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  Parish Name: Saint Andrew's Metropolitan Cathedral
    Clyde Street, Glasgow G1 4JY
  Postal address:

Cathedral House

90 Dunlop Street


  Postcode: G1 4ER
  Tel: 0141 204 2409

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  Parish Priest: Canon Gerald Sharkey PhB STL

Assistant Priests:

Rev Joseph Walsh STL (1978)

     Please check website above for current details.

(Open Monday to Saturday from 7.30am to 6.00pm; Sunday 9.00am to 6.30pm)


Sunday Mass:

Vigil: 5.15pm

Morning: 10.00am, 12.00noon

Evening: 5.15pm



  Weekday Mass: (8.15am), 1.00pm and 5.15pm
  Holy Day of Obligation: 5.15pm (Vigil); 8.00am, 12 noon, 1.00pm and 5.15pm

Mon-Fri (except Holy Days): 7.45am-7.55am; 12.30pm-1.00pm;  4.45pm-5.10pm

Saturday: 7.45am-7.55am; 12noon-1.00pm; 4.00pm-5.15pm  


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