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Sunday Mass: 
     6pm (Saturday Vigil), 11am & 5.30pm

Weekday Mass:   9:30am. Rosary 10.00am.

Confessions:      before all Sunday Masses

 

Trinity Sunday

22nd May 2016

This Week in the Parish

 

Sunday:                      Mass 11am followed by café in hall.

Monday:                    Mass 9.30am.

Tuesday:                    Mass 9.30am. Bingo 7.30pm.

Wednesday:              Mass 9.30am

Thursday:                  Mass 9.30am.

Friday:                       Mass 9.30am

Saturday:                   No Mass 9.30am. Vigil Mass 6pm.

Sunday:                     Mass 11am followed by café in hall.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER IN YOUR PRAYERS

 

The Sick of the Parish:

Cathie Lawson, Susan Cunningham, Norma Campbell, Mary Gallagher, Joseph Flaherty, Irene Finn, Michael McMullan, Laura Cox, Rab Gunn, Isabel Reilly, Tom Fabling, François Nairac, Edward Henry.

 

Recently Deceased:

Sadie Burke, Danny McGreggan, Francis Arnott, Mary Barrett.

 

Climate change represents one of the principle challenges facing humanity in our day.  The poor will be affected by this more than the rich. These changes adversely affect farming, fishing and forestry, the means of livelihood of most poor people on earth.  The poor are forced to follow the migrations of animals (who cannot adapt to the changes in climate) and move as deserts expand. They must leave behind their homes and live with even greater insecurity. How can we indifferent to them?

Suggestion: Reflect on Pope Francis’ attitude to the migrants’ crisis.  In what way, if any, can I respond to this crisis?

 

Annual Mission Appeal – this weekend we will be joined by Father Declan McNaughton, one of the Columban Missionaries (who live in St Gregory’s with Father Allan), to tell us about their missionary work and to appeal for our financial support and prayers. Please be generous in your donations to the second collection to support this good cause.

 

Night Shelter – a representative of this group will attend 11am Mass on 29th May to offer you their thanks for all the generous donations made during Lent.

 

Father Gargaro – will be away in Rome on the Archdiocesan Pilgrimage for the Year of Mercy. The Mill Hill Missionaries will celebrate Mass from Monday to Friday at 9.30am, 6pm on Saturday, and 11am next Sunday. Note that Monday’s Mass is 9.30am and that there is no Mass on Saturday morning. If you need to contact Father Gargaro just email sj-sjo@live.co.uk. In an emergency or to organise a funeral please phone Father Sweeney at St Maria Goretti’s on 0141-774-4151. There will be no bulletin next weekend.

 

Saint Margaret of Scotland Pilgrimage – the Parish are taking the minibus to the St. Margaret Pilgrimage in Dunfermline on Sunday 12 June leaving at 1.30pm and will take part in the grand procession through the town carrying our Parish banner. There will be a Mass led by His Grace Archbishop Leo Cushley at 4pm in St Margaret’s Memorial Church followed by individual and family blessings with the relic. If you wish to come along to the Pilgrimage please add your name to the list at the back of the church. The cost will be £3 per person.

 

Day for Life – next Sunday there is a special collection for the Day for Life, which supports celebration, respect, protection, promotion, and defence of human life in all its aspects from conception to natural death. There is a leaflet with more information at the back of the church and you can visit www.dayforlife.org. Please pray for this important cause and please be generous in the collection next weekend.

 

Bonus Ball Winners – congratulations to our winners: Saturday 14 May number 16 Father Gargaro; Wednesday 18 May number 59 Margaret McElroy.

Novena to the Sacred Heart – the Pioneer Total Abstinence Association invite you to share in the Novena to the Sacred Heart to pray for those with problems with alcohol. Leaflets at the back of the church. Final Mass takes place in Carfin, Friday 3rd June, at 7.30pm.

 

Mariapolis – the Focolare Movement invite you to share in their Mariapolis retreat at Gartmore House, near Aberfoyle, 8th – 10th July. For more information please phone 0141-637-3316 or email focolareglasgow@talktalk.net.

 

Annual Mass for Children at SEN Schools – takes place in the Cathedral on Tuesday 14th June at 7pm. All welcome, especially those children who attend our SEN Schools.

 

Pardon and Peace – a Year of Mercy retreat day focusing on the Sacrament of Confession takes place in Our Holy Redeemer’s house (behind OHR Church) in Clydebank on Saturday 4th June from 10.15am-4pm. Cost is £20 per person, which includes tea before and after and a lovely lunch during the day. Please phone Oonagh on 07920-065584 or email oonaghcoultas@gmail.com.

 

AGAP Double Movie Special – free showings of Karol: A Man who became Pope on Thursday 2nd June at 7pm and Karol: The Pope, the Man on Thursday 9th June at 7pm. These showings take place in St Mungo’s, Parson Street. To book please phone 0141-552-5527 or email info@agap.org.uk.

 

Greyfriars – we welcome Reverend Willem Bezuidenhout, the new minister at Greyfriars. It’s been a while since they last had a minister so we wish our friends in the Church of Scotland well at the beginning of this new stage of their parish life.

 

Adult Faith Formation: Award in Catholic Theological Education – there is a no obligation information evening on Monday 13th June at 7pm in the Archdiocesan Offices for anyone interested in studying for this Award, approved by the Archdiocese and the University of Glasgow. For more information see the poster at the back of the church.

 

All Night Vigil – takes place in Glasgow University Chaplaincy from 8pm on Friday 3rd June until 6am on Saturday 4th June in honour of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

 

 

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