Christ the Universal King,  20th November 2022

Christ the Universal King, 20th November 2022

Weekdays: Holy Mass this week: Monday, Tuesday & Friday, 9.30am.

Thursday: Exposition/Adoration of the Most Blessed Sacrament: Thursday, 6.00pm to 7.00pm. Evening Mass at 7.00pm. Our final Thursday-night Mass of November preceded by silent prayer for Holy Souls. No Thursday morning Mass.

CATHOLIC EDUCATION SUNDAY: Special Collection, today. This collection supports the Scottish Catholic Education Service (SCES) which promotes and protects our Catholic schools in issues of national significance It supports our schools, parishes and dioceses.  The national office supports three employees and we, as a Diocese, also employ four part-time local members of staff to work in our schools and on the RE curriculum.

Confessions: Sacrament of Penance & Reconciliation at 4.30pm on Saturdays.

CHILDREN’S LITURGY will resume, next Sunday – children (Primary 1 – Primary 7 age group) on 27th November 11.00am Mass, First Sunday of Advent.


ILL: Rosemary McInally, Dolly Cameron, Michael McCabe, Tony Gallacher, 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: Fr Michael Morrisey RN (Windsor)

ANNIVERSARIES: Gerard Graham, Janet Murrin, Bridie McVey, Jackie McVey, Longin Kalinowski, Olive Kalinowska, Betty Glancy and Mgr Hugh Gallagher - grant them eternal rest, Lord.  

SCHOOL COFFEE MORNING (Fairtrade) this Friday, 25th November between 10.00am and 11.00am, next door, in St Fillan’s Primary School. Please support this First for our school since the Covid pandemic.


FORTY HOURS ADORATION at St Mirin’s Cathedral begins next Sunday 27th until 30th November – to mark the beginning of Advent. More details available on Cathedral Website.  

CHRIST THE KING: today, we wish our neighbouring parish of Christ the King (Howwood and Lochwinnoch) Mgr Denis Carlin PP and our Dean , Canon Sean Cunney – still active, in retirement, and all parishioners, there – a very Happy Feast Day!