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Holy Week Services

Monday 30th March
Mass 7.30am
Morning Prayer 9.15am
Mass 9.30am followed by Exposition & Confessions Exposition & Confessions 7-7.30pm

Tuesday 31st March
Mass 7.30am
Morning Prayer 9.15am
Mass 9.30am followed by Exposition & Confessions
Stations of the Cross 7pm

Wednesday 1st April
Mass 7.30am
Morning Prayer 9.15am
Mass 9.30am followed by Exposition & Confessions
Mass of Chrism St. Mirin’s Cathedral 7pm
Rosary and Devotions in St Cadoc’s at 7pm

The Sacred Triduum:
Holy Thursday 2nd April
Morning Prayer & Reception of the Sacred Oils 9.30am followed by Confessions
Mass of the Lord’s Supper 7pm
Watching at the Altar of Repose until Night Prayer at 11.45pm

Good Friday 3rd April
A day of fasting and Abstinence
Morning Prayer 9.30am followed by Confessions
Children’s Stations of the Cross and Kissing of the Cross 12noon
Liturgy of the Passion and Kissing of the Cross 3pm
Stations of the Cross and Kissing of the Cross 7pm

Holy Saturday 4th April
Morning Prayer 10am followed by Confessions
The Easter Vigil 8pm

Easter Sunday
Masses at 10am, 12noon and 6.30pm



The Parish

St Cadoc's Catholic Church, Newton Mearns, is located in a leafy suburb on the South Side of the City of Glasgow. It is, however, within the Diocese of Paisley, whose patron saint is St Mirin. The parish is a thriving community with well-attended Masses made up of many young families and more senior parishioners. The Sunday Masses are particularly joyful with lots of young people and children. Our church is home to people from many different nationalities. We aim to reflect this diversity by having the flags of the nations represented by our parishioners and by words of welcome in their own language. We know that we have had visitors to our site from eighty-four countries and we would happily recognise those countries if they are not already represented. So, please feel free to contact us and give us words of welcome in your language. To you all, our warmest welcome is extended whether from a nearby parish, another part of the country, or from across the world. We hope you find a welcome place of quiet and that you will enjoy your visit to our parish and to our website.

 

The Wisdom of St Cadoc

Without knowledge, no God.
No man is the son of knowledge if he is not also the son of poetry.
The best of attitudes is humility;
the best of occupations, work;
the best of sentiments, pity;
the best of cares, justice;
the best of pains, that which a man takes to make peace;
the best of sorrows, sorrow for sin;
the best of characters, generosity.
Truth is the elder daughter of God.
No man loves poetry without
loving the light,
nor light without truth,
nor truth without loving God.
The best of patriots is the man who tills the soil.
No man is pious who is not cheerful.
There is no king like him who is king of himself.
Loving is Heaven; hatred is Hell.
Conscience is the eye of God in the soul of man

 

 

 

 

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