ST. ANNE CATHOLIC CHURCH CRUMPSALL, MANCHESTER

Parish Office:  0161 740 2448  

Parish Priest: Fr. David Glover

Sunday 26th May 2019

Web: www.stannescrumpsall.org.uk

 

Day Service Time  
Sunday Polish Mass 9.00am Easter 6
  Mass & Baptism 10.30am  
  Lithuanian Mass Noon  
  Mass 6.00pm  
Monday Mass 10.00am St. Augustine of Canterbury
Tuesday Mass 9.15am  
Wednesday Mass 9.00am St. Paul V1
Thursday Mass 9.00am The Ascension of the Lord
  Mass 7.00pm  
Friday Mass 9.00am Visitation of the B.V.M.
Saturday Confessions 11.00am  
  Mass & Baptism Noon St. Justin
7th Sunday of Easter Polish Mass 9.00am  
  Mass & Baptisms 10.30am  
  Syro Malabar Mass Noon  
  Mass 6.00pm  

 

The retiring collection is for St. Anne’s Visitors & Ladies of Charity

Extra pound £11.00 Retiring £97.58 (Youth Missions)

Weddings at least six months notice required

 

Masses. Carol Gallagher Anniversary, Mr & Mrs Ruane, Clare Muscat Birthday, Gregorio Constancio Barreto Birthday memories, Thomas Fogarty Birthday memories, Parish Divine Mercy Group, Chris Stephens Rip, Conversion of all sinners in the world, Holy Souls especially Luong Cong Huynh, Minh Cong Huynh, Lan Dien Thi Tran, Mr Wroe, Mary Do Thi Pham, Peter Nhan, Luu & Mary Noel Destiny Huynh, Anna Tinh Thi Nguyen & Thin Thi Lai, Kerry Webster, Nathan Wong, Miss Trisha, Katie Swan, All Students that they may do well in their exams and their lives, Tommie Waters Rip, Sick & Housebound, Family Intentions, Deceased members of the Watters and Dillon Families, John Russell Rip, Mary & Kathleen Lynch Rip

 

Monday is a Bank Holiday and Mass will be at 10.00am rather than 9.00am.

 

Thursday is a Holy Day of Obligation. Masses are at 9.00am and 7.00pm.

 

Thank you to all who sponsored the staff on their Big Sleep out to raise funds for Cornerstone Centre for the Homeless. I have been able to send a cheque for £535-00.

 

Society for the protection of unborn children. Josie Nickson has been the parish representative for many years but now wishes, due to age and health, to pass the mantle to someone younger. If you are willing to be the parish representative, please let Fr. Glover know. It isn’t onerous and involves receiving and distributing the quarterly newsletter and bringing to your attention any petitions they may distribute.

 

We are now starting to gather items for the summer fayre. Please bring to Church over the next week items for the Good as New & Bric a Brac.

Raffle Prizes. The list is on the board in the narthex, please sign up if you wish to donate one of the prizes. Tickets will be available from next weekend for you to buy and take for others to buy.

 

There will be a short meeting about the Summer Fayre after the 10.30am Mass next Sunday in the Parish Hall. If you usually or want to man a stall at the fayre on 6th July or would like to help in any other way, please come along to that meeting. Tea, Coffee & biscuits will be provided.

 

Candles. The Catholic Church Insurers have made us aware of several fires taking place inside churches due to misuse of candles. They warn against leaving candles burning when no one is in church, lighting candles on or against inflammable materials such as curtains or carpets. We need to be diligent ion ensuring that the paschal and altar candles are extinguished at the end of services and we do not light candles on carpets or near hangings. As we place votive candles in pricket stands these may be left to burn out as we leave church but, please, please, please, do not place a votive candle on top of the plastic container of a spent candle, as the empty plastic container does melt and can catch fire. Please put the spent plastic container into the receptacle provided under the pricket stand, then place your votive candle on the vacated disc.

 

Monday 27th May St Joseph’s cemetery Mass at 11.00am. If wet the mass will be in St. Dunstan’s Church.

 

First Holy Communion Cards and gifts are now available from the piety stall.

 

Divine Mercy Devotions on the third Sunday of the month at 3.00pm

 

The lists for Candles at the shrines for 2019 are on the notice board in the Narthex. The candles cost £5 each and burn for a week. If you wish to nominate any for a loved one or specific intention, please place your donation in an envelope and give it to Fr. Glover with a note of which shrine you would like the candle lit at and the intention for which it is to be lit.

The Rosary is recited in Our Lady’s chapel following the 9.00am Mass on Wednesday.

St. Anne’s Book of Remembrance. At the Noon Mass on the first Saturday of each month I shall place “The Book of Remembrance” on the altar and the Mass will be offered for the souls of all those whose names are contained in the book. If you wish the name/s of members of your family recording in the book, please complete one of the slips that are available in the Narthex and return it to Fr. Glover with your donation. This will mean that your loved ones will be remembered at Mass each month, in addition to the masses you would normally ask to be offered on their anniversary or in memory of their birthday.

Entered in the book of remembrance under number:

Going into hospital? Don’t forget to inform Fr. Glover on 740 2448 who will advise the Catholic Chaplain or call the chaplain Fr. Matus on 834 4104.

Places in our school. It is essential that any catholic parent who wishes their child to have a place at our school registers them as soon as possible. PLEASE DO NOT WAIT UNTIL YOUR CHILD IS READY TO GO TO SCHOOL as you may find a place isn’t available. If you haven’t registered your child even if a place is available your child’s name and offer of a place will not have been passed to the local education authority by the school and subsequently a place at a non-Catholic school may be given.

 

Prayer Group Monday 7.30pm until 8.30pm.

 

The Candle at the Shrine of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour burns as a silent prayer for John Bradley Anniversary.

The Candle at the Sacred Heart burns as a silent prayer for Mary Gallagher.

The Candle at Our Lady of Lourdes burns as a silent prayer for John Jennings Anniversary.

 

Is God calling you to be one of His Priests? If you think He may be, have a word with Fr. Glover.

Copper Jar. There is a jar in the Narthex the contents of which are for church funds. We are collecting 1p, 2p and 5p pieces should you have any spare to place in it.

 

Retiring Collections during June are:

2nd Catholic Communications network.

9th Cornerstone Centre for the Homeless

16th Day for Life

23rd Caritas

30th Peter’s Pence

 

Of your Charity please pray for: –

The sick Fr. Michael Hoare, Canon Kevin Kenny, Fr, John Laide, Fr. Martin Magee, Fr. Vincent Cavey, Canon Paul Mitcheson, Josie Nickson, Ross Murphy, Andrew Sawdyke, Josie Lee, Mary Byrne, Angela Boucher, terry Brady

The Dead. Fr. Gerald Waterworth, Canon Michael Fitzpatrick, Fr. Martin Cunningham.