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Gregory’s Blog

An urgent task – The Pope reminds us that in silence our prayer becomes contemplation and deep communion with God. But, wondrously, out of this silent contemplation there comes a new energy for mission and evangelisation. (Communications Sunday 20th May)

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First Holy Communion Preparations

PENANCE SERVICE Thursday, May 31 at 7pm for the children and their families who are  preparing for First Holy Communion. FIRST HOLY COMMUNION REHEARSAL Saturday, June 2 at 10.30am FIRST HOLY COMMUNION MEETINGS Tuesday, May 8, 6.30pm (parents and grandparents only), and Tuesday, May 22, 6.30pm (children, parents and grandparents). SUNDAY MORNING CATECHESIS For the […]

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Parish Day Retreat Photos

See the photos page  www.stgregorybarbarigo.co.uk/photos Thanks to the Life In The Eucharist Team for leading the retreat  

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May Devotions Sundays 4.30pm

Rosary and Benediction every Sunday at 4.30pm during the Marian month of May.

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Wyndford Fun Day

Will take place on Saturday 26th May in the Maryhill Hub, 186 Wyndford Road, 12:00 noon – 4:00pm.

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Join us on Facebook and Twitter

Keep up to date with our news and events. Follow us at  www.facebook.com/stgregorybarbarigo or www.twitter.com/stgregoryglw

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Ascension Holy Day of Obligation Thu 17 May

SOLEMNITY OF THE ASCENSION OF THE LORD Masses are 9.30am and 7pm.

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Parish Day Retreat Sat 5 May from 9.30am

Led by Life In The Eucharist Team. All welcome please bring a packed lunch and enjoy a prayerful and uplifting day together. Come even if you are free to attend for just part of the day. 9.30am Mass – 4.00pm . This is an opportunity to deepen our understanding of Eucharist and recognise the implications […]

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Latest Parish Pastoral Council Minutes available

The latest approved  Parish Pastoral Council (PPC)  Minutes are available on the parish website groups page  @ PPC section www.stgregorybarbarigo.co.uk/groups

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Scotland for Marriage Petition

Please sign the petition on line at Scotland for Marriage which is in favour of retaining the current legal definition which has served Scotland well for centuries. It opposes any redefining of marriage in Scotland and calls for a referendum on this issue.

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