Sunday 11.30 am
SAT 12 noon
Holydays of Obligation 9.30am
Liturgy of the Word with Holy Communion
TUES & THURS 9am
For this week’s Mass visit the Mass Times page.
Family and Celebration Services
Several times during the year, special Family Services take place on selected Sundays.
Children are particularly encouraged to take a leading role in the readings, offertory procession and bidding prayers.
Saturday 11.15-11.45 am
- Gift of Sacrament of Reconciliation and Confession explained
- How to go to the Sacrament of Reconciliation
- Confession – A “How to” for those who forget
- How do I go to confession part 1
- How to go to confession part 2 What should you not confess?
Preparation for the Sacraments
Sacraments are celebrations of the faith of the Christian community and ideally should be prepared for with the assistance of the community and celebrated in the presence of the community.
To this end, the Parish has various groups –
Anointing of the Sick
This sacrament is available for any who are in danger of death by reason of illness or age or who are due to undergo surgery. by arrangement with the parish priest;
0131 447 2502
Reconciliation, Confirmation and Eucharist
For Reconciliation, Confirmation and Eucharist, there is the team that assists parents in the gradual initiation of their children into full communion with the Catholic Church through the Christian Initiation of Children (CIC).
For adults who wish to know more about the Catholic Faith and be prepared for the reception of the sacraments of initiation, there is the RCIA team of catechists.
Weddings by arrangement with the parish priest.
For marriage preparation, there is Prepare/Enrich at Gillis Centre and the team of marriage catechists which collaborate in the preparation of engaged couples. Sometimes this is often held in the parish. View a video on the meaning of the Sacrament of Marriage.
Information is available from Fr Paul Kelly (01506 84215 ) for the Diaconate and Fr Michael John Galbraith (01334 472856) for the Priesthood, or the Parish Priest. Visit Priests for Scotland.