15th July 2018
The Dominican Fathers:
Fr John Patrick Kenrick OP, Tel: 0191 232 593;
Fr Colin Carr OP, Tel;0191 222 1960 or 07788867121;
Fr Dominic White OP 0191 2617632.
Deacon Andrew Brookes OP Tel 0191 2325007
You can find us at 41A Red Barns, NE1 2TP.
Updates and more at https://stdominicspriorynewcastle.wordpress.com
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Sunday:10.00 & 7.00.
Daily:10.00 & 5.30
(NB:watch out for “No Mass” notices)
(Best to phone first)
LH (Prayer Of The Church):
Weekdays Masses NOW in Church.
(Entrance by the Community Room Door:Left Of The Main Entrance)
Before Mass we listen to God; during Mass we speak with God; after Mass we speak with God’s people
A Catholic Courtesy: it’s a custom in the Catholic Church to show reverence to the Blessed Sacrament in the Tabernacle before we sit down, either by genuflecting or bowing.
Please pray For: any who have lately died and For those whose Anniversaries occur at this time!
If you ask us to put a name on the sick list, could you also tell us when things change.Thank you.
PRAY FOR PEACE IN COLOMBIA – the Dominican Order urge you to join the Dominicans throughout the world in praying for peace in Colombia and for all the sisters and brothers who work there.
MASS INTENTIONS for named people: please say if for any reason you’d rather the name didn’t go onto the bulletin and on to our website.
Rosary Prayer Group Every Monday 6.15pm-7.15pm
(Except Bank Holidays)
Rosary & Divine Mercy Recited Every Wednesday & Friday At 3.pm
Adoration of the Most Blessed Sacrament:
Wednesdays & Fridays:3.pm-5.pm
THE POPE SPEAKS:
(From his letter on the Call to Holiness in today’s World)
To be holy does not require being a bishop, a priest or a religious. We are frequently tempted to think that holiness is only for those who can withdraw from ordinary affairs to spend much time in prayer. That is not the case. We are all called to be holy by living our lives with love and by bearing witness in everything we do, wherever we find ourselves. Are you called to the consecrated life? Be holy by living out your commitment with joy. Are you married? Be holy by loving and caring for your husband or wife, as Christ does for the Church. Do you work for a living? Be holy by labouring with integrity and skill in the service of your brothers and sisters. Are you a parent or grandparent? Be holy by patiently teaching the little ones how to follow Jesus. Are you in a position of authority? Be holy by working for the common good and renouncing personal gain.
KERYGMA – PROCLAIM THE GOSPEL
KERYGMA – PROCLAIM THE GOSPEL!
‘The Kerygma Course – Who is Jesus?’
Please continue to pray and fast about this work.
Contact Br Andrew to know more: tel: 0191 232
5907 or email@example.com
The LAST session is this Wednesday 18th July:
Can Jesus Give us Peace Now?
STAINED GLASS WINDOWS
Stained Glass Windows- update:
Stained Glass Window fund:£31,214.
Box at back of Church for donations.
Xaverian Missionaries: £645.
This week: Collection for Sea Sunday.
Total Monthly regular donations in June, including Standing Orders: £3,666.05
If you are not already a Gift Aid Donor and pay UK income tax, please consider joining the scheme. We claim 25p for each £1 donated, from HMRC.
For more information, contact Ian and Josie Luke.
Tel: 0191 2580113 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The 50/50 draw has started again at the l0.0 am Mass on Sunday! ROLL UP, YOU COULD BE A WINNER! Congratulation to the winners of the June draws: PC (10 am) and PP (7 pm)
Sponsoring a Seminarian
The total is £3,268.65p. We are over 3/5s of the way to our goal of £5,000.
WE HAVE A NUMBER OF VOLUNTEERS WHO SUPPORT THE PARISH IN ALL SORTS OF WAYS. HERE IS ONE EASY WAY TO HELP THEM:
IF YOU AVOID PUTTING ANY COIN SMALLER THAN 50p IN THE GIFT AID ENVELOPES IT MAKES THE JOB OF COUNTERS MUCH EASIER. IF YOU WANT TO GET RID OF PENNIES OR TWO PENCE COINS OR FIVE PENCE COINS PLEASE PUT THEM IN THE COLLECTING BOXES AT THE BACK OF CHURCH, NOT INTO THE COLLECTION PLATE. MANY THANKS!
Kurdish Life Aid: Baby and children’s clothing needed by the 3 million Yazidi and Syrian orphans in camps in Northern Iraq. See the labelled box in the outer porch. Many thanks.
Bags for the Refugee Project: Many thanks to those who still supply us with shopping bags; the refugee project, based in the Deaf Centre in Summerhill Grove, uses them to distribute goods to destitute asylum seekers. The bin for your bags will reappear this week, and Fr Colin would be very grateful to any one who could undertake to deliver them regularly to the Project.
There is a silver box at the back of church just waiting for your, your family’s or neighbours’ recycled or re-gifted items which will be used as hamper items, tombola and raffle prizes or stall items. We welcome anything in a tube, can or bottle ; handbags to hand cream; alcoholic and non-alcoholic bottles – pop and washing up bottles as well as wine etc ; toys and fashion items; jewellery and jams! The list is endless. Thank you.