Sacred Heart Edinburgh

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This photo from Sacred Heart Church in Edinburgh shows the Jesuit community providing our own special contribution to the Thursday evening salute to the NHS.There are seven us in residence living as faithfully as we can our apostolic mission in spite of lockdown: celebrating Mass and praying each day for those who are suffering and for those who are helping to relieve the suffering, reaching out to parishioners, to friends and family and to fellow Jesuits around the world with messages of...
On the feast of St Joseph we celebrated the last public Mass at the Sacred Heart Church in Edinburgh.This followed the announcement by the Bishops of Scotland to suspend public Masses due to the coronavirus outbreak. During his homily, Fr William Pearsall SJ, spoke of St Joseph as the patron saint of changed plans. This reflection was appropriate as in the subsequent days Fr William and I developed a number of plans to reach out to our parishioners and as further restrictions were placed by the...
Yesterday the Edinburgh Jesuit community hosted an important book launch in association with SCIAF (Scottish Catholic International Aid Fund) and the Archbishop Romero Trust. The book is a compilation of Archbishop Romero's Homilies subtitled A Theological and Pastoral Analysis by Fr Thomas Greenan.The event was attended by Fr Greenan, his family, the Archbishop Romero Trust’s Chair, Julian Filochowski, and over a hundred members of the public from a wide range of backgrounds.This first English...
Sacred Heart Church in Edinburgh bids farewell to Peter Scally SJ, who has been in the parish for ten years and assuming the role of parish priest for the last seven.Fr Peter leaves the community on the feast of St Ignatius, 31st July, to become lead chaplain at Manchester Universities' Catholic chaplaincy, which is run by the Jesuits . A big farewell celebration was organised yesterday for the occasion.A memorable service took place at Sacred Heart, with the parish choir accompanying the mass...
Magi on camels
An experience of Taize Style PrayerSacred Heart Church, EdinburghThree Mondays during Advent - also on 4th & 11th DecemberPrepare yourself for Christmas by experiencing faith through music, silence and reflection. All are welcome whether you want to stay for the hour or just pop in to say a prayer and light a candle.For more information contact Andrew at pastoral@lauriston.org.uk or 0131 229 9821.
Magi on camels
An experience of Taize Style PrayerSacred Heart Church, EdinburghThree Mondays during Advent - also on 4th & 18th DecemberPrepare yourself for Christmas by experiencing faith through music, silence and reflection. All are welcome whether you want to stay for the hour or just pop in to say a prayer and light a candle.For more information contact Andrew at pastoral@lauriston.org.uk or 0131 229 9821. 
Magi on camels
An experience of Taize Style PrayerSacred Heart Church, EdinburghThree Mondays during Advent - also on 11th & 18th DecemberPrepare yourself for Christmas by experiencing faith through music, silence and reflection. All are welcome whether you want to stay for the hour or just pop in to say a prayer and light a candle.For more information contact Andrew at pastoral@lauriston.org.uk or 0131 229 9821. 
Vision of St John the Evangelist C15 Unknown painter Wikimedia Commons
An experience of visual contemplation exploring the Lenten Johannine Gospels.Led by Patricia Carroll, Director of Pastoral Resources. Taking place in the Sacred Heart Church Large Hall, from 7pm-9pm on Thursday 2nd, 9th & 16th March.To book a place on the retreat please contact Andrew Cassidy or call 0131 229 9821.Free Retreat, Donations welcome. 
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Burn's Supper at the Sacred Heart:All are welcome to attend our Burn's Supper on Friday 27th January, 6.15pm in the hall.Tickets are £6 for adults and £4 for young people of school age.Included are haggis, neeps & tatties, tea/coffee, shortbread, poems, music & dancing.There will also be a raffle with all proceeds going to St Catherine's Homeless Project.Tickets on sale after the 10.45am Mass this weekend or by contacting pastoral@lauriston.org.uk 

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