Masses: Vigil: 6pm; Sunday: 9.30 am, 11am; Weekdays: 10.00 with Morning Prayer except this Tuesday when it will be at 7.00 and will be followed by a meeting of the St Pio Prayergroup.
Priest: Fr Gerry Fitzpatrick June 21st 2009 12th Sunday Year B 2009
|Prayer of the day: Father, guide and protector of your people, Grant us an unfailing respect for your name, And keep us always in your love. Grant this through Christ our Lord. Amen.|
Entry hymn: Be still for the presence of the Lord
Glory to God – Dunkeld
Reading: the Book of Job 38:1. 8-11
Psalm 26: The Lord is my light, the Lord is my help.
2nd Reading: 2 Corinthians 5: 14-17
Gospel Acclamation: Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia. I am the light of the world, says the Lord. Anyone who follows me will have the light of life. Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia.
Gospel: Mark 14:12-16.22-26
Prayers of the Faithful 12th Sunday Year B 2009
For the grace of courage: that the Spirit will empower us to put into practice all that we have learned from Jesus and seen in the lives of those who follow him. Lord, hear us
For a calming of the storms in our lives: that God will sustain us through the challenges of each day, give us courage and enduring hope when we cannot foresee tomorrow. Lord, hear us
For fidelity to those to whom we are committed: that we may be faithful to our spouses, family, children, community members, friends, and parish, encouraging and supporting one another along life’s journey Lord, hear us
For those who serve God and the community in the priesthood or in religious life. Lord, hear us
For the Church, for the unity of all Christians and for all who serve the Churches in any kind of ministry. We pray especially today for those who are to be ordained Deacons for the Archdiocese of Glasgow next Sunday. Lord, hear us
For those in our community who are sick, including Margaret McCafferty, Margaret Lanigan, Kenneth Fee, Cathy and Leo Gilbert, Linda Giulianotti, Kathleen Mallon, Joe McGhee, Margaret Padden, Liam Brogan, Fr Joseph Chambers, Elizabeth Conroy, Mary McKenna, Anne & Bernard McNiffe, Mary O’Hare, Anne McMahon, Stella Panayotti, Eileen Farrell, Mark Callaghan, Andy Vandermotten, and Michael Wagner. ( PAUSE ) Lord, hear us
For the dead, including Alan Nichol, Julia Donovan, John Mowan, Ellen Hannay, Frankie Nicolson, Trevor Dimmer, and Hugh Johnstone, – and for those whose anniversaries fall about now including James, Charlie and Frank Mulholland, and Betty Creer; and for all those whose lives have been taken from them in violence or war. Lord hear us Response Lord, graciously hear us
Preparation of Gifts: Seek ye first the Kingdom of God
St Bride Sanctus & Memorial.
St Andrew Lamb of God
Communion: Lord, I am not worthy . . . . . .
hymn: This is my will, my one command
Final hymn: Be still for the power of the Lord is moving in this
Copyrights: Be still for the presence: David Evans ã Kingsway’s Thankyou Music. Psalm 26 Words ãThe Grail. Music © Kevin Mayhew. Seek ye first: Words and music ã Karen Lafferty Maranatha Music Oublishing . PO Box 1396, Costa Mesa, California 92626. This is my will ã James Quinn S.J Words reproduced under Calamus Licence 0262 and CCL licence 74396.
Parish offerings: 14th June 1st Offering: £270 Gift Aided 1st Offering: £190.00 2nd Offering Assisted Parishes: £159. Quarterly £80.00. Quarterly Gift-aided £30.00
Parish Fete (part one!)
- Enjoying the BBQ
Firstly a very big thank you to the very many people who contributed in so many ways. And to all those who attended; weren’t we lucky with the weather! This is an account of how we did and what use is made of the funds raised. The money raised (and more will come in as we continue to sell oplants on Sunday) is put into a “Special Projects Fund “. In previous years this money has been used to pay for such projects as adapting the toilets for disabled use and emergency repairs necessitated by water getting in through the roof of the Sacristy.
The financial health of the parish would be considerably strained without your generosity so thank you, once again.
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Our next event will be the bbq and Tug o’war. Men v Ladies Boys v Girls – when enthusiasts will compete for the St Leo’s Cup so generosly donated by Ewen MacLeod last year to mark the 5th annual competition.