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Saint Jude’s and Saint John Ogilvie’s Parish is a parish of the Archdiocese of Glasgow, a Designated Religious Charity: No. SC 018140

Welcome

St Jude and St John Ogilvie Parish Church, Glasgow welcomes you to our website. 
Thank you for visiting. We hope our site provides all the information you might need to know whether you intend visiting our church – where you can be assured of a warm welcome – or are looking to find out more about the Catholic Faith.

Parish of St Jude & St John Ogilvie 
159 Pendeen Road Glasgow G33 4SH
Tel: 0141 771 5004

stjudeandstjohnogilvie@rcag.org.uk

Parish Priest: Father Francis Okereke

Sunday Mass: 10.00am
Daily Mass:       See Below
Confessions: Please arrange with Father Francis

19th Sunday in Ordinary Time

9th August 2020

PLEASE REMEMBER IN YOUR PRAYERS

The Sick of the Parish:

We continue to pray for all the sick and housebound of the Parish.

Recently Deceased:    

Patsy Harkins

Anniversaries

If you are a tax payer you might want to consider using the donation envelopes and signing up for Gift Aid which allows the church to reclaim tax on all of your donations.  If you Gift Aid your collection, we can claim back from the government 25p for every £1 you donate.  Any persons who want to sign up should speak to Father Francis to complete the appropriate form which is basically just your name address and NI number.

Anyone who wishes to pay their contributions directly into the church bank can do so using Sort Code 80-13-95 Account Number 00274160

INCOME –Collections £742.00, Gift Aid £180.00, Votives £4.00 (Note:- the collection money is being counted one week later due to corona virus)

Mass attendance has been consistent but it is possible that we may have more parishioners returning in the coming weeks therefore it is important to ensure that the church is filled from the front using all available spaces.  We have not had to turn anyone away as yet.  It was expected that the Scottish Government would have reduced social distancing to one metre early in August but that has not happened yet and we would like to accommodate everyone who arrives for Sunday mass.  PLEASE CONTINUE TO FOLLOW STEWARD’S DIRECTIONS.

You can come to mass during the week if you cannot make it on a Sunday and you would be very welcome.

The parish minibus is still not able to be used due to social distancing guidelines but hopefully this will be available in the not too distant future.

The obligation to attend Sunday mass is still suspended and some people may feel unsafe to come to church but we are happy to see parishioners whenever they feel able to return.

We had a request from a former parishioner for a photograph of Father Martin Doherty as she named her son after him.  If anyone has a suitable photograph could you let us know or share it on our facebook page.

We had our first funeral since churches re-opened last week (Patsy Harking) but unfortunately the number of mourners were limited to twenty which had to exclude some friends and family of the deceased and our own parishioners.  We are sorry for those who turned up for the service but were not able to be admitted.

Schools return on Tuesday 11th August

New Dawn in Scotland 11th Annual Conference 2020 – Virtual Event is taking place on Friday 28th to Sunday 30th August 2020.  Full details are on the notice board at the back of the church.

The new August edition of Flourish is now online.  In this month’s copy – which is free to download and read – you can catch up on the re-opening of parishes round the Archdiocese for public Masses. Read about the final chapter in the story of St Peter’s Seminary, Cardross, find out why the Archbishop is encouraging us to write to our MSPs to protect freedom of speech, and read the amazing wartime memories of the late Mgr Gaetano Rossi which explain the background to the much-loved Italian Cloister Garden adjacent to St Andrew’s Cathedral.  All this and the new John L Allen column from Rome, Art of the Month and the latest news from parishes across the city and beyond.  Click here to read https://www.flourishnewspaper.co.uk/downloads/Flourish-August-2020.pdf 

JOB VACANCIES: 

ST JOSEPH’S CARE HOME, ROBROYSTON

Run by Little Sisters of the Poor

QUALIFIED NURSING STAFF

CARE STAFF

Various shift patterns available.

If you would like to apply for above posts and join our dedicated staff please contact:

Jacquie Moeller, HR Manager on:

T: 0141 558 5114 ext. 400

E: Jacquie.moeller@lspscotland.com

Privacy Notice– This parish has a lawful basis to process your information.  Contacting people who might have been exposed to coronavirus is an important step in stopping the spread.  Your information will be destroyed 21 days after the attendance at Mass.  Your data will only be used for attendance at Mass and if requested by NHS Scotland for contact tracing purposes.  You have the right to have your data erased or corrected. The full Archdiocese of Glasgow privacy notice is available at: http://www.rcag.org.uk/index.php/the-archdiocese/diocesan-curia/privacy-notice.

9 August – Catholic Social thought quotations

If the consciousness of universal brotherhood truly penetrates into the hearts of men, will they still need to arm themselves to the point of becoming blind and fanatic killers of their brethren who in themselves are innocent, and of perpetrating, as a contribution to Peace, butchery of untold magnitude, as at Hiroshima on 6 August 1945?

Blessed Pope Paul VI, Message for World Day of Peace, 1967 

The remembrances of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki on 6th and 9th August 1945 respectively take place each year. These remain the first, and thus far only uses of nuclear weapons in war.


St Jude &
St John Ogilvie
St Maria Goretti
Sunday10.00am Mass11.30am Mass 
MondayNo Mass10.00am Mass
Tuesday9.30am MassNo Mass
WednesdayNo Mass10.00am Mass
Thursday9.30am MassNo Mass
FridayNo Mass10am Mass
Saturday9.30am Mass6pm Vigil Mass
Sunday10am Mass Solemnity
of the Assumption
11.30am Mass

Saint Jude’s and Saint John Ogilvie’s Parish is a parish of the Archdiocese of Glasgow, a Designated Religious Charity: No. SC 018140