St Fillan and St Margaret
Newsletter 6th March 2022
Eighth Sunday of the Year Cycle First Sunday of Lent Cycle C
Companions of Jesus
Today we celebrate in a special way with our children and young families as they help lead us in the Mass at 11 am
This week our basket collection goes to the Ukrainian Humanitarian Appeal
5.30 pm Vigil St Fillan’s
9.30 am St Margaret’s
11 am St Fillan’s
Daily Masses and Services
Monday- Friday 9.30 am St Fillan’s
Facebook Live Service 7.30 pm ‘To be a Pilgrim’
Sacrament of Penance
Canon Tom will be available in the church at 5 pm on Saturdays
Please pray for
the repose of the souls of Eddie Stewart, Kathy Kay, Theresa O’Kane, Hugh and Moira McCluskey, and all the Faithful Departed.
Daily Masses as normal
Mondays Facebook Live service 7.30 pm ‘To be a Pilgrim’
The Church is a ‘community composed of people united in Christ who are directed by the Holy Spirit in their pilgrimage towards the Father’s Kingdom and who have received the message of salvation to be communicated to everyone.’ (Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the World).
Time and again, we refer to ourselves as pilgrims, a pilgrim people, fellow journeyers with our brothers and sisters throughout the world. What does it mean to be a pilgrim? In this Lenten series, Canon Tom will explore how Lent and the focus it gives us helps us to understand what it is to be a companion of Jesus on the way to the Kingdom
The theme of the first evening is ‘Craving.’
As we develop the series, Canon Tom will be guided by responses and ideas from participants. The reflections will take place on Facebook and then be available from our website. Blogs and reflections will accompany the services.
Tuesdays 7 pm Stations of the Cross in St Fillan’s
Also, during Lent
Small groups to meet to discuss the Synod. Details to follow.
Holy Week Services
St Fillan’s, Crieff
Holy Thursday 14th April Mass of the Lord’s Supper 7 pm
Good Friday Celebration of the Lord’s Passion 3 pm
Holy Saturday Easter Vigil 9 pm
Easter Sunday Masses as normal 9.30 am in St Margaret’s and 11 am in St Fillan’s