Fourteenth Sunday of the Year
Each week there is a reflection page which will offer some thoughts for meditation and prayer.
They can be found by clicking on 'Sunday Reflection' in the horizontal menu above.
There is now a page which outlines the 'Route-Map' to re-opening the Church. See Menu above.
All public Celebration of Liturgy
is now suspended.
Our Church is now gradually
Please see the dedicated page:
Mgr. Hughes celebrates Mass
daily in the Presbytery Oratory
Mary, Mother of the Church,
Pray for us!
A list of churches offering
can be accessed
by clicking on the button here.
Exceptionally, the Redemptorist
'Sunday Plus' which is one side of our
Parish Bulletin, is now available,
online here on the Bulletin Page.
The Children's version, 'Look'
is also available there.
The Readings this Sunday invite us to focus on the invitation of Jesus to each one of us to bring our burdens to him.
To access the Readings for any given day, simply click on:
Pastoral Letter from the Bishops
Click on Button to view.
The Bishops' Conference of Scotland with (centre) Archbishop Mennini, former Nuncio to Great Britain
Times of Masses
ALL MASSES ARE SUSPENDED TILL FURTHER NOTICE
By personal appointment with the priest
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SAFEGUARDING: See Safeguarding Page under 'About Us'
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 §28)
We try in St. Joseph's to create that environment.
We hope you enjoy your visit to our website.
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.