St. Dunstan’s Parish Moston

 Including St. John Vianney’s and St. Margaret Mary’s Churches.

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.
Tel: 0161 681 1410 
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Parish Priest  : Martin Saunders

Pope Francis’ Prayer Intentions for September

For Parishes

That our parishes, animated by a missionary spirit,

may be places where faith is communicated

and charity is seen.

The World’s biggest Coffee Morning

The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning takes place this year on Friday 29th September in St. Dunstan’s Parish Hall, Kenyon Lane at 11.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. As we did last year, all three parishes will hopefully work together to make the get together on the day a great success. It’s a cause well worth supporting.

Week starting Monday 18th September 2017

Mon Mass

Tues service

Wed service

Thurs service

Fri   Mass

Sat   Mass

Sat   (for Sunday)


St Dunstan’s 9.30am,    

St.Margaret Mary 10.30am

St John Vianney’s 11.30am


Fair Trade

There will be Fair trade stalls during the month of September.


The last call -If you would like to join us on the trip to the musical please add your names to the list at the back of church thank you.

Parish meetings

Finance committee, the social committee and the Parish centre committee will meet again during September. Please see the newsletter for details.




The St. Dunstan’s AODS


St. Dunstan’s A.O.D.S. Presents “Trivial Pursuits” A Comedy by Frank Vickery Wednesday 4th October to Friday 6th October at 7.30 p.m.
In St. Dunstan’s Parish Centre, Kenyon Lane Tickets £6 from Pam

Parish Envelopes

Those who already use parish envelopes at St. Dunstan’s would you please collect an important letter from the back of the church and return the requested information as soon as possible. This includes Gift Aid and non gift aid parishioners using envelopes. Thank you for your continuing generous support.

Coffee Morning

On 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.

Jiri Ulman

The disabled gentleman Jiri Ulman aged 52 who usually sat with two crutches outside St. Dunstan’s church and the One Stop Shop, was according to reports, cruelly beaten to death several days ago. May he rest in peace. Please remember him in your prayers.

The Loop System

The loop system for the hard of hearing has been upgraded at St. Dunstan’s. We hope it makes the celebration of Mass more accessible and enjoyable despite the disadvantage of being able to hear the homilies more clearly.


Our Catholic Schools.

It is always the duty of parents to choose the best school possible for their child’s education. 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 freely available to read on the internet.

Calling all Catholic Singles

Catholic Singles is an organisation which helps single adult Catholics of all ages to meet, either one to one or through social events. Please tel. 0161 941 3498, visit the website or speak to my good friend Daniel, an expert in these matters who is always very available for advice and information.   Any weddings arranged through Daniel will get a 50% discount. or email


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 is open Monday to Friday from 8.30 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.


Wedding Bells

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

Welcomers Club

The Welcomers meet on Tuesdays in St. Dunstan’s Parish Hall, Kenyon Lane, at 12.30-3.00 p.m. All reasonably normal people are welcome !

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 all three churches with care and respect for the neighbours.

Parish Laity Group

At the meetings parishioners  are working well together. A  summary of the parish accounts was also given. The group will meet again after the Summer break in September.

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 month of September.

The School Class Masses

Please check the bulletins for variations

St Dunstan’s in church Wednesdays 9.30am

St. Margaret Mary’s in the convent Wednesdays 11.15am


Baptism arrangements

Initial forms are now available to request a baptism for your child. You need to live in one of the three parishes and be prepared to help your child to grow in the practice of the faith. All baptisms and marriages  are by appointment only.

Parish Centre Committee.

The team oversees the use of the parish centre. Phil Nicholls chairs the meetings. It is important for all of us that the hall is looked after and used in a responsible way for the benefit of everyone in the parish and community. I appreciate the cooperation and active support given by all the new team members. Let’s look forward rather than backwards. The disabled toilet has been opened and we are now enjoying the new lighting systems. The fire door has now been upgraded.



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