is two years since the war inUkraine began.
pray for the people there and for peace.
following pray has been composed by the diocese’.
pray for and end to the war…..
work miracles, so be kind to all and hear us.
God, our Saviour, and deliver the people of Ukraine from persecution.
our aid and destroy the intentions and unrighteous boldness of those who go to
war against our people.
those who oppose your commandments.
all peace, salvation and joy in our hearts.
are protection and salvation for those who trust in you.
you glory, the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit, now and ever, and
Extra for Lent
Our Lenten Soups are
Each Friday between 12
noon and 1:30pm we will serve a soup
lunch. Give up your main meal of
the day and join us for
soup, give the cost of your
main meal to help raise funds
Good Life Orphanage in
Kenya. This was not too well
supported last year, so
if you can come and join us, please
do, it’s a lovely way of
for a chat and a bite to
Thanks to those who came on Friday we raised £95.
Stations of the Cross
Each Friday through Lent
at 6pm. If you can join us please do,
this is a truly ancient prayer of the Church, and its reminds us of what God
did by sending Jesus into the world to save us from our sins.
Early notice. - Accessibility awareness.
There will be a meeting on Tuesday 28th of May at St Joseph’s Mossley at 7pm.
This meeting will be led by Dr Minna Moffatt-Feldman, the Accessibility
Co—Ordinator for the Diocese of Salford.
This will be the first ever meeting called for both parishes to attend,
so if you are able, please put this date in your diary and come along.
Raising money for the Good Life Orphanage in Kenya.
Teresa Marshall will be running 5
kilometers every day through Lent, to raise money for the Good Life Orphanage,
if you would like to sponsor her, please add your name to the form at the back
Teresa is also attending the Lenten
Station Masses and has offered a lift to anyone who might need one.
– only by appointment, please phone Fr Jim
– If you are planning to get married the Church requires six months’ notice of your
Divine Mercy Devotion, every first Sunday of the month, at St Ann's Church,
Ashton. it begins at 2,30pm with exposition, followed by Divine mercy prayers
at 3pm and ends with Benediction.