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Deacon Martin Doherty

Website:  www.saintmirins.co.uk

St Mirin’s Cathedral

Cathedral House

Cathedral Precincts

Incle St, Paisley

PA1 1HR

Tel: 0141 889 2404

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Deacon Jack Gallagher

Rev Fr  Oliver Freney

Email:  stmirinscathedral@rcdop.org.uk

St Mirin’s Bulletin  -  23 July 2017

Rev Fr  Louis Mendy CSSp


16th Sunday of the Year


Community Prayer Times
Sunday Masses: Vigil Mass 5.30pm, 8,10am and 12 noon.

Weekday Prayer: Morning Prayer of the Church at 9.45am. Mass at 10am and 1pm.

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday after 10am Mass.

Saturday 10am Mass only.
Confessions after the 10am Mass until 11am on Saturday and from 5.00pm – 5.30pm on Saturday.


Scottish Catholic International aid fund: Make your gift matter. SCIAF’s real gifts make great presents for friends and family while helping people in poverty to build brighter futures. Visit www.sciaf.org.uk/realgifts or call 0141 354 5555 for more information.

There will be a Rosary Procession on Sunday 13th August. Meeting at St Mirins Cathedral Hall at 3pm. Procession starts at 3.30pm led by Father Stephen Bailey. The procession will finish with Benediction in the Cathedral followed by tea and coffee in the hall afterwards.

Secondary Teachers and RE Qualifications Opportunity.
This is a new University of Glasgow course, pastorally supported by the diocese, and open to any RC secondary teacher. It can be taken while you are still in work and will confer the additional teaching qualification of RE specialist. If you are interested please email bishop John asap a
t bishopjohn@rcdop.org.uk for info and advice.

In light of the severe shortage of RE specialists Bishop John has been working with SCES and the University of Glasgow to re-establish this course, which already has eleven signed up, but needs fifteen for viability to go ahead in the coming academic year. Diocesan teachers please do give this consideration so
that we can ensure the effective, ongoing religious education of our young people at our schools.


Sign Petition to Oppose recent proposals for Abortions Up Till Birth.
The BMA, (UK Doctors' Association) this week voted for the legalisation of abortion up to birth!!! It means abortions could be carried out legally anywhere, for any reason, at any stage of pregnancy. Sex-selective abortions, mail-order abortions and the distribution of abortion pills on school premises would all become perfectly legal. The conscience clause would also fall, so health professionals might be forced to carry out abortions or lose their licenses to practice.

If you are against this please take a minute to sign this online petition, http://citizengo.org/en-gb/lf/714G7- bma-must-not-support-abortion-birth


National Pilgrimage to Carfin in Honour of Our Lady of Fatima. 3 September 2017
This year’s national pilgrimage is very special in that the Scottish Bishops will consecrate Scotland to the Immaculate Heart of Mary on that day to mark the Centenary of the Apparitions of Our Lady to Sts. Jacinta and Francisco and to Sr.Lucia in the presence of the Fatima Pilgrimage Statue.


John Ogilvie Statue Campaign: The official Launch of the Campaign to erect a statue at Glasgow Cross as a permanent memorial to St John Ogivie takes place on Sunday 23rd July in the St Andrews Cathedral Cloister Garden Street 3.00pm. Public Rosary and excerpt from the St John Ogilvie play. All welcome.

Prayer Requests:

For the sick of our community: Theresa MacCormack, Mary Doherty, Sr. Mary.

For those who have died recently: Philip Barron (Smooth mind) Tommy Dahlstorm, Joe Irvine, John Reilly, Jan Merrick, Bobby Caulfield, Michael Doherty, Noel Rogers.

For the Anniversaries of: Ada Nutini, Jean & Thomas Bellew, Andrew Ciunie, Agnes Stobo, Mary McPhee, Bill Taggart, Pat Higgins, Frances Porter, Elizabeth Catherine Morrow, John F. McKenzie, Scott English, James McNulty, Myles Burgess, Mary J Moore.








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