27TH SUNDAY  IN  ORDINARY  TIME  (YEAR  C)
WEEK:  OCTOBER 6TH  - OCTOBER 12TH 2019

28TH   SUNDAY  IN  ORDINARY  TIME  (YEAR  C)

Were  not  all  ten  lepers  made  clean?  The  other  nine  where  are  they?”  And  he  said  to  the  man,  “Stand  up  and  go  on  your  way.  Your  faith  has  saved  you.”

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YOUR  CHARITABLE  PRAYERS are requested for our parishioners and friends, especially those whose names appear below.
SICK:  Sr. Catherine;   Vivien  Higgins;  Elizabeth  Flanagan;     Dominic  Boardman;   Andrea  Spencer;   Sarah  Bell;   Breda  Barret; Roy  Eaton;    Angela  Spencer;       Michael O’Connor;   Harry & Margaret  Lawless;   Lesley  Hayes;   Peter  Gartside; David  Daka;   John  Green;
Ann  Frost;    Barbara  Crowther;   Susan  Fox;   Irene  Xavier;   Nawaz  Aziz;   John  Worthington.   
LATELY  DEAD:   Sue  Boothroyd;   Nicholas  Baker;   Margaret  Millett;   Sheila  Rourke;   Janet  Ryan;   Giuseppi  Giordano;   Amelia  Mary  Savage.
ANNIVERSARIES:   John  Joceylin;   Robert  McFall;   Alice  Buckley;   Michael  Ruffle;     Fr.  Michael  Fleming;    Jack & Peggy  Reddish.      

BIRTHDAY  MEMORIES  of Nellie Hilton  and  Michael  Hywel.

COLLECTION:   Envelopes:    £641.90;    Loose    £366.62; Total:   £1,008.52. Thank you all for your continued generosity

DONATIONS  / COLLECTIONS:  many thanks for the following donations:
Redecoration  Fun d: £31.60;  £17.40;  £20.00;  £14.35 Gift Aided:  £0.00
CAFOD:  £19.01 and £10.00;  Oldham Food Bank £10.00;   Altar Flowers  £10.00;  Missio £7.24.   

PARISH  NEWS


“WHAT’S  ON”  THIS  WEEK”
TODAY:  Sacramental Programme celebration – Mass of Presentation at 10.00am in church.
ALSO,  Cardinal John Henry Newman will be canonised.

SMILE – A – WHILE
A man dies and arrives at Heaven. As he’s standing at the Pearly Gates, he notices a huge wall of clocks behind St. Peter. He asks, “What are all those clocks?” St. Peter replied, “Those are Lie Clocks. Every time someone tells a lie the hands on their clock move.” “Whose clock is that?” he says, pointing. “That’s Mother Teresa’s clock. It’s hands never moved,” says St. Peter. “Wow,” says the man. “And who’s clock is that?” “That’s Abraham Lincoln’s clock. It’s hands have only moved twice,” says St. Peter. “Where’s Boris Johnson’s clock,” asks the man. St Peter replies, “We’re using it as a ceiling fan!

FORTHCOMING  EVENTS
Please see the church notice board for further details of the following:

THIS  WEEK’S  FEASTS

ITEMS  FROM  THE  PARISH  TEAM  MEETING  HELD  IN  OCTOBER

“Stay With  Us  Lord  On  Our  Journey”

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