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Sunday: 9:30;11; 12:30 & 6:30pm
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Bulletin Notices 19 Sept 2021

Bulletin 19th September 2021 -25th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Saint Joseph’s Passionist Church
Tel: 01. 42 27 28 56 [Int’l: + 33 1]
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Website: www.stjoeparis.org


Weekend Masses at St Joseph’s:
Saturday Vigil Mass
: 6.30 p.m.
Sunday Mass:
9.30 a.m., 11.00 a.m. and 12.30 p.m.; Evening: 6.30 p.m.
Registration for these 5 Masses is from website:
www.stjoeparis.org


Diocesan ‘Laudato Si’ this Sun. 19 Sept. Archbishop Aupetit with Mass at 11 a.m. Thanks to Carlotta and Anne for becoming St Joseph’s ‘Laudato Si Ambassadors’.  

Sun 26 Sept Parish Info Day in Garden after 3 Sunday morning Masses. Let us enjoy this first social event for a long time.

Thurs 14 Oct 8 p.m. RCIA begins

Marriage Preparation: begins 3rd Oct.: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Bible Study: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Other Ministries resuming.


Confirmation 5th June 2022 at 3 pm. Bishop Denis Jachiet will confer the Sacrament of Confirmation.
Notes:
Confirmation Retreat
: 29 Jan. 10 am at Church of St Augustin; Enrolment Mass with Parents 2 pm; End of day at 3pm
Letters to Bishop Jachiet by Sat. 19 Feb
.
Feedback on letters by Bishop, 9th April
during morning at St Joseph’s from 10am. Bishop present 11.30 – 12.30 pm

Confirmation Rehearsal, 5 Jun. 2 p.m. with Sponsor (1) present. Updates by CCD class teachers as year goes on.


CCD Registration for 2021-2022:
Classes will resume, on Sun, 3rd October.
Volunteers to assist CCD are needed. Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
CCD Teachers Meeting Sat. 18 Sept. 2.30
pm
CCD FHC and Reconciliation in 2022
26 Mar: 1st Reconciliation at 11.30 a.m.
4 June: CCD 1st Communions at  11.00 a.m.
5 June: CCD Confirmations at 3 p.m.
Marymount School Paris {Eglise St Jacques}
10 Feb: First Reconciliation at 7.00 p.m.
29 May: Sacrament of Confirmation at 3 p.m.
11 June: First Holy Communion at 11 a.m
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‘Feed the Homeless’: Young Adult Ministry with others this Sat., 11.30 a.m.

Feastdays this week: Mon: Martyrs of Korea; Tues: St Matthew; Thurs: St ‘Padre’ Pio. Pray for us.

Alpha Course online Mon, 27 Sept. from 20h30 – 22h for 11 weeks. Course in English & French. American Church, Quai d’Orsay. 

English Language Classes: Tim Ross resumes online his English classes. Children, with parental consent, and adults welcome to register for class. Email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Pilgrimage: Ste-Baume, Cotignac & Lyon: Shrine of St Mary Magdalene, Apparition Site of St Joseph, Our Lady of Graces & Cathedral of Lyon: Oct 29 – 1 Nov. See Leaflets or call Venci: 06.98.68.95.30  


Collections 12 Sept. Masses : € 1,528,47. ADP: € 252 ; La Quête: € 57. Shrine Candles: € 147,83. Thanks to all for this.



Preparatory Document Synod of Bishops www.vatican.va for full text. Published 7th Sept.: Pope Francis calls the Church to ‘this path of Synodality which God expects of the Church of 3rd Millenium’. He outlines 3 processes so that we can live Communion, achieve Participation and open up to Mission. This is our challenge as we can journey together.

No one can be saved alone; we can only be saved together.’ {Fratelli Tutti 3 Oct. 2020} To achieve God’s dream for His People, requires listening to the ‘whispers’ of the Holy Spirit. Like the wind, it blows where it will.  ‘Synodality’ represents the main road for the Church as called to renew herself under the action of the Holy Spirit and by listening to the Word of God.

COVID-19 momentarily revived the sense that we are a global community, all in the same boat, where one person’s problems are the problems of all. At the same time, the pandemic has also made the already existing inequalities explode. We as followers of Christ, are continually challenged to take on the pain of our brothers and sisters wounded in their flesh and in their spirit.

First millennium ‘journeying together’ [Synodality] was the ordinary way in which the church acted. Saint John Chrysostom (349-407) said that “Church and Synod are synonymous’. All are called to listen to each other and to the Holy Spirit, Spirit of Truth, in order to know what the Spirit is saying to us now. This same Spirit works in the mission of Jesus, was promised to the Apostles and to all generations of Disciples who listen to Word of God and put it into practice.

Consulting the People of God is key to the process of reading the signs of the times in which we as the Church exist. Enlightened by the Word of God, grounded in Tradition, this synodal path is rooted in the concrete life of the People of God. The fundamental question that guides consultation of the People of God, is the following: How is ‘journeying together’ happening today in your particular Church? What steps does the Holy Spirit invite us to take in order to grow in our ‘journeying together’?

The purpose of this consultation is to gather the wealth of the experiences of Church being lived in local situations. This will involve the Faithful with their Pastors. Each local congregation is best placed to design how best to do this consultation. The contribution of bodies such as the Parish Pastoral Council is specifically requested. [Doc: No. 31]

The purpose of the Synod consultation of local churches is not to produce documents. It is “to plant dreams, draw forth prophecies and vision, allow hope to flourish, inspire trust, bind up wounds, weave together relationships, awaken a dawn of hope, learn from one another, create a bright resourcefulness that will enlighten minds, warm hearts and give strength to our hands.” [Pope Francis at Synod of Bishops on Young People, 3rd October 2018).


Fr Pat before end of Oct. will go to Mount Argus to continue his ministry in Dublin. Fr Martin Coffey, C.P. is appointed to St Joseph’s, but due to his position in Rome, he will begin at St Joseph’s in Oct. 2022. Until then, I (Aidan) will continue until Martin arrives. Thanks to Fr Pat for his dedicated ministry at St Joseph’s.


 

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Saint Joseph's Catholic Church
50 Avenue Hoche
75008 Paris, France
33(0)1 42 27 28 56
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