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Parish of St Martin of Tours


331 Main Street, Renton.

G82 4PZ

Sixth Sunday of the Year (C)

16th February 2020

Parish Priest: Fr Anthony Ejikeme
Sunday 16th February
Mass: 10.00am & 5.00pm
Monday 17th February  
Mass: 9.30am
Tuesday 18th February  
Rosary: 9.15am
Mass: 9.30am
Wednesday 19th February    
Mass: 9.30am
Thursday 20th February    
Mass: 9.30am
Friday 21st February  
Rosary: 9.15am
Mass: 9.30am
Saturday 22nd February  
Mass at 9.30am
Chair of St Peter the Apostle—Feast
(Vigil Mass of 7th Sunday:  5.00pm)
Parish Finance
Last weekend’s income was: Offertory Collection£375.00; 2nd Collection£182.00 (Building Fund). Many thanks to all parishioners for your continuous financial help to the parish and to the Archdiocese. Most appreciated.
The SSVP Conference invites all parishioners to a cinema outing to see “Doolittle” at the empire cinema in Clydebank followed by lunch at Mahoney’s in Clydebank on Wednesday 19th February at 11.30am. Please add your name to the list and tick if you require transport and your meal selection.  
Archdiocese of Glasgow Vocations Discernment Evenings:  Catechesis – Adoration – Fellowship
These will take place on 31st January, 28th February, 27th March, 24th April and 29th May. For further information contact Fr. Ross Campbell,  or telephone 0141 339 4315
SPUC Quiz Night
SPUC Dumbarton Branch will be holding their annual Quiz night on Friday 21st February in St. Patrick’s Church Hall starting at 8pm prompt. Doors open 7.30 pm, tickets priced £3 are available from Ian on 01389 731509 or 07914 515376.
Newman Association
 “Reconsidering Catholic Experiences in Britain’s expanding Atlantic Empire, 1600- 1750”. A talk  by Professor Scott Spurlock, Professor of Scottish and Early Modern Christianities, University of Glasgow, in  The Ogilvie Centre, St Aloysius’ Church, Rose Street, Glasgow, G3 6RE at 7.30pm on Thursday 27th February  2020. All welcome. Non-members: donation £3 - includes refreshments.
Beginning Experience
The Beginning Experience are holding a weekend for those who find themselves suffering bereavement through divorce, separation or widowhood. The weekend will take place from 13th –15th March 2020. For details contact: Catherine on 0131 665 3383 or e-mail: Completed Applications must be returned by 29th February.
40 Days for Life Lenten Prayer and Fasting Vigil
On Saturday 22nd of February the 40 Days for Life Lenten Prayer and Fasting Vigil for an end to abortion will commence with the celebration of Holy Mass at 1pm in St Andrew’s Cathedral. It will be the Feast of the Chair of St Peter. Archbishop Tartaglia will be celebrant. The 40 Days for Life Vigil will them take place as before from Ash Wednesday 26th February  from 8am until 8pm each day outside the Hargate Road entrance to the QEUH. The Vigil will close at 8pm on Palm Sunday 5th April at the QEUH. Please consider what you are going to do fro Lent, come and pray for a culture of life here in Scotland and around the world. If you would like more information then please contact
Medjugorje Irish Centre Pilgrimages April—Oct 2020
7 Night Stay and Airport Shuttle service from Dubrovnik of Split for £266 per person sharing. Book any flight—any time and we provide guaranteed airport shuttle service. Call us for further info and book the dates that suit you. Tel: 020 3239 8662 or email: 
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.
St Margaret’s Adoption Society
Have you ever considered adoption? If you would like to find out more about the adoption process, please contact us on 0141 332 8371. E-mail: Website:
Thought for the day
It is clear already in the Old Testament that it is not our misdeeds which accuse us before God, but our hearts, fractured and divided as they are. Consistent with Israelite teaching, Jesus insists that we go deeper than our external deeds. The important question is what is going on in our hearts, the source of inner thoughts and motivations? The teaching is presented using various examples, presented sometimes with great simplicity, other times with irony and wit.
Please pray for:
… the sick and Housebound of our parish
Recently Dead
Sheena Mooney
Mary and Denis Harkins   Danny Cummings   Nellie Mooney


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