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Priest-in-Charge: Rev. Fr. Jaromir Wilczak SCJ
The Presbytery, (Tel: 01752-401281)
In emergency 07934668112
20 Radford Park Road,
Plymstock, Plymouth, PL9 9DW
Retired in the parish: Fr. Terry Fleming
 Before and after Mass each weekday,
Adoration of The Blessed Sacrament (with Rosary):
Wednesday and Friday
Our parish Safeguarding Rep is Robert Hardman
(tel. 01752-862377)

2nd WEEK IN ORDINARY TIMES                                           20-27.01.2013.
2 SUNDAY                    10.00 am                For the People of the Parish
Monday                     NO MASS
St Agnes
Tuesday                       9.30 am               Holy souls                         P & V Warren
Wednesday                     9.30 am               Thanksgiving                       MM & D King
     Funeral Service         1.00 pm                John Stephen Leonard RIP
Thursday                      9.30 am               Mary Ines                          M Tuck
St Francis de Sales
Friday –                      9.30 am
The Conversion of Saint Paul, feast
Saturday                      9.30 am
Ss Timothy and Titus
3rd SUNDAY                  10.00 am                For the People of the Parish

   We pray for John Leonard and for those whose annieversaries occur this week:
(20th Jan.) Marita Overs, Pauline Warren, John Buffery,
(21th Jan.) Caroline Uffin, George Trout,
(22nd Jan.) Monica May, Terence McGrath, Catherine Peace, Michael Cavanagh,
(23rd Jan.) Anthony Hawke,
(24th Jan.) Leslie Lockhart, Peggy Lamerton,
(25th Jan.) John Kearns, William Willis, Leonard Marcus,
(26th Jan.) Michael Smith, Macgregor Hawes,
(27th Jan.) Bernard George,

Fr. Terry,                                   Beryl Millett,                  Joyce Tregillus,
Vincent Warren,                              Janet Philpott,                 Mary Darke,
Frances Owen,                                Genevieve Pinhorn,              Eileen Kingswell,
Sarah Humphries,                             Tessa O’Donovan,                Robert Hanvey.
Diocesan matters                                 Wed 20th Feb at 12.30pm, Plymouth
                                                 University - Rolle Building 605. Organised
1. Natural Family Planning                       by Plymouth Catholic Student Society.
Teacher Training Residential Course.             See Fr Ian Hellyer, email:
7-10 Feb 2013, Buckfast to re-accredit           Ann Widdecombe is a former Member of
existing teachers so they may retain their       Parliament & a novelist. She is a Catholic
teacher status, and to train new teachers. The   and has been a strong supporter of the pro-
method is taught within the ethos of Catholic    life cause, a passionate advocate for
Church teaching. Contact Christine: 01752        religious freedom and an outspoken
224018,                  opponent to the redefinition of marriage. She
                                                 is looking forward to speaking
2. VACANCIES - THE CATHOLIC                      to us in Plymouth -we are certainly sure for
DIOCESE OF PLYMOUTH                              a lively hour.
Safeguarding Caseworker (part time) - 1post
Location: St Boniface House Near                 4. Retreats in the Diocese of Plymouth 2013
Ashburton, Actual salary: £17,526. Hours:        2 March, 21-23 June, 24 –28 June, 20-26
21/ 3 days a week. Successful applicants will    October, 8 –10 & 22-24 November. These
need extensive experience working in a           retreats are Silent & Individually Guided
safeguarding or public protection role,          by members of the Plymouth Diocesan
experience in leading training within a          Ignatian Spirituality Team. Contact: The
safeguarding or similar environment and are      Presbytery, 19 Fosse Rd, Kingsbridge,
likely to have a social work qualification or    TQ7 1NG, tel: 01548 852670, email:
other experience in the police, probation or or
Parish Finance Mentor (part time) - 2 posts      See poster on the notice board.
Location: can be home based in Dorset,
Devon or Cornwall, Actual Salary: from           5. RCIA (JOURNEY TO FAITH)
£8,736 to £10,192, 2-3 days a week. These        10 First Thursdays at St Boniface School,
roles will support the Diocese’s parishes in     Crownhill at 7.15pm. The Plymouth parishes
the production of financial information to       are running the RCIA course together this
standards required by the Charity                year as part of the Deanery “Opening the
Commission and HM Revenue & Customs.             Door to Faith” series of presentations for the
Successful candidates will possess a sound       Year of Faith. Following meetings on:,
knowledge of double entry accounting,            March 7, April 18, May 2nd, June 6 and July
computer literacy, have good interpersonal       4th. All are welcome.
skills and be highly organised. A driving
licence is essential as travelling to parishes   6. HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY—27
will be necessary. Some weekend/evening          January 2013 ‘BUILD A BRIDGE’
work will be required occasionally as part of    Holocaust Memorial Day is kept all over the
the working week. All positions require a        world on 27 January—the day Auschwitz
sensitivity and empathy to the ethos of the      was liberated.
Catholic Church. More information: Human
Resources Manager—Tracey Fuller 01364            7. LAST CALL FOR GATHER 2013
645455,                In the “Year of Faith” Bishop Christopher
Applications are by CV and covering letter.      invites catechists and teachers to consider
The last date for applications is 27 Jan 2013.   with him “Value and Brilliance” of the
                                                 SECOND VATICAN COUNCIL. Venue:
3. An open lecture by Ann Widdecombe:            Toorak Hotel, Torquay, 8 – 10th February
“British Catholics going to prison for their     2013. Leaflets in the porch.
faith?” Could this happen in Britain today?

COLLECTION (13.01.13) £384.60; Gift aided: £142.00, other Envp: 39.00: , Loose:203.60)

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