26th Sunday in Ordinary Time, 25th September 2022

26th Sunday in Ordinary Time, 25th September 2022

  • Vigil Mass (Saturday) 5.00pm. 9.30 and 11.00am Holy Mass on Sunday.  
  • Weekdays: Holy Mass: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday at 9.30am.  
  • Confessions: Sacrament of Penance & Reconciliation at 4.30pm on Saturdays.
  • Rosary: before each weekday Mass (except when a Requiem Mass is scheduled)
  • Tuesday: St Vincent de Paul. Priest and Helper of the Poor.
  • Friday: Feast of the Holy Archangels: Saints Michael, Gabriel and Raphael.  

ILL: Dolly Cameron, Michael McCabe, Tony Gallacher, Mauro Mancini, Daragh McConomy and for all those who have asked for our prayers in the parish family: those at home and their carers, those in hospital and residential homes, including the staff, and for all suffering in mind and body, especially those alone: Lord, bless them with your grace.  

DIED: Margaret Meyers (Carlisle) and Mary Mount (Port Glasgow)

SIX MONTHS MIND: Molly McGavigan.

ANNIVERSARY: Mary Brownridge, Jan Zawadzski, Sylvia Zawadzka and Fr Colm Fox - grant them eternal rest, Lord.  

CARFIN: National Pilgrimage, at 3pm (today) Sunday 25th September (with Welcome and Veneration of Relics of St Bernadette of Lourdes) Coach will leave from St Fillan’s at 1pm for those booked on list in porch. Returning around 7pm.  

PAUSE FOR HOPE - an ecumenical service for all those affected by cancer to come together and pray: Fr. John Tormey, St. Aidans, Johnstone, would like to welcome all those affected by cancer to a prayer service on Sunday 9 October at 2.00pm. This service is to bring together those affected by all forms of cancer, their loved ones and carers; to help them to pray for themselves and each other, to remember dear ones lost to cancer, and to pray for those with responsibility for providing and allocating resources required in the investigation, treatment and care of patients with cancer. Members of all religious denominations and faiths are welcome as well as those with little or no religious faith. Tea and coffee will be available afterwards in the church hall - donations of home baking gratefully received.

YOUNG ADULTS (18-30) next talk of series, ‘Mary, Most Holy, ‘by Bishop John Keenan, on Wednesday (28th September) at 7pm, in St Mirin’s Cathedral. This will be followed by Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament and an opportunity to socialise on conclusion.

 Have a much-blessed week.