Wednesday, 2 November 2011

31st Sunday of Ordinary Time, 30th of October 2011

  1.   There are still some envelopes available for Masses for the Dead. A reminder you can place this  envelope along with the envelopes for the flowers or Mass Intentions and Pledge in the collection basket. Or you can give it to Fathers or Deacon Jeffrey.
2.   The Mass for the Sick will take place Saturday 5th November @ 10AM here at St. Joseph. We encourage you to bring elderly members of your family. Also if you know of any elderly persons who are Catholic living in your neighbourhood, encourage them to come.
3.  Beginning Sunday 6th November @ 5pm in the Parish Hall, we invite to be part of “THE CINEMA CLUB”. We would be showing movies on the lives of the saints with a brief discussion after on the virtues of the saint, and ways we can apply them in our lives.
The first feature film will bethe movie, MARIA GORETTI, a tragic, yet inspiring story of purity, compassionand forgiveness. Maria Goretti is the youngest saint of all times who died, defending her purity at the hands of a knife-wielding attacker.
The Club is open to anyone and everyone. And you don’t need an invite. Just come, bring someone and bring something to munch on and a lil’ something to drink (non-alcoholic)
4.   Solemnity of All Saint Mass @ 6am on Tuesday 1st November. An ancient solemnity where we honour  the saints, known and unknown and our call to be saints.
5.  Wednesday 2nd November is the Mass for Commemoration of the Faithful Departed – ALL SOULS. There will be the usual morning Mass, Midday Mass and Mass in the Evening @ 5.30 pm with a procession to Our Catholic Cemetery – King Street & Queen Street
6.  As mentioned before, the Christmas Dinner is on Sunday 11th December at Bishop’s Anstey East Auditorium, Trincity. Tickets are available from this weekend, from Fr. Karol, Morris Smith, Marjorie Valere, Deacon Jeffrey.

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