History

…rn tradition says on the shore in Fife near Culross where the ruins of St. Mungo’s chapel are supposed to mark the spot. At Culross he was brought up by St. Serf and trained for the priesthood. Mungo left St. Serf and came to Carnock in Stirlingshire from where he accompanied the corpse of a holy man, Fergus, which was carried on a cart by two untamed oxen. They stopped at St. Ninian’s burial ground in Cathures where Fergus was buried. The Blacade…

History

…rn tradition says on the shore in Fife near Culross where the ruins of St. Mungo’s chapel are supposed to mark the spot. At Culross he was brought up by St. Serf and trained for the priesthood. Mungo left St. Serf and came to Carnock in Stirlingshire from where he accompanied the corpse of a holy man, Fergus, which was carried on a cart by two untamed oxen. They stopped at St. Ninian’s burial ground in Cathures where Fergus was buried. The Blacade…

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Music

…site of Glasgow Cathedral for well over a millennium, from the days of St Mungo in the 7th Century. From this point onwards, music has been a part of worship, even though the Cathedral in its current form was only completed in the 12th century. As the political and religious landscape has changed over the years, so has the music. Beginning with monastic chants and then early polyphony sung by the Vicars Choral, at the time of the Reformation musi…

Times of Services

…oly Communion Services The Epiphany (6 January) 11.00am St Kentigern’s (St Mungo’s) Day (13 January) 11.00am Ash Wednesday 11.00am 6th March 2019 Maundy Thursday 8:00 pm 18th April 2019 The Ascension Day 11.00am 30th May Pentecost 11:00am 19th June St Luke’s Day (18th October) 11:00 am All Saints’ Day (1 November) 11.00am St Andrew’s Day (30 November) 11.00am When desired, Holy Communion will be celebrated privately in members’ homes or in hospita…

On The death of Archbishop Tartaglia

…Although consolation is found in the Christian faith the sudden death of Archbishop Tartaglia brings sadness to his friends and colleagues at Glasgow Cathedral. His passing on the 13th Day of January 2021, when we remembered the city’s Patron Saint St Mungo, gives cause to commend the work and ministry exercised by Philip in this city and beyond. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and the Church Community of the Archdiocese of Glasgow….