PARISH OF THE MOST BLESSED TRINITY
CHURCHES OF ST. STEPHEN
AND ALL SAINTS
PENTECOST SUNDAY, Year A
31st May 2020
First reading: Acts: 2: 1-11
All people heard their own language being spoken by the disciples from Galilee
Second Reading: 1 Corinthians 12: 3-7. 12-13
There are many different spiritual gifts but always the same Spirit.
Gospel: John 20: 19-23
The Lord says to the disciples twice, “Peace be with you”, then he says,
“Receive the Holy Spirit” and gives them authority.
MASS WILL BE STREAMED LIVE
Each weekday from Monday to Friday at 9.30 a.m.
No Mass on Saturday,
And at 10.30 a.m. each Sunday, from All Saints Church.
THE ROSARY WILL BE STREAMED LIVE TODAY
31st May At 7.00 p.m. from All Saints Church.
You can access our You Tube channel on
PENTECOST SUNDAY marks the end of Paschaltide.
Weekday Masses from Monday will be taken from the 9th week of the year, Year A in Ordinary time
Next Sunday is Trinity Sunday and the end of the period for fulfilling Easter Duties.
BISHOP TOAL has recorded a message on YouTube for all the children who should have been confirmed. This can be accessed on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-sP_BwrZjcM
CHILDRENS’ LITURGY OF THE WORD
Monday 1st June The Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of the Church.
Wednesday 3rd June St. Charles Lwanga ad Companions.
Friday 5th June St. Boniface.
TODAY IS BISHOPS OF SCOTLAND*S DAY FOR LIFE
The theme for Day for Life 2020 is Choose Life, with a focus on protecting mothers and unborn children and bringing hope and healing after abortion.
RIGHT TO LIFE: YOUR VOICE MATTERS
Ask your MP to support the Abortion (Cleft lip, cleft palate, and club foot) Bill
Further information from www.righttolife.org.uk.
On Saturday, 30th May at 4.30 BST, Pope Francis will lead the recitation of the Rosary, joining the Marian Shrines of the world, to ask the Virgin Mary for help amid the pandemic.
The link below provides further information.
“There is a variety of gifts but always the same Spirit; there are all sorts of service, but always for the same Lord.” What kind of service do your gifts suggest? Perhaps you could offer them as a priest, deacon or in religious life… Speak to your Vocations Director, email Priests for Scotland at firstname.lastname@example.org, or see our website or Facebook pages (PFS or VocationNetworkScotland) for more information.