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LITURGY OF THE WORD
 
1st Reading: Prophet Isaiah 50:4-7
 
Response:            My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?
 
2nd Reading: St. Paul to Philippians 2:6-11
 
Acclamation: 
                    Praise to you, O Christ, king of eternal glory!
     Christ was humbler yet, even to accepting death, death on a cross.
But God raised him high and gave him the name which is above all names. 
                      Praise to you, O Christ, king of eternal glory!
 
 
Holy Week in St. Roch’s
 
Monday                              10am. Mass                                            
Tuesday                             10am. Mass
                                         7pm. Know your faith.
Wednesday                         10am. Mass
                                         7pm. Stations of the Cross
Thursday                            10am. Morning Prayer
                                         7pm. Mass of the Lord’s Supper                                                       
                                         10pm. Night Prayer of the Church
Friday                                10am. Morning Prayer
                                         Procession from St. Roch’s                                    
                                         (Leaving at 12.30pm) to Garngad Square. Service at shops: 12.45pm
                                         3pm.  Celebration of the Passion (Collection for Holy Places)
                                         7pm. Way of the Cross.
                                         (Good Friday is a day of Fast and Abstinence)
Saturday                            10am. Morning Prayer
                                         9 pm. Easter Vigil (Lighting of Fire 8.45pm)
 
Easter Sunday                  10 am. Mass, Just one Mass & Baptisms                                   
 
Recently Dead: Mgr. Hugh McInally, Mgr. Jack Sheridan, Fr. Peter McKelvie, Thea Cormack, Frank O’Neil (Dublin),
 
Birthday Remembrance: Thomas McCabe, John Prentice,
 
Forty Hours Adoration: St. Aloysius’ Springburn, Holy Name Hillpark
 
Tea and coffee and hot food on Sunday after the 9 am Mass.
 
Fruit & Veg Barra!  1.30 - 3pm in church hall.
 
Pro-Life Mass 7.30pm Wed 17th in Bl. John Dum Scotus, 270 Ballater St. G5 0YT
 
RCAG Youth Event: Lenten Holy Hour with Archbishop Tartaglia – 16-35. Monday 15th April 7-8.15pm in St. Andrew’s Cathedral, Clyde St. www.rcagyouth.co.uk
 
Newman Association: - ‘The Church in the Public Square’ A talk by Lord John McFall, in the Ogilvie Centre, Rose St. G3 6RE 7.30pm Thursday 25th April. Non members £3.
 
Catholic Nurses Guild of Scotland: - International Nurses Day Mass – Wed 15th May 7pm. In the Glass Chapel, Carfin. Email: janecharkin@yahoo.co.uk or 0131 6653639
 
Josephine’s Memorial Charity Night: - Saturday 27th April. 7-11.15pm. All proceeds go to Cancer charities. BYOB. Tickets £5 available from Neil McLaughlin, Mandy Paton or pay at the door. Donations welcome.
 
Rachel’s Vineyard Retreat: A retreat for the spiritual and emotional healing after abortion will be held north of Glasgow on Tues 14th – Thurs 16th May. This confidential supportive retreat is powerful for anyone who has been affected by their own or someone else’s abortion experience. For more info contact Sr. Andrea on 078160942824 or email Marlene www.rachelsvineyard.org.uk
 
AGAP’S Art Class have spaces available for anyone who is interested. Meets every Tuesday from 1-3pm in the Larkfield Centre, 39 Inglefield St. Govanhill. G42 7AY
 
 
Collection for the Holy Land: generous effort needed from all Christians
The Good Friday collection for the Holy Land originates from the desire of Popes to maintain strong links between all Christians around the world and the Holy Places. It traditionally takes place on Good Friday and the main purpose is to support life in these places. This Collection help us to carry out the mission of conserving the holy places, the stones of memory, and of encouraging the Christian presence in the Holy Land, solidarity, maintenance of pastoral, educational, aid, healthcare and social structures.
The territories that benefit from the Collection are: Jerusalem, Palestine, Israel, Jordan, Cyprus, Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Turkey, Iran and Iraq. The Custody of the Holy Land receives most of the Collection; the part remaining with the Congregation for the Oriental Churches serves for the formation of candidates to the priesthood, the support of the clergy, school activity, cultural formation and subsidies to the various ecclesiastical circumscriptions throughout the Middle East. Please be as generous as you can! (Prefect of the Congregation for the Oriental Churches)
 
Sewing Group in Rosemount Flexi Centre 102 Royston Rd:- Monday 9.30am - 12.30pm. Share your skills, or learn new ones. All welcome.
 
Knitting Group:- Want to learn how to knit, or share your skills? Royston Library, 67 Royston Rd – 1.30 to 3pm.
 
St. Margaret's Pilgrimage to Dunfermline - Sunday 2nd June - from 11am onwards. Pilgrims gather at the Louise Carnegie Gates of Pittencrieff Park at 1.45pm to form procession with St. Margaret's relics. Mass will be celebrated by Archbishop Cushley at 3pm. See notice board / www.stmargaretdunfermline.co.uk
 
Peaceful Vigil:- A focused 40-day round the clock prayer vigil is held outside an abortion facility in Glasgow from March 6 to April 14, our community will take part in 40 Days for Life; a ground breaking, coordinated international mobilization. We pray that, with God's help, this will mark the beginning of the end of abortion in our city - and beyond. Hardgate Rd. (of Shieldhall Road) across the road from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Choose ONE hour a week to join others in prayer between 8am - 8pm. See notice board.
 
SCIAF'S WEE BOX 6K FAMILY RUN on Saturday 4th May in Strathclyde Country Park - 10am for 11am start. Sign up online:- www.sciaf.org.uk
 
Craiglockhart 1919 - 2019 - Join us for a trip down memory lane at our Alma Mater on Colinton Rd - Saturday 11th May. Contact: Anne 07762 575803 Silvanna 07793 545025
email: gripfast2019@gmail.com  See notice board.
 
Glasgow Lourdes Hospitalite- Glasgow Archdiocesan Lourdes Pilgrimage 12 - 19 July If you wish to join the Pilgrimage as a sick pilgrim, please contact Mrs. Agnes Findlay, 5 Crofthead Dr. Lennoxtown G66 7HP. 01360 312676. see notice board. Cost £769.
 
Glasgow Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes - 12-19 July By Air from Glasgow - 7 nights Full board. Cost from £495 (Seat only) to £849.  See notice board for more details. £10 off if you book online.
 
Fertility Care Scotland: The Billings Ovulation Method of Natural Fertility Regulation, For more info or an appointment - 0141 221 0858 also on twitter and  facebook. Email: info@fertilitycare.org.uk / wwwfertilitycare.org.uk
 
Meetings:  Legion of Mary: Tues 7.30pm.  A.A: Tue 8pm.  
N.A.:  Thurs.7pm.  
 
Strathclyde Catholic Chaplaincy:- Mass Times: Mon - Fri: 12.10pm Sun: 11am. Adoration: Tues 4.45-5.30pm. See notice board for more details.
 
 
 
 
 
Fr. Thaddeus Umaru Phone: 0141 552 2945
Parish house address: 311 Roystonhill G21 2HN
Website: www.stroch.rcglasgow.org.uk
 
 
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The parish of St. Roch's is a parish of the Archdiocese of Glasgow,
A Designated Religious Charity, Number SC018140

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