CHRIST THE KING CHURCH – BRORA
EASTER SUNDAY 1st April 2018
Monsignor Basil Loftus 01431821360
Fr James Bell 01463233519
Deacon Kenneth 01862810900
TIMES OF MASSES IN BRORA
SUNDAY 11 am
DAILY MASS - WEDNESDAY
A VERY HAPPY AND HOLY EASTER TO YOU ALL
Our new resident Parish Priest, Fr Derick McCulloch, will celebrate his first Mass in Brora on Trinity Sunday, May 27th.
The Parish appeal to raise funds for repairs and maintenance to the Church and Presbytery has now reached our £20,000 target. Thank you to those who have answered our Appeal. The Appeal is still open for further donations.
A very warm welcome to our visitors. Please join us for tea and coffee in the Hall after Mass.
PLEASE REMEMBER THE SICK IN YOUR PRAYERS
Louise Port, Jackie Aris-Finch, Calum O’Boyle, Josie Mackay, Sheila Anderson, Sylvia Marlow, Albertine Nelson, Rupert Bromley, Aileen Toft-McNamee, Terry Giulian, and Roger Seed.
Last weekend there were 17 in attendance at the weekend Mass in Brora. The collection amounted to £98.85. If you are a taxpayer please consider giving your Mass Offering by Gift Aid as the parish greatly benefits from the tax repaid. Forms are available from Christine Port who is the Gift Aid co-ordinator.
READERS & MINISTERS OF THE EUCHARIST
|Date||Reader||Minister of the Eucharist|
|1st April||Mary Donald||Anne Sutherland|
|8th April||Pauline Stefaniak||Anne Sutherland|
|15th April||Christine Port||Anne Sutherland|
The parish has a website. www.christthekingbrora.org
The parish address is Christ the King, Gower Street, BRORA, KW9 6PU
Please pray for our Seminarians: Emmet O'Dowd, Rafal Sweda, Christopher Doig, Malachy Eze and Dominic Nwaigwe. Two of our Seminarians will be ordained to the Priesthood this summer. Deo Gratias.
We now have 60 nembers in our 100 Club. The 100 club winner for January - Campbell Port, Golspie: February - Mark Hagan, Ayr: March - Sandra Prendergast, New York/Rogart
The Clyne Church of Scotland women's Fellowship have extended an open invitation to attend the meeting. More information on the noticeboard in the hall.
There is a Christian Group meeting every Monday at 1030 till noon in Golspie. The venue changes so please check for information at the back of the church.
“The Gospel message that Jesus died for our sins and rose to new life is a source of joy and hope for all the world. At the same time, it is a summons to our responsibility and mission as the Lord’s followers to proclaim the victory of the Risen Jesus by our lives. In Baptism, we were given a share in Christ’s Passover from death to life. Each of us has been called to live fully this new life in union with him and in imitation of his loving concern for the least of our brothers and sisters. In the poor, the suffering, the lonely and all those in need, we are asked to see the face of Jesus, and to become, in him, a means of redemption and hope, life and resurrection for our world. May Mary, who knew both the sufferings of the Cross and the joy of the Resurrection, obtain for us the grace to be united ever more fully to the Risen Lord and to reflect in our lives the reconciling and transforming power of his divine love”.