Mass & Service Times for the coming week
Monday no mass
Tuesday 9:15am Mass in St Edmund's School
Wednesday 9:15am Mass in Church
Thursday 9:15am Mass in St Malachy's Church
Friday 9:15am Mass in St Bridget's room
Confessions directly after Saturday Mass
Weekend Mass times
Saturday 6:30pm St Malachy’s
Sunday 9:30am Mass St Patrick’s
Sunday 11:30am Mass in Sign Language
Martin Buluba Kabengwe
Arthur Carroll (Bir)
Marie Fagan (Bir)
Walten & Teresa O’Brien
Andy & Amy Grimshaw
Pauline O’Hara (Bir)
John O’Connor (S)
Have you ever wanted to learn sign language? Once we get the hour back, and the evenings are lighter, I intend to run a series of classes in sign language. If you know anyone who might be interested in this class, which will be at about 7:30 in the evening, not yet sure of the day, would you please let them know that this class will be starting in the early Spring.
There has been quite a lot of interest in this course - so watch this space. I will give you plenty of warning as to the start date.
On Monday, our school children return after their Christmas break. We wish them well in the new term and hope they continue to strive to do the best they can.
Please join us at St Mary's Levenshulme every 3rd Sunday of the month at 7:30pm for Mass, mutual support and speaker-led discussions. For more information please see the poster at the back of the church.
I know it is a hassle, but they take only one minute to fill in.
If you are a tax payer and would like to sign into the “Gift Aid” scheme, please will you also take a form. For every £1 You give, we are able to reclaim an extra 25 pence. This might not seem like much, but to both parishes this year it is £3564, and across the diocese it is worth tens of thousands. Please do consider joining the scheme.
It is not often we get something for nothing, especially from the tax man!
O God, your Son accepted our sufferings to teach us the virtue of patience in human illness. Hear the prayers we offer for our sick brothers and sisters. May all who suffer pain, illness or disease realise that they are chosen to be saints, and know that they