Wednesday 8th July 2020
14th Week of the Year - A
Daily live stream programme:
Fr Maximilian Nwosu, CCE
Fr James Anyaegbu, CCE
From Father Maximilian Nwosu
Peace be with you and greetings from St Mary's Presbytery, Beauly. Hope we are all doing fine and safe.
Here you can read the Bulletin/Newsletter for the 14th Sunday/Week in Ordinary Time, Year A and the Volunteer Application form for our parishes. It is a challenging time and gradually we shall return to 'normal life'. For the meantime, let us do what we can to look after one another and support one another. We are still calling and appealing for volunteers who will help in keeping our churches tidy and clean.
As we are already aware that the Scottish Government announced that the Phase 3 of the easing of the lock-down for the places of worship will be on the 23 July, 2020 (Thursday). We hope to have the first public mass on the 26 July, 2020 (Sunday).
Dear Friends, the opening of our churches for the celebration of mass is dependent on having volunteers. We plead with you to consider downloading and filling this form (green link below) then emailing it to email@example.com
The Church will be open for private prayers.
There will be an exposition of the Blessed Sacrament at the following Churches:
St Mary's Beauly on Tuesday - at 12:00 - 1:00pm
Our Lady and St Bean Marydale, Cannich on Wednesday - at 12:00 - 1:00pm.
You can subscribe to the link for the Live-stream Mass:
Please fill in the Survey Form to help us plan for the first public Mass since lockdown restrictions were eased.
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 regular Standing Order:
Please contact these persons as you make a consideration to help:
St Mary's Beauly
Our Lady & St Bean, Marydale, Cannich: Peter Macdonald
St Mary's Eskadale: Jessie Matheson
St Martin's Ullapool & St Maelrubha's Poolewe & Lochinver;
St Peter & St Benedict Fort Augustus:
Donations in an envelope, put through the box in the church.
During this period, we can make most of the benefactions and donations to the parish running/first account.
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.
Thank you for your consideration and 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.
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