Week beginning 16 January

2nd Week in Ordinary Time

Monday 16th January
8.10am Morning Prayer
8.30am Mass

Tuesday 17th January
7.00pm Rosary
7.30pm Evening Mass

Wednesday 18th January
8.10am Morning Prayer
8.30am Mass
6.00pm Reception of Mary Smith into Church

Thursday 19th January
11am Requiem Mass for Mary Smith

Friday 20th January
8.10am Morning Prayer
8.30am Mass

Saturday 21st January
9.30am Rosary
10.00am Mass
10.30am to 11.00am Exposition
10.30am to 11.00am Confession

5.30pm to 6.15pm Confession

Sunday 22 January

Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

Vigil Mass (Saturday 21st January)
6.30pm Evening Mass of Sunday

Sunday 22nd January
9.30am Mass
11.15am Mass

Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday AM 10.30am to 11.00am
Saturday PM 5:30pm to 6.15pm
Also by appointment

Please refer to the bulletin for all times, services and events

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Canon Lawrie Hulme Tel: 01943 462146

Address: 4 Bridge Street, Otley, LS21 3AZ

Parish email: olas@dioceseofleeds.org.uk

Parish Centre bookings: Tel: 07973 376312

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The Prophets

When we celebrate the Liturgy of the Word at Mass we usually have an Old Testament reading and often this is from one of the Prophets. Who were these men, what did they say and why are they so important even today?

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The Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network

The Holy Father broadcasts his monthly prayer intentions related to the challenges facing humanity, offering a platform for people of all faiths to unite their prayers with his.

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War Memorial

Biographies of the Fallen. Material compiled and researched in 2010 by Chris Power MBE with support and assistance from Bill Mulholland; Tim and Mary Morgan; Anne Cooney; Susan Peel and volunteers from the Otley Museum and Archive Trust

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The Parish Monthly

January's Parish Monthly is now available to download as a pdf.

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The Parish Weekly Newsletter

Mass times, weekday feasts, parish & diocesan events, fundraising events, parish rotas and lots more.

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Diocesan Refugee Support Group

Bishop Marcus, in common with Pope Francis and Cardinal Nichols, has urged us as a Catholic Community to act upon our common humanity in response to the growing refugee crisis. We can all get involved through our prayers and our practical action, and here in the Diocese of Leeds, the Bishop has asked established Catholic charities to form a Diocesan Refugee Support Group.

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