St Andrews Cathedral Glasgow
About St Andrews Cathedral Glasgow
St Andrew's is the Cathedral Church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Glasgow.
Daily Mass at 8.15am, 1pm and 5.15pm.
Sunday Mass: Vigil, 5.15pm; 10am; 12noon, 5.15pm.
Built in 1816, is seen in a new light since its restoration, completed in April 2011.
Visitors remark on the brightness, the colour, the space... a much-loved church restored to the people of Glasgow and welcoming all who come to visit. The artwork and the imaginative cloister garden all enhance this sacred space.
The Cloister Garden, with its own entrance from Clyde Street, invites the visitor to read the story of the Archdiocese and the Cathedral; walk among the mirrored plinths and reflect on words of inspiration from Scripture and literature.
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