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Bulletin 12th February 2017

St Martin of Tours, Renton

331 Main Street
Renton
G82 4PZ
 
6th Sunday of the Year
(Cycle A)
12th February 2017
 
Parish Priest: Fr Anthony Ejikeme
Tel: 01389 758880
 
Hall Bookings 01389 756100
 
 
 
 

MASS TIMES

Saturday Vigil: 5.00pm
Sunday: 10.00am & 5.00pm
Confessions: After 9.30am Mass on Saturday &
4.30 - 4.55pm Saturday Evening or on request.
Weekday Masses: 9.30am
Wednesday Novena: 9.20am before Mass
Divine Mercy Devotions: 3pm on the 1st Sunday of the Month
 
 
 
 
Sunday 12th February
Mass: 10am & 5pm
(Children’s Liturgy)
 
Monday 13th February
Mass 9.30am
 
Tuesday 14th February
Feast of St Cyril & St Methodius
Mass 9.30am
 
Wednesday 15th February
Mass 9.30am
 
Thursday 16th February
Mass 9.30am
 
Friday 17th February
Seven Holy Founders and St Finan
Mass. 9.30am
 
Saturday 18th February
Mass 9.30am
Vigil Mass: 5.00pm
 
 
Parish Finance
Last week’s income was:
Offertory Collection £ 458.00     & Second Collection £245.00
The Special Collection this weekend is for Education Sunday
Thanks to everyone for your continued generosity, it is very much appreciated.
 
The Flourish.
The February edition of Flourish, the Archdiocesan newspaper is now available. Please collect your copy from the back of the church. 
 
Our Parish Pilgrimage to the Divine Mercy Shrine Krakow - Poland
Sept 6th to 13th 2017 Cost £620. See Poster at the Back of Church.
£300 Deposit to be paid by 28th February 2017
Please contact Patricia Mooney for information 01389602758
 
St Martin’s Webpage
We now have a Web page for St Martin of Tours Parish. The link is www.stmartinoftours.rcglasgow.org.uk with your help we intend to build it up in the coming months. If anyone would like to add items, become involved or would like to Advertise Your Business please ask any member of the PPC.
 
ACTiV AGM
The next meeting of ACTiV will be the AGM which will take place on Monday 13th February at 7:30 pm in Bonhill Church. If you are interested and would like to come along please see Margaret McCallion.
 
Education Sunday
This Sunday is Education Sunday, marking the start of a week when we celebrate the importance of educating children and young people in faith. Theme - During the Catholic Education Week we are asked to reflect on how we are developing as a community of faith and learning in our homes, schools and parishes.
 
Appeal for teachers:- If you would like further information contact the Scottish Catholic Education Service : mai@sces.uk.com
The Catholic school loses its purpose without constant reference to the Gospel and a frequent encounter with Christ. What makes the catholic school distinctive is its attempt to generate a community climate that is permeated by the Gospel spirit of freedom and love. Every educator in the school ought to be striven to form strong and responsible individuals who are capable of making free and correct choices, thus preparing young people to open themselves more and more to reality, and to form in themselves a clear idea of the meaning of life. [Jesus used] all the resources of interpersonal communication, such as word, silence, metaphor, image, example, and many diverse signs. General Directory of Catechesis 140.
 
RCAG YOUTH’S ‘THE SUMMIT’
CALLING ALL SECONDARY SCHOOL PUPILS! RCAG Youth, alongside various groups in the Archdiocese are excited to announce the launch of our new monthly event “The Summit”. But fear not, you don’t need your hiking boots… we aren’t the biggest fan of climbing mountains either! Jam-packed with exciting talks, workshops, activities, Holy Mass with the Archbishop and some decent scran – you’d be crazy to miss it!  It’ll take place in Bl. John Duns Scotus RC Church, G5 0YT, (just a ten minute walk from Glasgow City Centre) 2-5pm on Sunday 12th February, 12th March, 14th May & 11th June. We look forward to meeting y’all.
For more info or to contact us, check out our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/RCAGYouth 
 
Catholic Education Commission Open Forum
Saturday 11th March 2017 -Diocese of Galloway, St. Margaret’s Cathedral, Ayr 10.00am – 1.00pm 
 
Newman Association
“A South American experience: Lesson for Western Parishes?”A talk by Fr Timothy Curtis SJ in The Ogilvie Centre, St Aloysious’ RC Church, Rose Street, Glasgow. G3 6RE at 7.30pm on Thursday 16th February 2017. All welcome. Non-members: admission £3 includes refreshments.
Please Pray for:-
 
Sick and House Bound                                       
Annie Hussey                   Freddie Conroy                 Gerard Holloran           
Billy McGuire                   Jim O’Donnell                    Walter Mullen         
Andrew Mullen                Kathleen Rainey          
        
Died Recently                     
Esther Crabb                   Theresa Kane
 
Anniversary                        
Patsy Conroy                   Margaret Mooney              Nellie Mooney
Sarah McBride
 
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