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Fourth Sunday of lent - 10th March 2024

Services this Week

Sunday 10th March 2024

10.00am     Mass  


10.00am     Holy Communion Service


10.00am     Mass  (Richard Blair)


7.00pm      Stations of the Cross

7.30pm      Mass


9.30am      Rosary

10.00am    Mass (Mark Temperley)


10.00am     Holy Communion Service

5.30pm      Confessions

6.00pm      Vigil Mass  (Belinda MacDougall)

Sunday 17h March 2024

10.00am     Mass (Jessie Rintoul)


In your charity, please remember in your prayers...

Father Forrest, Jean Blair, Mary Robertson, Lisa Tucker, Jan Stewart,  Susan Dunn and Sadie Clelland and all the sick and the housebound. Also, Cameron Dunne, Gordon McFarlane, Mark Temperley, John Boyd, Janet Torley, Robert Clelland, Margaret McGuire, John McAllister, Linda Kilgallon and Agnes Carlin  whose anniversaries occur at about this time.


Latest News…


The Offertory Collections last weekend amounted to £523.44 grateful thanks to all donors.  The collection at the World day of Prayer service raised £155 and the Least Coin collection raised £34.34 – thank you!


March is dedicated to St Joseph, with the solemn feast of St Joseph, Spouse of the Virgin Mary, falling on Tuesday 19 March. St Joseph, pray for us!


A day of inspiration, friendship and prayer for S1-S4 pupils that asks the question 'what does it take to be a saint in the modern world?' Saturday 23 March, midday to 4:00pm at The Gillis Centre, Edinburgh. Register via https//


The abortion lobby is pushing for abortion decriminalisation.  This means unborn babies could be aborted until birth for any reason. Contact your MP and ask them to oppose any attempt to decriminalise abortion. Click the below button for details.


The Holy Father’s prayer intention for March is for the Martyrs of Our Day, witnesses to Christ. Watch the video on YouTube.


The Beginning Experience is holding a weekend for those who find themselves suffering bereavement through divorce, separation or  widowhood. The weekend will take place from -7th April 2024 at St Mary’s, Kinnoull, Perth. For details contact: Louise on 07926 571004 or email: Completed application forms need to be returned by 22 March 2024.


Pathways of Hope - A forum on Catholic Social Teaching and Poverty titled ‘Pathways of Hope’ takes place on Saturday 16 March 10:30am-3:00pm at The Gillis Centre, 100 Strathearn Road, Edinburgh, EH9 1BB. Register at


Scotland's Pro-Life Stations of the Cross - Mondays in Lent - Every Monday in Lent we’ll gather online to reflect, repent and renew our commitment to “the greatest work on earth” – protecting unborn children and their mothers.  We’ll pray for the strength and encouragement to play our part in building a culture of life where no child is unwanted, no woman unloved and the pressures which lead to abortion no longer exist.

Register here: