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THE FAMILY OF JESUS AND MARY (FJM) IN FELIXSTOWE

ST. FELIX PARISH NEWSLETTER


The worldwide Association of the Family of Jesus and Mary began 8, Gainsborough Rd.,
in 1981 at the time of the Beatification of St Claudine Thevenet, Felixstowe IP11 7HT
foundress of the Religious of Jesus and Mary. The Association is 01394 282561
closely connected to the Congregation of J & M and the member-
ship is drawn from lay people, within their own local communities, E-Mail: sacerdotus@googlemail.com
Parish Priest: Fr David Hennessy
who identify with the spirit, ideals and apostolic mission of the
Website : www.saintfelix.co.uk 26th October, 2008
Religious of Jesus and Mary.
FJM groups are scattered throughout the world, wherever the Reli- 30th SUNDAY, YEAR A
gious of Jesus and Mary are to be found.
WEEKEND MASSES
The aims of FJM:
SATURDAY VIGIL “Access to employment and
To offer a way of life to all Christians which will support them and 6pm to professions must be open
enable them to live and witness the grace of their Baptism more ( Angela Lee+ ) to all without unjust discrimi-
deeply. SUNDAY MORNING
nation: men and women,
healthy and disabled, natives
 To experience Jesus Christ and his Paschal Mystery more
9.00am and immigrants. For its part
fully.
( Gordon Herries+ ) society should, according to
 In the spirit of St Claudine Thevenet, to work together in the circumstances, help citizens
Church to make God and his merciful goodness better known. 10.30am: Convent find work and employment.
( Srs Immaculata Catechism of the Catholic
 To offer friendship and mutual help, in the true family spirit & Genevieve ) Church, #2433
which characterised St Claudine and her first companions.
11.30am: St Cecilia’s
When and where do we meet? ( Private Intention )
COLLECTIONS
Our Felixstowe group meets once a month at the Convent of Jesus LAST WEEK
and Mary (63 Orwell Road) on the 4th Thursday of each month at
7.30 pm with a Summer break during the months of August and OFFERTORY: £658.21
September. (23 October: Meditated Rosary) WEEKDAY MASSES
CAFOD: £157.53
10.00am at the convent each day,
Content of Meetings: Prayer and contemplative focus: liturgical
Monday—Friday:
seasons, special themes, Annual Day of Recollection/Retreat, Pil- MANY THANKS
grimages; Information on the Congregation of Jesus and Mary, St Monday: Joseph Abbamont+ ONCE AGAIN
Claudine, Blessed Dina Belanger; as well as on our fellow FJM Tuesday: Srs Immaculata FOR YOUR GENEROSITY
groups worldwide. Social: Coffee Mornings, invited speakers, & Genevieve
Wednesday: Private intention
Christmas party, occasional social meetings.
Thursday: Private Intention
Friday: Private Intention APOLOGIES …
If you would like to find out more
about the Family of Jesus and Mary, if you’re feeling a bit chilly in church. The old
IN ADDITION AT ST FELIX church boiler, which has given 41 years of
do come and join us at one of our meetings. service, has now packed up altogether and a
FRIDAY
new one will be installed beginning tomorrow,
Contact: Sister Bridget. 12noon: Mass October 27th—or so I have been promised!
CHILDREN'S LITURGY - LEARNING TOGETHER

CHURCHES TOGETHER IN FELIXSTOWE You may have seen in the Learning Together leaflet that there is a study
Autumn Forum Meeting day for Children's Liturgy leaders on 8th November at Wymondham. I
intend to go to this and am happy to drive. Please ring me on
Tuesday November 11th
01394286768 if you are interested in going. Kathleen Waring
7.30pm
Salvation Army Community Hall
Cobbold Road, Felixstowe
Refreshments from 7.15pm onwards NEXT SUNDAY PLEASE REMEMBER IN YOUR PRAYERS ALL WHO
There is the ARE SICK, THOSE HAVE DIED RECENTLY AND
annual collection THOSE WHO HAVE ANNIVERSARIES:
INDOOR BOWLS for the
St Edmund’s Fund, Mykola Pojta; Enrico DiMascio; Christina Kirkham;
Many of us are members of the St. Philips Indoor Bowling club. Edgar Stimpson; Roslyn Campbell;
We meet on Fridays, Oct to April ,three sessions 2-4 , 4-6 and 6- 8pm the diocesan resource
which helps out Bertram Cresswell-Hobbs;
We would welcome new members ,come along and try us; within the diocese Sister Anne Hennessy; John O’Brien; Florence Page;
if OK annual fees are £25 .Contact Tony Kinder or John King whenever there is a Frederick Robertson; May Bantick; Mary Hockley;
local emergency of Agnes Greely; Angela Whitehouse-Taylor;
some kind. Michael Kuleszia

DATE FOR YOUR DIARY


KEEP THIS DATE FREE
The Parish Party Night will be held on Thanks for the response for
Saturday 6th December in St. Felix Parish Hall. The Family of Jesus & Mary have their new Church cleaners;
Christmas Bazaar in St. Felix Hall on we now have full teams
There will be a raffle on the night in aid of Cambodia.
Saturday AM 22nd November
More details to follow nearer the time.

THE ROTARY CLUB


FIREWORKS FUN NIGHT OF FELIXSTOWE LANDGUARD
at St. Alban's Catholic High School, Digby Rd. Ipswich
on Tuesday 4th November 2008. are staging a charity concert at
Gates open at 6pm, firework display to music at 7.15pm. St Andrews Church, Felixstowe on
Hot food & drink stalls, popcorn, Saturday 29th November 2008 at 7pm
candy floss and fairground amusements. featuring the internationally known mezzo soprano Annika
Advance tickets cost £2 per child and £3 per adult or Kaschenz and concert pianist Francesco Attesti. Annika is
£12 for a family ticket currently performing at La Fenice opera house in Venice.
(2 adults & up to 5 children). Their programme will include works by Mozart, Chopin,
Tickets on the night - £3 per child, £4 per adult r £16 for a family ticket. Rossini, Liszt and others. Please apply for tickets, £10.00
Ticket requests to the school office please with contact details and £8.00 - to Paul Mcintee 01394 671838 or Dr Peter
for return of tickets or phone Anna Beaumont 01473 610032. Ramsden, 66 The High Road, Trimley St Mary - telephone
01394 284621