The Calix Society

The Calix Society

Substituting the cup that stupefies to the one that sanctifies

Diocese of Motherwell

St Stephen’s Catholic Church

Paddock Street, Coatbridge ML5 4PG

 

The 3 Stated purposes of the Calix Society

Sobriety - is a requirement not an option

Participation - in Holy Mass and group discussion

Becoming - the person that God wants us to be

The Calix Society is for recovering alcoholics who want to draw on their Catholic faith as a sure path to serenity without alcohol. It offers a Catholic ministry to people in recovery and their families, deepening faith and sharing the healing mercy of God. Calix embodies the Catholic Church’s growing emphasis on the “New Evangelization” as encouraged by His Holiness Pope Francis. 

 

 Meetings begin every Friday in the parish church at 8 pm, and there is an opportunity to meet from 7:30pm. The meetings after Mass have a different focus each week of the month – ranging from a fresh introduction to the basics of Catholic faith, Meditation, Step Recovery, reflection on the Gospels, Reconciliation and Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. Visitors welcome from all 12 step programmes, especially Alcoholics Anonymous and AlAnon.

 

Monthly Cycle

1st Friday:  Mass (First of the month)

2nd Friday: Meditation and the 12 step Programme

3rd Friday: Holy Hour

4th Friday: General Meeting, Speaker Presentation

 

If you are interested to find out more about the Calix Society please contact:

 

Margaret   07938 582073

Stevie        07546 898579

Wullie        07887 854322

Jackie        07847 230081                                                               

 

Email:  calixsocietyscotland@outlook.com    website:   calixsociety.org.uk

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Diocesan Centre, Coursington Road, Motherwell, ML1 1PP 

T: 01698 269114 | F: 01698 275630 | E: chancellor@rcdom.org.uk | W: www.rcdom.org.uk 

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