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Mass Times | Amannan Aifrinn

 

St. Maolrubha's  Broadford  3pm -Sunday

3pm Sunday from 12th November 2017 to 25th March 2018

 

St. Mary's  Portree                  10am - Sunday Mass

 

St. Duthac's  Dornie               12.45pm - Sunday Mass

Sacrament of Reconciliation

The Sacrament of Reconciliation is available before and after Mass and upon request.

Welcome | Fàilte ...

...to the website of the Catholic Church in the Isle of Skye. Our parish consists of two churches: St. Mary's in Portree and St. Maolrubha's in Broadford.

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We hope this website will bring together all who attend both churches and be of help to the many visitors we warmly welcome to the island.

Holydays of Obligation

St. Mary's  Portree                 7pm - Vigil  Mass

St. Duthac's  Dornie                6pm - on the Feastday

St. Maolrubha's  Broadford     7:30pm -on the Feastday

 

Weekday Masses

Different every week. See current newsletter

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Respect for God and for his ways inclines us to humility and to simplicity of heart - the willing readiness to seek the one true good who is God himself.

 

What is the nature of true humility and why should we embrace it as essential for our lives? We can easily mistake humility as something demeaning or harmful to our sense of well-being and feeling good about ourselves.

 

True humility is not feeling bad about yourself, or having a low opinion of yourself, or thinking of yourself as inferior to all others. True humility frees us from preoccupation with ourselves, whereas a low self-opinion tends to focus our attention on ourselves.

 

Humility is truth in self-understanding and truth in action. Viewing ourselves honestly, with sober judgment, means seeing ourselves the way God sees us (Psalm 139:1-4)