16th Sunday in Ordinary Time - 17 July 2022
Services this week
Sunday: 16th Sunday of the Year: Mass 10.00am
Monday: Mass 10.00am
Friday: Funeral Mass (James Penman): Mass 10.00am
Saturday: St Bridget of Sweden Mass 10.00am
Vigil Mass 6.00pm
Sunday: 17th Sunday of the year: Mass 10.00am
In your charity, please remember in your prayers all the sick and housebound, especially Tricia Henderson, Andrew McCleary, and Jamie Dow. Also, Joan Millar, Daniel McIntosh, Margaret McFarlane, Andrew Little and Agnes Welsh whose anniversaries occur about this time. Also, John ‘Jock’ Hutchison and James Penman who died recently.
May their souls, and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace.
The Offertory Collections last weekend amounted to £382.22 - grateful thanks to all donors.
Grandparents & the Elderly
World Day for Grandparents & the Elderly is on Sunday 24 July. Next Sunday’s Mass will be dedicated to them to show gratitude for their gifts and contribution to parish and family life. We warmly invite all grandparents, the elderly, and their families to join us for this special Mass.
The National Pilgrimage for young people aged between 16-30 takes place on Saturday 24 September in Dunkeld, Perthshire. It includes walks to holy sites, talks and Mass. A bus will leave from the Gillis Centre, 100 Strathearn Road, Edinburgh at 9:30am (£10). To book your place email email@example.com.
Schola Cantorum sings MacMillan
This recital takes place at 7:30pm on Monday, 15 August, at St Mary’s Cathedral in Edinburgh. The event will include composer Sir James McMillan discussing the relation between faith and music with Michael Ferguson, Director of the Schola Cantorum. For details, visit http://www.edinburghsacredartsfestival.org/festival-2022.html
Archbishop Cushley will celebrate the Festival Mass at St Mary’s Cathedral at midday on Sunday 21 August, followed by a reception in Coffee Saints café.
The national Venerable Margaret Sinclair Pilgrimage is on Sunday 18 September. Find out more about this holy Edinburgh woman at www.margaretsinclair.scot