A shrine of the Anglo-Catholic movement in Scotland. The church was mostly built in 1867 but the west end was not completed until 1876 and the Lady Chapel added in 1897, all to designs by Robert Rowand Anderson. Austere Gothic externally but the interior is a magnificently spacious setting for a sumptuous display of furnishings, including an elaborate Spanish pulpit of c.1600, carved and painted altarpieces by William Burges 1867, Hamilton More-Nisbet 1901, and by C E Kempe 1889. Extensive collection of stained glass with windows by Wailes, Clayton & Bell, Kempe, and Sir Ninian Comper. Organ originally by Forster & Andrews, installed in 1992.
Sundays: Low Mass 8.00am, High Mass 11.00am, Exposition, Evening Prayer & Benediction 5.30pm;
Tuesday: Low Mass 5.30pm;
Wednesday: Low Mass 12.30pm;
Thursday: Holy Hour 12.30 – 1.30 pm;
Friday: Low Mass 10.30am;
Saturday: Low Mass & Rosary 12.30pm (1st Saturday in month), Vigil Mass 6.00 pm
Open all year, Wednesday 12.00 noon-2.30pm, Friday 8.00am-12 noon or by arrangement
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