Church of the Holy Family

Dunblane

Mass Times

This Week

  • Monday 17th January
    10:00 am, Eucharistic Service
  • Tuesday 18th January
    10:00 am, Eucharistic Service
  • Wednesday 19th January
    10:00 am, Eucharistic Service
  • Thursday 20th January
    10:00 am, Eucharistic Service
  • Friday 21st January
    10:00 am, Eucharistic Service
  • Saturday 22nd January
    5:00 pm, Vigil
  • Sunday 23rd January
    11:00 am, Mass

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This Sunday’s Bible Reflection

This Sunday’s Bible Reflection

Good evening everybody, I am sending you a commentary on the Sunday reading by Scot Hahn. At Lazarus’ Tomb: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Fifth Sunday of Lent Scot is a well-known scripture scholar.     On becoming a Catholic he made it his vocation to educate Catholics...

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Feast of The Holy Trinity

” God loved the world so much that he gave his only-begotten Son, so that everyone who believes in him may not be lost but may have eternal life “

John. 3:16

Dear Parishioner,

Graces and Blessings.

This weekend we meditate on the most wonderful mystery of our Faith and on our eternal destiny : –
the Most Blessed Trinity – God as He has revealed himself to us.
The great St. Athanasius says if a person lacks faith in the Blessed Trinity he/she does not know God.
I hope you enjoy reading the Notes on the meaning of the Feast
and the commentary by Scott Hahn on the Sunday readings.
And I hope that meditating on the meaning of the Feast will give your spirits a lift at this time.
The love of God for each of us—young and old, black and white, rich and poor  ( we could go on ! )   has no limit.

Rejoice in your Faith.

Monsignor

Please continue to pray for Theresa in PRI and also for Patricia McGillvray who is very ill in Ninewells .

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