Monday 19th October 2020
29th Week of the Year - A
Daily live stream programme:
Fr Maximilian Nwosu, CCE
Fr James Anyaegbu, CCE
Peace be with you. Greetings from St Mary's Presbytery Beauly. Hope you are doing well and safe in your home. We keep praying for everyone and looking after each other.
Enclosed is the Bulletin/Newsletter for the 29th Sunday/Week in Ordinary Time, Year A.
Remember to come to the Church with your nose/mouth masks and use the sanitizing hand gel at the entrance of the Church as you enter and leave the Church.
There will be exposition of the Blessed Sacrament on Tuesday in St Mary's Beauly from 12noon - 1:00pm.
You can make use of the links (in the Notices section) to register for mass attendance if you have not done so already.
St Peter and St Benedict, Fort Augustus: Mass at 10:00am (live streamed)
There will also be exposition of the Blessed Sacrament at Our Lady and St Bean Marydale, Cannich on Wednesdays - at 12:00 - 1:00pm.
God bless your tremendous generosity and unparalleled commitment to our wonderful parishes thus far. Some of us have been so wonderful towards our parishes. It costs you nothing extra to Gift Aid, but helps our parishes even more. If you would like to support the maintenance of our parishes especially, during this time of lockdown, here are some different ways that the parishes can be assisted:
A re-evaluation of your level of giving. If every parishioner at Mass gave an extra £5 (two coffees at Costa or Starbucks..), it would make an enormous difference to the future of the parish!!
A Bequest, or gift left in a will, is an increasingly popular way of remembering your parish. All benefactors are remembered at our Masses.
Please contact these persons as you make a consideration to help:
St Mary's Beauly: James Campbell
Our Lady & St Bean, Marydale, Cannich: Peter Macdonald
St Mary's Eskadale: Jessie Matheson
St Martin's Ullapool & St Maelrubha's Poolewe & Lochinver: Peter Jarosz, Irene MacDonald or Rosemary Baines
St Peter & St Benedict Fort Augustus:
Didi Findlay, Carmelita Aiston
During this period, we can make most of the benefactions and donations to the parish running/first account.
Thank you for your continuing generosity and support to our parishes, they are immensely appreciated. Thank you for your consideration as we do well to keep up the work of God.
Baptised and Sent : World Mission Day
Evangelii Gaudium >>>
Laudato Si' >>>
Laudato Si' - video >>>
Amoris Laetitia - The Joy of Love >>>
Gaudete et Exsultate - >>>
Fratelli tutti - on fratenity and social friendship >>>
Pope Francis' Prayer Intention for October:
The Laity’s Mission in the Church
We pray that by the virtue of baptism, the laity, especially women, may participate more in areas of responsibility in the Church.
The video above gives you a flavour of the journey Father Max or Father James take each week to celebrate Holy Mass with the Catholic communities on the West Coast of Scotland. This was filmed on one of their journeys from Beauly to Ullapool, a distance of 47 miles. (filmed 4 years ago)
R.C Diocese of Aberdeen, Scotland. A Registered Scottish Charity. No. SC005122