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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

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12th February 2021

  1. Wednesday is Ash Wednesday. Season of Lent starts.
  2. Friday 19th February. Day of prayer for those who have suffered abuse.
  3. Stations of the Cross starts on Friday but in private at home.

ASH WEDNESDAY

The order of service for use at home can be found here:

https://www.bcos.org.uk/Portals/0/Documents/Ash%20Wednesday%20Liturgy%20for%20Celebration%20at%20Home.pdf?fbclid=IwAR2i8U3BcR1XBjI8iSpR9qIeGHsTP5Gj5ifOC3c5C6h1QVoSVMP2GI4SIBY

03 January 2021

GIFT AID
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.

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

It is also possible to donate to the parish via a link on the Archdiocese of Glasgow Webpage. Go to www.rcag.org.uk and click on the Donate section – Donate now – There you will find various causes you can donate to including second collections and at the bottom is a place to search for the Parish.

Simply type St Jude and the church will be displayed. Then click the Green Donate button to donate the amount you wish to give.

4 December 2020
Sacramental Preparation Programme

The parish invites any parent who would like their child to be enrolled in  our Sacramental Preparation Programme in order to prepare for  the Sacraments of Reconciliation (P3),  First Communion (P4) or Confirmation (P7) in 2021
Contact the parish with your name, your child’s name and DoB.

Please send your reply to:-
stjudeandstjohnogilvie@rcga.org.uk
or patricia.cassidy@yahoo.co.uk

by   Tuesday December 22nd


4th December 2020
From: Patricia Cassidy
Facebook and Bulletin Inserts

The Invitation to join the Sacramental Preparation Programme is attached. (Note: published above.)

The J&P group are now meeting via Zoom!

As we were not able to host Mary’s Meals Rags to Riches campaign this year the Justice and Peace group has donated the sum of £320 to Mary’s Meals on behalf of the parish. This sum will be doubled by the government as will all donations up till the end of January. We have received a Thank You letter to the parish. This will be posted on the Justice and Peace notice board at the back of the church.

As we were unable to collect warm garments for the homeless this year the J&P group have, instead, donated £100 each to two local foodbanks – St Maria Goretti’s parish foodbank and St Joseph and St Joachim’s parish foodbank – on behalf of the parish.

From: Fiona Kirsop <fiona.kirsop@marysmeals.org>To: patriciacassidy
Sent: Wednesday, 25 November 2020, 16:10:34 GMT
Subject: A heartfelt thank you for your precious donation


25th November 2020

St. Jude & St. John Ogilvie Parishioner and the Justice and Peace team

Dear Parishioners
A heartfelt thank you for your precious donation of £320.00.
Your generous support will help to transform the lives of more than 43,000 children living in Bong County, Liberia.
As part of our Double The Love appeal, your kindness will have twice the impact. Until 31 January 2021, public donations made to our appeal will be matched by the UK government, up to £2 million.
Mary’s Meals serves nutritious meals to children at school, giving them the energy to learn and the opportunity to gain an education that can one day be their ladder out of poverty.
Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, we are determined that our work won’t stop. We are continuing to safely distribute meals to children at school where possible, or at home for those who are not yet able to return to the classroom.
Your gift will be used to help change more young lives, like eight-year-old Massa from Liberia. The promise of a daily meal at Vorkor Public School gives her a chance to enjoy her childhood and hope for a better future.  
She said: “The food I eat at school makes me feel good and happy and helps me to concentrate in class. It also helps my mother as she finds it hard to find food for us all to eat.”
Together, we are bringing the hope of a brighter future to so many children. I thank you, with all my heart, on behalf of the children who eat Mary’s Meals.

Yours sincerely,
Daniel Adams
Executive Director, Mary’s Meals UK

Fiona Kirsop
Supporter Care Assistant
Mary’s Meals UK

Craig Lodge, Dalmally, PA33 1AR, Scotland
t: +44 (0)1838 200605
e: fiona.kirsop@marysmeals.org