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Parish of St Martin of Tours

 

331 Main Street, Renton.

G82 4PZ

31st Sunday of the Year (C)

3rd November 2019

Parish Priest: Fr Anthony Ejikeme
 
 
 
 
Sunday 3rd November
Mass: 10.00am & 5.00pm
Devine Mercy Devotion: 3.00pm
 
Monday 4th November
Mass: 9.30am
St Charles Borromeo—Memorial
Remembrance Mass: 7.00pm
 
Tuesday 5th November  
Rosary: 9.15am
Mass: 9.30am
 
Wednesday 6th November   
Novena: 9.20am
Mass: 9.30am
 
Thursday 7th November
Mass: 9.30am
 
Friday 8th November  
Rosary: 9.15am
Mass: 9.30am
Blessed Jon Duns Scotus—Memorial
 
Saturday 9th November   
Mass: 9.30am
The dedication of the Lateran Basilica—Feast
(Vigil Mass of 32nd Sunday of the Year: 5.00pm)
 
 
 
Parish Finance
Last weekend’s income was: Offertory Collection: £435.00.00 2nd Collection£240.00 (Building Fund). Many thanks to all parishioners for your continuous financial help to the parish and to the Archdiocese.
 
Mass of Remembrance (Month of Holy Souls)
--will be offered for all deceased parishioners of the past year on Monday 4th November at 7.00pm. The families, and all parishioners are invited to the Hall for a light refreshment after the Mass. November lists now available in the porch. Please return lists to church (sacristy) or chapel house.
 
St Martin’s Lourdes Draw (October 2019)
The following were the winners of the February Draw: John Martin, —no.173, Jim Rodger —no 36Many congratulations!
 
Extra Ordinary Mission Month. 2019
Thank you for showing that ‘together we are mission’ by responding to Missio Scotland’s World Mission Sunday Appeal last two weekends. The final sum raised by our parish is £600.32 (£507 collection & £93.32 Missio Box).
 
Mass for Deceased Archbishops, Bishops, and Priests of the Archdiocese: 
Archbishop Tartaglia will celebrate the annual Mass for deceased clergy of the Archdiocese of Glasgow at 1pm on Friday 8th November in Saint Andrew’s Cathedral. All welcome.
 
Pax Christi Scotland
The Language of Nonviolence. This AGM and annual gathering will take place at the Xaverian Mission, Conforti, Coatbridge ML5 4JS, from 6pm on 8th November – 12.45 on 10th November. Friday: Pax Christi Scotland’s first AGM; Saturday: Talks and discussions exploring the theme of nonviolence and Faslane vigil; Sunday: Mass and your input to the future of Pax Christi Scotland. To book e-mail anna.sweeney@xavs.org with the following information:  Your name; dates of attendance (e.g. all weekend or Saturday only); dietary requirements.
  
Remembrance Mass
…in Saint Agnes’ Church, Lambhill for all those who are buried in Saint Kentigern’s Cemetery, the Western Necropolis and Lambhill Cemeteries or whose final committal was at Glasgow Crematorium. Sunday 10th November 2019 at 3.00 pm. All welcome. Tea after Mass. Music provided by the Saint Mungo Singers.
 
Italian Mass
The annual Mass for friends and members of the Italian community will take place on Monday November 11 at 7pm in St Andrew’s Cathedral. Archbishop Tartaglia will be the main concelebrant. There will be a reception following the Mass in the Eyre Hall of the Archdiocesan offices. As numbers are limited, please book your place at the reception by e-mailing maria.owens@rcag.org.uk
 
Art as an Expression of Faith: A Conversation with John Clark. 
For Interfaith week, the Council of Christians and Jews is very pleased to welcome John Clark, an architectural glass artist whose work can be seen all over the world.  This is a rare opportunity to see the windows and hear the artist talk about the work. John will also discuss some of his other religiously themed work in what promises to be a very rich and rewarding afternoon. Sunday 17th November in Giffnock Synagogue at 2.30pm   Register for the event via Eventbrite:  www.eventbrite.co.uk/ast-as-an-expression-of-faith-a-conversation-with-john-clark-tickets-76664733281
 
Thought for the day
Change is not an option because nothing remains the same. What is optional is how we respond to change. The Christian project—so apparently static and settled—is actually about the most revolutionary change which we call conversion. Conversion does not mean improving this or that in my life but resetting my whole compass. Jesus’ foundational teaching is the invitation to convert and believe the Good News. For each of us, this is possible only because of our encounter with Jesus himself. Only in the light of that personal encounter does discipleship make sense; only in the light of personal relationship is true conversion of heart possible at all.
 
Please pray for:
… the sick and Housebound of our parish
 
Recently dead
Sam Bishop
 
Anniversary
Kathleen Kilmartin

 

 
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Other activities
Confessions: After 9.30am Mass on Saturday &
4.30 - 4.55pm Saturday Evening or on request.
Divine Mercy: 3pm on the 1st Sunday of the Month
 
 
 
 
 
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Hall Bookings: 01389 756100

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