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2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

15th January 2017

This Week in the Parish

 

Sunday:                      Mass 11am followed by café in hall.

Monday:                     Mass 7pm.

Tuesday:                     Mass 9.30am. Bingo 7.30.

Wednesday:                Mass 9.30am. PPC 7pm.

Thursday:                   Mass 9.30am.

Friday:                        Funeral Mass for Robert Hayes 9.30am, with Reception of Remains immediately before Mass.

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

Sunday:                      Mass 11am followed by café in hall.

 

 

Daily Mass – Fr Gargaro is teaching trainee deacons in Kinnoull on Saturday morning so there will be no 9.30am Mass that day. Vigil Mass as usual.

 

Crib – this is the last chance to pray before the Crib for this year. All donations at the Crib go to support the work of the Saint Margaret’s Adoption Society – please be generous in helping this important good cause.

 

St Nicholas Care Fund – Thank you for your donations of £428 in the Advent Boxes. This is very generous, and comes on top of the £226 that you gave on Caring Sunday.

 

Parish Pastoral Council – next meets on Wednesday 18th January at 7pm in the hall. If you have anything you would like to raise then please speak to Fr Gargaro or one of the members.

 

Special Collections – thank you for your donations of £179 for national Justice & Peace work.

 

Bonus Ball – congratulations to our winners: Saturday 7 January number 38 Hugh Miller; Wednesday 11 January number 10 Mark Hamilton.

 

St Brigid’s Night Ceilidh – takes place in Christ the King Church Hall on Saturday 28th January, starting at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £7 on the door or £6 in advance (by phoning 0141 429 2308, 0141 589 4041 or 07866453708). Price includes tea and biscuits. A pay bar will be available.   

 

Vigil Mass Readers – we are grateful to those who currently read at the Vigil Mass but their numbers are decreasing and it is sometimes a strain for them. If you attend the Vigil Mass would you be interested in becoming a reader? If so, please speak to Father Gargaro. If we want to have a Vigil Mass we need to have enough people to undertake the various ministries in a worthy way.

 

Glasgow Cares – can you give an unaccompanied young asylum seeker a place in your home? See the notice board for details of public meetings being held on January 26th, 30th, and 31st in the City Chambers. Most of these young people will be 16 to 18 and will speak little or no English.

 

Lourdes 2017 – Some places have become available for the Lourdes Pilgrimage which leaves on 4th June 2017. Price based on 2 sharing a room is £330 per person. Any persons interested should speak to one of the Lourdes committee or Father Gargaro.

 

Sunday Café – a new rota for the Sunday café is available at the back of the church. Could all the café helpers please pick up a copy? Remember that most Sundays we have tea, coffee, soft drinks, biscuits, etc. after Mass, so please pop down to the hall and join in.

 

First Confession – for the baptised and prepared children in P3 will take place on Tuesday 14th March at 7pm. Please keep watching the bulletin for details of the Circle of Friends, which every child must attend in preparation for the Sacrament.

 

First Holy Communion – for the baptised and prepared children in P4, who have already made their First Confession, will take place on either Saturday 20th May or Saturday 27th May, both days at 10am. Parents should write the children’s names on the sheets at the back of the church, choosing which day you would prefer.

 

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