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St Jude and St John Ogilvie Parish Church, Glasgow
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Thank you for visiting our website, which we hope provides all the information you might need to know whether you intend visiting our church, where you can be assured of a warm welcome, or to find out more about the Catholic Faith.

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

http://www.stjudesglasgow.org.uk
sj-sjo@live.co.uk

Parish Priest: Father Paul Gargaro

Sunday Mass:       6pm (Saturday Vigil) and 11am

Daily Mass:  See below

Confessions:         Before all Sunday Masses

 


Seventh Sunday of Easter

28th May 2017

This Week in the Parish

 

Sunday:                      Mass 11am followed Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, with Benediction at 5pm.

Monday:                     Mass 9.30am followed Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, with a Holy Hour at 7pm (Fr McGinley)

Tuesday:                     Mass 9.30am, followed Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, with a Holy Hour at 7pm (Canon Tartaglia).

Wednesday:                Mass 9.30am.

Thursday:                   Mass 9.30am.

Friday:                        No Mass.

Saturday:                    Mass 9.30am.

Vigil Mass 6pm.

Sunday:                      Lourdes Mass 6.45am. Mass 11am followed by café in hall.
 

Alterations to Mass Times this week – Mass on Monday will be at 9.30am, not 7pm. There will be no Mass on Friday since Fr Gargaro has to go and celebrate a funeral at St Maria Goretti’s (Fr Sweeney is away on holiday). Next Sunday we have an extra Mass for the Lourdes Pilgrims at 6.45am, all are welcome.

 

Forty Hours – there is Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament on Sunday from after 11am Mass until 5pm, when we will celebrate Benediction, and on Monday and Tuesday from after 9.30am Mass until 7pm, when there will be a Holy Hour each night. On Monday we welcome Father McGinley from St Thomas’s for the Holy Hour and on Tuesday we welcome Canon Tartaglia from St Margaret’s Clydebank. Please take advantage of this opportunity to spend time praying before the Real Presence of Our Lord for our own needs and for those of the whole world. We live a world that is desperately in need of prayer. There are sheets at the back of the church to sign up for a period of time on any of the three days.

 

Parish Pastoral Council – next meets on Wednesday 14th June. If you have any matters to raise please speak to one of the members of the PPC, or Fr Gargaro.

 

General Election – please visit the website www.wheredotheystand.org.uk to question your candidates on crucial life issues such as abortion and assisted suicide. Just fill in a few basic details and the system does the rest! Note that while abortion and assisted suicide are both matters devolved to the Scottish Parliament their importance is so significant that we ought to challenge UK Parliamentary candidates on them and ascertain their views.

 

Mass for those with Special Educational Needs – takes place in the Cathedral on Wednesday 14th June at 7pm. All pupils and families at S.E.N. schools are welcome to the Mass and to refreshments afterwards.

 

First Holy Communion – congratulations to the boys and girls who made their First Communion recently. Please pray for them and their families, that they can realise the Gift they are receiving and be practicing members of our parish.

 

Bonus Ball – congratulations to our winners: Saturday 20 May number 16 Father Gargaro; Wednesday 24 May number 37 Jean Downie.

 

Lourdes Pilgrimage – If you would like a specific intention taken to be placed at Our Lady of Lourdes please place it in the basket at the lady altar, please do not enclose money in the envelope. You can also take part in the pilgrimage from home by following the pilgrimage all week on the St Jude Lourdes Pilgrimage Glasgow Facebook page.

 

Deanery Talks on the Sacraments – concludes this Thursday in St Joseph’s, at 7pm. No charge. Our Sisters are willing to give a lift to anyone who would like to attend: phone 0141 573 7507.

 

AGAP Faith & Film Club – meets on Thursday 1st June (Matinee 1pm or 7pm evening showing) at St Mungo’s Retreat – this month “The Good Pope”. To attend call 0141-552-5527

 

SCIAF Fun Run – takes place on Saturday 24th June at 12 noon at Strathclyde Country Park – all welcome, whether to take part or just watch. There will also be face-painting, music, games, home baking, and other stalls to provide something for everyone.

 

Communications Sunday – today we pray for the Apostolate of Communication and all those who use TV, radio, the press, or social media to spread the Gospel (hint: that should be all of us!). There will be a second collection for the Scottish Catholic Media Office. There is a special collection next week for the Day for Life.

 

St Margaret’s Adoption Society – annual Mass and Gathering takes place at the Cathedral on Sunday 4th June at 2pm, followed by refreshments and children’s entertainment.

 

The Wizard of Oz – takes place in St Andrew’s High school on 13th, 14th, and 15th June, at 7.30pm each evening. Tickets cost £4 and are available at the door.

 

Fatima: The Ultimate Mystery – UK premiere takes place at the Vue Cinema at the Fort on 13th June at 7pm. For tickets phone 07379311331.

 

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