Sacred Heart & St Pius Xth, Clifton Diocese
Sacred Heart & St Pius Xth, Clifton Diocese

32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time - Yr C

Mass:     9am Sacred Heart         10:30am St Pius Xth                             10th November 2019

Monday 11th

St. Martin of Tours. Bishop

9.30am

Communion Service

St Pius Xth

 

    Tuesday 12th

St. Josaphat, Bishop & Martyr

6.00pm

Mass

Emmaus House

 Wednesday 13th

Weekday in Ordinary Time

 

 

 

     Thursday 14th

Beatified Martyrs of the Diocese

 

 

 

          Friday 15th

Weekday in Ordinary Time

9.15am

9.30am

Morning Prayer

Mass

St Pius Xth

 

Saturday 16th   

St. Edmund of Abingdon. Bishop

 

 

 

        Sunday 17th

THIRTY THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

9.00am

10.30am

Mass

Mass

Sacred Heart

    St Pius Xth

Diocesan Prayer Link: We pray for Canon David Ryan and the parishioners of St. John the Evangelist. Bath.                                                 

O God of all the living, in the resurrection of Christ Jesus

you have given us the life which even death cannot destroy.

Remember your unshakable promise and

strengthen us to live in this world as your new creation.

We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son who lives and reigns

with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, God for ever and ever. Amen.

 

PRAYERS PLEASE: † For our sick: Maria Barrett, Amelia Bill, Carol Blackmore, John Boyes,

Phil Bray, Bridget Brimble, Hilary Cockhill, Jerry Coles, Jamie Collins, Bethany Coombes,

Carmel Cregg, Mary Daly, Joan Hogarth, Terry Lias, June Hurley, Julian Kinsey, Luna Lisle,

Kay Lyons, Gary McQuaid, Tracey Matthews, Paul Millar, Joan Murphy, Mary Peacock, Breda Ross, John Ryalls, Meg Ryan, Elaine Spicer, Kate Sutor, Harriet Wallace.

†Rip: Ellen Young (12.30pm Tuesday 26th November at St Pius Xth),

Franco Minervini, Bernie Woods, Dan Kelly.                                                                   

†Anniversaries: Anthony Quinn, Helen Doyle, Irene Kilbane, Filippo Maniglin, Maureen Fitzgerald,

Martin Maher, Harry Spring, Michael Cain, Nancy Stafford.

 

YEAR OF PRAYER: November is traditionally the month when the Church reflects on the significance of people we have loved and who have died. Specifically, this weekend, we remember all those who have died in war. Fundamental to our Christian belief is that Jesus rose from the dead.  Alongside this we believe and trust that after our own death we will rise again. The Sadducees did not believe in the resurrection and so tried to ridicule belief in it. Jesus cuts through their question highlighting that God is a God of the living not of the dead. This certainty of faith gives meaning to our own life and enables us to trust that we will meet again those we love and have lost, not on this earth, but in the fullness of life with God.

BAPTISM: We welcome Pasquale de Martino into the faith family of the Church. Please keep him, his family and friends in your prayers on this special day.

COMMISONING OF SCHOOL CHAPLAINCY: Our children are getting very excited to meet the Bishop at this special celebration of Mass on Wednesday 13th November.

CATHOLIC EDUCATION OPEN EVENT: St Brendan’s: 5pm- 8pm Wednesday 20th November.

YEAR OF COMMUNION LAUNCH: Bishop Declan invites us to a celebration of Evening Prayer during which he will present to each parish the resources for the Year of Communion starting Sunday 1 December. 7pm Friday 22 November in our Cathedral.

CLIFTON DIOCESE YOUTH GATHERING: Themed Significance. Come to hear about some of the exciting things happening in light of the Youth Synod and about the Faith In Action Award at    St Bede’s College, Lawrence Weston, Bristol. 11am – 4pm Saturday 23rd November. If we have enough young people, we will sort out a minibus from St Pius Xth. See Debbie ASAP.

EXPLORING ST MATTHEW: As we prepare for a new liturgical year, John Huntriss will deepen our understanding of the Jesus we encounter in St Matthew’s Gospel. Next session: Matthew’s Infancy Narratives. 7.30pm-9pm Wednesday 27th November, Emmaus House, BS14 0QN.

APPROACHING ADVENT: These scripture & prayer days held at Emmaus House aim to allow people time for biblical input, individual reflection and celebration of the Eucharist. 10am – 3pm Saturday 30th November. Bring your own lunch. Donations to Emmaus House welcomed.

TAIZE EVENING: Our friends from Churches Together in Hartcliffe & Withywood will be joining us as we pray for the needs of this part of the city. 6pm Sunday 1st December at St Pius Xth.

READERS RENDEZVOUS: 10.30 - 12.30 Saturday 7th December at Emmaus House. A good training opportunity for Readers from the Deanery to develop their Ministry and learn more about proclaiming the Word of the Lord to God’s Holy People.

CARPENTERS FOOD & SUPPORT: 45 people given 411.185kgs, 945 meals! 284kg donated

We are very low on toilet roll, shower gel and UHT Milk. Thank you for all your donations.

ST PIUS XTH FINANCE TEAM – WE STILL HAVE ROOM: Please do consider whether this role which only involves 3 to 4 meetings a year could be for you. If interested, see Deacon Mark.

PRAYER BUDDIES: Would you like to partner with someone who promises to pray for you and to whom you would feel free to speak to about spiritual matters sharing the riches that we each receive from our Lord? If you would like to be a companion in this way, please use the sign-up sheet on the noticeboard.

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The Parish Office

c/o St Pius X Catholic Church
Gatehouse Avenue
Bristol BS13 9AB

 

Open: Mon - Fri   09:30-14:30
Tel: 0117 9646922

 

Out of hours:  0772 9833 779

 

E-mail: debbie.forge@cliftondiocese.com

 

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