but on every word that comes from
the mouth of God."
Lent Masses—Tuesdays 10am.
Wednesdays, Thursdays & Fridays— 7.30am & 10am.
Saturdays 10am & Vigil at 6pm.
Stations of the Cross—Thursdays at 7pm (except 28th February).
Liturgy of the Word & Communion—Mondays at 10am.
Sick & Retired Priests Fund—the second collections during Lent on Sundays are for this Archdiocese Fund except on SCIAF Sunday (9/10th March).
Lent Station Mass—Archbishop Tartaglia will celebrate Mass in each of the nine deaneries of the Archdiocese during Lent. Our local North West Deanery Mass will take place at St. Laurence’s Drumchapel on Thursday 28th February at 7pm. (Stations of the Cross are cancelled this evening at St. Andrew’s).
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion—Are required to assist the priest (and deacon) in the distribution of Holy Communion at Mass. These ministers are appointed by the Archdiocese, following discussion with the Parish Priest, for a fixed, renewable, term. If you, or anyone you know, would be interested in becoming an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion, then you should contact Fr. Donnelly in the first instance, either to volunteer your services or to nominate someone you think would be appropriate for this parish service. Service will be at the Mass you normally attend and will usually be no more than once per month. Training will be given before you first exercise this ministry. Whilst we would be happy to consider anyone who might be willing to offer this service, we are particularly short at both the 10am and 12noon Masses on Sunday.
World Youth Day—25th –28th July at The University of Stirling. Open to all young adults aged 14-25. Involves a Youth Festival, daily mass, great music and a mini Pilgrimage. Cost £250 including accommodation and all meals. Anyone interested contact Erin McGonigle on 07904 648817 or via her Facebook Page. See notice in the porch.
St. Andrew’s Children’s Choir Dates 2013—17th February, 10th March, 17th March, 21st April, 12th May, 19th May, 9th June & 16th June. All at the 10am mass. Any queries, please contact Mrs Annamaria Strachan, 0141 9799/07749715514 (phone or test); email@example.com
Baptism Preparation Sessions 2013—Are planned to take place at the Lower Hall from 11.00 a.m. to 1. 15 on the following dates and a session should be attended before Baptism by parents and godparents.
2nd March, 4th May, 1st June, 6th July, 7th September, 5th October, 2nd November, 7th December. Please make arrangements with Father Donnelly. Thank you.
Area Leaders and Messengers—Meeting on Monday 25th February at 7.30 p.m. (Leaders) and 8.00 p.m. (Messengers) at the Lower Hall.
Right of Election—at the Cathedral for R.C.I.A. Candidates on Sunday 17th February at 3.00 p.m.
Readers Meeting (For long standing readers) - Thursday 21st February at the church at 7.30 p.m.
St. Andrew’s Squad—For all Primary 3 children celebrating First Confession. Please come to the upper hall on Sunday 24th February (not March sorry!) from 9.a.m.—9.45 a.m. Call Margaret Hendry 563 9993.
Charity Ladies’ Lunch and Fashion Show—In Aid of the White Lily Fund which raises money for Cancer Research in the West of Scotland. Come along and join in the fun! Sunday 17th March at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. A glass of bubbly on arrival at 1.00 p.m. and lunch begins at 2.00 p.m. Tickets cost £35 each. Some of the shops exhibiting are Solo, silks and wish. BBC weathergirl Judith Ralston will be compering. Why not get together with some friends and take a table of 10. For more information and tickets, please contact Angela Bruno on 07730615045.
Coffee Morning—After 10.00 a.m. Mass, Sunday 17th February. Please come along and join us. Donations of home baking (no nuts please) always gratefully received. This month we are raising funds for Shelterbox. A British charity provides emergency shelter and lifesavings supplies for families around the world who are affected by disasters, at a time when they need it the most. Also many thanks to everyone who came along to January’s coffee morning and a special thanks to the ‘Mystery Donor’ for their contribution to the sum of £142 which was raised for the National Autistic Society. The sum of £70.00 was also raised for the Andrea Kearney Fund.
Justice and Peace: Enough Food for Everyone If.. SCIAF and Justice and Peace Scotland are among the groups supporting this major UK wide campaign to focus the G8’s attention on world hunger this year. In Scotland the campaign also recognises the Scottish government’s proven commitment to international development and urges action to: increase the Scottish Climate Change Fund, continue promoting Fair Trade, advocate for improved land tenure rights for the poor and international tax transparency, increase understanding here of the complex causes of hunger and target aid better. Much more information is on www.enoughfoodif.org/Scotland.
Leprosy—Anyone interested in purchasing raffle tickets for Leprosy and helping out residents at Canniesburn raise funds for a very worthy cause, please call/text Pat O’Shea on 07922106374.
Altar Servers Awards—23rd/24th Feb