This Week’s Masses
Live Streamed Masses
All Masses which take place in our parishes are now live streamed to our YouTube Channel. Visitors to the channel will have the option to subscribe (this is free). As a subscriber you will receive notifications when a live stream is available. Live streams will be available to view all day on the day of broadcast and will be replaced by the next Mass on the following day.
Please click here to access the St Mary’s and St. Patrick’s YouTube Channel.
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St Mary’s, please pray for……
PLEASE PRAY FOR THOSE WHO ARE POORLY
Maria Ashton, Kathleen Pawson (nee Rush), Fr Bernard Funnell, Lindsey Redgewick, Frank O’Neill, Ann Leach, Elaine Richardson, Catherine & Jimmy McVeigh, Andy Swindells, Sheila Haigh, Michael Haigh, Geoff Holland, Bill Hall, Thomas Hopkins, James Hagerty, Nick Eatough, Stefan Stadnicki, Jennie Farnhill, Peter McKenna, Raymond Crorken, Anthony Clementson, Brenda Riley, Simon Murphy, Margaret Harrison, Franco Menic, Katie Gallagher-Peel, Barbara Maguire, Canon Eugene McGillycuddy, Elaine Wraith, Fr David Bulmer, Jane Hellings, Barry Murphy, James Waldron, Pauline Clark, Bishop Christopher Budd, Canon John Nunan, Marian McGeown, Sophia Taylor, Roy Richardson, Tony Walsh, Angela Eddy, Zoe Sands, Tony Halloran, Robert Thurman, Mark Johnson, Poorly Person (C.S.), Clothilda Goredema, Patricia South
Ronald Brooke, Linda Marshall, Margaret Harington, Frances Denville, Jack Kirk, John Kenny, Brian Broadhead,
Kath Routledge, Dennis Walsh, Gemma Paige Strand, Martin Smith, Barbara Davidson
Eternal rest grant unto them O Lord. Let perpetual light shine upon them.
May they rest in peace.
OUR LADY’S CANDLE
Thomas Halliwell (A), John Keelan (A), Derek Thompson
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ARE YOU A CATHOLIC…and have lost touch?
I just want you to know that you are always welcome back to your parish of St. Mary’s.
It is still your parish.
‘Come to me all you who labour and are over-burdened.’ (Matthew 11.28)
We would love you to be part of our future in this your parish, and I can assure you of a warm welcome, no matter how long it may have been. For more information please click here.
God bless you,
your Parish Priest
Offertory envelopes and standing orders for offerings
We now have the facility to take offerings using text messaging. To use this service and to contribute £5 to the Parish Offertory, please text CHURCH BATLEY to 70500
Please note that it is a feature of the text-giving facility that allows for no more and no less than £5 to be given to the Offertory via each text. If your regular weekly parish giving is either more or less than this amount, please feel free either to send more than one text – or maybe use this facility just once a month. Thank you for supporting the work of the Church: your generosity is much needed and particularly appreciated at this time
For further information, please see below, from the Diocese of Leeds website.
The Diocese of Leeds will receive 96% of your £5 donation. The money will come from your mobile network account. You only pay a donation if you receive a reply message back, some mobile phone accounts have text donations blocked on them because they are business phones or they are pre-pay phones with insufficient credit. You may (depending on network) have to pay to send a “standard rate” message which should cost about 10p. Always get the bill payers permission. If you have questions about this service call 03306600425 to speak to someone from the service provider Vir2.Text Giving
You can also make a donation to the parish offertory by card.
The Year of the Word
in the Catholic Church in England and Wales
“The God who Speaks”
The year 2020 sees the 10th anniversary of Verbum Domini, the Apostolic Exhortation of Pope Benedict XVI on The Word of the Lord. The year 2020 is also the 1,600th anniversary of St Jerome’s death. These are strong reasons for us to embark at this time on a creative and deeper engagement with the Holy Scriptures across the life of each diocese.
To download the brochure, where you will find the three themes and vision for the year, together with information about our key events, resources and activities, please click here.