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Here is a link to this week’s newsletter: 28th Sunday of Year C 2019.pdf Link to a brief reflection from Fr Kingsley for the 28th Sunday of Year C: Gratitude to God Newsletter Anything to share? Then write in the book in the porch or e-mail mcfarrell@btinternet.com  or pm the Facebook page. The deadline is 10.00am on Thursdays. To love and be blessed by WEEKDAY MASS, try making a commitment to even just one day each week, whichever suits you best, and keep to it.  God loves you, and will bless you. Children’s Liturgy:  in St John Ogilvie Chapel every Sunday during term time at the beginning of Mass.  All primary school age children welcome, Parents are also welcome to accompany younger children. MR/NR.   St Thomas PS: The school will close for the October Break on Friday 11th October and the new term will begin on Monday 28th October. MB Anniversary of the Canonisation of St John Ogilvie:  there will be no morning Mass on 17th October as Bishop Hugh will join us for Holy Mass at 6.30pm, followed by refreshments in the hall. The shrine will be open beforehand for anyone who wishes to pay a visit or see the exhibition. It will be good to celebrate the great martyr, and our diocesan shrine of his birthplace here in St Thomas.  TM Ogilvie Centre Events: 1. Kilcoy Castle: 25-27 October (Busy Women) 2. Classes from Catholic Distance University. Contact Sr Anna Christi OP at Greyfriars. 3. Encountering Christ Retreats: The Dominican Sisters invite Catholic women between the ages of 18 and 35 to a peaceful and refreshing weekend away with Christ. The retreat is held on the weekends of 8-10 November 2019 and 27-29 March 2020 at Greyfriars Convent in Elgin. To sign up, please contact Sr. Mary Gianna, OP at op@rcda.scot. There is a £30 suggested donation. Reflections and homilies:  Fr Kingsley’s reflection on Sunday’s readings is available on the parish website, and will be printed in the new newsletter format from the First Sunday in Advent (1st December 2019).  Fr Peter publishes his homily on a blog which can be accessed at www.poezeglobal.blogspot.com. MF  
Address: Chapel Street Keith Moray AB55 5AL SCOTLAND    Dean: Fr Colin Stewart (01343) 542280     or   (01807) 580795 Priests in residence in Huntly: Fr Kingsley Chigbo CCE (01466) 410200 Fr Peter Ezekoka e-mail: chapelstthomas@yahoo.co.uk A parish of the R.C. Diocese of Aberdeen Charitable Trust, Registered Charity Number SC 005122
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Here is a link to this week’s newsletter: 28th Sunday of Year C 2019.pdf Link to a brief reflection from Fr Kingsley for the 28th Sunday of Year C: Gratitude to God Newsletter Anything to share? Then write in the book in the porch or e- mail mcfarrell@btinternet.com or pm the Facebook page. The deadline is 10.00am on Thursdays. To love and be blessed by WEEKDAY MASS, try making a commitment to even just one day each week, whichever suits you best, and keep to it.  God loves you, and will bless you. Children’s Liturgy:  in St John Ogilvie Chapel every Sunday during term time at the beginning of Mass.  All primary school age children welcome, Parents are also welcome to accompany younger children. MR/NR.   St Thomas PS: The school will close for the October Break on Friday 11th October and the new term will begin on Monday 28th October. MB Anniversary of the Canonisation of St John Ogilvie:  there will be no morning Mass on 17th October as Bishop Hugh will join us for Holy Mass at 6.30pm, followed by refreshments in the hall. The shrine will be open beforehand for anyone who wishes to pay a visit or see the exhibition. It will be good to celebrate the great martyr, and our diocesan shrine of his birthplace here in St Thomas.  TM Ogilvie Centre Events: 1. Kilcoy Castle: 25-27 October (Busy Women) 2. Classes from Catholic Distance University. Contact Sr Anna Christi OP at Greyfriars. 3. Encountering Christ Retreats: The Dominican Sisters invite Catholic women between the ages of 18 and 35 to a peaceful and refreshing weekend away with Christ. The retreat is held on the weekends of 8-10 November 2019 and 27-29 March 2020 at Greyfriars Convent in Elgin. To sign up, please contact Sr. Mary Gianna, OP at op@rcda.scot. There is a £30 suggested donation. Reflections and homilies:  Fr Kingsley’s reflection on Sunday’s readings is available on the parish website, and will be printed in the new newsletter format from the First Sunday in Advent (1st December 2019).  Fr Peter publishes his homily on a blog which can be accessed at www.poezeglobal.blogspot.com. MF