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A warm welcome to St. Athanasius’ RC Church, Carluke, Scotland.


RESERVE YOUR SEAT(S) FOR MASS:
GO TO OUR RESERVATIONS PAGE – CLICK HERE

    • click the mass you wish to attend
    • follow the instructions to reserve your seat(s)
    • if you’re unable to use the reservation system, please call 07907 609182 and leave an answer machine message with your details instead (name, phone number, Mass you wish to attend, number of seats required)
    • reservations close at 6pm the day before the Mass you wish to attend

Pope Francis’ prayer intention for August:  The Maritime World                We pray for all those who work and live from the sea, among them sailors, fishermen and their families

Pastoral Letter from Bishop Toal, On Receiving Holy Communion — click to view  


 Daily Mass 10am. Feast of the Transfiguration of the Lord 

Guidance for the Celebration of Mass.


The church remains open for private prayer. When visiting, please remember to:

  • Sanitize your hands upon entering
  • Choose any seat whilst maintaining social distancing
  • When you have finished, sanitize your hands
  • Take the large bottle of sanitizer and spray all over the seat you have used. There is no need to wipe it.
  • Sanitize your hands again before leaving

CLICK for friendly Websites for  Meditation, Contemplation and Prayer!


Parish Safeguarding Co-ordinators and Diocesan telephone number (CLICK HERE)


Catholic App for Android ( CLICK HERE ) and iPhone ( CLICK HERE ).

This smart companion helps you find Masses, Confessions, churches, online parish communities & more.

This week’s Bulletin 2nd August – click to view  

Ecumenical call to prayer: Sunday 2nd August 7pm — to view

Children’s Liturgy 2nd August — to view


 

This week: 

Memoria –

 Tuesday 4th August, St John Vianney

Feast –

Thursday 6th August, The Transfiguration of the Lord

 


Michael Meechan reflects on the life of St Ignatius of Loyola

From Fr. Tom The Vatican document “Care and the Coronavirus” marks Laudato Si week. Fr. Tom invites all parishioners to read. CLICK THE IMAGE BELOW


 

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