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Welcome to St. Mary's Cathedral

 

St. Mary's is the largest parish in the Diocese of Aberdeen situated in the heart of Aberdeen city centre. We are a multi-cultural parish seeking to grow in love of God and our neighbour.

 

It is our dream to make our parish a home for all, where we can come to know and serve one another through different groups and ministries.



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    A new Scripture Study Course – Sundays from 23rd April at the Cathedral.

 

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Monday

7.00am

12.30pm

Tuesday

7.00am

7.00pm

Wednesday

7.00am

12.30pm

Thursday

7.00am

7.00pm

Friday

7.00am

12.30pm


Saturday

10.00am

5.00pm (Spanish)*

7.00pm




Sunday

8.00am

9.30am (Polish)

11.15am

3.00pm (Polish)

6.00pm

               

                                      *Mass is celebrated in Spanish at 5.00pm on the last Saturday of the month.

The Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) is available on Tuesday and Saturday evenings from 6.00pm and on Saturday morning from 10.30am.

Please refer to the Sunday Bulletin for any changes to the regular Mass schedule.

 


 

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Polish Chaplaincy in Aberdeen

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