First major piece of Gothic revivalism in Glasgow, by James Gillespie Graham, 1816. The façade has substantial buttresses either side of the ornate entrance and a statue of St Andrew above the large central window. Following its designation as a cathedral in 1884, the interior was renovated by Pugin & Pugin. Organ was originally in Elgin Place Congregational Church. Extensive restoration, 2009-11.
Saturday Vigil 5.15pm; Sunday Mass 10am, 12noon and 5.15pm; Monday – Saturday (subject to change at holiday periods) Mass 8.15am, 1pm and 5.15pm
Open every day till 6pm
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