We Are Still Here

The parish is OPEN!


Although we do not yet have Masses with a physical congregation, you can visit the church for private prayer and take part in the life of the parish online.

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Monday to Friday:  10 am to 1 pm    7 pm to 10 pm
Saturday:              11 am to  2 pm    7 pm to 10 pm
Sunday:                         1 pm to  4 pm

To be able to enter the church for personal prayer you will need to:

  • Wear a face mask
  • Sanitise your hands as you enter and leave (stations are provided at the entrance to the church)
  • Keep social distancing. To help you with this we have:
    • A one-way system in place for doors and aisles
    • Designated places on benches
  • Sanitise your seat before leaving (wipes will be provided – if these are not available then volunteers will do this)

Volunteers will be placed at the door and inside the church to:

  • ensure face masks are worn
  • show you to a place
  • sanitise the seat if you are unable to do this yourself


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

As we move from prayer in the St Andrew Community chapel to the main church we shall attempt to bring you live-stream adoration, though it may take a little time to organise. Please bear with us.


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

In order to maintain social distancing this takes place in the Cathedral car park by the house door.


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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
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Prayer Resources

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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.

Parish Safeguarding

News From the Diocese

July 9th
Scotland’s Catholic Bishops have welcomed the First Minister’s comments today (Thursday 9 July) on places of worship and have announced the resumption of communal worship in Catholic parishes from 15 July. Commenting on the move, the President…
July 6th
I once actually saw a fisherman by the lake of Galilee casting a net into the sea. A biblical moment. In due time, he would have drawn that net back ashore. This is the kind of thing Peter did in his young days. Where are we in the liturgical year? A litt…
July 5th
One of the saints of this diocese is John Ogilvie, born in Keith in 1580 and martyred in Glasgow in 1615. He lived at a time of ferocious controversy between Catholics and Protestants. It came to war in some places; it came to arguments everywhere. They w…

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