St. Augustine's Newsletter
29 December 2013
Holy Family of Jesus,
Mary & Joseph
- Divine Office Psalter Week
Masses this week:
28th Saturday 6.30 pm Bridie
McAndrew (Months Mind)
29th Sunday 10.30 am Dorothy
& Nanya Oboite (Ints)
30th Monday 12.45 pm REQUIEM
MASS: John Paul Kerrigan
31st Tuesday 7.30 pm Juanita
1st Wednesday 7.30 pm Mary, Mother
of God Ints Leo & Irene Fernandes
2nd Thursday 9.00 am St. Basil
the Great & St. Gregory Nazianzen, Bishops
Chrissie Johnson (Birthday Memories)
3rd Friday 9.00 am Holy Souls
4th Saturday10.00 am
Vigil Mass 6.30 pm St. Elizabeth
Bridie Joyce/ Eileen Costello Ints. People of the Parish
5th Sunday 10.30 am Eileen Boardman
(105th Birthday Congratulations)
Daily Mass Readings click on
when major feasts differ from U.S.A
Adoration of the Blessed
Sacrament: Monday to Saturday morning for half an hour
Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession):
During Exposition or on request.
INTENTIONS: Lately Dead: Rose
Daily, Pat Queenan (2), Charles Dixon, John Paul Kerrigan
(2), John Sweeney, Benjamin Akhalu. Anniversaries: Margaret
Lassche (2). Others: Bridie McAndrew (Months Mind, 2).
Christmas Mass Bouquets: Margaret McCavera, Leo & Irene
Fernandes, Bridie, Joyce & Eileen Costello, ODonald
Family, Kate, Tom, Michael & Anthony McAndrew, Mary Dempsey,
Theresa Waldron & the late Joe, Margaret OReilly
& the late Pat, Anne & John Torley, Maggie & Anne
McNerney, Doreen & Tom OReilly, Maureen McCabe &
Prayer List: John Taylor, Memory
Malisita, Jacqueline Ward, Audrey Mizzi, Maggie McCavera,
Dennis Rowe, Bill Clarke, Eileen Winn, Kyle Jones, Anne Cunningham,
Theresa Waldron, Doreen OReilly, Richard Conway, Alicia
Aravena Cabrera, Joseph & Mary Atkin, Gerald Griffin,
Camalie St Ange. For healing in mind or body, exams, job interviews,
Visiting: Please let Father Jonathan
know of anyone who needs a visit. He thanks those who have
invited him round for a meal. It is always good to join a
family around the table.
£200.65 Sunday £443.27 Total £643.92
Indian Community £50.00 Childrens Carol Service
Mission Boxes: £77.20 Thank you.
ATTENDANCE: Saturday: 140 Sunday:
Many thanks to you for
your generosity this Christmas. To press I will have
to declare £1,200 on my tax form. Thanks for the bottles
and gifts too. A surprise coin in the collection was a penny
dated from 1927. Either someone has opened their purse for
the first time in a while or they simply wanted to raise a
smile. Thanks again.
28th Dec Divine Mercy 8-9pm Our
31st Dec Cross Over Night with
Mass Holy Rosary Church 10pm 2.00am
01st Jan 7.30 pm Mass to Ring
in the New Year
Welcome to New Parishioners:
Saint Augustines benefits from the diversity of people
who feel they belong here. Many parts of the world are represented.
New faces are always welcome.
Tanzania & Peru Christmas
Appeal: Winning Raffle Tickets: Congratulations!
Yellow 169 White/Grey 248 White/Green 98 Yellow 292 Yellow
White/ Green 203 Pink 108 White/Green 300 Pink 131 White/
There are various prizes waiting for collection.
Feast of the Epiphany:
Second Collection for our Mission Outreach.
Epiphany means Proclamation.
All People are to hear the word of the Lord and are accepted
into Gods family.
No doubt some of you will feel spent up after
Alternatively, you might start the New Year with a gift to
help others make the most of their lives.
No one should feel under any obligation to donate to our projects
Africa and Latin America next week.
Those who choose to can feel confident that their gift will
go immediately to aid
People in Tanzania and Peru so that they can start the
New year as well as we can ourselves.
Mission Outreach Appeal
Fayre: Sunday 23rd February.
St. Augustines Primary
School Admissions: The school has to receive applications
for admission to Reception next September by mid January.
Start filling in the forms
Cooperative Supermarket, Roundhay
if you shop at this store, please help our Monday Club obtain
a grant by placing your tokens received at the till in the
box provided. A co-op card is needed.
SVP Clothing Bank: Those who
have received new clothes this Christmas could unclutter their
wardrobes of last years fashion items .
Church Heating: Despite recent
slight improvements, the church will get chilly this winter.
Prepare well for church and wrap up to keep toasty. Cushions
welcome. At least our hearts can be on fire
Saint Gemmas: The hospice
will convert your British & foreign stamps and currency
into professional nursing care. We could all need it one day.
See Fr. Jonathan or use the box at the back.
Leeds Church Institute: P/T Reception
& Conference Administrator vacancy. Fr. Jonathan for details.
Please keep bringing in dry
food for PAFRAS. Thanks again.
Let us pray for Gods Blessing on the year ahead.
Happy New Year 2014
Have a great week!