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Bulletin 28th January 2018

Sunday 28th January 2018
Mass: 10am & 5pm
(Children’s Liturgy 10am)
 
Monday 29th January
Mass: 9.30am
 
Tuesday 30th January
Rosary: 9.15am
Mass 9.30am
 
Wednesday 31st January
Mass 9.30am
Memorial of St John Bosco
 
Thursday 1st February
Mass: 9.30am
 
Friday 2nd February
Rosary: 9.15am
Mass: 9.30am
Feast of the Presentation of The Lord
(World Day of the Consecrated Life)
 
Saturday 3rd February
Mass: 9.30am
St Blaise, St Ansgar
 
 
Parish Finance
Last weekend’s income was: £380.00. Thank you for your generosity to the parish and clergy, it is most appreciated.
 
Offertory Collection:
The Second Collection this weekend is Education Sunday.
 
ACTiV Christian Unity 28th Jan
St Kessog’s Church are hosting the service for ACTiV Christian Unity on Sunday 28th January at 3pm. ALL WELCOME. Refreshments after service.
 
Mass of Celtic Roots – 28th Jan
In St Aloysius Rose Street Glasgow 4pm. See Notice Board
 
200 Club (Lourdes Fund)– Looking for New members
There are more spaces for new members for the 200 Club. If you would like to join see Patricia Mooney or one of the pass keepers. Remember you’ve got to be in it to win it!
 
Flourish (January Edition)
The January edition of Flourishthe Archdiocesan newspaper is still available. Please collect your copy from the back of the church.
 
THE CRIB
The Crib remains open in churches until the 2nd February to give people more time to visit and make donations to the St Margaret’s Adoption Society. Your support and generosity will ensure that they continue to meet the needs of their children and families.
THANK YOU!
 
Education Sunday 28th January 2018
This Sunday is Education Sunday, marking the start of a week when we celebrate the importance of educating children and young people in faith. Education Sunday – theme for 2018 During this Catholic Education Week we are asked to reflect on how we are “Serving the Common Good” in our homes, schools and parishes.
Education Sunday – appeal for teachers - If you would like further information on becoming a teacher in our Catholic schools, please contact the Scottish Catholic Education Service: mail@sces.uk.com
 
Excerpts from Church Documents on Catholic Education
The Catholic school loses its purpose without constant reference to the Gospel and a frequent encounter with Christ. (The Catholic school, Sacred Congregation for Catholic Education, 1977, n55) Knowledge Is not to be considered as a means of material prosperity and success, but as a call to serve and to be responsible for others. (The Catholic School, Congregation for Catholic Education, 1977, n56) Lay Catholics who work in Catholic schools [should] participate simply and actively in the liturgical and sacramental life of the school. Students will share in this life more readily when they have concrete examples; when they see the importance that this life has for believers. (Lay Catholics in schools: Witnesses to faith, Sacred Congregation for Education, 1982, n40) [Jesus used] all the resources of interpersonal communication, such as word, silence, metaphor, image, example, and many diverse signs. (General Directory of Catechesis 140)
 
 
Please pray for:
The Sick and the House Bound
 
Andrew Mullen                        Walter Mullen              Freddie Conroy
Gina Stewart                           Billy McGuire               Jim O’Donnell                                     
Rose Jackson                          William Webster           Willy Doogan
Ann Marie Kelly                       Ann Mae Hendrick        Arthur O’Hare         
 
Anniversary
Mary Dynowski                       Kathleen Deeney           Bridget Dyer
Mary Ann Robinson
 
Please see notice boards for more events in the Archdiocese of Glasgow
 
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