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CHILDREN’S LITURGY OF THE WORD at 11:00am Mass.

We invite all the boys and girls of Primary School age to join us on Sunday for this celebration of God’s Word.

STALL

Boxes of Christmas cards and calendars are now available, together with various seasonal gifts. The Stall is open on Sunday after 11:00am Mass.

“WARM HANDS OF FRIENDSHIP”

Is an initiative of Inverclyde Council to allocate funding to community groups who will provide a warm environment and some sustenance for people who are really struggling with the cost of living crisis. Our parish Conference of the SVdP has been successful in applying for this funding. 

Our proposal is to open up the Parish Hall on Sundays from January till the end of March from 12.00noon till 2.00pm where parishioners and anyone from our local community will be able to get something to eat and drink with an opportunity to socialise. As you know we already have the foodbank from 12.00noon on Sundays, but we really need some more volunteers to make this work. The more volunteers, the less everyone has to do, so if you could help, please pass your name to Father Gerry or to one of our SVdP Conference to allow us to plan for this.

THANK YOU for last week’s Offertory Collection which came to £916.34. Thank you also for the £598.16 given in the collection for Catholic Education.

YOUNG PEOPLE
YOUNG ADULTS (18-30)

The final talk of the series will be on ‘Blessed be God in His Angels and Saints’ by Father Ryan Black. This will take place on Wednesday 30th. November at 7.00pm in St. Mirin’s Cathedral and will be followed by Benediction and an opportunity to socialise over drinks.

PARISH PRAYERS

We pray for all who are ill or housebound: in particular, we remember:

 Maureen Henvey,

Billy Paul, Gerard Gillan, 
Sebastian Kesson, Ross Moran, 
Emma Sinclair, Maureen Houston, 
John O’Donnell, Anne Kane, 
Nancy Mew, Jessica Glover, 
Caroline McNeil,  Joanne King, 
Teddy O’Neil

All those who are suffering 
from the consequences 
of the current pandemic.

 

We pray for all who have died recently, R.I.P.

Brian Collins,
Margaret Friel,
Jean Nolan, John McLaughlin (Jnr.)
Ian Hamilton, Anna Mazzoni,
Karen Gallagher, Hugh Collins

We remember those whose anniversaries are at this time.

Rt. Rev. John Cunningham,
Bishop of Galloway,
Parish Priest here, 1992-2004,

Molly McBride, Susan Cuffe,
Thomas & Bridget Lyons.

THE INNOCENTS

 

Pregnancy testing and counselling done in confidence, Mondays and Thursdays 7.00-9.00pm. Tel. 743809

PARISH FOODBANK

Run by our SVDP, is accepting donations of groceries and foodstuff. As before lockdown, please leave your donations at the collection point at the back of the Church. 

CHRISTMAS FETE AT THE

LITTLE SISTERS OF THE POOR, GREENOCK
 

On Sunday 11th. December, 2.00pm-4.30pm.  There is plenty on offer for all the family including – bottle stall, baking stall, book stall, bric a brac, plants, tombola.  There will be a chance for the children to meet Santa at our Sant’s Grotto and kiddie’s corner.  Tea and toast will be served in the tea room and there will be an ice cream van on the grounds with treats on sale for the children.  All welcome.

200 CLUB

A gentle reminder that if you haven't renewed yet for the 200 Club, please do so by the end of November.

Protecting your Privacy

The privacy notice contained on our website is that of the Diocese of Paisley, St. Patrick’s is a Catholic parish of the Universal Church in the Diocese of Paisley, which is led by Bishop John Keenan, in communion with our Holy Father Pope Francis, in Greenock.

 

We want you to know that Diocese of Paisley respects the information we hold on you and that we take the security of your information very seriously.

 

New data protection rules, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), come into effect on May 2018. These regulation will give people greater control over how companies and organisations use their personal information.

 

We have updated our Privacy Notice in line with GDPR, which sets out information on how we hold and handle your data. It includes:

 

  • what kind of information we collect

  • how we use it

  • when we may need to share it

 

Many thanks for your understanding. You can read our full Privacy Notice at by clicking here or a hard copy can be requested from the Parish.