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Jack helps in his retirement. Jack was ordained in at Thurles Cathedral before being appointed to the Diocese of Middlesbrough and his first parish, St. In his homily Fr. Jack alluded to those early days in his new parish and meeting the parish priest for the first time. Jack if he had anything to ask him to which Fr. After the Mass the celebration continued in St. Jack cut his Diamond Jubilee cake and a buffet and fellowship was enjoyed by all.
It was a splendid occasion and a fitting tribute to a priest that is still serving and wants to serve the people of Middlesbrough Diocese 60 years after ordination. Sheila Kirkbright celebrated her 80th birthday on Tuesday, June 12th and was presented with bouquet of flowers on Sunday, June 17th at the 9.
Bridie McHugh was presented with her medal and framed certificate by Fr. Peter Ryan on Sunday, June 3rd at the The papal award is in recognition of her outstanding work for the Eston Handicapped Fellowship and her loyalty to the church. Members of Bridie's family, friends and members of the parish were all at the Mass to witness her receive the award.
Photo by Paul Terry. Michael to mark her milestone birthday. If you know of anyone within St. Andrew's Parish who is celebrating a special occasion in the parish contact Paul Terry with the details so that we can honour them in the traditional way. Pictured above are Sr. It was a great joy to welcome the sisters to our parish last week as they visited our schools and were part of our Novena. The sisters are part of a relatively new order founded by Fr. The sisters are based at St.
Our Novena continues on Wednesday, May 16th, at 7. Our guest speaker this week will be Canon John Loughlin. Two parishioners of St. Andrew's Parish have finally taken the plunge into married life After the Nuptual Mass the wedding party went on to Crathorne Hall for their reception. David and Cheryl are pictured above after signing the register. Photo by Bob Norton. Andrew's Parish Easter Vigil was a tremendous event with one being received into full communion with the church and being confirmed and four children from the same family being baptised and making their First Holy Communion.
David James, pictured in the top photo in the centre, was received into the church by Parish Priest, Canon Michael Loughlin during the Easter Vigil and also opted to be confirmed. He was sponsored by Mary Owens and took Dominic as his confirmation name because he was born on the feast of St. Also during the vigil, four children from the same family were baptised and received the Eucharist for the first time.
We warmly congratulate them all as they take their first steps into the Catholic faith. Fr Philip and I would like to wish you and your families the joy of the Risen Lord. Christ is indeed truly risen! Easter is the feast of all feasts. We have had 40 days of Lent and we now have 50 days of Easter. May our shared faith in the Risen and Crucified Christ energise us to bring the Good News to all we share our lives with.
Death, suffering, illness and the evils of this world do not have the last word; Christ is risen. Photos by Paul Terry. Maureen recalls that it was the Saturday before Ash Wednesday and if they had married a week later which would have been during Lent, they wouldn't be able to have any music or flowers. She also remembers that she was the only lay person in the church allowed to take Holy Communion under both kinds and that she had to go right up to the high altar to receive, which was very unusual in those days.
On Saturday, March 3rd, Fr. Michael Loughlin presented Maureen with a bouquet of flowers at the 6. Unfortunately, Paul is in ill health so was unable to attend the Mass. Andrew's Church by Fr. William Ryan and to mark their Golden Anniversary they were presented with a bouquet of flowers on behalf of the parish at the Peter's Church, South Bank, by Fr.
The couple celebrated with family and friends on the day of their milestone anniversary. Doreen Byrnes celebrated her 80th birthday on Thursday, January 4th and was presented with a bouquet of flowers at the 9. Pictured above are the young people and some of the adult helpers who helped serve 95 parish pensioners at the Parish Pensioners Christmas lunch on Thursday, December 28th, We wish you a Holy and Happy Christmas from all at St.
Pictured above after being presented with a bouquet of flowers is Maureen McElvaney who celebrated her 80th birthday on Tuesday, November 28th. Maureen was presented with her bouquet at the end of the 9.
The golden voice of Edyta Prajsnar filled St. Peter's Churches with magic as she sang some classic songs dedicated to the Virgin Mary at a recital of song and piano music, on Sunday, November 26th. The couple travelled up from Hull especially for the special event which was after the 9. Andrew's Church and 1. Peter's Church and lasted 45 minutes. Edyta and John are pictured above after the concert in St.
Below are a just a small number of photos taken on the parish pilgrimage to Fatima which started in the early hours of Thursday, October 19th with the bus journey to Newcastle Airport. Pilgrims pray the rosary in the rain as they walk along the route to where an angel appeared to the three little shepherds and gave them Communion, as pictured below. The next day the rain cleared and the sun shone for the rest of the pilgrimage as shown in the picture above of the domain.
As you enter Fatima there is this impressive sculpture constructed in the middle a roundabout showing the three shepherds on their way to meet the Blessed Virgin Mary. Another group photo taken on the final day after we had walked The Way of the Cross. Parishioners who attend St. The event, held on Friday, October 29th had a s theme and opened with a talk on the war years by Helen Franks and was followed by a fashion show from the era.
The clothes belong to and were modled by identical twins Eileen Tilley and Elaine Canessa, who travelled from York especially to take part in the event.
Eileen and Elaine love to take part in war time re-actment weekends and can often be found dressed up in the fashions of the era whenever there is an weekend event. Their favourite is Pickering war weekend and the clothes all belong to themselves acquired from various places over the years including Vegas.
During the fashion show Helen described each item of clothing modelled. Background music from the era played throughout the afternoon added to the ambience. Tables were set out with a variety of homemade sandwiches and cakes and vintage crockery was also used. Our picture above top shows the team who organised or helped at the event with Elaine pictured front left and Eileen front right. However, Heather is unable to travel because of illl health and so she has handed the responsibility of the holiday over to her relative, Joan McRoy, who came along to be presented with the holiday by St.
A big thank you everyone who bought and sold tickets far and wide and to George and Maureen Hodgson for donating such a fabulous prize. She was accompanied on the run by her friend Isabelle Tyler.
Ella and Isabelle are pictured above putting their best foot forward for the start of the run. Poppy and Rosie were prepared for receiving the Eucharist in Dubai, but their parents, Lucy and Stuart Walker, thought it would be nice for them to make it in their home parish with family and friends.
They received the Eucharist for the first time on the Feast of the Assumption at 7. Lucy and Stuart work in Dubai and they are home on holiday to visit family and friends. Poppy and Rosie are pictured left with mam and dad and Fr. Michael Loughlin who celebrated the Mass and below with some younger members of their family. It was great to see so many people having so much fun.
The Human fruit machine was a cause of constant amusement to me - such a laugh. I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who worked so hard to make it such a successful day. Above are just some of the many photos taken on our Photo Booth which was one of the many new attractions this year. Photos by Paul Terry and Kerri Dowling. Margaret Clitherow's Catholic Academy boys football team certainly have at least three things to be proud of.
For the boys have had a triple win The boys made it all the way to the final playing St. Benedict's Primary School from Redcar. At full time the result was a draw and so the match had to be decided on penalties which St. Margaret Clitherow's won easily and the team were presented with the large silver trophy - The Anthony Heagney Primary schools cup. And as if winning two major local trophies in just over a week wasn't enough, one of the team was presented with the Pennant Sheild which is given for the best designed team pennant in the Catholic Voice Cup.
One thing is sure Margaret Clitherow's School is well and truly filled to capacity after a very successful season. Andrew's Parish by Fr. Damian Nwachukwu, Assistant Priest. She is pictured with her husband Terry and Fr. Pictured above are Bill and Cath Evans after receiving a bouquet of flowers to celebrate their Diamond Wedding Anniversary.
The flowers were presented by Fr. Also pictured is Fr. While below they are pictured with their family, friends and parishioners after the Mass. Phil is currently Assistant Priest at the Cathedral. He will take up his new post in October and will be on call to James Cook for 2 days a week and St.
So this is great news and I see this as a real blessing for the parish and a sign of support from our bishop. Pictured above are St. They received the Eucharist for the first time on Sunday, June 18th at the 9. And on Wednesday, June 21st the group were presented with certificates, below, at a special Going Forth Mass. They then went into the parish hall for a party with entertainment provided juggler and magician Tom Rolfe. Damian, Assistant Priest and some of the parish catechists who helped prepare the children.
The couple were presented with a bouquet of flowers at the 9. Pictured above is St. Andrew's parishioner Marguerite Cockett who celebrated her 80th birthday on Thursday, June 8th. Marguerite was presented with a bouquet of flowers at the 9. It was lovely to see so many children honouring Our Blessed Lady in this special way. Mary is the mother of all Christians.
I hope in the future, many more people will join us in making a public declaration of the love of Our Lady and asking for help in their lives. Our photo above shows the May Queen from St. Margaret Clitherow's Catholic Academy crowns the statue of Mary. An unscrupulous thief or thieves have targeted St.
Andrew's Church during the holiest weekend of the Churches year. Rocks were thrown through one of the porch windows in a smash and grab raid on Good Friday evening sometime after the 7. The damage was discovered on Saturday morning when parishioners turned up to prepare the church for the Easter Vigil celebration due to take place that evening. Whoever was responsible smashed through the window with two rocks and forced open a wooden cash box used for payments to the parish holy shop which was screwed down to a table, in a bid to get at any cash inside.
The box is very deep so anyone reaching in from outside would have had difficulty in reaching any money in it from outside and an amount of coins were left, however, we don't know if any notes were inside and taken The holy shop and the table, which the box was screwed to, has now been moved well away from the window to deter any future attempts.
The police were called immediately and scene of crime officers attended to take fingerprints and anyone with information is asked to contact the police on the non emergency number of and ask to speak to PC Ellen Snowball.
When Patricia Pepper met her future husband Thomas back in , she knew she had found the right ingredient for a long lasting marriage. Thomas was 23 and a Steel Worker at Cargo Fleet works. The couple first met on a night out with mutual friends in an Eston pub Thomas' best man was his brother Bernard and Patricia's chief bridesmaid was Mary Pepper, Thomas' sister and was attended by another three bridesmaids. Their reception was in the hall of St. James' Primary School, St.
Margaret's Grove, South Bank. Thomas and Patricia's first home was in Cromwell Road, South Bank where they stayed for five years before moving up to Eston and for the last ten years they have lived in Redcar, but still come back to Teesville for Mass. On Saturday, March 4th, , exactly fifty years to the day after taking their vows in St.
Peter's Church, Thomas and Patricia once more stood before God's Altar, this time to receive a bouquet of flowers on behalf of St. Andrew's Parish from Assistant Priest, Fr. Damian Nwachukwu in recognition of their remarkable milestone.
The couple have two sons, Anthony and Jonathan and four grandchildren. And their secret for a long happy marriage Thomas and Patricia Pepper are pictured above with Fr. Damian Nwachukwu, after being presented with a bouquet of flowers to mark their Golden Wedding Anniversary on Saturday, March 4th, The photo pictured right is of St.
Peter's Church, South Bank, and was sent to us by St. Andrew's parishioner John Purvis. The noticable difference from the present day building is that the clock is missing from the tower. At the bottom of the photo, the six children standing at the front of the church are all dressed in their Sunday best clothes of the period. A public notice which appeared in the London Gazette dated November 17th, declares that:.
So we know that the church was open on Tuesday, November 14, and that it replaced an older and smaller building of which is still standing. Former Parish Priest, Fr. Neil McNicholas, throws some light on the installtion of the clock tower and he writes: Pictured after receiving a bouquet of flowers from St. The couple celebrated their anniversary on Saturday, February 18th and a week later they were presented with their bouquet on behalf of St.
Deacon Pat is presented with his leaving gift from St. Andrew's parishioners by St. After the presentation he is pictured with from left Fr. Jack and Canon Michael. Almost people attended a thanks giving Mass, held in St. Andrew's Church, to say thank you to Deacon Pat Thomas as he retired from the parish after 11 years of service. Deacon Pat joined St. Andrew's Parish after his ordination in when Fr. Dominique Minskip was the parish priest,and served the parish diligently for the next eleven years under former parish priest Canon Edmond Gubbins.
During an emotional speech at the end of Mass he told the story of how after his ordination he was told by Bishop John Crowley: I want you to go to Teesville", to which Pat replied: Andrew's back in December Michael Loughlin invited Deacon Pat back to St. Andrew's Parish for a Thanks giving Mass at 6.
Afterwards a buffet was held in the parish hall which had been prepared by parishioners and where Deacon Pat and his family were able to have a chat to people and say a final farewell. A parishioner who has been attending Mass at St. Andrew's Church since it was opened in January , has celebrated her 90th birthday and has been presented with a bouquet of flowers on behalf of the parish, by one of its youngest parishioners.
Phil Harrison was born on Thursday, January 27th, and together with her late husband Vincent Harrison worked quitely in the background at St. Andrew's Church volunteering for various jobs which are necessary to keep the parish working properly including helping on the cleaning team once a fortnight and washing and ironing the altar linen every week for many years.
On this day in , the trial of Guy Fawkes and other conspirators began, ending with their execution on January 31st, and on January 23rd, , St. Andrew's Parish celebrated the first Mass when, according to the local press, over people packed into the church, four days later Phil celebrated her 36th birthday.
She celebrated her birthday with her family and on Saturday, February 11th, at the 6. Andrew's Parish in recognition of her milestone birthday by one of our youngest parishioners, Altar server Ella Seabourne. Sixteen young people and 13 adults from St. Andrew's Parish came together to serve parish pensioners a 3 course Christmas lunch on Wednesday, December 28th in the parish hall. The young volunteers started at On arrival the pensioners were offered a glass of wine or a soft drink and they were then shown to their places by the one of the young people.
After a short welcome and a toast to remember parishioners who have passed away, Fr. Michael Loughlin was invited forward to lead the hall in prayer. The meal was served at 1. Our photo above shows the young people and adult helpers who came together to help serve the pensioners lunch. Andrew's parishioner Cecilia Gallon right is pictured above with her sister, Phil Harrison, when she celebrated her 96th birthday on Sunday, December 18th. Cecilia was born in , two years after the end of the First World War.
In the same year Women at Oxford University were allowed to receive degrees for the first time, while just a year earlier the exclusion of women from many jobs was made illegal.
Andrew's wish her happy birthday and many of them. Photo courtesy of Val Maughan. Andrew's Church by parish priest Fr. When Gordon McClurey was badly scalded as a Merchant Navy Engineer, he never dreamt that he would meet the girl that he would eventually marry.
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