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    Welcome

    St Jude and St John Ogilvie Parish Church, Glasgow
    welcome you to our website Thank you for visiting our website, which we hope 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 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:       10am

    Daily Mass:  See below

    Confessions:        9.30am to 9.45am Sunday


    1st Sunday of Lent, Yr A

    1st March 2020


    St Jude & St John Ogilvie St Maria Goretti
    Sunday 10.00am Mass Café after mass 11.30am Mass
    Monday
    No Mass

    10.00am Mass
    Tuesday 9.30am Mass
    No Mass
    Ash Wednesday No Mass 10.00am Mass
    Thursday 9.30am Mass
    No Mass
    Friday No Mass 7pm Stations of the Cross 10am Mass
    Saturday 9.30am Mass 6pm Vigil Mass
    Sunday 10am Mass Café after mass 11.30am Mass

    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:    

    Benny Woods, Thomas Taylor.

    Anniversaries

    Edward Deighan, Margaret Gunn and Kerr Family

    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

    BONUS BALL WINNERS – Congratulations to all our winners Wednesday 19 February number 10 and Saturday 22 February number 17: 

    There are now 19 numbers not used in this draw which is a very good source of income for the church

    Please consider joining many of your fellow parishioners in being part of the bonus ball draw. To join please speak to Margaret McElroy who collects at the back of the church.  

    The numbers are drawn every Saturday and Wednesday and the person with the bonus ball number wins £30.

    Numbers available – Saturday 4,14,27,38,47,53 and 54

    Wednesday 4,9,14,12,25,32,48,51,53,55 57 and 58

    INCOME –Collections £320.50, Gift Aid £151.50 Stall £29.00, Votives £70.50, Quarterly £10.00, St Anthony £30.00, Holy Souls £13.50.

    SECOND COLLECTIONS – During Lent there will be a second collection each week for Sick and Retired Priests except the 4th Sunday in Lent which will be for SCIAF.

    The next Ozanam Club will take place on Saturday 7th March from 12noon until 3pm.  Please note that the club will now be open to all in our parish community who want to come together for some social time, there is no age restriction. If you are planning to attend please let Flo Milligan know, transport can also be provided door to door if you let Flo know. 

    This is a free club with no charge being made, if donations are made these are held and used for the benefit of the people attending the club. Gifts for our prize bingo are greatly appreciated

    Lent Books – There are little Lent Books for children at the back of the church – priced £1.  They are a very good resource to help your children understand and live Lent. The Infant book would probably suit P 1-3 or 4 and the Junior book up to P7.

    Confirmation – Twenty children of our parish will be receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation in St Thomas’ Church on Thursday March 5th. Please keep them in your prayers.

    Lenten Campaign – The Justice and Peace Group invite you to join them this Lent in supporting Glasgow Women’s Aid which in turn supports women and children who are victims of abuse. Over the first two weeks of Lent we are collecting non-perishable food. There are baskets at the back of the church for any donations you wish to make.

    Celebration of our International Faith Community – We would love to plan a celebration of our internationality here in St Jude and St John Ogilvie’s. Please will you help! If we could get together parishioners from as many nations as possible we could together plan a wonderful ‘Pentecostal’ celebration. There are flyers at the back of the church. Please can you consider taking one and filling in your details so that we can contact you later.

    WORLD DAY OF PRAYER – will take place in Shettleston New Church at 2pm on 6th March 2020, all welcome.

    STATIONS OF THE CROSS – Will take place each Friday of Lent is looking for volunteers to lead the stations, this can be from church organisations or individuals.  There is a sheet at the back of the church for volunteers.

    Lenten “Wee Boxes” are available at the back of the church.  Please support this worthy cause.

    Lenten Reflection for Teachers and Support Staff:  Archbishop Tartaglia will lead a Lenten Reflection for Teachers and Support Staff on Wednesday 4th March at 6.15pm in Saint Andrew’s Cathedral. Refreshments will be available afterwards.  

    Knights of St Columba:  As we enter this period of Lent, we experience a great period of reflection. Sometimes we may find ourselves asking ‘what more can I do?’ The Knights of St Columba offer an opportunity whereby men can be more active in their faith and in their service to the Church. We are actively looking for new members to help us in our work. Please contact us on 0141 883 5700 or visit our website ksc.org.uk for more information. 

    Lenten Stations of the Cross Pilgrimage Milngavie –Balloch – Helensburgh:  For 18-35 year olds, 20-21 March 2020.  Inspired by the Polish “Extreme Way of the Cross”, the Slighe na Croise Pilgrimage (Gaelic for Way of the Cross) is a penitential pilgrimage undertaken over 12 hours from evening to morning.  The pilgrimage begins and ends with Holy Mass and is undertaken in complete silence, with stops every hour to pray a Station of the Via Crucis.  With stunning views of the West Highlands and the isolation of the night, the pilgrimage is the perfect opportunity to truly contemplate the reality of the Passion.  Join us and make this Lent one of real interior conversion.  To sign up, e-mail KSC.Council.One@gmail.com 

     
    Glasgow Catholic Charismatic Renewal: Glasgow Catholic Charismatic Renewal invites you for a weekend of renewal on Fri 6th Mar: 7:30 – 9 pm and Sat 7th Mar: 10:30 am – 4 pm. The theme is “A journey through Lent” with Fr Chris Thomas. This will take place in the Immaculate Conception church hall, 2049 Maryhill Rd G20 0AA. For more information, please phone Minin on  07448786569.

    1st March  – Catholic Social Thought Quotation

    God loves all men and women on earth and gives them the hope of a new era, an era of peace. His love, fully revealed in the Incarnate Son, is the foundation of universal peace. When welcomed in the depths of the human heart, this love reconciles people with God and with themselves, renews human relationships and stirs that desire for brotherhood capable of banishing the temptation of violence and war.  Pope Saint John Paul II, Message for World Day of Peace, 1 January 200