Newsletter: Remembrance Sunday 2023
Thirty Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
17.30 VIGIL MASS
10.00 Requiem Mass for Ronald Gregory
No Coffee Morning Today
09.30 Requiem Mass for Susan Hughes
19.30 UCM Meeting
No Service In Church Today
17.30 VIGIL MASS
This morning at 11.00am, His Majesty the King will lay a wreath of poppies at the Cenotaph in London, on our behalf to commemorate the contribution of British and Commonwealth military and civilian servicemen and women in the two World Wars and later conflicts. St Mary’s Radcliffe lost FIFTY men in the First World War. We will remember them.
OUR CHRISTMAS FAIR
Saturday 25th November 11am-2p.m. This week we are kindly asking for any donations of gifts, jewellery, toiletries, tombola prizes. Next week we would love to receive cakes, especially homemade cakes on the morning of the fair Thank you very much for all the kind donations already received.
At the UCM Meeting on Wednesday 15th November 7.30pm. Julie Southworth is coming to demonstrate making Christmas crowns made from used Christmas/birthday cards. All are welcome to take part, please bring your used greeting cards.
S.V.P GIVING TREE PROJECT
The St. Vincent de Paul Society are inviting all parishioners to share in the spirit of Christmas by taking part in our ‘Giving Tree’ project. We are looking for donations of new, unwrapped gifts for children and adults of all ages, which will be distributed to needy families within the parish. Please take a flyer from the atrium for further details as to how you can support a family in need this Christmas.
FATHER BRADY FAIRFIELD HOSPITAL ON CALL
14th November from 6.00p.m-8.30a.m
16th November 8.30a.m.-6.00p.m.
NOVEMBER DEAD ENVELOPES
Throughout the month of November the Church traditionally prays for the Holy Souls. Our beloved dead will be remembered at every Mass during November, so if you have anyone or a (list of names ) you wish to be
remembered in prayer , there are specific envelopes available in the atrium.
REMEMBERING LOVED ONES THIS NOVEMBER
The month of November is traditionally a time in which we remember those who have died. We give thanks for those who have gone before us and we look with prayer and hope to their new life in heaven and our desire to join them there one day. Caritas Salford has put together information on ways we can all share memories of those who have died. Find out more now on their website >
RE-COMMISSIONING OF READERS
On the 3rd December, The First Sunday of Advent those who exercise the Ministry of Reader in our parish will be recommissioned at every Mass that weekend.
CHRISTMAS MASS TIMES
Saturday 23rd December
5.30pm Mass (4th Sunday of Advent)
Sunday 24th December
9.00am Mass (4th Sunday of Advent )
10.30am Mass (4th Sunday of Advent)
5.30pm First Mass of Christmas
Monday 25th December
10.30am Mass of Christmas