Annual Mass at Scalan – Sunday 9th June at 4pm

This year’s Mass at Scalan will take place on at 4.00pm Sunday 9th June (the Feast of St. Columba). Principal Celebrant and Homilist: Very Rev. Domenico Zanrè VG. Scalan is the site of a hidden seminary, located in the Braes of Glenlivet, and during the 18th century, more than a hundred ‘Heather Priests’ were trained …

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Supporting the Highland Foodbank – items most required during May and June

Please see the list below for items the Highland Foodbank need most during May and June:

St. Mary’s Church Quiz Night and Raffle – Friday 10th May 7.30pm Nairn Dunbar Golf Club

Aberdeen Diocesan Pilgrimage – Pluscarden Abbey – 30 June 2024

The 2024 Pluscarden Pentecost Lectures

The 2024 Pluscarden Pentecost Lectures

Diocese of Aberdeen – Post of Diocesan Singing Tutor

Diocese of Aberdeen Singing Tutor (Choral Director) The Diocese of Aberdeen, in conjunction with the National Schools Singing Programme (NSSP), seeks to appoint a Choral Director commencing as soon as possible. This is a part-time post (1 day per week) suitable for an ambitious and creative musician with exceptional gifts in working with young voices …

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Holy Week – Nairn and Culloden

Holy Week – Nairn and Culloden (PDF)

Supporting the Highland Foodbank – items most required during March & April

A message from Blythswood Care: “I’d like to thank everyone who has been able to donate to Foodbank over the past couple of months.  Your donations make a massive difference to people who have no other means of eating,  than to come to a Foodbank.  So, thank you for making this happen” Please see the …

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Lenten Station Masses 2024

The Deanery Station Masses will take place on Friday Evenings during Lent at 7.00pm, at the following locations:                     16 February – St. Mary’s, Inverness      23 February – Our Lady & St. Bean, Cannich 1 March – St. Mary’s, Nairn (Bishop Hugh) 8 March – St. Aidan’s, Aviemore 15 March – St. …

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Behold the Lamb of God: Reflections for Holy Week at St. Mary’s Nairn