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A designated Religious Charity, Number SC018140

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The Catholic Church in Scotland promotes the safety and well being of each individual and seeks to safeguard the welfare of people of all ages who are involved in whatever capacity with the Church and its organisations.

As a Church community, we accept that it is the responsibility of all of us, ordained, professed, paid and voluntary members to work together to prevent the physical, sexual and/or emotional abuse or neglect of children, young people and vulnerable adults.


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 Parish of St Jude & St John Ogilvie 
159 Pendeen Road Glasgow G33 4SH
Tel: 0141 771 5004


Parish Priest: Father Francis Okereke

Sunday Mass:       10am

Daily Mass:  See below

Confessions:        9.30am to 9.45am Sunday


27th Sunday in Ordinary Time

7th October 2018




St Jude & St John Ogilvie

St Maria Goretti


10am Mass

Café after Mass

        11.30am Mass Noon


No Mass

10.00am Mass


9.30am Mass

No Mass


No Mass

10.00am Mass


9.30am Mass

Confirmation 7pm


No Mass

10.00am Mass


9.30am Mass

6pm Mass (Vigil)


10am Mass

Café after Mass

11.30am Mass






The Sick of the Parish:


DUE TO GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations)

We will not be publishing the names of the sick in future but will continue to pray for all our sick parishioners


Recently Deceased:

John Lawson and Robert McDowall





BONUS BALL WINNERS – congratulations to our winners: Saturday 29 September number 27 and Wednesday 2 October number 18. Please note names not published due to GDPR regulations.


NUMBERS AVAILABLE IN THE BONUS BALL – Saturday Numbers 14, 43, 46, 47, 53 and 59 – Wednesday numbers 12, 25, 46, 47, 49 and 53.


LAST WEEKEND COLLECTION £363.00, Votives £68.00,

Stall £37.50


JOINT PPC MEETING – Will be held in St Thomas’ Riddrie on Monday 8th October at 7pm. All PPC members should attend.


SECOND COLLECTION – Today for emergency appeal for Indonesian Earthquake.


Today is Enrolment Sunday for our Reconciliation and First Communion Candidates. The children will be presented by their parents and accepted by Fr. Francis on our behalf into the parish Sacrament Preparation Programme. Please pray for these children and their families.


Today you are invited to take part in Mary’s Meals World Porridge Day celebrations. Please come down and join us for a plate of steaming hot porridge as well as our usual tea, toast, cakes and biscuits. All proceeds from the tea room will go to Mary’s Meals. If you are not able to join us maybe you would consider giving a wee donation at the back of the Church.


The Justice and Peace Group would like to thank you for your most generous donations of the fruits of the earth last week. As you know they were all delivered to the Wayside Club together with a donation of £100 from the parish. We have been asked to pass on their most sincere thanks to all. They were especially delighted to see so much fruit. The comment made was, ” Fruit is like gold here. The homeless seldom see it so it goes first.”  So humbling for us!


Circle of Friends for children preparing for Confirmation will continue this Wednesday 10th October. The children will meet in the hall while the parents will meet in the church. Attendance at both these meetings forms an essential part of the children’s preparation. Every child who is to make the sacrament must attend and be represented at the parents’ meeting.


We ask you to remember in your prayers two families whose children will be Baptised next Saturday 13th October. The children are Kal Scott Keel and Kayla Rose Brown. Please keep these children in your prayers.


The diocesan safeguarding policy requires all volunteers who are working with children or vulnerable adults to attend safeguarding training. If you have received a letter inviting you to training you must phone the archdiocesan safeguarding office on 0141 226 5898 to register which session you wish to attend. The following sessions are available:-


Monday 15th October Archdiocesan Offices 7pm – 9pm
Thursday 15th November St Joseph’s Tollcross 7pm – 9pm


Power in My Hands: This new film’s primary purpose is to help viewers understand the power of the Rosary and to instil an active response to the Blessed Mother’s plea for prayer.   This will be screened on 8th October in St Martin’s church hall, Renton.  Time: 7pm Rosary, 7.30pm film.  Tickets can be obtained from Pauline bookshop, Glasgow, St Martin of Tours Parish or www.eventrbite.co.uk  (donations).


Fatima – The Ultimate Mystery:     Pope Francis requests us to pray the Rosary every day in the month of October.  Now come and see the unique approach of this film.  It shows the message of Fatima not as belonging to the past, but rather as ongoing divine intervention that has changed our recent history and will still influence the world’s future.  This will be screened on 22nd October in St Helen’s Langside church hall. Time: 7pm Rosary, 7.30pm film.  Tickets can be obtained from Pauline bookshop, Glasgow, St Helen’s parish or www.eventrbite.co.uk  (suggested ticket donation £4.00).


Newman Association:  Catholics and Schools after the 1918 Education Act. A symposium organised by the Scottish Catholic Historical Association in collaboration with the Newman Association and the St Andrew’s Foundation – Lecture Theatre 213, St Andrew’s Building, University of Glasgow, 20 Eldon Street, G3 6NH. 12.00 – 17.00 on Saturday 27th October 2018. All welcome. SCHA and Newman members: admission £6. Non-members £9 – includes tea/coffee and biscuits.


Saint Jude and Saint John Ogilvie Parish is a parish of the Archdiocese of Glasgow,

a Designated Religious Charity: No. SC 018140