Monthly Archive: March 2014

Mar 22

Two bishops at St. Mary’s Lenten service

St Mary’s Church was almost full to capacity for Friday night’s Station Mass.   During Lent, Catholics visit churches throughout their deanery to attend Station Masses which generally attract large attendances.   The Station Mass at St Mary’s – the second of Lent – was led by the Rt Rev Hugh Gilbert, OSB, Bishop of Aberdeen. …

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Mar 09

Highland Foodbank

For almost a year, St. Mary’s has been pleased to assist the Highland Foodbank by collecting and donating food.  Plans are now underway to open a Foodbank Centre in Nairn, and Blythswood Care are delighted with the positive response from the Nairn community to see this happen.    In line with this development, the Organisation section of …

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Mar 09

Dominican Sisters of Saint Cecilia – March Newsletter

Since their arrival at Greyfriars Convent Elgin last August, the Dominican Sisters have become very involved in our Diocese, organising Retreats, Children and Youth events, a Regular Daily Prayer Schedule, Daily Adoration, Spiritual Events and much, much more.  We have added a link to their Website on the right side of our homepage to help you keep up to …

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Mar 01

Catholic Heritage Day for Teenagers

Catholic Heritage Day for Teenagers   This event is being held in conjunction with the diocesan celebration for the Feast of St John Ogilvie. It is open to all, yet the presentation on the life of St John Ogilvie will be geared toward the teenagers. Location: St Thomas Church – Chapel Street, Keith AB55 5AL …

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