Welcome

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. 

To request a place at Sunday Mass

E-mail: backpew50@gmail.com

or Text: 07396642594

Exceptionally, you may phone this number, but only if you cannot email or text.

This Sunday's Readings challenge us

reflect on the dynamic of forgiveness.

There is now a page which outlines the 'Route-Map' to re-opening the Church. See Menu above.

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

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

Archbishop Tartaglia gives Bobby the Archdiocesan Medal

for outstanding service to the Church, 29th November 2015,

on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the erection of the Parish.

Bobby Hosie R.I.P.

With great sadness and a sense of shock

we have to announce the death of Bobby,

known to everyone who came to St. Joseph's.

Bobby's care for the Church and the Parish

was quite legendary.

His death late on Saturday, 12th September

was not entirely expected,

although he had been undergoing a range of

medical procedures in hospital.

Our deep and prayerful sympathy 

goes to Bobby's wife, Sandra

and all the many who were close friends.

May he rest in peace with the Lord

whom he served so devotedly.

Photo courtesy of Alan Morris, our Covid-Coordinator.

CORONA VIRUS

Our Church is now gradually

re-opening.

Please see the dedicated page:

'Church Opening'.

Mgr. Hughes celebrates

Holy Mass daily. 

 

Mary, Mother of the Church,

Pray for us!

A list of churches offering

'live-streamed' Mass

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.

Our First Sunday Mass after a period of four months of not being able to come together to worship.

 

The necessary spacing can clearly be seen, although there are also people in front of both side-altars.

 

Everything has gone very smoothly, thanks to the careful preparation and direction of the stewards.

We had a congregation of thirty-two, supported by eight stewards, an organist (there was no singing)

 - and one priest!

Confessions

 

By personal appointment with the priest

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'

Photo courtesy of Alan Morris

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 §28)

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

We hope you enjoy your visit to our website. 

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.

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