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3rd Sunday of Lent

19th March 2017

This Week in the Parish


Sunday:                      Mass 11am followed by café in hall.

Monday:                     No Mass – Station Mass in St Joachim’s 7pm.

Tuesday:                     Mass 9.30am. Bingo 7.30.

Wednesday:                Mass 9.30am.

Thursday:                   Mass 9.30am.

Friday:                        Mass 9.30am. Stations of the Cross 7pm.

Introduction to the New Testament 7.30pm.

Saturday:                    Mass 9.30am. Vigil Mass 6pm.

Sunday:                      Mass 11am followed by café in hall.




The Sick of the Parish:

Lisa Boyle, Cassie Taylor, Monsignor Peter Smith, Joseph Flaherty, Cathie Lawson, Susan Cunningham, Anna Marie Anderson, Mary McCormick, Sheila McCallum, Mary Gallagher, Ellen Campbell, Baby Sean Cluskey, Catherine Kyle


Recently Deceased:

Jean Dunne, Christina Wylie, John Stewart, Gerald Halloran, Kathleen Ferry



John & Elizabeth McMullan


Stations of the Cross – are at 7pm every Friday in Lent.


Station Mass – the Archbishop is coming to our Deanery for his annual Lenten visit to celebrate Mass in St Joachim’s, Carmyle, on Monday 20th March at 7pm. The minibus will take parishioners who want to go – please sign up at the back of the church. There is no Mass in the parish that day.


An Introduction to the New Testament – continues on Friday 24th March at 7.30pm, after Stations. This week we will look at the writings of St John.


J&P Group Lent Campaign – this year the J& P group would like to invite you to join them in their Lent campaign by donating items for vulnerable, homeless women. We will be donating to the Chara Centre which is in Possilpark. When we approached them and asked what items would be helpful/ useful, they suggested toiletries, socks and underwear, pyjamas or nighties, slipperettes, and hats, scarves and gloves as the weather is still pretty cold. Please don’t feel you have to provide something from each category. This week we will put out baskets for socks or underwear, next week nighties, pyjamas, and slipperettes.


Special Collections – During Lent there are special collections every Sunday for the Sick & Retired Priests of the Archdiocese, apart from next Sunday, 26th March, when the collection is for SCIAF.


Emerald Club – meets on Monday 20th March at St Thomas’s and on Wednesday 29th at St Maria Goretti’s. Please let Julie know if you want to go to either or both of these lunch-time clubs, or sign the sheets at the back of the church.


Marie Curie Daffodil Appeal – are looking for volunteers to help with fundraising in local supermarkets. See https://www.mariecurie.org.uk/daffodil or phone 0141 557 5768.   


First Confession – thank you to all those who helped with First Confessions, especially the Circle of Friends volunteers. Please pray for the children as they grow in the Christian life.


Bonus Ball – congratulations to our winners: Saturday 12 March number 46 Liam O’Neill; Wednesday 15 Monday March number 55 Jean Downie. Number 12 for the Wednesday draw is available if anyone wants to take part.


Trochrague – the annual trip to Trochrague takes place from 12th to 18th August – anyone interested should speak to Julie to book a place.


Famine in South Sudan – the Justice & Peace group have donated £200 on behalf of the parish to SCIAF to help the victims of the famine. The second collection next Sunday, for SCIAF, will also go to help these people in need. Please be generous.


Pilgrimage to the Holy Land – takes place 3rd to 11th October, led by Father Joseph Mills and Alex Mosson, former Lord Provost. Cost £995 – half board, based on two sharing. For more information please contact Alex Mosson on 0141-954-3360 or Special Pilgrimages on 01702-394000.   


St Andrew’s Secondary Annual Spring Concert – takes place on Wednesday 29th March at 7.30pm. Tickets are available at the door or from the school office.


Mass in Irish – takes place in Blessed John Duns Scotus on Sunday 19th March at 2pm, followed by tea in the hall. For more information please contact 0141 429 2308 or email cnag_glaschu@hotmail.com


Entrance Song

Have mercy, O Lord.  Have mercy, O Lord. Have mercy because we have sinned. Glory to the Father, glory to the Son, glory to the Holy Spirit, now and forever.  Amen

Response to the Psalm

Listen to the voice of God, harden not your hearts.



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