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COVID UPDATE – LIFTING OF RESTRICTIONS

The lifting of the requirement to socially distance means that parishioners will be able to sit wherever they wish in the church. For many of us, this may seem and feel strange at first but as more pews will be available you should still be able to sit a comfortable distance from each other.

It also means that we will be able to approach the altar, row by row, for Holy Communion as we did before.

You are still required to:     

While things are getting back to “normal” we will not be complacent. The Church will be well ventilated at all times and we will maintain our cleaning/disinfecting regime.

No seating plan but stewards will fill the Church from front to back to ensure safe socially distanced seating.

Please bring your name and contact number written on a piece of paper for every Mass you attend.

DO NOT COME TO CHURCH IF YOU FEEL UNWELL, ESPECIALLY WITH PERSISTENT COUGH, HIGH TEMPERATURE AND LOSS OR CHANGE TO YOUR SENSE OF TASTE OR SMELL. YOU SHOULD STAY AT HOME AND CONTACT NHS INFORM.

                                              

Please keep watching the website www.ctkg.org for further updates on celebrating Mass or follow us on our Facebook page – Christ the King Parish, Glasgow. If you know any parishioners who do not use or have no access to the internet, please spread the word!!

                                                     

                  


Mass will be streamed and you will be able to view this in your own home. You can access this by clicking on ‘Live Stream’ below or via https://youtu.be/yHJtDVuZfzo.

Mass will be accessible on the streaming for 12 hours after it has taken place.

Diocesan Administrator: Following the death of Archbishop Tartaglia, and in accordance with the rules laid down by the Church’s Code of Canon Law, the College of Consultors of the Archdiocese has elected a Diocesan Administrator. The new Administrator of the Archdiocese will be Monsignor Hugh Canon Bradley, who has served until now as Vicar General under Archbishop Philip. Mgr Hugh, having made the required Profession of Faith, now assumes day-to-day control of the functioning of the Archdiocese until the Holy Father, Pope Francis, names a new Archbishop of Glasgow.


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