Please keep in you prayers late Paulo Crolla. His funeral will take place on Sunday at 1pm. May he rest in peace and raise in Glory.
We are looking for people who would like to:
-Phone the parish landline and lead online rosary before Every Sunday Mass.
-Record music or solo singing of church’s hymns that can be used for Sunday streaming service.
-Any ideas to use parish YouTube channel for creative worship and devotions during lockdown?
Please contact Fr Marcin
Please pray for JANE BRYCE (RIP) and her family. Funeral will take place on Wednesday 20th January at 12pm. May she rest in peace.
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The Scottish Government wrote last night to apologise that its previous guidelines were confused regarding places of worship. It has now clarified that churches are to close with immediate effect, and not on Friday as originally announced by the First Minister.
So the churches will be closed now. We can expect this to last in Scotland until the end of the month, although in the light of the PM’s comments today about England, we may need to ready ourselves for a longer period in Scotland too.
UpdatesMon 04 Jan PMThe First Minister has announced new lockdown measures that will result in the closure of churches from Friday.
UpdatesMon 04 Jan PM
The First Minister has announced new lockdown measures that will result in the closure of churches from Friday.
At Holyrood today she said: "It is with real regret that we consider it necessary for places of worship to close during this period for all purposes except broadcasting a service, or conducting a funeral, wedding or civil partnership. I am well aware of how important communal worship is to people. But we believe that this restriction is necessary to reduce the risk of transmission. While up to 20 people will still be able to attend funeral services, wakes will not be possible during January. And a maximum of 5 people will be able to attend wedding and civil partnership services."