TIMES OF MASS FOR THE 28th WEEK OF ORDINARY TIME
TWENTY-EIGHTH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR
SUNDAY: PARISH MASS at 10.00am
Signed Mass for the Clifton Deaf Association at 3.00pm – all welcome
MONDAY: Adoration at 8.30am Service of Word & Communion at 9.00am
TUESDAY: Feast of St Teresa of Avila, Reforming Carmelite Nun (1515-1582)
Adoration (intention – our school) at 5.30pm Mass at 6.00pm
WEDNESDAY: Adoration at 5.30pm Mass at 6.00pm
THURSDAY: Feast of St Ignatius of Antioch, Bishop and Martyr (1st century)
Mass at 12 noon, followed by Adoration until 1.30pm
FRIDAY: Feast of St Luke, Evangelist, co-worker with St Paul
Adoration at 8.15am Morning Prayer at 8.45am Mass at 9.00pm
SATURDAY: Feast of SsJean de Brébreuf, Isaac Jogues and first North American martyrs
Adoration at 7.30am Morning Prayer at 7.45am Mass at 8.00am
Leaving for Diocesan Day for Year of Communion at 8.45am
Sacrament of Reconciliation: none today
TODAY  On the 28th Sunday of the Year, we celebrate the Universal and healing love of God that is made flesh in Jesus. Elisha the Prophet heals the foreign enemy general and Jesus reaches out to the lepers who literally survive on the edges of society, condemned and shunned by all. And the one who returns to give thanks is again the foreigner! And in the special ‘Extraordinary Month of Mission’, our mission is clear – to reach out in the name of Jesus to all the excluded and those far away with the same Universal and Healing love we find in Jesus!
 In this Week of Prayer for Prisoners and their families, let us reach out to these shunned and marginalised of our society with loving prayer.
 Signed Mass with the Catholic Deaf Association at 3.00pm – all welcome.
NEXT SUNDAY  On the 29th Sunday of the Year, we celebrate Jesus the man of prayer who exhorts us never to give up praying, brining our own needs but even more the needs of a world wounded by injustice, inequality, war and poverty … to our ever-loving Abba (Father). Let us bring him the needs, not our wants, bring him the problems not our solutions – and bring them in an ever-deepening faith.
 This is World Mission Sunday when we recognise the awesome and joyful responsibility for proclaiming the Gospel and serving the Kingdom in word, in prayer, in life-style and in action of service and witness. We are all called to be ‘missionary disciples’. There is a Retiring Collection for the Church World-wide Mission – please be generous.
 Appropriately, as we reflect upon the mission of the Church, we celebrate the Baptism of some of our children – baptised into a missionary Body of Christ. P.lease pray for them
 Mass with the LGBTI community and friends at 3.00pm – all welcome.
DIOCESAN PRAYER The Diocese prays today for all Hospital and Prison Chaplaincies, for the clergy and laypeople involved in the important ministries and all whom they serve. Can we also pray for all medical staff in our hospitals and all who staff our prisons.
WORD OF GOD FOR TWENTY-EIGHTH WEEK OF ORDINARY TIME
Sunday 2 Kings 5: 14-17 / Psalm 97 / 2 Timothy 2: 8-13 / Luke 17: 11-19
Monday Romans 1: 1-7/ Psalm 97 / Luke 11: 29-32
Tuesday Romans 1: 16-25 / Psalm 18 / Luke 11: 37-41
Wednesday Romans 2: 1-11 / Psalm 61 / Luke 11: 42-46
Thursday Romans 3: 21-30 / Psalm 129 / Luke 11: 47-54
Friday 2 Timothy 4: 10-17 / Psalm 144 / Luke 10: 1-9
Saturday Romans 4: 13, 16-18 / Psalm 104 / Luke 12: 9-12