Parishes and Mass Times

On this site you will find Mass times and information about the parishes and clergy within our Archdiocese.

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Archive of Archbishop's Speeches

View the archive of speeches and letters.

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You can now donate online to your Parish or Fund of choice within the Archdiocese of Glasgow.

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Archbishop's first Easter Message

The Lord has risen from the dead, alleluia. The Easter message is joyful: for the pain and sadness at the death of Jesus is replaced by the joy of new life as Jesus is raised from the dead.

The Easter message is hopeful: for it reassures us that life follows death, that pain and sorrow will be overcome, and that the troubles we face in this life will not last and do not compare with the joy that God has in store for us.

May those who are suffering at this time, those with family, health, or financial worries, those throughout the world whose lives are devastated by the horror of war, find hope in the death and resurrection of Jesus.

May there be peace in our world and may the joy of the risen Christ fill our hearts.

+William Nolan, Archbishop of Glasgow

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Flourish Newspaper

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The award winning Flourish newspaper is the official full colour monthly newspaper for the Archdiocese of Glasgow.

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Archdiocese of Glasgow Arts Project

AGAP

The Archdiocese of Glasgow Arts Project exists to help people explore, express and celebrate faith through the arts.

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Pastoral Care Fund

St-Nicholas

The Pastoral Care Trust/St Nicholas Care Fund was set up in 1992 to mark the 500th anniversary of the Archdiocese of Glasgow.

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