21st / 22nd April 2018
FOURTH SUNDAY OF EASTER
Jesus said: “I am the true vine, and my Father is the vinedresser”. John 15:1
Response to the Psalm
The stone which the builders rejected has become the corner stone.
MASS TIMES AND INTENTIONS
FOURTH SUNDAY OF EASTER
Sat 6.30 p.m. Angie Metcalfe, R.I.P. (birthday 22nd)
Sun 10.00 a.m. Alexander Spence, R.I.P. (anniversary of day found)
Mon 9.30 a.m. St. George
Tues 7.30 p.m.
Wed 9.30 a.m. St. Mark, Evangelist
Living & dec. members of the Cooper, Cowling & McFaul families
Thurs 7.30 p.m.
Fri 9.00 a.m. Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
9.30 a.m. Fr Austin Horsley, S.M., R.I.P.
FIFTH SUNDAY OF EASTER
Sat 6.30 p.m. Feast of St Peter Chanel, SM, Martyr of Oceania
Celebration after Mass
Sun 10.00 a.m. People of the Parish
THE EUCHARIST AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Bishop Terence Patrick has asked every parish to have regular exposition of the Blessed Sacrament in preparation for the Eucharistic Congress in September. Following Pope Francis’ suggestion, the theme of our prayer is ‘The Eucharist and the Environment’. In our parish, there will be exposition at 9.00 a.m. every Friday morning to which all are welcome.
We pray for Rashid Brown Shomari, Shirley-Anne Heselton, Ian Warelow, Sonja McKenzie, John Loane, Caroline Bentley, Maureen Perry, Fr. Clive Birch, Fr. Brian Nicholson, Mary Megson, Holly Hamer, Peggy Parker, Fr. John Wood, Fr. Gerard Burns, Elizabeth Magee, Jim & Pat Cowling, Annelise Bachik, Joe McAllister, Diane Williams, Edwina Maria Thompson, Fr. Jim O’Brien, Teresa Ullyat, Teresa Hayes, Mary O’Brien, Jo Porter, Tom Amos, Teresa Chan and for all who ask for prayers.
FR. AUSTIN HORSLEY S.M.
Please pray for the repose of the soul of Fr Austin Horsley who died on the morning of Tuesday, 10th April, aged 81. Fr Horsley was the last of the headmasters of Marist College, here on Cottingham Road. His funeral Mass will take place on Monday, 30th April at 12.30 p.m. The coffin will be received into church on Sunday, 29th April at 5.00 p.m. Please remember Fr Austin’s family in your prayers.
St GEORGE’S DAY, 21st April
Saturday 21st April at 7.30 pm. The Hayriders Band will be calling the dances, with an interval for Spuds’n’Puds. The bar will be open. Tickets, £8.00 / £4.00 for children, include refreshments
CELEBRATION OF ST PETER CHANEL
On Saturday 28th April, after 6.30 Mass, in the Social Club, there will be a celebration of St Peter Chanel, a Marist priest who was martyred on the island of Futuna in Oceania. Drinks and refreshments available. All welcome.
LAST SUNDAY’S COLLECTION
Loose Plate £323.78
Boxes of Gift Aid envelopes for the financial year 2018 – 2019 are at the back of church in alphabetical order. Please take your box, even if you donate by Standing Order as there are some envelopes at the back of the box to use for special diocesan collections.
ENGLAND - DOWRY OF MARY
The statue of Our Lady of Walsingham is to begin a two-year tour of England’s Catholic cathedrals. The tour, which begins with a visit to Liverpool’s Metropolitan Cathedral in June, is intended to help prepare Catholics spiritually for England’s rededication as the Dowry of Mary in 2020. Each visit will take place between a Thursday and a Sunday and involve a triduum (3 days) of prayer. There will be talks on the Dowry of Mary, an evening of Adoration, and a day set aside for visits from primary and secondary schools. The full schedule so far is available to view at dowrytour.org.uk. The country was dedicated as the Dowry of Mary by Cardinal Bernard Griffin in 1948. Cardinal Vincent Nichols has called the rededication a “moment of great promise … for the Church in this country and for our mission”.
HOLY HOLIDAY TO ROME
1st – 5th October, 2018, led by Fr Michael Coleman. £486 per person, plus air fare (Ryanair) from Manchester. Includes daily Mass, half day coach tour of Rome and walking tours of local areas. For more details, see small poster in church porch or Margaret Crummay.
WALSINGHAM MARIST DAY
The annual gathering in Walsingham of Marist Sisters, Brothers, Fathers, lay associates of The Marist Way, and friends, will take place on Saturday, 7th July 2018. The theme is Preparing for the Dowry Rededication. Members of the Hull Marist community will already be in Walsingham on that day but, if anyone would like to join us on the Saturday, please let us know as soon as possible so that transport can be arranged (see Margaret Crummay or Bro. John or Fr Des).
SOCIAL AFTERNOON 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month. Next one 2nd May.
Why did the tomato turn red? It saw the salad dressing!
What did the judge say when the skunk walked into the court room? Odour in the court.
What did the fish say when he swam into the wall? Dam!
Why don't skeletons fight each other? They don't have the guts.
What streets do ghosts haunt? Dead ends!
Why did the man with one hand cross the road? To get to the second hand shop.
ROTAS FOR MASS AND LINEN
6.30: D. Coward, M. Hulme
10.00: Br. J. MacAllister, P.Pushparajah
6.30: O. Reading, P. Barron, T. Doto
10.00: K. Leahy, R. Pipkin, R.Shomari, A. Kalombe, T. Carruthers
Linen: F. Carroll
6.30: A. Pollock, F. Carroll
10.00: L. Hines, L. Capraro
6.30: F. Carroll, Sr S. Morrison, J. O’Hare
10.00: S. Murambya, Br. J. McAllister, K.Leahy, P.Perera, C. Lavelle
Linen: S. Teixeira-Damaso
To book the Parish Hall: please contact Tim or Gwen Carruthers on 805457.
Fr. Des Hanrahan (PP) Tel: 342519
Parish House: 119 Cottingham Road
Br. John McAllister & Marist Community
Newman House, 729 Beverley Road. 856884/440396
Parish website: ollspc.com
Parish mobile: 07840 606447 Parish email: email@example.com