my prayer or his kindness!"
A proposed design for the new primary school to be built on the site of St Andrew’s Primary School was unveiled at open, drop-in community information events last month at both St Joseph’s and St Andrew’s primary schools. Comments on the proposed design may be made to East Dunbartonshire Council by e mail email@example.com or phone 0300 123 4510 up until early autumn.
Padre Pio Prayer Group. Holy Mass will be offered on Monday 4th July. Novena at 7:00pm followed by Holy Mass at 7:30pm
It was a delight and a joy having Rev John Craib, Bearsden Baptist Minister, and the Daejeon New Central Church Prayer Mission Team from South Korea visit us last Tuesday morning. Many thanks to all, especially the Hut Ladies and the whole team of volunteers who helped with the hospitality serving tea / coffee and cakes afterward in the hall. 20 pictures and two videos of the Prayer Team’s visit on Facebook.
We thank the Knights of St Columba for their visit to our parish last weekend. In this Year of Mercy they are looking to recruit new members. If you are interested and would like to find out more about the Knights of St Columba, email brian Henryksc@hotmail.com
World Youth Day - 25th – 31st July – five of our young people - Kathleen Davie, Hannah Hartley, Niall Love, Liam McKechnie, and Caragh Pryce will setting off soon for WYD in Krakow to join what’s expected to be over 1 million young people for the celebrations. They’ll keep us posted throughout their trip with their blog on parish Facebook.
Day Trip to Carfin for the National Pilgrimage Mass and Rosary Procession. Sunday, September 4th. Bus will leave from Roman Road at 1pm and return 7.30pm. Cost £3. Please sign sheet in porch, if you would like to go.
Support in bereavement Group is willing to help anyone seeking assistance. If you have suffered a bereavement (not necessarily recently) and feel you could benefit from talking to someone about it, please call 942 4635.
Catch the last two performances of Among Women before it travels to the Edinburgh Festival. (commencing at 7.30pm): Thursday 14th July: Eyre Hall, 196 Clyde Street, G1 4JY and Fri 15th July: St Helen’s, Langside Ave, G41 2QS. Call 552-5527 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book tickets. Tickets: £5 (under-16s £2) will also be available at the door unless sold out.
The Palestinian Youth Orchestra is being given the opportunity to meet and rehearse in Glasgow at the Royal Conservatoire and then to give a series of concerts - in Glasgow 27 July. See poster for more details.
Do you have any photographs or other items that tell something interesting about the history of Saint Andrew's Cathedral? Can the Cathedral borrow them and make copies so that they can be shared as the Cathedral marks its 200th anniversary at the end of the year? Please email: info@cathedralG1.org. or tel: 204 2409.
Prayers of Peace for Jerusalem: A short time to pray together for Israel and Palestine and for all the people who live there. Prayers will be held in Killermont Parish Church on Sunday 24 July at 7 pm.
Sea Sunday is 10th July when the Church prays for all those who live and work at sea. A second collection will be taken up for Apostleship of the Sea. For information about AoS’s work, visit www.apostleshipofthesea.org.uk
askpopefrancis.com Pope Francis invites young people from around the world to send him questions through the website www.askpopefrancis.com. They can ask him whatever is in their hearts, be it out of interest, doubt or curiosity. The pope will reply to some of them in a book to be published in the coming months.
Altar Servers. Any young member of the Parish who would like to become an Altar Server is invited to contact Chris Sanders (942 7519) or Fr. Mackle or Mgr Ryan, who will gladly take your details. This invitation is aimed particularly at those children in P IV who have just made their First Holy Communion. Training sessions will start after school summer holidays.
The Legion of Mary meets Tuesdays at 7.30pm in the Hut. New members always welcome. Padre Pio Prayer Group meets on Mondays at 7pm. All welcome. For information or interest, please contact Kay Dick 0141 942 7771 or Kate Hay 0141 931 5154.
Are you interested in becoming a Catholic? Not baptised? Baptised in another faith? RCIA, the process by which adults are received into the Catholic Church, will begin in the autumn. If you have any questions about receiving the Sacraments as an adult, or if you would like to know more about RCIA and the Catholic faith, call 942 4635 or email email@example.com
Emmaus Glasgow Community provides living and workspace for the homeless. Visit www.emmausglasgow.org.uk Any unwanted furniture for recycling? Phone Celia on 342 4089. Van Mon – Sat to collect for free.
Communion under both kinds - Holy Communion has a fuller form as a sign when it is distributed under both kinds. For in this form the sign of the Eucharistic banquet is more clearly evident and clear expression is given to the divine will by which the new and eternal Covenant is ratified in the Blood of the Lord. What is also more clearly evident when Holy Communion is given under both kinds is the relationship between the Eucharistic banquet and the heavenly banquet in the Father's Kingdom.
While Holy Communion does have a fuller form as a sign when it is given under both kinds, the church very clearly teaches that Christ, whole and entire, is received even under only one kind, and consequently that as far as the effects are concerned, those who receive the Sacred Host only or the Precious Blood from the Sacred Chalice only are not deprived of any of the grace that is necessary for salvation.
Please remember in your Prayers -
Sick—Paul Morton, Dante Biagioi, Louise Dolan, Charlie Melly, Ronald Coia, Douglas Dalby (Snr), Baby Eva Berrey, Joan Davis, Margie Cornyn, Russell Rodger, Patricia Swiatek, Gilbert O’Rourke, Mary Frances Gerrard, Joseph McDermid, Charlie Harper, Alan Johnston, Martin Barnes, Bruce Davidson, Paul Sheridan, John Gerard Miller, Sheila Donnelly, Maureen MacIntosh, Davie Peacock, Lesley Cullen
Recently Dead—Joan Mackie, Herbert Bowden, David Coia, Cecelia Mulgrew
Anniversaries—Charlie Whitelaw, Margaret McKinnon, Anne Morrison, Ian McColl, Maisie McNeill, Nan Dunn, Mary Horsfield.