St John the Evangelist: Collections: St Thomas the Apostle: Collections
First GA £506 NGA £521.17 First GA £82.00 NGA: £114.42
Monthly Standing Orders: £3,818.00 Monthly Standing Order £2990.00
Building Fund GA £142.00 Monthly Building F GA £70.00
Vocations GA £10.00 Communications GA £197.00 NGA £65.25
St Anthony’s £56.40 St Anthony £72.88
Communications GA £396.10 NGA £229.88
Second Collection this weekend: Monthly Building Fund
Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) – External Review: The Catholic Church in Paisley is issuing an extraordinary appeal during the month of June 2022 to anyone who may have been affected by any kind of abuse at the hands of clergy or church officials. The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) is conducting an external review of the Diocese of Paisley to hear from people with first-hand experience of how the Diocese has responded to reports of abuse. Anyone who may wish to report on their experience should contact SCIE directly by email at email@example.com or by phone on 07921 251614. SCIE will then get in touch to arrange a time to report to the auditors in a way that suits each individual. Please visit https://rcdop.org.uk/independent-review for more information and to see the letter from SCIE Learning Together, requesting help with the independent review.
Diocesan Day for Extraordinary Ministers- Saturday 18th June, St Mirin’s Hall. 11.30-2.30pm
The Diocesan Liturgy Commission will host a Day for Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion, and for anyone interested in learning more about the Eucharist. There will be 3 short talks, with opportunities to ask questions, ending with a period of Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, and Benediction. A light lunch will be provided. If you have any specific dietary requirements, please bring a packed lunch. All welcome to attend. Contact Fr Paul Brady on VE-LiturgyandPermanentDiaconate@rcdop.org.uk
A Series of Talks on the Divine Praises for Young Adults: The next talk of the series Blessed be Jesus Christ: True Man by Father Bernard Mournian will take place on Wednesday 22nd June at 7pm in St. Mirin’s Cathedral and will be followed by Benediction and an opportunity to socialise over drinks.
Pilgrimage to Camino de Santiago de Compostelo: A group of young adults are organising a Camino de Santiago pilgrimage from 18th July to 25th July 2022 which will include 5 days walking from Vigo to Santiago. Total cost for flights and accommodation is £400. If you would like to join them please get in touch with Stephen Jordan at firstname.lastname@example.org Please express your interest by 20th June 2022.
Family Rosary Book: We invite all families to make a special to pray the family rosary at home every day. Family Rosary books have been specially commissioned and printed to guide families in this simple devotion. www.marriagefamilylife.org/books
The Defibrillator on the side of your Church. Jean Hepburn is running a free training session on 20th June from 12.30pm till 14.30pm on how to access and use the defibrillator. If anyone would like to attend the training please get in touch jean. hepburn @ntlworld.com
Diocesan Family Day Sun 12th June 2pm-4pm: Families are warmly invited to come together with Bishop John at St John’s, Barrhead for an afternoon celebrating family life. There will be activities for children, followed by refreshments for all! The day will conclude with Holy Mass at 4pm. No 5pm Sunday Parish Mass this day.
Corpus Christi Procession: We will have on 19th June in St Johns a Corpus Christi procession beginning at 3pm. All our recent First Communicants are especially invited. Please note that there won’t be the regular parish 5pm Mass.
We pray for those who have died recently: Cliff Kelly, Mary Black, Joe Daley, Patricia Sheridan and for the Anniversaries of Irene & Mark Clougherty, John Darroch, Mary Darroch, Rosina Hill, Archie Mc Ginty, Geraldine Mc Ginty, John Hughes, Hannah & John Hughes, Joseph Hughes, Mary Hughes, Tommy Mc Cafferty, Mary MacDuff, Fiona O’Brien, James Patterson, James Wilson. Fr. Thomas Mahon, (1975) Canon John Haran, (1997) Fr. Patrick Woods (2010) & Mons. William Diamond.