A Roman Catholic Parish in the Archdiocese of St Andrews and Edinburgh
Parish Bulletin
25 June 2017
Today is the Twelfth Sunday of Year, Cycle A
"Intimidation and worth"
(Prayers & Readings page 93)

Saints Peter and Paul: Thursday next is the Feast of Saints Peter and Paul - a holyday of Obligation. Masses in St. John Ogilvie’s at 9.00 am and 7.30 pm.

The Annual Peter’s Pence collection will be taken at all Masses next weekend.

Youth Survey: Please inform your young people that, ahead of next October 2018’s Synod on Youth, Pope Francis has asked the young people of each country to tell him about their hopes and fears for the future, including the future of the Catholic Church. To this end, Catholic Youth Service Scotland has created an online survey to be distributed to schools and parishes across the country. It takes 10-15 minutes to complete. It’s open to anybody aged 11 - 35. There is also a chance to win £100 of Amazon vouchers. The deadline for completion is 30 June 2017. The online link is: http://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/CYSSYS/.

Fr John Main "Mantra Meditation":

Realise your Union with Jesus and Enter the Stream of Divine Love.
Half-Day Retreat 10.30 am - 1.00 pm - £12.50
Friday 8th September, Includes all beverages and a sandwich luncheon
3rd in the Fr John Main Mantra Meditation series.
Must be booked in advance - Schoenstatt Scotland Tel: 01360 312 718
http://www.schoenstatt.co.uk/

British Medical Association: The British Medical Association (BMA) is holding its Annual Representative Meeting (ARM) on the 25-29 June and, once again, certain factions within the BMA are trying to force the organisation to support the total decriminalisation of abortion. This will mean that the abortion limit is increased to at least 7 months and, if the proponents of decriminalisation get their way, will mean that abortion is made legal throughout all nine months of pregnancy for any reason whatsoever. This will also make sex-selective abortion legal i.e. it would be perfectly lawful to kill unborn girls for the crime of being girls.

http://www.citizengo.org/en-gb/lf/71407-bma-must-not-support-abortion-birth.

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Anniversaries: Mary McNulty, Charlie Brady, James Pryde, Eric Rafferty, May Schourder, Gregor McGregor, Fr. John Dore, OMI, Dom Dean, Betty Fitzsimmons, Bernard Maxwell, Brian Callaghan, Anne Glen, Sean McFadden, Helen McGregor, Jean Sneddon, Andrew Hynd, Eleanor Hynd, Eleanor Cochrane, Sr Margaret O’Dwyer and Dolly McIntosh.

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