The Parish of St. Dunstan and St. John Vianney, Moston

 

Holy Week Timetable

 

Sunday 14th                                       Penance Service 3pm.

Monday 15th                                     Mass 10am.

Tuesday 16th                                     Mass 10am

Wednesday 17th                                Mass 10am                              

Holy Thursday                                  Mass of the Lord’s Supper 5pm

Good Friday                                       Stations of the Cross 10am

Good Friday                                       The Passion 3pm       

Holy Saturday                                    Vigil Mass 5pm

Easter Sunday Mass as usual                        9.30am and and 11.30am     

Easter Monday –Saturday Mass 10am


The Heating project work 2019

Tel: 0161 681 1410 
email: church @ moston.org.uk                   
 Parish Priest  : Martin Saunders

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A community of communities
Let us refuse to be robbed of hope, or to allow our hope to be dimmed by facile answers and solutions which block our progress, “fragmenting” time and changing it into space. Time is always much greater than space. Space hardens processes, whereas time propels towards the future and encourages us to go forward in hope.
St.Dunstan's

Diocese of Salford web: http://www.salforddiocese.org.uk

The Vatican web is http://www.vatican.va


Week starting Monday 22nd April 2019

Monday 10.00 am Mass

Tuesday 10.00 am Mass

Wednesday 10.00 am Mass

Thursday 10.00 am Mass

Friday 10.00 am Mass

Saturday 10.00 am Mass

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Sunday

5.00 p.m. Saturday Vigil Mass St. Dunstan’s

9.30 a.m.St. Dunstan’s

11.30 a.m. St. John Vianney’s

 

Sacrament of Penance

At Christ the King, Newton Heath, and St. Mary’s, Failsworth, every Saturday 11.00 a.m. to 12 noon; and on request every morning immediately after Mass at St. Dunstan’s.

The Rosary

The Rosary Will be prayed at 9.40 a.m. prompt, and finish before the 10 a.m. Mass.
Heating Installation

The work is now complete.

Morning Coffee

Thursday mornings after 10.00 a.m. Mass. Why not join us for morning coffee in the Sacristy. Tea or coffee and a chat and some gossip, what else could you wish for. Enjoy the lively conversations, gossip and the smell of freshly ground coffee.

 

St. Dunstan’s Scout Movement

Meetings in the Parish Centre:

Tuesdays Beavers 6.15 p.m.-7.15 p.m.

Scouts 7.30 p.m.-9.00 p.m.

The Cubs meet on Wednesdays 7 p.m.- 8.30 p.m.

 

Les Misérables

The date for the trip to the theatre was Tuesday 26th March and everyone enjoyed the performance almost as good as our very own AODS.

 

Pope Francis

To be holy does not require being a bishop, a priest or a religious. We frequently think that holiness is only for those who can withdraw from ordinary affairs to spend much time in prayer. That is not the case. We are all called to be holy by living our lives with love and by bearing witness in everything we do, wherever we find ourselves.

 

St.Matthew’s Staff celebrating the school’s 40th Birthday

The retired Headteacher of 1977 John Goggins and his staff at their reunion.

 

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Parish Life

A quick reminder that the church is not the building nor is the hierarchy but the church is the community of believers. Our buildings exist as sacred places where we gather to pray and celebrate Mass as a community. That’s why we take care of them. We are a pilgrim people passing through this life on our journey to God. We proclaim that ‘ we are church ‘. We are called to become more involved in parish life. Called to exercise our membership of the community and called to live out our faith. We are called to proclaim that “we are church’.

 

Baptism

Initial forms are now available to request a baptism for your child.  Parents living within the new parish wishing to have their children baptised need to show some sort of commitment to the parish and to their faith. Baptism is the reception of a child into the faith of their parents. Baptism is not a dubious first class ticket into a school. However it might be a first class ticket to sainthood. We live in hope.

Catechists. Thank you to the Catechists working with the parents and the children. It makes the whole process much easier to manage. Your work is appreciated by the parish community.

 

Mass Donations

Christians can make a silent prayer during Mass or donate money to offer a Mass for a loved one who is in need or passed away, but should never feel obliged to make a payment. You do not pay for the Mass! The Mass is Christ’s sacrifice, which is free. Redemption is free. If you want to make an offering, that’s fine. But you do not pay for it! This is important to understand! The anniversary of someone’s death should be clearly marked as such if a request is handed in. Thank you.


St. Dunstan’s Centre and AODS events

May 21st to 24th AODS My Fair Lady With a Bar

June 21st Parish Social Evening With a Band and a Bar

June 22nd AODS Concert ~ A Night at the Movies. With a Bar

September 18th-21st AODS A Play ‘One O’Clock’ from the House. No Bar November 8th Jimmy Cricket

to be enjoyed by all.


 

Parish Leadership Team

The team oversees all aspects of parish life and our Hope for the Future. Phil Nicholls chairs the meetings. It is important for all of us, that the parish, the churches and the hall are cared for in a responsible way for the benefit of everyone in the parish and local community. The team appreciate the cooperation and active support given by parishioners to every aspect of parish life.

Let’s look forward together rather than backwards separately.

 

Our Catholic Schools.

It is the duty of parents to always choose the best school possible for their child’s education. They only get one chance and to do otherwise would be to fail your children.   Our two associated primary schools have recently been praised by OFSTED and received excellent Section 48 reports. Information about schools is freely available to read on the internet.

Mrs Murden has now been appointed as the Head of St. Matthews High School by the IEB on behalf of the Education Department in London.

Eucharistic Ministers

It is our shared priority to make sure that those who are sick and housebound are still valued and not forgotten. The Eucharistic ministers do a wonderful job in keeping the sick and housebound enrolled as valued members of the community.

 

Praying in Church

St. Dunstan’s Church after each morning Mass

from 9.00 a.m. until 1.30 p.m. So please pop in to say a prayer and spend some time with the Lord. Please make use of the facility. Very few churches are open in this day and age.

Fair Trade

The next Fair trade stall is during the month of May.

Wedding Bells

A reminder that at least six months notice is required and residence in the parish.


 

Parking at St. John Vianney’s

Please do not block the access road at the side of St. John Vianney’s car park or the access to the houses with your vehicle. St. Matthews’ car park can be used as an overflow. In fact please park at both churches with care and respect for the neighbours.

 

Instruction Classes

Several people have asked about becoming Catholics and attend Mass on a regular basis. Now is the time to come along and discuss the matter in the months ahead. The next meetings will be in March. Details on request.

 

The School Class Masses

Please check the bulletins for variations

St Dunstan’s school  have a weekly class Mass in church subject to school holidays and parish funerals.

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Salford Diocese web: http://www.dioceseofsalford.org.uk 

 

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