Church Bulletin 12.09.21

24th Sunday Year B

Who do you say Jesus is? There are many things we may have been told about Jesus

or heard about him in our lives, but there is no better way to get to know someone

than to spend time with them. Do I put aside time to be with him each day?

Is it long enough to hear him speaking into my heart and answer the questions I have?

We are in good company if not yet…“Have you been with me all this time (Philip) and you still do not know me.” Don’t forget we need a good dose of the Holy Spirit to enable us  to know him.

Who do you say Jesus is?

If you need to look up this week’s readings

Universalis in English https://universalis.com/20210912/mass.htm

or American with reflections

https://onlineministries.creighton.edu/CollaborativeMinistry/091221.html

Children’s Liturgy from Redemptorist Publication

or to catch up with previous weeks click hereè Watch Here ç

and scroll down

Have a blessed Week

Fr Nick

24th Sunday Year B

 

24th Sunday Year B

12th September 2021

Was it God’s doing that I could not find my mobile phone on Friday morning, sending Deacon Michael,

Sr Paschaline and myself into church to stream from there on YouTube? It set me thinking about

when to return to a full week of weekday Mass in our various parishes. Should we continue with Friday Mass in church after that one-off? Thank you to Patrick for the bulletin this weekend, to all who minister in the church

either daily, weekly or regularly on the various rotas. Your support is invaluable. This week we are all

invited to thank, and thank God for, our readers, those who have responded to The Call to Proclaim God’s Word.

We invite them to join us at Mass as we celebrate their ministry of proclaiming God’s Word and ask them to

commit themselves again to this important service. They are an important link in our having an attempt at an answer

to Jesus’ question: Who do YOU say I am?

Environment in preparation for UN Climate Change Conference Cop 26 Summit

Youth Village. Please observe the poster for the Diocesan Environmental Group advertising the conference at the Emmaus Youth Village  next Saturday. Booking was due yesterday but if you would like to go book asap

  • Crook: Season of Creation, Wear Valley Justice and peace service 3 October 2021 at 3.00pm Our Lady Immaculate and St Cuthbert’s hopefully at the Peace Tree ,

Road Safety.  Information has reached us that additional housing is to be built near the bridge at the bottom of the road. In order to facilitate access 6 parking spaces will be lost, adding to the volume of parked cars on Church Hill. As we already have a road survey on the “Bank” because of people’s concerns about parking, speed of vehicles on a narrow road, safety of school children and other road users (including animals), single vehicle bridge, narrow footpaths causing pedestrians to cross back and forth, and so on we are concerned that this additional burden on parking will add to the already unsatisfactory conditions. Whilst the official deadline for consultation was 10th September, so too late to process a petition, I am sure any objections will still be listened to if we are quick. Objections should be raised with Rebecca Taylor at Durham County Council Planning Office planning@durham.gov.uk Ref DM/21/02191. re Proposed Outline Planning for 3 no. dwellings DL15 9BJ/ Weardale Building Services

Our second collection this weekend is for the Catholic Education Service. Please support so they

can support us. Next week is Home Mission Sunday.

 

 

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Church Bulletin 12.09.21

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