"Anyone who follows me will have the light of life."
Lent Masses—Tuesdays 10am.
Wednesdays, Thursdays & Fridays— 7.30am & 10am.
Saturdays 10am & Vigil at 6pm.
Stations of the Cross—Thursdays at 7pm.
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).
(S.C.I.A.F. Sunday) Special Second Collections—On Saturday/Sunday 9th/10th March for SCIAF.
RCIA—The “Scrutiny” ceremony for our candidates takes place on Sunday, 17th March at 12 noon Mass.
St. Andrew’s Children’s Choir Dates 2013—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
Rev. Allan Hamilton—Minister at Killermont Church sent a message to me assuring me of his and his congregations prayers at this difficult and distressing time—a message which I and I am sure you greatly appreciate. Fr. Donnelly.
Need a Faith Lift? - AGAP Theatre presents “The Pilgrimage” by Stephen Callaghan. An uplifting new play about Faith, Hope and Karaoke for the Year of Faith as part of Lentfest. Five ordinary characters are struggling in their faith journey but an unexpected pilgrimage to Lourdes brings them closer to God through each other. Touring various parishes during March. Please see poster for details or visit www.lentfest.co.uk.
First Communion—Parents meeting on Thursday 21st March at 7.30 p.m. at the Upper Hall.
Milngavie Choir –Will perform their Spring Concert of Mozart’s Requiem in New Kilpatrick Church, Bearsden on Saturday 23rd March 2013 at 7.30 p.m. They will be joined by Music Co-operative Scotland, New Kilpatrick organist Christopher Nickol and an international line up of soloists. Ticket prices are £12.00, £10.00 (concession), Child/Student £5.00 and they can be purchased from choir members; choir secretary 0141 334 6948, Milngavie Book Shop or Maria Finnerty President 0141 943 1517.
St. Andrew’s Whist Drive– St. Andrew’s Whist Drive will be held on Monday 11th March in the Lower Hall at 7.30 p.m.. All, including beginners, will be made very welcome. We are very friendly and would love to see you there, whatever your ability. Please contact Susan Morrison on 0141 563 7959 or 07580086381 for more information or just come along for a great night. N.B. Because the last Monday of the month falls in Holy Week this year, the Whist Drive is 2 weeks earlier than usual.
Coffee Morning—After 10.00 a.m. Mass, Sunday 17th March come along and join us. Donation of home baking (no nuts please) always gratefully received. This month we are raising funds for S.C.I.A.F’s Appeal for women of the Congo. Women in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) have been through unspeakable trauma. Your donations are helping train doctors to provide surgery to these women and campaign for change in the DRC to bring attackers to justice. Also many thanks to everyone who came along to the last month’s coffee morning as the sum of £122.30 was raised for shelterbox. As always, your support is very much appreciated.
Music for Lent and Holy Week. St. Aloysius Church Garnethill—Tuesday 12th March at 4.45 p.m.—Concert of Sacred Music. This short concert will feature a wide variety of sacred music from the Catholic tradition as well as spirituals. African and Hebrew music. It will be sung by the three choirs in our new Schola Cantorum.
Tuesday 26th March at 7.30 p.m.—Stainer’s Crucifixion.
St. Patrick’s Day Mass in St. Andrew’s Cathedral. - Celebrant—The Most Rev. Phillip Tartaglia, Archbishop of Glasgow on Saturday 16th March at 11.30 a.m. Please come early if you require a seat.
Anniversary of Assassination of Archbishop Oscar Romero 24th March - On 24th March, 1980—Oscar Romero, Archbishop of San Salvador in Central America, was assassinated while saying Mass. He was known as the bishop of the poor for his work defending the Salvadoran people against repression. He spoke out again poverty, social injustice, assassinations and torture and denounced the persecution of the member of the Catholic Church who worked on behalf of the poor. He is one of the ten 20th Century martyrs who are depicted in statues above the Great West Door of Westminster Abbey in London, a testament to the wide respect for him even beyond the Catholic Church