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Welcome to St Mary Magdalene´s Parish in the Archdiocese of St. Andrews and Edinburgh
Bingham Ave, Edinburgh EH15 3HY, Scotland

 

  Parish Priest Father Jock Dalrymple
Tel: 0131 669 5447
stjohnsandstmarymagdalenes@gmail.com
 
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Sixth Sunday of Easter .

 
 

26th May 2019 Sixth Sunday of Easter
Welcome, If you´re visiting, are new to the area, or just live here, you are most welcome in our sister parishes. We are delighted you have joined us. If you are new to the parish please make yourself known to Fr Jock and ask for details of how to register on the parishes’ roll.

Sunday Masses
Vigil Mass Saturday 6.30pm in St John´s
Sunday Mass at 9.30am in St John´s
Sunday Mass at 11.15am in St Mary Magdalene´s

Weekday Masses in St Mary Magdalene´s
Tuesday Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament 9.25m - 9.55am followed by Mass at 10.00am
Thursday Mass at 7.30pm Holy Day of Obligation - Ascension of the Lord -- Canon Jim McElroy

Weekday Masses in St John´s
Monday Mass at 10.00am - Albert Bruce
Tuesday Eucharistic Service at 10.00am -
Wednesday Requiem Mass at 10.00am - Alex Hunter
Thursday Mass at 0.00am Holy Day of Obligation - The Ascension of the Lord - David Codling
Friday Masst at 10.00am - Mairi Clunas
Saturday Adoration of the BLessed Sacrament 9.00am - 9.55am followed by Mass at 10.00am - Catherine Halle and then Sacrament of Reconciliation at 10.30am

 
 

St Mary Magdalenes
Readings for Sunday 26th May 2019 6th Sunday of Easter
Readings for the Mass
First Reading Acts 15: 1-2, 22-29
Responsorial Psalm 66: 2-3, 5-6, 8
Response:.Let the peoples praise you,O God; let all the peoples praise you.
Second Reading Apocalypse 21: 10 -14, 22-23
Sunday Gospel John 14: 23 - 29

 
     
 

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SAFEGUARDING

Safeguarding is -Scottish Catholic Safeguarding Service - a duty that is rooted in the message of Jesus and in the mission of the Church. The Catholic Church in Scotland aspires to the highest standards with regard to the care and protection of children and vulnerable adults, and actively promotes justice for, and provides assistance to, those who have been abused.
Safeguarding information -
www.scsafeguarding.org.uk/

 
 

Why not visit the website of St John´s Portobello - our sister parish
www.stjohnsportobello.co.uk/

 
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