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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:         Before Sunday Mass



Solemnity of the Nativity of St John the Baptist

24th June 2018



St Jude & St John Ogilvie

St Maria Goretti


10am Mass

Café after Mass

        11.30am Mass Noon


7pm Mass

10.00am Mass


9.30am Mass

No Mass


No Mass

PPC Meeting 7pm

10.00am Mass


9.30am Mass

6pm Vigil mass


9.30am Solemnity of St Peter & St Paul

11.00am Mass Solemnity of St Peter & St Paul


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:

Liz Daisley


Thomas Coleman, James Cairney, Davis Murray and Alex White.

LAST WEEKEND COLLECTION £368.00, Votives £93.00,

Stall £55.50, Teas £24.00, Minibus £10.00



BONUS BALL WINNERS – congratulations to our winners: Saturday 9 June number 57; Wednesday 13 June number 11, Saturday 16 June number 8, Wednesday 20 June number 1. Please note names not published due to GDPR regulations


NUMBERS AVAILABLE IN THE BONUS BALL – Saturday Numbers 43, 46, 47, 53 and 59 – Wednesday numbers 22, 25, 46, 47, 49 and 53.


Second Collection today is for Peter’s Pence.


Father Francis would like to meet all the Eucharistic ministers that visit the sick or housebound on Tuesday 6pm in the hall.


The Parish Pastoral Council meets this Wednesday 27th June at 7pm.


Friday 29th June is the Solemnity of St Peter and St Paul and is a Holiday of Obligation see mass times on back page.


June 26th each year is the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture.  We, as a parish, will mark it on Sunday 24th the Feast of the birth of St John the Baptist. All over the world in developed and under-developed countries alike there are countless people imprisoned, dehumanised and tortured for standing up for what is right and just. John the Baptist himself was one who knew the pain of imprisonment without trial though he had done nothing wrong and then the terror of being taken to be beheaded at the whim of a jealous woman. Jesus, as we all know, was another.

Today we will pray for such prisoners of conscience during the Prayers of Intercession and in the Offertory Procession two members of the Justice and Peace group will bring forward a lighted candle representing Victims of Torture all over the world and a scroll containing the names of ten of these victims. Afterwards, the names will be displayed on the Justice and Peace notice board with a little bit of each of their stories. Let us keep these and all people, unjustly sentenced and imprisoned, in our prayers and where possible write a letter on their behalf. Information on how to do this can be found on the J&P notice board and by visiting ACATUK.(Action by Christians Against Torture).  The ACAT prayer can be found below.


Lord Jesus,

You experienced in person what it is like to have a death sentence hanging over you.

You were plotted against, betrayed by a friend, and arrested under cover of darkness by men who came with clubs and swords.

 You were tortured, beaten and humiliated; sentenced to an agonising death, though you had done no wrong.

Be now with prisoners throughout the world. Be with them in the darkness of the dungeon, in the loneliness of separation from those they love.

Be with them in their fear of what may come to them, in the agony of their torture and in the face of execution and death.

Stretch out your hands in mercy to all who have need of you at this time.



Lebanese Mass: All are invited to celebrate the feast of Saint Charbel with a Mass in Arabic on Sunday 1st July at 1.30pm in St Andrew’s Cathedral, Clyde Street, Glasgow, followed by a Lebanese lunch. All welcome.


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

a Designated Religious Charity: No. SC 018140