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Saint Bride's RC Church, 21 Greenlees Road, Cambuslang, Glasgow G72 8JB

Recent Homilies

  • 11th Sunday of Ordinary Time 2018 (Year B)

    I remember in the year 2014 speaking to you about the sadness that many people felt at the fire which had taken place at the Glasgow School of Art. You will know again that another fire has severely d...
  • Body and Blood of Christ 2018 - Year B

    Many of you will be enthralled by the recent TV adaptation (version) of Sherlock Holmes by the author Arthur Conan Doyle starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman. Each of the episodes has you...
  • Trinity 2018 - Year B

    You cannot but be angry when you hear of the recent shootings of the Israeli army at the border of Gaza and Israel. Many thousands of people were injured and over 60 people died. The incident happened...
  • Pentecost 2018 - Year B

    I wonder if you noticed that there is a problem in today’s readings. If you are looking for an answer to when the Holy Spirit first descends then there appears to be 2 differing stories flagged up in...
  • 7th Sunday of Easter 2018 - Year B

    A curious thing happens in the first reading of today mass. In order to find out who takes the place of Judas amongst the 12 apostles, they simply say a quick prayer and draw lots for it between 2 can...
  • 5th Sunday of Easter 2018 (Year B)

    Its every football fan’s dream to play for the team that you support, especially when you are young. They dream of getting the phone call from the manager asking them if they are free to play on Satur...

Welcome

Welcome to the website of St. Bride’s Catholic Church in Cambuslang.

This site will provide you with a range of information about St Bride’s parish, including its history and up-to-date activities. It is hoped that it will allow people from all walks of life, and those living near and far, to have access to the parish.

The parish was founded in 1878 and the church built in 1901. Since its foundation St Bride's has had a fine reputation as a living community both in the town and in the diocese. I am glad to say that this tradition lives on amongst the people of today.

I hope that all who come to this site, and all who use it regularly, will benefit from what they find here. Who knows what good such a place of meeting could give to people. Maybe it will become more than just a place to find useful information; instead it might be somewhere that is re-visited for helpful thought, prayer and reflection.

I wish to extend a special greeting to people who have been associated with St Bride's in past-times, as parishioners or priests or simply through knowing friends who came here, and to thank you for your contribution to the life of the parish.

I know also that such a site will help people throughout the world, who have previously had a connection to the parish, to renew those bonds and I am delighted that it gives this opportunity.

You are welcome here and you are also welcome to St Bride’s Catholic Church,  which is open from early in the morning till late at night every day.

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Reverend Paul Morton

 

Parish Priest St Bride's Cambuslang

 

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