Sat Oct 29 – 5.45pm SI (Beck)
Sun Oct 30 – 9.00am Beryl Spivey RIP | 10.30am Parishioners
Mon Oct 31 – 9.15am SSCF
Tue Nov 1 – FEAST OF ALL SAINTS | 9.15am Parishioners | 7.00pm Exposition | 7.30pm PI
Wed Nov 2 – 9.15am Commemoration of all Faithful Departed
Thu Nov 3 – 9.15am Bernard Roges | St Winefride
Fri Nov 4 – 9.15am Ints Janet Norris | St Charles Borromeo
Sat Nov 5 – 10-10.30am Confessions and Exposition | 5.45pm SI (Beck)
Sun Nov 6 – 9.00am Parishioners | 10.30am Peter Verdin RIP
Please note that Tuesday is the feast of All Saints, (All Haloes, All Hallows, – Hallowevening – Halloween) and a Holyday of Obligation. There is an evening Mass at 7.30pm for those unable to come in the morning,
You are warmly invited to attend an information evening organised by the Society for the Protection of the Unborn Child, which will be held at Westleigh Parish Centre (St Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, 2 Bentinck Road, Altrincham WA14 2BP) on Monday 7 November at 7.30pm. Come along to hear about the wide-ranging work that SPUC is involved in locally, nationally, and internationally to protect women and unborn children from abortion. For further information, please contact SPUC Northern Information Officer, Terry Graham, on 07549 068226 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Mass on Wednesday morning will be offered for all the Holy Souls in purgatory. We can help them prepare for eternity.
“Your role and mission in the Church”
A day of reflection, prayer, fellowship, teaching, and workshops to help you know how you can use your gifts in the service of God and your neighbour. Run by the Diocesan Mission for Catechesis team and the Dominican Sisters of St Joseph, at St Alban’s Parish Hall, Macclesfield on Saturday 26 November from 10am -5pm. Please bring a packed lunch. To book, contact email@example.com
The theme of our readings is unmistakeably the goodness and mercy of God, who offers forgiveness to anyone who wishes to make a fresh start. We have this clearly stated in the Wisdom reading, and in the story of Zacchaeus, the little man Jesus noticed and offered his company and friendship to him. The reading from Paul to the people of Thessalonica comes from a time when apparently everyone believed that the second coming of Jesus was very soon. Paul tells them not to ‘jump the gun’.