The Pope wants Catholics to hack their way out of the surrounding jungle of false ideas. How to begin? One way is to attend the course of five classes being held at St Gregory’s, Maryhill during November, 2010.
Each class lasts one hour, between 6pm and 7pm. Topics include:
* Monday 1st November: Is religion just for stupid people?
* Monday 8th November: Is science objective & impartial?
* Monday 15th November: Does ‘progress’ really exist?
* Monday 22 November: “Religion poisons everything.”?
* Monday 29 November: Favouring reason and disfavouring superstition
Would any boys or girls like to be an altar server? If interested practice on Sunday after 11:15 Mass for 20 minutes or speak to John Paton.
There will be a talk on “How Genesis Supports Darwin” by theological writer Joseph Fitzpatrick in Turnbull Hall at 7.30pm on Thursday 28 October 2010. Admission: £3 for non-members. Refreshments.
ST PETER’S & ST SIMON’S; ADULT FAITH FORMATION
Four talks and discussions led by prominent Ministers of the Reformed Tradition on: Tuesday 26 October: Scotland 1690, 1843 & 1929; Divisions and Reunions. And Tuesday 2nd November: Reform and Contemporary Issues. Talks take place in St Peter’s Church hall, Chancellor St, Partick. 7:30-9pm. Sessions are open and free to all. Refreshments included.
THE PASSION COMES TO GLASGOW
A play of The Passion comes to Glasgow in September 2011. Wanted are cast, crew and helpers to be part of this exciting city centre vision which will take place in Georges Square.
For more Information please contact telephone number 0131 652 0968 or on the website www.passion-play.co.uk