Today we celebrate Pope St Leo the great.

Pope St Leo the great is know for fighting to preserve Christian unity and for upholding key elements of the churches teaching such as that Jesus was both human and divine. He was also the first to be given the title of “the great”

Pope Benedict XVI said the papacy of St Leo “was undoubtedly one of the most important in church history”.


Monthly Update

02Nov20

Can you believe it’s November already.

October was another busy month for us!!!

Here’s a wee look at what we gave out last month


On this the 53rd anniversary of the passing of the abortion act. We pray for an end to abortion, for all the children who have lost their lives and for anyone who has been affected by an abortion decision.


Today we celebrate the memorial of St John Paul II.

We honour him today and give thanks: it’s his encyclical, the Gospel of Life (Evangelium Vitae) that we’re named after, and he and Cardinal Winning are the inspiring figures behind our vision and way of life.“every gesture of his, every word, every choice he made always had a much deeper value and left a mark,” Pope Francis

St John Paul II, pray for us


Check out this cool video of a baby jumping in the womb !!!


This month’s Pro-Life Mass is on Wednesday, 21st October at 7.30pm.

We were really encouraged by the attendance last time, and want to thank you for your continued support, either by coming along or praying for the cause with us.

This month the Mass will be held in Holy Cross church in Crosshill (113 Dixon Ave, G42 8ER). The door will be open from 7pm.

All the usual guidelines for public mass will be followed so please bring your mask with you.


Pro-Life Mass

15Oct20

This month’s Pro-Life Mass is on Wednesday, 21st October at 7.30pm.

We were really encouraged by the attendance last time, and want to thank you for your continued support, either by coming along or praying for the cause with us.

This month the Mass will be held in Holy Cross church in Crosshill (113 Dixon Ave, G42 8ER). The door will be open from 7pm.

All the usual guidelines for public mass will be followed so please bring your mask with you.


Why not check out this wonderful live streamed Mass for the centenary of the Apostleship of the sea.
Click on the link below to find out more and to join the Mass via live stream

Stella Maris (Apostleship of the Sea) was founded in October 1920 in Glasgow. This year we are celebrating 100 years of support to seafarers, fishers, and their families around the world. To mark the beginning of our centenary year we are holding a live-streamed Mass celebrated by Archbishop Philip Tartaglia of Glasgow.

Date: October 4th
Time: 3pm (BST)

https://www.stellamaris.org.uk/centenarymassStella Maris (Apostleship of the Sea) was founded in October 1920 in Glasgow. This year we are celebrating 100 years of support to seafarers, fishers, and their families around the world. To mark the beginning of our centenary year we are holding a live-streamed Mass celebrated by Archbishop Philip….


Today we celebrate Our Lady of Sorrows

The suffering of rightly Jesus is front and centre in our faith however it is always worth also paying attention to the suffering of Our Lady.

At Jesus’ crucifixion and death Mary did the only thing she could to help: She was there. She shared in her sons sorrow and pain. In the same way Our Lady shares in our sorrow and is there for us. She is there as a mother to scoop us up and offer us comfort in our grief. By honouring Our Lady of Sorrows we to share in hers.

Our Lady of Sorrows, pray for us.

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This month’s Pro-Life Mass is on Wednesday, 16th September at 7.30pm. We were really encouraged by the attendance last time, our first since lockdown, and want to thank you for your continued support, either by coming along or praying for the cause with us.

This month, and for the foreseeable future, the Mass will be held in Holy Cross church in Crosshill (113 Dixon Ave, G42 8ER). The door will be open from 7pm.

So, please note: the Mass continues to be held on the 3rd Wednesday of every month, but the location has changed.

All the usual guidelines for public mass will be followed so please bring your mask with you.