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Last Updated: Sunday, 18 February 2018 11:22

 

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Sunday 18 February 2018 - 1st Sunday of Lent [B]

Parish Bulletin

 
 

“The time has come’ he said ‘and the kingdom of God is close at hand.”
 

 

 

Mark begins his Gospel with a flurry of witnesses to the truth of Jesus and his mission among us. His account of Jesus in the wilderness is very succinct in comparison with the other Gospel accounts. There are no details of the individual temptations Jesus undergoes. There is a sense of urgency and power. The Spirit, who has descended on him in the form of a dove at his baptism, immediately drives him into the wilderness. This desert is not just a place of individual testing. It is where the wild beasts hold sway. It is where the battle takes place between the powers of good and evil. Jesus is not left alone in this warfare, for he has the protective shield of the angels. Throughout his public life of preaching and healing, Jesus will appear as a strong and active person, very much in charge of his destiny. At the end of his life, once Judas has handed him over to his executioners, he will be once again in the wilderness, and he will be totally passive as he is cursed and maltreated by his persecutors. As he begins his public career, we gain a hint of this possibility, as he begins his proclamation at the very point his precursor John, another witness, has been arrested. Jesus now becomes his own witness. The time has come for all the prophecies to be fulfilled. God through Jesus is once again asserting authority in the world.

The Living Word


           

 

 

PARISH EVENTS

MINI VINNIE’S COFFEE MORNING
Our next coffee morning will be on Sunday 25th February straight after Mass.
There will be tea, coffee, biscuits, juice and some of the Mini Vinnies have been putting their baking skills to good use! We look forward to seeing you all there. Remember all proceeds go to Guide Dogs North East.

‘GIVING UP SOMETHING DURING LENT’
Traditionally the Church has encouraged the disciplines of prayer, fasting and almsgiving in Lent. Fasting does not necessarily mean giving up food; we can also “fast” by not using social media for a time or by making the effort not to complain about things that happen to you. Each week during Lent there will be suggestions for “fasting”, one for each day of that week, included in the parish bulletin. There will also be some copies for the whole of Lent at the back of church.
 

19th Feb Monday Think big: be awed by the vastness and possibilities of God’s creation.
  20th Feb Tuesday Think small: make an effort to see small things you’ve never noticed.
  21st Feb Wednesday Read a chapter of the Bible today.
  22nd Feb Thursday Fast from junk food.
  23rd Feb Friday Eat only cold meals today.
  24th Feb Saturday Volunteer some time helping at a charity or helping a neighbour.


‘A JOURNEY THROUGH LENT’
An opportunity for prayer, reflection and discussion of the Gospel of each Sunday through Lent. All welcome.
Wednesdays: February 21st & 28th; March 7th, 14th & 21st; and April 4th. 7-8pm.
 

CHILDREN’S LITURGY VOLUNTEERS
We would like to extend Children's Liturgy so that it can run every Sunday during the 9.30am Mass. In order to do this we need a few more adult volunteers. We now have four leaders, but to comply with safeguarding regulations we need one other adult to work alongside each leader. (Just to support them - don't worry you wouldn't have to lead the session!) You would only be required to help out one Sunday each month. If anyone would like to support this valuable liturgy experience for our children, please speak to Sue, Theresa or Leigh-anne. Many thanks

 

DIOCESAN EVENTS

 

INVITATION TO YOUTH MINISTRY MEETING ON SUNDAY 25TH FEBRUARY
All parishioners who are concerned about how we can support young people on their faith journey are invited to a co-workers’ gathering at the Emmaus Village on Sunday February 25th at 3.00pm. (Tea, coffee and cake served from 2.15pm). There are a number of opportunities that YMT will share with you and this will also be a time to share good practice and network with other parts of the diocese. Please let YMT know if you are coming on 01207 592 244 or admin@ymt.org

UPCOMING COURSES FOR NEW EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS & NEW SACRISTANS
New Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion…
- Monday 19th & Monday 26th February 2018 from 7:00pm-9:00pm
- Saturday 3rd March 2018 from 10:30am-4:00pm with the commissioning Mass at 3:00pm
- Cost £15.00
- St. Joseph’s, Walker Terrace, Gateshead, NE8 1LX
 

New Sacristans…
- Tuesday 6th March 2018 from 10:00am-3:00pm
- Includes Mass with Blessing of Sacristans at 12:15pm
- Cost £7.50
- St. Bede’s Hall, St. John’s Terrace, Jarrow, NE32 3LX
Attendance at all sessions is necessary in order to be commissioned.
 

Sign up sheets are displayed at the back of Church.
Please book early as places are limited.


 

Information

GOING INTO HOSPITAL?
All calls for the Newcastle Hospitals can be made to St Andrew's Church, Worswick Street, 0191 232 1892

 

 

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Sunday 11 February 2018 - 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time [B]

Parish Bulletin

 
 

“May their voice be our voice, their cry our cry.”
 

 

 

Under the law, a leper was forbidden to approach anyone, but this one approaches Jesus. Perhaps he thinks he has nothing to lose: he’s already as good as dead, a non-person cut off from all human contact. He comes up to Jesus, drops to his knees and says, “If you want to, you can cure me.” Jesus does the unthinkable and touches him, saying, “Of course I want to! Be cured!” Mark says Jesus felt sorry for him: the original Greek word means that he felt great compassion. Many things happen in this story. First, the man is made clean, and Jesus, conscious of what the law required for the man to be declared free from leprosy, tells him to go and show himself to the priest, making the offering prescribed by Moses as evidence of his recovery. It’s not stated what this offering would have been, but presumably once the priest had declared a leper clean, the sight of the victim offering sacrifice in the Temple proved that he or she had been pronounced cured. Jesus tells this man to say nothing about this to anyone, but just as the visible testimony of his cure was evident, so now is his verbal acknowledgement of Jesus’ power testimony of God’s work. The man recently cut off from all human contact is now publicly holding court at the heart of the community from which he was once excluded. Jesus, however, now has to stay outside the town, where there are no others. The one who cleansed the leper takes the place of the one he cleansed. Role reversal indeed.

The Living Word


           

 

 

PARISH EVENTS


CHURCH ACTION ON POVERTY SUNDAY 11TH FEBRUARY
Church Action on Poverty Sunday is about celebrating the hope that we can create when we listen to people on the margins of society. As Christians we are called to follow Jesus’ example: to listen to voices from the margins and make them heard, so that things can change.
On Friday 9th February we will join with years 5 and 6 from St Bede’s Primary School for a special Mass at 9.30am. Pupils and parishioners are asked to donate tins of food or soup to take to local food banks and/or The Peoples’ Kitchen. Donations can also be made at Mass on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th February.


THE LITURGY COMMITTEE
The next Liturgy Committee meeting is Thursday 15th February at 7pm, in the Parish Meeting Room. All are most welcome.

SRI LANKA FUNDRAISING
Ellen is having a final fundraising event for Sri Lanka. She is hosting tea & coffee, a cake stall, tombola & raffle after Mass on Saturday 17th & Sunday 18th February. Donations for cake stall or tombola very welcome.

 

‘GIVING UP SOMETHING DURING LENT’
Traditionally the Church has encouraged the disciplines of prayer, fasting and almsgiving in Lent. Fasting does not necessarily mean giving up food; we can also “fast” by not using social media for a time or by making the effort not to complain about things that happen to you. Each week during Lent there will be suggestions for “fasting”, one for each day of that week, included in the parish bulletin. There will also be some copies for the whole of Lent at the back of church.
 

14th Feb Ash Wednesday Fast from using one of your gadgets or social media.
  15th Feb Thursday List 10 things you’re grateful for.
  16th Feb Friday Save your change for a week and donate to charity.
  17th Feb Saturday Spend 10 minutes in meditation or other prayer.


‘A JOURNEY THROUGH LENT’
An opportunity for prayer, reflection and discussion of the Gospel of each Sunday through Lent. All welcome.
Wednesdays: February 21st & 28th; March 7th, 14th & 21st; and April 4th. 7-8pm.
 

CHILDREN’S LITURGY VOLUNTEERS
We would like to extend Children's Liturgy so that it can run every Sunday during the 9.30am Mass. In order to do this we need a few more adult volunteers. We now have four leaders, but to comply with safeguarding regulations we need one other adult to work alongside each leader. (Just to support them - don't worry you wouldn't have to lead the session!) You would only be required to help out one Sunday each month. If anyone would like to support this valuable liturgy experience for our children, please speak to Sue, Theresa or Leigh-anne. Many thanks

 

DIOCESAN EVENTS


UPCOMING COURSES FOR NEW EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS & NEW SACRISTANS
New Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion…
- Monday 19th & Monday 26th February 2018 from 7:00pm-9:00pm
- Saturday 3rd March 2018 from 10:30am-4:00pm with the commissioning Mass at 3:00pm
- Cost £15.00
- St. Joseph’s, Walker Terrace, Gateshead, NE8 1LX
New Sacristans…
- Tuesday 6th March 2018 from 10:00am-3:00pm
- Includes Mass with Blessing of Sacristans at 12:15pm
- Cost £7.50
- St. Bede’s Hall, St. John’s Terrace, Jarrow, NE32 3LX
Attendance at all sessions is necessary in order to be commissioned.
Sign up sheets are displayed at the back of Church.
Please book early as places are limited.


 

Information

GOING INTO HOSPITAL?
All calls for the Newcastle Hospitals can be made to St Andrew's Church, Worswick Street, 0191 232 1892

 

 

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Sunday 4 February 2018 - 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time [B]

Parish Bulletin

 
 

“May their voice be our voice, their cry our cry.”
 

 

 

Job, in today’s first reading, does not seem able to pray like that, with hope. He is feeling the misery of the world. He is pessimistic about life. For most people it is sheer drudgery. In his sickness he lies on his bed and feels a terrible restlessness as he waits for morning and then frets till evening falls. And when we turn to the Gospel we see how the crowds who suffer like Job are drawn out of their despair by the healing touch of Jesus. Here is a light in the gloom. Jesus has announced the kingdom and is now healing sick people and casting out devils from those who are possessed. This is exactly why he has come – to preach a message of hope to a suffering world. Jesus teaches but so often he has to reach out to touch the sick people who are pressing about him for healing. Much of Mark’s Gospel is taken up with his miracles of healing because this is what a wounded world demands. Some are dramatic exorcisms but others, as we hear today, are small, more domestic cures. In Simon’s house he goes to the disciple’s mother-in-law, lying with fever on her bed. He takes her by the hand, helps her up and she is healed and given new hope. But Jesus does not want to be seen just as a wonder-worker. His healing goes deeper. He forgives sin and heals spiritual sickness. And then at the end of his life he shares our suffering by identifying with those who are poor and outsiders. He undergoes their fate by being crucified between two criminals. It is only on the cross after he has suffered that Jesus will gain the full recognition of being both Messiah and Son of God.

The Living Word


           

 

 

PARISH EVENTS

CHILDREN’S LITURGY VOLUNTEERS
We would like to extend Children's Liturgy so that it can run every Sunday during the 9.30am Mass. In order to do this we need a few more adult volunteers. We now have four leaders, but to comply with safeguarding regulations we need one other adult to work alongside each leader. (Just to support them - don't worry you wouldn't have to lead the session!) You would only be required to help out one Sunday each month. If anyone would like to support this valuable liturgy experience for our children, please speak to Sue, Theresa or Leigh-anne. Many thanks

PARTNERSHIP DEVELOPMENT GROUP
The next meeting of the Partnership Development Group is on Tuesday 6th February. The discussion will focus on: Planning Activities…
- All Sub groups to issue plans for 2018.
- Setting timelines.
- Looking at strategy.
- Considering PDG Events.
- Add ‘Blackfriars 2’ to newsletter and websites as opposed to FTiH.
If you wish any item for discussion to be taken to the meeting, then email info@stbedesnewcastle.co.uk. Please include ‘PDG for the attention of Phil Baxter’ in the subject line. Many thanks.

CHURCH ACTION ON POVERTY SUNDAY 11TH FEBRUARY
Church Action on Poverty Sunday is about celebrating the hope that we can create when we listen to people on the margins of society. As Christians we are called to follow Jesus’ example: to listen to voices from the margins and make them heard, so that things can change.
On Friday 9th February we will join with years 5 and 6 from St Bede’s Primary School for a special Mass at 9.30am. Pupils and parishioners are asked to donate tins of food or soup to take to local food banks and/or The Peoples’ Kitchen. Donations can also be made at Mass on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th February.

THE LITURGY COMMITTEE
The next Liturgy Committee meeting is Thursday 15th February at 7pm, in the Parish Meeting Room. All are most welcome.

SRI LANKA FUNDRAISING
Ellen is having a final fundraising event for Sri Lanka. She is hosting tea & coffee, a cake stall, tombola & raffle after Mass on Saturday 17th & Sunday 18th February. Donations for cake stall or tombola very welcome.
 

DIOCESAN EVENTS


CCRS SPECIALIST PARISH CATECHESIS MODULE

- Dates: Saturday 17th and 24th March 2018
- Time: 9.30am – 3.30pm
- Venue: St Cuthbert’s House, West Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE15 7PY
- Buffet lunch is provided both days
- Cost: £120.00 (waged) and £60.00 (unwaged). Applicants intending to engage, or already engaged, in local parish ministry may find their parish willing to assist with the course fee.
Please contact your parish priest for further information. The purpose of this module is to enable participants to gain an understanding of parish catechesis and to develop approaches to working within a parish setting. It offers an introduction to the theology, principles and goals of parish catechesis. Please contact Eamonn Diffley no later than Friday 2nd March 2018 at eamonn.diffley@diocesehn.org.uk or telephone 0191 243 3313 to book or for more information.

UPCOMING COURSES FOR NEW EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS & NEW SACRISTANS
New Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion…
- Monday 19th & Monday 26th February 2018 from 7:00pm-9:00pm
- Saturday 3rd March 2018 from 10:30am-4:00pm with the commissioning Mass at 3:00pm
- Cost £15.00
- St. Joseph’s, Walker Terrace, Gateshead, NE8 1LX
New Sacristans…
- Tuesday 6th March 2018 from 10:00am-3:00pm
- Includes Mass with Blessing of Sacristans at 12:15pm
- Cost £7.50
- St. Bede’s Hall, St. John’s Terrace, Jarrow, NE32 3LX
Attendance at all sessions is necessary in order to be commissioned.
Sign up sheets are displayed at the back of Church.
Please book early as places are limited.


 

Information

GOING INTO HOSPITAL?
All calls for the Newcastle Hospitals can be made to St Andrew's Church, Worswick Street, 0191 232 1892

 

 

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Sunday 28 January 2018 - 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time [B]

Parish Bulletin

 
 

“Be quiet! Come out of him!”
 

 

 

In the synagogue at Capernaum Jesus begins to speak. He makes his voice heard for the first time as a preacher and teacher and healer. The listening people, who are experts on voices – after all, they spend their life listening to preachers and teachers – quickly recognise that this voice is something new. This is not one of the regulars, quoting scripture and rabbinic authority to deliver a sermon, good as that may be. This voice and the man it belongs to are something entirely new. They are deeply impressed. That morning in the synagogue there is a man who is very disturbed and who begins to shout and disrupt proceedings. Not only is the man a troubled soul, but he recognises that this Jesus is a powerful man, a man who is able to deal with his troubled mind. Fearful of what might happen to him – he is accustomed to his wilful ways – he begins to shout at Jesus to ward him off. In response Jesus, by the power of his word, his voice, quietens the demon of torment and brings the grace of calmness and peace to that person. The voice that speaks to teach us is also the voice that speaks to heal us. In a world of so many voices raised and often shouting, in a world where human suffering and torment are rampant, here is something new and with authority behind it. No wonder the fame of Jesus spread.

The Living Word


           

 

 

PARISH EVENTS

YEAR 3 SCHOOL MASS
On Wednesday 31st January the Year 3 Pupils from St. Bede’s will be leading Mass in Church. Although this is a school Mass all parishioners would be very welcome.

CHILDREN’S LITURGY VOLUNTEERS
We would like to extend Children's Liturgy so that it can run every Sunday during the 9.30am Mass. In order to do this we need a few more adult volunteers. We now have four leaders, but to comply with safeguarding regulations we need one other adult to work alongside each leader. (Just to support them - don't worry you wouldn't have to lead the session!) You would only be required to help out one Sunday each month. If anyone would like to support this valuable liturgy experience for our children, please speak to Sue, Theresa or Leigh-anne. Many thanks

FURNITURE NEEDED
Thank you to those who have recently supported one of our families in the parish with various things to equip a home. If there is anyone with some unwanted wardrobes going spare, please get in touch with either Fr Simon or Rachel in the Office. Many thanks in advance.
 

DIOCESAN EVENTS

 

VACANCIES
- Youth Ministry Co-ordinator, partnerships of Brinkburn and Heavenfield, Northumberland, full-time, 3 year fixed term contract. Closing date: 2 February.
- Parish Secretary, Our Lady and St Columba, Wallsend, 10 hours per week, 12 month fixed term contract. Closing date: 31 January.
- Parish Secretary, St Mary and St Wilfrid, Bishop Auckland, 10 hours per week, 12 month fixed term contract. Closing date: 30 January.
For further information and details of how to apply please visit our website www.rcdhn.org.uk or contact us on 0191 243 3301 or human.resources@diocesehn.org.uk
 

RC CHAPLAIN POST AT HMP DURHAM
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A Chaplaincy job in an establishment which provides pastoral and faith specific care to prisoners and staff. The minimum qualification for this post is normally the Catholic Certificate in Religious Studies.
- 37 hour working week - this role requires working regular unsocial hours
- Salary: £25,920 - £29,176
- Closing date for application is 30th January 2018.
Further details can be found at: https://justicejobs.tal.net/vx/lang-en-GB/mobile-0/appcentre-1/brand-2/candidate/so/pm/1/pl/3/opp/15634-15634-Roman-Catholic-Ordained-Priest-Roman-Catholic-Ordained-Deacon-Brother-Sister-Lay-Person/en-GB

CCRS SPECIALIST PARISH CATECHESIS MODULE

- Dates: Saturday 17th and 24th March 2018
- Time: 9.30am – 3.30pm
- Venue: St Cuthbert’s House, West Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE15 7PY
- Buffet lunch is provided both days
- Cost: £120.00 (waged) and £60.00 (unwaged). Applicants intending to engage, or already engaged, in local parish ministry may find their parish willing to assist with the course fee.
Please contact your parish priest for further information. The purpose of this module is to enable participants to gain an understanding of parish catechesis and to develop approaches to working within a parish setting. It offers an introduction to the theology, principles and goals of parish catechesis. Please contact Eamonn Diffley no later than Friday 2nd March 2018 at eamonn.diffley@diocesehn.org.uk or telephone 0191 243 3313 to book or for more information.

UPCOMING COURSES FOR NEW EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS & NEW SACRISTANS
New Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion…
- Monday 19th & Monday 26th February 2018 from 7:00pm-9:00pm
- Saturday 3rd March 2018 from 10:30am-4:00pm with the commissioning Mass at 3:00pm
- Cost £15.00
- St. Joseph’s, Walker Terrace, Gateshead, NE8 1LX
New Sacristans…
- Tuesday 6th March 2018 from 10:00am-3:00pm
- Includes Mass with Blessing of Sacristans at 12:15pm
- Cost £7.50
- St. Bede’s Hall, St. John’s Terrace, Jarrow, NE32 3LX
Attendance at all sessions is necessary in order to be commissioned.
Sign up sheets are displayed at the back of Church.
Please book early as places are limited.


 

Information

GOING INTO HOSPITAL?
All calls for the Newcastle Hospitals can be made to St Andrew's Church, Worswick Street, 0191 232 1892

 

 

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Sunday 21 January 2018 - 3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time [B]

Parish Bulletin

 
 

“Follow me.”
 

 

 

Lots of motives and events influence people who switch their path in life for a new one. In today’s Gospel we hear of four fishermen – Simon, Andrew, James and John – who dropped their fishing nets when Jesus called them to follow him. They left behind their daily routine at the Sea of Galilee as soon as they heard the call to a new life. God has a way of showing up in the ordinary places of life and interrupting the daily routines. This was also the experience of Jonah in today’s first reading, who was sent on a mission by God to the city of Nineveh. When these men accepted the invitation, their lives were different for ever. God’s call led them into an uncertain but inspirational future. Whatever your life is, however you spend your time, whatever circumstances affect normal living, there is in that life Jesus’ call to “Follow me”. It is the call to participate in God’s saving work and the building up of the kingdom of God. That work is always about moving to a larger vision, orienting life in a new direction and experiencing that our own story of life is connected to a much larger story of life, God’s life. It happens in the casting and mending of nets. It happens in the context of our everyday activities: work, school, families, paying the bills, running errands, fixing dinner, relationships and trying to do the right thing. These are the times and places Jesus shows up and calls us into a new way of being, and our world changes.

The Living Word


           

 

 

PARISH EVENTS

STUDENT
We welcome Luke Wilkinson, a seminarian training for the Priesthood, who will be staying with us for the next 2 and a half weeks. Please make him feel at home in our Parish, and keep him in your prayers.

FURNITURE NEEDED
Thank you to those who have recently supported one of our families in the parish with various things to equip a home. If there is anyone with some unwanted wardrobes going spare, please get in touch with either Fr Simon or Rachel in the Office. Many thanks in advance.

SOCIAL GROUP
Thanks to all who attended the Cheese and Wine evening! There are photographs of the event on the ‘Social Group’ Noticeboard.
Next meeting is Wednesday 24th January at 7pm in the meeting room. We need ideas for events or trips you would like to go on. Think big, and add them to the list on the noticeboard for discussion at the meeting.

CHRISTMAS CANDLES & TREE LIGHTS
Every year we share the funds raised from the Christmas Candles and Tree Lights between local and international charities. Please add the name of any charity you would like to nominate for consideration to the list on the noticeboard by Wednesday 24th January. If you have any information about the Charity, please place it in the envelope. All parishioners will have the opportunity to decide how the funds are shared.

OPPORTUNITY FOR LOW COST RETREAT ON HOLY ISLAND, 12 - 18 FEBRUARY 2018
Would you, someone you work with, or someone in your parish or partnership benefit from a retreat but cannot make one because of cost? The Retreat Association has partnered up with Marygate Retreat centre to offer a retreat on Lindisfarne - Holy Island for those on low or restricted income. The retreat will be led by the Bishop of Salford, Bishop John Arnold, who was Bishop of Lindisfarne 2006 - 2014. There are up to 17 places available. Bishop John will be leading the retreat which gives an introduction to retreats and prayer and draws on the history and heritage of the North East. The normal cost of this retreat would be £315 per person but places will be offered with up to 50% discount on an application basis.
If you know someone who may be interested in applying for a place, please contact the Retreats Association (email@retreats.org.uk) for an application form. (Please note that the maximum income level quoted on the form has now been set aside – the RA realised they had set it too low!) Help with transport from Berwick station would usually be available. Applications close on 24 January 2018.
 

ECUMENICAL SERVICE FOR WEEK OF PRAYER FOR CHRISTIAN UNITY
SUNDAY 21 JANUARY AT 4PM, ST. BEDE'S CHURCH

This will be an opportunity to join with our friends from Churches Together in Benwell, Denton Burn and Scotswood to pray together and reflect on the many issues being addressed by the churches of the Caribbean including abuses of human rights, trafficking and modern day slavery.

 

DIOCESAN EVENTS

 

RC CHAPLAIN POST AT HMP DURHAM
-
A Chaplaincy job in an establishment which provides pastoral and faith specific care to prisoners and staff. The minimum qualification for this post is normally the Catholic Certificate in Religious Studies.
- 37 hour working week - this role requires working regular unsocial hours
- Salary: £25,920 - £29,176
- Closing date for application is 30th January 2018.
Further details can be found at: https://justicejobs.tal.net/vx/lang-en-GB/mobile-0/appcentre-1/brand-2/candidate/so/pm/1/pl/3/opp/15634-15634-Roman-Catholic-Ordained-Priest-Roman-Catholic-Ordained-Deacon-Brother-Sister-Lay-Person/en-GB

PEACE SUNDAY (21ST JANUARY)


INTERNATIONAL PEACE PRAYER
Lead us from death to life, from falsehood to truth.
Lead us from despair to hope, from fear to trust.
Lead us from hate to love, from war to peace.
Let peace fill our hearts, our world, our universe.
Peace, peace, peace.


 

Information

GOING INTO HOSPITAL?
All calls for the Newcastle Hospitals can be made to St Andrew's Church, Worswick Street, 0191 232 1892

 

 

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