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      • October 25, 2014
        November is the month when we pray for all of the faithful departed, family, friends, brother Priests and Religious, and those with nobody to pray for them. I commend to you the practice of the November Lists and of celebrating a Parish Mass for those who have died over the past year. Bishop John invites you to join him in celebrating Mass at St Conval’s Cemetery, Barrhead on Sunday 2nd November at 2pm, to pray for the Holy Souls, but also to pray for the faithful and clergy who are buried in the Cemetery.
      • Bishop John will be celebrating Mass for all the faithful who are buried in in Hawkhead Cemetery on Sunday 9th November at 2pm
    • Calendar
      • Nov 3 - Dec 31, 2014
        Forthcoming Interments within St. Conval's Cemetery
      • Dec 28, 2014
        Carols at Christmas in St. Mirin's Cathedral, for all the family.
      • Dec 28, 2014
        Monthly Youth Event presented in January by the Salesian Sisters.
      • Dec 31, 2014
        The pilot recycle scheme currently within the cemetery will come to an end on 31st December and we would like to thank everyone for their co-operation whilst the scheme was running - it has provided the staff with valuable information on the need for recycling and we have decide that the scheme is not practical and it will be with drawn. Thank you for your assistance. For any questions please call the cemetery office.
      • Apr 12, 2015
        The Cemetery Mass is held twice a year for all of those who have been buried within the cemetery grounds. All family and friends are very welcome to come and celebrate mass for their loved ones.
    • 1 + 1 >2

      ONE + ONE IS GREATER THAN TWO

       Open to young men & women from across the Diocese interested in building up the Church and looking at how they can help.



      Please register your interest by emailing curia@rcdop.org.uk or liking the Facebook Page: Diocese of Paisley Vocations.

    • Bishop John's Exhortation at the End of His Episcopal Ordination
      At the end of his words of thanks at his Ordination, Bishop John gave some words that express his hope as he begins his ministry as Bishop of Paisley

    • Get to know our new Bishop
      This video was played in St. Mirin's Cathedral before Bishop John's Ordination. It give an insight into his life as a priest, the people who have influenced him and joy of his ministry. Some students from Turnbull Hall also speak about his 14 years as Chaplain to Glasgow University

       
    • Bishop John's Ordination

      On Wednesday evening, 19th March, the Solemnity of St. Joseph, Patron of the Universal Church, Bishop John Keenan, our new bishop,  was ordained by Archbishop Philip Tartaglia, Archbishop Leo Cushley and Bishop John Mone. 

      The numbers wishing to attend had been anticipated to be very high indeed. With a full Cathedral and with extra provision in the Cathedral halls and at Arena at the Lagoon Centre, a congregation of over 2,000 people participated in the Mass of Ordination. 







    • Welcome

      Welcome to the website of the Diocese of Paisley. The Diocese was established in 1947 to serve the Roman Catholic Community within Inverclyde, Renfrewshire & East Renfrewshire (excluding Thornliebank). Although a small Diocese in geographical terms, the Diocese serves an eighth of the Catholic population in Scotland. Our Bishop is Rt. Rev. John Keenan, the fifth Bishop of Paisley. His Episcopal Ordination took place in St. Mirin's Cathedral on 19th March 2014.

    • Vocations

      Is God be calling you to the Priesthood?

       
      If you feel that God may be calling you to the Priesthood please come along to our new program of monthly meetings designed to help men to discern their vocation. Monthly meetings of catechesis, prayer and fraternity will begin on Friday 14th November. For more details please contact Fr. John Morrison on 01475 720223 or e-mail johnmorrison1976@gmail.com.

       

      A Scotsman in Rome



      If you would like to know more about what life is like for a seminarian then follow the blog of one of our seminarian's, Ryan Black, who studies at The Scots College in Rome. Click on the photo above to visit his blog
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      Enquiries to treasurer@rcdop.org.uk