Roman Catholic Diocese of Aberdeen

Coronavirus Update:

Communal Worship has resumed. Social distancing, the wearing of face coverings and hand sanitising remain in place. See individual parishes for details regarding opening and/or booking pews.

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    Daily Mass Online

    Although churches have re-opened, restrictions remain in place so various parishes continue to stream services online. This list is by no means exhaustive, please check with individual parishes if they […]

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    Homily for the 15th Sunday of Ordinary Time (Sea Sunday)

    This is a timely Gospel. In it Jesus sends the Twelve out on mission – for the first time. He summons them to himself, sends them out two by two […]

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    Homily for the Feast of our Lady of Aberdeen

    “Woman, behold, your son” (Jn 19:26). On the Cross, our Lord gave to his mother the disciple he loved, the one closest to him. In doing that, he opened the […]

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    Ordination of Deacon Malachy Eze and Deacon Chris Doig

    Please remember in your prayers Deacons Christopher Doig and Malachy Eze who will be ordained to the priesthood by Bishop Hugh Gilbert in St Mary’s Cathedral this Friday, 16th July […]

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    Homily for the 14th Sunday of Ordinary Time

    In July 1974, I was visiting Pluscarden Abbey, and the readings were those of today. The monk who was celebrating preached on the line in the 2nd reading, 2 Corinthians […]

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    Homily for 12th Sunday of Ordinary Time

    “The love of Christ overwhelms us”, says St Paul is today’s 2nd reading. He is talking about Christ’s love for us, shown in his self-giving on the Cross. His talking […]

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    Homily for the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity

    In a poem, John Keats imagines the first Europeans to discover the Pacific Ocean. He’s thinking of the 16th c. Spanish conquistadores, Cortez and his men. They don’t even know […]

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    Aberdeen City – RC Religious Education for Secondary School Pupils

    In August of this year, Aberdeen City Council will be continuing its programme of Catholic Religious Education for pupils of its secondary schools.

     

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