Thu, January 21, 2021

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Funeral Rites for Archbishop Philip Tartaglia 

The Funeral Rites for Archbishop Philip Tartaglia will be celebrated in Saint Andrew's Cathedral, subject to the restrictions that are in place. 
Only 20 of the Archbishop’s closest family and friends will be able to attend and people are asked to comply with the current advice to stay at home and to participate spiritually using the live-streams that will be available and are noted below.
Vigil and Reception of Remains of Archbishop Tartaglia on Wednesday 20th January at 6.30pm - accessible by using this link:
Funeral Mass on Thursday 21st January at 12 noon - accessible by using this link:
Please continue your prayers for the repose of the Archbishop’s soul and for the comfort of his family.




Francis Lynch RIP - Anniversay

Click here for a memoriam to Margaret Lynch  and the Lynch family (Springburn and the USA)

STOP PRESS: Photos from the Ice Bucket Chalenge now here!

Please click here for comments from some of our younger parishioners

Visit our Community tab to see what we've been upto - (photos of Largs trips now online!)

Everyone is always made welcome and taken in to the hearts of our parish community of St. Aloysius, Springburn.

We are a community made up of all ages. Many of our retired parishioners worked in Cowlairs Industrial Plant, which specialised in building locomotives in a bygone era. It's testimony to Springburn workmanship that so many remain today in full working order.

Although, the Catholic people of Springburn were originally composed of people from an Irish or Highland background, in recent years the ethnic make up of our parish has been enriched. Today we can boast a sizeable number of Philipino, Asian, Eastern European and African Mass goers. Many Indian parishioners belong to the ancient Syro-Malabar Rite of Catholicism and we have been priviliged to occasionally celebrate Mass in that Rite over the last few years. We will continue to adapt and change because we are a welcoming people and because God has plans for us.

About Our Activities

Father John McGrath

The social life of our parish is celebrated mostly in our parish hall. We have monthly ladies night dances. Our St. Patrick's Night Dance always attracts parishioners and non-parishioners alike. We have a First Communion party for children and also a Christmas party for them. The hall also has children and adult dancing classing, Tae kwon do martial arts classes, Scottish Slimmers, Weight Watchers and also last, but not least, Bingo on Mondays & Wednesdays 1.30pm - 3pm.

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