We Are Still Here

The parish is still OPEN

... even though the Cathedral church building is closed.

 

You can now take part in the life of the parish online. The three big ways are through receiving our regular email updates and:
 
 
 

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You can take part in our live streamed Masses from Clergy House via YouTube 
 
  • 18:00 Monday to Friday 
  • 10:00 Saturday 
  • 11:00 Sunday
 
PRAYER & DEVOTIONS

06:30 - Morning Prayer

 

12:45 - Midday Prayer, Child Jesus & St. Michael Protection prayers

18:00 - Mass live from Clergy House

19:00 - Evening Prayer (18:30 on Fridays)

20:50 - Night Prayer (21:00 on Fridays)

21:00 - Rosary (as requested by Pope Francis)

The St Andrew Community lead each of these (except the Mass, of course) onYouTube

DRIVE BY CONFESSIONS

12:00 - 13:00 - Monday to Friday
10:30 - 12:30 - Saturdays

If you should be out doing your shopping or excercise, you can Drive By the Cathedral car park for Confession. Those in cars can park by the hourse door and stay in their car. Those on foot can stand outside with the priest inside, keeping social distancing.

 

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    Keeping Our Eucharistic Faith Alive:
    Nine Thursdays Retreat

 

 

You can light a Virtual Prayer Candle here which will serve as a symbol of your sincere and prayerful intention.

 

               Baptism

Baptism

              Funerals

Funeral

              Adoration
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             Children

Children

              Schools

Schools

               Music

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           Confirmation

Confirmation

                  Halls

Hall Booking

                  Youth

              Marriage

Marriage

                Join Us

Join Us

          Virtual Candle

       Reconciliation

Reconciliation

           Volunteering

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                Visiting

Visiting the Sick

               Giving

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If you'd like to follow the Mass and make the appropriate responses but are unsure of the words, you can download the ‘Order of Mass’ in the right hand margin of this page. You'll also find links here to the Readings at Mass and Morning and Evening Prayer.

 

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Returning To Church
Returning to Church
Prayer Resources
Prayer Resources

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Readings at Mass

Morning Prayer

Evening Prayer


Remedial Work to the Cathedral

In September 2016 the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) awarded the Cathedral with a grant to cover “Essential & Urgent Repair Works”. The grant covered not only repairs to the roof areas but also to the drainage/water disposal and wood work around all the elevations of the Cathedral and adjoining buildings.

This link will take you to a gallery of pictures which give some idea of the extent of the work which has been carried out to date.


Parish Safeguarding


News From the Diocese

May 31st
Bishop Hugh Gilbert OSB homily at online Mass for Pentecost: FULL TEXT On Pentecost day in Jerusalem, as described by the 1st reading, the sound of a wind filled the room where the disciples were, tongues of fire appeared above them and they were filled w…
May 31st
Sr Margaret Atkins, Boarbank Hall has written a reflection on COVID and its consequences. It is available to download and read: Sr Margaret Atkins – COVID Danger & Opportunity  
May 31st
The Dominican Sisters will be leading a live-stream Rosary at 14:00, today for the Pentecost Sunday National Rosary Rally. The live-stream is available on this page, on St Sylvester’s Facebook page and on the Dominican Sisters Website. You are warml…

Useful Links

Polish Chaplaincy in Aberdeen

Nazareth Diocesan youth website

Diocese of Aberdeen Website

Light of the North Diocesan magazine

Catholic answers to explain and defend the faith

Understanding the Scriptures free podcast

LifeSiteNews.com dedicated to issues of culture, life, and family

The St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology