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                                                       (Holy Ghost Fathers)
Fr. Hugh Davoren C.S.Sp                                                                                   Rev. John Hague. Deacon
Tel: 01629 640241                     e-mail:                      Website:
           Sacrament of Reconciliation: SATURDAY                Hassop on request                Bakewell: 5.30 p.m.
                   Gift Aid envelopes are available in both churches for visitors and parishioners to use.
                                   Week commencing Sunday, 11th July 2010
                   Saturday        6.15 p.m.     Bakewell   Paulette M. Knowles RIP
                   Sunday          9.00 a.m.     Bakewell   Parishioners               Mass of 15th Sunday
                                  10.30 a.m.     Hassop     Emma RIP                       of the Year
                   Monday          9.30 a.m.     Hassop     Private Intention (SW)             Feria
                   Tuesday         9.30 a.m.     Bakewell   K and P Gould RIP                St Henry
                   Wednesday       9.30 a.m.     Hassop     Geo. + M Bishop Int.       St Camillus de Lellis
                   Thursday        9.30 a.m.     Bakewell   Sr Kathleen RIP (JEH)        St Bonaventure
                   Friday          9.30 a.m.     Hassop     Family Intention RIP      Our Lady of Mt Carmel
                   Saturday        6.15 p.m.     Bakewell   Chris and David (RMH)
                   Sunday          9.00 a.m.     Bakewell   Parishioners               Mass of 16th Sunday
                                  10.30 a.m.     Hassop     Marie Lennox (B’day)           of the Year

                           17th/18th July      Saturday, 6.15 p.m. Sunday, 9.00 a.m.        Sunday, 10.30 a.m.
                                Readers:          M. Bermingham          M. Trend            T. Kilbride, E. Marsh
                   Eucharistic Ministers:             P. Molloy          N. Harney           A. Shimwell, B. Cain
                             Welcomers:              K. Howard            L. Elliot           D. Jewitt, V. Hope
                      Bakewell Flowers:        M. Trend
                    Collection Counters:       This Sunday: AS/KS Next Sunday: MP/TC

 ‘This year is a very important year for seafarers as it is “The Year of the Seafarer” … we hope to use Sea Sunday to
 highlight how important seafarers are to our economy and way of life.’          [Apostleship of the Sea letter to parishes]

July Diary:                                                       Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice will host an evening
12th R.E. meeting in presbytery.                                  at the Medway Centre, Bakewell on 13th July at 7pm.
13th Clergy farewell meal for Rev. Margaret Roe.                Grandparents – a Mass for you to coincide with
13th Meeting of parish counters at 7pm in presbytery            Walsingham Pilgrimage on Saturday, 24th July at 6.15pm in
15th afternoon ABC meeting at FMH                               Bakewell. It’s a nice gesture to recognise our Grandparents!
15th PPC meeting 7.30pm: we shall be looking for new            If any Grandparents would like to prepare something
members of the PPC in time for the AGM in October.              special for the evening Mass, please get in touch with
19-22nd CSSp Provincial Assembly                                Deacon John or Fr Hugh. Frequently it is the Grandparents
23rd Wedding of Barna & Dora in Hungary                         who first touch the lives of their grandchildren in the ways
This Sunday is Padley Sunday: There will be a Hassop of prayer and faith.
to Padley walk starting after Mass at 11.30am Arrival at The Wine & Cheese Evening had to be cancelled
Padley Chapel in time for the 3.30pm Derbyshire Martyrs because of lack of support. The Social Committee was very
Mass. The walk is 5.75miles (approx 3 hours), and includes disappointed by this. It can no longer be said that we have
a break for a sandwich lunch. There will be the possibility too many social events because in fact these have been
of joining the group at an intermediate point for those who reduced this year. Those of us who have good memories,
do not want to do the whole walk. Return will be by car. please remember this!
Contact Roger Burkey.
                                                                From the SVP Thanks to Rosy who spoke last Sunday in
Today is Sea Sunday when we are asked by the Bakewell on J & P matters. Any enquiries of events or
Apostleship of the Sea (AoS) to support their pastoral activities, please contact Chris Holmes. Thanks, also, for
support for seafarers who visit our shores. The AoS was the recent collection which raised £178 to be used on the
founded in 1922 and we are reminded by Bishop Tom SVP projects we support. Cutlery, crockery, household
Burns, who writes for Sea Sunday, that 95% of all our items, and small items of furniture can be taken to the SVP
goods are transported by sea. We shall have a retiring Store in Sheffield. Please contact Pat Skidmore or Chris
collection for the AoS this weekend. The AoS is a registered Holmes for details. Next meeting 19th July at 10am.
charity with the number 1069833 for Gift Aid purposes.
                                                                Sick and Housebound: In prayer we remember Anthony
In Touch – our parish magazine is on sale this weekend Culshaw, Mary Lee, Carole Petts, Patricia Turner, Christina
at 50p per copy. It is very well produced and offers to all a Gentis, Stella Clegg, Mary Sheldon, Joe Burns, Michael and
little flavour of parish life. Our thanks to the editorial team Shirley Plant. Also for Fr Ken Martin CSSp who was taken
and to the contributors and especially to Leslie Wright who into hospital on the morning of his Golden Jubilee
gives a wonderful interview in it.                              celebration in Bickley.

             Anniversaries: – We pray this week especially for Hilary Erskine-Murray and Joan Tommason.
                                          May their souls rest in peace.

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