BULLETIN 29.01.2012

S. Teresa's Catholic Church
Parkfield, Wolverhampton, tel.: 01902 – 421676
R.C. Archdiocese of Birmingham – Registered Charity No. 234216
e-mail: ssmaryandjohn@btinternet.com; www.steresa.co.uk
Priests: Fr. Kazimierz Stefek, Fr. Przemek Sobczak,
Fr. Dawid Piskorz & Bro Rafał Smaga (all OSPPE)


SUNDAY January 29th: Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
5pm. Vigil: Parishioners
9am: Tony Wall RIP
January 31st
4.30pm: Reception of the body of Mary P Hall RIP
February 1st
1 pm: Funeral service: Mary P Hall RIP
FRIDAY February 3rd; First Friday
5pm: Ruth & Willis Grey RIP
February 4th
4.30-4.45pm: Confessions
pm. Vigil: Parishioners
February 5th; Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
9am: Maureen Millard RIP


SAT (VIGIL) 5pm: This week: Michelle & Michael DiBernardo
                            Next week: A Collier
SUN 9am: This week: P Wall
                 Next week: S Mason & B Mason


SAT (VIGIL) 5pm: This week: A Collier
                            Next week: D Millard
SUN 9am: This week: M Holloway
                 Next week:
S Cooke


This week: C Bennett & H Maddocks
Next week: P Hunt & Fr Dawid

Second Collection
: Church Maintenance. Next Week: Catholic Education Service.

Dear Lord in your great compassion and love, we ask you to lay your healing hands on the sick of our Parish and all our loved ones: Patrick O’Connor, Margaret Davies, Phyllis Marion Coen, Margaret Lunn, Frances Page, Mary Cole, Pat Burton, Josie Hickens, Sam Davies, G Alltree, Alex Blunt, Mary Hickman, Ann Lynch, Michael McMahon, Pauline Lewis, Michael Hawley, Edna Peek, Margaret Rushbury, Anthony Hughes, Margaret Cox, George Dillon, Mrs. Clifford, Tony Johnson, Teresa Shield, Vera Plimmer, Barry Stobart, John Fellows, Stephen Bould, Irene Boyle, Teresa Hale.

Eternal Rest Grant Unto: Mary Hall who died recently please pray for her and her family, also for Arthur Lea, Michael Harris, Mary George, Mary Morgan, Rose Griffiths, Joe O'Connor, Herbert Lloyd, Julia Mason, Alice Jones, Mary Evans, Joseph Forrester, Kath Latham, Bernadette McGuiness, Thomas Henry Bryant and all whose anniversaries occur around this time.

Collection Last Week: 1st Cov £116 1st Loose £83.46p 2nd Cov £30.50p
                                     2nd Loose £42.41p Flowers £8.29p.  . Thank You.

Confessions, SS Mary & John. Are on Friday 11-11.45am & Saturday 10-10.30am.

Mass Times for SS Mary & John’s Weekday masses: Mon, Tues, Wed,  Thurs 10am.  Fri 12 noon. Sat 9.30am.

31 Day Club: Prayers for vocations for the priesthood and religious life, please choose a day and sign the calendar. Take a prayer card, this will mean a prayer for vocations is said in the parish each day.

Stamps: Please collect your old used postage stamps and put them in the box at the back of church. Thank You.

IF YOU WISH A MASS TO BE SAID for either a relative or a friend, living or deceased, please see one of the priests.

RECENTLY DIED. Please remember in your prayers Mary Philomena Hall who died recently. Funeral Service for the Late Mary P. Hall will take place at St. Teresa’s church on Wednesday 1st February at 1.00 pm followed by the burial at Beacon Hill Cemetery.  Reception of her body to the church will be on Tuesday 31st January at 4.30 pm. May her soul and the souls of all the faithful departed rest in peace. Amen.

XX WORLD DAY OF THE SICK. Since 1992, the Catholic Church has celebrated World Day of the Sick on February 11, the day on which the Church commemorates the feast of Our Lady of Lourdes. World Day of the Sick has three consistent themes: 1) It reminds the faithful to pray intensely and sincerely for those who are sick and elderly. 2) The celebration invites Christians to reflect on and respond to human suffering. 3) This day recognizes and honours all persons who work in health care and serve us.
We would like to invite all sick people, and those who suffer, or are afflicted by any form of infirmity, and those who take care of them in various ways, to SS. Mary and John church on Sunday 11th February at 4pm for a special Mass during which the Sacrament of the Sick will be celebrated. After Mass we will be praying the Holy Rosary, and offering it for all the sick and those that care for them, in front of the Exposed Blessed Sacrament. The Lourdes Blessing will finish our celebration.

Please inform all those that are sick and housebound, including your family members and neighbours about this event and please help them to get to Church.