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Tue, October 15, 2019

Bulletin

LITURGY OF THE WORD
 
 
1st Reading: Book of Kings 5:14-17
 
Response:        The Lord has shown his salvation to the nations
 
2nd Reading: St. Paul to Timothy 2:8-13
 
Acclamation:                        Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia!
                               Your words are spirit Lord, and they are life:
                                     you have the message of eternal life
                                             Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia! 
 
 
 
Forty Hours Adoration:
St. Robert’s Househillwood
 
Feast Days:
Tuesday 15th St. Teresa of Avila,
Thursday St. Ignatius of Antioch,
Friday 18th St. Luke, Saturday 19th St. Paul of the Cross (Passionists).
 
Recently Dead:  Frances Fox, Mary Campbell.
 
Anniversary:  Julia McGoff.
 
Birthday Remembrance: Johnny Gibson 93.
 
Next Weekend, at His Holiness Pope Francis’ invitation, Catholics in parishes all over the world will be asked to contribute to a special collection for the Pontifical Mission Societies – his official charity for overseas mission – during World Mission Sunday.
In Sierra Leone, our missionary priests and religious live out their mission and support our brothers and sisters in faith throughout the world. You too can show that ‘together we are mission’ and play your part in the life of the universal Church by supporting Missio Scotland, so please give generously.
 
November – Thursday 31st Vigil Mass 7pm. Friday 1st November shall be the Feast of All Saints. There will be Mass at 10am and Saturday 2nd of November is All Souls, there will be Mass that morning at 10am. and the usual Saturday Vigil Mass at 5.30pm.
Parish Mass in Remembrance of the dead  Friday 8th November 7pm.  Please Take Note
 
November Lists are now available at the back of the Church.
 
Meetings:  Legion of Mary: Tues. 7.30pm. Chapel House.  
 A.A: Tue 8pm.   N.A.:  Thurs.7pm.  
 
The ‘Know your Faith’  on Tuesday at 7pm  in the church.
 
Fruit & Veg Barra: Please note change of time:  Monday 2. – 3.45pm in church hall.
 
Catholic Women’s Prayer Group: Meetings Thursday’s 2pm. conference room Father’s house.
 
Readers: Volunteers needed for All Masses. Please see Fr. Thaddeus
 
Parish Halloween Dance on Saturday 26th October. All welcome, fancy dress optional.
 
Pro-Life Mass on Wed 16th 7.30pm in Bl. John Dun Scotus, 270 Ballater St. G5 0YT
 
Pro-Life Torchlight Procession – Thurs 24th Oct – commemorate 52 years of the Abortion Act. Assemble in George Square from 6pm – Mass 7.30pm in St. Andrew’s Cathedral.
 
Information Evening for Primary 6&7 pupils on Wednesday 23rd October in St. Roch’s Secondary. All young people, parents and carers are more than welcome to come along, to meet with the key members of the staff and tour the school. 
 
Safeguarding Level 1 training: For those working with children or protected adults – Mon 7th Oct. & 23 Nov. in Eyre Hall, G1 4JY.  Tel. 226 5898 to book a place.
 
Safeguarding Level 2 training: For those working with children or protected adults – Part 2. All volunteers are required to attend.  Sat 26th Oct in Eyre Hall, G1 4JY.  Tel. 226 5898 to book a place.
 
Artists for Mary’s Meals – Monday 28th Oct in House for an Art Love, Bellahouston Park. From 10am – All day crafts – Art Exhibition –  Performance by Richard Burton Jazz Quartet – free. Workshop for Singers – Virtuosi recital -  Lydia de Rosa Singers – Cost £12 each session. For more info. www.artistsformarysmeals.com
 
Newman Association: ‘The Scottish Divide – Perception and Reality in our confusing times.’ Dr. Michael Rosie – Ogilvie Centre – Rose St. – 7.30pm Thurs 31st Oct.
 
Choral Music by St. Andrew’s Cathedral Choir - Thurs 24th Oct – 7.30pm in St. Robert Bellarmine’s Church 310 Peat Rd. G53 6SA to support their renovation fund. Local transport - Buses 3 & 57
 
Football: Scottish Junior Cup – 2nd Round replay.
Renfrew 0-1 St. Roch’s.  MTC
 
Pope Francis has established a new annual Sunday celebration to encourage a greater study of the Sacred Scriptures.
With a special Apostolic Letter published last month the Holy Father has declared that the Third Sunday of Ordinary Time each year is to be marked as Scripture Sunday with special solemnity.
Among the suggestions the makes to mark the day are enthroning the book of the gospels during Mass and distributing pocket copies of the gospel to the faithful – a practice the Holy Father has introduced in the past in Rome after his weekly Angelus address.
The Pope concludes his letter saying, ‘the great challenge before us in life is to listen to Sacred Scripture and practice mercy.’
 
Scottish Catholic Medical Association (SCMA): 2019 Autumn Meeting and AGM: theme- “Living our Faith at Work”. Turnbull Hall, 15 Southpark Terrace, G12 8LG Sat 26th Oct. Presentation by Dr Kearney. e-mail scottishcma@gmail.com to reserve a place.
 
The Franciscan Family: Are you over 35 and wish to know about Franciscan Spirituality or a vocation in the Franciscan Family?  Contact    07711 586394. Silvnapuffingu@hotmail.co.uk  
 
Irish Language Classes – Adults Mon, Tues & Fri. 7pm. Tues 1pm. Children’s Club Sunday 12.30pm. Contact: 0141 429 2308 / 07866453708.
 
Faith Forum: A fortnightly series of talks on living out the Catholic Faith. All young people welcome. 7pm in Turnbull Hall, 13-15 Southpark Terrace, G12 8LG.
 
Knights of St. Columba Centenary Recruitment Drive: Serving God by serving others. If you are over 16yrs and a practicing Catholic and wish to join an organisation to promote the Catholic Faith and help others in need, please contact John O’Donnell on 07854 886425 / john.odonnell1@hotmail.co.uk or Paul Laird on 07854 499608 / paullaird@outlook.com
 
St. Margaret’s Adoption: Have you ever considered adoption as a way to grow your family? Could you provide a loving stable family environment for a child who needs a forever home? If you would like to find out more about adoption process, please visit:-
www.stmargaretsadoption.org.uk  or contact us on 0141 332 8371 or email;-
 
Paul Sweeney MP – See notice board for dates and times of his Surgery Schedule.
 
Sewing Group in Rosemount Flexi Centre 102 Royston Rd:-
Monday 9.30am - 12.30pm. Wednesday 5.30-7.30pm
Share your skills, or learn new ones. All welcome.
 
Knitting Group:- Want to learn how to knit, or share your skills? Royston Library, 67 Royston Rd – Thursday  1.30 to 3pm.
 
Fertility Care Scotland: The Billings Ovulation Method of Natural Fertility Regulation, For more info or an appointment - 0141 221 0858 also on twitter and  facebook. Email: info@fertilitycare.org.uk / wwwfertilitycare.org.uk
 
Strathclyde Catholic Chaplaincy:- Mass Times: Mon - Fri: 12.10pm Sun: 11am. Adoration: Tues 4.45-5.30pm. See notice board for more details.
 
 
 
Fr. Thaddeus Umaru Phone: 0141 552 2945
Parish house address: 311 Roystonhill G21 2HN
Website: www.stroch.rcglasgow.org.uk
 
 
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The parish of St. Roch's is a parish of the Archdiocese of Glasgow,
A Designated Religious Charity, Number SC018140

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