/afternoon they need: A gardener; kitchen assistants; prepare sandwiches and drinks in café; befriending/chatting, playing games with clients; helping with woodworking skills in workshop; arts and crafts; pottery skills; bookkeeping.  Please contact Steve Corker on
0114 2555720 or steve.corker@stwilfredscentre.org.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: June Anderson, George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne,
Teresa Casey, Mary Clark, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee,
Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Hanley,
Eileen Hicken, Sidney Johnson, Ged Krotki, Irene McNamara,
Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Tom Rutherford, Ivy Sherratt, Olive & Keith Stafford, Ginette Steele, Anna Sywyj,
Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt and Michel.

ASSUMPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY (Year C)

Week beginning Sunday 14 August 2016

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Edwin Chua RIP - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

No Evening Mass today

 

WEDNESDAY

No Early Morning Mass today

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
                Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word wih Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

No Early Morning Mass today

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

Last week's collection: £308.11 

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time

NOTICES

CELIA GLEDHILL (RIP):  Celia (Judith Sherratt’s mother) died peacefully at home on Friday morning.  Judith, her daughter Clare and her sister Sue were present.  Though Celia’s wishes are for her funeral to take place in Keighley, there will be a memorial Mass here in St Joseph’s prior to that.  Please remember Celia and the family in your prayers.

NEXT WEEKEND we welcome Fr Richard Gomersall to celebrate Mass for us while Fr Andy is away.

MACMILLAN COFFEE MORNING:  Friday 30 September, 11am to 1pm,in the parish rooms, to support the charity’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.

170 CLUB:  The winners of the July draw were:  £200 (115) B Brennan; £40 (1) Fallons;  £20 (77) S Hilton.  Congratulations to all.

BISHOP JOHN’S ANNUAL SPONSORED WALK:  Please sponsor Bishop John and the team to walk 15 miles in the Peak District in aid of St Wilfrid’s Centre on Friday 9 September 2016.  Your help really does make a difference to the lives of their clients.  If you are able to Gift Aid please fill in your name, address and postcode and tick the Gift Aid box.  The sponsor form is at the back of church.

ST MARIE’S CATHEDRAL HERITAGE OPEN DAYS:

Free activities include:

Talk on Cathedrals stained-glass windows -
Friday 9 Sept 5.30pm-6.30pm;

‘Around the World from St Marie’s’ tour -
Saturday 10th Sept 10-11am
;

Family craft workshops, story telling trails, cake, dressing up boxes, music etc… -
Saturday 10th September 1.30pm-4.30pm;

Two 30 minute bell ringing demonstrations -
Saturday 10th Sept at 11am and 11.30am.

In addition regular events include organ demonstrations on the first Wednesday of every month at 3.30pm and guided tours every Wednesday and Sunday at 2.30pm.

CATHOLIC MISSION IN TODAYS WORLD:  This day conference takes place on Wednesday 5 October 2016 at Loyola Hall, Heythrop College, London.  For all those with an interest in world mission, whether personal, pastoral or academic.  The event is free and includes lunch and refreshments, however places must be reserved in advance viawww.cmu.org.uk/conference or by contacting Richard Owens, CMU Secretary, 01704 533708, secretariat@cmu.org.uk.

ALZHEIMER’S AWARENESS SESSION:  Katheryn Rawling, the co-ordinator for Rotherham Dementia Action Alliance, will give a talk on Tuesday 13 September in the Blessed Trinity Church Hall, Wickersley, Northfield Road S66 0HF.  The session is about how to approach and talk with/to dementia sufferers and about setting up a group in the alliance. All welcome and leaflets and further information will be sent later.

HALLAM CATHOLIC SAFEGUARDING COMMISSION:  “Safeguarding at the Margins – Safe Practice for Safe Welcome” is the title of the session which is on Saturday 8 October 9.30am – 2.00pm at the McAuley (Upper) School, Cantley Lane, Doncaster, DN3 3QF.  To register contact
Jo Pearson on 0114 2566453 or jpearson@hallam-diocese.com.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  June Anderson, George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne,
Teresa Casey, Mary Clarke, Joan Creasey, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Frances Hampsey,
Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Sidney Johnson, Ged Krotki,
Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Tom Rutherford, Ivy Sherratt, Olive & Keith Stafford, Ginette Steele,
Anna Sywyj, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt and Michel.

NINETEENTH  SUNDAY  IN  ORDINARY  TIME (Year C)

Week beginning Sunday 7 August 2016

 

SATURDAY

5.00pm Service of Reconcilliation - Parish Rooms,

St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 


6.30pm Mass People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson Chapel,
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Peter Shaw (4th Anniversary) - St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY FEAST OF ST TERESA BENEDICTA (Edith Stein)

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass for Yorkshire Brethren- Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington,
Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
                Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word wih Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY FEAST OF ST CLARE; FEAST OF ST JOHN VIANNEY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

Last week's collection: £344.15 

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Feast of the Assumption of the BVM

NOTICES

WEDDING CELEBRATION: We remember Laura and Alistair in our prayers who were married in St Alban’s Church Denaby Main on Saturday. Fr Andy officiated.

SPECIAL PRAYERS We continue to remember Anna Sywyj (Dominica’s daughter) in our prayers. She is now at the Northern General Hospital in Sheffield, stable but very poorly.

MACMILLAN COFFEE MORNING: Friday 30th September, 11am to 1pm, in the parish rooms, to support the charity’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.

170 CLUB: The winners of the June draw were: £200 (55) C. Gledhill; £40 (8) M. Carroll; £20 (93) K. Mogan. Congratulations to all.

SWALLOWNEST COURT HOSPITAL: Many thanks for all those who supported the Summer Fayre by buying and selling raffle tickets – we raised over £250 for their funds. It was a lovely occasion and there are a number of winners and their prizes are at the back of church for collection. There is only one unidentified winner green ticket number 294. The full amount of the money raised will be announced next week.

FREE SUMMER FAMILY CRAFTS WORKSHOP at St. Marie’s Cathedral on 27th July from 10.30am to 12.30pm. Discover the hidden meaning of the beautiful flowers featured at St. Marie’s Cathedral and make your own colourful and summery bouquet and flowerpot. Limited places, suitable for 3+ years, activities are free but booking is essential! To book visitwww.stmariecathedral.org/visit-us-home/bookings Children to be accompanied by an adult.

MARYS MEALS: During this Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy, Pope Francis has called on us to ‘rediscover the Corporal Works of Mercy’ and ‘reawaken our conscience, too often grown dull in the face of poverty’. Mary’s Meals is continuing to practise the first of the Corporal Works of Mercy by providing meals to hungry school children in some of the worlds’ poorest communities. By offering a daily meal in a place of education Mary’s Meals attracts children to the classroom where they can thrive and learn and work towards a better future. A donation of just £12.20 allows them to provide daily meals to a hungry child for a whole school year. Mary’s Meals is currently reaching 1,101,206 children with life-changing meals in their place of education. For more information or to make a donation please visit www.marysmeals.org.uk You can also volunteer your time in your local community by contacting volunteer@marysmeals.org or call 0800 698 1212

ALZHEIMER’S AWARENESS SESSION: Katheryn Rawling, the co-ordinator for Rotherham Dementia Action Alliance, will give a talk on Tuesday 13th September in the Blessed Trinity Church Hall, Wickersley, Northfield Road S66 0HF. The session is about how to approach and talk with/to dementia sufferers and about setting up a group in the alliance. All welcome and leaflets and further information will be sent later.

HALLAM CATHOLIC SAFEGUARDING COMMISSION: “Safeguarding at the Margins – Safe Practice for Safe Welcome” is the title of the session which is on Saturday 8th October 9.30am – 2.00pm at the McAuley (Upper) School, Cantley Lane, Doncaster, DN3 3QF.  To register contact Jo Pearson on 01142566453 or jpeasron@hallam-diocese.com

 

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: June Anderson, George Blow & his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Teresa Casey, Mary Clarke, Joan Creasey, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Celia Gledhill, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Sidney Johnson, Ged Krotki, Irene McNamara, Sue McNulty, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Tom Rutherford, Ivy Sherratt, Olive & Keith Stafford, Ginette Steele, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt and Michel

EIGHTEENTH  SUNDAY  IN  ORDINARY  TIME (Year C)

Week beginning Sunday 31 July 2016

 

SATURDAY

12.00pm Marriage between Gerard Egan & Katie Moffat - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

1.30pm Marriage between Joanne Burke & Christopher Ashton - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

6.30pm Mass for People of the Parish -
Blessed William Richardson Chapel, 
Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Edwin Chua (Adeline Chan's father) -
St Joseph's Church, 
Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
               Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word wih Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

11.00am Summer Fayre - Swallownest Court, Aughton Road, S26 4TH

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

SATURDAY

5.00pm Service of Reconcilliation - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington 

 

Last week's collection: £440.86 

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)

NOTICES

WEDDING CELEBRATIONS:  We congratulate 2 couples this weekend who were married here in St Joseph's - Gerard & Katie and Joanne & Christopher.  We also pray for Laura & Alistair who will be getting married in Denaby next week and Fr Andy will be officiating.  Please keep them all in your prayers.  

SPECIAL PRAYERS:  We keep Anna Sywyj (Dominica's daughter) in our prayers.  She is now at the Royal Hallamshire and is stable at the moment.  We also pray for the repose of the sould of Edwin Chua, who died in Malaysia.  He was surrounded by his family and his daughter Adeline and son-in-law Will were both present.  May he rest in peace.  We also remember Sydney Johnson who is poorly in hospital and Sue McNulty who is now in Rotherham Hospice.  Judith Sherratt goes into hospital on Tuesday, so we keep her and her family in our prayers.

MACMILLAN COFFEE MORNING:  Friday 30 September, 11am to 1pm, in the parish rooms, to support the charity's World's Biggest Coffee Morning.

170 CLUB:  The winners of the June draw were:  £200 (55) C Gledhill; £40 (8) M Carroll; £20 (93) K Mogan.  Congratulations to all.

SWALLOWNEST COURT HOSPITAL:  Summer Fayre, 11am-2pm on
Thursday 4 August 2016.  Raising money for activities for the patients during their stay in hospital.  Helping them towards recovery.  Craft stalls; Plant sale; Cakes; Tombola; Kids Crafts; Book sale.  If you can help with donations for any of the stalls please place them in the boxes at the back of the church – bottles (please no alcohol) and unwanted gifts are most welcome.  There will be raffle tickets on sale after Mass at both churches.
 

FREE SUMMER FAMILY CRAFTS WORKSHOP at St Marie’s Cathedral on 27 July from 10.30am to 12.30pm.  Discover the hidden meaning of the beautiful flowers featured at St Marie’s Cathedral and make your own colourful and summery bouquet and flowerpot.  Limited places, suitable for 3+ years, activities are free but booking is essential!  To book visitwww.stmariecathedral.org/visit-us-home/bookings.  Children must be accompanied by an adult.

GK CHESTERTON PILGRIMAGE:  The 6th annual pilgrimage takes place on Saturday 30 July.  For details phone or text 07795 205114 or seewww.catholicgkchestertonsociety.co.uk.

FATHER JACQUES HAMEL:  A note from our Vicar General: "I am sure we all felt the shock o the news of he killing of Father Jacques at the altar of the parish church where he was celebrating Mass for the local coommunity.  May I suggest that we offer Mass for the repose of his soul and for his parishioners - perhaps on or near Friday 26 August, a month after his death.  Thank you."

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  June Anderson, George Blow, his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne,
Teresa Casey, Mary Clarke, Joan Creasey, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver,
Celia Gledhill, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Mary Gutowski, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Sidney Johnson,
Ged Krotki, Irene McNamara, Sue McNulty, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Jim Reilly, Tom Rutherford, Ivy Sherratt, Olive &
Keith Stafford, Ginette Steele, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Anna Sywyj,
Pat Vickers, Clare Watt & Isabelle and Michel.

SIXTEENTH  SUNDAY  IN  ORDINARY  TIME (Year C)

Week beginning Sunday 17 July 2016

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass People of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson Chapel,
               Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for Patrick Murphy - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass for Judith & Clare Sherratt and Celia Gledhill - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.30pm Support Group Meeting - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington


WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
                Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word wih Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.30pm  No Journey in Faith Meeting - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
                Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

Last week's collections: £326.05; Sea Sunday: £223.17.
 

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)

NOTICES

CONGRATULATIONS to Natalie Havenhand and Andre Simms who were married in St. Joseph’s on Saturday. Please pray for them as they embark on married life together.

JOURNEY IN FAITH: The final meeting of the year takes place this Thursday, 21st July at 7.30pm in the parish rooms. As usual everyone is welcome even if you have not attended previous meetings.

LADIES GROUP: The next meeting is on Wednesday 20th July at 7.00pm. Meet at St. Joseph’s for an evening walk. All ladies welcome.

GARDEN FLOWERS always appreciated if you have any spare to be used to decorate church. Flowers such as peony, hydrangea, gladiolus, chrysanthemums etc… would be gratefully received. Please call Margaret on 01909 550581.

170 CLUB: The winners of the June draw were: £200 (55) C. Gledhill; £40 (8) M. Carroll; £20 (93) K. Mogan. Congratulations to all.

SWALLOWNEST COURT HOSPITAL: Summer Fayre, 11am-2pm on Thursday 4th August 2016. Raising money for activities for the patients during their stay in hospital. Helping them towards recovery. Craft stalls; Plant sale; Cakes; Tombola; Kids Crafts; Book sale.  If you can help with donations for any of the stalls please place them in the boxes at the back of the church – bottles (please no alcohol) and unwanted gifts are most welcome. There will be raffle tickets on sale after Mass at both churches.

FREE SUMMER FAMILY CRAFTS WORKSHOP at St. Marie’s Cathedral on 27th July from 10.30am to 12.30pm. Discover the hidden meaning of the beautiful flowers featured at St. Marie’s Cathedral and make your own colourful and summery bouquet and flowerpot. Limited places, suitable for 3+ years, activities are free but booking is essential! To book visit www.stmariecathedral.org/visit-us-home/bookings Children must be accompanied by an adult.

CATHOLIC SINGLES helps single adult Catholics of all ages meet. Call 0161 9413498 or visit www.catholicsingles.org.uk

SIGN OF THE DOVE BOOKSHOP: Christian cards, gifts, books and jewellery for all occasions. Opening times - Monday to Friday 10am -12noon. Friday evening 7-7.30pm. Saturday 11am-12.30pm and Sunday 12noon-1.00pm. 45 Morrell St, Maltby; Telephone: 01709 816145 Email: signofthedove@btinternet.com

MARYS MEALS: During this Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy, Pope Francis has called on us to ‘rediscover the Corporal Works of Mercy’ and ‘reawaken our conscience, too often grown dull in the face of poverty’. Mary’s Meals is continuing to practise the first of the Corporal Works of Mercy by providing meals to hungry school children in some of the worlds’ poorest communities. By offering a daily meal in a place of education Mary’s Meals attracts children to the classroom where they can thrive and learn and work towards a better future. A donation of just £12.20 allows them to provide daily meals to a hungry child for a whole school year. Mary’s Meals is currently reaching 1,101,206 children with life-changing meals in their place of education. For more information or to make a donation please visitwww.marysmeals.org.uk You can also volunteer your time in your local community by contacting volunteer@marysmeals.org or call 0800 698 1212

GK CHESTERTON PILGRIMAGE: The 6th annual pilgrimage takes place on Saturday 30thJuly. For details phone or text 07795 205114 or see www.catholicgkchestertonsociety.co.uk

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: June Anderson, George Blow, his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Teresa Casey, Edwin Chua (pronounced Chow-wa (Will Chan’s Father-in-law)), Mary Clarke, Joan Creasey, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Celia Gledhill, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Mary Gutowski, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Sidney Johnson, Ged Krotki, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Irene Raszyk, Jim Reilly, Tom Rutherford, Ivy Sherratt, Olive & Keith Stafford, Ginette Steele, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt & Isabelle and Michel.

FIFTEENTH  SUNDAY  IN ORDINARY  TIME (Year C)

Week beginning Sunday 10 July 2016

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for Jozef & Christina Rzerzuchowski -
Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass for People of the Parish - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

12.00pm Centenary Celebrations for Married Couples - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, 
Dinnington


MONDAY FEAST OF ST BENEDICT, PATRON OF EUROPE

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.00am Funeral Mass for Carole Conroy - St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

No Evening Mass today

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

No Childminders' Group

11.00am Funeral Service for Irene Munday - St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word wih Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.30pm Governors' Spiritual Reflection Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's School, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

No Morning Mass today

9.30pm School Mass for the end of term (all welcome) -
St Joseph's School,
 Dinnington

No Journey in Faith Meeting

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

SATURDAY

12.30pm Wedding Service of Natalie Havenhand & Andre Simms -
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

Last week's collection: £410.08

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)

NOTICES

SEA SUNDAY is marked this weekend, when the church prays for all those who live and work at sea.  There will be a second collection for Apostleship of the Sea, the official maritime welfare agency of the Catholic Church in Great Britain.  It provides practical and spiritual support to seafarers visiting our ports.  The organisation is wholly dependant on voluntary donations.  For more information about this work visit www.apostleshipofthesea.org.uk

JOURNEY IN FAITH:  There is no meeting this week.

REQUEST FOR GARDEN FLOWERS:  Does anyone have any spare garden flowers?  They would be much appreciated to be used to decorate church.  Flowers such as peony, hydrangea, gladiolus, chrysanthemums etc would be gratefully received. Please call Margaret on 01909 550581.

170 CLUB:  The winners of the June draw were: £200 (55) C Glenhill; £40 (8) M Carroll; £20 (93) K Mogan.  Congratulations to all.

SWALLOWNEST COURT HOSPITAL:  Summer Fayre, 11am-2pm on Thursday 4 August 2016.  Raising money for activities for the patients during their stay in hospital.  Helping them towards recovery.  Craft stalls; Plant sale; Cakes; Tombola; Kids Crafts; Book sale.  All very welcome.  If you can help with donations for any of the stalls please forward them to the reception before the day of the fayre.

FREE SUMMER FAMILY CRAFTS WORKSHOP at St Marie’s Cathedral on 27 July from 10.30am to 12.30pm.  Discover the hidden meaning of the beautiful flowers featured at St Marie’s Cathedral and make your own colourful and summery bouquet and flowerpot.  Limited places, suitable for 3+ years, activities are free but booking is essential!  To book visit www.stmariecathedral.org/visit-us-home/bookings.  Children must be accompanied by an adult.

CATHOLIC SINGLES helps single adult Catholics of all ages meet.
Call 0161 9413498 or visit www.catholicsingles.org.uk

SIGN OF THE DOVE BOOKSHOP:  Christian cards, gifts, books and jewellery for all occasions.  Opening times - Monday to Friday 10am -12noon.  Friday evening 7-7.30pm. Saturday 11am-12.30pm and Sunday 12noon-1.00pm.  45 Morrell St, Maltby; Telephone: 01709 816145
Email: signofthedove@btinternet.com

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  June Anderson, George Blow, his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Teresa Casey, Edwin Chua (Will Chan’s Father-in-law), Mary Clarke, Joan Creasey, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Celia Gledhill, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Mary Gutowski, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Sidney Johnson, Ged Krotki, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Irene Raszyk, Jim Reilly, Tom Rutherford, Ivy Sherratt, Olive & Keith Stafford, Ginette Steele, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt & Isabelle and Michel.

FOURTEENTH  SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year C)

Week beginning Sunday 3 July 2016

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for the people of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am School Mass for Frank Costello - St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

12.00pm Baptisms - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington


MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.30pm Parish Care Support Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

No Early Morning Mass

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word wih Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.00pm Parish Reflection Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.30pm Journey in Faith Meeting - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

SUNDAY

1.00pm Centenary Celebration or Married Couples - St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

 

Last week's collections: £266.77; Life/Peter's Pence: £195.60

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)

NOTICES

WELCOME and thank you to the children and staff of St Joseph’s School who lead our Mass this Sunday.  There is no children’s liturgy this week.

DAY FOR LIFE & PETERS PENCE:  A second collection will be made this weekend and will be split between these two causes.  Day for Life is a Diocesan venture in aid of the Caring Services. Peter’s Pence goes towards the Holy Father’s (Pope Francis) expenses.

ST JOSEPH’S SCHOOL are holding an open afternoon this Thursday 30 June from 2.00pm.  This is an open invitation for anyone who would like to take a look around the school and see the work of the children.

JOURNEY IN FAITH meetings continue this Thursday at 7.30pm in the parish rooms.  Attendance at previous meetings is not a requirement; anyone interested in exploring the Catholic faith is welcome to attend.

HELP WITH CHURCH CLEANING STILL NEEDED:  Every month a different group of volunteers take the responsibility of cleaning the church and parish rooms.  Cleaning does not have to be done at a set time, whenever suits you.  If you can spare just one hour a week during one month of the year (just 4 hours of your time in a year) please contact Judith Sherratt.

REQUEST FOR GARDEN FLOWERS:  Does anyone have any spare garden flowers?  They would be much appreciated to be used to decorate church.  Flowers such as peony, hydrangea, gladiolus, chrysanthemums etc…would be gratefully received.  Please call Margaret O'Rourke.

ANNUAL PADLEY PILGRIMAGE:  Sunday 10 July.  Meet at Grindleford Station at 3pm.  Mass starts at 3.30pm.  Ample parking at Grindleford Station (S32 2JA) or trains run from Sheffield and buses from Sheffield Interchange.  All welcome to arrive early and picnic in the grounds, the Chapel will be open from 12 noon.

100 YEARS CELEBRATION FOR MARRIED COUPLES:  10 July at 12noon.  All couples who have been married at St Joseph’s in the last 10 years have been invited to a service and celebration.

LADIES GROUP:  Trip to CATS at the Lyceum on 5 October 5.  Could Shauna please have £40 by the beginning of July to pay for all the seats, a few seats remain if anyone else is interested in going.

SWALLOWNEST COURT HOSPITAL are in need of donations for their summer fayre: planters; house plants; books; prizes (sweets, chocolate, unopened toiletries); any home crafts or card making materials; but no bric-a-brac please.  Please hand donations into the hospital reception.

CATHOLIC SINGLES helps single adult Catholics of all ages meet. Call0161 9413498 or visit www.catholicsingles.org.uk.

SIGN OF THE DOVE BOOKSHOP:  Christian cards, gifts, books and jewellery for all occasions. Opening times - Monday to Friday 10am -12noon.  Friday evening 7-7.30pm. Saturday 11am-12.30pm and Sunday 12noon-1.00pm.  45 Morrell St, Maltby; Telephone: 01709 816145Email: signofthedove@btinternet.com.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  June Anderson, George Blow, his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Teresa Casey, Mary Clarke, Joan Creasey, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Celia Gledhill, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Mary Gutowski, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Sidney Johnson, Ged Krotki, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Irene Raszyk, Jim Reilly, Tom Rutherford, Ivy Sherratt, Olive & Keith Stafford, Ginette Steele, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt & Isabelle and Michel.

THIRTEENTH  SUNDAY  IN  ORDINARY  TIME (Year C)

Week beginning Sunday 26 June 2016

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for the people of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL SUCCOUR,
PATRON SAINT OF HALLAM

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

7.00pm Vigil Mass for Feast of Ss Peter & Paul - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY FEAST OF SS PETER & PAUL

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's, Dinnington

9.30am Service of the Word with Distribution of Holy Communion -
St Joseph's School, Dinnington (All welcome)

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,

Dinnington

 

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

2.00pm Open Afternoon - St Joseph's School, Dinnington (All Welcome)

7.30pm Journey in Faith Meeting - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

 

FRIDAY

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

SATURDAY

5.00pm Confessions - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

Last week's collection: £1,003.69

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)

NOTICES

WELCOME and thank you to the children and staff of St Joseph’s School who lead our Mass this Sunday.  There is no children’s liturgy this week.

DAY FOR LIFE & PETERS PENCE:  A second collection will be made this weekend and will be split between these two causes.  Day for Life is a Diocesan venture in aid of the Caring Services. Peter’s Pence goes towards the Holy Father’s (Pope Francis) expenses.

ST JOSEPH’S SCHOOL are holding an open afternoon this Thursday 30 June from 2.00pm.  This is an open invitation for anyone who would like to take a look around the school and see the work of the children.

JOURNEY IN FAITH meetings continue this Thursday at 7.30pm in the parish rooms.  Attendance at previous meetings is not a requirement; anyone interested in exploring the Catholic faith is welcome to attend.

HELP WITH CHURCH CLEANING STILL NEEDED:  Every month a different group of volunteers take the responsibility of cleaning the church and parish rooms.  Cleaning does not have to be done at a set time, whenever suits you.  If you can spare just one hour a week during one month of the year (just 4 hours of your time in a year) please contact Judith Sherratt.

REQUEST FOR GARDEN FLOWERS:  Does anyone have any spare garden flowers?  They would be much appreciated to be used to decorate church.  Flowers such as peony, hydrangea, gladiolus, chrysanthemums etc…would be gratefully received.  Please call Margaret O'Rourke.

ANNUAL PADLEY PILGRIMAGE:  Sunday 10 July.  Meet at Grindleford Station at 3pm.  Mass starts at 3.30pm.  Ample parking at Grindleford Station (S32 2JA) or trains run from Sheffield and buses from Sheffield Interchange.  All welcome to arrive early and picnic in the grounds, the Chapel will be open from 12 noon.

100 YEARS CELEBRATION FOR MARRIED COUPLES:  10 July at 12noon.  All couples who have been married at St Joseph’s in the last 10 years have been invited to a service and celebration.

LADIES GROUP:  Trip to CATS at the Lyceum on 5 October 5.  Could Shauna please have £40 by the beginning of July to pay for all the seats, a few seats remain if anyone else is interested in going.

SWALLOWNEST COURT HOSPITAL are in need of donations for their summer fayre: planters; house plants; books; prizes (sweets, chocolate, unopened toiletries); any home crafts or card making materials; but no bric-a-brac please.  Please hand donations into the hospital reception.

CATHOLIC SINGLES helps single adult Catholics of all ages meet. Call0161 9413498 or visit www.catholicsingles.org.uk.

SIGN OF THE DOVE BOOKSHOP:  Christian cards, gifts, books and jewellery for all occasions. Opening times - Monday to Friday 10am -12noon.  Friday evening 7-7.30pm. Saturday 11am-12.30pm and Sunday 12noon-1.00pm.  45 Morrell St, Maltby; Telephone: 01709 816145Email: signofthedove@btinternet.com.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  June Anderson, George Blow, his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne, Teresa Casey, Mary Clarke, Joan Creasey, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver, Celia Gledhill, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Mary Gutowski, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Sidney Johnson, Ged Krotki, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Irene Raszyk, Jim Reilly, Tom Rutherford, Ivy Sherratt, Olive & Keith Stafford, Ginette Steele, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt & Isabelle and Michel.

TWELFTH  SUNDAY  IN  ORDINARY  TIME (Year C)

Week beginning Sunday 19 June 2016

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for the people of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY FEAST OF SS JOHN FISHER & THOMAS MORE

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

7.00pm Governors'/Parish Reflection Group Meeting - Parish Rooms,
St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

THURSDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

7.30pm Journey in Faith Meeting - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

 

FRIDAY THE BIRTH OF ST JOHN THE BAPTIST

10.30am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament -
Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

2.00pm Summer Fayre - St Joseph's School, Dinnington

 

SATURDAY

7.00pm 100 Years Talent Show - St Joseph's School, Dinnington

 

Last week's collections: £270.10; Holy Ghost Fathers: £400.00

Thank you very much

 

Next Sunday: Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C)

NOTICES

REFERENDUM PRAYER:  Reflecting on the forthcoming referendum we recognise the historic nature of this vote and its implications for future generations.  The outcome will have consequences for the future not only in the United Kingdom, but for Europe and the world.  “Lord, grant us the wisdom that we may walk with integrity, guarding the path of justice, and knowing the protection of your loving care for all. Amen.”

NEXT SUNDAY we welcome the children and staff of St Joseph’s School to lead our Mass (no children’s liturgy next week).

DAY FOR LIFE & PETERS PENCE:  A second collection will be made next weekend and will be split between these two causes. 

JOURNEY IN FAITH meetings continue this Thursday at 7.30pm in the parish rooms.  Attendance at previous meetings is not a requirement, anyone interested in exploring the Catholic faith is welcome to attend.

170 CLUB:  The winners of the May draw were: £200 (141) A Brownell; £40 (32) P Wilson; £20 (108) Pattersons.  Congratulations to all!  If you are interested in joining the club it costs just £1 per week.  Just speak to the collectors at the back of church after Mass.

HELP REQUIRED!  Every month a different group of volunteers take the responsibility of cleaning the church and parish rooms each week.  At the moment the volunteer for June is handling this task single handed. Cleaning does not have to be done at a set time, whenever suits you.  If you can spare just an hour each week during June (or any other month) please contact Judith Sherratt.

ANNUAL PADLEY PILGRIMAGE:  Sunday 10 July.  Meet at Grindleford Station at 3pm.  Mass starts at 3.30pm.  Ample parking at Grindleford Station (S32 2JA) or trains run from Sheffield and buses from Sheffield Interchange.  All welcome to arrive early and picnic in the grounds, the Chapel will be open from 12 noon.

100 YEARS TALENT SHOW:  Next Saturday 25 June at 7pm in
St Joseph’s School.  Tickets £4, £2 concessions.  We have a wide variety of excellent talent, so come along and enjoy the evening.  Everyone welcome and you can pay on the door.  Refreshments and a bar available.

100 YEARS CELEBRATION FOR MARRIED COUPLES:  July 10 at 12noon.  All couples who have been married at St Joseph’s in the last 10 years have been invited to a service and celebration.

LADIES GROUP:  Trip to CATS at the Lyceum on 5 October.  Could Shauna please have £40 by the beginning of July to pay for all the seats, a few seats remain if anyone else is interested in going.

SWALLOWNEST COURT HOSPITAL are in need of donations for their summer fayre:  planters; house plants; books; prizes (sweets, chocolate, unopened toiletries); any home crafts or card making materials; but no bric-a-brac please.  Please hand donations into the hospital reception.

CATHOLIC SINGLES helps single adult catholics of all ages meet.
Call 0161 9413498 or visit www.catholicsingles.org.uk.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK:  June Anderson, George Blow, his grandma, Billy Brennan, Mary Beecroft, Christopher Browne,
Teresa Casey, Mary Clarke, Joan Creasey, Joan Dawtry, Terry Driver,
Celia Gledhill, Gillian Gee, Keith Gordon, Eileen Gould, Mary Gutowski, Frances Hampsey, Brendan Handley, Eileen Hicken, Sidney Johnson,
Ged Krotki, Irene McNamara, Haylen Markillie, Norah Parish, John Parker, Irene Raszyk, Jim Reilly, Tom Rutherford, Ivy Sherratt, Olive &
Keith Stafford, Ginette Steele, Viv Stevens, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Clare Watt & Isabelle and Michel.

ELEVENTH  SUNDAY  IN  ORDINARY  TIME (Year C)

Week beginning Sunday 12 June 2016

 

SATURDAY

6.30pm Mass for the people of the Parish - Blessed William Richardson,
Chapel, Kiveton

 

SUNDAY

9.30am Mass - St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

 

MONDAY

No Mass today

 

TUESDAY

11.30am Quiet Prayer for Christians in the Middle East & Local Needs - Blessed William Richardson Chapel, Kiveton

7.00pm Mass for Jeff Sherratt - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

 

WEDNESDAY

8.15am Mass - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church, Dinnington

9.15am Childminders' Group - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's, Dinnington

11.45am Service of the Word with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  followed by Over 50s Club - Parish Rooms, St Joseph's Church,
Dinnington

 

THURS