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The inaugural meeting of the Gaelic society of the Catholic Church will take place on July 13 in St John the Baptist, Uddingston, near Glasgow. It will commence with a Gaelic Mass at 12.30pm followed by a bring-and-share lunch. At around 2pm will follow the formal meeting in the church hall. The address is: 136 Lower Millgate, Uddingston, Glasgow G71 7AH.

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Feast of St. Anne - 26th July 2019. This year in St. Anne's Church, Whitevale St. Dennistoun, there will be a Novena to St. Anne starting on Wednesday 17th July with 7pm Mass. Novena prayers will then be said each morning Mass, at 9:30am. The Novena will conclude with Mass on Friday 26th July at 7pm. All welcome.

The Archdiocese of Glasgow is deeply disappointed at the decision of the Scottish Government not to take the former St Peter’s Seminary into state ownership.

This building has been widely praised, and was even named as Scotland's greatest post-war building by the architecture magazine Prospect.

For 40 years the Archdiocese has been pro-active in trying to find a new use for the building, co-operating with developers and planners to find a way forward. Every project has failed due to costs or planning restrictions.

As the traditional marching season reaches its busiest month it is important that people of all faiths and none show good will and common sense to overcome tensions.

The Archdiocese of Glasgow acknowledges the right of any group or organisation to parade in accordance with the law.

We recognise too the wisdom of Sheriff Stuart Reid’s recent determination that "the right to freedom of expression is not an unrestricted right on particular grounds."

The preferred solution of the Archdiocese of Glasgow is that marches be scheduled at times and along routes which do not cause difficulties or create anxiety for parishioners attending their local church.

We trust the police and the local authorities will ensure that safety and public order are paramount when deciding on applications to parade.

Renovation works during July and the abolition of the Tier 5 Visas means that Sunday evening Mass at 5.30pm will be suspended. Mass will stop on 30 June and recommence on 1 September 2019. 

Important appeal. New UK immigration rules will prevent foreign priests travelling to help out in our parishes this summer. We ask you to act now.

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