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St Mirin's Cathedral






  

  

Cathedral House

Cathedral Precincts

Incle Street

PAISLEY

PA1 1HR

Telephone:

0141 889 2404

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Our Lady of Paisley
Bishop John will include prayers 
requested through this request 
ministry on the Diocesan website. 
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Week  Beginning  
31st May 2020

Our Lady of Paisley

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This plaque has been placed 
in the Cathedral, beside the
picture of Our Lady of Paisley
In remembrance of babies 
born asleep, safe in the arms
of Jesus, Mary & Joseph

Clergy

Deacon Pat Doogan

Deacon Jack Gallagher
   (Retired)

Canon G Oliver Freney 
Rev Jonathan Whitworth
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visit website of
Paisley Diocese 
TestPage (Administrator)
Parish Sisters:
Franciscan Missionaries of Mary
For today’s Mass Readings - Click to link to Scots Catholic.org    
email:  stmirinscathedral@rcdop.org.uk
A number of parishes in Scotland
have the facility to live-stream services.

St Andrew's Cathedral, Glasgow  Mass daily - 8.15am, 1pm & 5:15pm


Sunday Mass - 10.00, 12.00 & 5:15pm
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who are offering services on-line.

Coronavirus 
Diocese of Paisley Announcements
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to read the 
Diocesan announcements
and advice
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Services may be followed ‘live’ on:

The Cathedral Facebook page

or to:

Bishop John’s Facebook page
On line services:
PENTECOST SUNDAY  
Public Services of Community Prayer and Worship
are suspended during the current emergency 
 Holy Mass: Sundays 8.30am & 12.00noon 
Weekdays: 8.30am & 10.00am
The Rosary will be said after 8.30 Mass
each
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Temporary arrangements:
Stations of the Cross
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using our Cathedral pictures