"O that today you would listen to His voice !
Harden not your hearts."
Piety Stall Rota—We are short of volunteers to assist with serving in the Piety Stall, particularly after the Vigil Mass. If you could spare 15 minutes after Mass and are aged over 16, we would really appreciate your help. The rota sheet for January, February and March is on the noticeboard at the back of the Church. Any questions please call Anne MacIntosh 931 5861 or Annamaria Strachan 942 9799.
St. Joseph’s Robroyston—Little Sisters of the Poor—May I ask you to kindly join us in praying for Vocations and to take part in the Vocation’s Mass here at St. Joseph's on 30th January. This year we will have the joy of celebrating the 150th anniversary of the arrival of the Little Sisters in Glasgow and will be happy to keep you informed of coming events.
28th & 29th January—Special 2nd collections for assisted parishes fund.
Homelessness Sunday—Coffee and tea will be served in the Upper Hall following 10 o’clock Mass on Sunday 29th January. Proceeds will be donated to Scottish Church Housing Action who work to help the homeless in Scotland. Baking welcome—no nuts please! Justice and Peace Group
Donate your Surplus Christmas Presents to help the Homeless—Please bring along your surplus Christmas presents to the Church before Mass on the 28th or 29th January. The plan is to distribute those that are fitted to their special needs, such as hats, scarves and books, directly to the homeless, whilst others will be sold in order to raise fund. Please place your presents in the boxes provided in the Church foyer. Justice and Peace Group.
Fiddlers Rally—Glasgow City Chamber on Friday 10th February 2012. Please see notice in the porch of the church.
Life Pregnancy Care Services—As you know our Pregnancy Care Service, situated at 205 St. Vincent Street has been active in Glasgow for over 30 years providing a caring service and practical help for Mothers and Babies. We currently have a large stock of baby clothes and baby materials, due to the generosity of our support group. If you have any parishioners who are expectant mothers, or mothers with young babies who could benefit from these items, please contact Marie Logue, Tel No. 0141 221 0080 or Helen Graham Tel No. 01505 335571.
Messengers Meetings—Monday 6th February at 7 30pm for Co-ordinators and 8pm for all messengers.
Dates for the Children’s Choir—5th February 10am Mass, 11th March 10am Mass, 17th March 6pm Mass or 18th 10am Mass, 13th May 10am Mass, 20th May 10am Mass, 10th June 10am Mass, 17th June 10am Mass. Contact Annamaria Strachan 0141 942 9799, 07749715514, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mill Hill Missionaries—Mission Appeal on Sunday 12th February—see notice in the porch.
The Beginning Experience—Are holding a weekend for those who find themselves alone again through divorce, separation or bereavement. The weekend will take place from 23rd—25th March at St. Mary’s, Kinnoull, Perth. Contact Ros on 0131 669 0003 or email email@example.com
Caring for the Human Person to the End—Dr. Rosaleen Beattie MB ChB. Turnbull Hall, 15 Southpark Terrace. Tuesday 7th February at 7 15pm. Dr. Beattie is a Consultant in Palliative Medicine and Clinical Ethicist. She has worked as Medical Director at a large hospice in Lancaster and is a Professorial Fellow in Healthcare Law and Ethics. She has contributed to the British Isles Catholic Bishops' Joint Bioethics Committee, and is a member of the Quality Standards Expert Group for NICE. Her areas of special interest are the ethics of end of life, epigenetics and genetics. This talk is part of the monthly Turnbull Ethics Series. (6. 45pm Rosary for Health Care Workers). Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or tel 339 4315. Refreshments. All welcome.
Soup Run—The next soup run will be on Friday 3rd February. The lower hall will be open from 7.00 p.m. for donations of soup, sandwiches, biscuits, soft fruits etc. Very many thanks for the support that you give us. Any enquiries to Phyllis on 0141 570 1343.