Saturday 3rd March
Our first parish social event is one not to be missed. Please come along on Saturday 3rd to the Tewkesbury Bowling Club to join in the fun. £5 per head will cover costs and raise funds towards sending delegates from St Joseph’s to Liverpool for the Eucharistic Congress in September.
This is always a good night and if everyone brings along a plate of nibbles to share it will live up to its great reputation.
Please see Frank Hannigan for further details.
Please call into the office and collect information sheets to how to make
a child’s Smiley Bag.
You can help relieve the suffering of innocent little ones in war torn Syria and Iraq.
Alternatively find details of dignity bags for women in the war torn area. We did this earlier in the year but the problem is an on-going one and they need our help.
Recent photographs showing the Bishop at the Mass of Consecration in St Peter Claver.
The priests and people in Bo celebrate the fact that their church is now completed and they have such a beautiful house of worship.
A Message from Emmanuel
Click on the title above to open a message from our friend Father Emmuel on your home computer screen.
Pictured below, Father celebrates his birthday by saying Mass in Rome.
Soon we will hear him celebrate Mass with us once again.
On Wednesday 29th November Clifton launched a three year programme ‘A Future full of Hope’
The first year is concerned with Mission and we now have a display of material in the Narthex on this theme. Watch out for other information displayed throughout the year that will inspire and motivate you to share your faith and thereby continue the message of the gospel.
Each parishioner should now have collected a small booklet of St Mark’s gospel – a tool to help us realise that we have work to do during the year.
Our church, as a partner, is able to issue vouchers for local people to use in a crisis situation.
Please see Chris Davies, our administrator – Wednesday [9-2] or Friday [12-3]
Below you can double click the link to access the most recent foodbank newsletter and find out the different ways in which you can help the more unfortunate in our community.