Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity (b)
Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity. (b)
Times of Mass and Confession:
Vigil Mass (Saturday) 6.00 p.m. & 10.00 a.m.
9.00 a.m. (Monday – Friday)
10.00 a.m. (Saturday)
Confessions: After 10.00 a.m. Mass on Saturday and by arrangement.
Please remember the following parishioners, relatives and friends in your prayers:
Sick: John McPartland, Annie O’Donnell, Veronica Allan, Margaret Christie, Irene Callan, Assunta Santangeli., Monsignor Regan, Monsignor Rae, Father Tony MacDonald.
Died: Betty Hegarty, Agnes McManus.
Anniv: Edward Malone, Tom Gaughan
Today is marked in Scotland as the Bishops’ Day for Life. There is a leaflet available as you leave Mass today and there will be retiral collection after both Masses
Today: The new Altar Servers’ Rota is ready for collection from the sacristy after Mass . Please collect it today since it comes into effect next weekend.
Today marks the final weekend in May. Thank you for all the flowers you have brought over the weekends of May which have built up in to a wonderful shrine at Our Lady’s statue..
Today: Some of the new rotas for Church Cleaning are still in the sacristy. Those involved please collect your copy today. Some of the groups desperately need new members, otherwise the Church will not be cleaned as regularly as it is done at the moment. If you would like to offer your services or find out more about what is involved please contact Jean O’Rourke on 443.4651.
Today: Some of the new readers’ rotas are still awaiting collection from the sacristy after Mass. Please take your copy today.
Today: Please take a copy home of the notes from the recent Parish meeting about the re-structuring process initiated by Archbishop Cushley. If you wish, the reverse side provides an opportunity for you to complete a SWOT response to the proposed plan and return in due course. They will become part of any response being made to the Archbishop when he comes to meet the clusters. There is a box at the back of the Church should you wish to return your replies. They do not need to be signed. SWOT = Strengths; Weaknesses; Opportunities and Threats.
Sunday: The Coffee Morning after Mass will be taking place. All welcome in the Hall after Mass.
Sunday: Sponsored Walk in aid of Parish Project Fund. Walkers will gather at the Hawes Inn in South Queensferry at 1.30 p.m. and walk along the coast returning to the Inn for recovery treatment. It is about six miles. Forms are available at the back of the Church. More details in due course but you can start collecting sponsors now please. If you require transport to get there please meet in Hutchison Crossway at 1.00 p.m.
13th June: The first Open Forum meeting of the Catholic Education Commission will take place at the Gillis Centre in Edinburgh from 10.00 a.m. – 1.00 p.m.. The theme of the morning is: “Developing Catholic Teachers and School Leaders: to ensure the future of Scotland’s Catholic schools”. Members of the Scottish Catholic community – parents, teachers, clergy – are invited to discuss issues such as: How are teachers being recruited, educated and supported to work in Catholic schools?
14th June: Celebration of First Communion during the 10.00 a.m. Mass for the children of St. Cuthbert’s. Seats will be reserved in the centre of the Church for the children and their families.
14th June: There will be a special Mass in the Cathedral at 3.00 p.m. to mark the 50th Anniversary of SCIAF. The organisers say “This is an opportunity for us to thank you and your parishioners for being part of SCIAF’s history and for your support over the years. Together, we’ve touched the lives of millions of people around the world. We’d also like to share Pope Francis’ 50th Anniversary message to SCIAF with you and join with you in prayer for our brothers and sisters overseas.
After Mass there will be a reception in St Mary’s Parish Hall. Please join us for tea and coffee and explore our SCIAF Story exhibition sharing stories and photos of some of the life-changing work you’ve helped us achieve over the last 50 years.” If you intend going please advise Andrew Forsyth 0141 354 5555 or firstname.lastname@example.org
28th June: The Parish of St. Margaret’s in Dunfermline will play host to a revitalised and new summer pilgrimage in honour of St Margaret of Scotland. The day’s events will include:
12 noon onwards: Pilgrims can explore the numerous holy sites associated with St Margaret throughout Dunfermline using the Pilgrim Guide Booklet.
12 noon to 2.45 pm: SCIAF Family activity in St Margaret’s Church Hall.
3.00 pm Procession with relics from Pittencrieff Park to St Margaret’s Church
4.00 pm Holy Mass, celebrated by Archbishop Leo Cushley
If you plan to attend, please let Fr Chris Heenan know so he can gauge the number of Pilgrim Books (£1) to prepare. Email: email@example.com
30th June – 4th July: ‘Setting out on the Road’ – an introductory course on teaching Religious Education in Catholic schools, leading to an award of a certificate by the Scottish Catholic Education Service recognised by the Catholic Bishops of Scotland. Further details can be found on the notice board.
The Church Stall has cards and gifts suitable for First Communions in stock. Why not have a look and see if there is anything that suits you.
Congratulations and well done to the children who were confirmed last Wednesday. They were a credit to their families and to themselves as they took part in the ceremony which saw them being confirmed by Archbishop Cushley. Many thanks also to all who helped in any way, in preparing them, in the liturgy, in the Hall and all those who worked behind the scenes.
With every best wish and blessing
to you, your families
And all those who are dear to you.