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To help you plan ... Ash Wednesday Masses in the Cathedral will be at 8am, 12noon, 1pm and 5.15pm

As a day of fasting and abstinence, Catholics older than 14 are required to abstain from meat. Those aged 18-60 should also fast (reducing food intake, for example one meal and two snacks ...)

During Lent the liturgical programme of the Cathedral will continue as normal with the exception of Stations of the Cross each Friday at 6pm

"Keep your eyes fixed on the outstretched arms of Christ crucified, let yourself be saved over and over again. And when you go to confess your sins, believe firmly in his mercy which frees you of your guilt..." Pope Francis, Message for Lent 2020. Full text here:

The Catholic Church in Scotland will set aside Friday 28th February 2020 as a Day of Prayer for all who have suffered, or are suffering, from any form of abuse. We pray that survivors of abuse will experience healing, justice and renewal in their lives. We also pray that the Church, which has been scarred by the grave sin of abuse, will, through repentance and reparation, resolve always to protect the young and the vulnerable.

The holy season of Lent begins this year on Wednesday 26th February. On this day ashes will be distributed at all Masses: 8am, 12noon, 1pm and 5:15pm. This day (and Good Friday) is a day of Fasting and Abstinence – Catholics older than 14 are required to abstain from flesh meat and those from 18 – 60 should fast: i.e. only one meal and two snacks, which are less than a normal meal.

During Lent, the Cathedral’s programme of Masses, Confessions and events will continue as normal, but there will also be Stations of the Cross on Friday evenings at 6pm.


The Holy Father Francis has published his much-anticipated document "Querida Amazonia" - the opening words like those of a letter "Dear Amazonia". It is a powerful and poetic read, tackling everything from climate change to ministry within the Church. You can read the full document here ...…/papa-francesco_esortazione-ap_20200...

It is beautifully summarised in its final words - a prayer to Our Lady composed by the Pope:

SCIAF is looking for volunteers to help during Lent. Could you do a short talk about our Wee Box Big change appeal at a parish during Lent? Please contact Louise MacLeod at 0141 354 5555 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to find out more. Thank you.

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