Charity registration No. SC002876  
Sunday November 3rd. 2013
We wish Morag Cameron every blessing on her 104th. birthday, November 9th.
Morag has the good wishes of all our parishioners and many friends as she reaches her 104th. birthday this coming Saturday. She was born on November 9, 1909.  She is still a wonderfully active woman, and comes to the Vigil Mass in St. Joseph's on Saturday evenings. She was present at the vigil Mass on Friday for the  feast of All Saints,  despite the fact that it was cold night with very heavy falls of rain. It was only last year that Morag stopped coming to daily Mass.  She is a deeply religious woman for whom mass and sacraments are such a joy and privilege, for these are an essential part of her life and happiness. We pray that God will grant her many blessings to continue to enjoy such radiant good health and be as active as ever.  May God bless you, Morag — a hundred and four times!
No sun, no flowers, no bees….. November! The winter evenings are now upon us, and  it is often  dark by 5 p.m. Perhaps, this is a good time to do some serious reading, enhance our knowledge, learn to play a musical instrument, or  learn a new language We can do so much with our free time if we put out mind to it!   Go on! Surprise yourself!
November lists for the dead The envelopes for the November Lists are at the back of the church. Should you wish your loved ones remembered at Mass throughout the month of November, please write their names on the sheets provided. These will be placed at the altar beside a lit candle to remind us of their life in heaven, and that they will share in all the Masses. Anniversaries Mary MacKillop and Willie MacKillop for whom the 11.30 a.m. Mass will be said today. Kitty Livinston, for whom Mass will be said on Monday.  Annie MacDonald, Druimdonich, for whom Mass will be said on Tuesday.