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Transfiguration Window, First Presbyterian Church,

Flint, Michigan

'Sede  Vacante'

Arms of the Archdiocese - mosaic in St. Andrew's Cathedral

Title, 'Specialis Filia Romanae Ecclesiae'

granted by Pope Alexander III in 1175

The funeral of Archbishop Tartaglia took place on Thursday 21st January. He was then laid to rest in the crypt of the cathedral. Requiescat in Domino.

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There will be a Month's Mind Mass in the Cathedral at 1pm, on 13th February, celebrated by Mgr. Hugh Bradley, the Archdiocesan Administrator. The Mass will be live-streamed on the Cathedral website.

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In line with the provisions of Canon Law, the College of Consultors was required to elect a Diocesan Administrator to oversee the day-to-day running of the Archdiocese. Mgr. Hugh Bradley, the Vicar General, was duly elected and this was accepted and ratified by the Papal Nuncio, Archbishop Claudio Rugerotti.

To access the Readings for any given day, simply click on:

http://www.universalis.com/Europe.Scotland/mass.htm

Please pray for the repose of the souls of our parishioners:  Marian Regan, Brian Court, 

Gina d'Ambrosio, Gordon Morton,

 Jack Gledhill, Stephen Russell

 John Nicholas and Tommy McGrath

May they rest in peace.

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Welcome

 

Welcome to St. Joseph's Parish, Helensburgh!

Recently, Pope Francis described 'parish' as "an environment for hearing God's Word, for growth in the Christian life, for dialogue, proclamation, charitable outreach. worship and celebration. In all its activities, the parish encourages its members to be evangelisers."

(Evangelii Gaudium ยง28)

We try in St. Joseph's to create that environment.

We hope you enjoy your visit to our website. 

As with all places of worship, our church will remain closed

till further notice.

For further information, please click on the Menu Link 'New Church Closure'.

Our Parish

In 2015, we marked our 150th anniversary as a parish in Helensburgh. As far back as 1865, there was a Catholic worshipping community in our town. From very humble beginnings, the parish has steadily grown and we are indeed fortunate to have a Church which is a beautiful, dignified setting for the celebration of Eucharist, for prayer and for gathering this Christian community.

Privacy Statement

Information held by this Parish and by the Archdiocese of Glasgow is processed in accordance with the Diocese's Privacy Notice which is available at

www.rcag.org.uk/

index.php/the-archdiocese/diocesan-curia/privacy-notice

 

SAFEGUARDING: See Safeguarding Page under 'About Us'

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