Fourth Sunday of Easter: 22nd April 2018

Services for the week:

  • SUNDAY: Mass at 10.00 am
  • MONDAY: Mass at 10.00 am
  • TUESDAY: Communion Service at 10.00 am
  • WEDNESDAY: Communion Service at 10.00 am; Mass at 7.00 pm
  • THURSDAY: Mass at 10.00 am
  • FRIDAY: Mass at 10.00 am
  • SATURDAY: Communion Service at 10.00 am; Vigil Mass at 6.00 pm
  • CONFESSIONS: Saturday from 5.30 – 5.55 pm

Notices

Easter Duty Time (Reception of Holy Communion and – if necessary – Confession), lasts until Trinity  Sunday (27th May).

Collections: The Offertory Collection last weekend realised £408.26, and the second collection, £77.54. Grateful thanks to all donors.

Special Collection today for the Ecclesiastical Students’ Fund.

A Warm Welcome to  Fr. Hendrie, who will be here next weekend, as I will be away on holiday.

Parish Pastoral Council: There will be a meeting of the PPC on Thursday 26th April at 7pm in the church hall. All are welcome to come along to engage in the discussion, which will include discussing pastoral suggestions made at the recent Annual Parish Assembly.

Fabric and Finance Committee will meet next Sunday (29th) at 3pm in the presbytery.

An opportunity to explore our faith: Would you like to explore the Catholic faith deeper? Whether you have grown up in the faith, or are new to it, we can all learn more about the Church’s teachings. A new group will be starting in the church hall, and will meet weekly on Tuesday nights at 7.30pm. All are invited and encouraged to come along, whether you want to come along weekly, or dip in and out of the sessions that interest you most. The first topic will be “Unpicking the Mass” where we will look closer at the origins of this celebration which is central to our faith, and we’ll unpick the parts of the Mass. Please join us this Tuesday, 24th April, at 7.30pm in the church hall.

SVP News: Port Seton Caravan dates available:

  • June 9th
  • June 30th
  • August 25th

If you are interested or would like more details, please put your name on the list in  the hall, or come and have a private word.

Aberdeen Diocese SVP may have a few free dates for their caravan in Nairn – first come, first served!

In your charity, please remember in your prayers, Eileen Smullen and all the sick and housebound. Also, David Clelland, J.Cuthbertson, Mary & Hugh Hamilton, Neil Martin, Nicholas Robertson, Maureen Sheridan and James Stirling, whose anniversaries occur about this time.

Mass intentions:

  • VIGIL: Fr Joe Portelli
  • SUNDAY: People of the Parish
  • MONDAY: Tom Mulholland
  • WEDNESDAY: Fr Patrick Kelly
  • THURSDAY: Ben McAllister
  • FRIDAY: Tom Mulholland
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