Mass Times

** Important  Notice  **

In light of the Government’s statement 23/03/20, Bishop Hugh Gilbert has confirmed that the Church will remain closed until further notice.  Be assured, Fr. Damian will pray for you all, at his daily Mass.  At this time, Prayer is more important than ever.


Live-streamed Daily Masses – all times are GMT (UK time)

06:00 Pope Francis: Holy Mass in the Casa Santa Marta (IN ITALIAN ONLY!) 

Live-streamed Masses and Stations of the Cross, from our Diocese.  Times vary – please see the schedule on the link for further information

Live Masses from St. Andrew’s Cathedral, Glasgow

The Catholic Parliamentary Office offers a list of live-streamed Masses throughout Scotland at:

12:00 Daily Mass from Basilica of Our Lady of Walsingham

13:00 Daily Mass (and Sunday Mass at 13:00) from EWTN.  Midweek Mass repeated at 18:00 & 23:00  EWTN weekly TV schedules can be found here: and

13:15 Daily Mass from Bishop Robert Barron’s Private Chapel

An extensive list of parishes offering streamed Masses, together with Mass times, can be found at:


Mass times at St. Mary’s – Suspended until further notice

Saturday:         Mass 11.00 am

                               Vigil 6:00 pm

Sunday:            Mass 10:30 am

Tuesday:           Rosary 6.30 pm followed by Mass at 07.00 pm

Wednesday:   Holy hour 9:00 am followed by Mass at 10:00 am

Thursday:        Rosary 9.30 am followed by Mass at 10.00 am

Friday:               Divine Mercy Chaplet 9.45 am followed by Mass at 10.00 am

Holy Days of Obligation:  Mass 10:00 am, 7:00 pm

Confessions:  Saturday 10:00 am and on request

Votive Mass of the Blessed Virgin Mary – First Saturday of every month, for our parish intentions.

Rosary – Tuesday 6.30pm and Thursday 9.30am for the special intention of Vocations to the Diocese and to Religious Life.

Divine Mercy Chaplet – Friday 9.45am


The Koinōnia Group meet at 09.15am Sunday in the hall for Prayer, Bible study, discussion and reflection.

Koinōnia (coy-no-nee-a) meaning Christian Fellowship, Community, Communion, Joint Participation, Sharing.


Tea and coffee in the hall after the 10.30am Sunday Mass – everyone welcome