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15th Sunday in Ordinary Time

‘Take nothing for the journey except a staff’

Our readings this week invite us to reflect on the wonder of being chosen to be part of God’s plan.

In the First Reading, we hear how Amos, a shepherd, responds to God’s call to bear witness. Despite not being welcomed, he stands his ground, knowing that he has been given his mission by the Lord.

The Psalmist, giving thanks for the blessings his people have received, rejoices in the peace, justice, mercy, faithfulness and prosperity that God gives to those who trust in him.

In the Second Reading, St Paul explains to the Ephesians how we have always been a part of God’s plan. Because of the grace and blessings showered upon us, we have been freed from our sins and become adopted children of God.

Mark’s Gospel relates how Jesus sends out his disciples to teach his message of love and forgiveness. Carrying nothing but a staff, they are to trust that they will find welcome and hospitality in many places, and stay undeterred by the rejection they will find elsewhere.

This week we pray for the wisdom and insight to recognise the call of the Lord in our own lives. However ill-equipped we might feel, we ask for the courage and strength to step out, safe in the knowledge that we are never alone, and that God will provide for us.

(With thanks to St Beuno's Outreach)

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Welcome

Welcome to the website of St Ninian’s Catholic Church in Knightswood, Glasgow. I hope and pray this will be a resource for spiritual nourishment for you who visit, that it will be a source of inspiration for parish outreach, allowing us to be the heart and hands of Christ for those around us, and that it will make a contribution to community building for the entire Knightswood area.

As we make our way through 2024, let God’s light lift up our Spirits  and our faith. May we have the courage to meet and  embrace the challenges and the encounters of life with a renewed sense of purpose in the weeks and months ahead.

Thank you for visiting our website and our thanks to David Gray for permission to use his wonderful photographs of our Church.

Fr. Paul

Mass Times at St Ninian's

Sunday Mass
Saturday Vigil Mass 6pm;
Sunday 9.00 am & 11.00 am (with Children’s Liturgy) & 5.00 pm

 Weekday Mass Mon - Sat:
10.00 am

 Confessions
Saturday 10.30 am; and 5.15pm to 5.45pm

Pope Francis' July Prayer Intention

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For The Pastoral Care of The Sick

Let us pray that the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick, bestows the Lord’s strength to those who receive it and to their loved ones, and that it may become for everyone an ever more visible sign of compassion and hope.

Visit the website of Pray With the Pope

St Ninian Mosaics

Mosaics (Opus Sectile) in the high altar above the tabernacle. The right-hand panels depict St Ninian building the White House at Whithorn, and the left-hand panels depict him preaching the Gospel to the Southern Picts.

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