Services for the week
- SUNDAY: Mass 10.00 am
- MONDAY: Mass 10.00 am
- TUESDAY: Requiem Mass 10.00 am
- WEDNESDAY: Communion Service 10.00 am Mass 7.00 pm
- THURSDAY: Communion Service 10.00 am Mass & Way of the Cross 7.00 pm
- FRIDAY: Mass 10.00 am
- SATURDAY: Mass 10.00 am Vigil Mass 6.00 pm
Short version of the Way of the Cross, after morning Mass on Fridays, throughout Lent.
Easter Duty time – Holy Communion and, if necessary, Confession – began on Ash Wednesday and ends on Trinity Sunday. A Plenary Indulgence is available for those who devoutly make the Way of the Cross during Lent.
SCIAF’s ‘Wee Boxes’ are available in the Hall.
Lenten Alms Box is in the church during Lent. Proceeds go to charities of the Cardinal’s choice.
Collections: The Offertory collection realized £470.07, and the second collection, £101.37 Many thanks to all contributors.
In your charity, please remember: Cardinal O’Brien, and all the sick and housebound. Andrew Cummings, Annette Dunn, Gloria Dunn, Roseann Temperley, Helen Ward-Birkby and Danuta Wojtasinska, whose anniversaries occur about this time. Canon Byrne, Tom Cullen, Giovanni Crolla and Leo Cassettari who died recently.
- VIGIL: People of the Parish
- SUNDAY: Nan Wardrop
- MONDAY: Tom Cullen
- TUESDAY: Giovanni Crolla (Requiem)
- THURSDAY: George Madden
- FRIDAY: Annette Dunn
- SATURDAY: The Gallagher Family
A New Council for Catholic Men…All Catholic men are welcome to join the Knights of St Columba (Council 971 – Falkirk District) If you would like to do more for your faith, spiritual life and parish – beyond your obligations – then your energies could fulfil the needs of our churches and clergy. Keep your eye on this parish Newsletter and church notice boards! Have a look at the KSC website. Monthly meetings take place throughout Falkirk District.The Knights are happy to come and talk to any parish on request of the clergy or parishioners. The next meeting in Bo’ness will take place on Monday, 25 February at 7.00 pm. For venue and further details, please contact Grand Knight, Council 971, Brother John Hanlon.