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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
(additional info applies during Tier 4 restrictions)
Confessions: Please arrange with Father Francis


St Jude & St John OgilvieSt Maria Goretti
Sunday09.00am Mass 10.00am Mass11.30am Mass 
Monday
No Mass

10.00am Mass
Tuesday9.30am Mass  
No Mass
WednesdayNo Mass10.00am Mass
Thursday9.30am Mass 6.00 pm Mass
FridayNo Mass10am Mass
Saturday9.30am Mass6pm Vigil Mass
Sunday09.00am Mass 10.00am 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:    

Anniversaries
Joanne Harvey and Thomas Scanlan

If you are a taxpayer 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

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

EPIPHANY OF THE LORD
3rd January 2021

Sunday Mass: 9:00 am and 10.00am
Daily Mass:       See Back Page of Bulletin
Confessions: Please arrange with Father Francis

INCOME –Collections –  13 December £392.00, Stall £9.00, – 20 December £249.50, SCIAF £ 6.50, Stall £43, Quarterly £30, St Anthony £23.50, Holy Souls £7,50 – Christmas £170.00. Note:- the collection money is being counted one week later due to corona virus)

SUNDAY MASS –Father Francis is keeping the 9.00am mass and 10.00am mass going whilst we are still in Teir 4 and only 20 persons are allowed at any mass plus volunteers.    

FATHER FRANCIS WANTS TO WISH ALL PARISHIONERS A HAPPY AND HOLY NEW YEAR AND PRAYS THAT SOON WE WILL BE ABLE TO CELEBRATE THE LIFE OF THE CHURCH MORE FULLY.

Today Sunday 3rd January is The Day of Prayer for Peace.  

Letter from Bishop Nolan, 

My Dear Brothers and Sisters, If slogans could change the world then the world would indeed be a better place. In the midst of the covid pandemic we heard the slogan: Build Back Better. Expressing the desire that, when we come out of this, we don’t want to go back to the way things used to be, but we want to make the world a better place. Many charitable organisations prefer the slogan: a Just and Green Recovery. A reminder that, for a better world to be achieved, all people need to be treated justly and fairly. “Green”, of course, reminds us that the environmental crisis we faced before covid still remains to be dealt with. 

In order to overcome the coronavirus we have had to make changes to our lifestyle which a year ago we would not have thought possible. Now, as we work for a better future, we have to recognise that the way we have lived our life in the past has to change, if we are to see that people are treated with justice and that the world we live in is treated with care. 

As we begin a new year and as we celebrate the day of prayer for justice and peace, we need to ask ourselves: how prepared are we to make the changes necessary to our own lifestyle? Otherwise our desire for a better world remains but a wish. Society cannot live the way it lived before and expect that the hungry will be fed, that the homeless will be housed, that refugees will be welcomed, that weapons of war will be put aside, that grievances will be settled by discussion, and that peoples and nations will live in peace. And, of Justice and Peace Scotland is a Commission of the Bishops’ Conference of Scotland; Its remit is to have a concern for social justice, human rights, peace, development and the integrity of creation. Catholic National Endowment Trust (also know as The Bishops’ Conference of Scotland) Charity No. SCO 16650 course, the world, our common home, cannot continue to be exploited and polluted without a care for tomorrow. 

Today is a day of prayer, for we need to pray. For the better world begins in each of our hearts. May God touch our hearts and deepen our love for the brother and sister we do not know and have not met, yet who needs our help. May God help us appreciate the gift of creation that he has given us. A gift to be shared by all God’s children, whether in this generation or in generations to come. 

Many people in Scotland are engaged in the work of justice and peace because they recognise that to change the world for the better is not a solo effort – we need to work together. We need to encourage others, including those who govern our country, to be concerned for the welfare of all our brothers and sisters and to be committed to look after our common home. We need to encourage by our word, but above all by our example, so that together we do build that better, just and green world. With my prayers and best wishes for peace and justice in the coming year, + +William Nolan Bishop of Galloway President of the Bishops’ Conference of Scotland Justice and Peace Commission

SPECIAL COLLECTIONS – 
Christmas Quarterly:  Ecclesiastical Students
3 January:                     Justice and Peace
31 January:                  Assisted Parishes

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.

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