St Mary Newhouse
St Mary Newhouse

Rosary Services 2022

Programme of Rosary Services for 2022

 

To be held at the following venues:

Our Lady & St Edwards (OLSE)

St Mary's Newhouse (SMN)

St Mary's Fernyhalgh (SMF)

Carmelite Convent (CC)

 

 

 

All services will start at 2.00pm and last approximately 35 minutes.

 

Date

Day of Week

Feast Day

Venue

24th Jan

Monday

Our Lady Queen of Peace

OLSE

11th Feb

Friday

Our Lady of Lourdes

SMN

25th March

Friday

Annunciation (Lady Day)

SMF

23rd April

Saturday

Divine Mercy

OLSE

31st May

Tuesday

Visitation

SMN

27th June

Monday

Mary, Mother of Perpetual Help

SMF

16th July

Saturday

Our Lady of Mount Carmel

CC

15th August

Monday

Assumption of Our Lady

SMN

8th Sept

Thursday

Birth of Our Lady

CC

7th Oct

Friday

Our Lady of the Rosary

OLSE

21st Nov

Monday

Presentation of Our Lady

SMF

8th Dec

Thursday

Immaculate Conception of Our Lady

CC

 

 

The Rosary

Jesus and Mary were attending a friend’s wedding at Cana when Mary noticed the wine was running out. To save embarrassment for their host, Mary asked Jesus if he would sort out the problem. Jesus answered his mother’s request and turned water into wine.

Sons whenever possible, always do what their mum’s ask them to do.

Jesus always grants His mother’s wishes. When in need we should always ask for Mary’s help. The most effective way of doing this is to pray the Rosary.

 

On 11th February 1858 Our Lady first appeared to Bernadette. Our Lady had Rosary beads on her right arm and invited Bernadette to pray the Rosary with her. Our Lady remained silent passing the Rosary beads through her fingers but recited with Bernadette the Gloria.

 

On 13th May 1917, Our Lady appeared at Fatima to Lucia. Our Lady urged Lucia to pray the Rosary each day, to obtain peace for the world, and the end of the war. WW1 ended on 11th November 1917.

We know:

• The Rosary is the most powerful weapon we possess.

• The Rosary can fight all kinds of injustice, inequality, and pure evil.

 

If you are in a hurry to have a prayer answered, reach for your rosary beads. Our Lady always answers our prayers, sometimes not in the way we thought she would but better than we could imagine.

If you don’t know the power of the Rosary, try it. You will make Our Lady smile.

 

Please keep in touch: Why not join our Whatsapp group? – Rosary Services

Send your details:

Email to rosaryservices@outlook.com

or call 0777 943 6279

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The Word of Mercy

Parish Clergy:

Fr. Ernest Attah (Priest in Charge) and 

Fr. Mario-Benedict Ashuikeka (assistant priest)

at St Mary's, Fernyhalgh

Telephone: mostly via the Sisters on 07934 222978 or 01772 862437

but also via Fernyhalgh parish on 01772 862231

 

Parish Sisters:

Sister Maria dee Lacson and 

Sister Sheinrose La Torre

belonging to congregation St. Paul of Chartres.

at The Convent (formerly OLSE presbytery).

Tel: 07934 222978 or 01772 862437 

Eml: saintmarysnewhouse@gmail.com

 

Fr. Bob Horn:

at St Mary's, Newhouse

Telephone: 01772 862831

Eml: vallahorn@btinternet.com

 

 

 

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