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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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    Begins Wednesday 25th September from 7.00pm to 9.00pm, Cathedral Main Hall

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    Would you be willing to sponsor a pew for renovation?

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    The Simplyhealth Great Aberdeen Run takes place on Sunday 28th August. Please make sure that you give yourself plenty of time to get to Mass as there will be parking restrictions and road closures.

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    Visit of the Relics of St Thérèse to the Cathedral

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    The Cathedral is taking part in Doors Open Day in Aberdeen this year. Find out more …

 
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Monday

7.00am

12.30pm

Tuesday

7.00am

6.00pm

Wednesday

7.00am

12.30pm

Thursday

7.00am

6.00pm

Friday

7.00am

12.30pm


Saturday

10.00am

5.00pm (Spanish)*

7.00pm (Quiet)**



Sunday

8.00am (Quiet)

11.15am (Solemn)

3.00pm (Polish)

6.00pm (Band)

               

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

** Gospel Choir sings on the first Saturday of the Month

The Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) is available on Tuesday from 5.30pm to 6.00pm and 6.30pm to 7.00pm and Saturday morning from 10.30am and Saturday evening from 6.00pm.

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

 


 

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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.


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News From the Diocese

August 16th
Date: Saturday, 31st August 2019 Mileage: 6 miles Meeting Point: Outside Portsoy Ice Cream Shop (24 Seafield Street, AB45 2QT) Walk Leader: Sabrina  Maguire       Email me Join Uplifting Walks on Saturday 31st August as …
August 9th
You are invited to join St Columba’s Deanery Walk on Saturday 31st August at 14:00. The meeting place is at Our Lady Star of the Sea and St Drostans, Commerce Street, Fraserburgh. The walk starts from the church down to the harbour and along the sho…
August 8th
An Engaging and Inspiring evening by David Wells on living and passing on the Catholic Faith on Friday 20 September 2019, 19:00-21:00 at St Columba’s Church, Culloden, IV2 7PW. Everyone Welcome!  

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