Twenty-eighth Sunday of Ordinary Time
12th/13th October 2019
He threw himself at the feet of Jesus and thanked Him
What ingratitude on the part of nine of the ten lepers. They had never expected to be cured and return to their families, to the world, ever again. And now they were perfectly well again not one of them remembered to thank the one who had worked this great miracle.
How good are we at saying ‘thank you’? God made us, he has brought us into the fold of the Church through the sacraments of Baptism and Confirmation and he nourishes and strengthens us through the Eucharist as often as we present ourselves for Holy Communion. When I was a very new priest, I took Holy Communion to an elderly man in a residential home in Beverley. He always said the following prayer after receiving the Lord ‘What return can I make to the Lord for all he has done for me…’ It is a line from Psalm 116. I was touched by his intense gratitude for this gift of the Lord in Holy Communion.
What return can any of us make for the gift of Holy Communion? We can spend time in thanksgiving after Communion and after Mass. We can also spend time before the Lord in the Blessed Sacrament in Exposition. This is available in the Chaplaincy every Thursday evening at 6.30pm, on Friday morning from 8.30am and on Saturday morning from 10am.
Response to the Psalm: The Lord has shown his salvation to the nations.
MASS TIMES AND INTENTIONS
Please note the extra weekday Masses. All Masses are in the Church unless otherwise stated.
TWENTY- EIGHTH SUNDAY of ORDINARY TIME
Sat 6.30 pm Living & dec’d Cooper, Cowling & McFaul families
Sun 10.00 am People of the Parish
Sun 6.30 pm
Mon 9.30 am Special Intention
Tues 7.30 pm Peter Bond, RIP in Chaplaincy
Wed 8.00am in Chaplaincy
Wed 9.30 am Alexander Spence, RIP
Thurs 9.30 am Angie Metcalfe, RIP
Thurs 7.30 pm in Chaplaincy
Fri 6.30 pm
Sat 9.30 am
TWENTY-NINTH SUNDAY of ORDINARY TIME
Sat 6.30 pm Living & dec’d Kerins & O’Brien families
Sun 10.00 am People of the Parish
Sun 6.30 pm
ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT NOTE EXTRA TIMES FOR CONFESSIONS
Thursday, 6.30pm to 7.30pm Saturday 10am – 10.45am
No Adoration on Friday Saturday 5.15pm – 6pm
Saturday 10am to 11am Sunday 5.45pm – 6.15pm
Loose Plate £348.47 CAFOD Collection £393. 91.
Total £722.02 Thank you.
CITY PRAYER WALK
Sr Anne, Daughter of Charity, is organising another Prayer Walk in the city centre. It is on Saturday 26th October 2pm - 4pm. Meet at 'Beverley Gate' - between Monument Bridge and Whitefriargate at 2pm. Specific intentions for prayer will be explained at the time of the walk. ALL ARE WELCOME.
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BECOMING A CATHOLIC ?
Or would you like to deepen your understanding of the Catholic faith? A ‘Journey in Faith’ group is intended for Autumn. Please contact Fr William or Fr Peter for further information.
WEEKLY MASS TO BE CELEBRATED IN LATIN EVERY THURSDAY EVENING
After Pope Benedict confirmed that every priest had permission to celebrate Mass using the pre-1969 Rite, often called the ‘Tridentine Rite’ now the ‘Extraordinary Form’, Bishop Drainey arranged for it to be available in the main areas of the Diocese. It is now celebrated weekly at the University Chaplaincy every Thursday evening at 7.30pm. It will seem very unfamiliar in some aspects to anyone under the age of 65. There is plenty of information available on line and a brief explanation will be given before each Mass.
TALK AT THE HULL UNIVERSITY CATHOLIC CHAPLAINCY
All are welcome at the Marist Hall on Cottingham Road Hull HU5 2DH on Sunday 20th October at 8pm for a talk on: Who is St John Henry Newman? by Fr Richard Duffield. Fr Richard is a member of the Oratorian Order, the same order to which St John Henry Newman belonged. He is currently part of the new foundation in York but was previously Provost of the Birmingham Oratory which was founded by St John Henry Newman and where he lived and worked for nearly fifty years.
REMEMBERING OUR BELOVED DEAD IN NOVEMBER
During November it is a beautiful custom to come together to offer Mass for our loved ones who have died. The Commemoration of All Souls is on Saturday 2nd November and on Sunday 3rd November we will be joined at 10am Mass by the family and friends of some of those whose funerals have been from the parish over the last year. November Dead envelopes will soon be available for your Dead Lists. There are also grave candles for sale in the church porch.
DAY FOR THE POOR 16 / 17 November
Pope Francis has called for 16/17 November to be kept as a ‘Day for the Poor’. Could everyone bring one item of food and put it in the box at the back of church... tins of food or packed dry goods which will be given to the homeless projects in our city. World Day for the Poor event to be held in Middlesbrough – more information to come.
FIRST HOLY COMMUNION SUMMER 2020
Forms are available for children now in Year 3 or above.
CONFIRMATION SUMMER 2020
Forms are available for those wishing to be confirmed in summer 2020. Young people should be in Year 9 and above. Any adults who have not been confirmed are encouraged to approach one of the priests.
INSPIRATIONAL DAY FOR MINISTERS OF THE WORD AND HOLY COMMUNION The annual Inspirational Day for both ministries will be held at the Spa Conference Centre in Scarborough on Saturday, 23rd November. The guest speaker will be Sr Gemma Simmonds of the Margaret Beaufort Institute in Cambridge. The day will begin with registration at 9.30am and will end about 3pm after Mass. Everyone commissioned as a Minister is expected to attend at least one study day each year, so please put this date in your diary.
MASS OF CELEBRATION FOR THE HOWDENSHIRE MARTYRS
Since 1983, the parish of Sacred Heart in Howden has remembered the sacrifice of the Howdenshire Martyrs. This year, the Mass will take place on Friday, 25th October, at 7 pm, followed by complementary light refreshments. All are welcome.
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON SOCIAL Every 1st & 3rd Wednesday. Next meeting, 21st October. Everyone welcome.
WE ARE TO PURCHASE A DEFIBRILLATOR
There will be a training session on 12th November at St Wilfrid’s on the Boulevard between 11am and 6 pm. Training will last between 1 & 2 hours,
HULL CATHOLIC YOUTH CLUB
The Hull Catholic Youth Club meets on Fridays in the Parish Hall, 7–8.30 pm. It is for young people from the Hull Catholic Parishes, year 5+.
ALL SAINTS CELEBRATION
To celebrate the solemnity of All Saints on 1st November there will be, in the Marist Hall from 7 pm, a hot supper with music provided by the University Jazz Society. Tickets £5 from priests or CathSoc members.
SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION OF UNBORN CHILDREN are resisting attempts to extend abortion on demand to Northern Ireland and are in need of funds. Can you help? More information from Fr William.
ROTAS FOR MASS AND LINEN
12th / 13th October
Readers: 6.30: H. Cunnah, T. Birmingham 10.00: P. Pushparajah, S. T-Damaso
Communion: 6.30: H. Rice, F. Carroll, Sr S. Morrison
10.00: A. Muragwa, A. Bentley, T. Hubbard, K. Lavelle, K. Leahy
Linen: M. Hill
Readers: 6.30: D. Coward, A. Pollock 10.00: L. Capraro, C. Yates
Communion: 6.30: J. O’Hare, P. Gallagher
10.00: A. Kalombe, R. Pipkin, S. Shomari, P.Perera, T. Carruthers
Linen: Sr. S Morrison
To book the Parish Hall: please contact Tim or Gwen Carruthers on 805457.
Fr William Massie (PP) Tel: 342519 / 343216
Fr Peter Taylor
Parish Office: 119 Cottingham Road, Hull HU5 2DH
Parish website: ollspc.com
Parish email: email@example.com