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A former member of Ss Peter and Paul’s, Dundee, and a former teacher in St Vincent’s Primary in the city, Deacon Ronnie Campbell, will be ordained to the priesthood this coming Tuesday in his home parish of St Mary, Star of the Sea, Benbecula, by Bishop Brian McGhee, for the Diocese of Argyll and the Isles. Ronnie has been studying …
The boys and girls who made their First Holy Communion, at St Bride’s, Monifieth, gathered for a photo their parish priest, Mgr Aldo Angelosanto.
Parish Priest Fr Johney Raphael, St Clement’s, Dundee, together with the lovely children from the parish who attend Children’s Liturgy.
First Holy Communion day was a little extra special for one young parishioner at Ss Peter & Paul’s, Dundee. In the same church, exactly 70 years ago, Murray Hogg’s great grandmother, Greta, celebrated her own First Holy Communion – and she has the certificate to prove it! Murray presented his great-gran with a special bouquet as a ‘thank you’ – …
Bishop Stephen with the P& Pupils from Ss Leonard & Fergus Primary School, Dundee following their confirmation Mass in Ss Leonard & Fergus Church.
Bishop Stephen with the P7 children and staff from St Andrew’s Primary School, Dundee following their Confirmation Mass.
An inter-faith cultural event in aid of Mary’s Meals took place in Dundee’s Steeple Church – hosted by St Andrew’s RC Cathedral last Saturday evening. It saw a spectacular gathering of faith groups and young people all in the pursuit of healing, peace and mutual respect. The charity Mary’s Meals was chosen by Claire van Geete, of St Andrew’s, to …
Children from St Clement’s Catholic church Dundee pictured with Bishop Stephen Robson, along with their parish priest Fr Johney Raphael parish priest and Fr Rogi Thomas, after receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation. Photo by Eddie Mahoney
Although, officially, the Feast of St Patrick is not celebrated when it falls on a Sunday – these young parishioners at St Stephen’s Church, Blairgowrie, found that their parish priest, Fr Gregory Umunna, couldn’t resist the temptation pay his own respects to Ireland’s Patron Saint.