Quo Vadis, Thursday evenings (S6+ / age 17+)
Palm Sunday, 13th April (P6+ / age 10+)
Study Away Day, 26th April (S4+ / age 14+)
One Way Day: Glasgow Catholic Youth Festival, 17th May (S3+ / age 13+)
- 13th March: The problem of pain
- 20th March: Called to greatness
- 27th March: Romance without regret
- 3rd April: Extreme makeover: soul edition
On 3rd April there will also be the opportunity to celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation – such a good way to experience God’s grace this Lent.
Come along and live Lent well - and bring a friend!
Palm Sunday - national youth Mass for World Youth Day
Young people from P6+ are coming together from all over Scotland to celebrate WYD 2014 together in Perth! Will you be there?
Booking is essential!
Music | Catechesis | Procession | Mass | Social
If there's enough interest we can book direct coach travel for only £10 per person - leaving St. Andrew's Cathedral at 1pm and returning about 8pm.
Cheques to be made payable to "Archdiocese of Glasgow" and returned as soon as possible. Get your booking form in the downloads tab.
Study Away Day
Come away for a day to beautiful St. Kessog’s parish on the shores of Loch Lomond to refresh and revise.
Bring your books, or leave them behind: it’s up to you!
There’ll be quiet space to study, as well as arty activities, games, and guided walks.
This is a free day from 10am-7pm, including a simple lunch and vigil Mass.
Booking essential - contact Rachel Romain at the youth office:
email@example.com or 0141 433 9521.
One Way Day: Glasgow Catholic Youth Festival
Which way? What is truth? How do I live the life? – come and see!
Mass, catechesis, music, workshops, reconciliation, prayer… presented by the Youth Pastoral Team and NET ministries.
One Way Day takes place from 10am-7pm on Saturday 17th May in the Eyre Hall (next to St. Andrew’s Cathedral) - doors open at 9.30am. Tickets are free but you must register: go to the downloads tab to get yours!