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Bulletins 2019

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Bulletin 20th January 2019 (PDF)

Sacrament of Reconciliation – After some feedback and thought from the beginning of February the Sacrament of Reconciliation will be at 10am on Saturday mornings followed by 11am Mass.  The Rosary will be prayed on Tuesdays and Thursdays before Mass.

Children’s Liturgy and Catechism Classes – It is very important that Candidates for Confirmation attend the classes.  There is now a course for post-First Holy Communion youth who are not in the Confirmation class. All enquiries to Fr. Damian.

Parish Hall – This year the Parish Council hope to progress with plans to upgrade the Parish Hall.  A major concern are the toilet facilities.  We will look for Council and Private Grants.  Please contact Fr. Damian, John Dolan, or Patricia Robertson, if you have any suggestions in relation to the Hall.

 

Bulletin 13th January 2019 (PDF)

Sacrament of Reconciliation It is rare to have any parishioners to avail of this very important Sacrament at 5pm on Saturdays.  Fr. Damian would welcome any suggestions for changes to this time.  Wednesday during Holy Hour is ruled out however, as it would interfere with the silence and purpose of this quiet time.

Children’s Liturgy and Catechism Classes Resume this Sunday.  It is very important that Candidates for Confirmation attend the classes.  There is now a course for post-First Holy Communion youth who are not in the Confirmation class.  All enquiries to Fr.Damian.

Appeal From Highland Food Bank for your continued support in the high demand months of winter, to help those in need within our Community. 

Used Religious Christmas Cards can be placed in the box at the back of the Church and be of benefit to Charity.

 

Bulletin 6th January 2019 (PDF)

Children’s Liturgy and Catechism Classes – Resume on Sunday 13th January.

Invitation – Women in the Parish are kindly invited to the meeting of Nairn St Ninian’s Church of Scotland Guild on Wednesday 16th January at 2pm in the Church Hall, Queen Street.

Old Christmas Cards can be placed in the box at the back of the Church and be of benefit to Charity.

Appeal From Highland Food Bank for your continued support in the high demand months of winter, to help those in need within our Community.