Holy Mass recommences at St Mary Magdalene’s

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St Mary Magdalene’s Church re-opens for Mass on Sunday 29th November – the First Sunday of Advent. Under the present COVID-19 rules the maximum number of places available is restricted to 40 people. Reservations can be made – no more than 7 days in advance – by clicking on the ‘Reserve a seat’ button below. HOLY MASS ON SUNDAYS WILL NOW …

Pastoral letter – Catholic Education

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Jesus Christ: the Way, the Truth and the Life Catholic Education Week 16th-30th November 2020 My dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Each year around this time, we celebrate Catholic Education Week.  During this week we: celebrate the God-given talents and achievements of our young people;  acknowledge the hard work and faith witness of the staff in our schools;  mark the …

Mission

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Dunkeld’s Vicar Episcopal for the Missions, Fr Mike Freyne, St Bernadette’s, Tullibody, has posted a series of series and links to share during October, traditionally Mission Month. First is a story in which both Archbishop Protase Rugambwa of Tanzania – the Secretary of the Congregation for the Evangelisation of Peoples – and Pope Francis, emphasise the importance of our missionaries …

No more delay for Harry’s First Holy Communion

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Congratulations to Harry who celebrated his First Holy Communion, at 9am Mass, on Sunday 20th September, 2020. Earlier this year, traditional, large-scale celebrations of First Communion were cancelled across the country, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The schools were closed for pupils and churches were locked too. But, since the re-opening of our churches in September, even with numbers at …

The Lord moves in mysterious ways

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Throughout history, moving statues have tended to be reported at times of civil, political, or religious crisis, in which a breakdown of morale or the imminence of national disaster seemed beyond human aid, inviting divine intervention. In 1524, Italy was overrun by French armies and coping with floods, famine, and plague. During this time, when Rome itself seemed threatened, a …