St John the Evangelist: Collections: St Thomas the Apostle: Collections
First GA £384.60 NGA £428.61 First GA £85.00.00 NGA: £145.53
Monthly Standing Orders: £3,818.00 Monthly Standing Order £2990.00
Building Fund GA £90.00 Monthly Building F GA £65.00
Sick & Retired Priests GA £441.30. NGA £270.75 Sick & Retired Priests GA £245.00 NGA £97.52
St Anthony’s £27.20 St Anthony £36.20
Communications GA £1.00 Communications £37.00
Peter’s Pence: 25th/26th June. This is the practice of the laity to provide financial support to the Holy See to allow the Holy Father the means to respond to those suffering as a result of war, oppression, natural disaster, and disease. Catholics around the world contribute roughly £70M annually through this collection. In 2017 this collection raised £15,191 which is fully remitted to the Apostolic Nunciature.
Feast of St Jose Maria Escriva: We welcome to St Johns the Personal Prelature of the Holy Cross and Opus Dei as they celebrate the Feast of their founder St Jose Maria Escriva next Saturday the 25th June. Mass will be at 11am with Confessions at 10.30am. No 10am Morning Mass.
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.
Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration – Summer Hours: The Oratory will close for the summer on Friday 24 June, re-opening again on Monday 15 August with Adoration on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 10.30 am – 9.00 pm, as usual. Over the summer from Monday 27 June – Friday 12 August there will be Adoration in the Church from 10.30 am – 1.00 pm each weekday, Mondays – Fridays. (not Thursdays). Adorers are asked to complete a sign-up for these hours using the forms in the porch at the back of the Church.
First Friday Vigils
There will be no First Friday Vigils over the summer. The Vigils will resume on Friday, 2 September at 7.00 pm.
Think Vocation: Ask the Holy Spirit to guide young people as they discern the life God is calling them to. Perhaps you are discerning a call to priesthood or religious life. Speak to our Vocations Director Fr. John Morrison tel: 01418895056 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nigerian Catholic Community Glasgow & Environs to our harvest Thanksgiving Mass & Bazaar/Summer Fete.
This takes place in St Roch’s RC Church, Robroyston Rd, Glasgow on Sun 7th of August at 1pm.Please help support our community by joining us at the event. You can let us know if you want to come as a group and can put a goodwill message or advert in the event brochure. You can take a stand or provide an activity during the bazaar. Finally, you can support us with a donation website: http://www.nccglasgow.org.uk/ Email: email@example.com
Parish Allotment Project: We are considering converting a piece of self-contained spare ground into a miniature allotment for parishioners to grow vegetables! It would be a fantastic opportunity for our families to get involved in growing their own produce. If you would like to take responsibility for one of the raised beds please speak to one of the priests after Mass.
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.
St Michael the Archangel Statue: A life size statue of St Michael the Archangel has been specially commissioned for a tour of Scotland. The statue will be in St Johns from Wednesday 27th July until Wednesday the 3rd of August. More details to follow.
We pray for those who have died recently: Danny Gallagher, Iain Mc Kenna, Jim Mc Keown, Ian Telfer and 6 months mind of Patrick Kearney, for the Anniversaries of Andy Barton, Margaret Birrell, Angelo Damore,Catherine Furie, Daniel Furie, Freda Hanlon, Maria Minnery, Peter Mullen, Renee Mc Callum, Kathleen Mc Guire, John O’Neill, Baby Patricia Reynolds, Anna Sinclair, Mary Theresa Temple.