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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.

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...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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Parish News

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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The parables say something to us on many levels. They tell us something about ourselves and about God; they also reflect realities of the world around us and the culture we live in. In today’s parable we find out something about the inclusiveness of God’s invitation to live with him always, now and into eternity.


People are invited to the banquet of God; some come, some do not. The story goes further that everyone at the crossroads was invited. In the culture of the time the crossroads was where people of all backgrounds gathered, like the village pump in Ireland. The invitation to those at the crossroads is the invitation to all God’s people.


It is also the invitation to each of us at crossroads in our own life. Whenever we are in crisis, in trouble, stuck at a crossroads to make a decision, God is nearby, part of our life’s process, offering the good things of a banquet.


As we look around in our lives, we can realise that all of us are invited. The danger of all religion is to narrow it down to ‘people of our own faith’. The people of God is the whole human race; the call is to sit down with God and be prepared  to meet anyone with him.


Lord, may your kingdom come among us everywhere in our world.

Donal Neary SJ


Fr Donal Neary SJ is editor of the Sacred Heart Messenger

28th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year A – October 15, 2017