St Vincent de Paul
The Parish of St Vincent de Paul is located in East Kilbride and is part of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Motherwell.
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With the first minister’s announcement today we have to with great regret once more close the church for public masses and private prayer with the exception of funerals. This will take apply from today.
Letter to the Faithful from Bishop Toal
The Bishop’s Conference of Scotland Pastoral Ministry Working Group has been giving some consideration to various ways of facilitating access to online resources to support those who are unable to attend their local parish church during these times. The Being Catholic website some resources that can be used in different pastoral settings: prayers and devotions, catechesis talks and a youth section.
The Holy Father has proclaimed a “Year of Saint Joseph” from today, 8 December 2020, to 8 December 2021.
Each year, in June, the Diocese holds its annual Finance and General Purposes Meeting, to which representatives from the Finance Committees of all the parishes in the Diocese are invited.
As you are aware the Scottish Government Covid framework has been published this week and the good news for us is that it does not envi9sion completely closing our churches at any of the proposed levels, although there are further limits on numbers at level 4. Please see the diagram below:
We are revising, IN GOD’S IMAGE the Safeguarding Policy Manual of the Catholic Church in Scotland.
St Vincent de Paul East KilbrideThe Parish of St Vincent dePaul is located in East Kilbride and is part of the Roman Catholic Diocese of...
About our Parish
St. Vincent de Paul was born to a poor peasant family in the French village of Pouy on April 24, 1581. His first formal education was provided by the Franciscans. He did so well, he was hired to tutor the children of a nearby wealthy family. He used the monies he earned teaching to continue his formal studies at the University of Toulose where he studied theology.
There are some excellent Internet resources to keep people informed about what is happening across our society from a Catholic perspective such as the Catholic Parliamentary Office.