The Lenten issue of Day by Day is available at the top of the church steps at £1.00.
Church Flooding – sadly the church has been affected by flooding again. This time however, water has poured through the ceiling in the Sacred Heart section of the church which may mean that some of the tongued and grooved ceiling will have to be removed for repair.
Water has also penetrated the kitchen, passage and Ninian room downstairs. Rainbow International are assessing the claim and will remove any damaged items from the church and hall once it has dried out.
If anyone has any private property either in the church or downstairs in the hall or Ninian room would they please contact Fr. John as soon as possible.
Fr. John will vet anything that has to be removed due to water damage.
Preparation for Lent
A reminder that the Stations of the Cross are now erected round the upper lawn at the rear of the Church. These will have to be private devotions so do please take the opportunity to spend some time in private prayer.
Fr. John would ask you to bring your own copies of the Stations, or preferably, relate each Station to periods in your own life.
Fr. John is eagerly awaiting to hear what arrangements can be made for the Easter Liturgy and looking forward to re-commencing Masses.
‘Voices of the Passion’: St Columba’s Culloden
A series of reflections for Lent via Zoom commencing on Wednesdays at 7pm:
3 March – Jesus and Barabbas
10 March – Simon of Cyrene and Veronica
17 March – The Women of Jerusalem and Mary Magdalen
24 March – John and Mary
Everyone welcome! For the Zoom link, simply contact Fr. Domenico at email@example.com
Bishop Hugh will be preaching a series of five Sunday homilies on the Kerygma starting on Sunday 14 February. Available live online or to watch later via the St. Mary’s Cathedral website and Facebook page.