Pilgrims are invited to visit sites in Dunfermline associated with St. Margaret. Procession begins at 1.45pm. For more information www.stmargaretsdunfermline.co.uk.
Way of the Cross on Good Fridayon the 19th of April. Starting outside of St Catherine’s Convent, 4 Lauriston Gardens, at 12noon and ending at the Cathedral. For more information: email@example.com.
The annual charity book sale is one in the largest in the world and is held in George Street Church in May. For information www.standrewsandstgeorgeswest.org.uk
Edinburgh Westerhailes Odeon will be showing an inspirational Christian film “Let There Be Light” on Easter Saturday and again on the Tuesday after Easter. Performance times will be on the Odeon website this Tuesday. Do try and see it! For details www.christianfilms.co.uk
Are you married? Archbishop Leo Cushley cordially invites you and your spouse to join him on 1 May 2019, the Feast of St Joseph the Worker, to celebrate the gift of marriage in the Cathedral at 7.30pm. The Archbishop will offer Mass during which he will impart his blessing upon those married couples present. A celebratory reception will follow in the Café. All who wish to celebrate the gift of marriage are very welcome, especially couples celebrating significant anniversaries this year.
Please note that the Cathedral will hold it’s 40 Hours devotion this year from 9th-11th June.
There will be a celebration of the Feast of the Divine Mercy in the Cathedral on Sunday the 28th April at 3-5.30pm. The celebration will be led by the Cathedral’s Divine Mercy Group and will include Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, confessions and Divine Mercy devotions. All are welcome!
The Catechetical Commission invites all who are interested in learning more about adult formation and resources to an information day at the Gillis Centre (100 Strathearn Road, EH9 1BB) on Saturday 27th April. Registration runs from 11am-11.30am and the day concludes with Holy Mass at 2.30pm. The hall can only hold 90 people, so please contact Joan Forster on 0131 623 8900 or firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible to book a place.
We are trying to compile a comprehensive list of all the sick and housebound in the Parish in order to ensure that they are visited on a regular basis. If you know of, or are currently visiting, any Catholic in the parish who is housebound can you please ensure that we have the name and address of that person. Also, if you know of any Catholic in the parish who is sick and housebound and who does notreceive regular visitations from the parish can you please (with their permission) let us know their contact details. The idea will be to set up regular monthly vitiations by the clergy to all those who are housebound in the parish. Thank you for your help with this.
At the Easter Vigil this year we will receive ten people into the Church: Rowena, Jolanda, Carmen, Timothy, Justin, Tom, Laura, Jonathan, Elizabeth and John. This is the end of a long journey of faith for them and I ask you to keep them all in your prayers this week as they prepare to make this important step in their lives. I encourage you also to try to attend the Easter Vigil which is a beautiful celebration
Remember that Friday is a day of fasting and abstinence which means that all Catholics are obliged to abstain from meat, and all adults between 16 and 65 are obliged to fast.
Remember that it is a Precept of the Church that all Catholics should go to confession at least once a year, at Easter or thereabouts. In order to help you to make your “Easter Duties” there will confessions this week at the Cathedral on Monday-Thursday from 12noon-2.00pm and from 4.00pm-6.00pm. And then on Good Friday, there will be confessions from 4.30pm-7.00pm.
|Readers||Nancy McDermott, Gerry McCloskey|
|Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion||Anna Fraser, Margaret Guest, Nancy |
|Bidding Prayers||Fey Family|
|Cash Counting||Karla Castro & Sergio Puente|
If you are unable to take your turn, please swap with another team member.Extraordinary Ministers: we need only the 1stand 2ndnamed, if 2 priests concelebrate the Mass.
|Readers||Fergus Christie (1st/2ndReading), Catherine Stewart(‘Narrator’), Finn Stewart (‘Other’), Louise Gardiner (‘Crowd’)|
|Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion||Nancy McDermott, Fergus Christie, Mairi-Angela Foster|
|Bidding Prayers||Nancy & Fiona McDermott|
|If you are unable to take your turn, please swap with another team member. |
Extraordinary Ministers: we need only the 1st and 2nd named, if 2 priests concelebrate
My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?
|Day||Time||Holy Day||Mass Intention|
|Sun 14th||10:30am||NA||Donald MacDonald (RIP)|
|Sun 14th||12 noon||Extraordinary Form||NA|
|Holy Thurs 18th||7PM||Extraordinary Form||NA|
|Good Friday 19th||3PM||Passion of the Lord||NA|
|Good Friday 19th||5PM||Extraordinary Form||NA|
|Holy Saturday 20th||08:00PM||Extraordinary Form||NA|
|Easter Sunday 21st||10:30AM||NA||Tom Sutherland (RIP)|
|Easter Sunday 21st||12:00 noon||Extraordinary Form||NA|
Tonight, the 7th April, the Archbishop will meet with Young Adults at Gillis Centre at 5pm. Please see the poster in the porch for more information.
Can you give one hour (Same day & time) each week in Lent to pray for Life on Chalmers St between 11am & 12 midday. If so, ring Annabelle 07777621821.
Pilgrims are invited to visit sites in Dunfermline associated with St. Margaret. Procession begins at 1.45pm and Mass, celebrated by the Archbishop, at 3pm. For more information, please visit www.stmargaretsdunfermline.co.uk.