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Parish of St Martin of Tours


331 Main Street, Renton.

G82 4PZ

Second Sunday of Lent (A)

8th March 2020

Parish Priest: Fr Anthony Ejikeme
Sunday 8th March  
Mass: 10.00am & 5.00pm
Monday 9th March   
 Mass: 9.30am
Tuesday 10th March  
Rosary: 9.15am
Mass: 9.30am
St John Ogilvie—Feast
 Wednesday 11th March     
Mass: 9.30am
St Constantine—optional Mem.
Thursday 12th March    
Mass: 9.30am
Friday 13th March  
Rosary: 9.15am
Mass: 9.30am
Stations of the Cross: 7.00pm
Saturday 14th March   
Mass at 9.30am
 (Vigil Mass of 3rd Sunday of Lent:  5.00pm)
Parish Finance
Last weekend’s income was: Offertory Collection£383.00; 2nd Collection£210.00 (Sick & Retired Priests). Many thanks to all parishioners for your continuous financial help to the parish and to the Archdiocese. Most appreciated.
The Flourish (March Edition)
The March edition of The Flourish, the Archdiocesan newspaper is available. Please collect your copy from the back of the church.
Stations of the Cross
---Tuesdays and Fridays at 7.00pm.
Sacramental Preparation Sessions
P3 Reconciliation sessions for children only: 21st and 28th March at 10.30-12.00 in the sacristy of the church with the Sacrament of Reconciliation being conferred on 31st March at 6pm.
Lenten Alms
During the weekends of Lent our second collection after each Mass which forms part of our ‘Lenten Alms’, and also taken up throughout the Archdiocese, helps support our sick and retired clergy throughout the diocese. I thank all parishioners sincerely for your concern and goodness to my brother priests.
Sacrament of Confirmation: Enrolment Mass
Enrolment Mass for the P7 schoolchildren preparing for the Sacrament of Confirmation comes up this weekend Sunday 8th March 2020. Time: 10.00am. Please keep these our children in your prayers, that this Sacrament may truly make them soldiers of Christ ready to defend their faith in season and out of season.
Our parish community once again extend our sympathy and the support of our prayers to the family members and friends of Karen Murphy (Back Street) whose funeral and committal took place last Monday. May she rest in peace.
Tommy Mulholland—RIP
We continue to pray for the repose of the soul of Tommy Mulholland, the father of our immediate past parish priest, Fr John Mulholland. Body reception on Monday 9th March at 6.00pm in St Conval’s Parish Pollock, followed by Requiem Mass at 11.30am on Tuesday 10th March. Please keep Fr John and his family in your prayers. May the soul of Tommy Mulholland and the souls of all the faithful departed through the mercy of God rest in peace. Amen.
Lenten ‘SCIAF’ boxes
Available in porch—please return boxes for SCIAF Sunday (4th Sunday of Lent—Sunday 22nd March).
Coronavirus: Update from the Archdiocese
See Archbishop’s Letter in the porch.
Mass of St Patrick
The annual Mass of St. Patrick will take place in Saint Andrew's Cathedral on Saturday 14th March at 11.00 am. Archbishop Tartaglia will be the celebrant. Due to the large numbers expected, please come early if you require a seat.
Jesus Heals 
Wednesday 18th March 6pm – 9pm St Paul’s Shettleston. The Shalom Catholic Media Ministry are celebrating another Healing Retreat in St Paul’s Shettleston on Wednesday 18th March. This includes Mass, Eucharistic Adoration, Preaching and Divine Music and will be led by Father George Antony (CPS) who has conducted retreats in Canada, USA, Australia as well as the UK and Ireland.
Day of Confession in Saint Andrew’s Cathedral
This year’s Day of Confession during Lent will take place in Saint Andrew’s Cathedral on Thursday 2nd April. Priests will be available from 7.45am until 5.45pm. 
Pilgrimage to Knock Shrine
 ---14th June 2020. £699.00 per person sharing. Price includes flight from Edinburgh with 10kg hand luggage, all transfers, 5 nights’ in Knock House Hotel with breakfast and dinner. All excursions included. Lunches on days out. Single supplement £100.00. Contact Patricia on 01268 762 278 or 07740 175557 or email Knock Pilgrimages ATOL T7613.
Thought for the day
Every so often, we catch a glimpse of the “something more” that God has in store for us. These fleeting experiences are to be treasured: the birth of my first child, falling in love, a sense of “being held” by God’s presence. Such experiences may help us approach the Transfiguration. Like all transcendent experiences, it is fleeting and yet it etches a memory and leaves a longing. What should we do? Practice listening to him. Be not afraid. We cannot always be “on the mountain” and yet what happens on the heights can help us on the lowlands of the everyday
Please pray for:
… the sick and Housebound of our parish
John Sutherland   Cathie Sutherland   Thomas Sutherland



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