Weekly Bulletin


St Hilda’s Parish, Whitby


VISITORS TO THE PARISH
Welcome!

We always have a cup of tea or coffee & biscuits & cakes in the
Parish Centre on Walker Street (behind St Hilda’s
church) after the 10:30 Mass on Sundays
please join us.




You are asked to please keep a prayerful silence in church
before and after Mass.

Thank You


This Week’s Celebrations & Intentions

Mon 15th St. Bonaventure
Tues 16th  Feria
Wed 17 th   Feria
Thurs 18th Feria
Fri 19th Feria
Sat 20th Feria
Sun 21st 16th Sunday of Ordinary


St Hilda’s

Wed 17th 10.00 am Gordon Doughty R.I.P

Sun 21st 10.30 am Norah Walker


English Martyrs

Tues 16th 7.00 pm Stephen Collier R.I.P.

Fri 19th 11.30 am Sr. Anne Hewitt R.I.P. Requiem Mass

Sun 21st 9.00 am Tony & Audrey Rhea

Crematorium Service Mon 15th 12.00 noon Margaret Ann Smith R.I.P  


CONFESSIONS will be the first Saturday of the Month in St. Hilda’s from 10.30 to 11.00


1st Reading: A reading from the prophet Amos (7:12-15) Go, prophesy to my people.

Response: Let us see, O Lord your mercy And give us your saving help.

2nd Reading: A reading from the second letter of St. Paul to the Ephesians (1:3-14) Before the world was made, God chose us.

Gospel Acclamation:

Alleluia, alleluia! Your words are spirit, Lord, and they are life. You have the message of eternal life. Alleluia!

The Gospel: A reading from the Holy Gospel according to Mark (6:7-13) He began to send them out.

COLLECTION (4 Weeks to 11th July) 2.458.53 – Thank you

15th SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME

YEAR B

14th JULY 2024

Please keep in your prayers all those who are suffering as a result of conflict throughout the world.


TWITTER St. Hilda’s has a twitter account @StHildaRCWhitby. If you have a twitter account please consider following us. It’s easy & free to create a Twitter account so please click on the Twitter icon to either log on & follow us or create a new account & follow us for all the latest news & updates.

ROSARY The Rosary will be recited in St. Hilda’s at 9.40 am before Mass every Wednesday and at English Martyrs, Sleights at 6.40 pm before Mass every Tuesday.

SEA SUNDAY RETIRING COLLECTION Seafarers and fishers play a vital role in all of our lives but they often work in difficult and hazardous conditions. Sea Sunday is today, Sunday 14th July. It is when the Church prays for all those who live and work at sea. Your support will make a big difference to seafarers and fishers in need. You can donate in church. This collection is vital to enable Stella Maris to continue its important work, so please give generously. Thank you. Click for more information

UNDER THE GAZE OF ST HILDA, A TOUR OF WHITBY’S CATHOLIC CHURCH. On Wednesday 24th July at 2pm, Mark Edward’s will be delivering a talk about the history of our Church. It will take place inside the church and promises to be very interesting and informative. Click Here for Poster

URGENT FOOD BANK Donations are urgently needed.  Please leave donations in the box at the back of church.

PARISH SYMPATHIES to the sisters in St. Joseph’s Convent on the death of Sister Anne Hewitt. There will be a Requiem Mass on Friday 19th July at 11.30 am at English Martyrs, Sleights.

ASYLUM SEEKERS’ VISIT. The next event will be September 14th and hopefully will be equally well supported. The boxes are still at the back of the church for food and toiletries. Also asking for raffle prizes. Thank-you again for all your support. It really does make a difference. Click for more information.

EUCHARISTIC MINISTERSThere will be a short meeting after 10:30 Mass today, Sunday 14th July with all eucharistic ministers from St Hilda’s. This is to discuss the re-introduction of the distribution of the precious blood at Sunday Masses

MOUNT GRACE PILGRIMAGE On Sunday 18th Aug., there will be a pilgrimage to Mount Grace to celebrate the feast of the Assumption of Our Lady. Rosary at 2.30 pm followed by Mass at 3.00 pm

MINISTERS OF THE WORD New rotas can be collected from the back of church.

HOUSEBOUND PARISHIONERS If you would like to receive Holy Communion at home or in a care home. Contact Gill Almack or Fr. Pat.

MIDDLESBROUGH DIOSCESAN YEAR BOOK 2024 is now available at the back of church, at a cost of £2.

CATHOLIC VOICE is now available. Please take a copy

DIGITAL GIVING You may have noticed the new contactless card reader just inside the side access door. This is a new way to make donations, including candles and piety. Offertory donations can also be made this way. This method of payment provides an alternative and is not a replacement. It also accepts gift aid and your details only have to inputted once. Thank you for your continued support.

ONLINE DONATIONS can be made using the QR provided overleaf. This includes Offertory, Candles, Piety and general donations.

BULLETIN Should you have an item of news for the bulletin please email to Pauline Taylor (taylorpauline1802@gmail.com) All items to be approved by Fr. Pat before inclusion

PARISH WEBSITE For Mass times and other information, please visit the parish website, which is frequently updated. website: http://www.sthildascatholicwhitby.com

KEYHOLDERS There is now an obligation, as part of health and safety regulations, for all parish keyholders to complete a diocesan form. Therefore, may all keyholders contact Fr. Pat.

Further information is available on the posters displayed in church.


          REFLECTION

In our day to day living, we become dependent on material securities, thought to be essential for our routine existence.  This is especially noticeable when we get ready to go on a trip and try to decide what to take along.  Usually we take too much, trying to anticipate imagined circumstances.  Part of the reason for over packing is that we are reluctant to break out of our established pattern. Jesus tells the apostles in today’s Gospel what to take along for the journey.  In essence He says to take the treasured message and skip the extras.

 

Toilet facilities at St.Hildas are in the Sacristy and to the right (follow the signs) and at English Martyrs  they are in the porch

Please do not leave handbags unattended

Sadly not everyone may be in church for the same reasons as you