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Mass Times | Amannan Aifrinn

 

St. Maolrubha's  Broadford   6pm - Saturday - Vigil Mass

 

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

Gospel: John 20:19-31 "My Lord and My God" Today we celebrate the Feast of Divine Mercy!

To Saint Faustina Our Lord said:

"I desire that the Feast of Mercy be a refuge and shelter for all souls, and especially for poor sinners. On that day the very depths of My tender mercy are open. I pour out a whole ocean of graces upon those souls who approach the fount of My mercy. The soul that will go to confession and receive Holy Communion shall obtain complete forgiveness of sins and punishment. On that day all the divine floodgates through which graces flow are opened." (Diary, 699).

 

This day we celebrate the richness, meaning, participation in and application of God's mercy for us.

This day we cry out with St. Thomas: "My Lord and My God" (Jn 20:28).

This is the day the Lord has made:

This is the day of Atonement described in the Old Testament (Lev 16 and Sirach 50). But now the Blood of Jesus is sprinkled on the mercy seat. Now Jesus, the scapegoat and lamb of God, has taken our sins. Now we are cleansed in the blood of Jesus!

 

This is the day of the covenant.

On the eighth day of resurrection, the octave day, we celebrate God's solemn commitment, His covenant of merciful love. We ratify the covenant of mercy by receiving the Body and Blood, soul and divinity of Our Lord Jesus Christ in the Eucharist.

This is the day we celebrate God's mercy!

His mercy is infinite! His mercy is greater than sin, than evil, than suffering, than death! In His mercy we have victory, salvation and eternal life.

Today is the day of mercy!

A day to turn to the Lord and plunge ourselves into the infinite ocean of His mercy. Today is the day to immerse our family and friends into the ocean of mercy by our prayers for them. Today is the day to tell Jesus we love Him and give our lives to Him and say that we trust Him. Today and everyday we cry out to Him: Jesus, I Trust in You!

Today is the day of mercy!

Even if our sins be as red as scarlet, they will be made white as wool if we but turn to His infinite mercy and trust Him. Today is the great day of atonement. He is waiting for us with a heart burning with love and mercy, ready to forgive and to embrace us - if we but take the step to turn to Him and cry: "Jesus! Mercy! Jesus, I Trust in You!"

 

This day is a day of new purification, new beginnings, like a new baptism.

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