5th Sunday Ordinary Time 7th February 2016



5th Sunday Ordinary Time 7th February 2016
Money Matters
Offertory Collection last weekend:
£699.16 of which
£448.00 was Gift Aided.
Gift Aid: If you are a Tax Payer,
please consider filling out the Gift
Aid form which is in the church
porch to receive a box of weekly
envelopes for your
offertory donation or for a one-off
donation then please use the
Green envelopes.
Please remember to write your
name, address, sign and date the
green envelope.
Thank you for supporting
our Parish.
Responsorial Psalm:
Before the angels
I will bless you, O Lord
Gospel Acclamation:
Alleluia, Alleluia!
I call you friends, says the
Lord, because I have
made known to you
everything I have learnt
from my Father.
Eglwys Catholig Dewi Sant, Yr Wyddgrug
St.David’s Catholic Church, Mold
We remember in our prayers
Those whose anniversaries
(6th Feb) Patrick O’Brien, Margaret Geraghty, Joseph
Whitley, Randall Maddocks, Thomas Allen, Mary
Hynes, Christine Thornton (7th Feb) Ann McDonough,
Joseph Maguire , (8th Feb) Ann Duffy, Louis Turner
(9th Feb) Helen Parker (10th Feb) Mary Magdalene
Shannon, Helen Baker, Patrick Walsh (11th Feb)
Mary Ann Burns, David Bryn Jones (12th Feb) Francis Mitchell, Elizabeth Roberts
Let us pray for the Sick
Ian Byron, Debra Ann Roberts,Tricia Twizell, Rosa Maria, Joan Lawrence, Gay
McCornick, Moira Catherall, Lea Hill, Anne
Turner, Mary Rowe, Rose Bryan, Jenny
Mansley, Jennifer Rowley, Nancy Wilson,
Joe Goggin, Joe & Luisa Desena, Peggy
Edwards, Shelagh Fulham,
Stubbs, Philomena Lamano,
and Leo
Parish Priest: Fr. Pius Mathew CMI,
St.David’s Presbytery, St.David’s Lane, Mold. CH7 1LH
Email: [email protected]
01352 752087
Deacon David Joy:01352 754722 LSUConvent:01352 700121
Website: http://www.stdavidsmold.org.uk/
www.wrexhamdiocese.org.uk http://www.cmi.org.in
7th February 2016
6th February Saturday
Mass 5.30pm
Int. Sean Neeson
(Maire and Michael Greaney)
7th February Sunday
Mass 11am
Stations of the Cross.
Wednesday 7pm during Lent (from 17th)
Parish groups (or individuals) are once
again invited to lead the Stations.
Different weekly formats allow us to reflect
on the Stations very personally. Therefore
please take the opportunity to sign up on
the sheet at the back of church.
The Prayer Group following the Life in
the Spirit Seminar will meet as always in
the hall at 7.0 pm on Thursday 11th February. Steve Halsall
For People of the Parish
Monday :
8th Feb
9th Feb
10th Feb
11th Feb
12th Feb
5th Sunday Ordinary Time Year C
Liturgy of the day
Mass 9.15am
(Chao Long Lin& Mary Wu)
Liturgy of the day
Mass 9.15am
Int. Anne Tunstan (HF.Wrexham)
Ash Wednesday
Mass 9.15am (Int. Ping Yu Chen)
Mass 7pm (Holy Souls)
Our Lady of Lourdes, World day of the Sick
Mass 9.15am
Lord Harlech RIP (Pam Moore)
Liturgy of the day
Mass 9.15am
Michael Baker RIP &Maureen Edwards RIP
(Mandy Doyle)
13th February Saturday
Mass 5.30pm
14th February Sunday
Mass 11am
For People of the Parish
Laurence Simmons RIP
(Agnes Christmas)
Rosary and
Every Friday
following the
morning Mass
at 9.15am
Sacrament of
10.30am to
& Before the Vigil
Sundays before
the Mass
e all like to feel
and we all
have our own little ways of
doing things that we’ve got
used to. That’s because by
nature we’re creatures of
habit. We don’t like to be
put out or troubled by having to learn new ways. We
like a quiet life.
sometimes use
their faith in the
same way. It becomes a comfort
and a crutch, a
way of doing
things that makes
them feel secure
and unthreatened. Faith
becomes the spiritual insurance policy that guarantees
peace of mind.
ut at the heart of faith
is risk. Faith involves
making that leap, walking
along the path with no
signs, trusting when you
know that everything could
go wrong. Faith is an invitation not to remain where we
are but to seek ever new
and more enriching pas-
tures, to stretch ourselves,
to be challenged in ways
that we cannot even suspect but which will carry
their own rewards. Christian faith, in particular, is
not an anaesthetic but an
n today’s gospel we
see Jesus telling Simon Peter to put out
the boats into deeper water. Normally you don’t
catch many fish by the
edge of a lake; you have to
be bold and move into the
middle. And, sure enough,
having fished all night long
and caught nothing, it was
when the disciples obeyed
Jesus’ request to put out
into deeper water that they
not only caught fish but
netted a catch that
astounded them.
he deeper the water the more uncomfortable people
feel, because you can’t
touch the bottom. But the
deeper the water the greater the catch. Our sluggishness encourages us to remain static in faith. We’re
content to catch fish when
Jesus promises us that we
could be catching
people, encouraging
men and women to
come to Christ.
We’re prepared to
do the basic minimum in our faith, to
enjoy the view close
to the shore, when
Jesus promises us a
magnificent experience on the high seas.
oday’s liturgy challenges us to be bolder in our relationship with
God and with others, to
grow in faith and trust, to
move to areas in our lives
that are as yet uncharted.
Yes, we’re bound to have
doubts about our safety.
But God does not promise
us a calm passage…just a
safe landing.
History of
St David's church building.
On Friday the Welsh Government published
the School Categorisations. I am delighted
to share with you that St David's Catholic
Primary School is graded as Yellow, demonstrating that it is an effective school, with
good achievements and is a self improving
school. Congratulations and thanks to Governors, staff and pupils with all the achievements. Mr. Simon Hughes
We are collecting items of historical interest with regard to the 50 years of our
church building. Mr Hughes has kindly
agreed to make room to store and collect any items in the school. Mr Eddie
Saul will scan and copy photos, and
documents, and Mr Mark Philpot will
organise and catalogue items. If you
have anything relating to the history of Congratulations to Mr. Simon Hughes too
the church which we can display, please
let any of the above know, or take it to
Nursery Preference Forms 2016
the school. Please ensure items are
The Nursery Preference Forms for September
marked with your name, for return.
Extraordinary Ministers
of the Eucharist: Renewal Programme
As we renew our commitment on Maundy Thursday, we each promise to undertake some formation. The parish will
offer this again this year on Saturday
March 19th from 10 am until 12 noon.
The format will be Reflection, Practical
Discussion and adoration.
We will review the changes made last
year, and consider any further
'improvements'. All Ministers are asked
to make every effort to attend.
200 Club 2016 Update
You have done exceptionally well in the
first 3 weeks . So far 93 have renewed. 11
new members have joined our ranks. 45
have still to renew and we still have space
for 51 more.
so a very big thank you for renewing and
joining and Mike and I will hang around
after the weekend masses to collect from
those who still want to renew or join the
we are planning to collect for the next 5/6
weeks and have the first 3 draws the last
weekend of March Once again thanks for
all your support its very much appreciated
and all the profits go back to OUR church.
Tony Gent
No Choir Practice this Tuesday/9th
2016 have now been sent out (for return by 19th
February). These forms have only been sent out
to those parents who have registered an interest
in their child attending St David’s Nursery, so if
you know anyone with a child who will be 3 by
31st August 2016 who may be interested , please
ask them to contact the school office on 01352
For parents with slightly younger children
(minimum 2 years 4 months), there are places
available in St David’s Playgroup, which can be
contacted directly on 07766 627615.
Mr. Simon Hughes,
Headteacher, St. David’s School
'Contact The Elderly' is a
national charity which organises
monthly afternoon tea parties for
those who are aged 75 or over
and live alone.
The SVP is holding a tea and
cakes afternoon in our church
hall next Sunday 14th February
between 3-5pm. If any parishioner would like to
go you will be made very welcome and transported to and from the event. Please ring 01352
755067 for details. Brian Cullen
Fairtrade Real Easter Eggs
Anyone wishing to order Easter Eggs please email
Alan at the usual address - or leave a written
order with your contact details in the box at the
Shop :[email protected]
You can see an example of both eggs and their
contents at the back of Church. Alan Morris

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