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Sunday 8th June, 2014

Solemnity of Pentecost Sunday, Year A


Bridgeside Bulletin
The weekly bullen of the
Catholic Parish of Forster Tuncurry
Holy Name of Jesus Parish Church
33 Lake Street, Forster
St Mary, Star of the Sea Church
Cnr Kent & Peel Streets, Tuncurry
Proclaiming Christ to the communies of Forster, Tuncurry and the surrounding districts

Parish
Fr Andrew Doohan (Parish Priest)
Mr Greg Byrne (Pastoral Associate)
Mrs Sharon Fowle (Administraon Associate)
Sr Kathryn McCabe (Aboriginal Catholic Ministry)

The Parish Oce is at the rear of the Parish Hall and is
staed on Wednesday and Friday from 10am to 4pm.

Items for inclusion in Bridgeside Bullen should be
received by midday on Thursday.

33 Lake Street, Forster NSW 2428
PO Box 67, Forster NSW 2428

P: (02) 6554 6304
F: (02) 6554 6425
E: forstertuncurryparish@gmail.com
W: www.forstertuncurrycatholic.org.au

Fr Andrew can be emailed directly using the address:
fr.andrew.doohan@gmail.com.

Holy Name Parish School (K6)
Ms Brooke Schumann (Acng Principal)

41 Lake Street, Forster NSW 2428
PO Box 243, Forster NSW 2428

P: (02) 6554 6504
F: (02) 6554 8895
E: admin@forster.catholic.edu.au
W: www.forster.catholic.edu.au

The Parish is also served by
St Clares High School, Taree (712)
Mr Peter Nicholls (Principal)

Davis Street, Taree NSW 2430

P: (02) 6552 3300
F: (02) 6552 3656
E: admin@tareesc.catholic.edu.au
W: www.tareesc.catholic.edu.au
Celebrang the Sacraments
Reconciliaon is available on Saturday mornings at
Tuncurry from 8:30am unl the beginning of the 9am
Mass, on Saturday aernoons at Forster from 4:45pm
unl 5:15pm, or other mes by contacng Fr Andrew.

Bapsms are celebrated on Sundays, either during
any of our Sunday Masses or aer the 9am Mass. The
next Bapsmal Preparaon meeng will take place in
the Parish Halls meeng rooms on Monday 9th June
commencing at 7pm. Please contact the Parish Oce
for more details, or visit the Parish website.

Weddings are celebrated by arrangement and with at
least three (and preferably more) months noce.
Please contact Fr Andrew for more details, or visit the
Parish website.

A Sacramental Preparaon process runs each year in
the Parish for children wishing to complete the
celebraon of the Sacraments of Iniaon as part of
the Parish community. Please contact the Parish Oce
for more details, or visit the Parish website.

The Parish hosts the Rite of Chrisan Iniaon of
Adults process for those adults wishing to be
bapsed or be received into the communion of the
Catholic Church. Please contact the Parish Oce for
more details, or visit the Parish website.
The Parish can also be found online:

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Tur Pnnisu Dinnv(for the week ahead)
Tenth Week in Ordinary Time

Today8th June
6pm Pentecost Ecumenical Service @ Forster
Bapst Church.

Monday9th June
7pm Bapsmal Preparaon Meeng @ Forster

Tuesday10th June
9am Chrisan Meditaon (Bob 6555 5914)
11am Mass @ GLAICA House
12pm Soup Luncheon @ Forster
3:30pm Holy Hour @ Tuncurry
4:30pm Mass @ Tuncurry
5:30pm Chrisan Meditaon (Bob 6555 5914)
5:30pm Singing Pracse @ Forster

Wednesday11th June
Memorial of St Barnabas
Meeng of Myall Deanery being hosted at Forster
9am Mass @ Forster
9:30am menALIVE morning group @ Forster
11:15am Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Help @
Forster
5:30pm Parish Finance Commiee meeng @
Forster
7pm Conrmaon Rehearsal @ Forster

Thursday12th June
Fr Andrew to Newcastle in the aernoon for Liturgy
Council meeng.
9am Mass @ Forster

Friday13th June
Memorial of St Anthony of Padua
9:30am Mass @ Forster
7pm Celebraon of Conrmaon @ Forster

Saturday14th June
8:30am Reconciliaon @ Tuncurry
9am Mass @ Tuncurry
4:45pm Reconciliaon @ Forster (unl 5:15pm)
6pm Mass @ Tuncurry

Sunday15th June
7am Mass @ Tuncurry
9am Mass @ Forster
Rrcutnn Ac1ivi1irs iN 1ur Pnnisu
Secular Franciscan Fraternity
The Secular Franciscans Fraternity will next meet on
Wednesday 2nd July, coming together for Mass at
9am, followed by a cuppa at 9:30am and then the
meeng 10am to 12pm.

The menALIVE Groups
Our Parish currently hosts two menALIVE groups. The
morning group will next meet on Wednesday 11th
June aer the 9am Mass, while the evening group
will next meet on Thursday 26th June at 7:30pm.

Maintenance & Gardening Group
The Parish is lucky to be served by a very dedicated
band of volunteers who tend to the upkeep of the
grounds and gardens of our two church sites. They do
a fabulous job, and are always ready to welcome new
members to the group. The next date is Thursday 19th
June starng at Tuncurry at 8am and then on to
Forster. Contact Howard 6557 6826 for more
informaon.

Singing Pracce
The Singing Group will resume pracces on Tuesday
10th June at 5:30pm at Holy Name Church, Forster. All
welcome.

Collecon of Foodstus for Homebase
On the rst Sunday of each month we undertake a
collecon in order to support Homebase. The next
collecon will next take place on Sunday 6th July.

Holy Hour
The Parish community observes a Holy Hour each
Tuesday aernoon in the Tuncurry Church from
3:30pm unl the beginning of Mass at 4:30pm.

Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Help
The Novena is prayed every Wednesday in the Forster
church commencing at 11:15am and is followed by a
cuppa in the Parish Hall. Contact Shioney (6554 9468)
for more informaon.

Evening Prayer & Benedicon
The Parish community celebrates on the rst Sunday
of each month at 5:30pm in the Tuncurry church. It
will next be celebrated on Sunday 6th July. All
welcome.
Cn1uotic Nrwsrnrrns Avnitnntr
Both The Catholic Leader (Brisbane) and The Catholic
Weekly (Sydney) newspapers are available at a cost of
$2 each from our churches.
WnsuiNc MncuiNr Nrroro
If anyone can source a washing machine for someone
in need, please contact Sr Kathryn on 6554 6970.
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CoMMuNioN rnoM 1ur Cunticr wurN Sick
As we approach the colder months and occurrences of
colds and u, a reminder to everyone to consider the
wellbeing of your fellow parishioners.

If you are not feeling well, we would respecully ask
you to please refrain from receiving Communion from
the Chalice during Mass.
FnoM 1ur Pns1ons Drsk
Expectaons are dangerous things!

Whether we impose them on ourselves or on others,
expectaons have the capacity to tend towards
disappointment, largely because the nature of real
life is not taken into account. If we have invested too
much of ourselves in the expectaons we have of
ourselves or others, disappointment can quickly turn
towards anger and animosity, which in turn can be
destrucve.

At the very heart of the Chrisan life is a focus not on
expectaonof ourselves, others, or even Godbut
a surrender to God and the power of Gods grace to
move in us and our lives. The nature of the Holy Spirit,
whose giing to the Church we celebrate today on the
feast of Pentecost, is such that we cannot control how
the Spirit is acvely manifested in the life of the
Church and Chrisans. This means, in other words,
any expectaons we have of how the Holy Spirit will
work for us are just begging to be proved otherwise.

The one thing we can be certain of, and that because
it was promised by Jesus himself, is that the Holy
Spirit will be alive and acve in the life of the Church.

And that is what we celebrate today on the Feast of
Pentecost...and each and every me we celebrate the
Sacramental life of the Church.

Come Holy Spirit, ll the hearts of your faithful
and kindle in them the re of your love. Send
forth your Spirit and they shall be created. And
you shall renew the face of the earth.

O, God, who by the light of the Holy Spirit, did
instruct the hearts of the faithful, grant that by
the same Holy Spirit we may be truly wise and
ever enjoy his consolaons. Through Christ our
Lord. Amen.

A happy Pentecost to you all.

Unl next week...
Fr Andrew
Tur Crtrnnn1ioN or CoNrinMn1ioN
The Sacrament of Conrmaon will be celebrated on
Friday 13th June with Bishop Bill beginning at 7pm.
All welcome.

A rehearsal for the Conrmaon liturgy will take place
on Wednesday 11th June at 7pm in the Forster
church.
Bisuors OrrN Lr11rn
As menoned last weekend, the Bishop has released
an open leer to the people of the Diocese in
response to the release of the Report of the Special
Commission of Inquiry.

A limited number of copies of this open leer are
available in the churches this weekend, and it is also
available for downloading or reading on the Parish
and Diocesan websites.

I would appreciate if those parishioners who are able
to access the leer on the internet are able to do so,
and so leave the printed copies for those who cant.
Pnnisu Gnirr Surron1 Gnour
An invitaon is extended to men and women of the
Parish who have lost a spouse through death, divorce
or demena (or any other situaon) to aend a
meeng on Saturday 28th June at 11am in the Parish
Meeng Room at Forster

The purpose of this meeng is to form a Grief Support
Group who will meet on a regular basis to support
each other through prayer, sharing, listening,
understanding and being there for one another.
Sharing with other people can help reduce the sense
of isolaon and aloneness that comes with grief and
can be of great benet to anyone dealing with their
grief.

An external facilitator has been found to help the
group become established (details on that next week).

If you are interested in aending the meeng, or
would simply like more informaon, please speak
directly with Fr Andrew either in person or via his
mobile (0412 405 671).
SRE (Scnir1unr Trncurns, Cn1rcuis1s)
Mrr1iNc
A meeng for SRE Scripture Teachers/Catechists will
be held on Tuesday 17th June in the Parish Meeng
Room commencing at 10:30am for morning tea and to
be followed by a meeng.

Those interested in joining the SRE Ministry are
welcome to aend and meet the group, and ask any
quesons.

Contact Lorea Heernan for more informaon.
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Yrs 1o 1ur Nrw Rrtn1ioNsuir Bnoucu1
Bv Cunis1
The Chrisan ideal will always be a summons to
overcome suspicion, habitual mistrust, fear of losing
our privacy, all the defensive atudes which todays
world imposes on us. Many try to escape from others
and take refuge in the comfort of their privacy or in a
small circle of close friends, renouncing the realism of
the social aspect of the Gospel. For just as some
people want a purely spiritual Christ, without esh
and without the cross, they also want their
interpersonal relaonships provided by sophiscated
equipment, by screens and systems which can be
turned on and o on command. Meanwhile, the
Gospel tells us constantly to run the risk of a faceto
face encounter with others, with their physical
presence which challenges us, with their pain and
their pleas, with their joy which infects us in our close
and connuous interacon. True faith in the incarnate
Son of God is inseparable from selfgiving, from
membership in the community, from service, from
reconciliaon with others. The Son of God, by
becoming esh, summoned us to the revoluon of
tenderness.

Pope Francis, Evangelii Gaudium, 88.

If you would like to read more of Evangelii Gaudium,
copies are available for purchase ($10) or borrowing
from the Parish Oce. The Exhortaon is also
available for downloading from the Vacan website.
I Wns A S1nnNcrn ANo You WrtcoMro Mr
This is the tle of a pamphlet produced by the
Australian Catholic Migrant & Refugee Oce to
explain what the Catholic Church teaches on Asylum
and Migraon.

The Parish has obtained mulple copies of these and
you are encouraged to take a pamphlet with you.
Sour LuNcuroNs nnr Bnck!
Hope you are all ready for our rst soup lunch for
2014. It is intended to hold the soup lunches on the
second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 12 noon
throughout the Winter months in the Parish Hall at
Lake St, Forster.

Our rst one is scheduled for 10th June 2014. Please
come along, especially those who haven't tried our
gourmet soups before. This will be our rst
opportunity to try out the improve facilies in our
Church Hall Kitchen.

Dont forget to place your name on the list at the rear
of each church to assist catering. Looking forward to
seeing you all on Tuesday 10th June.
Bisuors Rrrtrc1ioN Dnv
You are invited to a day of reecon and prayer with
Bishop Bill on Friday 27th June at St Stephens Church.
Tea Gardens from 10am to 3pm.

This year the day will be facilitated by Frances Tilly
from the Jesuit Province Team who will present the
day in the style of Ignaan Spirituality.

The Spiritual Exercises are all the best that I
have been able to think out, experience and
understand in this life, both for helping
somebody to make the most of themselves, and
also for being able to bring advantage, help and
prot to many others. So, even if you dont feel
the need for the rst, you will see that they are
much more helpful than you might have
imagined for the second. (Ignaus Ep. 10:1)

The First Spiritual Exercises are for parishioners, young
and senior, clergy, religious, individuals, couples,
partners, parents, grandparents, ministry teams,
commiees, students, colleagues, friends: everyone!

To register or make an enquiry please contact the
Childrens Ministries Oce or check the webpage
(www.mn.catholic.org.au/agenciesservices/childrens
ministries).
CEO Strrrou1
Bishop Bill, Director of CatholicCare Lisa Short, Vice
Chancellor Administraon Sean Scanlon and Director
of Catholic Schools Ray Collins will all be spending the
night of 19th June sleeping rough in order to raise
money for the homeless. Please donate to this
excellent cause and support Bishop Bill, Lisa, Sean and
Ray in their generous eorts. If you would like to
contribute, visit www.ceosleepout.org.au and search
for a surname to donate!
PrN1rcos1 EcuMrNicnt Srnvicr
The Chrisan Churches of the area will gather on
Pentecost Sunday 8th June from 6pm in the Forster
Bapst Church. As part of the service the Chaplains to
the High SchoolAndrew Jones and Lynn Noonan
will be introduced, and a collecon taken up towards
the ongoing work of the chaplaincy.

A supper will follow the service, and you are invited to
bring a plate to share.

This ecumenical service is an opportunity for our
churches to gather in fellowship and worship.
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Dio Uron1r ENrwstr11rn
Each Tuesday, the Diocese publishes an enewsleer,
tled Dio Update, featuring stories from across the
Diocese, updang subscribers on events coming up,
photos and feedback from events already held, press
releases, topics of interest and dates to remember.
You can subscribe to this weekly enewsleer by
vising the Diocesan website www.mn.catholic.org.
au/newsevents/diocesanevents.
WrtcoMr!
We welcome to our community of faith Anna
Chalmers the daughter of Phillip and Melissa, and
Jasper Waters the son of Ian and Simone who will be
bapsed with water and the Holy Spirit this weekend.
Pnnisu Socint FuNc1ioNs ron 2014
The dates for the remaining Parish Social Funcons for
2014 are:

INTERNATIONAL LUNCH to be held on Saturday 2nd
August.
BLESSING OF THE FLEET/PARISH BBQ will be held
this year on Sunday 5th October.

Please claim these dates in your diary now and watch
for further details as they are released closer to each
event.
Vocn1ioN Virw
As the Father has sent me, so I send you (John
20:21). The coming of the Holy Spirit gives us the
power and vitality to be a witness for Christ, no maer
the cost. For more informaon regarding Vocaons
contact Fr Brian Mascord on 4979 1112 or by email to
vocaons@mn.catholic.org.au.
101u Nn1ioNnt rCoNrrnrNcr
The 10th Naonal eConference hosted by Broken Bay
Instute will be held on Wednesday 11th June from
10am to 3pm.

Once again the Parish will hosng parcipaon in the
eConference, which has the tle Pope Francis:
Modelling the Ministry of St Peter, and featuring as
presenters Archbishop Timothy Costelloe, Sr Monica
Cavanagh rsj, Fr Gerard Kelly, Ms Selina Hasham, and
Fr Noel Connolly ssc.

You are invited to bring along a small plate of food to
share or your own lunch. Coee and tea will be
provided.

Registraons for the eConference to the Parish Oce
or by email to Lorea Heernan at lorea.heernan@
mn.catholic.org.au
2No Srini1unt Dinrc1ons rCoNrrnrNcr
The Conference of Spiritual Directors will be hosng
their second eConference on Thursday 12th June from
9:30am to 3:30pm.

Unlike the Naonal eConference above, the CSD
eConference, tled The Trinity: A Place of Deep
Listening, will have a smaller appeal: the Conference
is primarily for spiritual directors, although it will be of
interest to others interested in the place of the Trinity
in the Gospel of John.

Tony Knight has oered to host a small group of
interested people (max 12 people) at his home at
Tallwoods Village on the day.

For more informaon, or to register your interest,
please contact Tony on 6559 2573 before the 8th
June.
MiNis1nv iN Acro Cnnr Fnciti1irs
In order to comply with Federal legislaon covering
screening of all people who work in aged care facilies
(nursing homes, hostels, etc), the Diocese is going to
facilitate the necessary screening checks via the
Diocesan Oces.

I would ask all those who minister on behalf of the
Parish in aged care facilies within the Parish to make
contact with me as soon as possible so that this
procedure can be put in place.

Please note: This requirement only applies to those
volunteers who carry out their task on behalf of the
Parish, and not for those who wish to visit family or
friends in local facilies. If in doubt, please check with
me. Fr Andrew
PtnNNro GiviNc
The Financial Year will soon come to end, and the
Parish would like to thank all those who connue to
generously support the life of the Parish.

If you would like to join the Planned Giving
Programme, please contact the Parish Oce.
New envelopes for 201415 will be available in the
next few weeks. To assist in the distribuon would
you please write FORSTER or TUNCURRY on your
envelopes so that we can have your new envelopes
in the right church for you.
If you will be seeking a Tax Receipt for this current
nancial year, would you please write TAX on your
envelope.

Your assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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Kios ConNrn

Try to find these words:
afraid
appeared
evening
forgive
hand
happy
Holy Spirit
Leader
Middle
receive
sins
Sunday
L R M I D D L E W M S Y V S O
Z H V I H A P P Y R P R Q M Z
J D V M K S C N Q M B L F Y B
T C Z D V U G F O R G I V E T
L C K E A F R A I D S L B E I
H R G C Q F Q M C P I E F X Y
R D R V D O R P V W N A P W A
P I M D Z K S T U H S D D S P
B U Q F P H L B T H C E J C P
G B N D E V E N I N G R G N E
F O V S R E C E I V E L C I A
E Q O E F D G X U O Z J V V R
E F A H H O L Y S P I R I T E
J S K C K G V L C R V N F J D
I B T V S U N D A Y H A N D K
The disciples received the Holy Spirit
Jn 20:19-23
Tur Gir1 or UNorns1nNoiNc
The Apostle Paul, addressing the community at
Corinth, aptly describes the eects of this gi that
is, what the gi of understanding does in us and
Paul says this: "What no eye has seen, nor ear heard,
nor the heart of man conceived, what God has
prepared for those who love him, God has revealed to
us through the Spirit" (1 Cor 2:910). This of course
does not mean that a Chrisan can comprehend all
things and have full knowledge of the designs of God:
all of this waits to be revealed in all its clarity once we
stand in the sight of God and are truly one with Him.
However, as the very word suggests, understanding
allows us to "intus legere", or "to read inwardly": this
gi enables us to understand things as God
understands them, with the mind of God. For one can
understand a situaon with human understanding,
with prudence, and this is good. But to understand a
situaon in depth, as God understands it, is the eect
of this gi. And Jesus desired to send us the Holy Spirit
so that we might have this gi, so that all of us might
understand things as God understands them, with the
mind of God. What a beauful gi the Lord has given
us. It is the gi with which the Holy Spirit introduces us
into inmacy with God and makes us sharers in the
plan of love which he has for us.
Pope Francis Excerpt 9 April Wednesday General Audience
in St Peter's Square.
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Orron1uNi1irs Ou1sior Tur Pnnisu
DioSounds Evening Performance 2014
The evening performance of DioSounds 2014 will be
held on Wednesday 11th June commencing at 6:30pm
at the Civic Theatre, Hunter Street, Newcastle. Tickets
are available at the Civic Theatre or via Ticketek
(phone 4929 1977 or visit www.cketek.com.au) and
cost $30 for adults, and $15 for students and
concessions.

2014 TWEC Dinner
The 2014 TWEC Dinner will be held on Friday 13th
June 2014 at The Therry Centre, East Maitland,
6:30pm for 7pm. The special guest speaker will be Mr
Tim Fischer, former Deputy Prime Minister and more
recently the rst resident Australian Ambassador to
the Holy See, well known train enthusiast, writer and
much more! The cost for hors doeuvres, drinks, main
meal and dessert is $60 per person For more
informaon call 4930 9601 or email twec@ssjl.org.au.

Marriage Encounter Weekend
A Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend will be
held beginning Friday 13th June at Mt Carmel Retreat
Centre, Varroville. The weekend oers married
couples a special kind of me out, a dierent kind of
weekend getaway. Contact Ardell or Bill Sharpe on
4283 3435 or wsharpe@bigpond.net.au for more
informaon.

Blake Prize Ocial Launch
The Ocial Launch of the 62nd Blake Prize will be held
on Friday 13th June beginning at 5:30pm at the
University of Newcastle, Callaghan. The Blake Prize
explores the religious and spiritual in art and poetry.
For more informaon email gallery@newcastle.edu.au

Asylum Seeker Awareness Rally
An Awareness Rally for Asylum Seekers will be held on
Sunday 15th June at 2pm at Christ Church Cathedral,
Newcastle to mark the opening of World Refugee
Week. Speakers include: Fr Rod Bower (Gosford
Anglican Church), Ian Rintoul (Refugee Acon Coalion
Sydney), Gleny Rae (musician and parcipant in Go
Back Where You Came From), Kellie Tranter
(Aorney, Maitland) and Gary Kennedy (Secretary,
Newcastle Trades Hall Council).

St Catherines Catholic College Art Exhibion
St Catherines Catholic College is hosng its rst Fine
Arts Exhibion on Tuesday 17th June at 6pm in the
McAuley Hall of the College. The event is expected to
have great success in showcasing the wonderful
talents of the College students, and is themed Art
Innite to encompass the neverending and always
changing process of art and creavity. Opening Night
Funcon (entry by gold coin donaon) will feature
gourmet canapes and orange juice.

Day of Reecon for Women
The Catholic Womens League and the Contact Group
for the Diocesan Contact Group for the Council for
Australian Catholic Women will host a Day of
Reecon for Women will be held on Saturday 21st
June at Corcoran Centre, George St, Morpeth. The
facilitator is Andrew Dean. For more informaon email
cwl@mn.catholic.org.au

2014 Diocesan Youth Retreat
Be, Grow, Show is the tle of the 2014 Diocesan
Youth Retreat which will be held from Friday 27th
June to Sunday 29th June at Camp Elim, The Lakes
Way, Forster. Save the date! For more informaon
email youth.ministry@mn.catholic.org.au.

TWEC Winter Reecon Day
TWEC will host a Winter Reecon Day on Saturday
5th July beginning at 9:30am at St Josephs Convent,
New England Highway, Lochinvar. The cost is $20;
concession $10. Morning Tea is provided; please BYO
lunch. RSVP by 1st July by phone to 4930 9601 or
email to twec@ssjl.org.au.

Bonhoeer Conference 2014
The 2014 Bonhoeer ConferenceUsed and Abused:
Bonhoeer for All Causeswill be held on Thursday
31st July at St Josephs Spirituality Centre,
Kincumber. For more informaon contact Wendy
Grant on 4921 5880 or Bonhoeerconference@
newcastle.edu.au.

Proclaim Conference 2014
The 2014 Proclaim Conference on the New
Evangelisaon will be held from Thursday 21st August
at The Concourse, Chatswood. The theme of the
Conference is Living the Joy of the Gospel in
Parishes drawing on Pope Francis Apostolic
Exhortaon Evangelii Gaudium. For more informaon,
please visit www.proclaimconference.com.au.

2014 Naonal Pilgrimage
In the Footsteps of Saint Mary pilgrimage commences
in Melbourne on 22nd October and ends in Sydney.
The cost per person, twin share is $2,740 (ex Sydney).
For more informaon please contact Therese Leydon
rsj by phone to 8912 4818, or by email to mmp.
ministries@sosj.org.
As the Father sent me,
so I am sending you.
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Ministers this Weekend... ...of the Word ...of Communion
6pm Tuncurry A: Michael Siddle
B: Frank Hayman
Carolyn Ollie, Kathryn McCabe, Margaret Smith, Owen
Carroll, Ruth Pearson.
7am Tuncurry A: Chris Matuszny
B: Tony Knight
Alex Matuszny, Edna Tucker, Mark Mowbray, Norm
Chapman, Tony Knight.
9am Forster A: Marie Keep
B: Judith Shand
Barbara Kermode, Genevieve Williamson, Robert
Moran, Robyn Ryan, Trevor Turner.
Ministers next Weekend... ...of the Word ...of Communion
6pm Tuncurry A: Lou Hope
B: Geraldine Mullin
Burness Goodle, Frank Hayman, Jeanee Goodacre,
Lou Hope, Valarie Ross.
7am Tuncurry A: Bronwyn Morse
B: AnneMarie Greene
Cecile Malone, Graham Griths, Kay Griths, Maria
Armitage, Tony Knight.
9am Forster A: Anne Hartman
B: Marion ONeill
Anne Moloney, Elle CairnsCowan, Josi Beech, Sharon
Fowle, Shioney Neal.
Please note: The above informaon reects the rosters as originally published,
and doesnt take account of any swaps that may have been organised between individuals.
Scnir1unr RrnoiNcs Tuis Wrrk

Today Acts 2:111
1 Corinthians 12:37, 1213
John 20:1923
Monday 1 Kings 17:16
Mahew 5:112
Tuesday 1 Kings 17:716
Mahew 5:1316
Wednesday Acts 11:2126, 13:13
Mahew 10:713
Thursday 1 Kings 18:4146
Mahew 5:2026
Friday 1 Kings 19:9, 1116
Mahew 5:2732
Saturday 1 Kings 19:1921
Mahew 5:3337
Sunday Exodus 34:46, 89
2 Corinthians 13:1113
John 3:1618
Toonvs Li1uncv or 1ur Wono

Responsorial Psalm
Response: Lord, send out your Spirit
and renew the face of the earth.

Gospel Acclamaon
Alleluia, alleluia!
Come, Holy Spirit, ll the hearts of your faithful
and kindle in them the re of your love.
Alleluia!
IN voun cunni1v, rtrnsr rnnv ron:

Those recently deceased:
Dorothy Hayes, Kathleen Janette Majewski.

Those whose anniversaries occur about now.
Leo Abberton, Bill Bromeld, Raymond Chaen.

All those in our community who are sick.
Text: Excerpts from the English Translaon of the Roman Missal 2010, Internaonal Commission on English in the Liturgy (ICEL); Music: From the
Mass of St Francis 2010, Paul Taylor. All rights reserved. Used with permission. Australian AgentWord of Life Internaonal Licence no 195E.