Roman Catholic Diocese of Aberdeen

Coronavirus Updates:

A new lockdown means Places of Worship are temporarily closed for Masses and Private Prayer.

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    Daily Mass Online

    A new lockdown means Places of Worship are temporarily closed for Masses and Private Prayer, various parishes continue to stream services online. This list is by no means exhaustive, please check with the individual […]

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    Station Masses 2021 – Livestreamed

    Usually, during Lent, we would journey to various churches within our Deaneries/Diocese to celebrate the Eucharist and pray the Stations of the Cross together. This year, within these uncertain times, […]

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    No 4: Yes to the Gift, Faith and Conversion

    Homilies on the Kerygma, St Mary’s Cathedral, 3rd Sunday of Lent, 7 March 2021. We come to the 4th of the homilies on the kerygma. God loves us (1) and […]

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    The Good Samaritan

    Catechesis on the parable of the Good Samaritan given by Bishop Hugh Gilbert OSB

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    Lenten Retreat from St Margaret’s Huntly!

    Come Now, Let Us Reason Together (Isaiah 1:18). Join Fr Kingsley and Fr Peter on Saturday 27th March 2021 from 10:30 – 12 noon for an Online Lenten Retreat via […]

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    Episode 4: The Creation (part 1)

    Episode 4 of the ‘Bible Myths Debunked‘ series: Why is the Bible such a difficult book to read?

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    No 3: Jesus Christ, the Son of God

    Homilies on the Kerygma, St Mary’s Cathedral, 2nd Sunday of Lent, 28 February 2021. Today the 2nd Sunday of Lent, we have a glimpse of Christ in his glory on […]

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    Homily for Station Mass

    Both today’s readings speak of fasting. In some languages, Lent is called the “great fast” or simply “fast-time” – the opposite of “breakfast”, “break-fast”. Fasting is part of the Lenten […]

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    No 2: The Dark Side, the Power of Sin

    Homilies on the Kerygma, St Mary’s Cathedral, 1st Sunday of Lent, 21 February 2021. Today, Jesus goes into the desert and meets Satan, enters into combat with Satan and defeats […]

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    Lenten Reading

    In the Benedictine tradition, Lent is an opportunity for reading, and for all that flows from that: meeting other perspectives, slowing down, reflecting and perhaps changing direction. At the beginning […]

     

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